ZIKA DOOMSDAY HOAX UNRAVELS: Predicted ‘explosion’ of brain defects didn’t happen… entire scare campaign was manufactured


ZIKA DOOMSDAY HOAX UNRAVELS: Predicted ‘explosion’ of brain defects didn’t happen… entire scare campaign was manufactured

Thursday, August 04, 2016
by Mike Adams, the Health Ranger
Tags: Zika hoax, brain defects, larvicide chemicals

(NaturalNews) From the very first day Zika hysteria was catapulted into mass awareness, I have correctly called it a massive hoax. My most recently article spells out the real agenda behind the obvious quackery of Zika hysteria. It’s entitled Staged Zika pandemic was engineered by globalist governments to justify the aerial bombardment of awakening populations with toxic chemicals.

Now, the Zika fraud has started to unravel as the Zika doomsday predictions failed to materialize. (How could the predictions be correct in the first place? It was all based on infectious disease quackery and viral voodoo.) “Brazil’s Ministry of Health has launched an investigation into the cluster of babies born with brain defects linked to the Zika virus, after an expected ‘explosion’ of cases across the country did not occur,” reports The Globe and Mail (Canada).

It turns out that even though Zika-carrying mosquitoes spread across Brazil and infected untold millions of people, those infections never translated into neurodevelopmental birth defects (shrunken brains).

The Zika virus alone, in other words, isn’t causing a wave of microcephaly, which is exactly what I’ve been accurately telling everyone since day one.

The sky is falling! Shocking lack of brain deformities baffles all the experts who still won’t admit they were wrong

“The bulk of the cases of congenital Zika syndrome – fetal brain defects that sometimes cause microcephaly, or abnormally small skulls – remain clustered in the northeast region of the country,” reports the astonished Globe and Mail. This defies all the “official” predictions, of course, which warned the world of a doomsday Zika scenario where humans in all the tropical regions of the world would be reduced to babbling, stunted deformed creatures unless we all agreed to be bombarded by aerial pesticide chemicals.

From the Globe and Mail:

“We can see there is a kind of cluster in [part of] the northeast region with high prevalence and high severity, of miscarriage and congenital malformation that is really severe,” said Fatima Marinho, coordinator of epidemiological analysis and information at the ministry.

“But we didn’t find this in other states – even the [adjacent] states didn’t see the same situation as in the epicentre.… We were preparing for an explosion and it didn’t come. “So we started to think that in this central area maybe more than Zika is causing this intensity and severity.”

Note that even now, these scientists still can’t admit they were wrong. They can’t say that Zika has nothing to do with the microcephaly cases. And they most assuredly can’t admit that it was a larvicide chemical dumped into the water supply that caused the neurodevelopmental deformities from the very beginning.

Yet, once again, Zika hysteria dominated the scientifically illiterate media, in much the same way that the climate change hoax also grabs headlines. In both cases, you have the combination of false fear and bad science, amplified by a scientifically illiterate (but politically compliant) mainstream media, and believed by a gullible population of cowardly consumers who fall for every quack science hoax perpetrated on them by dishonest government.

According to quack scientists, mosquitoes conduct “racial profiling” to bite black people of low economic status

To demonstrate how ridiculous the status quo theory is on Zika, consider the fact that the documented microcephaly cases in Brazil appeared predominantly in black Brazilians of low economic status.

Now, if you believe the Zika doomsday scientists, that can only happen if mosquitoes are racially profiling people and selectively targeting black people after checking their bank accounts to make sure they’re also poor. Such a belief is, of course, utterly ridiculous.

Mosquitoes don’t care what color you are. All they know is that you’re a warm-blooded being with a source of nutrients they need.

So what’s the real explanation for the cluster of microcephaly cases among lower income regions of Brazil where predominantly black-skinned people live? Because that’s where they dumped the “pyroproxyfen” chemical into the water!

The obvious answer is already identified: Toxic chemicals that cause brain deformities

Pyroproxyfen is the larvicide chemical used by the Brazilian government to try to quell mosquito populations in the poorer, more rural regions of Brazil. The chemical, as I have exhaustively documented here on Natural News, works by destroying the neurological development of insects. A group of scientists in Brazil already sounded the alarm about pyroproxyfen, saying it was the actual cause of the microcephaly.

As reported in Natural News, Feb. 11, 2016:

From the doctors at Red Universitaria de Ambiente y Salud (the Red University of Environment and Health):

A dramatic increase of congenital malformations, especially microcephaly in newborns, was detected and quickly linked to the Zika virus by the Brazilian Ministry of Health. However, they fail to recognise that in the area where most sick persons live, a chemical larvicide producing malformations in mosquitoes has been applied for 18 months, and that this poison (pyroproxyfen) is applied by the State on drinking water used by the affected population.

Pyroproxyfen is extremely toxic to all forms of life that have a nervous system and carries numerous severe warnings about its toxicity. See PubChem for details.

Zika virus has been around more than 60 years, but has never caused brain deformities

What we are all witnessing with Zika doomsday hysteria is one of the most obscene scientific hoaxes of the decade, second only to the climate change hoax that’s still being perpetrated by the hucksters and con artists of incompetent (and corrupt) government.

Another telling admission in the obvious fraud of the Zika doomsday hoax is the undeniable fact that Zika virus has been around for 60 – 70 years. Yet it has never been found to cause microcephaly before. Hmmm…

The mainstream media even admits all this. Via the Globe and Mail:

The virus currently infecting Brazilians is a new, Asian strain of Zika, which was identified more than 60 years ago but never associated with congenital problems, or known to be sexually transmissible, as this strain is.

And that’s why all the doomsday warnings about Zika never unfolded:

After Brazil, the next country that was expected to see the wave of congenital Zika was Colombia, which has the second-largest number of reported Zika cases. But of more than 12,000 pregnant Colombian women with Zika, only 21 have had fetuses or babies with the brain defects.

So wait a minute. All this Zika hysteria is being pushed across Florida and the United States even after 12,000 pregnant Colombian women with Zika resulted in just 21 babies with brain defects?

Folks, 21 out of 12,000 brain defects is a TYPICAL RATE, with or without Zika. Zika has nothing to do with it. That’s just 0.175% of babies being born with brain deformities of some kind. But if you listen to the Zika hysteria of CNN, you might be convinced Zika causes a 99% brain deformity rate!

According to the delirious state-run media of the United States, Zika is so incredibly dangerous that Olympic athletes are refusing to compete in Rio out of the horrifying fear that they might catch Zika. Woman are cancelling their vacations to Florida. The sheeple are running around like chickens with their heads cut off, frantically slathering themselves with toxic DEET bug sprays in the hope that their own brains won’t be turned to mush by Zika.

I’ve got news for them: Their brains have already been turned to mush by the mainstream media that promoted this Zika doomsday hoax from the get go. And besides, if you’re going to slather yourself with bug spray, use my essential oils-based Bugs Away Spray which is DEET free. Yet, even when I’m plugging my own natural bug spray, I’m telling you right up front that Zika is a total hoax. Even if you’re infected, it’s actually no big deal. Even the CDC admits most people carrying Zika are completely symptomless and require no hospitalization at all. (They don’t even realize they were infected.)

The CDC also admits, by the way, that you will self-immunize against Zika upon the first exposure.

Zika hysteria is the height of modern human idiocy and scientific quackery on parade

Think about it: We’ve got millions of people running around poisoning themselves with chemical bug sprays to protect themselves from a fake, fabricated viral “shrunken brains” threat that isn’t even real.

So to protect themselves from a fictional boogeyman, they are giving themselves real cancer from the toxic chemicals in popular bug sprays. The abject idiocy of all this is astonishing, even to those of us who have already resigned to the fact that most sheeple are too terrified into obedient compliance to dare think for themselves.

Consider the simple fact that if Zika really caused microcephaly, all the populations of Brazil, Colombia and even Haiti or Cuba would have collapsed decades ago. The history books would be full of documented microcephaly pandemics, and legitimate scientists would have been studying this since the 1950’s.

So where are all the shrunken head babies, then?

It’s a simple question: If Zika is so bad and spreading so rapidly, WHERE ARE ALL THE SHRUNKEN HEAD BABIES? Except for a very small number who were born to pregnant women exposed to toxic chemicals, the “wave” of shrunken head babies never materialized. They don’t exist!

But no, we’re supposed to believe that magically, without any particular reason, Zika suddenly and spontaneously started targeting black Brazilians of low economic status, causing brain deformities in their children but no one else’s. It’s ludicrous at every level of scientific and critical thinking.

Turn this all around and consider the following: If, two years ago, someone in the alternative media had claimed that mosquitoes were carrying a virus that selectively caused shrunken brains only in people with black skin and low incomes, we would have been called lunatics by the establishment. But when the establishment says the same ridiculous thing, suddenly it’s heralded as “science!” … no matter how absurd the claims.

Yes, we have a shrunken brain pandemic in America… it’s caused by watching cable news

Yes, there are shrunken brains all over our world, but they’re not caused by Zika. They’re caused by people stupidly believing everything they see reported by CNN’s scientifically illiterate propagandists.

Yes, there is an epidemic of shrunken brains in America, and it’s caused by watching cable news. If you believe anything you see on CNN, you’re probably dumber than a mosquito.

And now that you know what a total farce the Zika doomsday scare campaign really is, ask yourself this simple question: Do you believe anything the mainstream media reports about Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump?

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LSL- Penticton says farewell to the Tragically Hip-New Orleans Is Sinking

Rock ‘N’ it Local promotions was on location for the Tragically Hips last farewell at the South Okanagan ?Events center

The commercial-free special presentation was carried live on radio and TV and was streamed live online via the CBC’s website, apps, YouTube channel and Facebook page.

The show allowed people to watch and listen to the last concert of the iconic Canadian band’s Man Machine Poem tour, from the group’s hometown of Kingston, Ont. The tour was announced after lead singer Gord Downie revealed he has terminal brain cancer.


The Federal Reserve Is Literally Destroying The World – Low Interest Rates Are Only The Beginning

Josh Sigurdson talks with author and economic analyst John Sneisen about one of the greatest scams to ever enslave humanity. John digs into the Federal Reserve’s interest rates, their countless lies regarding the raising of interest rates and the forecast going forward as the global economy comes crashing into the ground thanks to these monsters who are taking advantage of the vast populace’s ignorance by enslaving them with debt as they print fiat currency out of thin air, devaluing the dollar, creating debt and inflation and causing a Hegelian circle forcing everyone into a cage.

Published on Aug 17, 2016

It’s about time the people finally stand up. There is not much time left to abolish this globalist central planning apparatus that has repeated the same terrible and coercive policies for over a thousand years.
As freedoms are diminished on all levels and our currency becomes worthless, so the script continues to play out on a global level forcing us into servitude to the state and the keynesian prison of monetary enslavement.
Josh and John destroy the cult of money masters and demand a free market for the sake of the individual over the coercive collective which seeks to use shiny things in order to lure people into a bottomless pit.

We will continue to cover this issue. Stay tuned for more!

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LSL- Penticton Council meeting on Pot Dispensaries (pt1)Avitas Pharmaco presentation

Published on Aug 19, 2016

Locals Supporting Locals The Heartbeat of the Okanagan presents –
(raw unedited) This is pt 1 and the decision from council is in pt2 for Avitas.
On August 15 2016 ,Avitas Pharmaco owner Robert Kay presented his case to continue operating his private club that is a Passion Club .
City council has now closed out the business licences for two more medical marijuana dispensaries. and Green Essence owner Melissa Oslowy.
View interviews with both Bob and Melissa on our LSL video page

LSL- Penticton Council meeting on Pot Dispensaries (pt2) Green Essance presentation

Locals Supporting Locals – Heartbeat of the Okanagan

Part 2 – Green Essance owner Melissa Oslowy presents her case to stay open
City council has now closed out the business licences for two more medical marijuana dispensaries. Avitas Pharmaco owner Robert Kay and Green Essance owner Melissa Oslowy.
View interviews with both Bob and Melissa

LSL- Interview-Penticton Pot Dispensary – Green Essence owner Melissa Oslowy (pt2)

Locals Supporting Locals – Heartbeat of the Okanagan

(raw unedited) Interview with Melissa Oslowy following the cancellations of both business licences. Avitas Pharmaco Bob Kay was also interviewed so be sure to view both because they both come from different angles yet same mission goals.
view link to see Penticton Herald write up
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LSL- Interview-Penticton Council meeting with Pot Dispensary Avitas Pharmaco (pt1)

Locals Supporting Locals – Heartbeat of the Okanagan

(raw unedited)(pt1) Interview with Avitas Pharmaco Bob Kay following the cancellations of both business licences his and Green Essence
marijuana dispensaries.
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Two more Penticton pot shops’ business licences up in smoke

City council has now snuffed out the business licences for two more medical marijuana dispensaries.

Following a pair of special appeal hearings Monday night, council voted by identical 5-2 tallies to cancel the licences for Avitas Pharmaco and Green Essence.

“I have such a struggle here, because – without disclosing fully – I know of people who have benefited immensely from medical cannabis,” said Coun. Campbell Watt, who spoke in favour of the cancellations.

“This, unfortunately and truthfully, is about our business licensing, and we don’t have a fit yet.”

Coun. Tarik Sayeed, who cast one of the dissenting votes, compared the prohibition of marijuana to a ban on same-sex marriages or abortions.

“The fact is, it’s illegal because we’re keeping it illegal,” he said.

Mayor Andrew Jakubeit, who registered the other vote in opposition, argued in favour of letting the dispensaries continue operating until city staff delivers a report to council in September that’s expected to make recommendations and outline how other communities have dealt with the issue.

Due to “the fact that we are going to be discussing this again in about a month’s time, “I’d be happy to sort of continue with the status quo,” said Jakubeit.

Avitas Pharmaco owner Robert Kay was of a like mind, and asked council unsuccessfully for a temporary operating permit that would allow him to stay in business, “without feeling like we’re criminals,” until such time as the city creates bylaws to regulate marijuana dispensaries. He also offered to help craft the new rules.

“It is imperative to have regulations put in place. It is imperative to have the community know what we’re doing,” added Kay, who also operates compassion clubs in Vernon and Kelowna.

“And we need to be part of that, because we’re the experts.”

His shop opened at 150-1636 Main Street in November 2015, but temporarily shut down in August while awaiting the outcome of the appeal hearing.

Green Essence owner Melissa Oslowy began selling marijuana at 409 Martin Street in June and just a few weeks later received a notice of suspension.

She, too, would welcome regulations and help build them.

“We simply want to operate our business in co-operation with the City of Penticton,” said Oslowy, who suggested she may now move her shop to a more marijuana-friendly community.

Council in July also cancelled the business licence for the Rush In and Finish Café marijuana dispensary on Westminster Avenue, although the owner told The Herald last week he is still operating in the face of weekly fines.

Municipalities across Canada are struggling to get a grip on marijuana dispensaries, which have sprouted up in the wake of pending changes to the country’s drug laws. The federal government has pledged to introduce legislation next year to begin the process of legalizing the recreational use of the drug.

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UnHappy Residents – Letters to the editor August 15,2016 – Penticton Herald

 5 letters from the Penticton Herald from August 15 2016 

City offered only one place to vote

Dear Editor:

Sometimes it is just impossible to let something go unchallenged. In this case, it is a statement made in the latest Mayor’s Minute (Herald, Aug. 12) that left me incensed and deeply offended by what I consider to be an extremely callous and “misinformed” comment. The offending words were: “How do you engage the public when only 33 per cent of eligible voters care enough to vote?”

Yes, it may be true that voter turnout during the last civic election was only 33 per cent, but was it really because the people of Penticton don’t care?

I don’t think so.

Hundreds of letters to the editor and massive protests in front of City Hall say otherwise. I also do not believe that the city has earned the right to complain about voter turnout. If you want people to come out and vote, then make it easy to do so.

The fact is, on the day of the last civic election the City of Penticton offered only one place to vote. In my opinion, this shortsightedness had more to do with the disappointing 33 per cent voter turnout than any other factor. To put things in perspective, Summerland had three voting locations, and Kelowna as many as 15.

I mean, really: just think about it. When the citizens of Penticton are willing to stand in line for an hour or more to vote, or willing to drive by two or three times during the day in order to find parking, they are just about as “engaged” as anyone can get. Protests aside, the message is loud and clear; we bloody well do care.

As for considering letters to the editor as not representing a valid cross-section of city residents, and therefore unworthy of consideration, or even the effort it takes to read them, one should keep in mind that anyone and everyone can express their opinions through this medium. How much more fair, valid, and meaningful, can they possibly be? When someone refuses to consider the words of those who chose to disagree, any effort to improve communication will simply be a complete waste of everyone’s time and money.


David Korinetz



Other cities buy, not sell, park land


Dear Editor:

We are extremely disappointed with current mayor and council in the decisions they make supposedly for the good of the community. Council appears to be out of tune with the citizens of Penticton.

We support efforts to improve the community, support local business, create a positive atmosphere for its citizens and tourists, but not at the cost of parkland.

It is beyond us and we cannot get our minds around the decision to lease out difficult-to-obtain parkland for a waterslide. We are not against a waterslide but not on park land. I have spent a number of years in the service of a major city in B.C. in a senior position. The struggle always was to secure more park land and this was done at a cost to the city (market value property). Yet, here is one of the most desirable cities in B.C. — if not the country — and council arbitrarily decides to lease out parkland along the lake without consultation with the taxpayers!

Do the right thing, stand up and admit your error and reverse council’s motions.

While I am writing, reconsider the parking meters initiative. Study the demographics of your citizens and the hardship a parking charge would be to the large percentage of seniors who park at the beach and walk for their enjoyment and exercise.


Lex Hagen



Council doesn’t deserve praise


Dear Editor:

Recently a lady (don’t recall her name at the moment, however, if she reads this she’ll know who she is) complained about negative letters to the editor.

Those of us who write letters to be presented in your paper were chastised for brow-beating our poor “hard-working council.” I guess a better term for it would be rebuked.

The inference was that we should be lauding or applauding rather expressing our displeasure with council and what they have done since being elected.

To that particular lady I would stress that those of us who do write do so with the guarantee that it is our democratic right to do so. I cannot speak for the others, however, I resent the fact that along with others I was being admonished as a small child might be for misbehaving.

The moral here is: Lady, if you don’t like to read letters that criticize, maybe you should adopt Coun. Picton’s way of dealing with it. Don’t read them! Go golfing, do some gardening, play bridge, knit, et al.

In order for praise to be given, there has to be something that merits a “pat on the back” so to speak. I challenge you to come up with a list of accomplishments that are deserving of true recognition. At the same time, I would urge you to make a list of things promised to the electorate by council prior to the election but as yet are undelivered and then tell me that council deserves a “pat on the back!”

Here, I’ll help you by starting you off. Accountability (non-existent); fiscal responsibility (voted themselves medical benefits paid for by taxpayers with no consultation; openness (a token joke or what?); an election with one polling station; willing away dedicated parkland for private development and planning to add paid parking at Okanagan Beach and other area city properties. The list goes on. I would surmise that your list would be much shorter!

Can you honestly say with a clear conscience that this is deserving of accolades or applause? I certainly would hope not!


Ron Barillaro



Worst council in their lifetimes


Dear Editor:

Two years ago my wife and I moved to Penticton and in the fall of that year we had no knowledge of the participants who were running for mayor and council so we did not vote.

But, after the election results we have been keeping a close watch on their performances. Needless to say we haven’t been happy and have become more frustrated. We are both in our late-70s so we have had our share of good and bad government in our lifetime and the present situation with this mayor and his cohorts has got to be the worst we ever experienced.

Have they not heard of the word “democratic?” Since when do civic electorates get to close the doors on voters who elected them wanting answers to the devastating decisions to take away a piece of jewelry that belong to the voters (i.e. Skaha Lake Park). It’s too bad the election time was changed from annually to every four years. At least in those days we could throw the bums out before the damage became irreversible.

P.S.: I think it should be imperative that each council member and mayor be required to read the daily newspaper so as to be informed on what the voters think. If there’s a lot of negativity then maybe they should think about making their decisions right. I’m looking forward to the next election year.


Dan Gauvreau



City Hall needs efficiency study


Dear Editor:

According to the Downtown Penticton Association schedule Slide the City was scheduled to be here Friday and Saturday, July 1 and 2nd. Last I heard they sold 1,300 tickets and closed up shop after one day.

So what happened to all these waterslide supporters? There were lots of tourists here for Canada Day and 33,000 locals; maybe 10,000 kids. Watersliders didn’t show enough support to even keep the waterslide open for the scheduled two days. Yet council continues with its waterslide development plan.

Does this make sense to you?

The city is hiring an engagement officer because not enough people turn out to the city’s show and tell events. According to the mayor 50 to 100 or 200 doesn’t give council an adequate sample of how the public feels about any project. He cited 1,000 people as a useful sample size.

Yet when 1,000 turned up in protest at City Hall against the waterslide project in Skaha Lake Park he signed the agreement with Trio.

Does this make sense to you?

Once when I was requesting information from the corporate officer I was turned over to her assistant to fulfill my request. Yet according to Jake Kimberley the new engagement officer would be a second assistant to the corporate officer. Unless the former assistant has moved on then the engagement officer is the third person assigned to that department. Then we have the communications officer which ostensibly makes four people assigned to fulfill the duties of this department. If each department increased at a ratio of 4 to 1, city payroll would soon number in the tens of thousands.

Does this make sense to you?

As I said before we need an efficiency study at City Hall. An efficiency study would recognize the hard work and efficiency of those whose work goes largely unrecognized. It would also highlight the slackers and those that take advantage of other employees to lighten their load. It would highlight time-consuming make-work projects. An efficiency study is an opportunity to recognize and reward those that deserve it: Recognition of abilities that likely have remained off the radar screen of the CAO. This is what leads to future advancement to those that have proved they have what it takes. It also cuts the fat.

Does this make sense to you?


Elvena Slump



City is trying, but more can be done


Dear Editor:

Yes, I know the city is trying to get low-cost housing, mostly for the disabled or those on low incomes (Herald, Aug. 12).

Disability allows you $375 and I think hydro should be included. Food has gone up along with lot of things so if you’re left with $400 for a five-week month, it can be tight. The amount of people that couch-surf or stay a few nights here and there is a lot higher then you might think. It’s not like years ago you could get a place with all included, TV and phone for $295 a month. Either get the rent part of cheques up or work on what we the disabled are allowed. It might cut down on soup kitchen usage. The high hydro bills is what is killing a lot of people.


James Readman




We are a concerned group dedicated, not only to Parks preservation, but healthy democratic politics at Penticton City Hall.  We are holding a public meeting this Friday, August 19, 2016 at 7 pm near Skaha Park Kids Splash Pad.
Topics we are concerned about and would like to discuss are the following:
OUR LEGAL RIGHT TO A REFERENDUM REGARDING THE SKAHAPARK PORTION LEASE TO TRIO MARINE (According to bylaw 2002-42, and other existing laws regarding the disposition of Parkland)  Questioning whether the current senior staff, Mayor and Council are abusing their authority, not only on this lease , but the continuous disregard to the wishes of its citizens.
Also topics on mismanagement of public funds, lawsuits, the installation of parking meters, unnecessary hiring of a public relations personnel (engagement officer) , etc.etc….
Having a peaceful public rally in the near future.
It appears the”Dream Team” at City Hall has an agenda that does not, and will not include public input.  It’s time to take back and restore democracy.  If you have any of these concerns as a resident of Penticton, please attend.
“Lets get engaged!”

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