Tom Frieden, Center For Diseases Control Director :”You can fool all the people some of the time, and some of the people all the time, but you cannot fool all the people all the time.”
An Open Letter To Tom Frieden: Center For Diseases Control, USA
By Dutch Scientist/Micro-surgeon: Johan Van Dongen
The Center for Diseases Control,( CDC) and World Health Organization, (WHO) keep telling the world that Aids and Ebola aren’t man-made and Ebola in Guinea, Sierra Leone, and Liberia are over, but thousands of people are dying of Aids in Africa every day. Nowadays we face a new development, the world ramps up its fight against the Zika virus while West Africa is battling to contain a growing outbreak of Lassa fever with nine people in Benin reported dead.
Tom, there is time for everything. There will be a time there will be no more room to contain the lies of the CDC and WHO, that’s when the cup is full. The truth will definitely come out no matter how long it takes. The resurface of Zika in Miami, Florida is enough to tell even the uneducated in Africa and Brasil that Zika, Aids, Ebola, and Lassa fever were indeed bio-weapons orchestrated by the United States of America, Russia, and Europe.
And now Tom, August 2016, you warned against travel to Zika virus ‘transmission zone’ in Florida after more cases discovered. It appears that four individuals in Miami-Dade and Broward counties have been infected with the Zika virus by local mosquitoes, Florida health officials said on Friday. These are the first known cases of the virus being transmitted by mosquitoes into the continental United States.
“While no mosquitoes trapped tested positive for the Zika virus, the department believes these cases were likely transmitted through infected mosquitoes in this area,” according to a statement from the Florida Department of Health.
Dr. Tom Frieden, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, you said on Friday, that “all the evidence we have seen indicates that this is a mosquito-borne transmission that occurred several weeks ago.”
Tom Frieden, you explained that confirming local mosquito-borne transmission of the virus is not as easy as confirming the virus in an individual by running a test. You also said that finding a Zika-carrying mosquito is like finding a needle in a haystack, and doing so is not necessary to confirm local mosquito transmission.
Officials believe the local transmission is confined to a small area north of downtown Miami within a single ZIP code. However, local, state and federal health officials are continuing their investigation, which includes going door-to-door to ask residents for urine samples and other information in an effort to determine how many people may be infected. Additional cases are anticipated.
CDC reported 1,658 cases of the virus in the continental United States and Hawaii. None of those cases is a result of local mosquito transmission. Fifteen of those individuals were infected by sexual transmission, and there is one case of a laboratory-acquired infection. (The CDC’s numbers do not always include the most current cases reported by states.)
Nearly every state is reporting cases of the virus. Only Idaho, South Dakota, Wyoming and Alaska have not reported it.
History of Zika Virus
Zika Virus 1st Discovered By Rockefeller Foundation Back In 1947
Is This Disease Or A Bioweapon?
The Uganda Virus Research Institute (UVRI), located in Entebbe, Uganda, was established in 1936 as the Yellow Fever Research Institute by the Rockefeller Foundation.
In 1947, scientists researching yellow fever placed a rhesus monkey macaque in a cage in the Zika Forest. The monkey developed a fever and researchers isolated from its serum a transmissible agent that was first described as Zika virus in 1952. Other noteworthy arboviruses discovered at the institute include Chikungunya virus, West Nile virus, Bwamba virus, Semliki Forest virus, O’nyong’nyong virus, and Kadam virus.
In 1950, after gaining regional recognition, the Institute was renamed the East African Virus Research Institute, under which identified many of its noteworthy accomplishments were published. In 1977, it was reorganized under its current name.
The scientific origin of the Zika virus is that the virus is named after the Ugandan Zikabos because it was there for the first time in 1947, isolated from the blood of a Rhesus monkey. It was only in 1968, the virus succeeded demonstrating in people.
The Zika virus is endemic in large parts of Africa. As a result of human influences, the virus also surfaced in Asia, including countries in Central Asia, South East Asia and Yap Island (Micronesia) in the Pacific.
At that specific time, the fear is that the virus will quickly spread through the different islands in the Pacific Ocean will and eventually reach the American continent. That fear has become a reality by ending up in South America and Germany today, the country of Hitler.
The Zika virus in South America, adds as a third virus disease, which can be transmitted by the aedes aegypti mosquito, shows symptoms that match a mild form of dengue, including joint pain, headache, and fever.
On November 6, 2015, the virus also made headlines in Suriname. The laboratory of the University Hospital Paramaribo (AKKAR) has fixed may argue that some patients have sustained the Zika virus. In January 2016 first Zika test virus was developed in Germany. The researchers found out that only one in five people infected with the Zika virus will get sick. About all these events, you, Tom Frieden, never spoke but this is not happening in your backyard. Is it?
Although malaria is a horrendous affliction that affects millions of people around the world, its effects on the brain are not as severe as Zika. That the Zika virus affects brain development in fetuses, and that it can cause Guillain-Barré syndrome, a deadly nerve paralysis, is very clear indication that Zika is far deadlier than malaria, and that the rate of brain cancer in Latin America is due to explode to astronomical levels which could cripple the health system of the entire region.
The BBC recently reported that Oxitec’s transgenic mosquitoes may very well make the Aedes aegypti mosquito extinct, but that the ecological niche could be filled by an “equally, or more, undesirable” insect.
It seems that the Aedes aegypti mosquito has indeed become more undesirable since Oxitec began eliminating the weakest ones and strengthening the species, in an effort that can only be compared to Barack Obama’s drone targeted assassination program. We can kill the top mosquitoes, but the ones waiting to take their place are far more ruthless, and will behead higher-life from the top of the food chain.
“Thanks for the feature statements Tom Frieden, but you have still hidden the main truth of the Zika Virus spread from the general public. The mosquitoes causing the birth defects were genetically modified. Can a bite from a normal mosquito cause a baby’s head to shrink? Who are you think you are fooling Tom Frieden?”