Disclaimer: I am forwarding this report for the additional 
information it provides on gene transfers and where the GMOsquitoes 
went awry. It fills in some gaps in the previous discussions we've 
been having. I do not endorse some of the political conclusions the 
author makes. particularly those regarding involuntary sterilization 
and population reduction as a motive for biowarfare and Zika, nor his 
rather smarmy comments.

Additionally, I do not endorse the overall rightwing politics of the website.

That said, there is lots of good information to be gleaned here, but 
it has to be checked carefully.

With that in mind, I ask the scientists receiving this report to 
please write back to me with comments on the scientific claims stated 
herein. Need your feedback.

Thank you.

CDC-Oxford 'Death Gene' Is
Key To The Brazilian Babies Riddle

By Yoichi Shimatsu

The mobilization of 500,000 soldiers and public-health workers to 
spray pesticides across Brazil is effectively terminating a 
controversial British-American biotechnology project that has 
released millions of gene-engineered mosquitoes in a backfired 
experiment to combat the dengue fever virus (DENV). The Oxitec 
gene-manipulation technique called RIDL (Release of Insects carrying 
a Dominant Lethal) is widely suspected of spreading a new virulent 
strain of ZIKA virus, and the Brazilian outbreak in turn raises fears 
of a link to microcephaly or reduced brain size in human embryos. 
(Oxitec is a corporate spinoff of Oxford University, even though most 
of its researchers are with less prestigious British schools or from 
the United States.)

First of all, this essay explains how the recent cases of Brazilian 
microcephaly were not caused by ZIKA but are instead a "side effect" 
of the RIDL gene-transfer. The so-called Death Gene blockage, using 
the GATA binding protein, can affect the same gene in human embryos 
as in the targeted mosquito pupae. The OX513-A captive mosquito 
program releases protein-carrier male mosquitoes to mate with the 
wild local female mosquitoes. The lethal protein enters the eggs to 
disrupt embyonic growth, causing the offspring to self-destruct 
(auto-side) before they reach adulthood. However, these same mother 
mosquitoes can then transfer the dangerous protein into women, 
thereby seriously harming human embryonic development of the brain, 
nerves, heart and testicles. Damage to the GATA-1 protein in human 
embryos is associated with Down Syndrome, a brain disorder similar to 
Brazilian microcephaly. (While there are many other causes of 
microcephaly, the new Brazil type is extraordinarily severe.)

Second, as many critics of the Oxitec program have suggested, the 
captive mosquito population is "leaky", with a survival rate of 
between 0.5 and 5 percent. In theory, the dengue virus (and the 
similar arbovirus ZIKA) should not be capable of replicating in the 
RIDL protein-tainted saliva of the wild female mosquitoes. In the 
field, however, humans inside the OX513-A test area continue to be 
infected with mosquito-transmitted ZIKA virus. As the lethal acronym 
suggests, the Oxitec method is riddled with flaws. These disturbing 
issues raise the possibility of the existence of a hidden agenda 
behind the Oxitec program, that is, to spread an embryo-death gene in 
Brazilian women for the purpose of a covert population-reduction program.

Third, this article exposes the multiple-tier connections of Oxitec 
and it parent company Intrexon with the covert biological-warfare 
establishment in Britain and the United States, through its 
venture-partner sponsors, including a former director of the CIA and 
a top pharmaceutical executive involved with the Pentagon stockpile 
of biowar agents. The surnames Woolsey and Kindler should ring alarm bells.

Fourth, the covert agenda of involuntary sterilization of 
impoverished women to reduce global population are linked to the 
Western corporate drive to control Brazil's rich deposits of iron 
ore, gold, and offshore oil and gas. Geopolitical struggle for 
resources and influence is a factor in the ZIKA pandemic, with 
bounteous Brazil being a member of the BRICS group of emerging 
powers, while adjoining countries in Latin America and the Caribbean 
belong to the regional ALBA coalition.

Gene-Blocking Strategy

The Oxitec-Intrexon sales pitch consists of corporate hype of little 
value toward understanding the procedure called RIDL (Release of 
Insects carrying a Dominant Lethal). Its boast of 100-percent 
effectiveness in wiping out dengue-infected aeges aegypti female 
mosquitoes is one of its many deceptive claims. Here is a brief 
summary of how RIDL works to destroy pupae of mosquitoes (and also 
embryos of humans and other species).

The female aeges aegypti mosquitoes are blood-feeders in contrast to 
the shorter-lived males, which subsist on flowers and therefore are 
sater to handle and raise. The eggs of males can withstand a higher 
temperature than the female eggs, which die off with exposure to heat 
and are thus easily separated out.

When the hatched males become pupae, a gene-interfering protein 
called tTA is introduced into their bodies. The tTA 
(tetracycline-controlled Transcriptional Activation) makes the 
captive mosquitoes dependent on the antibiotic tetracycline. Without 
this antibiotic, the protein becomes activated and attaches to the 
GATA-transcription gene in the mosquito's DNA, blocking organ 
maturation and thereby resulting in "auto-cide".

After growing wings in early adulthood, the tetracycline-dosed 
tTA-carrying males are released into the wild in large swarms to mate 
with wild local female mosquitoes. The tTA protein is transferred via 
mating into the target females. The mother mosquito is not 
immediately killed off (as she is not tetracycline dependent). The 
tTA penetrates her eggs, which like their father, requires 
tetracycline to prevent gene shutdown.

The female mosquito lays her eggs in a watery environment, and these 
tetracycline-dependent eggs hatch into pupae. As the pupae grow 
(while any tetracycline residue breaks down), the tTA is activated 
and attaches to the tetO complex surrounding the GATA gene sections 
of the mosquito DNA. The GATA gene sequence reverse-transcribe 
(encode with mirror effect to produce) GATA proteins, which provide 
the "master-plans" for embryonic development of organs and muscles. A 
blocked gene creates mangled proteins, meaning the pupae have no 
chance of becoming fully formed adult mosquitoes.

Mother Mosquito Bites Human

The obvious flaw in the Oxitec method is the fact that the female 
mosquito is not killed early on. To provide sustenance to the eggs in 
its sac, the mother mosquito feeds on the blood of birds and mammals, 
including humans. Oxitec guarantees that the dengue virus cannot 
replicate inside the female's saliva glands, due to the presence of 
RIDL, and therefore she represents no threat of infection to humans, 
other than an annoying bite. That claim has proven overly optimistic, 
considering the many cases of mosquito-derived ZIKA virus infections 
inside the field-test zones.

The situation becomes more serious when the mosquito bites a pregnant 
women, thereby transmitting the lethal gene-blocking protein. In the 
early development stage, human embryos are not much different from 
mosquito pupae. About 44 percent of genes in the DNA of mammals are 
shared with insects, due to common evolutionary ancestral species. 
Therefore, RIDL will have a disruptive effect on the GATA sequences 
in human DNA. In mammals, seven types of GATA proteins are crucial 
for development of embryos into healthy normal children.

Damage to the GATA-1 protein is associated with Down Syndrome, the 
diminished skullcap condition similar to the recent cases of 
microcephaly in Brazilian infants. Autopsies done on aborted fetuses 
indicate that the Brazilian microcephaly are far more severe than 
Down Syndrome, showing smoothness of the brain surface with a 
complete absence of the rills and wrinkles necessary for cognition 
and sensory functions. Notice how the news media are not discussing 
the severity of the damage. (ZIKA fragments were found in all 
microcephaly-affected babies, indicating the involvement of the Aedes 
aeqypti mosquito.)

Brain damage more severe than Down Syndrome is due to the tTA effect 
on production of the GATA-4 protein. GATA-4 interacts with a 
co-factor called FOG-2 (friend of GATA), to promote and manage 
development of the embryonic brain, nerves and heartbeat. The 
physical abnormalities caused by the Oxitec "death gene" on the other 
five GATA proteins can be expected to appear as the Brazilian infants 
grow further.

There is no possibility of remedy for these child victims of 
gene-technology abuse, and this medical fact should not just sadden 
us. We should all be enraged over how Oxitec and its sponsors in 
Intexon and its allied experts at Oxford, CDC and Pirbright Institute 
failed to detect the glaringly obvious flaws in the methodology. 
Oxitec-Intexon should be liable in law courts for massive damages to 
the affected populations. An even more alarming point is that these 
violations of gross biomedical malpractice are being covered up by 
donor foundations, government ministries, universities and the news media.

Yet the most sinister aspect of this scandal is that the permanent 
damage to infants and their mothers may not be an accident at all, 
but instead the aim of a deliberate population-reduction strategy 
focused on the impoverished black-majority region of a predominantly 
Catholic country. Is OX513-A an instrument of planned destruction of 
a distinct group, which fits the legal definition of genocide?

Populous Brazil is a country of 205 million inhabitants with an 
annual population growth rate of 8.52, predominantly Catholic where 
abortions are illegal. The ZIKA epicenter in the northeast is a 
predominantly black and poor region. Evidence from previous 
microcephaly-linked population reduction events, accompanied by a 
ZIKA outbreak, as laid out in the second section of this report 
below, leans heavily toward the affirmative, that Brazil is actually 
the target of biological warfare with the objective of genocide.

There are other troubling questions related to this catastrophe of 
gene engineering.

- Human clinical studies and animal testing has never been conducted 
on the longterm effects of tTA in the bodies of girls and women of 
child-bearing age, along with their infants.

- Presumably tTA, which can pass via the tiniest amounts of mosquito 
semen and saliva, is readily transferred via human saliva, urine, 
semen, blood and other body fluids, making it a highly contagious 
pathogenic biochemical.

- Mammals and birds (domesticated and wild) are probably also 
affected and could be carriers of tTA, the so-called death gene, 
opening the prospect of extinction of entire species.

- Tetracycline is the only means to prevent tTA interference with 
GATA genes in humans and animals, yet nobody knows the cumulative 
risks of lifelong use of that antibiotic, The known side effects of 
tetracycline include vaginal candida infection, sore throat, 
diarrhea, nausea and vomiting and skin photosensitivity. 
Pediatricians recommend children not to drink milk when administered 

- The survival rate for female mosquitoes treated with tTA is 
estimated between 0.5 percent to 5 percent. That cohort, if feeding 
on the tetracycline-rich blood of cattle, pigs, chickens, along with 
the naturally occurring antibiotics in swamps, can result in 
continuing reproduction of lethal protein-carrier mosquitoes. 
Moscamed, the Brazilian partner company of Oxitec, has released tens 
of millions of gene-carrier mosquitoes.

A Simultaneous ZIKA Outbreak

If direct intervention by the RIDL protein is the likeliest cause of 
Brazilian microphaly, why then is there a simultaneous ZIKA virus 
outbreak affecting women? And what is the combined impact of ZIKA and 
GATA malfunction in maternal health and infant care?

Since gene analysis on the Brazilian strain of the ZIKA virus is yet 
to be completed, only general assessment can be made at this time. 
Outbreaks of avian influenza and ebola are associated with 
environmental changes hostile to their "reservoirs" (host species). 
As in most viral outbreaks, major environmental or manmade pressure 
on host organisms (in this case mosquitoes) would spur ZIKA toward 
greater virulence and rapid transmission in humans, resulting in a pandemic.

Nature will find strategies to fight back against shocks, including 
the sudden introduction of a so-called "death gene". The complexity 
of biochemistry within a biological community is the downfall of 
biotechnology. Genetic engineers and pharmaceutical researchers 
isolate proteins and enzymes in their test tubes, while conveniently 
forgetting that the holistic system of the body is not a simplistic 
mechanism. A cloistered methodology dooms biotech to being 
Frankenscience, a factory for monstrous mutants that invariably turn 
against their creators.

More troubling questions remain: Along what pathway did ZIKA virus, 
which is not endemic to the Americas, arrive to Brazil? Why and for 
what purpose? And,most urgent of all, is ZIKA being used as a cover 
for gene-based biowarfare?

Section 2: Gene-based Biological Warfare

The first major outbreak of Zika virus occurred in April and May 2007 
on Yap island, a part of the Federated States of Micronesia in the 
South Pacific. Of the island's 7,400 residents, antibodies against 
Zika were found in 74 percent of the population. No deaths were 
attributed to ZIKA, and none of the patients were hospitalized. 
Long-term nerve damage known as Guillaine-Barre Syndrome was 
reported. In the following year, local health workers reported an 
increase in cases of microcephaly in newborns, a claim disputed in 
other reports.

The Yap outbreak was an extraordinary phenomenon for several reasons. 
Over the past 60 years since its discovery by the Rockefeller 
Institute in a monkey in the Zika Valley of Uganda, only 14 cases in 
humans had been reported. The distance from the coast of East Africa 
to Yap is 11,000 kilometers, and not a single resident of Yap had 
ever visited Africa. A few Filipinos, presumably medical workers, had 
contact with Zika virus, but none were reported in Yap.

Yap is an isolated island community making it an ideal "laboratory" 
for an illegal human experiment and clinical study. The nearest major 
island is Guam, the former headquarters of the U.S. Naval Research 
Lab 2, which had since been relocated to Indonesia (where it supplied 
lab assistants to the notorious "super-flu" researcher Yoshihiro 
Kawaoka at University of Wisconsin). The local health care system is 
primarily funded with U.S. foreign aid.

Into the Wild Blue Yonder

A dozen-member team of American epidemiology experts flew to Guam and 
then Yap during that Zika outbreak. The research observer delegation 
was led by a U.S. Air Force colonel, a veterinarian assigned in the 
previous year to the Center for Disease Control (CDC) as an attache 
of the U.S. Health Department's Epidemic Intelligence Service. His 
teammates included a female Air Force medical official with 
top-security clearance; and several researcher from the CDC 
Vector-Based Diseases laboratory at Colorado State University in Fort 
Collins. One physician was dispatched by the Pasteur Institute 
hospital in Tahiti, and antiterrorism medical expert in Micronesia 
completed the roster. (Due to the risks of international crime and 
terrorism, their names and positions are not mentioned here.)

The tandem appearance of Zika virus and microcephaly in Yap is 
identical to the current situation in Brazil. By 2007, several 
methods to insert blocking genes or RNA fragments into mosquitoes had 
already been developed and field tested. So the question arises: Did 
the Pentagon deliberately introduce the Zika virus to Yap or merely 
respond to a mystery outbreak?

Could the U.S. military be so cynical as to conduct live-testing of a 
virus on an unsuspecting island population? Judging from the repeated 
nuclear-weapons tests near inhabited islands in the Marshalls 
archipelago from 1946 to 1962, the answer is: The Pentagon has no 
qualms about using civilians as guinea pigs for weapons development, 
and Zika virus was surely a candidate for the national biowarfare stockpile.

By odd coincidence, on the following year, a researcher from CDC-VBD 
lab in Fort Collins contracted ZIKA infection in Senegal and 
transmitted the virus to his wife in Colorado through sexual 
intercourse after his return home from Africa. Was this researcher, 
now a senior lab supervisor, gathering ZIKA samples? And were there 
others ahead of him prior to the mysterious outbreak in Yap?

The next outbreaks occurred in 2010 in Cambodia and 2013 in Tahiti 
and Bora Bora, French Polynesia, both locations some 8,000 kilometers 
from Yap. The presence of Pasteur Institute staffers during the Yap 
outbreak could account for the Tahitian outbreak, and travel between 
Africa and Southeast Asia was well-established. These probabilities 
do not exclude the scenario of more illegal medical tests.

Demographics Affirm Population Control

A decade of demographic data from Yap affirms a plausible scenario 
that the relatively mild (as compared with dengue fever) ZIKA was 
used as a cover for a planned population-limitation project. Some 66 
percent of the infected Yap islanders were women, and the isolated 
island's population growth has been negligible from 2000 to 2015, 
expanding by less than 150 individuals.

By 2007, the deployment of novel gene-blocking strategies was 
feasible. Existing methods included RNA inference (RNAi), DNA 
alteration (gene drive) and RIDL

What the Yap "experiment" failed to achieve was net population 
reduction. If you are in the business of culling the human herd, the 
challenge is: Can biotechnology cut the birthrate without overt 
killing hundreds of adults, causing a panic that wrecks the local 
economy, as happened to the mining sector in Guinea during the ebola outbreak?

Seven years later, with the 2014 outbreak in Brazil, the negative 
impact on female reproductive fecundity is apparently more successful 
than the experiment in Yap. Brazilian women have reportedly suffered 
intense ovulation dysfunction and miscarriages indicative of total 
destruction of their eggs in follicles.

Science skeptics and pro-GM stooges are probably asking by now: Is 
there any proof that CDC had access to gene-delivery mosquitoes as 
early as the ZIKA outbreak in Yap? Quit your yapping, kids, because 
CDC was already cooperating to breed more varieties of mosquitoes 
with Oxitex in 2006. Named after the Oxitec affiliate 360 Genomics, 
the OX3604C mosquitoes were loaded with the RIDL death gene.

By 2008, CDC researchers were conducting field trials of Oxitec-3604C 
in Chiapas, Mexico, the heartland of the Zapatista movement in the 
very same year that their militant commandantes were declaring 
support for the Palestinian struggle. Need we say more?

Pirbright Institute of veterinary science

Enter the RIDLer himself, Luke Alphey, founder of Oxitech from the 
Pirbright Institute, and John Mumford at Imperial College, co-leaders 
of an international research coalition that in 2008 received a major 
from the WHO for "The Special Programme for Research and Training in 
Tropical Diseases (TDR) Innovative Vector Control Business Line". The 
grant was delivered conveniently in the same year that Alphey sent 
his death-gene mosquitoes into the Zapatista stronghold in Chiapas.

Virology Arose from Veterinary Science

In my 8-part article series on ebola and biological warfare, posted 
at, this writer showed how virology emerged out of 
veterinary science in the U.S., Britain-Canada and Germany due to the 
military need to protect horses for cavalry and cannon transport. 
Pirbright institute, located in a military-owned area of Sussex, was 
a leader in anthrax studies and porcine flu. The veterinary institute 
also has a laboratory in Berkshire near the British military college 
of science. These overlaps are just too telltale.

Alphey, who wrote a paper in 2000 advocating a by then well-known 
gene-suppression strategy for insect-borne contagious diseases, is 
one of the generation of veterinarians and plant biologists that 
favors gene-suppression and bioinfomatics as opposed to old-style 
vaccines or pesticides.

Gene interference is also different from the splicing (or literally 
shooting) of genes into DNA, the infamous methods used by Monsanto. 
The newer strategy exploits the natural biological habits of insects, 
especially mating, to insert proteins and RNA fragments to block gene 
expression of DNA, thereby preventing the creation of proteins, 
enzymes, antibodies and other natural agents. Despite reassurances of 
safety in using nature's own biochemistry, gene interference has the 
potential for irreversible damage, since gene interference once in 
place cannot be undone.

Powered with evermore funding from donors including the Gates 
Foundation and the UK government's biotechnology fund, Oxitec was 
able to woo the Brazilian government, all the way up to then 
President Dilma Rousseff, with sweet talk about the low risks and 
high rewards of releasing "sterile male mosquitoes". The strategy 
known as SIT (sterile insect technique) has been greatly improved 
since the pioneering work in the 1950s of R.C. Bushland and E.F. 
Knipling. Despite research advances, Oxitec made a point of not going 
public with the risks of its RIDL gene-blocking method. U.S. federal 
regulators have rejected Oxitec requests for field tests with fruit 
flies due to the lack of risk assessment.

Unimpeded by any doubts on risk assessment, the ZIKA virus took 
another magical mystery tour in 2014, "levitating" 10,000 kilometers 
into Brazil, which can be plausibly blamed on travelers from Tahiti 
landing in nearby Suriname and French Guiana.

As if the combination of ZIKA virus and the Death Gene was not enough 
of a career achievement, Luke Alphey visited the USGS center in 
Hawaii in 2013 to promote mosquito-delivered gene-suppression for 
bird-borne malaria. Now that malaria is finally being pushed back by 
Chinese herbal medicines, as recognized with a Nobel Prize, why would 
this aspiring Professor Moriarty want to experiment on migratory 
birds in the Pacific? Is the world's most populous country just too 
tempting to pass up? What's it all about, Alphey?

The Herd Masters

Investors in and donors to Oxitec include elite globalist supporters 
of birth control and depopulation policy:

The British pharmaceutical-funded Wellcome Trust is a major investor 
in Oxitec. This medical charity supports the Sanger Institute, whose 
founder Margeret Sanger was a pioneering advocate of birth control, 
eugenics and reduction of non-WASP races and religious groups. 
Besides the Oxitec gene-blocking method, Wellcome also supports 
development of the wolbachia bacteria to eliminate mosquitoes. 
Wellcome Trust chairman Sir William Castell has served as the CEO of 
GE Health and BP petroleum.

The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation donated more than 300,000 US 
dollars toward the Oxitec mosquito-release trial in the Cayman 
Islands and in Brazil. Bill Gates has his detractors in India and 
other developing nations for his ardent support of population reduction.

Next comes Oxitec's new parent company, Intrexion, owned by venture 
cap partners CIA veteran James Woolsey and former Pfizer CEO Jeff 
Kindler, spooky operators who each deserves a bullet (or dash) to himself:

- Jeff Kindler, a board member of the vomit burrito chain Chipolte 
(owned by Elon Musk's brother Kimbal, aka E.Coli). Kindler has 
cooperated with Clinton Global Initiatives and sits on the board of 
SIGA Technologies, which delivers Category A pathogens to Department 
of Defense BioSecurity Level-4 labs and antidotes to the Strategic 
National Stockpile. SIGA produces therapies related to dengue, ebola 
and Lassa fever (none of which have proven effective). Kindler was 
also chief of the partner group of another infamous biowarfare outfit 
called McDonald's.

- James Woolsey is a professional spy know to pull the "wool over the 
eyes": Cold Warrior, jingoistic propagandist for the Iraq Wars, rabid 
supporter of Israeli airstrikes against Palestinian "terrorists", and 
all-round menace to peace everywhere. As CIA director from 1993-95, 
Woolsey was so odious that President Bill Clinton never dared sit 
alone with him in the same room. Physical presence did not matter to 
the CIA boss who created the electronic surveillance program later 
criticized by Edward Snowden and continued his privacy invasions as a 
board member of Booz, Allen and Hamilton.

In a PBS public television interview, a paranoiac Woolsey said that 
the threat of bio-terrorism required the national security authority 
to "form a partnership with the life-sciences industry to get the 
right types of research done on the right types of vaccines and 
antibodies." (Frontline, "Plague War", Oct. 13, 1998) In hindsight, 
it would be more than naive to believe this gray bureaucrat could 
amass the fortune to run two private equity funds, Lux and Paladin, 
both with major investments in biowarfare technologies, including 
acquisition of Oxitec. He's just minding the stockpile for his former employer.

Biological warfare is not and cannot be purely a defensive program of 
stockpiling antidotes, since the craft demands access to the toxin. 
Since new variants of old diseases are constantly mutating, a strong 
defensive biowar program needs to keep up with the offensive potions 
from the Jones in England, the Jongs in Pyongyang and the Julyas in 
Russia. So whatever the pious declarations of the 1972 Biological 
Weapons Convention, bioweapons arsenals are expanding, most recently 
with the sort of gene-suppression technology perfected and tested by 
Luke Alphey, now owned by Woolsey's Intrexon.

Old Boys Vs. New Kids on the Bloc

Not by any coincidence, Woolsey was a Rhodes scholar at Oxford. The 
support for Brazilian mosquito-release program is an Anglo-American 
gentlemen's club in the spirit of Cecil Rhodes, dedicated to reducing 
the cost of "the white man's burden" and keeping wealth in the hands 
of an Atlanticist corporate elite.

Today, the old boy network is being outpaced by the harder-working 
BRICS group of Brazil. Russia, India, China and South Africa, and in 
the Latin America and Caribbean region, by ALBA (the Bolivarean 
Alliance for our Peoples of the Americas). The singular disadvantage, 
and Achilles heel, of most of these new power centers is their 
geographic location in contagion-originating zones. As Woolsey 
asserted to PBS, bioweapons like anthrax "can be cultured from what 
you get from many cow pastures, and making it is a little bit harder 
than running a micro-brewery."

In other words, the means to wipe out the BRICS and ALBA is right 
there in the soil, water or buzzing in the air. What's at stake in 
Brazil is its treasury of iron ore, gold, offshore oil and gas, and 
soybean farms. Pathogens, natural or laboratory-produced, that can 
reduce the native population are key to installing efficient foreign 
control of these resources and reducing social-welfare costs.

Please Don't Call It Genocide

Reproductive choice is a fundamental human right when it comes to 
buying contraceptive pills or a box of condoms in rich societies. In 
the developing countries with pervasive poverty, the task of imposing 
population limits requires stealth and disinformation. "We are here 
to help you poor people fight these terrible diseases." Sure, the 
Devil can quote the Gospel when he really means Genocide.

As opposed to those older methods of surgical removal of ovaries, 
gene interference against female reproductive organs is a kinder and 
gentler method of involuntary sterilization. ZIKA-infected mothers 
suffering ovarian pain from "gene therapy" might beg to differ about 
the pain and bleeding. Against mosquito-borne sterilization, women in 
the developing world have no defense except to escape deep into the 
mountains or paddle to islands remoter than Yap.

The Western corporate elite is aware of their social guilt yet accept 
the sin as one of the responsibilities of global governance. 
HIV-AIDS, SARS, avian influenza, West Nile, MERS and ZIKA, and the 
Death Gene . . . enough's enough, gentlemen, when will this nightmare 
ever end? I think we know the answer to that.

How about ethical alternatives? What if, instead of sneak 
sterilization of impoverished mothers through bogus vaccination 
campaigns and gene interference, Bill Gates steps forward publicly to 
express his belief in population limits and lead by example with a 
generous act of self-castration? That should get the ball rolling.

Author: Yoichi Shimatsu is a science writer based in Hong Kong, who 
produces low-cost organic citronella oil for effective deterrence of 
mosquitoes and other blood-feeding insects, including biotechnology investors.
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