WHO backs GM mosquitoes & bacteria to fight Zika virus..of course!

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https://www.rt.com/news/332669-genetically-modified-mosquitoes-zika/

Countries fighting the Zika virus, linked to a spike in babies born with abnormally small heads, may have to resort to using GM mosquitoes and bacteria to bump off the Aedes genus, which is responsible for spreading the disease, the WHO said.

The World Health Organization said that following trials in the Cayman Islands, where sterile male mosquitoes were released to mate with wild females, its Vector Control Advisory Group has recommended the continuation of field trials involving genetically modified mosquitoes.

The WHO said that previous experiments in releasing sterile irradiated male mosquitoes en masse (a technique that has been developed at the United Nations’ International Atomic Energy Agency) had been used by other UN agencies to control agricultural pests.

Given the magnitude of the Zika crisis, WHO encourages affected countries…to boost the use of both old and new approaches to mosquito control as the most immediate line of defense,” the agency said in a statement.

The WHO described the Aedes aegypti mosquito, which carries the Zika, dengue and chikungunya viruses, as an “aggressive” insect that uses “sneak attacks” to bite people. What’s worse, the mosquito boasts “a remarkable ability to adapt.

WHO experts also said they recommended evaluating newer tools, including a genetically modified prototype mosquito, Reuters reported. In Piracicaba city, Brazil, 25 million genetically modified mosquitoes (called OX513A mosquitoes) were released in mosquito-infested areas between April and November last year. When genetically modified male mosquitoes mate with females of the same species, their offspring die at the larva stage. The strain was developed by Oxitec, the British subsidiary of the US synthetic biology company Intrexon. Oxitec said its OX513A mosquitoes reduced the number of wild larvae of the Aedes mosquito in Piracicaba by as much as 82 percent.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Randal_J._Kirk

Randal J. Kirk (born March 1, 1954 in Pleasanton, California) is the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Intrexon (NYSE: XON), a synthetic biology technology company. Kirk is cited to be one of the most successful biotech company developers in the United States, having founded General Injectables and Vaccines (GIV) and New River Pharmaceuticals, and through his service on the Boards of Directors of many biotech companies, including Clinical Data, Inc, Halozyme Therapeutics, Inc., and Scios, Inc., among others.

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how bloody typical..more mutations to fix..possible mutations?

“In Piracicaba city, Brazil, 25 million genetically modified mosquitoes (called OX513A mosquitoes) were released in mosquito-infested areas between April and November last year.”

oh..i see..

now mention of any chemicals in the water or of nasty shit in vaccines..no its the mozzies!..and maybe it is them but they dont know for sure..

“The WHO described the Aedes aegypti mosquito, which carries the Zika, dengue and chikungunya viruses, as an “aggressive” insect that uses “sneak attacks” to bite people.”

“sneak attacks”..lol..come on..

“WHO experts also said they recommended evaluating newer tools, including a genetically modified prototype mosquito”

who made that?

“The strain was developed by Oxitec, the British subsidiary of the US synthetic biology company Intrexon.”

and tell me why the IAEA is involved in mutating mosquitos?

“The WHO said that previous experiments in releasing sterile irradiated male mosquitoes en masse (a technique that has been developed at the United Nations’ International Atomic Energy Agency)

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~ by seeker401 on February 19, 2016.

8 Responses to “WHO backs GM mosquitoes & bacteria to fight Zika virus..of course!”

  1. World Bank announces $150 million to fight Zika outbreak

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/to-your-health/wp/2016/02/16/who-says-56-million-needed-to-fight-zika-spread-in-coming-months/

  2. Pope suggests contraception can be condoned in Zika crisis

    http://bigstory.ap.org/c248e47a3fa94edc935bdbc83c852b63

    • Wow, what a masterful use of hegelian dialectic, create the means to carry the dis-ease and then trick them into using birth control as you hypocrites have outlawed it in order to assure yourselves a never-ending supply of slaves, providers and mind controlled worshippers.

      The kings and unholy ones should take care to not mess with Mother Nature, as everything in life will balance itself out. That’s why there is only one creator, and all the little gods keep failing.

  3. Yeah I think the pesticides and Gmo are mainly to cover the new tdap which
    was forced on pregnant women

  4. Zika virus: Sexual transmission ‘more common than thought’

    http://www.bbc.com/news/health-35757541

    Sexual transmission of the Zika virus is more common than previously thought, according to the World Health Organization (WHO).
    After an emergency committee meeting on Tuesday, the UN health agency also said there was increasing evidence of links between Zika and various birth defects.
    Zika is most commonly spread by mosquitoes but several countries have reported cases of sexual transmission.
    The WHO last month said the outbreak constitutes a global emergency.
    WHO Director General Dr Margaret Chan said “reports and investigations in several countries strongly suggest that sexual transmission of the virus is more common than previously assumed”.
    She called the development “alarming”.
    Dr Chan also said that microcephaly – a birth defect strongly linked to the Zika outbreak in Brazil – was just one of several conditions that the WHO had linked to the virus.

    • Nice work – the WHO blames zika instead of compulsory vaccination of pregnant mothers with Dtap . And the area that the small heads proliferate
      is where malnourishment and worker slavery abound .

  5. 80% of Puerto Rico’s population will be infected with Zika in a year, according to the predictions

    http://www.nytimes.com/2016/03/20/health/zika-virus-puerto-rico.html?_r=0

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