by Jon Rappoport

August 13, 2016

from JonRappoport Website








The title of this piece could have been,

"When the cure for a problem causes the problem."

Naled, the organophosphate pesticide now being sprayed on Miami to kill "Zika mosquitoes," has dire effects.



a 2014 study, "Neurodevelopmental Disorders and Prenatal Residential Proximity to Agricultural Pesticides - The CHARGE Study." [Environmental Health Perspectives, 2014 Oct;122(10):1103-9.]

Key quotes from the study:

"Gestational exposure to several common agricultural pesticides can induce developmental neurotoxicity in humans, and has been associated with developmental delay and autism."


"We evaluated whether residential proximity to agricultural pesticides during pregnancy is associated with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) or developmental delay (DD)…"


"Approximately one-third of CHARGE study mothers lived, during pregnancy, within 1.5 km (just under 1 mile) of an agricultural pesticide application.


Proximity to organophosphates at some point during gestation was associated with a 60% increased risk for ASD [Autism Spectrum Disorders], higher for third-trimester exposures…and second-trimester chlorpyrifos [an organophosphate pesticide] applications…"


"This study of ASD strengthens the evidence linking neurodevelopmental disorders with gestational pesticide exposures, particularly organophosphates…"

The pesticide spraying affects pregnant mothers by raising the risk of neurological damage to their babies.


The correlation between,

  1. the presence of Zika

  2. babies with the microcephaly birth defect, so weak and sparse, it constitutes counter-evidence for Zika as the cause.


Honest researchers trying to find a cause of birth defects would go back to the drawing board, because the overwhelming majority of birth-defect cases show no presence of Zika.


Therefore, the Zika-carrying mosquitoes have no business being the target of toxic spraying. But they are. And the spraying increases the risk of neurological damage in babies.


Is there an attorney anywhere in the United States who, along with a good PR agency, would like to file a billion-dollar suit against the Florida Health Department and the CDC and the FDA?


There are plenty of potential plaintiffs in Miami right now.