Friday, 12 August 2016

Miami Sprays Dangerous Insecticide That Causes Microcephaly: “Chemical Weapons on American Soil”


The Zika scare has not only stirred massive media hysteria; it has now unleashed a dangerous campaign to spray a neurotoxic chemical over the city of Miami and surrounding areas.

What damage it will cause remains to be seen, but its use as a means of controlling mosquitoes and stopping Zika should raise serious alarm bells, as its effectiveness has already been discredited and its risks are unacceptable.

However, authorities claim that the amount being sprayed over a 10-mile radius in South Florida is too little to cause harm.

But why would anyone trust what they say, or take any chances fighting fire with fire… especially if avoiding getting burned was the whole point in the first place?

The planes are releasing Naled (trade name Dibrom), an organophosphate pesticide that is considered one of the most toxic and, like many other organophosphates, has been banned in many places. Worse, it has been proven to be dangerous to pregnant women and its breakdown product, dichlorvos, causes actually causes – wait for it – microcephaly. Yes, really
http://www.shtfplan.com/headline-news/miami-sprays-dangerous-insecticide-that-causes-microcephaly-chemical-weapons-on-american-soil_08052016

[Posted at the SpookyWeather blog, August 12th, 2016.]

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