Published on Feb 12, 2016

DOWNLOAD a PDF copy of the report plus over 300 other GMO related pdf document files at the below link:
https://mega.nz/#F!C04XxYjI!rMvmxfjKZ…
8 notable Ziki/Monsanto PDF documents:
1: REPORT from Physicians in the Crop-Sprayed Villages regarding Dengue-Zika, microcephaly, and mass-spraying with chemical poisons
2: Genetically Modified Insect Factories: A New Source of Superbugs?
3: Failures of the transboundary notification process for living genetically modified insects
4: Technical Opinion on Examination Request presented at the 171 st
Plenary Meeting of the National Technical Commission on Biosafety
(CTNBio), held on April 10 th , 2014 Procedure: 01200.002919/2013-77
Applicant: Oxitec do Brasil Participações Ltd.
5: Prefeitura Municipal de Jacobina 1 Terça-feira • 18 de Fevereiro de 2014 • Ano IX • No 798 Esta edição encontra-se site: http://www.jacobina.ba.io.org.br em servidor certificado ICP-BRASIL Prefeitura Municipal deJacobina publica
6: GeneWatch UK comments on Environmental Risk Assessment (ERA) of GM mosquitoes in Panama February 2014
7: Mosquitos Genéticamente Modificados de Oxitec: ¿Un enfoque creíble para abordar Marzo 2015 el problema del dengue?
8: Conditional Control of Gene Expression in the Respiratory Epithelium A Cautionary Note
English company Oxitec sells male GM mosquitoes, supposedly in order to decrease the Aedes population. A lethal gene is inserted in those mosquitoes, which is transmitted to the offspring, causing death to larvae if it is not blocked by an antibiotic
(tetracycline). The goal is that millions of male mosquitoes are released to mate with wild females, so that their eggs result in larvae which dies spontaneously. The business is to sell those lab mosquitoes to governments, and then people need to “protect” those mosquitoes because, supposedly, it is neither necessary nor advisable
to remove the sites where mosquitoes breed.
Currently in Brazil nearly 15 million GM mosquitoes have been released, and the failure is complete. Where field tests were carried out, less than 15% of larvae were transgenic, that is to say… wild females are not accepting the English mosquito from Oxitec. The response: increasing the release in poor areas. Also, we must take into account that the biology of the disease shows that the female only “stings” when it’s pregnant and generating eggs after being fertilized by a male; it does it in that state and only then, because it needs blood components in order to develop the eggs. So, if millions of male mosquitoes are released, there will be many more fertilized females looking to suck the blood of mammals, thus increasing the spreading of the disease from infected people to healthy people!
In the face of the Zika threat, mass sprayings in Mercosur
The governments of Mercosur are causing alarm with the threat of Zika and microcephaly, proposing “more of the same.” The agribusiness is offering the services of the “Soya Air Force” to be used for spraying over cities and villages. Monoculture, the massive use of pesticides, deforestation, destruction of flora and fauna, ecological imbalance, climate change, inequality, those factors are not considered as a cause of the problem. To social inequality, these epidemics will add health inequalities, and governments with
their chemical attacks will generate environmental inequality.
References
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5. Sumitomo Chemical and Monsanto Expand Weed Control Collaboration to Latin America. Sumimoto Chemical News Release.
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