Zika: message to purveyors of medical fraud

Zika: message to purveyors of medical fraud

by Jon Rappoport

June 7, 2016

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The Zika-microcephaly connection is scientific nonsense. Let me run it down for you.

My analysis is beyond, “But Expert A says…” I am not dealing in appeals to authority, but instead the standards of evidence anyone can see if he opens his eyes.

First of all, the latest figures out of Brazil, the so-called epicenter of the microcephaly tragedy, reveal the following: 854 confirmed cases of microcephaly; and of those, 97 cases show the presence of the Zika virus.

Inference? Zika is not the cause of microcephaly. If it were, researchers would be able to detect it in all, or the overwhelming percentage of, microcephaly cases.

I’m not making this up. There are standards of proof and evidence. They dictate which inferences are possible, and which are not. 97 out 854 is a dud. Back to the drawing board. 757 microcephaly cases show no trace of Zika.

“But Expert A says…” Who cares what he says? He’s either right or wrong, independent of his presumed status as an expert. And here he would be wrong.

“But the Washington Post and the NY Times and the CDC and the World Health Organization say…” Doesn’t matter.

Two recent studies, if you want to call them that, have tried to make the case that Zika is the cause of microcephaly. Well, they were published because media outlets could then run headlines announcing: ZIKA SHOWN TO BE THE CAUSE; DOUBTS ABOUT ZIKA ERASED. That’s all these studies were good for.

The first study examined several different groups of babies, and in each group they found a very weak correlation between microcephaly and the presence of Zika—but they tried to pull a fast one and say that the (very weak) correlation in several groups somehow added up to a much stronger correlation overall. Absolute gibberish. Weak plus weak plus weak equals weak.

The second study tried to establish a correlation between Zika injected into mice and resultant mouse babies with microcephaly. But as every honest researcher knows, mice are a very poor analogue for humans.

There is more.

In neither of these two studies, and in none of the press reports about microcephaly, is there any suggestion that researchers have discovered, or looked into, HOW MUCH ZIKA WAS PRESENT IN THE SMALL PERCENTAGE OF CASES WHERE MICROCEPHALY WAS ALSO PRESENT.

Why is this important? Because small traces of a virus aren’t going to cause any human disease. You need huge amounts to even begin to think you’ve found a cause of disease—and as I say, there is no indication that babies with microcephaly have huge amounts of Zika in their bodies.

Apparently, some of the research on babies with microcephaly has involved the use of the PCR test. That’s a dead giveaway. You see, the PCR works with a tiny, tiny, tiny amount of human material that is suspected of being a fragment of a virus; and then the test amplifies (blows up) that fragment so it can be observed. But here’s the thing. Why would researchers need to use the PCR? Because they can’t otherwise find enough Zika in a baby’s body to even see it or ID it with certainty. As I just mentioned, you need to find huge amounts of Zika (or any other virus) to begin to say it’s causing a disease. Get it? If they had to use the PCR test, there wasn’t enough Zika in the first place (if there was any at all) to think it was causing a disease condition.

Zika science isn’t science. It’s fraud.

In this article, I’m walking ground I’ve already covered in other Zika pieces, because, from reports I’ve received, there are people out there who believe, with religious fervor, that statements from so-called medical experts and accompanying news stories must be true—and anyone who concludes otherwise is presenting a conspiracy theory.

I’m here to inform you that such notions are as weak as the correlation between microcephaly and Zika.


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Here is a final analogy. Suppose, in a large metropolitan/suburban sprawl, there is an increase of days with rainfall. Politicians, bureaucrats, statisticians, and reporters heavily promote the idea that the cause of this rain-upsurge is a corresponding acute rise in the volume/mass of automobile exhaust fumes. That’s the correlation. But on further analysis, it turns out elevated levels of auto exhaust only occurred within a week of a rainy day 14% of the time. That’s called weak correlation. That’s called incorrect analysis. That’s called nonsense. That’s called back to the drawing board.

But no one in charge dares to go back to the drawing board. The lie has already been told. It must be maintained. It must be supported. New lies will be floated to bolster the first one.

The experts will tell those new lies. And people will chime in, “The experts know what they’re talking about. They must know. Those who reject exhaust fumes are conspiracy theorists.”

And the experts keep talking: they say a duck is a truck and mouse is a louse and a shoe is a stew. And people blink and say, “Well, they know what they’re talking about. They must.”

As my long-time readers know, I keep returning to the subject of logic. This is why.

Jon Rappoport

The author of three explosive collections, THE MATRIX REVEALED, EXIT FROM THE MATRIX, and POWER OUTSIDE THE MATRIX, Jon was a candidate for a US Congressional seat in the 29th District of California. He maintains a consulting practice for private clients, the purpose of which is the expansion of personal creative power. Nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, he has worked as an investigative reporter for 30 years, writing articles on politics, medicine, and health for CBS Healthwatch, LA Weekly, Spin Magazine, Stern, and other newspapers and magazines in the US and Europe. Jon has delivered lectures and seminars on global politics, health, logic, and creative power to audiences around the world. You can sign up for his free NoMoreFakeNews emails here or his free OutsideTheRealityMachine emails here.

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19 comments on “Zika: message to purveyors of medical fraud

  1. ebolainfo says:

    Reblogged this on EbolaInfo and commented:
    Again, Jon makes it as clear as day:
    “…If they had to use the PCR test, there wasn’t enough Zika in the first place (if there was any at all) to think it was causing a disease condition.”

  2. Theodore says:

    Pregnant Savannah Guthrie Opts Out of Rio Olympics Over Zika Concerns

    http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/pregnant-savannah-guthrie-opts-rio-900202

  3. RODNEY JOHNSON says:

    Problem-Reaction-Solution. Many are waking up to this social topology. The sinister part is that the so-called solution really causes the original problem, setting off a self perpetuating cycle of fraud. People need to get to the next level where they understand the “twist”. It’s not an accident. I used to scoff at the idea of “Illuminati” now I am learning what the word means.

  4. Ken Burrows says:

    Wow….Just to make you all think everyone of these organizations are backing the GMO Agenda….And didn’t Brazill just say no to GMO’s ???.

    I would say Forced Bull by the BIG Pharma and Business’s Again.

  5. Sara says:

    I’m in the birth community and this Zika stuff is really starting to irritate me. Seems like anyone who knows about fetal development should be able to see right through this.

  6. I’m so much done with the whole Zika story. From the very beginning it was a story with too many holes to count. Who knows if there really are 854 babies with microcephaly? From the first group of 4800 “suspected cases” there was nothing at all left after careful analysis. So it’s quite likely that these 854 are actually just one or two. Or none. Once governments start to produce manipulated numbers and smokescreens you cannot trust anything anymore.

    There is no Zika. There is no huge number of handicapped babies. There is no danger for infection. There is just a big hype that is meant to make everyone really scared by the end of the year, so that people will line up for the vaccine that will be ready early next year. That’s it. And it’s not so hard to see.

  7. MR L KIERZNOWSKI says:

    Do you think there’s a connection between the propaganda about Zika [almost exclusively by the West] and the fact that Brazil is one of the BRICS?

  8. Kevin King says:

    Nice one Jon. A pleasure to read medical related stuff on your site and appreciate how fraudulent modern medicine has become. It’s certainly convinced me to question anyone and everyone especially when they profess to being medical “experts”.

  9. ashleytaylor11 says:

    Do you have a source for the statistics for number of cases of microcephaly and the number of cases of Zika for the info you provided? I have someone telling me that isn’t true and I want to show them if possible. Thank yoy

  10. Nalewski says:

    Please read the critical analysis “Zika Virus and Birth Defects — Reviewing the Evidence
    for Causality” by Rasmussen et al. found at http://www.nejm.org/doi/pdf/10.1056/NEJMsr1604338

  11. ggenereux2014 says:

    Connecting the dots.

    “Rate of infants born with abnormally small heads has tripled in Texas”
    http://newsok.com/article/feed/1000802

    “February 2, 2007, Texas became the first state to enact a mandate-by executive order from the governor-that all females entering the sixth grade receive the (HPV) vaccine, with some exceptions.”

    http://www.ncsl.org/research/health/hpv-vaccine-state-legislation-and-statutes.aspx

    Could this really be a botched vaccine, and the Zika story just a smoke screen to try to hide it?

    Where the hell is the CDC and the FDA on all of this? I think a 10 year old could figure this out.

    If Brazil is the epicenter, why does the USA have 25,000 microcephaly cases per year (even back in 2009) ? This means the rate in the USA is about 20 times higher than that of Brazil’s.

    In what percentage of the cases being reported in the USA, have the mothers been vaccinated for the HPV?

    Something is vastly wrong…..

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