Zika! Time to revisit the virus hoax

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is so 2015.

2016 brings you the latest edition of the virus hoax – Zika!

Apparently Zika is already being promoted as an effective method of population control.

It’s now time to once again question the entire science of virology, its history, and its genesis.

It appears that the virus myth goes way back to ancient times – disease demons in Greece, to instruments of population control and herding in Rome.

Here are a few videos to start your research.

My latest beliefs are that most diseases or illnesses are caused by malnutrition, exposure to harmful chemicals, stress (caused by psychological terrorism), lack of sleep, and lack of exercise. Take care of that group, and you’ll probably live a long life.

 




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Tuaca1107
Tuaca1107
5 years ago

There were 0nly six (6) confirmed cases of Zika out of 4,180 alleged cases first reported. www.thedailysheeple.com/zika-v…

Ima Fakeologist
5 years ago
Reply to  Tuaca1107

What’s your take on it? Do you agree it’s a cover story for pesticides being used in Brazil?

Tuaca1107
Tuaca1107
5 years ago

Nope I think it is a ploy for mass vaccinations.

Ima Fakeologist
5 years ago
Reply to  Tuaca1107

What’s the endgame on mass vaxxing in your opinion?

Tuaca1107
Tuaca1107
5 years ago

Death to millions. Just like they have been planning for.

Nemesis
Nemesis(@nemesis)
5 years ago

Blame the Monkeys again..

‘Zika virus was first identified in Uganda in 1947 in rhesus monkeys through a monitoring network of sylvatic yellow fever’

www.dailymail.co.uk/indiahome/…

Blue Moon
Blue Moon(@blue-moon)
5 years ago

Curious
Curious(@curious)
5 years ago

Yep, Stephan Lanka is the top of the “pops” . In 1993 he made the discovery that the so-called HIV virus does not exist. In a lecture given for the GGB ( Gesellschaft für Gesundheidsberatung) he was explaining how he discovered that one, came by sheer coincidence to know to that “they” on the political level knew to. As he was explaining the whole thing , he brought forward the “immumesystem” does not exist and is a complete laboratium invention. About a 10 years ago he stepped forward and stated that nobody ever saw a virus. Viruses don’t exist, which… Read more »

Curious
Curious(@curious)
5 years ago
Reply to  Curious

My latest beliefs are that most diseases or illnesses are caused by malnutrition, exposure to harmful chemicals, stress (caused by psychological terrorism), lack of sleep, and lack of exercise. Take care of that group, and you’ll probably live a long life.

Most of the time it is the psychological factor which pulls the trigger for a “disease”. A phenomenal discovery made by Dr. med. Ryke Geerd Hamer.
germannewmedicine.ca/documents… Click on: Paradigm -> 5 biological laws.
Stephan Lanka is a hughe fan of Dr. Ryke Geerd Hamer.

Terran Downvale
Terran Downvale(@terran-downvale)
5 years ago

The first time I saw the word Zika, I immediately thought of the now-defunct 90s beverage Zima. Their slogan: Zomething different.

Note the Masonic checkerboard floor in the ad, lol 😉

Another slogan was “Go with plan Z.”

Terran Downvale
Terran Downvale(@terran-downvale)
5 years ago

Oh boy, looks like there’s even more to the Zika-Zima connection. It seems the Zika virus is of particular concern to pregnant women. Zima was popularly known as a “girly drink.”

From Wiki: Originally popular among young women, Coors made its first attempt at attracting young men to the brand in 1995 by marketing Zima Gold, an amber-colored beverage that promised a “taste of bourbon”; the drink was unpopular and disappeared from store shelves within the year.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zima_%28…

Terran Downvale
Terran Downvale(@terran-downvale)
5 years ago

Just adding a bit more here. So Zika is “girly Ebola.” Move over, tired, old Ebola. It’s time for zomething different. Time to institute Plan Z! And what’s with the zuspicious “agent”-looking dude standing in the background in the Zima commercial? He suddenly appears in the foreground after the rock singer screams. Could he represent Africa/Ebola? They then show a woman waving. Bye-bye dreams of motherhood? bigstory.ap.org/article/49b2e2… Sorry, I’m probably getting a little carried away here. But I DO still think there”s a Zika-Zima connection! Also, Zima means “winter” in Slavic languages. And when does Zika hysteria happen to hit… Read more »