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Zika hysteria could make intercourse illegal for those who are infected... similar to HIV/AIDS carriers


Zika hysteria

(NaturalNews) Hysteria over the Zika virus continues to spread – with the help of government health authorities and the media – and the latest scare tactics could lead to the legal banning of sexual intercourse for those who become infected.

On August 26, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released a report regarding the alleged sexual transmission of the Zika virus by a man who displayed no symptoms of the disease before or after having intercourse with his female partner, who subsequently contracted the disease.

The case involved a Maryland man who had traveled to the Dominican Republic – a country where a Zika outbreak is underway – but who showed no signs of the disease when he returned and engaged in unprotected sex with his partner.

The woman had not traveled to any Zika-infested areas, and the CDC is claiming that the case is the first of its kind – at least in the United States – in which a seemingly uninfected person transmitted the disease through sexual activity.

Although doctors say that this type of transmission is extremely rare, the CDC report – which has been dutifully covered by the Associated Press – is likely to only heighten the paranoia regarding the Zika virus.

In fact, it's not too difficult to imagine a scenario in the near future where sexual intercourse involving those infected by Zika is made illegal by government authorities, similar to laws created in response to the spread of HIV/AIDS.

Uncovering the Zika virus hoax and the true agenda behind it

Many independent observers who are skeptical about the Zika virus phenomenon have questioned the government's handling of the issue, and regard much of the media-fueled hysteria as propaganda that has been manufactured to serve a number of hidden agendas. In other words, the so-called "Zika virus epidemic" may be largely a hoax.

To begin with, there is little evidence that the Zika virus actually has caused any cases of microcephaly, as reported by Natural News in February, 2016:

"Of the initial 4,180 suspected cases of microcephaly, only 270 cases have been confirmed by Brazil's Health Ministry as actual microcephaly. Of the 270 cases, medical researchers could only correlate six cases of microcephaly to the Zika virus. This means 264 confirmed microcephaly cases didn't even show a trace of Zika virus! So why is Zika virus being blamed for the birth defect?"

The answer to that question appears to be that the microcephaly cases in Brazil were actually caused by the widespread use of a larvicide manufactured by a company widely considered to be a "subsidiary" of Monsanto.

But that's just one aspect of the real story.

A fiendishly clever plot

As Natural News founder/editor Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, has since reported, the Zika hoax conveniently serves the agendas of a number of corporate, governmental and globalist entities, including the vaccine industry, the chemical industry and those pushing for global depopulation:

"The Zika virus narrative is a massive quack science hoax that's being pushed solely to sell more chemicals, more GM mosquitoes, more vaccines and more fumigation of the Brazilian population with deadly substances."

The Zika hoax is fiendishly clever in that it assists the depopulation agenda while simultaneously furthering the interests of Big Pharma, the GMO industry and those who wish to control the population through fear tactics.

This latest "development" could be designed to prepare the United States for a purposely-engineered widespread outbreak of Zika virus, in which sexual intercourse is deemed illegal until a Zika vaccine becomes available and the entire population is forced to receive their shots – whether they like it or not.

Some might dismiss this as "tinfoil hat" conspiracy talk, but anyone who takes the time to investigate the facts for themselves is likely to arrive at a similar conclusion.

The problem is that most people won't bother with consulting the results of any independent research, and will simply accept the government and media version of the "truth" – and that may lead to a scenario that should be feared far more than the supposed dangers of the Zika virus itself.

Sources:

Hosted.AP.org

CDC.gov

IDS.AC.uk

NaturalNews.com

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