Miami Sprays Dangerous Insecticide That Causes Microcephaly

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Date: August 8th, 2016

sprayFlorida – 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.

The crew and aircraft used in the operation was flown in from Sarasota. The King Air Beechcraft fixed-wing, dual-engine plane is specially equipped with nozzles on the wing to disperse the chemical, called Naled, that is meant to kill adult mosquitoes that could be carrying the Zika virus.

Naled can cause respiratory problems in people who are exposed to it and long term exposure can cause possible neurological problems, according to Cornell University.  More

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One Response to “Miami Sprays Dangerous Insecticide That Causes Microcephaly”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    So the chemicals they’re dispersing in the air have the same effect on humans as the Zika virus? There’s a brilliant idea! Has anyone considered what those chemicals will do to the necessary mosquito-eating critters (bats, birds, frogs, etc)?

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