· Colombia Reports · 2016
Someone, somewhere is trying to run a serious bullshit maneuver on the world public. Colombia has just released its latest Zika virus statistics, indicating a total of 72,000 new infections thus far this year, of which 13,000 occurred in pregnant females, with a total of 4 babies born with microcephaly. The WHO reports first indicated a monthly suspected rate of microcephaly in Colombia to be at 50 per month, then down to 33, and now a confirmed 4 cases in total in the first 16 weeks of 2016. Compare this to the number of Zika infections in Brazil, which is estimated at 91,000, with 4000 cases of microcephaly suspected and 144 thus far confirmed. Remember we are talking about the same viral vector, spread by the same two genus of mosquito, under a population consisting of roughly the same mix of indigenous and European ancestry, showing such a vast discrepancy in number of infants affected, and still the WHO, the CDC and the USA government refuse to investigate alternative causes.