Is there a diabolical connection between the sudden cases of malaria in Florida and Texas and the genetically modified mosquitoes backed by billionaire Bill Gates? In a harrowing tale of biotechnology, public health crises, and the unchecked influence of wealth, an unsettling pattern begins to emerge.
Astonishingly, the CDC has just confirmed five new malaria cases that have sprung up in Florida and Texas. This sudden flare-up of local malaria, an occurrence unseen in the U.S since 2003, is enough to set off alarm bells. Let’s consider this, on average, we witness around 2,000 imported malaria cases yearly, primarily brought into the country by travelers.
So, this sudden burst of local cases seems, well, more than coincidental, doesn’t it?
In an intriguing plot twist, we find Bill Gates, the billionaire philanthropist, playing puppet-master in this dangerous game of bioengineering through Oxitec, a Gates Foundation-subsidized company. In an ambitious trial, they have been releasing genetically modified male Aedes aegypti mosquitoes into the Florida Keys, California, and Southeast Texas, hoping to cause a mass die-off of the species.
But with the sudden appearance of malaria cases, the question must be asked – are we tampering with something we truly understand?
It’s disconcerting to note that the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), as reported by Jaydee Hanson, Policy Director for the International Center for Technology Assessment and Center for Food Safety, did not require peer review or even preliminary caged trials in Florida and Texas. They also seemed to disregard public comments by not posting relevant documents at the time of the trial’s approval.
The EPA seems to have disregarded potential fallout.
A group of independent experts testified to the Florida Keys mosquito board in March that these genetically engineered mosquitoes could pose significant threats to both sensitive ecosystems and human populations in Florida Keys, the Daily Mail reported.
In a spectacular twist of irony, Bill Gates, the very same man backing this ecological gamble, is also financially supporting GlaxoSmithKline, who in 2021, developed a Malaria Vaccine.
Is this not a case of creating a problem, then providing the solution?
Can we ignore the fact that with every problem and its solution, Gates’ fortune expands?
Gates’ reputation has been progressively corroded following his dubious hand in the rollout of Covid vaccines, which have reportedly caused harm and even death to millions. His acquisition of American farmland, favoring GMO crops and livestock, has raised questions on his intentions. His close association with Jeffrey Epstein, coupled with claims of sexual harassment, have painted a questionable image. His hypocrisy on climate change has made him the poster boy of the Elite’s inconsistency.
Now, media giants like the Associated Press and Forbes, who have launched scathing pieces against those questioning Gates’ motives, seem to be playing right into his hands.
One must question whether Bill Gates, a man with a track record of controversy and distrust, should wield such power and influence over global health matters.
The question is not only about his intentions but also about his capability and morality to handle the intricate balance of our planet’s ecosystems.
Is the world’s health and safety in the hands of the right person?
Or is it time we started asking harder questions?