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Firefly369

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Much of Southern California lacks humidity (except during monsoon season), and doesn't have many mosquitos and biting bugs. 

Not this year.  There millions of mosquitos everywhere.  We would be outside for 2 hours and come back in with 20-30 mosquito bites.  People had huge welts across their limbs.  The bugs were biting at all times of the day.  You could not hide. 

My friends in Texas are also getting attacked by mosquitos all hours of the day.  Some of the bugs are the size of your thumb.

My mind immediately blamed Gates' bugs.  So I started researching it; I didn't sleep much for days.  I have quite a bit of research that connects to other areas too.  My laptop is in need of repair so this is all from my phone and takes a bit longer to type. 

TL;DR:

They modified male Aedes aegypti mosquitos by inserting a bacteria into them to make them sterile.  Their plan didn't work like they anticipated and the mosquitos bred anyways.  Millions of mosquitos are now spreading across the southern border of the US.  Starting this year, they released mosquitos modified by CRISPR technology in Florida to see if this method worked instead.

Most of us knew all this mosquito plan existed.  But there's more to this topic than just this surface plan of eradicating bugs.




The Basics:

The news says the Aedes aegypti mosquitos came to CA in 2015 on shipping containers.  (1) They can carry West Nile Virus, Zika, Chikungunya, Dengue and Yellow Fever viruses. (2)

In 2017, Google's company Verily released 15M+ of Aedes mosquitos in Fresno, CA.  Fresno is a moderate sized town in California's Central Valley in the middle of the state.  Central Valley provides a large amount of the produce in the US. 

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The male Aedes Aegypti mosquitoes have been infected with a naturally-occurring bacteria called Wolbachia back in Verily's high-tech labs in San Francisco. 
Once they're released, they'll attempt to mate with other female Aedes Aegypti mosquitoes and the bacteria will effectively result in them producing dud eggs, with the hopes of causing the population to taper off over time. 
This process is referred to as the sterile-insect technique, where a population is killed off by limiting its ability to reproduce. "
(3)

Other articles say it was 20M+ bugs that were released by Google. But they told people in Fresno not to worry about the millions of new bugs all around them; only females bite humans.

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The Debug mosquitoes are not genetically modified, but rather infected with a naturally-occurring bacteria called Wolbachia. These infected males are expected to mate with males, creating nonviable eggs that will result in a population drop. In addition, male mosquitoes don’t bite, meaning Fresno residents shouldn’t be worried about their presence. Similar projects have been launched by organizations like the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, using Wolbachia to combat deadly mosquitos. Verily’s innovation is in creating machines that automatically raise, count and sort the mosquitoes according to sex, making the campaign viable for large-scale use.  (4)

So that was 2017.  The scientists and media cheered when the population dropped and their planned seemed to be working.

Funny thing is, if you go back to the EPA'S website, you find that they approved the studies of the modified mosquitos to start in 2015- NOT 2017.  So the media's story of the 2015 "shipping containers" could easily be more MSM BS. They started their tests in 2015.

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EPA has approved and expanded an existing experimental use permit (EUP) for Wolbachia pipientis-infected Aedes aegypti mosquitoes. Wolbachia are naturally occurring bacteria commonly found in most insect species, but not in the Aedes aegypti. The EUP was issued to the University of Kentucky’s Department of Entomology (UKDE) in October 2015 for limited testing in Fresno County, California. The updated EUP also authorizes testing to evaluate the Wolbachia pipientis bacteria’s effectiveness in suppressing and eliminating Aedes aegypti mosquitoes at particular sites in Fresno and Orange County in California and Monroe County in Florida.
Wolbachia pipientis are bacteria that generally do not occur in wild populations of Aedes aegypti. This strain of Wolbachia is extracted from Aedes albopictus embryos and microinjected into Aedes aegypti embryos.  These male Aedes aegypti mosquitoes are shipped to testing sites where they are released and mate with wild-type Aedes aegypti females that do not carry Wolbachia. After mating, the bacteria prevents the new embryos from developing properly so the mosquitoes cannot successfully reproduce.  (5)

In 2019, an article came out stating that the GMO mosquitos were breeding with local native mosquitos and had hybrid babies. They were cross breeding with other mosquito species, too.
 The plan of creating sterile mosquitos didn't work.   These hybrids took on the DNA from both parents, including some of the GMO DNA. 

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For 10 years, the company Oxitec has been testing whether genetically modified (GM) mosquitoes can suppress populations of their natural brethren, which carry devastating viruses such as Zika and dengue. Its strategy: Deploy (nonbiting) male Aedes aegypti mosquitoes bearing a gene that should doom most of their offspring before adulthood.
Now, a team of independent researchers analyzing an early trial of Oxitec's technology is raising alarm—and drawing fire from the firm—with a report that some offspring of the GM mosquitoes survived and produced offspring that also made it to sexual maturity. As a result, local mosquitoes inherited pieces of the genomes of the GM mosquitoes, the team revealed last week in Scientific Reports.

But the paper's suggestion that this genetic mixing could have made the mosquito population "more robust"—more resistant to insecticides, for example, or more likely to transmit disease—has triggered anti-GM news reports, a backlash from some scientists, and strong pushback from Oxitec. The company, a subsidiary of U.S. biotech Intrexon, has a lot at stake; it recently submitted a new generation of its GM mosquitoes for U.S. regulatory review and hopes to conduct its first U.S. field test next year.

Even before Oxitec conducted pilot releases of its altered mosquitoes in Brazil, Malaysia, and the Cayman Islands, it knew the inserted gene wasn't inevitably lethal. Lab tests had shown that when the GM males mated with wild females, roughly 3% of their offspring survived. "We've been very clear about that," Rose says.
What wasn't clear was whether those rare offspring, often sickly in the lab, could themselves produce progeny, Powell says. 

Last week, the U.S. Environmental Protection opened a monthlong window for public comments on the company's proposed releases in Florida and Texas.  (6)

So we have known releases in Brazil, Malaysia, Cayman Islands, CA, Texas, and Florida.

The testing on creating these GMO bugs has been going on since at least 2009. In 2014, they realized that mosquitos with the Wolbachia bacteria actually carried West Nile Virus at a rate higher than those without it.  (7) 

This was an interesting blog on the whole topic, which I found while doing my one research.

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At one point, they were considering using Spiroplasma in place of the Wolbachia, where the University of California ran, as far as we know, limited experiments with Spiroplasma, even as the potential connection between Spiroplasma and Transmissible Spongiform Encephalopathies (TSE) was brought up in earlier congressional hearings. Most of the earlier tests taking place around Georgia and Florida in the 50s and 60s were done using the Aedes aegypti mosquito.

Present day tests are going with the idea that the mosquitoes will breed themselves out due to the infertility inflicted on them by the Wolbachia or Spiroplasma, but it was also found that the mosquitoes began mating with other species of Aedes mosquitoes, such as Aedes albopictus.  This was already demonstrated to occur from as far back as 1949, when the University of Kansas and the International Health Division of the Rockefeller Foundation published the results in Experiments in Crossing the Aedes (Stegomyia) aegypti Linneus and Aedes (Stegomyia) albopictus Skuse. The EPA then included the Aedes albopictus into the Wolbachia-enhanced mosquito program the following year in 2017. 
(8.)

TSE is prion disease (like mad cow disease).

In 2020, Oxitec came out with portable water solvable capsules filled with GM Aedes mosquito eggs.

"Effective mosquito control without the use of insecticides can now be achieved by soaking an egg-filled mini capsule in water, thanks to new technology developed by Oxitec Ltd.

The mini capsule is being developed to be the first insect-based Aedes aegypti technology that can be manufactured in centralized facilities around the world and then shipped, stored and deployed on demand anywhere, without the need for expert staff or special equipment or tools for handling.
It is intended to be a cost-effective, customizable approach to successfully controlling the disease-carrying mosquitoes in a range of environments"  (9)

This same company changed the method of treating mosquitos from using the bacteria to using CRISPR technology to modify the male's genes to see if this method worked better.  Those mosquitos were released in Florida this year.  They were filing for permission to release them in Texas, too.

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Aedes aegypti makes up about 4% of the mosquito population in the Keys, a chain of tropical islands off the southern tip of Florida. But it is responsible for practically all mosquito-borne disease transmitted to humans in the region, according to the Florida Keys Mosquito Control District (FKMCD), which is working closely with Oxitec on the project. Researchers and technicians working on the project will release bioengineered male Aedes aegypti mosquitoes, which don’t bite, to mate with the wild female population, responsible for biting prey and transmitting disease. The genetically engineered males carry a gene that passes to their offspring and kills female progeny in early larval stages. Male offspring won’t die but instead will become carriers of the gene and pass it to future generations. 
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So now egg pods can be released anywhere in the world, and they can add water to activate it and release the GM bugs.

Oxitec Ltd is funded by the Gates Foundation. 

This is the basics of the mosquito modification program.


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TL;DR: 

The beagle experiments Fauci did were to develop a vaccine for the tropical disease lymphatic filariasis.  This disease is transmitted by mosquitos and caused by microscopic roundworms.  One type of the mosquito that can carry it is the Aedes mosquito, which they have released millions and millions of them across the globe in their mosquito modification programs.

This disease is found in India, the Caribbean, Malaysia, etc etc.



Dr.Fauci spent $400K+ on experiments on beagles.  They infected 28 beagles with a parasite and then killed all the dogs after 3 months. 

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The ‘White Coat Waste Project’ informed that the beagles were healthy when they were subjected to parasite infestation.
To add to that, the said parasite was also known to spread to humans. The WCW Project noted that the dogs suffered 3 months of excruciating pain and that they were euthanised for blood collection after the experiments were over. As per the documents obtained, the experiments were conducted in September 2020 at the University of Georgia. The Project accused Dr. Fauci of ordering the experiments and later blaming it on the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Division. The Project also revealed that cruel experiments were undertaken to find a treatment for a ‘tropical disease’ named lymphatic filariasis. It added that the tests were also conducted on animals, other than beagles.
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The dogs could not be adopted out because they were contagious to humans.  Why did they do this? 

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Greg Trevor, associate vice president for marketing and communications at the University of Georgia said the research was for a potential vaccine, developed at another institution, that would protect against a disease affecting 120 million people.
He said in an emailed statement that under federal rules, a vaccine must be tested in two animal species before it can be cleared for human clinical trials. When NIAID decided to fund this research, the agency determined that the research needed to be conducted on a dog model.
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They claim to be looking to create a vaccine for lymphatic filariasis, aka elephantiasis.   

This is in the search result for filarias under WHO.  Sadly, they have revamped their website so I can't reference it now.

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The parasitic disease covered is caused by nematodes of the superfamily Filarioidea. Although this group includes lymphatic filariasis (elephantiasis), onchocerciasis (river blindness), loiasis (Calabar swelling) and forms of mansonellosis, the term filariasis is usually used to describe lymphatic filariasis caused by Wuchereria bancrofti, Brugia malayi or B. timori."

this is what it says now:

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Lymphatic filariasis, commonly known as elephantiasis, is a painful and profoundly disfiguring disease. It is caused by infection with parasites classified as nematodes (roundworms) of the family Filariodidea that are transmitted through the bites of infected mosquitos. Mosquito-transmitted larvae are deposited on the skin from where they can enter the body. The larvae then migrate to the lymphatic vessels where they develop into adult worms, thus continuing a cycle of transmission.

Wucberia bancrofti is a filarial (arthropod-borne) nematode (roundworm) that is the major cause of lymphatic filariasis. It is one of the three parasitic worms, together with Brugia malayi and B. timori, that infect the lymphatic system to cause lymphatic filariasis

The mosquito vectors of W. bancrofti have a preference for human blood; humans are apparently the only animals naturally infected with W. bancrofti
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River blindness... that is what Ivermectin has been known for curing...

In 2020, an Indian dr tested his covid patient for the W. bancrofti.  It was the first documented case of co-morbidity. 

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During his stay, microfilaria of Wuchereria bancrofti was detected incidentally on a blood smear exam. Consequently, the patient received appropriate treatment for both conditions. In order not to miss relevant concomitant diagnoses, it is prudent to keep a broad differential diagnosis when faced with SARS-CoV-2–infected patients; this is especially true when atypical symptoms are present or in areas endemic with other infections. 
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Interesting that Ivermectin has cured all the covid cases in India... maybe it wasn't just covid there....

So what is lymphatic filariasis?? It's microscopic roundworms that get into your lymphatic system and cause your body to swell.

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Lymphatic filariasis which is caused due to transmission of parasitic worms by mosquitoes is a contagious disease. Lymphatic filariasis is contagious even during the stage when larvae are getting converted into full- grown parasites. The infected person may not even show any symptoms of elephantiasis at this stage. An infected mosquito can however transfer the parasite/ larvae from one person to another. In most cases, the mosquitoes transfer the larvae of the parasite, rather than the full grown parasite itself, into the human host. Though the filarial parasites grow within the lymph nodes, larvae of these parasites have the ability to penetrate into the bloodstream and can obstruct the blood flow through the blood vessels or the nodes. Other serious medical conditions such as gangrene and streptococcal lymphangitis may precipitate as a result of elephantiasis larvae infection.
(6)

It's contagious between people, and is carried by several types of mosquitos.  One type that carries it is the Aedes mosquitos - the same ones that are being released by the millions by various companies.  The modified mosquitos were given a modified Wolbachia bacteria to carry.  The filariasis nematodes also a carry Wolbachia bacteria. 

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Wolbachia pipientis is a widespread intracellular bacterial symbiont of arthropods and is common in insects. One of their more exotic and unexpected hosts is the filarial nematodes, notable for the parasites responsible for onchocerciasis (river blindness), lymphatic filariasis (elephantiasis) and dirofilariasis (heartworm). Wolbachia are only present in a subgroup of the filarial nematodes and do not extend to other groups of nematodes either parasitic or free-living. In the medically and veterinary important species that host Wolbachia, the symbiont has become an essential partner to key biological processes in the life of the nematode to the point where antibiotic elimination of the bacteria leads to a potent and effective anti-filarial drug treatment.
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So Fauci wanted to make a vaccine for this.  But eradicating filariasis has been a goal for the UN for many years.  Scientists across the world have been working on drugs to cure this. They found a simple antibacterial worked to elimate filariasis.  Two new drugs were created by AstraZenica and others that specifically target the Wolbachia bacteria.  There are two medicines in Phase II trials (since 2019). 

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AAWZ1066S showed far superior efficacy (depletion of Wolbachia and sterilisation of microfilaria production) than the ‘Gold-standard’ anti-Wolbachia drug, doxycycline, at 7-day treatment regimens in two independent filarial infection animal models. Importantly, AWZ1066S is highly specific against Wolbachia with little effect against a range of clinically relevant bacterial strains. This high specificity against Wolbachia minimises the impact on the gut microbiota, lowering the risk of dysbiosis (microbial imbalance) and the selection and emergence of resistance, in comparison to other anti-Wolbachia based broad spectrum antibiotic treatments.
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Were Fauci's dog trials researching the new  two treatment methods?  Or was he having his labs develop an entirely new vaccine for lymphatic filariasis?   Was he using US taxpayer money to study this because he felt it was a threat to the US? 

A 2021 paper noted that many tropical diseases are just not treated in the Caribbean because of costs. 

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Neglected tropical diseases (NTDs) in developing countries like the Caribbean, negatively affect multiple income-generating sectors, including the tourism industry upon which island states are highly dependent. Insect-transmitted NTDs include, but are not limited to, malaria, dengue and lymphatic filariasis. Control measures for these disease, are often ignored because of the associated cost. Many of the developing country members are thus retained in a financially crippling cycle, balancing the cost of prophylactic measures with that of controlling an outbreak
(9)

Perhaps Fauci anticipated the influx of Haitian immigrants (an anticipated 60K are expected to cross over the Texas border this month)  (10).  Knowing tropical lymphatic filariasis exists in Haiti, and knowing many of these illegal immigrants are infected, and knowing they are entering Texas where millions of mosquitos are released....

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Why would a town in New York spray for mosquitos at the end of Sept? Wouldn't you think it was the end of mosquito season?

curious and curiouser...



Aerial spraying to reduce numbers of disease-carrying mosquitoes over five southwestern Cattaraugus County towns began Monday night after being delayed for several days by weather conditions.

Duflo owner Jeff Duflo told health department officials he thought it would take four nights to do the initial spraying. Wind and rain had prevented him from flying from Friday through Sunday nights.

Kontrol 30-30 contains permethrin and is highly toxic to bees and extremely toxic to aquatic organisms, including fish and aquatic invertebrates.

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