posted on Apr, 29 2004 @ 05:01 PM
Since Mosquito seoson is coming up I'd thought I'd make this an issue. Living in Maryland I know that the blood suckers are nasty. But west nile
virus spray trucks and helicopters I think is probaly a more effective way of Chem Trailing.
Since they started spraying the crab and oyster population has been dwindling. The agricultural department says its from over fishing but lobster
populations north of here have also been dramaticly falling.
Furthermore, Ground and Aerial sprayng are the least effective mosquito prevention techniques says the center for diseise control an prevention. Also
westNile Virus is far from a deadly disiese. For example 7 people in New York contracted the diseise and finnaly died. By comparison, 2,000 New york
residents died from influenza in 2000.
A report in the New York Daily News (9/9/00) tells of a woman who was sprayed directly on the street in Manhattan with Anvil (sumithrin) and ended up
in the emergency room after experiencing blurry vision, nausea, itching, coughing, choking and a swollen tongue. "I threw up three days in a row, I
really thought I was going to die," said the unidentified woman. In the story, a New York City Health Department spokesperson says this incident was
one of 200 complaints from people who called the city's pesticide hotline stating the spraying had made them sick.7
As you can see the chemicals cause worse side effects then the virus itself. The spray has pyrethoids(sp?) in it . A chemical proven to disrupt
hormones lowering sperm counts and causing breast cancer.
But the most significant evidence I found of mind control is the neurological damage.
study conducted by the Physiological Institute at Ludwig Maximilians University in Munich, Germany, found that although "a majority of complaints
following an acute pyrethroid intoxication disappeared after the end of exposure," several effects were still seen in patients after more than two
years. Among these long-term symptoms were " 1) cerebro-organic disorders (reduced intellectual performance with 20%-30% reduction of endurance
during mental work, personality disorder), visual disturbances, dysacousia, tinnitus; 2) sensomotor-polyneuropathy, most frequently in the lower legs;
3) vegetative nervous disorders," including increased heat-sensitivity and reduced exercise tolerance due to circulatory disorder. The study
concludes, "Many of these patients exhibit pathological autoimmune diagnostical findings and developed autoimmune diseases."59
So I conclude this is a very dangerous thing and the EPA should not be spraying this.