The scientific origin of the Zika virus
The scientific origin of the Zika virus is that the virus is named after the Ugandan Zikabos because it was there for the first time in 1947, isolated from the blood of a Rhesus monkey. It was only in 1968, the virus succeeded in demonstrating in people.
The Zika virus is endemic in large parts of Africa. As a result of human influences, the virus also surfaced in Asia, including countries in Central Asia, South East Asia, and Yap Island (Micronesia) in the Pacific.
At that specific time, the fear is that the virus will quickly spread through the different islands in the Pacific Ocean will and eventually reach the American continent. That fear has become a reality by ending up in South America and Germany today, the country of Hitler.
The Zika virus in South America, adds as a third virus disease, which can be transmitted by the Aedes aegypti mosquito, shows symptoms that match a mild form of dengue, including joint pain, headache, and fever.
On November 6, 2015, the virus also made headlines in Suriname. The laboratory of the University Hospital Paramaribo (AKKAR) has fixed may argue that some patients have sustained the Zika virus. In January 2016 first Zika test virus was developed in Germany. The researchers found out that only one in five people infected with the Zika virus will get sick.
Rockefeller Foundation in Entebbe (Uganda)
Supranational poison factories must keep running, so every day with loads of drugs out of the gate they are flooded and can be found anywhere in the world, once sold. All indications in the past century, there are science experiments in Africa with a number of manipulated infinite microorganisms in Saharan Africa and beneath. It was clear from the outset as Africa became an excellent breeding ground for those interested.
In 1936, the British Government and the Rockefeller Foundation in Entebbe (Uganda), built the Yellow Fever Research Institute. In the very isolated regions of Bwamba, West Nile Virus (1940) and a Bwamba-fever virus (1941) were discovered. In 1944, they met the Semliki Forest virus, and in 1946, two more viruses were found.
They were the Mengo-encephalitis virus and the Bunyavirus (like the Crimean-Congo virus and the hantavirus which is a member of the Bunya-aviridae).
American and British scientists found out that the region of Uganda was actually swarming with viruses. In the fifties and sixties were fifteen others, among the ‘Bwamba group. Recharged viruses are found in an area mainly occupied by the agricultural population. According to the Englishman Cook, in 1901, very rarely faced diseases occurred.
Within a few decades, Bwamba became a unique cluster of the most remarkable and particularly malicious virus species, which from the outset have been very willing to rely on researchers from France, England, and the United States, once one of those viruses again struck somewhere.
During the Cold War, Uganda was engaged with both military and civilian doctors. In the Bwamba region, the Yellow Fever Research Institute was then very active, and in Entebbe and in the Zika forest, much research was conducted by the East African Virus Research Institute.
In addition, several military hospitals were scattered across the country. Hospitals were located near the city of Arua. EH Williams and Kuluva-hospitals, serving the American mission in 1941. Between 1951 and 1965, Williams’ hospital recorded more than 41,000 patients with the same disease.
For over 50 years, the region is plagued by various diseases in the city of Arua. Between 1943 and 1944, there raged a very deadly measles epidemic. In the early sixties, many infants had anemia and half of those children later died of malaria infection, according to official statements. The Kaposi’s sarcoma was active and in 1966, there was an epidemic of Burkitt’s lymphoma, followed by an outbreak of Hepatitis-B.
After 1970, the inhabitants of the region were particularly affected by tetanus infections and in 1978, the measles came back. In the eighties, it is known that people were suffering from AIDS and in 1989 and 1990, scientists from the Institute Pasteur were back to inject Ugandan children with 1,558,800 doses of TB vaccine.
Thereafter, in Kenya and Zimbabwe, it was recorded that the vaccine had serious side effects. The diseases were then given all sorts of weird names but not the name that was right: “AIDS!”
Old Nazi institutes continue their collaboration with western institutes. There were also three foreign delegations present namely Behringwerke AG, in Marburg, am Lahn and the Paul Ehrlich Institute, in Frankfurt am Main, both from Germany. What they did in the Second World War, we all know about it and there was also the Institute of Sera and Vaccine Immunology in Zagreb, from the former Yugoslavia.
Precisely those three institutions were closely involved in the development of the Ebola virus, which was officially born in 1967, in the German Marburg. Whereas the Wistar Institute one of the world’s leading institutes has become involved especially in the field of retroviruses and Aids in humans and animals.
Present were very smart people, but beware of the fact that they showed that ‘smartness in a form of stupidity because why should they use human beings to carry out experiments? They all discussed the highlights of a large number of vaccines specifically tested in Central and West Africa and innocent people were executed.
These were supposedly tested vaccines against smallpox, polio, measles, leukemia, and Epstein Barr Virus. Especially the latter virus in the civilized countries just causes glandular fever, but in African countries, it leads to cancer and AIDS as a result of genetic manipulation.
The development and testing of viruses on humans and animals were mainly conducted under the auspices of the CIA and the necessary biological warfare preparations were manufactured by MSD and Litton BioNetic. The first South African who went over to ring the bell was a physician.
When he published his research, what happened next: He had a motorcycle accident and was killed.
News of that accident appeared in a local newspaper in the Ugandan city of Kampala, an article that the CIA was accused of the fact that its employees disguised as scholars and journalists, spreading lies about the origin of the AIDS virus just as they did to Thabo Mbeki.
Not long after this verbal battle ended, in the house of Wilson Carswell, one of the leaders of the Ugandan AIDS research, his entire contents, including computer equipment and all files were completely destroyed. At least that was officially notified. Carswell, a soldier of the British Army, ostensibly managed to escape.
Later he dived into the complex biological warfare from the British in Porton Down. Since he became head of the AIDS Unit, at the Department of National Health, he was primarily responsible for population change in South Africa outage.