The U.S. is fumigating Puerto Rico in several ways: a Financial Control Board will soon arrive, many beaches will be privatized, and “public private partnerships” will spring up all over the island.
But the U.S. will also fumigate Puerto Rico with deadly NALED poison.
NALED is supposedly an insecticide…but it is actually a “leading edge clinical trial drug.”
Puerto Ricans are very familiar with “clinical trial” drugs, since many of the clinical trials are conducted on Puerto Ricans.
WHERE IT COMES FROM
NALED is technically called Dibromo-2-Dichloroethylphosphate. This is a derivative of Dibromo-3-Chloropropane (also known as DBCP), which farmers in all 50 states stopped using as of 1985.
An excellent study of DBCP occurs in the book Circle of Poison, which is still available on Amazon:
The book became an award-winning film, with interviews of Jimmy Carter and the Dalai Lama.
In Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Honduras, Guatemala and Panama, thousands of agricultural workers sued the Dole Food Co. for serious illness caused by DBCP. In Nicaragua alone, Dole had to pay $600 million in DBCP court judgments.
Here in the US, as recently as 2007, a Los Angeles jury awarded $3.2 million to six farm workers who were rendered sterile by DBCP.
The DBCP experimental derivative called NALED is now produced by Valent USA, which has a global collaboration agreement with Monsanto.
WHAT NALED ACTUALLY DOES
NALED will not only kill mosquitoes.
It also kills bees…which will impair pollination all over Puerto Rico.
It has “chronic and acute health effects on both animals and the environment.”
It is “very toxic to most organisms,” and has a “severe skin and eye irritant” which can be ingested through food or water.
NALED exposure can cause tremors, blurred vision, breathing difficulty, pulmonary atrophy, and cardiac depression. In severe cases it can cause convulsions, paralysis, coma or death.
Dr. Fernando Cabanillas, an internationally known oncologist, is the director of the Auxilio Centro de Cancer in San Juan, and a Professor of Clinical Medicine at the University of Texas School of Medicine. After years of research and client diagnoses, Dr. Cabanillas has found, that NALED is directly linked to cancer in humans.
NALED IS NOT VERY EFFECTIVE
Here is the greatest irony…for all this damage, NALED is not very effective.
The US government will pay hundreds of millions of dollars to Valent USA and Monsanto, for a “mosquito control” program that does not even work.
An 11-year study was conducted by the New York State Dept. of Health, and published in 1997 by the Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association. It found that NALED curbed the mosquito population in the very short term…but over the entire 11-year period, it was worse than useless …because the mosquito population multiplied 15-fold (1,500%).
In Puerto Rico, Dr. Luis Hernández is a life-long entomologist who is frequently hired by many municipalities throughout the island, as an insect-control professional. According to Dr. Hernández, NALED fumigation is highly inefficient, because many of the mosquitoes are indoors.
So who does this “Zika control program” really benefit? The people of Puerto Rico…or the stockholders, lobbyists and CEOs of Monsanto and Valent USA?
NALED in the WATER SUPPLY…because you owe us TWO million!
The CDC, which is so “concerned” about public health in Puerto Rico, recently announced that as of yesterday, July 1, it will no longer monitor the water supply of Puerto Rico…because Puerto Rico owes them $2 million.
This is very convenient, because one of the primary means of human exposure to NALED is through the water supply of Puerto Rico.
So precisely when Puerto Rico will be fumigated with NALED, is when the CDC decides to stop monitoring the toxic presence of NALED, in the water supply of Puerto Rico.
In this manner, the CDC will pay hundreds of millions of dollars to Valent USA and Monsanto to “protect” the public health of Puerto Rico…at the same time that it refuses to monitor that public health, because of an alleged debt of two million.
This makes as much sense as Juan Bobo holding a press conference, to combat the Zika virus with ice cream cones.
Juan Bobo announces his anti- Zika program for Puerto Rico