August 26, 2019
Science and Technology should be able to figure out how to wipe out these little pestilence-spreading aircraft, so why haven’t they?
The third locally transmitted case of dengue fever this year has been confirmed in Miami-Dade County, the Florida Department of Health announced Friday.
The first case of the mosquito-borne ailment was confirmed in March. The second came earlier this month.
The three cases don’t seem to be related, the health department said in a statement. The department issued a mosquito-borne illness alert Friday after a resident of the county was diagnosed with the virus, which is spread through bites from infected Aedes aegypti mosquitoes. The Aedes also spread chikungunya and Zika virus.
Five cases of dengue fever among international travelers have been reported so far this year in Florida. Thirty-one travel-associated cases of Zika fever have been reported this year, but zero local cases, according to health department data.
Why are we not wiping out mosquitoes though?
A final solution to the Mosquito Question would be supported by most people everywhere, as everyone dislikes the little blood-suckers. This, in turn, would set the precedent for exterminating blood-sucking creatures that have been attacking us since the dawn of time and result in people being more open to the idea of exterminating Jews, who are pretty much exactly like mosquitoes.
This isn’t hyperbole. After reading what a mosquito expert has to say about mosquitoes, it’s pretty clear that Jews are mosquitoes in humanoid form.
The Deadliest Hunter of Humans on the Planet? The Mosquito
In this introduction to his book “The Mosquito,” Timothy C. Winegard profiles the creature that has killed the most people in history, changed the course of war and empire, and survived every attempt to wipe it out.
We are at war with the mosquito.
The mosquito has killed more people than any other cause of death in human history. Statistical extrapolation situates mosquito-inflicted deaths approaching half of all humans that have ever lived. In plain numbers, the mosquito has dispatched an estimated 52 billion people from a total of 108 billion throughout our relatively brief 200,000-year existence.
Yet, the mosquito does not directly harm anyone. It is the toxic and highly evolved diseases she transmits that cause an endless barrage of desolation and death. Without her, however, these sinister pathogens could not be transferred or vectored to humans nor continue their cyclical contagion. In fact, without her, these diseases would not exist at all. You cannot have one without the other.
As the mosquito transformed the landscapes of civilization, humans were unwittingly required to respond to her piercing universal projection of power. After all, the biting truth is that more than any other external participant, the mosquito, as our deadliest predator, drove the events of human history to create our present reality.
I think I can safely say that most of you reading this have one thing in common—a genuine hatred for mosquitoes. Bashing mosquitoes is a universal pastime and has been since the dawn of humanity. Across the ages, from our hominid ancestral evolution in Africa to the present day, we have been locked in an unsurpassed life-or-death struggle for survival with the not-so-simple mosquito. In this lopsided battle and unequal balance of power, historically, we did not stand a chance. Through evolutionary adaptation, our dogged and deadly archnemesis has repeatedly circumvented our efforts of extermination to continue her feverish uninterrupted feeding and her undefeated reign of terror. The mosquito remains the destroyer of worlds and the preeminent and globally distinguished killer of humankind.
Our war with the mosquito is the war of our world.
Indeed, bashing mosquitoes has always been a universal pastime.
Perhaps the reason we haven’t unleashed some kind of genetic virus or bioweapon to exterminate mosquitoes is that mosquitoes are so genetically close to Jews that any such weapon targeting one would inevitably target the other.
Or perhaps the Jews are just so sympathetic to other blood-sucking creatures that they move the strings from behind the scenes to thwart any efforts at exterminating the little flying Jews out of a feeling of comradeship.
Can you think of ANY other group that would be against wiping mosquitoes out?
We do all kinds of things with technology and science. We have all kinds of weapons. The reason mosquitoes are still here is not likely to be related to any kind of actual impediment in those fields.
We have to get to the bottom of this.