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How the US Military, Big Tech & Pharma, & Global Banksters are Turning Mosquitoes into Flying mRNA Syringes

This is what happens when people say no to psychopaths; nature gets weaponized.

We are witnessing the rollout of the US Military, Big Tech, Big Pharma, and Global Bankster’s weaponization of nature. Under the guise of “protecting the masses” from insect-borne diseases, DARPA, BARDA, and DoD have funded Moderna to create mRNA vaccines ala mosquitoes.

In addition, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, the Wellcome Trust, Oxitec, DARPA, BARDA, and GlaxoSmithKline, have all been creating and testing on the unknowing public gene editing mosquitoes, turning them into the “new syringe.”


It just so happens that Moderna, now famous for their bioweapon Covid-19 shot, has been preparing an additional mRNA vaccine to fight these peaking rising mosquito-borne diseases. 

Moderna received 125 million dollars from BARDA to develop an mRNA Zika vaccine. Moderna received 25 million from DARPA to fight Chikungunya with another mRNA vaccine.

Another concern: Oxitec was purchased by Precigen, Inc (formerly Intrexon) for 160,000,000 in 2015. It was then picked up by Third Security, a global biotech/pharma manager.

This is starting to make sense: Create the “problem” and provide the pharmaceutical solution to the tune of billions of dollars in vaccines, liability-free.

In 2015, Intrexon purchased Oxitec, a maker of genetically sterile insects, for $160 million. In April 2019, Intrexon formed a subsidiary called Precigen, focusing on human gene therapy…. In early 2020, Intrexon adopted the name of its subsidiary, Precigen, and narrowed its focus to human gene editing.

Shady. Precigen, Inc is a biotech company set to create therapeutics for profit.

Precigen is a dedicated discovery and clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company advancing the next generation of gene and cell therapies using precision technology to target the most urgent and intractable diseases in immuno-oncology, autoimmune disorders, and infectious diseases.

It was in 2012 when Gates and the U.S. military began conducting studies to transform mosquitoes into, you guessed it, flying needles:

Immunization Via Mosquito Bite With Radiation-attenuated Sporozoites (IMRAS)

One, two, or three years ago, this would not have sounded alarm bells for the average American. But now that many of us are clued into the psychopathic works of Bill Gates, the control of the Covid-19 program by the DoD & FDA, HHS, DARPA BARDA, NIH, & CDC, and most recently, the WHO’s current attempt to take over the planet with their Plandemic Treaty, etc., etc., this is all beginning to look very ominous.

Since 2009 the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has funded tens of millions of dollars to the British company Oxitec, developing transgenic Aedes aegypti mosquitoes as reported here, here, here, and here, and beginning the world’s first outdoor trial of genetically modified (GM) mosquitoes on the Caribbean island of Grand Cayman in 2009…. to the dismay of the local islanders.

Gates continues to invest heavily in the GM mosquitoes that have now been released in Florida and, most recently, Visalia, California…. to the tune of 2.4 billion mosquitoes total.

The Environmental Protection Agency has cleared the release of 2.4 billion genetically-modified mosquitoes in California and Florida. The mosquitoes, created by biotech firm Oxitec, will be non-biting Aedes aegypti males engineered to only produce viable male offspring, per the company. Oxitec says the plan will reduce numbers of the invasive Aedes aegypti, which can carry diseases like Zika, Yellow fever, and Dengue.

From the (2022):

The pilot study was not intended to determine how well the method suppresses the wild population. Oxitec plans to gather those data in an extension of the Florida Keys study. It needs approval from state regulators, but hopes to begin soon. The company plans to release mosquitoes at a second study site in Visalia, California, where it is building a research and development facility.

But wait, California doesn’t have a serious issue of “potentially virus-carrying mosquitoes” that transmit Zika, Yellow fever, or Dengue….

Or at least we didn’t.

Mosquitoes at my window…. all throughout winter. WTH?


I must interject a personal tirade. It’s a very wintery March 11th, and I’m looking at one of these GM mosquitoes as I write this…. 1.5 feet away from my face, on the other side of my window pane. I can’t tell you how disturbing and angry this makes me.

I keep thinking I must teach myself how to build a traveling guillotine. We are dealing with monsters.

Since October of 2022, I have witnessed an unprecedented population of mosquitoes throughout the worst winter I have ever known. To be clear, mosquitoes can not exist under 50°F. We have been hovering in the 30s-40s for many months now.

What we have been encountering throughout the winter are not natural mosquitoes… what has been altered in them to allow for living in 30°F temperatures throughout the winter?

If this has been changed genetically, what else has been altered?

What is frightful is that there are more mosquitoes now, during a historic and frigid winter than what is customary in summer during regular mosquito season.

In addition, we are being told that these are male mosquitoes, and they don’t bite. Well, my partner and I can tell you they bite and have been nailing us in the forehead as we lie in bed…. listening to trees crashing onto our house from the winter storms.

Also, I notice some of these mosquitoes look plump with blood, but when you squash them, they are filled with a white substance.

Can we say WTF?”

I have been collecting the mosquitoes I have squashed throughout the winter, as seen in the video at the top of this post, and I plan on having them tested at a lab. I want to know what is really in them because we are a decade in from when the Gates Foundation and our hijacked military began testing “immunization via mosquito bite.”

You will be hard-pressed to convince me not to be concerned AND cry foul!


The unintended consequences of these GM mosquito releases far outweigh the benefits. For instance, reducing ONE mosquito population means that another mosquito (like the Tiger mosquito) could fill the vacuum and continue spreading disease.

Could this be what happened here, in Brazil?

It was in 2017 when the Gates-funded Oxitec released the “first generation Friendly Aedes” GM Mosquitoes in Brazil AND India with the “goal” of reducing the Aedes mosquito population. While initially showing promising results, they ultimately produced horrifying consequences causing the mosquito population to rebound significantly, creating a super mosquito and becoming more challenging to kill.

As reported by super-sleuth Kathryn Saari in our August 2022 substack interview, who has been sounding the alarm for some time;

DO YOU SEE A PATTERN?! And what was the news from 2019? A 600% increase in Dengue and Chikungunya. Health officials in the city of Ahmedabad in Gujarat state in western India are reporting significant increases in mosquito-borne diseases, particularly Dengue fever and Chikungunya. From the beginning of the year through December 4th, city officials said 2,999 total Dengue fever cases, an increase of nearly 600% from last year’s total of 432.

In addition to Dengue, Chikungunya cases are up 77% from 2020 to 2021, with 923 and 1,630 cases, respectively.

Malaria cases are also up this year, including Falciparum Malaria.

Tip Jar for the Effort!

How can tests be conducted in California when insect-borne illnesses are very low? And while yes, we do see some reports in the media that these illnesses are on the rise, I would chalk this up to more media fear-mongering in preparation to justify the need for flying-Frankenstein-vaccines…. as seen in this San Francisco Chronicle scare tactic: “‘Aggressive’ mosquitoes arrive at the Bay Area’s tech capital.”

The MVCAC, Mosquito and Vector Control Association of California, had no interest in looking at the sudden rise of disease following the destructive “tests” in other nations and didn’t hesitate to approve the dispersant of a second generation of Aedes mosquitoes on unknowing Californians.

They failed to consider the following:

Because the OX5034 strain is female-killing only, GE (genetically engineered) males are expected to survive for multiple generations. This will considerably increase the spread of genes from the introduced strain into the wild population.

"GeneWatch UK has repeatedly warned (including in its previous regulatory submissions cited above) that this partial survival rate, even if low (a reported 3 to 4% in laboratory conditions), would lead to the establishment of hybrid mosquitoes in the environment, which might possess altered properties, including the potential for enhanced disease transmission or resistance to insecticides. A recent paper reporting monitoring wild mosquito populations following some of Oxitec’s experiments in Brazil has confirmed that such hybrid mosquitoes have spread into surrounding areas of the release sites.

An important lesson from this research is that the EPA cannot adequately protect human and animal health and the environment by assessing risks solely on the active ingredient tTAV– OX5034 (which provides the genetically engineered killing mechanism for mosquitoes). This is because other introduced traits, which are present due to the use of a non-native strain of mosquito (such as altered disease transmission properties), may also pose serious risks to human and animal health and the environment. As noted above, Oxitec’s male OX5034 GE mosquitoes are ‘female-killing’ only: they are intended to mate with wild females and produce female offspring which die as larvae, whilst GE male mosquitoes from each generation continue to survive and reproduce. Thus, due to the survival of GE males for multiple generations, the OX5034 strain is expected to increase, rather than reduce, the spread of genes from the released GE non-native strain into the wild Aedes aegypti mosquito population…"


While approximately half of the world’s population is at risk, affecting infants, young children, and adults, Californians are not at risk. So why the release of Frankenstein bugs to begin with? We have bigger problems.

Florida Keys residents were furious to find out that five hundred million mosquitoes, hacked with the gene called OX5034, were released over their heads. Similar to the Covid-19 shots, the Frankenstein bugs were released under an Experimental Use Permit (EUP), a special authorization allowing companies to field test “new pesticides.”

Like in Florida, California officials ignored their outraged citizens: 5,640 Californians wrote opposing the hacked mosquitoes, while 24 Californians wrote to support releasing the GM mosquitoes. Most of the 24 support letters came from Delta Mosquito Vector Control District employees.

No good will come from releasing these GM mosquitoes, except those who will profit from the death, illness, and possible gene-altering mutation.

These are the questions we would like answered by the California Department of Pesticide Regulation:

1. Where is the peer-reviewed science/data that can demonstrate the efficacy of the intended experiment?

2. Why is Oxitec funding this entire project? Do they see expected projected returns on their investment?

3. Aedes mosquitoes travel. They do not know county lines and state borders. How do you prevent this?

4. What steps will CDPR take to ensure this will not adversely impact the non-target species that depend on these mosquitoes?

5. What steps will CDPR take to ensure the safety of the human population should these mosquitoes transfer their genes to the wild population and become robust and hard to kill?

6. How do we prevent the CRISPR technology, which has a self-editing gene, from being passed onto other mosquitoes, insects, wildlife, or human species?

7. How does one ensure that it does not permanently impact wildlife when reducing the population of an insect that is a significant part of the food chain?

8. Mosquitoes are also considered pollinators. Why reduce the population we are so dependent upon for our food?

9. Why California???


Kathryn prepared a statement opposing the Experimental Use Permit/Research Authorization of Oxitec's GE mosquitoes in California. They have gone silent about the second public-comment period for now.

She suggests the following Action Items:

1. Calling Mustapha Debboun at Delta Mosquito Vector Control District and tell him to STEP DOWN:

2. Protesting outside the Research & Development Facility being built in Visalia, CA, and spreading the word locally.

For more information, check out Kathryn Saari’s video updates. She has provided much of this information:

October 2021 video, here.

February 2023 video update, here.

Oct 2021 video update, here.

Thank you, Kat!


Tip Jar for the Effort!

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