Report24 reported yesterday about the “sudden and unexpected” appearance of the Asian tiger mosquito in at least two German states. Punctually at five in the morning the following day followed the ORF: Researchers at the University of Veterinary Medicine in Vienna have identified specimens of the tiger mosquito.
In this article we reported only yesterday about numerous sightings of the Asian tiger mosquito in Germany (Link: Strange: Bill Gates’ “deadliest animal in the world” is spreading in Germany). It transmits deadly diseases such as West Nile fever, dengue fever, Zika virus or Chikungunya virus – provided it has previously bitten a person who is infected with it. Or she was infected with it in a lab. All of these viruses are being “researched” in various research institutions, also in the middle of Europe.
However, the alleged occurrence of these mosquitoes, whose genetically modified relatives Bill Gates had released in a dimension of two billion specimens in Florida, also follows the usual fear narratives of the mainstream. It fulfills the following points:
- It is almost invisible and not easily detectable for the layman (ozone, CO2, killer virus…)
- A mortal danger emanates from it, one must be scared to death of the invisible danger
- Only experts can help – of course only if you give them a lot of tax money
ORF claims import via transport routes
The ORF claims that specimens of the mosquito, which Bill Gates has been warning about since 2014 at the latest as the “most dangerous animal in the world”, made their way from the south to Austria, Germany and Switzerland through road, travel and transport traffic. In Vienna, they would first have been scientifically determined in 2020, and corresponding finds were also made in 2021. Now it is puzzling whether the animals, which are actually adapted to tropical temperatures, could have overwintered.
In any case, it is extremely exciting that very similar media reports are appearing in Germany and Austria, which are suitable to stir up panic about the “killer mosquito” and to promote another narrative by Bill Gates.
Swiss television has been trying to calm down for years
In Switzerland, the first finds date back to 2003, when specimens were sighted in the canton of Ticino. There they did not want to join in the alarmism: Swiss television SRF headlined a corresponding article: Annoying but harmless-The needless fear of the tiger mosquito. The article logically explains that the uncontrollable is scary – and it is mainly a media problem. As an example, the picture is titled indirectly Dangerous tiger mosquito is spreading with us called, an article that appeared in 2020. Whether Gates wants to get involved in the all-clear can be doubted. As is well known, the calming and reasonable voices that still existed at the beginning of the so-called corona pandemic quickly fell silent.