The recent outbreaks of microcephaly (tiny head syndrome) in Brazil are now being linked to a chemical pesticide distributed in the country by a subsidiary of multinational agribusiness Monsanto. Officially blamed on Zika virus, now the association Physicians in Crop-Sprayed Towns (PCST), is assigning the blame to a larvicidal pesticide known as Pyriproxifen. According to PCST, the Brazilian government has sprayed high concentrations of Pryiproxifen into the state of Perambuco, where over 35% of all the nation's microcephaly cases have been reported.
With such a high percentage of the nation's tiny headed babies, Perambuco is ideally situated to draw such conclusions from their first hand exposure data. Despite 75%+ exposure rates in neighboring countries like Colombia, there have been zero cases of microcephaly linked to Zika virus. Zero.
Read on to get more information on this callous and cold-hearted denial of responsibility.