Almost a half billion people contract malaria each year. Over a million of them die. DDT is the most effective weapon against malaria. But it was banned. Was that decision based on faulty research?
Where is the Cost Benefit Analysis for Banning DDT?
Cost = Needless death of 30 million innocent young children
Benefit = Negligible
Genocide by Environmental Activist
Ban / De Facto Ban on DDT
Activist Spreading Fear
Effectiveness of DDT
Africans / Asians Breaking the Shackles of Colonialism from Environmental Elitists
West Nile Virus
- Insecticide Spraying Needed To Control Yellow Fever In Paraguay And Brazil
- Move Over Zika, It’s Yellow Fever’s Turn
- Save Our Children from Dengue Fever
- Genetically-Modified Aedes Mosquitoes: Lift the Ban on the Use of DDT
- Mosquito Maladies: A New, Really Nasty Viral Infection
- Will the EPA Cause a Zika Pandemic?
- Stopping Zika Virus in Its Tracks, by Unleashing DDT
- How Poisonous is DDT?
- Science Acceptance: The Urban-Rural Divide
- Zika is Possibly the Scariest Virus Since HIV
- Zika Virus Infections in the Americas and the DDT Question
- Zika: Two Pieces of Bad News For the Price of One
- DDT or DEET to Stop Zika? Not So Obvious
- Are You Sicka Zika? Sorry, 50 US Cities Could See It
- How Environmentalists Opened The Door For Zika
- Got Zika? Thank an Environmentalist
- Organophosphates: Zika Caused Florida To Embrace Insecticides Way More Toxic Than DDT
- As Babies Stricken By Zika Turn 1, Health Problems Mount
At least 80 percent of human infectious diseases are arthropod-bornetransmitted by insects, mites, or ticks. They have caused the death of hundreds of millions of people by infecting them with the pathogens that cause typhus, bubonic plague, yellow fever, malaria, dengue fever, sleeping sickness, encephalitis (such as West Nile virus), elephantiasis, leishmaniasis, Lyme disease, Chikungunya virus and yaws. DDT is a miracle chemical compound that can protects millions of people from these deadly scourges. So why is DDT banned?