ASIATODAY.ID, JAKARTA – The Healthy Movement for the Indonesian People strongly rejects the Indonesian Government’s program which will spread millions of Aedes Aegypti mosquito eggs exposed to Wolbachia bacteria.
The plan to release 200 million Wolbachia mosquitoes will be carried out on the island of Bali and 5 other cities in Indonesia, namely West Jakarta, Bandung, Semarang, Kupang and Bontang.
This mosquito distribution program in collaboration with the World Mosquito Program (WMP) claims to reduce Dengue Fever, even though the Government has succeeded in controlling Dengue Fever in the last 10 years.
The rejection of this program was expressed jointly by the “Healthy Movement for the Indonesian People”, a movement initiated by the SFS Foundation, the Association of Indonesian Workers Unions (ASPEK Indonesia), and Gladiator Bangsa, and supported by Puskor Hindunesia in a press conference on Sunday, November 12 2023 at Grandhika Hotel, South Jakarta.
Present as a speaker at the press conference was DR dr. Siti Fadilah Supari, Sp.JP (K), Minister of Health of the Republic of Indonesia for the 2004-2009 period, Komjen. Pol. Drs. Dharma Pongrekun, S.H. M.M., M.H., Mirah Sumirat, SE (President of ASPEK Indonesia) and Dr. Ir. Kun Wardana Abyoto, MT. ‘
Dr. Ir. Kun Wardana Abyoto, MT explaining that the program to release hundreds of millions of Wolbachia mosquitoes in Indonesia will carry various serious risks, including; First, risks to public health and the environment.
“Currently there has been no comprehensive long-term study in Bali, West Jakarta, Bandung, Semarang, Kupang and Bontang so that it has the potential to pose risks to public health and the environment, including Occupational Safety and Health (K3),” he stressed.
Second, threats to the tourism industry. “The release of millions of mosquitoes clearly has the potential to damage the tourism industry and the local economy,” he said.
Third, No Responsibility. “Who is responsible if something goes wrong and has untold consequences”?
“The impact of this mosquito is Japanese Encephalitis (JE) or inflammation of the brain. “The vaccine and medicine already exist, the program and budget already exist,” said Dharma Pongrekun.
According to Pongrekun, these programs have all been designed by globalists to control humans and all countries in the world.
“Our nation is on the verge of destruction, but the political elite is only hungry for power controlled by foreigners. Because I don’t know. This is a malicious program. 240 million are bionic mosquitoes.
“President Jokowi must stop it,” he stressed.
According to Pongrekun, globalists carry out 3 main programs, namely money, power and population control. He explained that health is the ultimate issue of national resilience. Health issues are played to intervene in the human body.
“Big Pharmacy which controls the world aims to control every individual, currently using bionic mosquitoes controlled by waves as a weapon to target every individual,” he explained.
“Everything is by design. We are all blinded because we are unable to anticipate. Create a problem, create a reaction and create a solution. That’s the globalist agenda. This is their program towards accelerating digitalization,” he explained.
According to Pongrekun, this has something to do with the Omnibus Health Law and the Job Creation Law which increasingly trap Indonesia in foreign debt. Because of that, he said, in-depth Due Diligence must be carried out, a comprehensive evaluation of this program before releasing mosquitoes.
Apart from that, there is a National Security Threat. There needs to be an investigation into IP Technology risks through Wolbachia.
“There must be full transparency because the public must know and express approval for this program,” he said.
Effective in treating dengue fever
Meanwhile, the Ministry of Health revealed that Wolbachia technology to reduce the spread of dengue hemorrhagic fever has been proven in nine countries.
Head of the Communications and Public Services Bureau, Siti Nadia Tarmizi, said the countries in question were Brazil, Australia, Vietnam, Fiji, Vanuatu, Mexico, Kiribati, New Caledonia and Sri Lanka.
Therefore, said Nadia, this technology is also applied in Indonesia.
“Wolbachia technology completes the control strategy whose files have been included in the National Strategy,” said Nadia in a written statement, Wednesday, November 15 2023.
Nadia revealed that the government is implementing a Wolbachia technology pilot project in Indonesia in five cities. The five cities are Semarang City, West Jakarta City, Bandung City, Kupang City and Bontang City.
He said this was in accordance with the Decree of the Minister of Health of the Republic of Indonesia Number 1341 concerning the Implementation of Wolbachia Pilot Project as a dengue prevention innovation.
He said that the effectiveness of wolbachia had been researched since 2011 by WMP in Yogyakarta with the philanthropic support of the Tahija foundation.
The research was carried out through the preparation and release phase of Aedes aegypti with wolbachia on a limited scale (2011-2015).
Nadia explained that Wolbachia can paralyze the dengue virus in the body of the Aedes aegypti mosquito, so that the dengue virus will not be transmitted to the human body.
“If a male Aedes aegypti carrying Wolbachia mates with a female Aedes aegypti, the dengue virus in the female mosquito will be blocked,” he said.
“Apart from that, if a female mosquito that has wolbachia mates with a male mosquito that doesn’t have wolbachia, then all of its eggs will contain wolbachia,” he added. (AT Network)
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