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Hear about the experimental biopesticide mosquito project being run in Hawaii and how it will affect humans in the near future.
The plan is to alter the DNA of the mosquito and release them in order to eradicate the population through suppression technique. Over 775m bugs will be released PER WEEK over a 20-year span.
The question that everyone should be asking is WHY?! What purpose does this have? Well according to documents not yet made available to the public, the process has been approved to use on humans.
About my guests:
Dr. Lorrin Pang, born and raised in Honolulu. Honors graduate from Princeton University with a degree in Chemistry. Received both an MD and Master Public Health Degree from Tulane University (New Orleans). Board Certification in Preventive Medicine. Worked for 20 years with the US Army’s Walter Reed Overseas Research Laboratories, assigned to Bangkok, Rio de Janeiro and Geneva, developing drugs and diagnostics for tropical diseases. Consultant to the World Health Organization 1985 – 2005 for tropical diseases. Retired and moved to Maui as the District Health Officer position in 2000. Has over 6 dozen publications in peer reviewed medical journals covering rabies, HIV, malaria, hepatitis E, dengue and most recently COVID19. 2007-9 selected to America’s Best Doctors Listing (3% of Nation’s physicians).
Since 2013 1) became reviewer for research proposals for US Congress, 2) consultant to DNDI (international group developing drugs for neglected diseases) 3) visiting professor of medicine Federal University of Brasilia.
Tina Lia is the Founder and President of Hawaii Unites, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to the conservation and protection of our environment and natural resources. An independent journalist, researcher, and activist living on Maui since 1999, Tina is a volunteer and leadership team member for events and movements in the art, freedom, and nonprofit communities. An effective government liaison, she has represented organizations in presenting public testimony, working with state legislators to introduce legislation, and coordinating approval and collaboration for community projects. Her nonprofit, Hawaii Unites, is currently focused on protecting Hawaii’s native birds, wildlife, public health, and the ‛āina from the State of Hawaii’s planned biopesticide mosquito experiment.
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