Your Fault: Dengue Fever Hitting Singapore, ‘Climate Change’ Omen

If you would only agree to take the bus instead of your fossil fueled vehicle, give up meat, and give government climate dictatorial powers we could solve this

Singapore’s dengue ’emergency’ is a climate change omen for the world

Singapore says it is facing a dengue “emergency” as it grapples with an outbreak of the seasonal disease that has come unusually early this year.

The Southeast Asian city-state has already exceeded 11,000 cases — far beyond the 5,258 it reported throughout 2021 — and that was before June 1, when its peak dengue season traditionally begins.

Experts are warning that it’s a grim figure not only for Singapore — whose tropical climate is a natural breeding ground for the Aedes mosquitoes that carry the virus — but also for the rest of the world. That’s because changes in the global climate mean such outbreaks are likely to become more common and widespread in the coming years. (snip)

The outbreak in Singapore has been made worse by recent extreme weather, experts say, and its problem could be a harbinger of what is to come elsewhere as more countries experience prolonged hot weather spells and thundery showers that help to spread both the mosquitoes and the virus they carry.

These people are very silly. No matter what occurs, they have to link it to their cult. Dengue fever outbreaks go back to the 200’s AD, with bigger outbreaks in the 17th Century. It became more prevalent as worldwide travel, and, yes, ecological destruction, which is completely different from anthropogenic climate change.

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10 Responses to “Your Fault: Dengue Fever Hitting Singapore, ‘Climate Change’ Omen”

  1. Professor Hale says:

    Too bad thee isn’t some cheap and easy way to eradicate those mosquitos… like most of the rest of the world did 100 years ago.

  2. James Lewis says:

    Too bad that evil DDT can’t be used to wipe them out.

  3. Elwood P. Dowd says:

    Aedes mosquitoes in SE Asia are largely resistant to DDT.

    The U.S. banned DDT in 1972, but the world did not. It is still used as an anti-mosquito agent outside the US.

    Commenter: Too bad thee isn’t some cheap and easy way to eradicate those mosquitos… like most of the rest of the world did 100 years ago.

    Most of the rest of the world did not eradicate those mosquitoes 100 years ago. Aedes is still prevalent in South America, the Southern US, Central Africa, Southeast Asia, Central America, Caribbean.

    • James Lewis says:

      Dear Elwood:

      “largely” is a qualifier.

    • Professor Hale says:

      Look up the word “Most” on google.

    • Elwood P. Dowd says:

      The US banned DDT. It is still used around the world in an attempt to control mosquito-borne disease.

      Can either of you refute that Aedes is spreading Dengue virus in Singapore?

      Do you feel making the Earth ankle deep in DDT would have stopped mosquito-borne disease?

      • drowningpuppies says:

        “ankle deep” is a qualifier.

        Bwaha! Lolgf

  4. Mike-SMO says:

    Have to wonder what the natural reservoir of then disease is.

  5. Elwood P. Dowd says:

    Humans are the mammalian reservoir for Dengue virus.

  6. Doom and Gloom says:

    I am sure we will find that WUHAN and NIH were experimenting with DENGUE FEVER shortly as well since it has become common knowledge that WUHAN and NIH were experimenting with MONKEY POX recently.

    Gotta love the NAZI DR. Mengelee(Fauci) for his fine work. Never let a crisis go to waste and if there is NO CRISIS…….MAKE ONE!!

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