Terror (n., from Latin: terrorem) An object of fear, cause of alarm; terrible news.
Said object (of the Aedes aegypti variant) is seen from its right. It is recognizable from its white markings and the dainty knot securing its dynamite belt.
Before us we have a possible cause, i.e. an explanation or perception of one; the risk, whatever the cause, the prospects and central to it all: the fear. Each component a factor to society. Luc Descheemaeker has laid out the full story before us.
|Luc Descheemaeker, Zika Outbreak, January 29, 2016.|
Only, what may be to be another hoax, does not diminish the cartoon before us.
On the contrary, the dynamite belt tied to the mosquito exposes the very anatomy of a hoax.
The cartoon showed is courtesy of Luc Descheemaeker and must not be reproduced without his permission.