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Monkeypox – a public health emergency or scam?

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It sounds just too extraordinary for words but already some 18,000 New Yorkers have had one dose of a smallpox vaccine for something few of us have even heard of – monkeypox.

 

 

On July 23, 2022, World Health Organization Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus unilaterally overruled his panel of advisers and declared monkeypox a “public health emergency of international concern” (PHEIC). Ghebreyesus made the decision to declare a PHEIC even though the WHO’s advisory panel opposed the declaration 9 to 6.

Not long after Australia’s Chief Medical Officer Paul Kelly declared that monkeypox is now a “communicable disease incident of national significance”. Yet Australia has but 53 cases of monkeypox.

Is monkeypox really a disease?

According to UN News it is not a new disease and was first found in the late 1950s in lab primates with a first diagnosis in humans occurring in the 1970s.

Symptoms are similar to smallpox but are less severe:

  • Fever
  • Headache
  • Aches
  • Fatigue
  • Sweats and Chills
  • Cough and Sore Throat
  • a rash that can look like blisters or pimples, which can be painful. (These “lesions” typically go through several stages before eventually falling off.)

In most cases, the symptoms of monkeypox go away on their own within a few weeks but, in between three and six per cent of cases reported in countries where it is endemic, it can lead to medical complications and even death.

According to Dr. Mercola:

At present the Public Health Emergency of International Concern (PHEIC) appears financially motivated. Moderna is testing an mRNA injection for monkeypox and in addition to the two smallpox vaccines already approved, Aventis Pasteur also has a smallpox vaccine that, while still investigational, could receive emergency use authorization.

Fear mongering and Monkeypox vaccines

The idea that smallpox vaccines may be effective against monkeypox comes from a 1988 non-randomized observational study in which 0.96% of vaccinated close contacts contracted monkeypox, compared to 7.47% of unvaccinated close contacts.

There are two types of smallpox vaccines approved for monkeypox in the U.S:

  • ACAM2000 – a live replicating but weakened vaccinia (smallpox) virus, and
  • Jynneos – a live non-replicating modified vaccinia which uses a live virus called Ankara virus.

ACAM2000 is known for its severe side effects. Because it is a live replicating virus, those who receive the shot must take precautions so as to avoid spreading the virus.

ACAM2000 is also known to produce myocarditis at a rate of 5.7 per 1,000 vaccines.

Warnings:

Ira Longini, Ph.D., a biostatistician at the University of Florida and a WHO adviser, said:

“The truth is, we don’t know the efficacy of any of these monkeypox vaccines.” Such facts notwithstanding, by July 22, 2022, some 18,000 New Yorkers had already received their first dose of smallpox vaccine.

Dr Meryl Ness, a member of the Children’s Health Defense’s Scientific Advisory Committee also sounds the alarm:

It’s kind of extraordinary that they want to vaccinate everyone in the country before knowing what the safety issues are…

We should not be surprised at these new developments having lived through and still experiencing the COVID fraud. Eerily reminiscent of the early days of the COVID scam. They even have a PCR test ready to go with promises of a result within ninety minutes.

Iain Davis writes that…

COVID 19, and the subsequent governmental responses, appear to be part of an international conspiracy to commit fraud. It seems there is no evidence that a virus called SARS-CoV-2 causes a disease called COVID 19… It seems COVID 19 has been deliberately used as a casus belli to wage war on humanity. We have been imprisoned in our own homes, our freedom to roam restricted, freedom of speech and expression eroded, rights to protest curtailed, separated from loved ones, our businesses destroyed, psychologically bombarded, muzzled and terrorised.

Already some New Yorkers have had one dose of a smallpox vaccine for an extremely rare disease that for all we know could be just a side effect of a COVID vaccine.

So far monkeypox is not a public health emergency of international concern.

 

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