Even though monkeypox (like COVID-19) is anything but a public health emergency, the ruling class is intent on ratcheting up the fear in the public.
Fearful people are easier to control and they found out just how much they could control their slaves by calling colds and the flu “COVID-19” and telling them everyone dying in motorcycle crashes died of this new pandemic.
So far, there are 3,487 cases of monkeypox, mostly found in men who have sex with men in the United States. Is that an “emergency” considering there are roughly 329 million people living in the U.S.?
Fauci wants the public to remain fearful of everything so the rulers can come in with more shots and injections. “We’re doing well, but we’ve got to do much better,” Fauci said of the U.S.’s response to this outbreak.
According to Fauci, monkeypox can be more concerning in those already diagnosed with viral infections such as HIV (human immunodeficiency virus), the virus which causes AIDS (acquired immunodeficiency syndrome). That begs a question: are they attempting to eradicate people they no longer have any use for?
COVID-19 vaccination uptake is higher in LGBTQ communities than elsewhere. In fact, according to the CDC, vaccination rates were highest for non-Hispanic white gay men, at 94% uptake. We also know that the vaccines are having an effect on the immune system and degrading it:
“There’s an entire layered group of people who are at risk,” Fauci said, emphasizing that vaccination against monkeypox should spread beyond the group of people who have already been exposed to the virus.
Reuters claims that the monkeypox “emergency” could last months. If the ruling class declares it, it’ll last far longer than that. COVID-19 has been an “emergency” for over two and a half years now. While monkeypox is not causing large numbers of deaths globally, it is an unpleasant virus and it is now “establishing itself in new populations” and that is still bad news, scientists said.
World Health Organization Europe has forecast just over 27,000 monkeypox cases in 88 countries by August 2, up from 17,800 cases in nearly 70 countries at the latest count.
And the talk of mutations has already surfaced: