Subtly bigging-it-up in the UK!
Two days ago The Off-Guardian drew attention to edits the National Health Service of the United Kingdom made to their Monkeypox page.1
Edits which mean Monkeypox now seems worse than it did before. Not dramatically worse. But still, worse.
Continue reading Marketing Monkeypox
Some scientists, public health officials and philanthropists seem gifted.
At least the ones talking about preparedness and doing tabletop exercises.
Although they’re really bad at “keeping everybody safe,” the global guardians of “public health” are awfully good at prophecyMark Crispin Miller
Patrick Wood has also remarked on this amazing ability.
Wanting to maintain focus on the criminality of all this may be why Wood didn’t further comment on two aspects which stood out for me.
Continue reading Clairvoyants anticipate Monkeypox
Truth vs fearporn
Dr. Robert Malone breaks it down. Worth reading in full. But in case you don’t:
The monkeypox virus, which originates in various regions of Africa, is related to SmallPox (Variola), which are both members of the genus Orthopoxvirus. However, it is important to understand that Variola (major or minor) is the species of virus which is responsible for the worst human disease caused by the Orthopox viruses. For example, Cowpox, Horsepox, and Camelpox are also members of this genus, none of which are a major health threat to humans, and one of which (Cowpox) has even been (historically) used as a Smallpox vaccine. My point is that just because Monkeypox is related to Smallpox, this does not in any way mean that it represents a similar public health threat. Anyone who implies otherwise is basically engaged in or otherwise supporting weaponized public health-related propaganda. In other words, spreading public health fearporn.
Key takeaway: this is not influenza or COVID – this virus mutates slowly, it is not highly infectious, naturally acquired immunity is potent and long lasting, and Orthopox vaccines are usually cross protective. The risk of immunologic escape is very, very low. And the spread of this virus can be readily stopped by simple, inexpensive classical public health measures. If it were otherwise, we would already have experienced a pandemic of Monkeypox decades ago.Dr. Robert Malone