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The spread of monkeypox has boosted the shares of a Danish biotech company called Bavarian Nordic A/Swho says it’s the only one who made the vaccine Accepted for viral infection.

According to CEO Paul Chaplin, Bavarian Nordic has already received requests from dozens of countries seeking the vaccine and confirmed that the company has secured a contract to supply the shot to an unnamed country in Europe. .

“Monkeypox” – Who could see it coming?

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Well look at who funded the Bavarian Nordic…. none other than Dr. Anthony Fauci

And look at some of the shareholders… Vanguard and BlackRock in particular.

Dr. Sam Bailey Report: As is the case with COVID-19, it appears that other parties are also eagerly awaiting a market such as the “pandemic” will exist. Similarly, these astrologers were preparing vaccines so that they could go where no vaccine had gone before. In this case, the biotech company Bavarian Nordic received market approval from the FDA in 2019. GeniosVaccine for smallpox and monkeypox. Other health officials were also primed to react to the previously rare condition, which was of no concern to their nations … until now apparently. For example, on May 20, 2022, the UK Health Protection Agency published a document Title, “Recommendations for the use of pre- and post-exposure vaccination during a monkeypox event.” Like with COVID-19, it seems like all roads lead to vaccines again…

It’s only a matter of time before a “rare” monkeypox vaccine arrives in your neighborhood.

So now that the scene is set we can get into the “science” of monkeypox with an official description of the alleged viral disease. CDC says that, “Monkeypox was first discovered in 1958 when two smallpox-like disease outbreaks occurred in colonies of monkeys kept for research, hence the name ‘monkeypox’. The first human case of monkeypox was recorded in 1970 in the Democratic Republic of the Congo was done. they move on state that, “in humans, the symptoms of monkeypox are similar but mild to those of smallpox.” The illness is said to be flu-like, with lymph node swelling and then developing a rash, and then lesions that grow from macules to vesicles to scabs.

In terms of the lethality of monkeypox, the CDC states that, “In Africa, monkeypox has been shown to cause death in 1 in 10 people who contract the disease.” This 10% mortality rate has already fueled the story of fear and was also used as the case fatality rate in NTI’s monkeypox pipe dream. It should be noted that historically monkeypox has been almost unheard of in First World countries and rare cases usually occur in people who have recently migrated from Africa.

In fact, one of the only recorded “outbreaks” of monkeypox in the world was in April 2003 in the United States. cases were Announced in 6 states and is said to be caused by rodents imported from Ghana to Texas. This was the first time that monkeypox had been reported outside Africa, and the CDC issued a paper Analysis of the incident in 2006. The paper states that, “There is a spread of the virus from person to person”. Idea primarily through infectious oropharyngeal exudates” although this has never been clearly established scientifically. They continue to state that, “the virus is Idea African animals” – in other words, this is the story of another species-jumping pathogen.

They reported that, “individuals who developed the disease within 21 days of exposure to MPXV” [Monkeypox virus] Those who experienced fever (defined as body temperature greater than 37.4 °C) and vesicular pustular rash or rash (potentially unrecoverable) plus orthopox IgM antibodies were classified as probable cases of infection . Now in our book 37.4 °C is not fever, it is normal body temperature and we would suggest that 37.6 °C and above qualifies as fever. We noted in their chart that they were using the 39.4°C classification, but this seems to be an error like in another paper we’ll get to soon, it was 37.4°C once again. The other paper also said that “fever” can be subjective, so they are using this loose criterion and distorting a general condition. Additionally, CDC’s weekly report As of 11 July 2003, said that out of a total of 71 cases, only “two patients, both children, had severe clinical illness; both of these patients have recovered.” The remainder had a variety of respiratory and gastrointestinal symptoms.

CDC cases were confirmed based on samples that showed, “monkeypox virus isolation, detection of monkeypox-specific nucleic acid signatures, positive electron-microscopy findings, or positive immunohistochemical findings.” We took a look at electron micrographs submitted by the CDC, including: image Shown below is a skin sample from one of the patients. The caption informs us that the round particles on the right are immature monkeypox viruses, while the oval particles on the left are mature viruses. However, they only have a static image of dead tissue and no conclusions can be drawn about the biological role of the reflected particles. None of them have been shown to be replication-competent disease-causing intracellular parasites and should therefore not be called ‘viruses’.

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