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11 hours ago, alexa said:

Something dun look right with these pictures:

 

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Gay porn star posts horrific pictures of month-long battle against monkeypox that saw huge blisters form around his mouth and could leave him scarred for LIFE 

Silver Steele, of Houston, Texas, developed horrific blisters on his face after developing monkeypox and documented his month-long battle with the virus. He developed symptoms around July 11, when small pimple-like white spots started appearing around his mouth. Steele said he developed symptoms after attending a July 4 party and initially thought it was razor burn. After confirming it was monkeypox, he developed a fever, chills, and nights sweats and said he nearly passed out from the pain at times. He has since gotten the TPoxx vaccine, which is also used to treat smallpox and can only be given with special permission from the CDC. The porn star worries the scars around his mouth could leave marks for life.

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Though not as bad as this guy who seems to have a fine collection of diseases associated with 'men who sleep with other me'

 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-11119463/Pictured-Monkeypox-patient-nose-started-rot.html

 

Pictured: German monkeypox patient whose nose started to ROT because his undiagnosed HIV and syphilis left his immune system ravaged

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Probably triple jabbed in the arm, and jabbed in the arse more times than he can remember.

 

 

 

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11 minutes ago, Mikhail Liebestein said:

 

Though not as bad as this guy who seems to have a fine collection of diseases associated with 'men who sleep with other me'

 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-11119463/Pictured-Monkeypox-patient-nose-started-rot.html

 

Pictured: German monkeypox patient whose nose started to ROT because his undiagnosed HIV and syphilis left his immune system ravaged

image.jpeg.ef7d8ec48ad3dc19383a8b515c6c4b64.jpeg

 

 

Probably triple jabbed in the arm, and jabbed in the arse more times than he can remember.

 

 

 

 

This is just awful, these guys shouldn't go against God's law or women for that matter, they bring it on themselves.

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This report referring to the Netherlands is interesting,  I hadn't realised MSM stood for Men who have Sex with Men

 

https://www.news-medical.net/news/20220822/What-is-the-monkeypox-self-diagnosis-ability-of-men-who-have-sex-with-other-men-in-the-Netherlands.aspx

 

The MSM and Men who have Sex with Men are probably the same thing anyway -  hardly surprising there is such Media Monkeypox panic. 

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I heard yesterday they have a way of making one dose into 5 doses, as a smaller dose works just as well.eeè I looked it up but it's a long article, so I can't necessarily do it justice. 

 

FDA Authorizes Emergency Use of JYNNEOS Vaccine to Increase Vaccine Supply - August 9th 

 

https://www.fda.gov/news-events/press-announcements/monkeypox-update-fda-authorizes-emergency-use-jynneos-vaccine-increase-vaccine-supply

 

Today, tthe FDA issued an emergency use authorization (EUA) for the JYNNEOS vaccine to allow healthcare providers to use the vaccine by intradermal injection for individuals

 

“In recent weeks the monkeypox virus has continued to spread at a rate that has made it clear our current vaccine supply will not meet the current demand,” said FDA Commissioner Robert M. Califf, M.D. “The FDA quickly explored other scientifically appropriate options to facilitate access to the vaccine for all impacted individuals. By increasing the number of available doses, more individuals who want to be vaccinated against monkeypox will now have the opportunity to do so.” 

 

JYNNEOS, the Modified Vaccinia Ankara (MVA) vaccine, was approved in 2019 for prevention of smallpox and monkeypox disease in adults 18 years of age and older determined to be at high risk for smallpox or monkeypox infection.

 

... the EUA now allows for a fraction of the JYNNEOS dose to be administered between the layers of the skin (intradermally) ...

 

...Administration by the intradermal route resulted in more redness, firmness, itchiness and swelling at the injection site, but less pain ... The FDA has determined that the known and potential benefits of JYNNEOS outweigh the known and potential risks for the authorized uses ...

 

... circumstances exist justifying the emergency use of vaccines, the FDA may issue an EUA to allow emergency use of unapproved vaccines or unapproved uses of approved vaccines ...

 

Wiki - Intradermal injection, ID, is a shallow injection of a substance into the dermis, between the epidermis and the hypodermis. This route of administration is relatively rare compared to injections into the subcutaneous tissue or muscle.

 

Types
The three main routes are intradermal (ID), subcutaneous (SC) and intramuscular (IM). Each type targets a different skin layer: Subcutaneous are administered in the fat layer, underneath the skin. Intramuscular injections are delivered into the muscle.

 

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There is also a 7 minute listen on the link, and I clipped a few paragraphs from the article. 

 

( "In the UK the number of cases has been declining for a few weeks" )

 

https://www.npr.org/sections/health-shots/2022/08/19/1118329835/the-new-u-s-monkeypox-vaccine-strategy-offers-more-doses-and-uncertainty?t=1661246175823

 

Facing a shortage in vaccines, the FDA authorized a new dosing strategy: ... can now be administered using an "intradermal injection" – injected into the skin – rather than the typical method of injecting into the layer of fat underneath the skin.

 

The effort now rests on a new and untested strategy of dividing up what were previously full doses in order to stretch the limited stockpile of in the U.S.

 

"We are definitely in what we're still calling 'The Hunger Games' phase of this – where there's nowhere near enough doses for the demand," says Dr. Mark Del Beccaro, Assistant Deputy Chief for Public Health – Seattle & King County.

 

 

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Apparently not the Monkey Pox Doctors new...

 

https://www.nytimes.com/2022/08/26/health/monkeypox-symptoms.html

 

I think like Covid the hint is that many are asymptomatic- doubtless wanting jab everyone again.

 

or is Monkey Pox the Vaxx symptoms?

 

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This Is Not the Monkeypox That Doctors Thought They Knew

The patients turning up at clinics often have a range of symptoms that are not typical of the infection. Some of the infected seem to have no symptoms at all.

 

Early in the monkeypox outbreak, a man in his 20s arrived at an emergency department in Northern California, tiny blisters on his lips, hands and back. Within 12 hours, doctors diagnosed him with monkeypox.

That’s where their certainty ended. The patient did not have fever, aches, weakness, pain or other symptoms typical of the disease. He did not know when or how he had become infected. He had not had sexual contact with anyone for months, he said, and had not touched — as far as he knew — anyone with pox, as the lesions are called, or other symptoms.

At the onset of the outbreak, scientists thought they knew when and how the monkeypox virus was spread, what the disease looked like and who was most vulnerable. The 47,000 cases identified worldwide have upended many of those expectations.

Monkeypox patients have turned up with what looked like mosquito bites, pimples or ingrown hairs, not the large pustules usually associated with the infection. Some did not even have visible lesions but felt excruciating pain when swallowing, urinating or emptying their bowels.

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Till now I've thought it was vax. Just with that article mentioning patients turning up looking like they have mosquito bites - that instantly makes me think of Gates' genetically tampered with mosquitos being released. It's worth considering that the 2 things might be connected. 

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22 hours ago, Tinfoil Hat said:

Till now I've thought it was vax. Just with that article mentioning patients turning up looking like they have mosquito bites - that instantly makes me think of Gates' genetically tampered with mosquitos being released. It's worth considering that the 2 things might be connected. 

 

Very good point. I think the mosquito manipulation had gone to the back of peoples minds during the lockdown.

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Quick question(s).

 

Does anyone here personally know of:

1) anyone who has caught monkeypox?

2) anyone who has died from monkeypox?

3) anyone who is actually fussed about monkeypox?

 

Because I'm thinking that this whole thing is just a 'fabrication' that only exists in the media.

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51 minutes ago, Grumpy Owl said:

Quick question(s).

 

Does anyone here personally know of:

1) anyone who has caught monkeypox?

2) anyone who has died from monkeypox?

3) anyone who is actually fussed about monkeypox?

 

Because I'm thinking that this whole thing is just a 'fabrication' that only exists in the media.

Lately, I've been eating a lot of bananas, throwing my poop around and beating up Samsonite luggage. And I rarely ever eat bananas.

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On 8/29/2022 at 7:15 PM, Grumpy Owl said:

Quick question(s).

 

Does anyone here personally know of:

1) anyone who has caught monkeypox?

2) anyone who has died from monkeypox?

3) anyone who is actually fussed about monkeypox?

 

Because I'm thinking that this whole thing is just a 'fabrication' that only exists in the media.

 

Regarding your third point, when Covid started, the "Normies" I know couldn't stop talking about it. But, when it came to monkeypox, not a dickie bird. I don't watch TV or follow the MSM and only get the gist of mainstream stuff from either the forum, Telegram or people I talk to. Otherwise, I am pretty oblivious to developments so I gauge things like fear levels by how the Normies I know are reacting to things. Not one of them has mentioned monkeypox to me.

 

In comparison, the alt media went completely hysterical over monkeypox when it first started breaking as news. This made me suspicious. It felt to me that the alt media was where monkeypox was being overhyped rather than the MSM. All the memes and jokes going around about it, amid apparent excitement of the next budding pandemic, did not feel organic to me. That is why I never jumped on board the monkeypox alt media driven bandwagon. I had a sense from the beginning that it would fizzle out and wonder if it has been overhyped to make the freedom movement look over the top and hysterical whilst nothing comes of it.

 

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The MSM made a very big thing of it. For quite a while. It's not something CTs dreamt up. And the reaction here was absolutely withering. Nobody fell for it. There was a lot of recognition of what the media were up to, and the suppose symptomatic links to other, jab-related, conditions.

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