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ive had shingles a few times when i  was young,  can happen after you've had chicken pox and are a bit run down so the virus surfaces.  not surprising the vaccine that redirects your  immune response could cause a flare up.

 

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19 hours ago, Velma said:

 

I’ve been around for over six decades and throughout my life, birds and bats did not have the ‘flu, neither did pigs or cats and there was no ‘wasting disease’ in deer. It was unheard of. Until bovine encephalomyelitis in the 1980’s which was caused by veterinarian Albert Bourla’s animal feed, there was no disease transmitted from animals to humans, either from handling or eating them, only rabies and you had to get bitten. There was no virus or pox transmitted by monkeys, because humans, generally speaking, do not come in contact with sick primates. Unless you include the cells from the diseased liver of green monkey’s, added to vaccines. Then we had an epidemic of auto-immune-deficiency, which they called HIV, but also happens to be the main side-effect of said vaccines.

Spot on. 

 

Time to dig out my old copy of Edward T Haslam's 'Dr Mary's Monkey', for a refresher in just how evil to the core our trusted leaders and their scientist minions are. 

 

 

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Numbers ramping up..........

 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10839877/Monkeypox-outbreak-Europes-biggest-100-cases-reported.html

 

Monkeypox outbreak is now Europe's biggest EVER with more than 100 cases reported and a 'significant rise' is expected in the UK from current 20 infections

  • There are 20 confirmed cases in the UK, and more cases in nine other countries 
  • Dr Claire Dewsnap warned there could be 'significant rise' in the coming weeks
  • More than 100 cases of monkeypox have now been reported across Europe 
  • The UK Health Security Agency has said a notable proportion of recent cases in Britain and Europe have been found in gay and bisexual men
  • This may have 'massive impact' on access to sexual health services, says doctor
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Interesting........... (twitter does not allow to post link properly)

 

The monkey pox "simulation exercise" by the usual suspects took place last year and "simulated" a global monkey pox outbreak in mid-May 2022. Nothing to see here.

 

https://twitter.com/ProfessorWerner/status/1527742656805277696

 

Link to referenced original article.

 

https://michaelpsenger.substack.com/p/the-prophetic-monkeypox-simulation?utm_source=email&s=r

 

The Prophetic Monkeypox Simulation

First-ever global Monkeypox outbreak happens in exact week predicted in biosecurity simulation a year prior

 

 

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I was wondering what the homosexual slant is about too, like some others have raised.

 

Unless something crops up that I've not thought of, I'm going to believe it's just to create more fear & division.

 

It reminds me of the policy to allow excessive immigration, whilst making racism one of the deadly sins, but deliberately creating racial tensions by authorities exercising racial prejudice at every possible opportunity in favour of the incomers and to the detriment of all others. 

 

It's now been imposed on society that gayness must be encouraged and thrust at us incessantly. All the more torment for those who silently object to it, if they can conjure up some reason to 'genuinely' fear or be revulsed by those individuals.

 

While society is fractured under the pretence of making us all accept each other, we're weaker and less likely to unite against our true enemies.

 

 

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On 5/19/2022 at 8:52 PM, Mikhail Liebestein said:

The Monkey Pox stories seem to be accelerating globally:

 

https://www.npr.org/sections/goatsandsoda/2022/05/18/927043767/rare-monkeypox-outbreak-in-u-k-and-europe-what-is-it-and-should-we-worry?t=1652989860422

 

Presumably this is to cause panic and bring in the next phase.

 

They did the same with Convid at the beginning of 2020.  

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4 hours ago, Velma said:

 

Jason Leitch, the National Clinical Director of the Scottish Government said they will contain it by track and trace and administering the small pox vaccine, which won't prevent it, but lessens the symptoms. Where have I heard that before?

Really? Bloody hell. We're doing this again are we.🤣

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1 hour ago, Mr H said:

Numbers ramping up..........

 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10839877/Monkeypox-outbreak-Europes-biggest-100-cases-reported.html

 

Monkeypox outbreak is now Europe's biggest EVER with more than 100 cases reported and a 'significant rise' is expected in the UK from current 20 infections

  • There are 20 confirmed cases in the UK, and more cases in nine other countries 
  • Dr Claire Dewsnap warned there could be 'significant rise' in the coming weeks
  • More than 100 cases of monkeypox have now been reported across Europe 
  • The UK Health Security Agency has said a notable proportion of recent cases in Britain and Europe have been found in gay and bisexual men
  • This may have 'massive impact' on access to sexual health services, says doctor

what a laugh, Monkeypox or maybe smallpox or chicken pox. Nothing really to worry about,been round for years.

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5 hours ago, Velma said:

 

Jason Leitch, the National Clinical Director of the Scottish Government said they will contain it by track and trace and administering the small pox vaccine, which won't prevent it, but lessens the symptoms. Where have I heard that before?

Well, all the oldies will be fine as we all had smallpox vaccine as kids and have had chickenpox

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"Canada's entire population is susceptible" says top official.

 

https://www.cbc.ca/news/health/monkeypox-canada-global-outbreak-1.6461880

 

Is monkeypox mutating?

There are two main strains or "clades" of monkeypox: the Congo strain — which is more severe, with up to 10 per cent mortality — and the West African strain, which has a fatality rate of about one per cent.

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From NIH (National Library of Medicine...

 

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/35251600/

 

 

"Epub 2022 Mar 1.

Bullous pemphigoid after second dose of mRNA- (Pfizer-BioNTech) Covid-19 vaccine: A case report

Epub 2022 Mar 1.

Bullous pemphigoid after second dose of mRNA- (Pfizer-BioNTech) Covid-19 vaccine: A case report

 

Abstract

Introduction and importance: Messenger RNA vaccines, commonly known as mRNA vaccines, are the first COVID-19 vaccines that have been authorized and licensed in the United States. Two mRNA vaccines, BNT162b2 (Pfizer-BioNTech) and mRNA-1273 (Moderna) are available. Mass vaccination remains the most critical way to halt the spread of the COVID pandemic. The most common adverse effects of the COVID vaccines are headache, muscular soreness, weariness, redness, swelling, and tenderness at the injection site. The dermatological adverse effects of mRNA vaccines, on the other hand, are little understood. We present a case of bullous fixed medication eruption following delivery of the second dose of Pfizer's Covid-19 vaccination."

 

Not sure if the above has already been posted so apologies if it's duplication.

 

It's worth repeating though. Look at the link if you haven't already. It's not Monkeypox, in all probability. It's a reaction to the jab. 

 

 

 

 

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6 hours ago, Velma said:

 

Jason Leitch, the National Clinical Director of the Scottish Government said they will contain it by track and trace and administering the small pox vaccine, which won't prevent it, but lessens the symptoms. Where have I heard that before?

Reminder that Jason Leitch, the National Clinical Director of the Scottish Government, is a DENTIST by training. He's not a virologist or an epidemiologist, he's not even a medical doctor. Yet another cabal 'expert', a puppet and a walking, talking example of the appeal to authority fallacy.

 

I wouldn't trust a thing that comes out of his obviously compromised mouth.

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2 hours ago, Doc said:

Is monkeypox mutating?

There are two main strains or "clades" of monkeypox: the Congo strain — which is more severe, with up to 10 per cent mortality — and the West African strain, which has a fatality rate of about one per cent.

 

That's what i'm thinking they'll play the mutations game again, every other month there will be a new scariant. 

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So now the same picture is being used for Monkeypox, Shingles and Bullous pemphigoid?  Is that right? It's beginning to remind me of the child who was claimed to have died at Sandy Hook and yet died twice more after that as his pic was used each time...🤔

 

Something smells fishy in Denmark - and everywhere else for that matter.

 

 

https://www.westdermatology.com/riverside/services/bullous-pemphigoid

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9 minutes ago, The Old Knight said:

 

That's what i'm thinking they'll play the mutations game again, every other month there will be a new scariant. 

 

The scariants can be named after famous apes:

 

Bubbles

Clyde    (real name Buddha)

King Kong

 

More here: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_individual_apes

 

 

I'll happily watch Clyde's right turn signal into Fauci's/Whitty's nose.

 

 

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3 minutes ago, Mikhail Liebestein said:

 

Almost Shakespearien 

 

"Something is rotten in the state of Denmark" from Hamlet!

 

Yes, thats where the original quote came from for sure.  I wonder if they had the Monkey pox in Shakespearian times LOL.

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