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16 hours ago, Anti Facts Sir said:

Sex and horror are the new Gods.

 

Sex always sells, but in a made up fake reality, an androgynous world, where no one knows who the fuk they are anymore, FEAR sells best.

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21 hours ago, DaleP said:

I think BBC is in two minds about where to go from here since we've taken it as a joke from the get go.... 🤭

 

Monkeypox: Time to worry or one to ignore?

https://www.bbc.com/news/health-61524508

 

That depends on the public. They are  putting it out there and standing back to observe the reaction. Do they proceed or cease to continue this nonsense?

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5 minutes ago, greatdayforfreedom said:

 

What better way to pull on the nations heartstrings than a sick child with monkeypox. 

 

I don't know if this has been mentioned before so just want to raise awareness:

The stuff that they said was in the injections, it was alleged that a virus was used that affected monkeys and was genetically altered so it's replication abilities were disabled, this was announced on the BeelzeBubCabal news channel, i will try to find the segment from the archives and post a link, it may take a while, at least a year and a half ago, astra zeneca i think was mentioned in association with the article.

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6 hours ago, writer said:

 

THE NEXT SCAM??  

 

Below is a copy of the insert in AstraZeneca jabs.     Saturday's UK Daily Mail followed orders and reported that '20 people in UK had developed it and that 'vax' were available'.     As the saying goes 'you couldn't make it up'.    Undoubtedly, many sleepers will now be looking out for symptoms, and soon there will be a 'test' for it.  We hear of many people who took the latest CV  'test' , received a 'positive' result and then sat at home for a week with no symptoms. I know of one person who re-decorated the dining- room as he wasn't allowed back to work!!  Fortunately, many are having fun with 'monkey measles' on various social media - and that is a good response. 

 

 

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This is it, @writer, nice one, i should read more before i post, but will find the corroborating snooze article.

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On 5/21/2022 at 9:49 AM, 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?

Oh not that man again I don't think I could stomach listening to his voice again and no doubt that woman Devi Sridhar will pop up again like a bad smell, Please God make it stop I'm going insane 😫

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Nobody has mentioned the huge number of African migrants arriving daily across the Channel into the UK?

 

Is there a link? Maybe not. Could just be a coincidence of course.

 

As has been pointed out already in this topic, it sounds to me like something is being blown up out of nothing.

 

And once again the medical dictionary is being rewritten, as I've seen elsewhere how patients with monkeypox are being 'treated' with a smallpox vaccine.

 

Umm, vaccines are meant to be 'preventative', since when did they become a 'treatment'?

 

I've seen various images being used to 'illustrate' articles about this story, this is one being used by the Birmingham Mail:

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I don't know what the medical name is for these ("pustules"?), but they look like larger versions of these 'pinhead' blisters that one might end up with in a rash, when one is having some kind of allergic reaction to something. Which I do get from time to time and have done for many years.

 

Either way, its the body's way of removing toxins. A few years ago now I was on holiday in Gibraltar and on my last day there, while walking around the east side I must have been bitten by something, as by the time I got back into the town I had these large blisters on my arms, not too dissimilar to the above pic.

 

Looks unsightly and is a bit uncomfortable, but certainly not life-threatening. Pop the blisters, clean up the pus that comes out, and the skin soon naturally heals itself. Job done.

 

So the question to be asked about 'monkeypox' is the one about how 'lethal' this is? Certainly the media are starting to ramp up the 'fear narrative', and surely at some point the cue to start sanitising everything is going to come.

 

At least this condition has clear visible symptoms, but I'm also sure that at some point the concept of 'asymptomatic transmission' will be rolled out again.

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19 minutes ago, Grumpy Owl said:

 

 

 

So the question to be asked about 'monkeypox' is the one about how 'lethal' this is?

 

The UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) says the virus does not usually spread easily and the risk to people is low.

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18 minutes ago, Grumpy Owl said:

Nobody has mentioned the huge number of African migrants arriving daily across the Channel into the UK?

 

Is there a link? Maybe not. Could just be a coincidence of course.

 

As has been pointed out already in this topic, it sounds to me like something is being blown up out of nothing.

 

And once again the medical dictionary is being rewritten, as I've seen elsewhere how patients with monkeypox are being 'treated' with a smallpox vaccine.

 

Umm, vaccines are meant to be 'preventative', since when did they become a 'treatment'?

 

I've seen various images being used to 'illustrate' articles about this story, this is one being used by the Birmingham Mail:

0_skynews-monkeypox-monkeybox-virus_5763

I don't know what the medical name is for these ("pustules"?), but they look like larger versions of these 'pinhead' blisters that one might end up with in a rash, when one is having some kind of allergic reaction to something. Which I do get from time to time and have done for many years.

 

Either way, its the body's way of removing toxins. A few years ago now I was on holiday in Gibraltar and on my last day there, while walking around the east side I must have been bitten by something, as by the time I got back into the town I had these large blisters on my arms, not too dissimilar to the above pic.

 

Looks unsightly and is a bit uncomfortable, but certainly not life-threatening. Pop the blisters, clean up the pus that comes out, and the skin soon naturally heals itself. Job done.

 

So the question to be asked about 'monkeypox' is the one about how 'lethal' this is? Certainly the media are starting to ramp up the 'fear narrative', and surely at some point the cue to start sanitising everything is going to come.

 

At least this condition has clear visible symptoms, but I'm also sure that at some point the concept of 'asymptomatic transmission' will be rolled out again.

I think monkeypox unless it been modified is no more dangerous than chicken pox,for someone with a healthy immune system.

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  • Beaujangles changed the title to "MONKEYPOX" ... The next 'pandemic'
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This is worrying

 

Not 'you will be asked to self isolate'.. but 'you will need to be isolated'....

In a specialist hospital??!?

 

 

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2 hours ago, Grumpy Owl said:

Nobody has mentioned the huge number of African migrants arriving daily across the Channel into the UK?

 

mnn yeah but that's nothing new.

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1 hour ago, Velma said:

 

The UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) says the virus does not usually spread easily and the risk to people is low.

 

Well that was back then. They can easily change the tone overnight and nobody will notice.

Wait to see if they will start to use 'asymptomatic' monkey pox. 🙄

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On 5/21/2022 at 4:44 PM, Mr M said:

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.

 

I think Scotland must have killed many good virologists so in short supply of experts, dentist is an alternative choice. He has Dr. before his name.

It's a matter of timesomeone will find a contract tender for monkeypox vaccine dated in 2020. lol

 

Sorry to say but this thread is just too hilarious.

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12 minutes ago, DaleP said:

 

Well that was back then. They can easily change the tone overnight and nobody will notice.

Wait to see if they will start to use 'asymptomatic' monkey pox. 🙄

 

Of course it will be Asymptomatic because it is in the injected, via the injections.

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Technically, this may be the wrong thread for this, but I believe there's a connection...

 

https://www.kurdistan24.net/en/story/28422-'Iraq-records-90-infected-and-18-deaths-of-Viral-Hemorrhagic-Fever':-Health-Ministry

 

'Iraq records 90 infected and 18 deaths of viral hemorrhagic fever': Health Ministry

“The number of infected people will continue to increase because we have already registered many suspected cases.” 

 Dler S. Mohammed   2022/05/21 19:34

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1 hour ago, Velma said:

 

The UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) says the virus does not usually spread easily and the risk to people is low.

 

Bit like what was said about Covid in March 2020 then:

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Monkeypox what a load of bollocks. It was obvious those cunts would invent another disease to get the thick, stupid and gullible public in fear mode again. Jimmy Krankie aka Sturgeon will love this and will do anything to get Scotland locked down again and us wearing masks before the rest of the UK. 

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10 minutes ago, Artmuzz said:

Monkeypox what a load of bollocks. It was obvious those cunts would invent another disease to get the thick, stupid and gullible public in fear mode again. Jimmy Krankie aka Sturgeon will love this and will do anything to get Scotland locked down again and us wearing masks before the rest of the UK. 

 

It's in the injections of the injected who by my reckoning are the now carriers and spreading it!!!

No invention needed!

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They are currently busy peeling the labels off from the Covid vax and re-labelling as Monkey vax. Plenty left in the industrial freezers.

You will recognise those that have received jab, increased bodily hair is such adverse reaction.....

 

10 years later.... the earth is very similar to the scenes from the Planet of Apes.

Hence veganism is promoted, every ready-made food contains banana.

 

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