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Monkeypox: new US bioweapon released for WHO pandemic treaty

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Russia: US labs in Nigeria responsible for monkeypox outbreak
Saturday, 28 May 2022 10:03 AM [ Last Update: Saturday, 28 May 2022 10:23 AM ]
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Russia says US-controlled biological laboratories in Nigeria, where monkeypox came from, are responsible for the spread of the viral zoonosis, urging inspection of the “strange coincidence”.

Citing a report by the World Health Organization (WHO) that monkeypox originally spread from Nigeria, Igor Kirillov, chief of the Russian Radiation, Chemical and Biological Defense Troops, said on Friday that US-deployed biological infrastructure in the African country was responsible for the outbreak.

"According to the available information, at least four US-controlled biolaboratories operate in Nigeria," Sputnik quoted Kirillov as saying, adding that US biolabs were present in the cities of Abuja, Zaria and Lagos.

Kirilov called on the WHO to investigate the alleged US role in spreading monkeypox, noting it is necessary to point out a "strange coincidence that requires additional inspection by specialists."

"According to European and US media, materials of 2021 Munich Security Conference (that is, amid the COVID-19 pandemic) mentioned practice of monkeypox countering scenario," the commander added.

Meanwhile, an interview with RT Arabic on Thursday, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said Armenia, Kazakhstan, and Central Asian countries have US-funded biolabs, and Moscow is discussing this issue with its neighbors both bilaterally and through the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO) for implementation of biological safety.

"With practically all the CSTO countries and other CIS countries, we have either concluded or are preparing to conclude memorandums of cooperation on biological safety, stipulating for mutual disclosures on how biological programs are developing in each of our countries," Lavrov added.

"These memorandums envisage mutual visits and examinations of the activities of the laboratories," he said, adding that having “transparency” to “make sure that these programs do not have a military dimension” is of paramount importance.
World faces ‘formidable’ challenges over COVID-19, monkeypox, warns WHO
World faces ‘formidable’ challenges over COVID-19, monkeypox, warns WHO
The world is facing "formidable" challenges, including COVID-19, monkeypox, and the war in Ukraine, the head of the World Health Organization (WHO) has warned.

Monkeypox is related to smallpox, a deadly disease that was eradicated in 1980. But monkeypox is much less severe, with a fatality ratio of 3-6%. Most people recover within three to four weeks.

Sylvie Briand, WHO director for Global Infectious Hazard Preparedness, told the UN agency's annual assembly that if the world acted quickly against monkeypox, it can be contained easily.

Needed measures included the early detection and isolation of cases and contact tracing, she added.

Till now, about 300 cases have been found in around 20 countries.
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1) There is a monkey pox virus endemic in Africa. When a few isolated cases were almost simultaneously announced in London, Madrid, Lisbon, New York, Sydney and other totally disconnected points, I was very puzzled. But a week later I read of a huge “Fetish Gay Festival” held Mauritius island off the coast of Africa and attended by an estimated 85,000 gay men from all continents than that geographical distribution was no longer an enigma.

Nothing this lady says makes an iota of biological sense except to mention Koch’s postulate from the nineteenth century.
I’m sorry to disappoint you on this Judith.
1) There is a monkey pox virus endemic in Africa. When a few isolated cases were almost simultaneously announced in London, Madrid, Lisbon, New York, Sydney and other totally disconnected points, I was very puzzled. But a week later I read of a huge “Fetish Gay Festival” held Mauritius island off the coast of Africa and attended by an estimated 85,000 gay men from all continents than that geographical distribution was no longer an enigma.
To claim that these pox vesicles are a mechanism for our bodies to get rid of the toxins in the vaccines is unimaginable.
The methodology in trying to isolate the virus is infantile to say the least. The injection and looking for mimicking symptoms of humans in her experimental animals is absurd.
Again I’m telling you folks I’m beginning to believe that these are put up to ridicule serious virologists that believe that the SARS/Corona virus was laboratory enhanced and the vaccines’ emergency use authorization was the greatest scam perpetrated. That is why the FDA has only agreed to release the full documents that made them licence the Pfizer vaccine only over a period of 75 years.
When 65 million dozes of the J&J vaccine were declared contaminated and only 15 million recalled, they did not release the most basic informant, namely, what was the freaking contaminant!!
This lady is a diversion.
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Monkeypox outbreaks in Europe linked to fetish festival and sauna superspreader event
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Harvard professor has stated that there are now 127 confirmed cases in 11 different countries

BySteve Houghton David Flett

04:39, 22 MAY 2022

Separate Monkeypox outbreaks in Europe have been linked to a fetish festival and a sauna superspreader event.

It comes as a total of 20 cases of the viral condition, which is not normally found outside of Africa, have now been confirmed in the UK - with other incidences of the disease also being recorded across Western Europe, as well as in Australia, the US and Canada.

In Spain, the majority of the country's 30 people who have been diagnosed with monkeypox are said to have contracted it from a specific sauna in the nation's capital city, as reported in The Daily Mirror. Health officials have also claimed that a "notable proportion" of the people infected in the UK and Europe are gay or bisexual men, according to the Madrid region's health chief Enrique Ruiz Escudero.
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Portugal's first 14 cases were also from males with the same sexual orientation whilst, in Belgium, three moneypox patients were reported by The Daily Telegraph as having attended an Antwerp fetish festival named Darklands which describes itself as a place where “various tribes in the gay fetish community (leather, rubber, army, skinhead, puppies...) come together to create a unique spectacle of fetish brotherhood”. A statement on the festival's website, meanwhile, read: "There’s reason to assume that the virus has been brought in by visitors from abroad to the festival after recent cases in other countries."

The number of monkeypox cases more than doubled in the UK on Friday and, worldwide, 127 instances of the illness have been found in 11 countries, according to Harvard Medical School professor John Brownstein. Its symptoms include headache, swollen lymph nodes, fever, chills and muscle pains and scientists in Germany reckon this outbreak is the largest that has ever been witnessed in Europe with the Robert Koch Institute's Fabian Leendertz describing the current situation as an epidemic, which is defined as the widespread occurrence of an infectious disease in a community at a particular time.

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