As expected by many of us keeping an eye out, a new biological threat to humanity is being unfurled and run up the flag pole.
This time, much like SarsCov2 and Covid19 was game-planned by Event 201 at Johns Hopkins, the release of a monkeypox virus was the centerpiece of a “tabletop exercise” in March 2021, and a report made public in November 2021. Recent mainstream media reporting of an “outbreak” of a monkeypox virus, in the context of recent history and this exercise, demands closer scrutiny.
First off, Robert Malone, a physician and scientist who knows of which he speaks, explains the nature of a monkey pox in a Substack posting (some relevant excerpts):
I keep getting asked the same question again and again; is this outbreak of monkey pox a real threat, or is this another case of overstated and weaponized public health messaging? I am going to save my answer to this question for the end of this article and instead focus on what monkey pox is, the nature and characteristics of the associated disease, what we know and don’t know.
The symptoms of monkeypox are somewhat similar to, but much milder than smallpox disease. The general clinical presentation of the disease caused by the West African monkey pox clade virus involves Influenza-like symptoms — fever, body aches, chills — together with swollen lymph nodes.
Current data indicate that Monkeypox is not very infectious in humans – it has a low Ro (perhaps below 1), which is the term used to describe how efficiency an infectious disease can spread from human to human.
In my opinion, based on currently available information, Monkeypox is a virus and disease which is endemic in Africa, emerges sporadically after transmission into humans from animal hosts, and is typically spread by close human contact. It is readily controlled by classical public health measures. It does not have a high mortality rate. Unless there has been some genetic alteration, either through evolution or intentional genetic manipulation, it is not a significant biothreat, and has never been considered a high threat pathogen in the past.
Full article at https://rwmalonemd.substack.com/p/monkey-pox?s=r
The exercise was conducted by the Nuclear Threat Initiative (NTI) in cooperation with the Munich Security Conference in March 2021. The report, “Strengthening Global Systems
to Prevent and Respond to
High-Consequence Biological Threats” was released November 2021, available here https://www.nti.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/NTI_Paper_BIO-TTX_Final.pdf
The scenario envisions a terrorist group releasing a weaponized form of monkey pox in the fictional nation of Brinia. The exercise
scenario concludes with more than three billion
cases and 270 million fatalities globally.
Scott Creighton has done an excellent job summarizing the ~30 page report and picking out the most salient aspects that we should be paying attention to. We ignore the patterns of behavior these elites exhibit at our own peril, “Coincidence Theory” is not useful.