"It'll take probably about a billion a year for a Pandemic Task Force at the WHO [World Health Organization] level, which is doing the surveillance and actually doing what I call 'germ games' where you practice… You say, OK, what if a bioterrorist brought smallpox to 10 airports? You know, how would the world respond to that?" Gates said in a Sky News interview in November last year.
The Microsoft co-founder's extraordinary power of seeing the future with or without a crystal ball is really amazing.
The World Socialist Web Site announced that the unprecedented outbreak of monkeypox virus has officially spread to 10 countries outside of Africa with 107 confirmed or suspected cases reported in the United Kingdom (9), Portugal (34), Spain (32), France (1), Belgium (2), Sweden (1), Italy (3), Canada (22), the United States (2) and Australia (1).
The cause of the outbreak is still unknown, but it is the most geographically scattered and fast-spreading monkeypox outbreak since the virus was first found in 1958.
More data and scientific understanding will come out in the next couple of days and weeks, but there are already serious concerns within the scientific community and the public. And one can wonder if this fast-spreading virus has anything to do with the researchers who may have been altering the gain-of-function of these rare pathogens in order to make them more infectious and more deadly.
This monkeypox may possibly be another lab-generated virus that was invented in the 300-or-so Department of Defense-funded secret labs scattered around the globe that are currently leading a vast war on humanity to advance the aspirations of billionaire elites who are dedicated to lowering the world population.
And there has been a simulation exercise imitating a global pandemic involving a bizarre strain of monkeypox that happened in March 2021. It is surprising how many of these preparatory drills appear to happen just before some horrible events.
The worldwide monkeypox outbreak, which occurred on the precise timeline predicted by a biosecurity simulation of a global monkeypox outbreak a year before, bears a remarkable similarity to the outbreak of Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) just months after Event 201, a simulation of a coronavirus pandemic similar to COVID-19.
Some people can say that there is zero chance that this new disease occurred naturally and the only reasonable assumption one can make is that monkeypox, just like COVID, is a lab-generated pathogen dispersed by undercover agents that are waging biowarfare on the world population.
The World Socialist Web Site also reported that scientists think that the virus, which is endemic in parts of Africa, could have evolved to become more infectious and better suited to human-to-human transmission. It added that nearly all people under 42 years old have not received a smallpox vaccine since it was eliminated in 1980. As a consequence, they have no immunity and younger adults can be infected as easily as children.
And epidemiologists have admitted to being baffled by how established the virus already is in communities considering that it is usually extremely rare.
"This is starting off with much more of a foothold, in a much more distributed way, and we don't understand how it got into those networks," Tom Inglesby, director of the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security, said in an interview with STAT News.
The smallpox vaccine can be employed as post-exposure prophylaxis in a ring vaccination model for monkeypox, but the number of severe side effects of the smallpox vaccine makes its use in a mass vaccination campaign problematic. Still, the government immediately bought 13 million doses of smallpox vaccine to be repurposed as monkeypox vaccine as part of its contingency plan. (Related: Why did the government buy 13 million monkeypox vaccines from a biotech company backed by Fauci?)
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Watch the video below to know more about monkeypox from health expert Dr. Peter McCullough.
This video is from the the channel The HighWire with Del Bigtree on Brighteon.com.
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