Monkeypox: G7 launches global simulation, US military provides vaccine

Since yesterday, monkeypox has been causing such a stir that the first articles about the risk of a new epidemic have started to appear. In our view, this is a false alarm, as we have seen in recent weeks with the Marburg virus, measles or meningitis. But in the case of monkeypox, the process is interesting to decipher because it shows how a well-established process of spreading fear has been set in motion.

In a matter of hours, monkeypox has become a major topic of concern on social media. And yesterday’s announcement of the discovery of a suspected case in France should ensure that the issue has lasting popularity. But in a sign of the times, it is as much the modus operandi of this spread as the disease itself that is at the centre of concerns. Is there an epidemic machine manipulating fears to sell remedies?

The question is now on everyone’s lips.

Monkeypox, an unexpected epidemic?

Unlike COVID 19, monkeypox is not really a new disease. It resembles human smallpox, is rarely fatal and is not very contagious between humans.

The Ministry of Health recalls this in an alert issued yesterday:

For the moment, the reported cases are mostly mild, and no deaths have been reported.

As the Ministry of Health also recalls, the disease is endemic in Africa.

For all of the confirmed cases, testing has revealed a virus belonging to the “West African” branch of the MKP virus, suggesting an initial link to Nigeria, where the virus has been circulating regularly since 2017. Apart from the case reported in the UK on 7 May, imported from Nigeria, the newly reported cases do not report travel to Africa or a link to a person who has returned from Africa.

What is intriguing here is the almost simultaneous spread of the disease in several contamination hotspots, with no apparent link between them, especially in Spain, Portugal, England and France. Clearly, it is clearly a Nigerian strain that is circulating. Although the disease is not very contagious and requires an incubation period of two to three weeks, everything is happening as if its spread were lightning fast and without any rational explanation.

An epidemic created?

The idea immediately circulated that this epidemic was anything but random.

Many internet users came across a message spread six months ago by Bill Gates, according to which the world could suffer a bioterrorist attack consisting of the spread of a smallpox virus in 10 airports simultaneously.

Well, well, well!

At the same time, Bill Gates announced that he was going to invest billions in research against this disease. We read in Newsweek the embarrassing fact-checking of this new conspiracy theory. In reality, Gates has been announcing the smallpox epidemic since 2017, and is pushing the WHO to conduct research into it.

It is unclear whether it is Bill Gates’ warnings that are blowing opinion on the smallpox issue out of the water, or whether the potential epidemic is being hyped by the caste because it has been ready for some time.

The G7’s bizarre simulation exercise on… a smallpox epidemic

The information went unnoticed in France, but on the same day that the smallpox epidemic began to spread panic among the masses, the G7 health ministers met to announce… to announce the simulation among themselves of an epidemic of monkeypox due to the bite of a leopard that would spread throughout the world. Here again, the anti-complotters will be able to profit from the deductions to be drawn (too hastily?) from this coincidence. But it is at least difficult not to raise the question of Bill Gates’ influence on G7 decisions or initiatives.

It should be noted that the G7 itself took the opportunity to launch a new ode to the COVID vaccine.

The big challenge is to “get the vaccine to the people,” said Schulze. Many countries did not have the necessary infrastructure and equipment, such as syringes or refrigerated trucks. The G7 countries want to give more support to countries in the South.

It is a short step from there to thinking that the epidemic is a cover for a big vaccine sales operation by Bill Gates and company.

Spain starts buying smallpox vaccines

As expected, Spain has announced its first measures to combat the alleged smallpox epidemic: the country is buying thousands of doses of human smallpox vaccine.

According to the newspaper El País, this vaccine is not intended to be administered to the general population, but only to patients whose infection is confirmed. “It is a vaccine based on an attenuated type of a virus related to smallpox. It is very safe and can also be administered to immunocompromised people, and it has fewer side effects than traditional smallpox vaccines,” Carlos Maluquer, professor of molecular virology at the University of Surrey (UK), told our Spanish colleagues. It is worth noting that the FDA validated the first vaccine against monkeypox on 24 September 2019. How timely! This is Jynneos (monkeypox vaccine), developed by the US military, which is getting better and better!

Monkeypox: G7 launches global simulation, US military provides vaccine

Since yesterday, monkeypox has been causing such a stir that the first articles about the risk of a new epidemic have started to appear. In our view, this is a false alarm, as we have seen in recent weeks with the Marburg virus, measles or meningitis. But in the case of monkeypox, the process is interesting to decipher because it shows how a well-established process of spreading fear has been set in motion.

In a matter of hours, monkeypox has become a major topic of concern on social media. And yesterday’s announcement of the discovery of a suspected case in France should ensure that the issue has lasting popularity. But in a sign of the times, it is as much the modus operandi of this spread as the disease itself that is at the centre of concerns. Is there an epidemic machine manipulating fears to sell remedies?

The question is now on everyone’s lips.

Monkeypox, an unexpected epidemic?

Unlike COVID 19, monkeypox is not really a new disease. It resembles human smallpox, is rarely fatal and is not very contagious between humans.

The Ministry of Health recalls this in an alert issued yesterday:

For the moment, the reported cases are mostly mild, and no deaths have been reported.

As the Ministry of Health also recalls, the disease is endemic in Africa.

For all of the confirmed cases, testing has revealed a virus belonging to the “West African” branch of the MKP virus, suggesting an initial link to Nigeria, where the virus has been circulating regularly since 2017. Apart from the case reported in the UK on 7 May, imported from Nigeria, the newly reported cases do not report travel to Africa or a link to a person who has returned from Africa.

What is intriguing here is the almost simultaneous spread of the disease in several contamination hotspots, with no apparent link between them, especially in Spain, Portugal, England and France. Clearly, it is clearly a Nigerian strain that is circulating. Although the disease is not very contagious and requires an incubation period of two to three weeks, everything is happening as if its spread were lightning fast and without any rational explanation.

An epidemic created?

The idea immediately circulated that this epidemic was anything but random.

Many internet users came across a message spread six months ago by Bill Gates, according to which the world could suffer a bioterrorist attack consisting of the spread of a smallpox virus in 10 airports simultaneously.

Well, well, well!

At the same time, Bill Gates announced that he was going to invest billions in research against this disease. We read in Newsweek the embarrassing fact-checking of this new conspiracy theory. In reality, Gates has been announcing the smallpox epidemic since 2017, and is pushing the WHO to conduct research into it.

It is unclear whether it is Bill Gates’ warnings that are blowing opinion on the smallpox issue out of the water, or whether the potential epidemic is being hyped by the caste because it has been ready for some time.

The G7’s bizarre simulation exercise on… a smallpox epidemic

The information went unnoticed in France, but on the same day that the smallpox epidemic began to spread panic among the masses, the G7 health ministers met to announce… to announce the simulation among themselves of an epidemic of monkeypox due to the bite of a leopard that would spread throughout the world. Here again, the anti-complotters will be able to profit from the deductions to be drawn (too hastily?) from this coincidence. But it is at least difficult not to raise the question of Bill Gates’ influence on G7 decisions or initiatives.

It should be noted that the G7 itself took the opportunity to launch a new ode to the COVID vaccine.

The big challenge is to “get the vaccine to the people,” said Schulze. Many countries did not have the necessary infrastructure and equipment, such as syringes or refrigerated trucks. The G7 countries want to give more support to countries in the South.

It is a short step from there to thinking that the epidemic is a cover for a big vaccine sales operation by Bill Gates and company.

Spain starts buying smallpox vaccines

As expected, Spain has announced its first measures to combat the alleged smallpox epidemic: the country is buying thousands of doses of human smallpox vaccine.

According to the newspaper El País, this vaccine is not intended to be administered to the general population, but only to patients whose infection is confirmed. “It is a vaccine based on an attenuated type of a virus related to smallpox. It is very safe and can also be administered to immunocompromised people, and it has fewer side effects than traditional smallpox vaccines,” Carlos Maluquer, professor of molecular virology at the University of Surrey (UK), told our Spanish colleagues. It is worth noting that the FDA validated the first vaccine against monkeypox on 24 September 2019. How timely! This is Jynneos, (monkeypox vaccine) developed by the US military. It just keeps getting better and better!

https://solidarites-sante.gouv.fr/soins-et-maladies/maladies/maladies-infectieuses/article/monkeypox-information-pour-les-professionnels-de-sante
https://www.independentespanol.com/?utm_source=redirect
https://www.newsweek.com/fact-check-did-bill-gates-predict-monkeypox-outbreak-1708171
https://www.aerzteblatt.de/nachrichten/134391/G7-und-WHO-wollen-Pockenpandemie-in-Uebung-simulieren
https://www.ladepeche.fr/2022/05/19/virus-monkeypox-lespagne-commande-des-milliers-de-vaccins-contre-la-variole-traditionnelle-10305466.php
https://elpais.com/sociedad/2022-05-19/espana-prepara-la-compra-de-miles-de-vacunas-frente-a-la-viruela-tradicional-para-hacer-frente-al-brote-del-virus-del-mono.html
https://lecourrierdesstrateges.fr/2022/05/20/variole-du-singe-le-g7-lance-une-simulation-mondiale-larmee-us-fournit-le-vaccin/

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