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Monkeypox Outbreak Leads to First Mandatory Quarantine in Country That Hosted Massive Gay Pride Festival

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At a recently hosted Gran Canaria pride festival in The Canary Islands, it is believed that the monkeypox virus began its worldwide spread.

The Daily Mail reported that “The Gran Canarian pride festival attended by 80,000 from Britain and across Europe is being investigated after being linked to numerous monkeypox cases in Madrid, Italy, and Tenerife.”

It was attended by many people who have allegedly tested positive for the virus after having been there.

Belgium has introduced the first mandatory quarantine for monkeypox.

The Dutch publication Standaard reported, “Those infected with the monkeypox virus must be in isolation for 21 days.”

Virologist Marc Van Ranst would like to investigate whether the virus can spread airborne.

A health source told El País that it is not possible to know yet if one of the 30 or so diagnosed patients in Madrid is patient zero or if they became infected with the virus while they were there.

Allegedly, human to human transmission of monkeypox is thought to occur predominantly through large respiratory droplets. Because respiratory droplets do not travel more than a few feet, it is believed that prolonged face-to-face contact is required. Other modes of transmission are believed to have included direct contact with bodily fluids or lesion material – it is believed that sexual transmission is highly possible but has not happened in great numbers to date.

The World Health Organisation claims to have counted 80 confirmed cases and has 50 pending investigations as of May 21st, which was started in a tweet. However, many people are questioning why we should trust the WHO after the controversy that has transpired over the past three years.

The influential global security organisation known as the Nuclear Threat Initiative published a wargame document in March 2021 that specifically predicted a monkeypox outbreak in May 2022.

Segments from the conference paper read:

 “In March 2021, NTI partnered with the Munich Security Conference to conduct a tabletop exercise on reducing high-consequence biological threats. The exercise examined gaps in national and international biosecurity and pandemic preparedness architectures – exploring opportunities to improve prevention and response capabilities for high-consequence biological events. This report summarises the exercise scenario, key findings from the discussion, and actionable recommendations for the international community.”

“Developed in consultation with technical and policy experts, the exercise scenario portrayed a deadly, global pandemic involving an unusual strain of monkeypox virus that first emerges in the fictional country of Brinia and eventually spreads globally.”

“Later in the exercise, the scenario reveals that the initial outbreak was caused by a terrorist attack using a pathogen engineered in a laboratory with inadequate biosafety and biosecurity provisions and weak oversight. The exercise scenario concludes with more than three billion cases and 270 million fatalities globally.”

The knowledge of this document has left a number of everyday people scoffing at the likelihood of the virus being anything more than fear-mongering, which can be seen in the numerous memes and posts on all social media platforms.

The monkeypox outbreak coincides with the World Health Organisation’s aggressive push to accrue vast new powers which include the authority to unilaterally declare “pandemics” that would compel signatories to enact measures, including vaccine mandates.

The general feeling about this is a concern about being controlled by a self-appointed, global organisation that is quite clearly exerting an overreach upon the people.

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