UPDATE: We previously reported that the monkeys involved in the truck crash in Pennsylvania were infected with monkeypox, but there is no reliable data indicating that they were infected.
Summary by JW Williams
In November 2021, before the monkeypox potential pandemic was introduced in the news, Bill Gates proposed that it will take tens of billions of dollars for research and development, to be funded by the US and UK, to be fully prepared for the next pandemic. He added that “It’ll take probably about a billion a year for a pandemic task force at the WHO level, which is doing the surveillance and actually doing what I call ‘germ games,’ where you practice. You say, ‘Okay, what if a bioterrorist brought smallpox to 10 airports?’ You know, how would the world respond to that?”
Also in November 2021, the FBI discovered vials of smallpox at a Merck research lab outside Philadelphia. A few months later, a truck carrying monkeys crashed on a Pennsylvania highway and a woman who came into contact with the monkeys fell ill. Massachusetts has reported the first case of monkeypox in the US this week. The Biden administration purchased 13 million Jynneos vaccines for $119 million to prevent monkeypox and smallpox.
This weekend, it was reported that about 100 more cases were detected across European countries, Canada and Australia. Belgium has become the first country to introduce a compulsory 21-day monkeypox quarantine for people who test positive. All of this is very very convenient, just as countries are expected to sign away their sovereignty via a global UN treaty that gives the Director General of the World Health Organization the power to declare public health emergencies, granting him the power to use the military to enforce lockdowns and other regulations. The monkeypox pandemic will likely be used as a pretext for the UN treaty. We have previously reported many times that it has yet to be proven that a virus can cause disease.