Monkeypox: Gain of Stupidity

The newest shitstorm making its rounds on the propaganda networks of the central government would lead you to believe you’re probably going to die any minute from a monkey attack.


I’m fucking pissed. I’m pissed because the mere insinuation that monkeypox is spreading through “community transmission” at such a rapid rate, as if it always has, is a load of horse shit.

In 2003 there was an outbreak in the great lakes area of the United States that affected 47 people. In this outbreak, there was zero human-to-human transmission. In 2006 a group of researchers from Oxford University categorized the 2003 outbreak exposures into two groups, "...'noninvasive' (e.g., the person touched an infected animal, cleaned an infected animal’s cage, and/or stood within 6 feet of an infected animal) or 'complex' (e.g., invasive bite or scratch from an ill prairie dog plus potential noninvasive exposure)."


To make it even plainer—here is a direct quote from the same research paper: "There were no instances of human-to-human transmission documented." You can't get any clearer than that statement. So to break this down, in an actual outbreak of monkeypox, there were precisely zero instances of humans spreading it to other humans. Obviously, this isn’t always the case for an outbreak, but it’s a good case study because of the thorough research and documentation. Okay, now that we have all the heavy lifting out of the way, let's look at the current situation.


As of 05.20.22, the World Health Organization (WHO), you know, the ones who made a mockery of public health policy by not stopping travel from China when COVID made its debut, made a statement that the organization was following 80 cases of monkeypox in 11 countries. I hate to break it to the WHO and any other health organization, but that's not how monkeypox outbreaks usually happen. So it sounds a little bit like...gain-of-function?


To the uninitiated, gain-of-function is, “A mutation that confers new or enhanced activity on a protein.” In laymen terms it’s a human manipulation to make a disease or pathogen more transmissible, have a different host range (types of host the microorganism can infect), and even the pathogenesis (or how the pathogen develops).

In Munich 2021, the Nuclear Threat Initiative partnered with the Munich Security Conference to hold an international biosecurity conference that conducted a simulation of what a monkeypox outbreak could look like. The participants are either incredibly smart or irresponsibly stupid because they quite literally predicted the exact week the outbreak would commence.

What other “simulations” have occurred that we should be worried about?

Here's the kicker, and one of the main reasons I'm writing this article, in London, the BBC is reporting that most of their cases are being found among gay and bisexual men. Who else has experience working with gain-of-function research as well as diseases that somehow disproportionally target gay men? Anthony Fucking Fauci.


If you haven't figured it out by now, CD and I are a gay couple. I wouldn't say we are your standard flag-waving, feather-wearing, pride-attending gays, but it is part of our life. I don't know if this is another attempt by the dark forces in the swamp to go after gay people to other us further, but we aren't going to go along with their disgusting plan silently. In the 80s, gay people were demonized and shunned because of the Fauci-manufactured AIDS crisis, and we aren't going back to those days.


I don't care anymore about being called a conspiracy theorist or whatever the propaganda machine comes up with this week. If the numbers add up to malevolent behavior, we should start there. How is this contagion spreading with such precision in countries all over the world? How are outbreaks only seeming to happen in western nations with no discernable link?


I don't know the answers to these questions—and I don't know if we'll ever know. But one thing is for sure...this smells like Washington.

 

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