Pediatric cases of Monkeypox increase just as schools start to open after summer break
Is the upcoming school year in jeopardy?
I’ve been worried about Monkeypox since May. One of my fears was that kids would start getting it, and I assumed the numbers would start increasing right around September. Well, it has started. These screenshots were taking Aug 29 10 p.m.
In King County, where Seattle sits, an infant has monkeypox.
In Georgia, three children tested positive for Monkeypox.
In America, we now have 18 children who are infected with Monkeypox.
In LaLa Land, where most of America’s medical professionals now reside, they are discovering what real scientists have been saying since this “outbreak” began: This ain’t your father’s Monkeypox. Oh, and looky here: Discovery of separate Monkeypox strains.
It’s getting into animal reservoirs
And if that weren’t bad enough, it seems pretty clear that Monkeypox will be endemic here in the West now; animals are getting it. In France, a dog has contracted monkeypox. The CDC and FDA, are doing some early-pandemic positioning towards plausible deniability. Consider the following quote:
We are still learning which species of animals can get monkeypox. While we do not know if reptiles, amphibians, or birds can get monkeypox, it is unlikely since these animals have not been found to be infected with other orthopoxviruses. Not all animals may have a rash when they have monkeypox. Infected animals can spread Monkeypox virus to people, and it is possible that people who are infected can spread Monkeypox virus to animals through close contact, including petting, cuddling, hugging, kissing, licking, sharing sleeping areas, and sharing food.
Dr. Geert Vanden Bossche has a very disturbing take on what is happening:
C-19 vaccinated populations will soon serve as a reservoir for zoonotic viral disease not only for Monkeypox but also for zoonotic flu. Although I thought avian flu would be the most likely candidate, swine flu should obviously be considered too! Like the situation with Monkeypox, I expect to see more and more cases of zoonotic flu occurring and spreading in the human population.
It’s in our wastewater
It’s not just in an animal resevoir now. Monkeypox is also in our waste water system. MSM outlets claim “No, there isn’t evidence that monkeypox can spread through wastewater.” Nothing like an appeal to ignorance fallacy in a headline to build credibility for a “news” organization.
It’s not likely in America that we need to worry too much about waste water being a large driver of the pandemic. Perhaps the only folks who should be on heightened alert are plumbers who work around raw sewage regularly. But the case of polio is worth examining. We are seeing in the Democratic Replubic of the Congo, a resurgence of Polio caused by a vaccine. “The polio virus travels in water…”
Draw your own conclusions. I have no idea whether Monkeypox can travel in water, but my guess is since the CDC, WHO and the other usual suspects are pushing the “appeal to ignorance” fallacy, we should assume the opposite: There is no evidence that monkeypox DOESN’T spread through wastewater.
It will be a big deal. Get ready.
If you think 18 cases of pediatric Monkeypox isn’t that bad, just think back three months to when we only had a handful of Monkeypox cases in the US. I’ll say it again. This isn’t the typical monkeypox virus. It will spread to our kids. It WILL be a big deal. Get ready for it now. (And keep your eye on Polio as well.)
Why am I so sure it will continue? The event Southern Decadence will open September 1-5. It is an annual LGBTQ festival. There is not a single warning about Monkeypox on the website. Not a single one.
And that brings me to my final thought of this article. Consider the lyrics from Les Miserables:
Least I give my customers /Some pleasure in return
[Old beggar woman:]
I know what you give / Give 'em all the pox / Spread around your poison / Till they end up in a box
Leave the poor old cow / Move it, Madeleine / She used to be no better / Till the clap got to her brain
“The Clap” is an old term for STDs.
The LGBTQ community seem to think that since they have the Monkeypox vaccine and they’re on PREp they are immune to anything bad. Nothing could be further from the truth. The CDC cowardly suggests alternate ways to have sex “with clothes on, masturbating together from across the room…” instead of telling everyone to just be celibate a while!
The monkeypox pandemic will continue to escalate, not because we have don’t have enough, but because early on, the homosexual community did not control itself.
I’m afraid the clap has gone to our brains.
P.S. Please don’t rush to get the vaccines. They’re not what you think…and they’ve not been tested.