May 20, 2022

Out of the Horse’s Mouth: Social Distancing, School & Business Closures, Wearing Masks.  ‘Whatever it Takes’

– But has the gall to say we never locked down…..

Fauci gives viewers a teachable moment in gaslighting, something Lyme/MSIDS patients are quite experienced with, as he attempts to tell Americans that they didn’t experience any lockdowns over the last two years.

“Now is the time to do what you are told.” ~ Dr. Anthony Fauci

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BTW: Fauci’s wife, U.S. Bioethics Chief at the NIH, just published a paper telling corporations they can ethically ‘pressure employees’ and ’embarrass vaccine resistors.’  The paper posits ‘vaccine’ mandates can “be ethically appropriate” if there is “clear articulation about the consequences of not complying with the policy.”  The paper also gives the tactic of using “targeted statistics (such as 75% of the company or unit have been vaccinated) to spur competition or even implicitly embarrass vaccine resistors.”

The unearthed paper comes amidst controversy over Fauci’s decision to fund research on “killer” bat coronaviruses at the Wuhan Institute of Virology. His wife’s supervision of ethics of NIH research and policy are a conflict of interest given Fauci’s role in shaping COVID-19 response and ‘vaccination’ guidelinesSource

And speaking of papers…..

The Infamous Wuhan Lab Recently Assembled Monkeypox Strains Using Methods Flagged For Creating ‘Contagious Pathogens’

Natalie Winters

May 22, 2022

The Wuhan Institute of Virology assembled a monkeypox virus genome, allowing the virus to be identified through PCR tests, using a method researchers flagged for potentially creating a “contagious pathogen,” The National Pulse can reveal.

The study was first published in February 2022, just months before the latest international outbreak of monkeypox cases which appear to have now reached the United States. The publication’s Editor-in-Chief is Wuhan’s infamous “bat lady,” Shi Zhengli, who is the lab’s premier bat coronavirus researcher and a recipient of funds from Anthony Fauci through Peter Daszak’s EcoHealth Alliance.

The paper, which was authored by nine Wuhan Institute of Virology researchers and published in the lab’s quarterly scientific journal Virologica Sinica, also follows the wide-scale use of Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) tests to identify COVID-19-positive individuals.  (See link for article)



  • The paper is titled: “Efficient Assembly of a Large Fragment of Monkeypox Virus Genome as a qPCR Template Using Dual-Selection Based Transformation-Associated Recombination.”
  • Monkey pox viruses – referred to as “MPXVs” in the paper – have strains that are “more pathogenic and [have] been reported to infect humans in various parts of the world.”
  • The paper acknowledged that TAR “applied in virological research could also raise potential security concerns, especially when the assembled product contains a full set of genetic material that can be recovered into a contagious pathogen.
  • While the study conducted experiments on mice and chicken, it noted that H7N9 variants are “also highly transmissible in ferrets, posing the threats of pandemic potential in humans.”
  • The Wuhan lab conducted similar research into strains of bat coronaviruses that could infect humans and has admitted the lab lacks proper safety protocols.
For a brief bit of history:

In 1958, lab monkeys were shipped from Singapore to Denmark of which 30% developed a “pox-like skin eruption” 7-9 weeks after arrival, according to a March 1973 paper  published in what is now the peer-reviewed journal Microbiology and Molecular Biology Reviews.

    • A year later 200 lab monkeys in a Philadelphia Merck facility were infected.
    • There were outbreaks at the Walter Reed Army Institute in Washington D.C.
    • There were outbreaks at the Zoological Garden in the Netherlands in 1962 & 1964.
    • The WHO reported FOUR more pox-like outbreaks in U.S. lab monkeys from 1965-67.

Monkeypox did not affect humans until 1970 in Africa and researchers made sure to highlight the six infected were not vaccinated against smallpox.

History shows monkeypox came from Singapore and was enhanced via gain of function in the U.S., but the narrative is that it originated in Africa in 1958 but nobody explains where or how.  Source

Deja Vu


12 Monkeypox Facts: What You Need to Know

After a deluge of requests from people, here’s the essential information you need to know.

I have to start this article by saying I loathe articles with titles. My immediate reaction to seeing these in MSM is “all you WANT me to know”.

So, here’s a list of unannotated (mostly) facts.

  1. They ran a simulation on a monkeypox outbreak in March 2021. Who? Here.
  2. FDA approved of Tecovirimat, (aka TPOXX), an antiviral that is effective against Monkeypox, in July 2018.
  3. Transmission requires intimate (very close) contact (although it’s not an STD)
  4. CDC says you should not be concerned. Biden says you should.
  5. There are about 1,000 doses of vaccine for Pox viruses (smallpox and monkeypox) that could be used on patients in the US. CDC says for those at “high risk). So that means no one.
  6. Doctors are being told to be on the lookout for Monkeypox cases.
  7. It’s been around since 1958, about the time scientists were injecting African subjects with blood products from monkeys to see which viruses might be transmissible. Zika virus came into our species about the same time.
  8. If you see an overturned truckload of escaped monkeys, keep driving. Don’t stop and “help”, or, according to the official narrative, a monkey might “hiss” in your face.
  9. There are only about 200 recent cases worldwide.
  10. WHO’s Interim Guidance suggests the use of RT-PCR with positive controls. (What???? Where were the positive controls for SARS-CoV-2????)
  11. WHO and CDC have both said it can be “contained”.
  12. Moderna has jumped onto the Monkeypox vaccine bandwagon.More later.



Clarification: Monkeypox IS spreading through sexual contact, but is not considered a STD.  See this article for more:  This point is being debated.

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