Doctor Monkey warns that there is a suspicious pattern behind the smallpox outbreak

There are many speculations that the novel coronavirus was a biological weapon developed in the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) laboratory. Now, an American doctor has a theory that a new monkeypox outbreak could be just as bad.

Dr. Syed Haider told The Epoch Times that the development of monkeypox is similar to how COVID-19 was introduced to the world.

Dr. Syed Haider. (Courtesy of Haider)

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), monkeypox is a rare disease caused by exposure to the monkeypox virus, a member of the same family of viruses that cause chickenpox. The symptoms of monkeypox are similar to smallpox, but are much milder and rarely fatal.

Monkeypox was discovered in 1958, after two outbreaks of a smallpox-like disease, when colonies of monkeys were kept for research. However, the source of the disease remains unknown. Although African rodents and monkeys can harbor the virus and transmit it to humans, it was not until the 1970s that monkeys were first reported.

Prior to the 2022 outbreak, human cases of monkeypox were reported in several Central and West African countries. However, almost all cases outside of Africa were related to international travel.

About a year after the outbreak of COVID-19, Haider said he became aware of “Event 201,” a tabletop exercise that took place months before the coronavirus began to spread.

“It really prompted a response from governments around the world,” Hyder explained. “They followed the recommendations that were developed in that tabletop exercise about blocking and masking and dealing with misinformation online. They addressed all of these topics.”

Haider noted that in March 2021, before the current outbreak of monkeypox, there was another tabletop exercise organized by the Nuclear Threat Initiative and the Munich Security Conference. This time, it was for a “weird variant of monkeypox” that was hypothetically bioengineered and released to the world as a weapon by a terrorist group on May 15, 2022. This hypothetical strain of monkeypox was found to be resistant to existing smallpox vaccines, which Hyder said should work against monkeypox as well.

“Surprisingly, the current outbreak started within a day or two of the expected date in the tabletop exercise,” Hyder said.

‘Unusual Option’

“It’s an unusual option,” Hyder said. “We didn’t have the type of monkeypox that primarily spread among gay people.”

Haider said there are other signs that lead to the belief that the current strain of monkeypox was engineered.

He said that the monkeypox virus mutates very slowly and that the last known precursor of this variant was so different that it could not have occurred naturally, adding that natural evolution did not have enough time to create the variant that is now common.

While it’s not “evidence” and not considered a “smoking gun,” Haider said it’s highly suspicious and “there is concern that this is another bioweapon or some kind of bioterrorism incident.”

According to Hyder, during the monkeypox tabletop exercise, the researchers involved recommended mandatory masking and blocking and vaccinating people.

“My main concern is to make it clear to people that this could be used to take away our freedoms in the same way that the COVID pandemic has been used,” he said.

Haider noted that this does not mean that monkeypox may not affect some people or that it is not a real virus.

“Some people may be hospitalized and some may eventually die, especially with the health care system being overwhelmed,” he said. “What we’re seeing now is that 10 percent of people with monkeypox are hospitalized because of severe sores. It can take weeks and they may need strong painkillers.”

Repurposed for control

Haider’s important message to the people is that the authorities should not insist on controlling the epidemic with measures that are ineffective. It is best to create a program that involves “isolation of activities” rather than widespread participation of entire societies.

“It works,” Hyder said. “This will stop the spread of monkey disease. This is a very slow moving virus. It doesn’t spread as fast as COVID. If you isolate the disease until it is no longer symptomatic, here’s what you should do. In this case, there is no asymptomatic spread, or it is rare. In terms of public health, if something is rare, it doesn’t really enter the public health equation.

Haider explains that what people should be concerned about is the common route of infection.

“While it may be possible to kiss someone or stay an inch from their face for six hours, it will not advance the pandemic,” he explained. “This will not lead to a fire spreading to society. What can cause spread is contact with sores or contact with fluid from the sores. So we want people to know that if you think you have monkeypox, isolate yourself and make sure you don’t spread it to others. This is the way to stop the pandemic. Masking is a ridiculous measure for monkeypox, even more ridiculous than COVID.”

Haider said that monkeypox “can easily change everything, try to control people, especially in the mid-term elections, by trying to get us to not go to the polls or use mail-in voting.” rather than individual voting”. According to him, it can also be sued as an “economic tool”.

“Covid has become an economic weapon that has destroyed economies and impoverished people around the world,” Haider recalls. “It’s middle-blighted and has the highest concentration of small businesses and wealth. And it extends not only to the economy, but also to people’s health.”

Multiply the numbers

As Haider explains, people die when the economy collapses through a phenomenon known as “the death of impossibility.”

According to the American Council on Science and Health, “deaths of despair” are defined as “deaths from suicide, drug overdose and alcoholic liver disease,” which have become increasingly problematic during prolonged isolation during the COVID-19 lockdown. Statistics show that easy access to guns, alcohol and opiates – either prescribed, diverted or obtained illegally – increases the likelihood of these deaths.

Haider also said that, as was the case during the COVID-19 pandemic, people can die of heart attacks or strokes at home because they are afraid to leave their homes and go to the hospital. Haider also noted that most of the deaths from COVID-19 were actually people who “died of COVID, not of COVID.”

As of August, 95 percent of Americans have died from COVID-19, according to a CDC report. As of December 7, 2022, influenza or pneumonia (44.2 percent), hypertension (18.2 percent), diabetes (13.6 percent), Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias (10.3 percent), and sepsis (11) comorbidities were the cause of death. percent) percent). Deaths from heart attacks and even deaths from motorcycle accidents are coded as COVID-19 deaths.

Stand up to the threat

According to Haider, the number of preventable deaths from the COVID-19 pandemic, and this one from monkeypox, are deaths caused by mismanagement, blockades and unnecessary mandates that force people into depressing isolation conditions.

Hyder said most people are not at risk of contracting monkeypox because it is primarily sexually transmitted among gay men.

“I don’t want to be scary,” Haider said, adding that he fears young patients who are not at risk for COVID-19 and asked him how many masks he should wear or whether a biohazard suit would save them. safe.

“The fear itself is bad for your immune system,” he said. “It triggers immunosuppressants, which make your body more susceptible to infection and disease.”

Haider’s main message to people is “don’t be afraid of this.”

“If it gets bigger and spreads more, we will develop the same protocols as during COVID,” assured Haider, noting that he already has promising preparedness protocols that he is offering to his patients through his online practice.

“We must not allow governments to take control as they did last time,” Haider warned. “Whoever thinks this is funny and thinks we’re not going to put up with this again, think again. When the mainstream media comes out and decides to cover monkeypox 24/7, as they did with COVID, people will become convinced again, fear again, and accept a public lockdown again.

“We need to start working now to make sure this doesn’t happen again.”

Jan Jekielek contributed to this report.


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