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No need for mass vaccination against monkeypox - WHO

Magnified image of skin tissue infected with monkeypox virus
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Magnified image of skin tissue, harvested from a lesion on the skin of a monkey, infected with monkeypox virus. Courtesy CDC
Meanwhile, the total number of cases in the UK alone has reached 106.

There is no need for mass vaccination against monkeypox but contact tracing and isolation remain essential to contain the outbreak, Rosamund Lewis, the head of the World Health Organization's smallpox department, said on Friday.

During a briefing in Geneva, Lewis said that, according to the latest advice from WHO, only people who professionally deal with viruses - i.e. lab personnel, health workers, and first responders - might need to be considered for extra protection. Smallpox countermeasures, including vaccines, are believed to be effective against monkeypox.
"What we have advised so far is that there is no need for mass vaccination, there is no need for large immunization campaigns," Lewis said.
However, she explained, as the disease gets transmitted primarily by close physical contact, skin-to-skin contact, and face-to-face contact, "contact tracing, investigation, and isolation remain the primary modes of control for the time being."

The WHO expert stressed that it was "critically important" to take the isolation of contacts very seriously.

Comment: The WHO says there is no need for mass vaccination campaigns for now, but for how long?

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WHO not expecting 'at this moment' for Monkeypox to turn into pandemic

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The U.N. standing body is still investigating a number of questions surrounding the virus that has broken out internationally.

The World Health Organization says it does not think reported monkeypox case around the world right now will grow into a pandemic, but officials at the United Nations-led group still acknowledge many unknowns in connect with the recent outbreak.

"At the moment, we are not concerned about a global pandemic," Dr. Rosamund Lewis said Monday during a live Q&A. "We are concerned that individuals may acquire this infection through high-risk exposure if they don't have the information they need to protect themselves."

Comment: In other words, monkeypox is a NothingBurgerTM . It serves to scare the populace and not let them fall into the idea that they're safe, though, keeping lockdowns, vaccines and social distancing on the mind. Which may have been the entire plan.

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Covid lockdowns caused 3,000 extra diabetes deaths in England due to lack of vital checks and tests, NHS report finds

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An NHS analysis found the proportion of diabetes patients in England who got all eight of their annual health checks for their condition fell 44.8 per cent during lockdown
More than 3,000 diabetics in England may have died due to a lack of health checks during the first year of Covid, a major NHS study warns.

The review of more than 3million diabetic patients found a massive drop-off in critical checks and tests for diabetes patients in 2020, after the first two lockdowns.

Diabetes patients are meant to have check-ups and tests to look for heart problems, infection or other changes that could be deadly.

But researchers found just 26.5 per cent received their full set of checks in England 2020/21, compared with 48 per cent the previous year.

They said diabetes took a 'double mortality hit' when the NHS moved to remote working and routine appointments were cancelled to focus on Covid.

The study, led by NHS bosses, compared deaths among diabetics in a 15-week period in summer 2021 with the same period in 2019.

They found non-Covid related deaths among diabetes patients rose 11 per cent over this period, an extra 3,075 fatalities than would normally be expected.

Comment: It's not just diabetes and heart disease deaths. Non-covid excess deaths are still above average. In just the last 4 weeks in England and Wales, there have been over 3000.
According to data from the Office for National Statistics (ONS), Covid deaths have been dropping as the Omicron waves have subsided, but non-Covid deaths have spiked. No explanation has been provided for this, but ambulance services have reported very high demand, including for strokes, said to be at a record high. Ambulance call-outs for cardiac or respiratory arrest are also trending above average.
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Cover-up? Pathologist who said 30-40% of post-vaccine autopsies died from vaccine went oddly silent, stopped carrying out autopsies

Peter Schirmacher, Managing Director of the Institute of Pathology at Heidelberg University Hospital
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Peter Schirmacher, Managing Director of the Institute of Pathology at Heidelberg University Hospital
If we are going to get to the bottom of whether and to what extent vaccines are contributing to the deaths of the vaccinated, autopsies are a crucial tool. So where are all the autopsies to help us answer these questions?

Back last summer, the Chief Pathologist at the University of Heidelberg, Dr. Peter Schirmacher, was pushing for many more autopsies of vaccinated people. His team had just finished conducting 40 autopsies of people who had died within two weeks of vaccination and concluded that 30-40% of them died from the vaccine.

Dr. Schirmacher warned of a high number of unreported deaths from vaccination and lamented that pathologists don't notice most of the patients who die from a vaccination. The problem, he explained, is that vaccinated people do not usually die under clinical observation.
The doctor examining the corpse does not establish any context with the vaccination and certifies a natural death and the patient is buried. Or he certifies an unclear manner of death and the public prosecutor sees no third-party fault and releases the body for burial.

Comment: From Dr. Arne Burkhardt's report
Histopathologic studies: findings

Histopathologic findings of a similar nature were detected in organs of 14 of the 15 deceased. Most frequently afflicted were the heart (14 of 15 cases) and the lung (13 of 15 cases). Pathologic alterations were furthermore observed in the liver (2 cases), thyroid gland (Hashimoto's thyroiditis, 2 cases), salivary glands (Sjögren's Syndrome; 2 cases) and brain (2 cases).

A number of salient aspects dominated in all affected tissues of all cases:
  1. inflammatory events in small blood vessels (endothelitis), characterized by an abundance of T-lymphocytes and sequestered, dead endothelial cells within the vessel lumen;
  2. the extensive perivascular accumulation of T-lymphocytes;
  3. a massive lymphocytic infiltration of surrounding non-lymphatic organs or tissue with T-lymphocytes
Lymphocytic infiltration occasionally occurred in combination with intense lymphocytic activation and follicle formation. Where these were present, they were usually accompanied by tissue destruction.

This combination of multifocal, T-lymphocyte-dominated pathology that clearly reflects the process of immunological self-attack is without precedent. Because vaccination was the single common denominator between all cases, there can be no doubt that it was the trigger of self-destruction in these deceased individuals.


Histopathologic analysis show clear evidence of vaccine-induced autoimmune-like pathology in multiple organs. That myriad adverse events deriving from such auto-attack processes must be expected to very frequently occur in all individuals, particularly following booster injections, is self-evident.

Beyond any doubt, injection of gene-based COVID-19 vaccines places lives under threat of illness and death. We note that both mRNA and vector-based vaccines are represented among these cases, as are all four major manufacturers.
All of the stories below can be explained by the findings of Dr. Burkhardt. They are variations of vaccine-induced auto-immune attack:


Spain sounds alarm over mysterious hepatitis in children, worldwide cases reach 650

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Worldwide, some 650 cases of acute hepatitis of unknown aetiology have been reported, WHO figures show.

Spain has registered 30 cases of acute hepatitis of unknown origins since the beginning of this year, a fresh situation report from the country's Health Ministry shows.

The mysterious illness has primarily affected young children, with 24 of the patients aged 10 and below. None of the patients are related to each other, the ministry noted, with no epidemiological links established between the cases.

Comment: When this is going on, why is monkeypox grabbing all the headlines?

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Objective:Health - What's the Next Big Pandemic?

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With people being at the point now that they've all but forgotten about Covid (except for Canada), the puppet masters are, no doubt, looking for the next big pandemic they can inflict upon humanity to make us all cower in fear in our homes, unnecessarily disinfect every square inch of our existence, throw muzzles on our faces and isolate ourselves from our loved ones for two years. But which disease will they choose?

While monkeypox is grabbing all the headlines at the moment, it seems unlikely it has the strength or virulence to truly take us down the pandemic path. What about bird flu? With flocks being culled across Europe and the US, all that would be needed is a little species jump to get a pandemic really going! And would you look at that - Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has already bought and paid for research that helped that jump along (and they threw in a dash of the 1918 Spanish flu virus just for good measure!)

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'DNA repair genes' may explain mystery of why many lifelong smokers never get lung cancer

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Smoke em if you got em
Tobacco products cause up to 90 percent of lung cancer deaths in the United States, according to the Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The US national public health agency also warns in its guidance that people who smoke cigarettes are 15 to 30 times more likely to die from lung cancer than people who do not smoke.

Comment: Emphasis on according to the CDC...

Furthermore, the findings could help explain why some people who never smoke at all nevertheless develop tumours. Scientists have long been puzzled why not all lifelong smokers succumb to the disease.

Comment: Specifically, 90% of them don't.

Genetics appear to have a key role to play in this, according to a new study published in Nature Genetics.

In the US, cigarette smoking is the number one risk factor for lung cancer, linked to about 90 percent of the lung cancer deaths. The toxic mix of more than 7,000 chemicals in tobacco smoke is such, according to the Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), that even smoking a few cigarettes a day or smoking occasionally increases the risk of lung cancer.

Comment: There's no way they're ever putting this genie back in the bottle. Smokers were massively 'underrepresented' among Covid victims. In fact, smoking proved to be the single greatest medical prophylactic against Covid - by a mile.


Yikes: The brave new world of genetically modified people

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This story is about the hubris of conquest and genetic modification. Let's start with the ugly. The richest people of the world, as well as their loyal servants from the World Economic Forum, are on the Genetic Modification team. According to the World Economic Forum, "the evolution of gene testing and gene editing will drive the future of healthcare."

They really can't sleep at night knowing that they have not yet stuck their fingers into every nook and cranny of the human body and efficiently monetized them! Here is a technical video from 2016 on "Harnessing Gene Editing for Multiple and Permanent Genetic Changes."

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Monkeypox can be contained if we act now, WHO says

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A World Health Organisation senior official said on Friday that the priority needs to be containing monkeypox in non-endemic countries, saying that this can be achieved through quick action.

Monkeypox, typically a mild viral infection, is endemic in the African countries but its spread to non-endemic countries such as in Europe and the United States has raised concerns. So far, there are more than 200 confirmed or suspected countries in around 20 cases where the virus was not previously circulating.

"We think if we put the right measures in place now we can contain it easily," Sylvie Briand, WHO director for Global Infectious Hazard Preparedness said at a technical briefing to member states at the UN health agency's annual assembly.

Comment: So the call to return to lockdowns and social distancing has been issued. How long before everyone is imprisoned in their homes again?

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Fascia: Meet your body's fashionable "new" organ

Andreas Vesalius medicine anatomy
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Andreas Vesalius (1514-1564)
It's not often that a new functional organ is found in the human body, considering that everything has been dissected and drawn for centuries and photographed in detail for decades. This organ is big and obvious! Ignoring it is like throwing away the wrapping paper and then finding out that the wrapping paper was a major part of the gift.

It's called fascia — a word from Latin meaning bandage. In anatomy, fascia is defined as "a band or sheath of connective tissue investing, supporting, or binding together internal organs or parts of the body." Laypersons who have heard the word were probably afflicted with plantar fasciitis, an ailment that inflames the fascia along the bottom of the foot. I've had it and know that PF is painful. It can sometimes be relieved by weeks of physical therapy or a shot of cortisone. I reflected on a long hike recently how wonderful it feels to walk again without PF pain. I learned from my podiatrist and his foot model that the plantar fascia holds the heel and toes together.

Comment: "Fringe" body-workers, such as Rolfers and myofascial release therapists have known of the importance of well-functioning fascia for decades. Nice to see 'modern' medicine catching up.