WHO: Monkeypox Not Yet A Global Emergency

In this June 25, 2022 article for Stat News, Andrew Joseph reports that the World Health Organization (WHO) has refused to declare monkeypox a public health emergency of international concern (PHEIC), a designation that effectively made COVID a pandemic.

The decision came after the June 23, 2022 meeting of the WHO Emergency Committee. According to the committee, it will reconsider its decision “depending on whether cases accelerate in the next few weeks; more countries start reporting cases; if there are upticks in cases in other groups of people; and if there are any signs the virus is becoming more transmissible or starts causing severe illness.

Editor’s Note: The WHO’s decision came days after the World Health Network (WHN) declared monkeypox a pandemic [see World Health Network Declares Monkeypox A Pandemic, Wants WHO To Follow Suit]. And while we wish to commend the WHO for standing its ground, we are also concerned that the rollout of the ACAM2000 and Jynneos “vaccines” both of which are live vaccines and could potentially cause the actual spread of the virus they are trying to prevent. Aside from this, these types of vaccines are also associated with vaccine shedding wherein unvaccinated people who come into close contact with people who received the vaccine could potentially experience serious health problems. [1]https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1538998/, https://www.sciencedirect.com/topics/immunology-and-microbiology/attenuated-vaccine

And given our experience with the COVID shots, it is not impossible that the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) would authorize the use of these “vaccines” despite their associated risks.

The ACAM2000 is already proven to cause the spread of the vaccine virus. The newer Jynneos is said to be “non-replicating” but no real studies have been conducted to rule out vaccine-induced infection. [Read Should I Take The Monkeypox Vaccine When It Becomes Available? to know more].

What if the rollout of the shots in monkeypox causes more monkeypox cases?

Remember how in 2020, the International Health Regulations Emergency Committee said that the COVID outbreak was not a PHEIC[2]https://www.who.int/news/item/23-01-2020-statement-on-the-meeting-of-the-international-health-regulations-(2005)-emergency-committee-regarding-the-outbreak-of-novel-coronavirus-(2019-ncov), but changed its tune within seven days, after much pressure from the health community. Will monkeypox follow this same route?

Already, WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus was already priming the international community for a monkeypox pandemic, saying that the outbreak “is clearly an evolving health threat [that] requires our collective attention and coordinated action now.” Moreover, the Emergency Committee also stated that “the emergency nature of the event and that controlling the further spread of outbreak requires intense response efforts.”

A draft “WHO Strategic Plan for the Containment of the Multi-Country Monkeypox Outbreak” is already available. This must be the product of the tabletop exercise conducted by the WHO in coordination with the Gates foundation and other Pharma executives [see WHO calls for emergency meeting as monkeypox cases in Europe cross 100].

We think that the WHO is delaying declaring monkeypox a pandemic as they are waiting for reactions from the international community. If people take the bait and “demand” for the PHEIC designation, the same way as there was a “demand” during the COVID outbreak, then WHO will know that people will accept another medical martial law and that the mass psychosis is still very much alive [read The Real Global Pandemic is not COVID-19, it is Mass Psychosis].

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