Is Monkeypox a Smokescreen for Global Health Power Grab?

Rob Verkerk

The current World Health Organization (WHO) suspected case definition of monkeypox is broad enough to include anyone with COVID-19 or a common cold, who also have a shingles rash.

As it happens, there are a large number of people out there who have suffered immune suppression from COVID-19 injections and who also sport a shingles rash.

Should we be worried? We think so, but not about monkeypox itself. Much more about what the WHO and collaborating institutions, governments and corporations are up to.

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