Monkeypox Outbreak: 99% Of Cases Detected Are In Men

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According to a World Health Organization report, 99% of cases of the monkeypox are detected in men. A total of 42 countries, both endemic and non-endemic, have reported 2,103 laboratory-confirmed cases of monkeypox, since the beginning of the year, according to the WHO. 

The WHO, which is a “global health body” has decided to drop the distinction between “endemic” and “non-endemic” countries now that the monkeypox is becoming more widespread. “We are removing the distinction between endemic and non-endemic countries, reporting on countries together where possible, to reflect the unified response that is needed,” the WHO said in a statement. “A total of 2,103 laboratory-confirmed cases, one probable cause, and one death have been reported to WHO from 42 countries, between January 1 to June 15,” it added according to a report by The Weather Channel. 

Over 98% of monkeypox cases have been reported since May of this year and with Europe reporting 84% of those cases. Of these cases, a whopping 99% of all monkeypox cases are reported in men, and “most self-identify as men who have sex with other men”, the United Nations agency said.

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The newly presented symptoms of monkeypox include the “presentation of only a few or even just a single lesion, lesions that begin in the genital or perineal/perianal area and do not spread further, lesions appearing at different (asynchronous) stages of development, and the appearance of lesions before the onset of fever, malaise and other constitutional symptoms,” the global health body said.

Monkeypox lesions

Monkeypox lesions

And even though 99% of cases are in men, the WHO still doesn’t know what role “vaginal fluid” plays in transmission. “It is unclear what role sexual bodily fluids, such as semen and vaginal fluids, play in the transmission of monkeypox,” the WHO said.

The UN health body is set to hold an emergency meeting on June 23 to determine whether to classify the global monkeypox outbreak as a public health emergency of international concern. So basically, the ruling class is going to meet to decide what smaller ruling classes should do to the public because 2,100 people globally (with a population approaching 8 billion) have gotten a sexually transmitted lesion.

The tyranny is obvious.

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The highest level of warning by the global health body currently applies only to the Covid-19 pandemic, polio, and Ebola in the past. Polio…well isn’t that interesting:

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At this point, all we can do is prepare to be controlled and dominated again. It sure doesn’t look like most human beings are willing to tell their masters “no” and quit complying, so we need to be ready. Force and control over people is the end goal and a totalitarian system of enslavement is coming. All of this will eventually coalesce into a central bank digital currency and if we, as free humans, allow it go through, we deserve to be slaves.

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