Stop Monkeying Around with Diseases

OK, before I go any further let me say that this is pure speculation – a dangerous pursuit at the best of times, and one which I try not to engage in too much – but…

Do you remember some time ago – it was actually late 2021 – around about the first anniversary of the release of SARS-Cov2 by various lunatics who are indistinguishable from normal people (they dress the same, except some wear white coats or uniforms, military or political [you’ve noticed that all politicians dress the same everywhere, I suppose] and tend to hang around, looking official, in government circles, mil-bio-labs, and supposedly kosha medical research or even medical practice facilities). Indistinguishable, that is, until they open their mouths – when all kinds of bullshit tumbles out – which we normal folk are supposed to hang onto (and obey) every word of.

They (the lunatics who released it) gave this disease a different cover name (COVID-19), because SARS-Cov-n {‘n’ being the mathematical symbol for a sequenced variable} is too difficult to remember [especially for n>9 or, in many cases, n>3]. And, yes, I think there may be that extra ‘-‘ in there, which I omitted earlier, although it has been months, perhaps more than a year, since I paid any attention to all that forgettable nonsense and my forgetory has been working overtime to eradicate all trace of it from memory.

But… (there’s that word again)… that’s not what I want to talk about. Well, it marginally is, but I was in the middle of saying something about ‘late 2021’. So, returning to that uncompleted thought, in recent months there has been talk of further expectations of further new and novel diseases – or the dusting off and refurbishing of old ones. Same difference – or ‘there is nothing new under the Sun’ as one ancient monarch put it. The full quote being…

What profit has a man from all his labour
In which he toils under the sun?
One generation passes away, and another generation comes;
But the earth abides forever.

The sun also rises, and the sun goes down,
And hastens to the place where it arose.
The wind goes toward the south,
And turns around to the north;
The wind whirls about continually,
And comes again on its circuit.
All the rivers run into the sea,
Yet the sea is not full;
To the place from which the rivers come,
There they return again.

All things are full of labour;
Man cannot express it.
The eye is not satisfied with seeing,
Nor the ear filled with hearing.

That which has been is what will be,
That which is done is what will be done,
And there is nothing new under the sun.

Is there anything of which it may be said, “See, this is new”?
It has already been in ancient times before us.
There is no remembrance of former things,
Nor will there be any remembrance of things that are to come
By those who will come after.

Attributed to ‘A son of’ David (which could have been anyone from Solomon [10th century BCE] to a 3rd century BCE unrelated writer with Greek influence)

I am diverging again, let it be noted. Now, whether the person to whom that quote is attributed actually lived, and whether he actually said those words or not (or their equivalent), and whether or not they were accurately recorded, they truly represent (and I could argue this at length – though what that would achieve I am not sure) all that we currently know (not what we currently think we know) of the science of our physical world in the 21st century of this iteration of modern mankind in which we live. And, incidentally, the same iteration in which the writer of those words (or the person to whom they were dictated) also belonged – bearing that this was, at most, only some 2,300 to 3,000 years ago. The implication being, that if those words were dictated to a writer, both the speaker and the words themselves were the products of an earlier iteration of mankind. I think I need say no more on that here. It is enough, for now, to ponder on the thoughts arising from those statements. Statements which taken at face value dramatically alter our current concepts about who we are and our position within the possibly timeless history of the world we live in.

Back to the story, late 2021 and the threat of new (or old) diseases recurring deliberately (or sometimes naturally), with the general intention of eventually, or perhaps suddenly, finishing us all off and a closing of the books on Mankind – Iteration #3457345783, to be stacked (and perhaps never referenced again) on the shelf labelled ‘FAILS’.

So, I’m not going to tell you what happened in late 2021 just yet – you might work it out for yourself anyway. Let’s just recap on the last, still fading Pandemic.

It found us, almost 8 billion lost souls, milling around in a system where always it has been the chief aim of all mankind to fill the gap between birth and death with some sort of justifiable and meaningful existence. It is a system made ever increasingly difficult for us as individuals, groups or communities, to make some sort of life for ourselves and our dependents. Most of us only just managing to scrape by even though we sell our time in some way on a never ending cycle of make stuff – buy stuff, with no release other than death or a temporary form of dependency on others. The death part is for everyone. The dependency is measured by how much we have or have not cheated along the way and the extent to which we opted to manipulate and/or steal from others.

There is far more to life than that of course but, as a simple outline, that is the stuff of which life consists. There may of course be brief moments of pleasure along the way, which make the whole thing bearable to some extent and, for others, there may be the satisfaction of pursuing some activity which gives a fleeting sense of purpose, but such are by no means guaranteed, nor necessarily purposeful.

Little wonder then, especially for those who can find no other purpose than to mill around aimlessly – even when that is viewed under the bright lights of ‘the thing to do’ or ‘the place to be’ or the ‘how to be seen’ – that we are so easily persuaded, led, coerced (politely or otherwise), to do exactly the same things as everybody else appears (or are said) to be doing. Providing incentive and motivation to conform to a ‘norm’ of behaviour. The incentives being avoidance of the negative aspects of isolation or judgement for being different.

We have become trained monkeys, by those who have monkeyed around with aspects of life which should not monkeyed around with. Like disease. Like ethics. Like honesty. Like truth.

COVID-19 was Lesson #1, at least of the current round of lessons. Without going into details, there must have been other series of lessons to have brought us to the current state of compliant behaviour. The lessons began, I would say, just over 2,000 years ago.

So, what comes next? This is where the speculation starts. Nothing I have said so far, has been within the realm of speculation. But this is. Only time will tell whether it is justified. You can also judge for yourself. It is time to reveal the event of late 2021.

In mid-November of 2021, a number of vials with the label ‘Smallpox’ were discovered at a Merck Bio-Research Laboratory near Philadelphia. The US CDC said they did not contain any trace of Smallpox virus. But who would put such labels on such implements in a professional medical environment, where I am sure strict protocols are enforced? And for what purpose? Anyway, that event caused quite a stir in both mainstream and alternative news media – for a little while. Quickly dying down. I will simply make the point that it is illegal under international law to store samples of Smallpox (and I’m sure many other types of virus under similar arrangements) anywhere in the world under WHO supervision, other than in two specific localities. Those two localities are: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta, Georgia, and the State Research Center of Virology and Biotechnology (VECTOR Institute) in Koltsovo, Russia.

Here is an example of the press at the time…

“FBI, CDC investigating several vials labeled ‘smallpox’ found at vaccine research facility” – USA Today – Nov 17, 2021

As far as I can recollect I did not mention this to anyone else, other than my daughter – who laughed at me. I just said to her “wait and see”, or words to that effect. Well, the evidence is gathering.

It is now being revealed that another virus outbreak may be beginning. There are known cases in a number of countries around the world and not just in the country of its origin (it is a known and existing disease), including the UK, US, Canada, and today new cases in Australia. Within the last three days (18-20 May, 2022) there have been 63 cases confirmed and 23 suspected. At the moment it is being called an outbreak. How soon before it becomes a ‘Pandemic’?

The name of the virus? Well it is very fitting. An oldie but a goodie. With all the monkeying around with disease vectors going on in the west, and many westerners now behaving like trained monkeys, what else could be more fitting than an outbreak of Monkey Pox.

And the last piece of fitting information I have for today?

The prescribed method of prevention? drum roll…… Smallpox Vaccine!!!!!

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  1. Hah! That certainly merits a drum roll! Has Lord Fauci pronounced yet? BTW, not meaning to be rude, but does your daughter live under a rock? Surely she should know not to laugh at you by now

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