Out of fuel, Monkey Pox and the Amish and the damage not done: Links 1, May 21, 2022

1. Sri Lanka in chaos as they run out of oil

“We have run out of petrol … At the moment, we only have petrol stocks for a single day,” said newly elected Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe. 

On Twitter, Wickremesinghe warned his fellow Sri Lankans that they would face the “most difficult” time of their lives. 

“The next couple of months will be the most difficult ones of our lives. I have no desire to hide the truth and to lie to the public. Although these facts are unpleasant and terrifying, this is the true situation,” wrote Wickremesinghe.

2. Dr. Robert Malone on the WHO massive power grab using ‘pandemics’ as an excuse to destroy national sovereignty 

As the sitting POTUS and his entourage is about to head over to the UN and WHO for a little quality time and a vote on circumventing the constitution, this seems a good time to briefly review the current state of affairs.

Ask yourself, have these people earned our trust? Do they have any right to set and police global health policies? Apparently Joe Biden (or whoever is his current puppet master) and Tony Fauci think so.

3. U.S. monkeypox case reported, as Spain, Portugal report infections in growing outbreak

(And RIGHT BEFORE the UN is asking all nation states to hand over all national sovereignty to them for pandemics! WHAT A SURPRISE! Quell coincidence! Please watch Tucker Carlson’s opener tonight. No matter how bad you think the WHO is, its worse.)

Get ready to see this blasted everywhere ad nauseam.

The United States confirmed a case of monkeypox infection on Wednesday in a man who recently traveled to Canada. It is not yet clear if the man, who lives in Massachusetts and who traveled to Canada by car, is connected to the growing outbreak of monkeypox cases in Europe.

The case was announced in a statement posted to the website of the Massachusetts Department of Public Health. Confirmatory testing was done by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which had warned earlier Wednesday that cases in this country were likely to begin to be detected.

“Given that we have seen now confirmed cases out of Portugal, suspected cases out of Spain, we’re seeing this expansion of confirmed and suspect cases globally, we have a sense that no one has their arms around this to know how large and expansive it might be. And given how much travel there is between the United States and Europe, I am very confident we’re going to see cases in the United States,” said Jennifer McQuiston, deputy director of the CDC’s division of high consequence pathogens and pathology.

4. Canada’s public health considering monkeypox vaccination in Quebec

The public health agency of Canada is considering whether to send monkeypox vaccines to be administered in Quebec where a few cases have been detected, La Presse reported on Friday. 

Dr. Howard Njoo, the Deputy Chief Public Health Officer said the agency is talking with the province of Quebec to determine a “possible use” of the monkeypox vaccines. 

La Presse reported that two cases were officially detected in the province, while approximately 15 possible cases were being investigated. The news outlet also reported that all infected individuals were men engaged in sexual relations with other men. 

Monkeypox is not lethal and usually resolves itself within two to four weeks without complications. Symptoms include blisters on the body. 

It is also not a highly contagious virus. 

Canada’s public health agency also said they are putting efforts in securing more monkeypox vaccine doses. 

5. So how about them Amish? I wonder how they did through Covid? Readers of this site might already know.

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9 Replies to “Out of fuel, Monkey Pox and the Amish and the damage not done: Links 1, May 21, 2022”

  1. – MONKEYPOX: As we all knew was coming… This time around, it might be even easier to implement –

    “Another virus, another mask! New Yorkers told to mask up again after local patient tests POSITIVE for same genus virus as monkeypox: CDC issues alert and WHO calls emergency meeting after US probes six cases while Europe confirms 100”


  2. – And the big winner is… PFIZER –

    ** FDA Approves New Intravenous Monkeypox Drug Treatment From PFIZER-Linked SIGA Technologies **

    Pfizer is apparently at it again, conveniently hitting another grand slam with another perfectly timed drug release for the latest viral outbreak sweeping the west – monkeypox.

    After hitting it out of the park with their experimental mRNA Covid vaccine – typically what would be considered a once-in-a-lifetime development that’s cashing the company out to a tune of $1,000 per second – it seems like a long stretch that Pfizer would be involved in the ‘cure’ for the new outbreak, but hey, they apparently pulled it off.


    • The Vaccine Adverse Reaction Events System, a system historically reporting at 1% shows the reported numbers up to May13, 2022

      Adverse Reactions ONLY 1,268,008

      People who have DIED from the vaccines ONLY 28,141

      Serious Injuries ONLY 230,364 people with heart attacks, myocarditis, pericarditis, blood clotting, paralyzed, miscarriages, blind, miscarriages, Guillian Barre Syndrome, Bell’s Palsy, Shingles, MS, Pots Disease……….

  3. DAILY MAIL – Pride festival in Gran Canaria – which was attended by 80,000 people – is linked to Spanish monkeypox outbreak as well as two cases in Italy while European total reaches 100

    Maspalomas Pride has become the second focus of the outbreak in Spain

    More than 100 cases of monkeypox have now been reported across Europe

    The UK Health Security Agency has said a notable proportion of recent cases in Britain and Europe have been found in gay and bisexual men

    There are 20 confirmed cases in the UK, and more cases in nine other countries


  4. JUST IN: Belgium requires monkeypox patients to quarantine for 21 days.
    Here we go again.

    Sweden recently classified it as a “disease dangerous to public health”, allowing for measures and restrictions to stop the spread.

    Twitter: https://t.co/WWLwO92iGR

  5. The Amish are selective in their approach to medical interventions. Like certain sects of Orthodox Jews who were afflicted with rare congenital medical disorders, they welcomed premarital genetic testing for the specific recessive disorders.

    Within ONE generation both communities conquered these terrible maladies. Amazing grace.

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