Cholera, MonkeyPox, Meningitis Outbreaks
It's getting suspicious !!!!
This is of course a continuation of the previous e-mail I sent hours ago, the next e-mail will come later Thursday.
With so many recent outbreaks of old diseases making a strong comeback, I decided to do something I didn’t for quite a while now. Research all the other potential, and occurring outbreaks, for curiosity's sake and keeping track of the pattern.
And as soon as I saw this…
In 2022 through May 1, 5,485 suspected cholera cases including 79 deaths (CFR: 1.4%) were recorded in 54 health zones across 11 provinces of the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
From 1 January to 1 May 2022, 47,514 suspected measles cases and 684 deaths (CFR 1.4%) were reported in 349 health zones in 26 provinces.
In the first four months of 2022, DRC has reported 1,238 monkeypox cases, including 57 deaths (CFR 4.6%).
Through May 1, DRC has seen 88 cases of plague, including 2 deaths (2.0% CFR). Lokpa remains the epicentre reporting 95% of cases reported this year.
In 2022, through May 1, 634,401 suspected cases of typhoid fever including 279 deaths were recorded in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
In addition, outbreaks of yellow fever, meningitis and circulating vaccine-derived poliovirus type 2 (cVDPV2) are reported and being monitored.
I have very smart followers, from just independent researchers to literal PhDs here. Can someone tell me the mathematical odds for this ?
We have Cholera in Spain, Typhoid Fever in Asia (antibiotic-resistant strain), VDPV2 in the UK, Monkeypox literally everywhere. Yellow Fever is endemic in the Third World. Measles is coming back in many countries. We are only missing Plague and Meningitis.
So far, at least 24 cases and 7 deaths have been reported.
FLORIDA — The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Florida Department of Health are investigating what is being called one of the worst outbreaks of meningococcal disease in U.S. history.
Meningococcal disease can be “very serious and “often deadly,” according to the CDC. So far this year, state health officials report that the number of cases of meningitis in Florida have surpassed the five-year average.
Health officials say the outbreak is disproportionately impacting LGBTQ men. College students and people living with HIV are also at increased risk.
So far, at least 24 cases and 7 deaths have been reported among LGBTQ+ men.
(The following text is from both of my Twitter threads)
Ok, this is the second outbreak among gay men, the first one being Monkeypox. Now, can anyone tell me what these have in common ? Months ago I told a few people, to watch out for meningitis. Does anyone care to guess why ?
Let me spill over the beans. First, because of the immunological shift caused by both the jab, and the virus. The jab does it at a way higher rate than the virus, breakthrough infections, even with Omicron will do it too. This shift is not solely immune, hits your microbiome.
The body works in many MANY loops, the microbiome, and your immune system is one of those. A shift (a shift in biology entails drastic change) will often lead to dysfunction and imbalance. So normal infections or harmless bacterias go brrrr.
How many jabs one can take and that transient change on your TLR become a permanent change (creating a genetic variant of a gene, that doesn't function properly) ? Plus everything else the vaccine does. And the breakthrough infections
The real question is, the real mathematical odds of a known third-world country with Biolabs, having outbreaks of the same diseases other countries are experiencing, within a very short timeframe even taking into account what I just wrote, doesn’t account for it all. An immune shift doesn’t account for all of this.
Perhaps lab leaks are more common than I foresaw…