Daily Briefing - MonkeyPox and new wars
And bug food for all !
I don’t think I have that many new people around, but for those who don’t remember, Daily Briefings are short e-mails, and I want to cover two aspects of recent events. First, I have been keeping an eye out for a while.
With the outbreak of unusual diseases, in this case, we are back to MonkeyPox.
I didn’t bother covering every single new outbreak of monkeypox because early on the trend was self-evident, it would spread everywhere, I covered the most pertinent points. This brings us to this one. In the span of 24 hours we had 3 (simultaneous btw) deaths, add another 12 hours and we got our fourth.
Spain recorded the first 2 deaths by encephalitis, followed by Brazil.
I would like you to pay attention to the parts I highlighted. The last death was of a young (22) Indian man in Thrissur, Kerala, also encephalitis. If you read my earlier MonkeyPox pieces, you will find why I think this is happening, in case you can’t be bothered/not have enough time, here is the Too Long; Didn’t Read.
The Spike Protein from the vaccine causes enough immune suppression and a general shift in the immune system to either reactivate dormant viruses, or create a propitious environment for viral evolution, either way, the vaccines are the ones to blame, followed by the viral infection to a lower degree (and most likely in breakthrough infections of vaccinated individuals). We will never get data about this though, no government in the world will give the vaccination status of people diagnosed with monkeypox.
And for last.
Clinical features and novel presentations of human monkeypox in a central London centre during the 2022 outbreak: descriptive case series
A portion of the patients, especially hospitalized patients are responding quite aggressively to bacterial infections, something I observed almost a year ago and made a projection of it. It is not merely immune suppression, but also the modulation of the Toll-Like Receptors. To understand this you must read PAID Part II, and about my perspective on immune amnesia.
Sadly for us, this won’t be the last outbreak of old diseases we will experience and I left clues here, and on Twitter on why. I will keep an eye on the Monkeypox fatalities, but I expect most to be either from brain inflammation, or bacterial overgrowth, and the hyper-reaction to it.
The second point would be the following. In the span of a few hours, social media got flooded with tweets about Serbia and Kosovo.
Tensions are so real and the mobilization of forces so fast, that NATO is basically intervening.
I should write this properly in a Warfare-centric piece, alas here we go. Resources are often the triggers of conflict, especially the lack thereof, but in our current case, they are merely a trigger for what we could call genetic memory. The current state of the world will work merely as a trigger to settle old disputes, so conflicts will arise for the most shallow reasons, or for no reason at all.
Not the best of times for global conflicts to pop up everywhere, while a few players gather massive influence and wealth. But hey, that is just me and my stupid opinion. Also, this.
And as a closing statement. Germany has already bug food available for you to buy. They are pushing their bug diets faster than I expected, way faster. So opposition should be as fast.
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