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The new evolving hysteria surrounding the alleged emergence of ‘monkeypox’ in Western nations is not what it appears to be. We are not witnessing the monkeypox virus run rampant across first world countries for the first time ever.
Instead, we are witnessing the latest attempt to advance Draconian biosecurity policies through a monumental coverup of the devastating damage done to the immune systems of people who have had the Covid-19 vaccine. Damage so severe that it can be likened to Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome.
And we can prove it…
It should be noted how according to the study, septic shock alongside multiple organ failure led to the persons death, because we will be moving on to sepsis very shortly.
The confidential Pfizer documents also list another condition that has extreme similarities to monkeypox: autoimmune blistering disease.
The condition is hidden within the 9 pages long list of adverse events of special interest at the end of Pfizer’s reissue_5.3.6 postmarketing experience.pdf document. Source
Autoimmune blistering disease causes blisters on the skin and mucous membranes throughout the body. It can affect the mouth, nose, throat, eyes, and genitals. It is not fully understood but “experts” believe that it is triggered when a person who has a genetic tendency to get this condition comes into contact with an environmental trigger. This might be a chemical or a medicine. Such as the Pfizer Covid-19 injection?
So now we know that Pfizer listed several conditions with extremely similar symptoms to monkeypox as ‘adverse events of special interest to their Covid-19 injection, it would be very helpful to know if those same conditions have actually occurred regularly in the real-world. Thankfully, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control has a very useful tool that allows us to find out.
The Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) hosted
by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) contains historical data on
adverse reactions reported against every vaccine that has been
administered in the United States of America and it can be accessed here.