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    Don't know if he is a diabolical master planner, but he sure is a super ****head who needs an image consultant to help him avoid looking like one, at the very least.

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    A really excellent book about smallpox that's hard to put down — and also quite hard to get to sleep after reading even a part of it.

    https://projectavalon.net/The_Demon_...d_Preston).pdf


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    Well the mad scientists doing gain of function are very likely to have weaponized not only small pox, but ebola, and possibly several variants of polio. Have you read about what's gone down in Canada in Winnipeg?

    I don't know if covid is intentional biowarfare or just bio-leak, but wonder what is worse--bio-warfare or bio-whoops-fare.

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    Release the virus and release the cure, Whats the point?
    I see. the cure is worse disease than the virus. just like the alleged covid and the vax. Get the usual and clean cure, now, just in case.

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    Quote Posted by Bubu (here)
    Release the virus and release the cure, Whats the point?
    I see. the cure is worse disease than the virus. just like the alleged covid and the vax. Get the usual and clean cure, now, just in case.
    Well, I truly don't think this will happen!

    But just as a dystopian thought experiment, and a thought experiment only, smallpox is such a truly awful thing that the world would be brought to its knees within a couple of weeks. Maybe less.

    No-one would go to work anywhere, the entire population of every affected country would be cowering at home, and the whole world would stop in its tracks. No transport, no factories, no municipal workers, no food, no fuel, nothing open anywhere. And people would be fighting each other for the vaccine. Total authoritarian control would be simple and immediate. People would be begging for it.

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    Wasn't smallpox is officially declared eradicated?

    "Starting in 1967, the World Health Organization undertook a worldwide effort to identify and stamp out the last remaining outbreaks of the disease.
    By the mid-70s, smallpox was only present in the Horn of Africa and parts of the Indian subcontinent.
    The last naturally occurring case was diagnosed in Somalia in 1977.
    Two years later, doctors proclaimed its eradication.
    The elimination of smallpox is one of the major successes in the history of science and medicine."

    But it still remains in lab freezers around the world, so if there's an outbreak it will definitely be a "lab leak" probably blamed on terrorists or the Russians.

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    Quote Posted by Rawhide68 (here)
    Wasn't smallpox is officially declared eradicated?

    "Starting in 1967, the World Health Organization undertook a worldwide effort to identify and stamp out the last remaining outbreaks of the disease.
    By the mid-70s, smallpox was only present in the Horn of Africa and parts of the Indian subcontinent.
    The last naturally occurring case was diagnosed in Somalia in 1977.
    Two years later, doctors proclaimed its eradication.
    The elimination of smallpox is one of the major successes in the history of science and medicine."

    But it still remains in lab freezers around the world, so if there's an outbreak it will definitely be a "lab leak" probably blamed on terrorists or the Russians.
    Yes, there have been no reported cases anywhere for decades. It's not a "wild disease" any more. (And thankfully so.)

    But it's been weaponized by several countries, and large bioweapon stockpiles exist. The Soviets had literally tons of it in huge tanks, and like some of their nuclear weapons, no-one's really sure where it all is now. And the US, Chinese, Indians and Brits probably have plenty of it as well. Maybe other countries too.

    The guy who led the team that eradicated it publicly (Dr Donald "D.A." Henderson, who really was some kind of hero, and even his wife called him "D.A." ) fought for years to have it all eradicated totally from the entire planet, biolabs and all. But he was overruled.

    And to add insult to that [potential] injury, the existing large stock of vaccines was destroyed in 2008 to save (I believe from memory) something like $10,000/year refrigeration costs. The cost of replacing all that now, should the need ever arise, would be tens (maybe hundreds) of $$ billions.

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    This is from a year ago. Around the same time, the RCMP, second in command, had been selling sensitive documents to China. And, I think it was last summer that this book by Bill Cooper came out, called, "Willful Blindness" somewhat related, about just how corrupt Canada is and largely due to the alarming influx of Mainland Chinese criminals into Vancouver. Anyway, it looks like China owns Canada at this point.


    "We have a researcher who was removed by the RCMP from the highest security laboratory that Canada has for reasons that government is unwilling to disclose. The intelligence remains secret. But what we know is that before she was removed, she sent one of the deadliest viruses on Earth, and multiple varieties of it to maximize the genetic diversity and maximize what experimenters in China could do with it, to a laboratory in China that does dangerous gain of function experiments. And that has links to the Chinese military"

    https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/manit...gate-1.5609582

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    Quote Posted by Bill Ryan (here)
    A really excellent book about smallpox that's hard to put down — and also quite hard to get to sleep after reading even a part of it.


    Key quote from the book, "In 1875, Dr. William Osier was the attending physician in the smallpox wards of the Montreal General Hospital. He called the agent that caused the sweet smell of smallpox a "virus," which is the Latin word for poison. In Osier's day, no one knew what a virus was, but Osier knew the smell of this one. When there were few or no pustules on the skin, he would sniff at a patient's wrists and forehead, and he could smell the foetor of the virus, and it helped him nail down the diagnosis."


    Small pox outbreaks in the past have been caused by multiple different things, as you can see the "scientific" definition of "small pox" has never been very "scientific" with MOST smallpox outbreaks in the past being CAUSED by the small pox vaccine itself.


    Quote Mortality was highest during vaccination years. Vaccinated 1902-4 London's case mortality 3 times unvaccinated Leicester, and 9 times higher in 1904. [See: Case mortality/Dangers of Smallpox Smallpox vaccine failure quotes]

    The main Allopathic reason for a preventive was the lie that smallpox was a great killer, but Sydenham in the 17th century had a case mortality of 1-2%. So the Allopaths kept a case mortality of 18% (and as high as 26% in revaccinated Japan) going by refusing to use effective medicine, and continuing to use their ineffective medicines. [See: Dangers of smallpox. Allopathic medicine.]

    The Homeopaths were achieving 0% fatality rates, and Naturopaths 1-2%. [See: Case mortality/Dangers of Smallpox. Naturopathy Homeopathy]

    It would be hard to sell vaccination if it could be easily cured. [See: The Vitamin C Conspiracy Suppress alternatives]

    Infectivity
    Another great myth spread by the Allopaths was that smallpox was highly infectious. In fact, one MD, Campbell, was convinced it could only be spread by bedbugs [See: Infectiousness of smallpox Bedbugs Overcrowding]. True or not, hardly an example of a highly infectious disease, and not a belief to encourage people to vaccinate. [See: The Virus hunters]

    "Dr Rodermund, a physician in the state of Wisconscin, created a sensation by smearing his body with the exudate of smallpox sores in order to demonstrate to his medical colleagues that a healthy body could not be infected with the disease. He was arrested and quarantined in jail, but not before he had come into contact with many people. Not a single case of smallpox developed through this "exposure"....I have ...handled intimately thousands of cases of contagious diseases, and I do not remember a single instance where any of us was the least affected by such contact."---Henry Lindlahr MD (Philosophy of Natural Therapeutics p 39).

    Nowadays the Allopaths great effort to vaccinate everyone, compulsory vaccination being the pinnacle of that, is mostly to hide embarrassing places like Leicester that would show up vaccination as ineffective and dangerous. [See: Main reason for high (and compulsory) vaccination drive Dan Olmsted.]

    4. STATS: Most victims had been vaccinated. [See: Smallpox vaccine failure quotes]

    In the epidemic of 1871-72, there died 14,808 persons of Smallpox in London, of whom 11,174 were Vaccinated. [1884] SIR LYON PLAYFAIR taken to Pieces and Disposed of: LIKEWISE SIR CHARLES W. DILKE, BART by William White

    5. STATS: Little vaccinated countries such as Australia and Russia had less smallpox and smallpox deaths, while smallpox declined without vaccination.

    "Sanitation did for Prussia what 35 years of compulsory vaccination was unable to accomplish. At the present time in Prussia small-pox is almost extinct. (Cheers.) It is not that people ‘are being vaccinated more; they are vaccinated less."----Dr Hadwen MD (The Case Against Vaccination ---an address at Gloucester on Saturday, January 25th, 1896, during the Gloucester Smallpox Epidemic)
    http://whale.to/vaccines/smallpox.html
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    Default Re: Smallpox next??

    So If I understand correctly, a vaccine is not the solution for it right? Which I guess Its normal taking into account its a virus.

    What treatment would work for it then? Ivermectin? How was it Erradicated? Better to think it through now that info may still be available around.
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    So If I understand correctly, a vaccine is not the solution for it right? Which I guess Its normal taking into account its a virus.

    What treatment would work for it then? Ivermectin? How was it Eradicated? Better to think it through now that info may still be available around.
    Here's a thread that may (or may not!) be interesting:

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    Quote Posted by Bill Ryan (here)
    Quote Posted by Bubu (here)
    Release the virus and release the cure, Whats the point?
    I see. the cure is worse disease than the virus. just like the alleged covid and the vax. Get the usual and clean cure, now, just in case.
    Well, I truly don't think this will happen!

    But just as a dystopian thought experiment, and a thought experiment only, smallpox is such a truly awful thing that the world would be brought to its knees within a couple of weeks. Maybe less.

    No-one would go to work anywhere, the entire population of every affected country would be cowering at home, and the whole world would stop in its tracks. No transport, no factories, no municipal workers, no food, no fuel, nothing open anywhere. And people would be fighting each other for the vaccine. Total authoritarian control would be simple and immediate. People would be begging for it.
    smallpox been around for a long long time and people is still not on their feet what makes you think its going to bring people on their knees in a couple of weeks. I will put this news in the category of FEAR PORN.

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    I recall having the Smallpox vaccine prior to leaving England in 1970, this produced a small blister on my shoulder that was sore for a couple of days, but dried up and fell off = Cowpox blister. I would assume the immunity lasts a lifetime. The Smallpox vaccine is no longer given I believe, because of its status as being 'eradicated' - which means there are 10's of millions who would be vulnerable today.

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    Quote Posted by AutumnW (here)
    Don't know if he is a diabolical master planner, but he sure is a super ****head who needs an image consultant to help him avoid looking like one, at the very least.
    Well, it looks like he might have updated his glasses!! That should count for something. I'm pretty sure he could afford a comb, but the secret is you have to use it..and he does have a fabulous array of pastel sweaters.

    I don't think he'd mind us poking a little fun at him while were waiting for the next pandemic.

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    This is what I was thinking. Turn on the frequencies, vaxxed people start succumbing in huge numbers, call it smallpox... There's a snowball effect happening right now and many many ways TPTB can spin the damage we will be seeing from the poison shots.

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    If they deployed covaids and a few others before that, they could perfectly deploy the next one whatever it may be, smallpox is just one option, what about some altered rabies to turn people into some sort of zombies, marburg to make people have an horrible death bleeding out from their orifices, a deadly Influenza, antrax, SARS-CoV-2/3/4/5, MERS-CoV-2/3/4/5 or maybe just a super fungus or a "smart bacteria" (because everything nowadays are smart) that will kill only those neglecting or refusing to obey the tyrants (yes, including the antivaxxes) ..

    It does not matter what will be, we are just wasting time with that and not taking any action because officially it will never be recognized that they/them deliberately released a virus/bacteria/fungus or whatever. Don't we never get enough of it? what are we waiting to raise against the cruel and unfair situation that is dragging itself for millennias?

    I tried once, alone to raise against the government of my home country regarding tax issues, I almost got myself arrested and I am sure for now I am in some sort of list, and I was right and full of reason, but that's what happen when you call them liar, con artist, phony and so on (at least I couldn't die without it).

    Apologies if I am sounding bitter, but I guess we all know and saw enough of it, from now on if mankind decide to seat and watch the show unfold, it is a game over, I have no doubt about that.

    One last thing, VR is in the brink to explode into our lives, that will be a truly **** up with people's mind (read perception -> reality), what is already bad will be just exponentially worse.
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    Just a few things I am pondering, that may be clues...

    1. I remember a friend of my grandfather relating to me that he had smallpox, in the late 1800's, and it wasn't so bad. I did not believe him at all at that time, figuring he would be dead if that was so, and he probably was a crazy old coot (I was a teen, after all - haha), but he said it swept his small western town.
    2. I had the vax and the resulting scar, like everyone else, and I recall having a "booster" vax several years later, but it never made a blister or a second scar, which I was quite happy about. As kids, we were always comparing our ugly shoulder scars.
    3. Rashes ARE already being reported from covid, along with many other skin symptoms. I know, as I had them all in February, and it was very unpleasant! It really was starting to become alarming, like a horrible case of chicken pox plus burning and peeling. The whole thing truly mystified me, as I never had allergies that I know of, and I had chicken pox as a kid. I posted about it here:
    Rashes from covid?

    (Wonder if pox stuff has been added to the mix somehow? IF it had been publicized then that smallpox was around, I surely would have been wildly panicked at the first pox!)
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    Quote Posted by Sue (Ayt) (here)
    Just a few things I am pondering, that may be clues...

    1. I remember a friend of my grandfather relating to me that he had smallpox, in the late 1800's, and it wasn't so bad. I did not believe him at all at that time, figuring he would be dead if that was so, and he probably was a crazy old coot (I was a teen, after all - haha), but he said it swept his small western town.
    Over the centuries, smallpox has had a fatality rate of about 30%. So yes, there have been many survivors (or there'd be no humans left!), but it's still plenty enough to devastate any community if it gets loose and is uncontained.

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