Tuesday, May 24, 2022

Providing you background facts on smallpox and monkeypox so you can evaluate what you are hearing

You can relax now, says WHO, as it releases a clever statement to introduce the idea of mass monkeypox vaccination:

The World Health Organization (WHO) maintains that the growing monkeypox outbreak remains "containable," and that there's no immediate need for mass vaccination against the orthopoxvirus; since May 7, a total of 131 confirmed cases and 106 suspected cases have been reported in countries where it usually does not spread. (Reuters)


Below I try to give you the basics on smallpox and monkeypox:

1.  If there is a monkeypox vaccine it has not been tested for efficacy (because there have not been enough human cases to do so) and therefore I promise that the antibody test for it could not have been validated (may or may not actually reflect immunity).

2.  The smallpox vaccine is said to be 85% effective against monkeypox...but without many human monkeypox cases, that 85% number cannot possibly have been established.

3.   The smallpox vaccine causes a huge number of myocarditis cases and other known cardiac problems, making it almost certainly more dangerous than the risk of getting monkeypox.

4.  Smallpox vaccine was considered the most dangerous vaccine available, killing an admitted 1 in a million babies who received it in the 1950s.

5.  I received smallpox vaccines in 1951 and 1972 and believe I had insignificant reactions.  I expect I would be fully immune to smallpox.  Tests done in people in 2003 published in NEJM suggested immunity was lifelong.

6.  The US smallpox vaccine last used routinely in civilians was the NY Department of Health version, and it was made similarly to the vaccine of the 1700s.  Infectious fluid from pustules was scratched on the belly of a calf, and then when new pustules occurred it was collected as the vaccine substrate, and could only be minimally cleaned up.

7.  Ever wonder why the smallpox vaccine is scratched on while all others are injected? Because it was so dirty, contaminated with other animal viruses and junk, which might cause a serious infection if injected beyond the skin.

8.  It was hoped, 20-30 years ago, that a newer, cleaner, purified vaccine would avoid the many severe side effects. Two newer vaccines GM vaccines were purchased by the Clinton and Bush administrations for all Americans.  It turned out, unfortunately, that the cardiac side effects persisted.  They were due to the actual vaccine antigen, not to the 'junk.'

9.  I keep repeating that 2 studies revealed rates of 1 in 30 people receiving a smallpox vaccine developing subclinical myocarditis, and one of the studies, out of Walter Reed, showed that 1 in 220 recipients got a definite case of myocarditis.  Both studies were done in military service-members, who may be the age that is most susceptible. 

More coming with links.


OldLeonB said...

Many thanks for this great info., Dr. Nass! All the best to you!

Anonymous said...

FYI: Heads Up!
The bioweapon is clotshot itself. There is no need to attach a monkeypox to it because when the immune system is weakened any viruses can show up.

The result is that it could be AIDS. In another it could be monkeypox. You won't hear about the AIDS cases because the media is focused on monkeypox for now, but the AIDS cases will be there as well.

In fact all, sorts of immune illnesses will crop up.

The media doesn't care because it's monkeypox that'll get the clicks and the eyeballs to scare folks into getting even more shots, all of which make people more vulnerable rather than less.

Anonymous said...

Heads Up!

'Monkeypox Fears May Rescue Endangered Corporations'

Two corrupt companies were in rocky financial territory just a few weeks ago. Now, with concerns over a global monkeypox outbreak being hyped by media and global health organizations alike, the worries – and sins – of these two firms are quickly being forgotten.


Andrea said...

Dr. Meryl Nass is the best, and always has been!