By now, everyone should be well aware of how safe and effective the Covid-19 vaccines have been over the last 2 years but how do the monkeypox vaccine fare when it comes to safety, especially with the use of the Cipro antibiotic within its ingredients.
I’m going to be honest and say that I had absolutely no idea what “Cipro” was until a social media post came across my eyeballs a few weeks ago.
In this particular video, the fellow in it claimed that an ingredient contained in the monkeypox jab was Cipro (ciprofloxacin). He also claims that Cipro is the “most lethal antibiotic ever created” and is the same antibiotic that put him in a wheelchair 6 yrs ago.
Personally, I cannot backup his claim of being wheelchaired because of this antibiotic, as I have never seen him before or any of his content but I was very much interested in the information he was presenting.
The first thing I wanted to establish before looking more in depth into what Cipro is, was whether or not this drug is contained within the monkeypox jab.
The only clue about this from old mate’s video post is found in the final frame of his video where there is a screenshot from an unknown website stating:
“You should not receive IMVANEX if you have previously had a life-threatening allergic reaction to any of the ingredients of IMVANEX or chicken protein, benzonase, gentamicin or ciproflaxacin, which may be present in very small amounts.“
I was possibly a little naive to think that finding the ingredients for this vaccine would be an easy task. It’s not as though they like to advertise these things…
This vaccine was conveniently approved for use by the FDA on September 24, 2019, prior to the Covid outbreak and more than 2 years prior to there ever being a case of monkeypox reported outside of Africa. It’s as if they had a crystal ball or something…
Although I was not able to find the actual ingredients of this vaccine, I was able to find similar information to the screenshot published in the video.
The European Medicines Agency states that, “Imvanex must not be used in patients who are hypersensitive (allergic) to the active substance or any of the substances found at trace levels, such as chicken protein, benzonase and gentamicin,” however, there is no mention of Cipro at all.
Hmm… that’s interesting. Maybe this Cipro in the jab is a bit of a nothing burger… or maybe they just forgot to add it on the website?? Who knows? People forget stuff all the time…
I eventually found the information on the UK Government website, where it specifically states, “The vaccine contains trace amounts of chicken protein, benzonase and gentamicin and ciprofloxacin (antibiotics)” and again on a NYC Government document which mentions ciprofloxacin, also.
So despite the European Medicines Agency somehow forgetting to include Cipro in their warnings, it must be assumed that Cipro is in this vax, as it is the same JYNNEOS/IMVANEX/IMVAMUNE product being used worldwide.
Now that we have confirmed that Cipro is an ingredient of the monkeypox vaccine, I guess we should look at what it is and what it can do..
Drugs.com describes Cipro as a “fluoroquinolone antibiotic, it is used to treat different types of bacterial infections. It is also used to treat people who have been exposed to anthrax or certain types of plague.” “Fluoroquinolone antibiotics can cause serious or disabling side effects that may not be reversible.”
Some of the cool side effects can include: Tendinitis, Tendon Rupture, Peripheral Neuropathy (nerve damage), Central Nervous System Effects, thoughts of suicide & exacerbation of Myasthenia Gravis (muscle weakness).
Fluoroquinolone antibiotics, including Cipro, come with a “black box warning” due to their serious side effects and should only ever be taken when the benefits outweigh the risks.
This type of antibiotic contains fluoride, which is said to be a neurotoxin and cause for much debate when it comes to adding it to our water supply.
I’ll be honest and say that I have not done too much research into fluoride myself, but from what I’ve learnt about Cipro and its serious side effects, I can’t think of anything better to inject into myself to mitigate the risk of a disease that could be avoided by simply avoiding rooting infected men, or so the narrative would have us believe…