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Is Monkeypox For Gay Men Only? Or Is There More To It?

By August 19, 2022October 22nd, 2022No Comments

With the current monkeypox health crisis starting to ramp up across the globe, is it something we need to worry about about? The current narrative suggests that this disease is mainly prevalent in the gay community, but is monkeypox for gay men only? Or is there more to it than meets the eye?

According to the health authorities, (that I do not trust!) monkeypox is said to be a rare disease from the same “family of viruses as variola virus, the virus that causes smallpox.”  Monkeypox is considered to be a milder version of this disease.

There are a number of symptoms with this disease, but the most prominent symptom, of most concern, are the lesions that appear on the skin. These are “bumps that turn into pimples, blisters or sores, and may burst to form ulcers or scabs.” [1]

These lesions typically appear on the face first and spread to other parts of the body including, hands, feet, chest and even in the genital and perianal (around the butthole) regions for some.


By all accounts, this disease does not seem like it would be too much fun to contract!

The first human case of monkeypox was discovered in 1970 and up until just recently, there have been absolutely no recorded cases of monkeypox outside of Africa, so what has changed?

As of the day of publishing this post, there are currently 40,399 recorded monkeypox cases worldwide and only 387 of them have come from the African countries that have recorded cases in the past.

One interesting aspect of this, is that many of the African countries have had some of the lowest Covid-19 vaccination rates compared to Europe and other Western countries. Could there be some kind of correlation in this? Low Cov-19 vaccine intake = Low monkeypox rate. High Cov-19 vaccine intake = High monkeypox rate. Something to think about anyway…

In late June this year, with 3000 cases of monkeypox worldwide over 50 countries, the WHO announced that it would not issue its “highest alert level in response to the global monkeypox outbreak,”  but called it a “public health emergency of international concern” and that they are monitoring the situation closely.

One month later, infections increased, which prompted the WHO Director General, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, to declare the outbreak a “global health emergency” and that a “coordinated international response is needed.”

Tedros also announces that the community primarily contracting this disease is the “men who have sex with men” community.

It is also possible that, judging from Tedros’ shirt in the above vid, he may indeed also be a part of the MSM (men who have sex with men) community and there appears to a be little video of Tedros shaking his little tush at a bar in a woman’s singlet, but I am unsure whether or not this is confirmed to be him or not.

It’s a very uncanny resemblance of him, if its not him…

It has also been reported that Tedros ignored an advisory committee that voted 9-6 against calling monkeypox a “global emergency” and declared it that anyway, despite not having a medical background himself and him already saying that the spread of the virus was “moderate.”

So we have a concerted effort by the leading world health authority and the MSM (Main Stream Media, not Men who have Sex with Men community) parroting the narrative that monkeypox is essentially a gay man’s disease.

The gay narrative is supposedly supported by a study published in the New England Journal Of Medicine, that reportedly claims that “98% of the persons with infection were gay or bisexual men” out of the 528 cases diagnosed in this particular study.

Another interesting fact published in this study, is that 41% of these men were positive for human immunodeficiency virus infection, otherwise known as HIV.

It’s great to see the gay community are staying safe with their sexual activities….

The US CDC Director Rochelle Walensky also noted that some cases have been spread to children, specifically from the MSM (Men who have Sex with Men community), but thankfully those children are “doing well.”

In the video below, I outline much of my views on the above information.

One thing I touched on in the above video was the prospect that the notion that monkeypox being predominately a disease spread by gay men, could actually be a false narrative, given that the media and health authorities are perpetual liars.

Not only that, during the entire Covid-19 pandemic the main data sets have focused on the age and sex of infected souls, yet I personally have not seen data on Covid-19 cases and deaths based on sexuality, as we have seen thus far with monkeypox.

This leads me to believe that there may be some other reason why the gay pox narrative is being pushed so hard. (Pardon the pun…) My personal feeling is that this could be masking a larger problem and making it seem like only a small community (approx 3.5% of the US population identify as gay or bisexual according to Pew research) compared to the general population, are at risk.

It must be stated that despite the progressive woke world we live in, I have not yet seen any Covid statistics that outline the number of LGBTQIA+ persons have been infected with Covid. Very transphobic and un-inclusive by our government officials.

Can you even imagine how it would feel to be non-binary or even androgyne or something, suffering from Covid and being misgendered in the official statistics? It would be so horrible..

In a video I published in June this year, discussing one of Bill Gates favourite books, “How To Lie With Statistics,” I discuss the ways in which statistics can be used or mis-used to push a narrative or point of view across to the viewer.

One of the ways (that I didn’t happen to mention in my video) that statistics can be used to give misleading information by the use of statistics, is to focus on a certain demographic of people when conducting surveys or studies.

For instance, if one was conducting a study on wages or quality of living or something like that, the results of the study would be vastly different depending on the neighbourhoods or areas that you were to conduct your study.

Therefore, if one were after a particular result they could conduct a study in a certain area or with a certain community that would most likely generate the outcome of desire, so that a particular point could be proven and published as such.

This could possibly be something that may or may not be happening in this case with the New England Journal of Medicine study and also the CDC published study from the Spanish monkeypox outbreak.

A clue that the NEJM study could possibly be using this method for their result is that the samples for their study were taken “between April 27 and June 24, 2022, at 43 sites in 16 countries.” Could they be cherry-picking the information they need in order to get the result that they want? We would need some more information from the study to confirm this.

This idea could merely be just my opinion on this, but as I mentioned in my video about lying about statistics. It’s the information that is not presented to us, that is usually the most important and is not shown to us for good reason.

Moving on from all this homosexual talk, something that hasn’t really been bought up too much is how quickly a monkeypox vaccine has come onto the scene to combat this dreaded disease.

How is it that a vaccine could be available so quickly, when this disease had not seen any recorded cases in Western countries prior to around May this year (2022)?

According to our trusted health authorities, monkeypox is a less intense version of smallpox and smallpox vaccines have been used since the early 1800’s, so they are not a new thing and it is the smallpox vaccines that are being used to combat monkeypox.

What’s even more interesting, is the the FDA (Food & Drug Administration USA), luckily had the insight to approve its “first live, non-replicating vaccine to prevent smallpox AND moneypox.”

This smallpox/monkeypox vaccine was approved only a couple of months before Covid hit and around 2½ years before the US would ever see a reported case of monkeypox.

It’s almost like they had a crystal ball or something, hey?

The approval of this vaccine also occurred only just a few weeks prior to Event 201, which was essentially a hypothetical, tabletop exercise conducted by the World Economic Forum, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and John Hopkins University on how the world should react if a pandemic should occur.

Funnily enough, the mock scenario put forward from Event 201, just happened to be a type of coronavirus similar to Covid-19. What a coincidence….

I guess we should just be really thankful, that our health experts are ahead of the 8-ball on all of this and thinking ahead when it comes to our health and safety…

Stay safe and practice safe gay sex, if that’s what you’re into!


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