Whoa! Smallpox Pandemic Simulations By Brian Simpson
Event 201, which featured a coronavirus outbreak was held a few months before we saw Covid-19, a coronavirus takes the stage. Then, just prior to the outbreak of monkeypox, Germany had a similar simulation event, concerning an outbreak of smallpox, hosting health ministers from other G7 nations. And now, while not having an actual outbreak of smallpox, which would really give the game away, as smallpox was supposed to have been eliminated by the sacred vaccines, we have the second-best pox, monkeypox. These globalist organisations must have been given the gift of clairvoyance with their uncanny ability to predict the future!
“From Event 201 to the controversial decisions of the Obama and Trump Administrations to remove a moratorium placed on funding gain of function research, to the seemingly preemptive declaration of Anthony Fauci in 2017 that the US would soon face a pandemic, it seems like the writing was on the wall all along for the outbreak of COVID-19. Although hindsight is 20/20, it also imbues us with foresight in the atypical event that we actually learn from our mistakes. As the United States announces its first confirmed domestic cases of monkeypox in 2022, parallels between what led up to the COVID-19 pandemic appear to be eerily similar. That similarity is echoed in Europe, where the actions of public health bureaucracies appear every bit as analogous. To tie a bow around those developments, the emergence of an NGO-backed global narrative has been authored by a panel entrusted by the World Health Organization that may serve as the script for whatever stage has been set.
Just as Event 201 simulated the global response to a coronavirus pandemic just months before its actual onset, Germany has chosen to enact a similar exercise concerning an outbreak of smallpox, hosting health ministers from other G7 nations. This decision follows the release of a report from the Independent Panel for Pandemic Preparedness and Response (“IPPPR”). Despite issuing a report to the WHO last year titled “Making COVID-19 the Last Pandemic, the IPPPR report on the threat of a global monkeypox outbreak projects that the virus could kill as many as 250 million of the 3 billion infections it forecast over an 18 month period.”