May 22nd, 2022
Back in November 2021, globalist security organization NTI.org partnered with the Munich Security Conference to conduct a “tabletop exercise” on reducing high-consequence biological threats.
After the event, NTI (the Nuclear Threat Initiative) released a report, claiming that the exercise examined “gaps in national and international biosecurity and pandemic preparedness architectures—exploring opportunities to improve prevention and response capabilities for high-consequence biological events”.
In a post-pandemic world this doesn’t seem too surprising, but what has a lot of folks scratching their heads is that on Page 10 of the 2021 NTI report the discussion moves to a possible Monkeypox outbreak. This event, having taken place half a year before the current international outbreak of the virus, somehow accidentally predicted, almost to the day, when the actual Monkeypox virus started making headlines.
Why does this feel familiar?
Some of our readers might recall “Event 201”, where Bill and Melinda Gates met with the CIA, the World Economic Forum, Bloomberg / John Hopkins, the UN Foundation, and more in December of 2019. This who’s who list of high-profile individuals and globalist organizations attended the event to discuss a hypothetical scenario where a Coronavirus pandemic sweeps the globe. How surprised they must have been months later when that exact scenario began to take place.
Fast-forward to today, we have a fresh new disease being germ-gamed by Bill Gates and fellow elites, this time it is a Monkeypox virus. Already we are seeing the crisis theater fearporn and case counts on Twitter.
Monkeypox cases as of 5 p.m. ET https://t.co/698WJtm1Qk pic.twitter.com/HeLhbw8qQd
— BNO Newsroom (@BNODesk) May 21, 2022
The daily mail put out a graphic Friday, showing confirmed cases in Australia, Belgium, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Portugal, Spain, and the US.
Among the monkeypox wargame exercise participants: Dr. George Gao, Director-General, Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention; Dr. Chris Elias, President, Global Development Division, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation; Dr. Ruxandra Draghia-Akli, Global Head Johnson & Johnson Global Public Health R&D; Dr. Beth Cameron, Senior Director, Office of Global Health Security and Biodefense, U.S. National Security Council; Sir Jeremy Farrar, Director, Wellcome Trust; Ms. Izumi Nakamitsu, Under-Secretary-General and High Representative for Disarmament Affairs at the United Nations; Ambassador Wolfgang Ischinger, Chairman, Munich Security Conference; and Dr. Ernest J. Moniz, Co-Chair and CEO of the Nuclear Threat Initiative.
On Friday, the World Health Organization confirmed around 80 cases of monkeypox with recent outbreaks reported in 11 countries, according to its statement. The outbreaks are ‘unusual’ because they are occurring in nations where the virus is not ‘endemic,’ the WHO added.
#Monkeypox has so far been reported from 11 countries that normally don't have the disease. WHO is working with these countries & others to expand surveillance, and provide guidance.
There are about 80 confirmed cases, and 50 pending investigations. More likely to be reported. pic.twitter.com/YQ3pVJVNVQ
— World Health Organization (WHO) (@WHO) May 20, 2022
The NTI wargaming document can be read in full below:
Shortly after the first confirmed case of monkeypox was discovered in the United States, the U.S. government ordered millions of doses of a vaccine for the disease. Bavarian Nordic, the biotech company that produces the vaccine, has announced a $119 million order placed by the U.S., with the option to buy $180 million more if it wants. The vaccine — which protects against smallpox and monkeypox — was produced with U.S. support.
Bavarian Nordic received FDA approval for its vaccine in September of 2019, just two months before COVID-19 pandemic lockdowns were implemented across the world.
Besides the series of wild coincidences, there’s another aspect of this story worth considering. The disease no longer occurs in the natural world, so where did it come from? There are smallpox vials stored in labs by a handful of countries, including the United States and Russia.
Dr. Peter Marks of the FDA offered his assessment on the day of the vaccine’s approval:
“Therefore, although naturally occurring smallpox disease is no longer a global threat, the intentional release of this highly contagious virus could have a devastating effect… Today’s approval reflects the U.S. government’s commitment to preparedness through support for the development of safe and effective vaccines, therapeutics, and other medical countermeasures.”
Ryan DeLarme is a disillusioned journalist navigating a labyrinth of political corruption, overreaching corporate influence, high finance, compromised media, and the planned destruction of our constitutional republic. He is also a Host and Founder at Vigilant News. His writing has been featured in American Thinker, Winter Watch, Underground Newswire, and Stillness in the Storm. He also has written scripts for television series featured on Rise.tv. Ryan enjoys gardening, creative writing, and fighting to SAVE AMERICA