Posted BY: Teresa | NwoReport

Source: Mac Slavo

There is some evidence that suggests the alleged monkeypox outbreak could actually be a result of the Covid-19 vaccination program. Because the “vaccines” are known to damage the body’s natural immune system, those who have taken the shots are very susceptible to diseases like herpes, shingles, and auto0immjne blistering disease.

The Daily Exposé has done a great job putting maps together showing where the Pfizer “vaccines” were widely distributed and where there are current monkeypox outbreaks. Of course, correlation doesn’t necessarily mean causation, but it is interesting that there is a lot of evidence of immune system degradation to the point of acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) in those who have taken the injections, and now there’s another odd outbreak.

The above is a map showing the main distributions of the Pfizer vaccine.

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Here’s the actual map showing countries were “confirmed” cases of monkeypox have been reported to the World Health Organization (WHO) since the middle of May 2022.

Here are both maps together so you can play a game of spot the difference with them –

Apart from a couple of countries, there isn’t really much of a difference, and every country that has reported alleged cases of monkeypox since May 2022 where it was not already endemic, is a country that also distributed the Pfizer Covid-19 injection. Oddly enough, people have reported herpes zoster or shingles (also the chicken pox virus)  as one of the side effects of the “vaccines.”

Unfortunately, or fortunately; depending on whether you chose to get the Covid-19 injection, official Government data and confidential Pfizer documents strongly suggest the Covid-19 injection may be reactivating the dormant chickenpox virus or herpes virus due to the frightening damage it does to the immune system.

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One of the documents contained in the Pfizer data dump is ‘reissue_5.3.6 postmarketing experience.pdf’. Page 21 of the confidential document contains data on adverse events of special interest, with one of these being herpes viral infections.

The following chart shows the number of herpes infections/complications that have been reported to VAERS as adverse reactions to all vaccines (including the Covid-19 jabs) by the year reported, and the Covid-19 vaccines only by the year reported:

But there’s another condition that authorities could be falsely claiming is monkeypox, and we need to return to the confidential Pfizer documents to find it. This condition is hidden within the 9-page long list of adverse events of special interest at the end of Pfizer’s reissue_5.3.6 postmarketing experience.pdf document. Autoimmune blistering disease causes blisters on the skin and mucous membranes throughout the body. It can affect the mouth, nose, throat, eyes, and genitals.