Posted BY: Liza Carlisle

The Covid 19 virus has been a vehicle for governments to impose restrictions on the civil liberties of its citizens, including intimidation to force vaccines. Even though the virus has weakened, as all viruses do, around the world efforts to vaccinate masses have intensified.

In a November 2021 report, NTI looked at the outbreak of the monkeypox virus in the fictional country of Brinia on May 15, 2022, which was the focus of the March exercise. Under their imaginary scenario, “the initial outbreak was caused by a terrorist attack using a pathogen engineered in a laboratory with inadequate biosafety and biosecurity provisions and weak oversight.”

A rare virus called Monkeypox has been seen in isolated instances in the U.S. in the past, but now CNN reports that the CDC is monitoring 6 people in the U.S. for possible monkeypox infections after they sat next to an infected traveler who had symptoms while flying from Nigeria to the U.K. in early May.

The CDC is also investigating a case of monkeypox confirmed in a man in Massachusetts who had recently traveled to Canada, CNN reports, as well as a patient in New York City who has tested positive for orthopoxvirus, which is the family of viruses to which monkeypox belongs.

One feels a sense of deja vu, as this unusual spread of monkeypox is reminiscent of the beginnings of the spread of Covid 19.

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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.

“WHO is working with the affected countries and others to expand disease surveillance to find and support people who may be affected, and to provide guidance on how to manage the disease,” the agency said.

Now it seems that there is subterfuge.

Becker News reports that an influential global security organization known as the Nuclear Threat Initiative published a wargame document in March 2021 that specifically predicted a monkeypox outbreak in May 2022.

The wargame document provides a valuable glimpse into how national governments and intergovernmental organizations intend to prepare for the next pandemic.

The Blaze Senior Editor Daniel Horowitz reports that “A year ago, at a Munich conference [sic], the NTI predicted a monkeypox terror attack in May 2022 in a germ game, except it appears they were the terrorists.”

“In March 2021, NTI partnered with the Munich Security Conference to conduct a tabletop exercise on reducing high-consequence biological threats,” the conference paper read.

“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. This report summarizes the exercise scenario, key findings from the discussion, and actionable recommendations for the international community.”

“Developed in consultation with technical and policy experts, the exercise scenario portrayed a deadly, global pandemic involving an unusual strain of monkeypox virus that first emerges in the fictional country of Brinia and eventually spreads globally,” the document states.

“Later in the exercise, the scenario reveals that the initial outbreak was caused by a terrorist attack using a pathogen engineered in a laboratory with inadequate biosafety and biosecurity provisions and weak oversight. The exercise scenario concludes with more than three billion cases and 270 million fatalities globally,” the Blaze reported.

“As part of the scenario development process, NTI conducted a virtual consultation with experts in December 2020,” NTI adds.

The wargaming documents put the initial date of the monkeypox pandemic of 2022 as May 15.

In its Foreword, while studiously avoiding any mention of the Wuhan laboratory, NTI discusses how future biological threats may be caused by “deliberate misuse” of biological pathogens or “laboratory accident.”

The timing of the monkeypox outbreak coincides with an aggressive push for the World Health Organization to accrue vast new powers, including to unilaterally declare “pandemics” that would compel signatories to enact measures, including vaccine mandates, Becker News reports.

In addition to the WHO pushing for more power to impose restrictions on the citizens all countries, President Joe Biden and world leaders recently made it clear at the recent ‘2nd Global Covid Summit‘ that response measures to Covid 19 were just the beginning of government efforts to counteract pandemics, Becker News continues.

The Biden administration is spearheading an initiative to amend International Health Regulations with a proposal (Provisional agenda item 16.2) to the World Health Assembly that was made public in April.

Amendments would include lockdowns, border closures, mask mandates, and vaccine mandates, The Biden administration is also recommending the following: intensifying ‘health surveillance’ of all countries and citizens; creating a global communication network that reports to the WHO; grants the WHO the authority to sanction non-compliant countries; bestows authority to Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus to declare pandemics or emergencies; recognizes the WHO’s authority to determine these steps a country should take in pandemic response, including vaccine mandates; and authorizes funding for the WHO in the event of a “pandemic.’

“And we’re increasing our support for new pandemic preparedness and global health security fund that will be established at the World Bank this summer, with $450 million in seed funding,” Biden said.

Frightening that a rare virus could be the vehicle for such power over all citizens of the world.