This latest blast of fear porn is as bogus as the hate porn charging Russia with "atrocities" committed by the Nazis in Ukraine
Why, oh why do we feel compelled to follow wherever "they" lead? And yet few want to ask for causal proof of any sort. Skin eruptions are common, sometimes painful, and if you're an adolescent can seem terribly embarrassing. The skin eruptions generally caused by malnutrition, a host of toxins, and lack of hygiene are rarely mentioned. Instead, the all too omnipotent invisible virus drives the narrative. Jump from one mythical story to another. From Operation Covid and its variants/waves to Russia/Ukraine to potential war with China, to snake venom, to phony HIV epidemic to Herpes, and now "monkeypox" to people dying (when did dying become unusual?).
It's just one long psy-op and follow it as we might...the fundamental questions gone unasked, let alone unanswered. Where's the f##king proof?
Same story, other name! Are they running out of ideas?
I had the same thought because it seems to have happened to me, and I never got the clot-shots. However, I did get the Shingrex vax in 2021 because I was tired of suffering from shingles flaring every few months. I am worse off than before gettin”protected.”
Since January, my left-side facial and auditory nerves have been inflamed, swollen, and throbbing intermittently. The rash/blisters clearly follow the path of the nerves from the base of the skull forward. My doctor is wonderful and helping me with natural remediation.
I will NEVER take another “vaccine” because I have no idea what that word means anymore.
It continually amazes me that there are still people who believe a single word pronounced by CDC, WHO, and similar terrorist organizations. They passed zero credibility back in 2020, and now enjoy strong negative credibility.
Wow. I can't believe the brazen deception.
There does seem to be some evidence that this may indeed be Shingles, a side effect of the Jabs.
Kind of amazing how many got a shingles like illness after receiving the vaccines. Then again too there certainly are many sick gender confused souls around today.
cdc tweeted the exact same image. they're just laughing at us
My GP was recommending 'shingles shots' over last 10 years or so, saying there was a lot of it around...I never did get a shot, I did have a bout about 5-6 years ago and it was definitely (auto diagnosed) due to extreme stress in my work environment. On hindsight I suppose that the modern practice of vaccinating kids against measles causes a breakdown in the immunity that a bout of measles provides. As a small child in refugee camp I was sent to a camp full of kids with measles, mumps and whatever so as to catch and go through those diseases before getting on a migrant boat. After many weeks with no results and my parents getting frustrated with ship after ship leaving our family behind due to lack of relevant stamps in my UNHCR pass, Dad convinced the medical officer that I must have acquired immunity, even without outward signs. We left within weeks.
My mother developed shingles a week after her second Pfizer jab. She just got her fourth…
Im a physician and I see a lot of shingles . Shingles doesnt present this way. Shingles follows patterns , comes out on whats called the dermatomes. Shingles is much worse in immunocompromised people. THe incidence of shingles is higher now than in the past b/c all the young people get vaccinated against chickenpox and so the adults dont get the natural herd boost from the kids. So there is this "shingles booster "vaccine . THe latest one is called " shingrix" Shingrx was actually tested for seven years and shown to be decently effective at reducing the incidence of shingles and reducing the severity of shingles. THere are very few serious adverse events with the shingles booster. Shingles itself can cause enormous chronic problems including even visual loss. So people over 55 it makes sense to get a shingles booster. I personally received it. I still wont get the covid or flu shots though. ( im 54 and very healthy)
That's only one site that's got it wrong, though, and the article is a bit older.
It's hardly retroactively deliberate, and every single other online depiction of monkeypox looks a lot more like other types of pox. Although shingles seem to be related, and perhaps jab-related immune attenuation makes both easier to get.
This is not like the actually flooded news of months ago that exlpain to you that all sorts of unknown effects make heart attacks and strokes in (otherwise previously healthy) adolescents totally normal.
I concede the wrong stock photo was selected for the piece on monkeypox but it was probably just an oversight. I mean is there more evidence than this one photo?
Moneypox($) for big pharmaceutical
A pox on all those who are promoting the pox! Leave us the hell alone!!
Shingles, monkeypox…they both suck but you won’t die from them so up their nose with a rubber hose and twice as far with a chocolate bar