Are mass epidemics premeditated or just a coincidence? A virus strikingly similar to COVID-19 was the theme of a table top exercise in 2019, just before the COVID-19 pandemic. Epidemic simulations are done in order to predict how they will develop. The accuracy and timing of these simulations is very suspiciously striking. In terms of the view of epidemics, the world is divided into two halves, one half believes that the virus spreads by itself and the other half believes that these events are organized by powerful groups.
Simulation of a global pandemic
When the first global outbreak of monkeypox occurred in mid-June 2022, major media around the world began to cover it extensively. It is a year after the international biosecurity conference in Munich held a simulation of a “global pandemic involving an unusual strain of Monkeypox “beginning in mid-May 2022.
Monkey pox has been known for over half a century
Monkey pox is not a new disease. They were first identified in 1958, but so far there has never been an outbreak outside of the African continent. When the disease has been known for over 60 years, it is interesting that only last year was a simulation made of how the pandemic would continue.
Epidemiologists Jennifer Nuzzo and Bill Hanage acted as advisers on an international biosecurity simulation of a global Monkeypox outbreak. A year later there was an epidemic of monkey pox, and they seem to find nothing strange about it.
The US government is here with an order for 13 million monkeypox vaccines. WHO enters the picture.
What is suspicious?
The global smallpox outbreak is occurring on the timeline predicted by the biosecurity simulation a year ago. It is very similar to the COVID-19 outbreak that happened a few months after the simulation of the coronavirus pandemic was created. The simulation was created at Event 201. Event 201 was hosted in October 2019—just two months before the coronavirus was first revealed in Wuhan—by the Gates Foundation, the World Economic Forum, Bloomberg, and Johns Hopkins.
As with the Event 201, the participants at the Monkeypox simulation have thus far been stone silent as to their having participated in a pandemic simulation the facts of which happened to come true in real life just months later.
The portal AnonHQ pointed out: “One person who was present at both Event 201 and the Monkeypox simulation is George Fu Gao, director of the Chinese Center for Disease Control. At event 201, Gao specifically raised the point of countering “misinformation” during a “hypothetical” coronavirus pandemic.”
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Here’s Gao at Event 201 right next to our very own Avril Haines, Director of National Intelligence—technically the highest-level intelligence official in the United States. It’s interesting to see these two people side by side, don’t you think?
It’s hard to play with the idea that these events seem random. Maybe it’s just a conspiracy, but maybe it’s an exact plan that will come true as predicted.