The monkeypox fear mongers have a problem, and it's visual
Except for the short preview of this article given to my Freemium readers, if you’re reading this article, you’re a subscriber, so I assume you’ve been keeping up with my monkeypox coverage. I’m not going to recapitulate the whole enchilada every time I put out something new.
Here’s the thing. To convince people in Western societies that we have a real outbreak going on, the planners will have to show evidence of the purported disease they’re describing.
That means people with large dripping abscesses and pustules and body sores---not just a “COVID cough” or congestion.
Where are these people with horrible visual signs of monkeypox?
This is why the Ebola story failed to take hold in America and other developed countries. The planners couldn’t find and present large numbers of citizens suddenly hemorrhaging blood (the big Ebola symptom) in the streets. Therefore, an insufficient segment of the population bought into fear of Ebola.