The mainstream is cheering, just two days after WHO boss Tedros Ghebreyesus single-handedly declared an international monkeypox crisis, the EU is already approving the Imvanex vaccine. As with the alleged corona crisis, it is claimed that there are no side effects. This is exciting in that the package insert lists 50 serious side effects. Smallpox vaccines have been known to be problematic from the past.
First of all, we would like to draw your attention to our reporting, which is based on a report in the London Times. There, in 1987, the front page claimed that smallpox vaccination was responsible for the development of HIV, or at least that it was strongly suspected.
It is very strange that Imvanex, which is sold as a miracle cure for monkeypox, which currently mainly affects homosexuals (at least 95%), shares several homologous and heterologous sequences with HIV. The manufacturer Bavaria Nordic published the vaccine sequence DQ983238. If you compare this with HIV, you get several hits – you can find five of them, if you follow the link on Telegram.
Once again, there was a great deal of clairvoyance involved in monkeypox becoming an international issue. The controversial German Health Minister Lauterbach ordered 240,000 vaccine doses for Germany in May 2022. The US government ordered 2.5 million vaccine doses. So again, it’s good business for the pharmaceutical industry. In 2019, studies on the vaccine in the USA are said to have shown that 92 percent of the subjects experienced side effects – among other things will increases the risk of myocarditis – we already know that from the “infallible” Covid vaccines.
The list of side effects (which according to politics do not exist)
One of the statements that Imvanex had no side effects comes from Thomas Mertens, head of the permanent German vaccination commission (Stiko). “In contrast to the classic smallpox vaccination, no side effects are to be expected with the modern vaccine.”, quoted nau.ch. At the same time, it is mentioned there that classic smallpox vaccines relatively often (1:20,000) lead to meningitis. We quote from Package insert from Imvanex:
Serious side effects – see a doctor immediately:
- swelling of the face and neck
aggravation of existing health problems
Redness, swelling and itching, headaches, muscle pain, nausea and fatigue can develop in atopic dermatitis. The skin disease can gradually worsen.
Very common (more than 1 in 10 people)
- Muscle aches
- Pain, redness, swelling, hardening, itching
Uncommon (more than 1 in 100 vaccinated people)
- Infection of the nose and throat, infection of the upper respiratory tract
- swollen lymph nodes
- sleep disorders
- Dizziness, sensory disturbances of the skin
- muscle stiffness
- Sore throat, runny nose, cough
- diarrhea, vomiting
- rash, itching, dermatitis,
- bleeding, irritation
- Swelling in the armpit, feeling unwell, flushing of the face, chest pain
- Increase in laboratory heart values (such as troponin I), increase in liver enzymes, decrease in white blood cells, decrease in mean platelet volume
Rare (more than 1 in 1000 vaccinated)
- sinus infection
- skin discoloration
- bruise on the skin
- night sweats
- knots in the skin
- back pain
- neck pain
- muscle cramps
- Muscle aches
- muscle weakness
- swelling of the ankles, feet or fingers
- accelerated heartbeat
- Pain in ear and throat
- stomach pain
- dry mouth
- spinning sensation (dizziness)
- Nerve disorder that causes weakness, tingling or numbness
- Skin peeling, inflammation, abnormal skin sensation, reaction, rash, numbness, dryness, reduced mobility, blistering at the injection site
- flu-like illness
- Swelling in the face, mouth and throat
- Increase in white blood cells
Monkeypox pandemic questionable
The medical expert Dr. Wolfgang Wodarg recently pointed out that the formation of blisters with severe pain does not necessarily indicate monkeypox. Rather, it is the typical clinical picture of herpes zoster, one of the most common side effects of the Covid vaccines.