World Council for Health Statement on Monkeypox cases
The World Council for Health notes that non-scientific speculation on recent monkeypox cases by the WHO is being used to justify further human rights violations together with a roll-out of new and experimental smallpox vaccines.
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Images of people infected with monkeypox being used by global media, most of which has been derived from old CDC and Getty Images, is not representative of current international cases of monkeypox.
The World Council for Health notes that the United States and the United Kingdom have been stockpiling smallpox vaccines, and the province of Quebec in Canada is already planning to vaccinate people with a smallpox vaccine to contain the supposed spread of monkeypox.
There is no rational scientific basis for vaccinating for smallpox to prevent monkeypox and, among people already multi-vaccinated with experimental Covid-19 vaccines, this strategy has the potential to do great harm.
Furthermore, PCR tests have serious limitations as a method for diagnosing disease and should not be used to diagnose monkeypox, which is clinical diagnosis. There are many other conditions that meet the WHO’s current case definition of a suspected monkeypox case, including Covid-19, the common cold, and shingles – and PCR tests will lead to many false-positive cases.
The biggest threat to global health is the ongoing effort of the WHO and its private partners to vaccinate every man, woman, and child with new experimental vaccines and injections that have not been adequately tested.
World Council for Health is for transparent health guidance free from political and private partnerships; we value and empower individual choice, bodily autonomy and personal sovereignty.