No one will tell you: the monkeypox virus was aerosolised in 2001

No one will tell you: the monkeypox virus was aerosolised in 2001


“Monkeypox is almost nothing like COVID-19.”

“Among the many differences — fortunately, for a world weary of the pandemic — is that monkeypox is far less transmissible.”

The narrative in the media at the moment seems to be (mostly) to downplay monkeypox and to say that it is far less transmissible than covid-19 and to single out the gay community as a source of transmission

The mode of transmission may not be via sexual activity but instead may be through “the close contact associated with sexual intercourse.”

Why monkeypox is less dangerous than COVID despite higher fatality rate

The monkeypox virus is less dangerous than COVID-19 despite it having a higher fatality rate, a biochemistry expert says….

…Otago University biochemistry professor Kurt Krause told AM on Monday that monkeypox – which is a relative of chickenpox and smallpox – traditionally only sees small outbreaks.

“Monkeypox can be serious but generally speaking, the outbreaks that occur involve a few hundred people and they fizzle out because the virus isn’t transmitted that readily from one person to another,” Krause told AM host Ryan Bridge. 

They are saying that the strain of monkeypox believed to be circulating around the world is from west Africa and has a fatality rate of around 1 percent.

“It looks like the cases are the west African strain, so that would be in the lower group, but it’s so much different from coronavirus in that it’s so much less transmissible and once you get to the pox stage, it’s quite apparent,” Krause told AM.

“The COVID-19 fatality rate is about a third to half of a percent depending on which strain. Omicron is a little bit less than that, Delta was about that rate.”

“The big difference between the two viruses is that monkeypox is “dramatically less’ contagious” than COVID-19.” 



Remember that the WHO in January 2020 was saying there was “no evidence” of human-to-human transmission of what was at that stage called the “novel coronavirus”.


Much of what follows I have gleaned from TruNews…

Monkeypox Exercise Predicted 250 Million Deaths Worldwide

This doesn’t all come from left-field – unexpectedly


However, the Express points to a wargaming of monkeypox held late last year

The article points to “past failures” in dealing with covid-19 and the determination through the WHO Pandemic Treasty that this should not be repeasted. 

The experts also presented a long list of measures needed both to overcome Covid and ensure that the world is better prepared for similar threats in the future.

In late November the The Nuclear Threat Initiative (NTI), that has been, amongst other things, related to biolabs carried out an exercise, Strengthening Global Systems to Prevent and Respond to High-Consequence Biological Threats

Developed in consultation with technical and policy experts, the fictional exercise scenario portrayed a deadly, global pandemic involving an unusual strain of monkeypox virus that first emerged in the fictional nation of Brinia and spread globally over 18 months.

These were the main findings, hardly consistent with today’s media coverage:

“Ultimately, the exercise scenario revealed that the initial outbreak was caused by a terrorist attack using a pathogen engineered in a laboratory with inadequate biosafety and biosecurity provisions and weak oversight.”


“By the end of the exercise, the fictional pandemic resulted in more than three billion cases and 270 million fatalities worldwide.”


Perhaps because one of their main concerns was the management of information they produced a fake news report – something that will without a doubt be wheeled out to create unprecedented levels of fear in the public so that never again will the be as uncompliant as with the COVID plandemic.


This article makes it clear that the United States has millions of doses of a monkeyvirus vaccine


Far from the media coverage that is saying that the infection rate is only 1 percent Doc Burkhardt of TruNews found three different articles demonstrating the effects of an aerosolised monkeypox virus on monkeys.

Cynomolgus monkeys (Macaca fascicularis) were exposed by fine-particle aerosol to lethal doses of monkeypox virus, Zaire strain. Death, attributable to fibrinonecrotic bronchopneumonia, occurred 9 to 17 days postexposure

Cynomolgus monkeys (Macaca fascicularis) were exposed by fine-particle aerosol to lethal doses of monkeypox virus, Zaire strain. Death, attributable to fibrinonecrotic bronchopneumonia, occurred 9 to 17 days postexposure



In addition to that the report states that the monkeypox virus could maintain infectivity for up to 90 hours.

Viral concentrations detected dropped by two logs for culture analysis and by one log for qPCR analysis within the first 18 hours of aging; viral concentrations were stable between 18 and 90 hours, suggesting a potential for the MPXV to retain infectivity in aerosols for more than 90 hours. The rotating chamber used in this study maintained viral particles airborne successfully for prolonged periods and could be used to study the susceptibility of other BSL3 microorganisms.



As I was preparing this article I came across this; they are already introducing the first mandatory quarantines for monkeypox.

First Mandatory Quarantines for Monkeypox as White House Warns of More Cases

Belgium has become the first country in the world to introduce a mandatory 21-day monkeypox quarantine for those who contract the virus after several cases were found, with a White House official warning Sunday that more U.S. cases are likely.

Those who contract the virus will have to self-isolate, confirmed Belgian health authorities to news outlets. Individuals who have had close contact with monkeypox cases aren’t required to self-isolate but should remain vigilant if they have been in contact with vulnerable people, officials said..


Only the beginning, I’d wager

In addition to the above, I found the following article about this very issue

Aerosolized Monkeypox Viruses

This article will show the different studies that show that the monkeypox virus has been aerosolized.  Typically, monkeypox can be spread by droplets and close contact. Droplet spread is when someone coughs or sneezes, and viral particles come out with the body fluids like phlegm and saliva.

Suppose someone inhales the virus in a droplet form. In that case, it has to go thru the mechanical defenses of the body like the cilia in the mucosal lining of the nose that can “catch” the droplets and expel them during sneezing or coughing. Immune cells are also present, like the natural killer cells, white blood cells, and antibodies in the inner lining of the nose and throat that protect against any pathogens.

If ever the monkeypox could penetrate the linings of the nose and throat, it will have to pass thru the lymph nodes around the neck and throat, where they will encounter more immune cells that will make antibodies against them.

Lymph nodes also protect against contact spread. The monkeypox skin lesions are teeming with the virus before they become encrusted. If contact with an infected body fluid thru the skin happens, the virus can penetrate the skin. Then it has to pass the regional lymph nodes of the body. These lymph nodes are all over the body, like the underarm area that drains the whole upper extremity.

Inside the lymph nodes are immune cells that can effectively kill any pathogens. The layers of protection can explain why not all who have the monkeypox dies.

The monkeypox virus has a case fatality rate of 1% if the clade is from West Africa but 10% if from the Congo basin or Central Africa.

However, if a virus is aerosolized, it bypasses the protective mechanisms and becomes more pathogenic and lethal. Plus, you cannot tell if the air you’re breathing is aerosolized. Aerosols are invisible and make ideal bioweapons.

Monkeypox in British patients, May 2022. By UK government –, OGL 3,

Aerosolized monkeypox in laboratories

Since 2001, scientists from the United States Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases (USAMRIID) in Frederick, Maryland, USA, have successfully aerosolized the monkeypox virus.

In their experiment, aerosolized monkeypox virus of the Zaire strain (the deadlier clade) can quickly go to the deepest part of the lungs called the alveoli. Then they can start fibronectin bronchopneumonia, and death ensues nine to ten days after exposure. [1]

Another study from Tulane University, Susceptibility of Monkeypox virus aerosol suspensions in a rotating chamber, was able to find out that aerosolized monkeypox viruses could survive from 18 and up to ninety hours in the air. [2]

The third study showed that three out of four monkeys died after exposure to the aerosolized monkeypox. Two of the three that died only had a few pox lesions, and one did not have any. The study showed that deaths are dose-dependent. The higher the amount, the more likely the animals are to die. All deaths are due to respiratory infections. [3]

Monkeypox is similar to smallpox but less deadly. The studies in this article were done to understand smallpox infections better.  The remaining smallpox viruses are in the CDC in Atlanta, USA, and the State Research Centre of Virology and Biotechnology, Novosibirsk, Russian Federation (VECTOR) and are not available for research.

Related:  A Smallpox Epidemic is More Possible than You Think

I researched aerosolized monkeypox because I wondered why the 2022 monkeypox infections in the UK, the US, Spain, Portugal, Germany, and Australia happened within the same week. Monkeypox is not endemic in those countries.

A single source cannot explain the 100 cases of monkeypox in different countries of Europe. There was no mention that all of those cases were together at one time in Africa.  The incubation period of monkeypox is usually from 6 to 13 days. During that time, it is not yet infectious.

Monkeypox becomes contagious once the rash occurs and lasts for 14 to 21 days. Therefore you need at least one to two weeks for the next group of infected people to become symptomatic.

Is it possible that aerosolized monkeypox is being spread in different parts of the world? If that is so, expect thousands of cases in the coming weeks. Be careful with enclosed spaces.

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  1. Zaucha GM, Jahrling PB, Geisbert TW, Swearengen JR, Hensley L. The pathology of experimental aerosolized monkeypox virus infection in cynomolgus monkeys (Macaca fascicularis). Lab Invest. 2001 Dec;81(12):1581-600. doi: 10.1038/labinvest.3780373. PMID: 11742030.
  2. Verreault D, Killeen SZ, Redmann RK, Roy CJ. Susceptibility of monkeypox virus aerosol suspensions in a rotating chamberJ Virol Methods. 2013;187(2):333-337. doi:10.1016/j.jviromet.2012.10.009
  3. Barnewall RE, Fisher DA, Robertson AB, Vales PA, Knostman KA, Bigger JE. Inhalational monkeypox virus infection in cynomolgus macaquesFront Cell Infect Microbiol. 2012;2:117. Published 2012 Sep 17. doi:10.3389/fcimb.2012.00117


I am NOT (at least for the time being) going to name my source for this sensitive information.

Here is the essence of what was said:

  • There are indications from sources from Europe that the monkeypox virus is “a third lab strain with unknown characteristics”
  • There is discussion about this being somehow related to Moscow’s charges against U.S. biological activities in Ukraine. This could be a reaction to revelations about “false” revelations from Moscow,
  • These sources are calling it a lab strain. We have no idea who has done this and what has been done to give gain-of-function to this virus. Whether this comes from a Russian or a US (or Chinese) laboratory has huge possible consequences for the war against Russia.
  • This virus is similar to smallpox but less fatal. However, after contracting the virus through the nose the virus can enter the body via RESPIRATORY droplets or close skin contact with bodily fluids, from an infected person.
  • There is a 12- to 14-day incubation period, just like with smallpox and the virus transits the lymph nodes and enters the bloodstream. After this primary dissemination of the virus it also targets organs throughout the body, such as the spleen and liver, where it undergoes another replication cycle.
  • Around days 13 to 15 there is a secondary phase, when the patient develops a fever and malaise, and seeds the next target for replication, the skin with the characteristic pustules. What this means is a person is infected for 13-15 days before he starts showing the Rash and Pustules on the skin.   
  • We do not know what mortality would look like in a largely-vaxxed population that has experienced a collapse in the immune system.
  • Tru News said that Putin would be blamed and there are signs that this is ALREADY happening with this graphic that compares those countries that have sanctioned Russia compared to those where there has been a breakout of monkeypox. Clearly, this is the start of a campaign to blame Russia. 

Here is what is circulating:

I am  sure there will be much more to come on this and I can reveal where this information has come from.

See this. As if we can trust the British on anything after the Skripal affair!

Russia ‘planned to use monkeypox as a bioweapon’, report warned

Russia 'planned to use monkeypox as a bioweapon', report warned
There are now 20 ‘mostly mild’ cases of monkeypox in the UK (Picture: Getty; AP; Vector)

Russia’s military scientists researched using monkeypox as a bio-weapon until at least the early 1990s, according to newly resurfaced interviews with a former Russian army colonel.

Ken Alibek, who was deputy chief of the USSR’s biological weapons programme until its collapse in 1991 and stayed on in its Russian Federation successor until a year later, claimed he oversaw 32,000 employees over 40 facilities.

After moving to the US, he revealed how the Soviets had investigated a variety of infectious diseases for use in warfare, focusing on smallpox until its eradication through global vaccine programmes forced them to ditch the idea.

In a 1998 interview with staff at the American Chemical and Biological Weapons Nonproliferation Project (CBWNP), he explained that was ruled out as stray cases caused by an accidental leak in Russia would now be ‘difficult to explain to the international community’.

He said: ‘So we developed a special program to determine what “model” viruses could be used instead of human smallpox.

‘We tested vaccinia virus, mousepox virus, rabbitpox virus, and monkeypox virus as models for smallpox.

‘The idea was that all research and development work would be conducted using these model viruses. Once we obtained a set of positive results, it would take just two weeks to conduct the same manipulations with smallpox virus and to stockpile the warfare agent.

‘We would have in our arsenal a genetically altered smallpox virus that could replace the previous one.’

Monkeypox world map
The disease has been spreading in nine countries outside Central and West Africa, where virtually all cases in recent decades have occurred

Russian Ministry of Defence decided to continue working with monkeypox to ‘create future biological weapons’ after the end of the USSR, Dr Alibek added.

The same year, he was brought before a United States Congress hearing, where he said was ‘he convinced that Russia’s biological weapons program has not been completely dismantled’.

His claims were backed by a former United Nations weapons inspector several years later.

Jonathan Tucker, who left the UN Special Commission to work at the Monterey Institute think tank in Washington, told United Press International there was still a ‘real far’ that monkeypox could be engineered as a bioweapon.

He said protection from the smallpox vaccine would be enough to repel infections, but many countries have only held onto moderate stockpiles of the jab since the disease was eradicated.

Monkeypox picture WHO
The disease causes a painful rash and lesions and can lead to death in some cases

Another former UN weapons inspector, who did not wish to be named, was quoted in the report as saying: ‘There’s no confirmation that (monkeypox) leaked out, but the potential exists’.

Interviewed again for the same report, said that while he was not aware of any leaks, ‘it was not a problem to get any of the orthopox viruses (smallpox, camelpox and monkeypox)’.

At the time of the report, monkeypox was not thought to be transmissible between humans.

However it is now known that the virus can spread through extended face-to-face contact.

There are now 20 cases in the UK, health secretary Sajid Javid revealed on Friday, although ‘most cases’ are mild.

The virus has also been detected in nine other countries outside Central and West Africa, where the majority of historic cases have been concentrated.

African scientists have said they are baffled by its global spread.

The UK is now stocking up on smallpox vaccines as a precaution, he added.


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