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Monkeypox Vaccines Now Available in NYC

Have an itch? A spot of redness? Feeling a little off? Believe it or not, your symptoms are likely Monkeypox. At least that’s what the New York City Department of Health wants you to think. As Monkeypox runs rampant throughout the streets of American major cities, our best defense is to prepare ourselves for social distancing, isolation, and thinking twice about the risk of Monkeypox before making any plans. The proposed self-induced sanctions conditional to Monkeypox offer salvation against virus by restricting the possibility of exposure. As seen in Shanghai, China and other major Chinese cities under Chinese Communist Party (CCP) rule, even forced quarantine, mass daily testing, and forced inoculations, could not eradicate the existence and prevalence of COVID-19.

In New York City, as of July 5, 111 people have tested positive for orthopoxvirus. Without hesitation, the fate of each case was publicly announced: “All cases are likely Monkeypox” assured NYC Department of Health’s official website1. Creating an initial lack of supply, major pharmaceutical companies use the same tactic first employed with the release of COVID-19 boosters, denying the public access to a vaccine, and spreading propaganda in regards to its severity and certain destruction. “There are currently no appointments of walk-ins available to get the monkeypox vaccine,” warned the city of New York.

On July 6th, 2022 the New York Department of Health and Mental Hygiene announced that Monkeypox vaccine doses had officially arrived in New York City, and would be available for anyone worried of becoming infected with the virus2“We plan to make appointments available starting this afternoon. Check back to schedule an appointment:

Just two hours later, the New York Department of Health and Mental Hygiene retracted their announcement, calling it an “unfortunate glitch3.” The NYC DOH assured New Yorkers that “more appointments will be available this afternoon.” Was this announcement in fact accidental, or a tactic to obtain and ensure a public demand? Even worse, had this been truly an accident, it highlights the extreme disorganization of the politically appointed medical bureaucracy, and their inability to ensure an effective public health strategy.


To avoid the public coming into contact with the virus, official methods of prevention have already been suggested through the state. With direct correlation to COVID-19’s encouraged social deprivation, these preventive measures include various forms of self-induced isolation. These measures include avoiding:

  • Oral, anal and vaginal sex
  • Hugging, kissing, cuddling and massage
  • Coming in contact with bedding or other items that have the virus on them during or after intimate activity.

To further reduce the chance of getting and spreading monkeypox, the New York Department of Health advises:

  • If you or your partners are sick, especially if you or they have a new or unexpected rash or sore, do not have sex or close physical contact.
  • Avoid clubs, parties or gatherings until you have talked to a health care provider.
  • Wash your hands, sex toys and bedding before and after sex or other intimate activities.
  • When making plans, consider the level of risk.
  • Clubs, raves, saunas, sex parties and other places with skin-to-skin or face-to-face contact with many people may increase your risk of exposure.

Positive Monkeypox Infections

To protect others while you are sick:

  • Avoid sex or being intimate with anyone until you have been checked by a provider.
  • Stay home and separate from other people in your household.
  • If you cannot fully separate from others in your household, wear a face mask and avoid physical contact. Wear clothing that covers your lesions when in shared spaces.
  • If you must leave home for essential needs or medical care, cover your rash and lesions with clothing and wear a face mask.
  • Do not share or let others touch your clothing, towels, bedding or utensils. Do not share a bed.
  • Do not share dishes, food, drink or utensils. Wash dishes with warm water and soap or in a dishwasher.
  • Wash your hands and clean shared surfaces, such as countertops and doorknobs, often. Household members should also wash their hands often, especially if they touch materials or surfaces that may have come in contact with lesions.

In other words, ‘stay away from other people.’ An individual self-induced isolation divides the power of the people, submitting our will to the state and that of the federal government. In some instances, such threats against U.S. national security, federal compliance may be legally warranted, however when these orders come from the bureaucratic iatrarchy, as the result of global collusion, foreign policy begins to take precedence over national legislation, deforming our country into an unrecognizable internationally influenced ideological wasteland.

Probable Monkeypox

Probable Monkeypox includes having any amount of detectable levels of “anti-orthopoxvirus IgM antibodies” withing four (4) to fifty-six (56) days after a rash onset, or “other epidemiologic criteria.”

This means anyone having natural immunity to monkeypox, and appearing asymptomatic, would be a candidate for Probable Monkeypox. Criteria like this make it difficult to determine a positive case from a negative one, ensuring greater participation in mass inoculation and other suggested preventative measures. As of June 29th, 2022 several states have already begun diagnosing residents as “Probable Monkeypox.” These states include but are not limited to, New York4, Michigan5, Ohio6, Iowa7, New Jersey8, Arizona9, Hawaii10, California11,12, and New Hampshire13.


Under the guise of limited eligibility, New Yorkers over eighteen are encouraged to obtain an FDA-approved Monkeypox vaccine. The vaccines are required to be taken as two doses, four weeks apart. “Eligible New Yorkers who may have been recently exposed to monkeypox can get the JYNNEOS vaccine.” 

“This vaccine has been approved by the FDA for the prevention of monkeypox in people ages 18 and older.” touts New York City’s Department of Health, adding however that “[t]here is no specific treatment approved for monkeypox.”

As of June 14th, 2022, the WHO Director-General Dr. Tedros assured the public that the “WHO does not recommend mass vaccination against monkeypox,” stating that “[w]hile smallpox vaccines are expected to provide some protection against monkeypox, there is limited clinical data, and limited supply.” New York City residents have already built a demand for the concoctions, which are now announced to be soon regularly available. The availability of the vaccines will also extend for use in those not infected with monkeypox as a preventative against the disease.

Starting June 23rd, 2022, New York City’s Department of Health announced that monkeypox vaccines were being offered to New Yorkers who “may have been exposed to monkeypox14.” That same day, the NYC Department of Health retracted their original statement warning that “due to high demand” they were “no longer able to accommodate walk-ins15.” It is with medical strategies like this, that more individuals will be coerced into receiving novel concoctions which have been specifically developed to combat the most recent strain of monkeypox. One technique that America could ultimately see implemented is mass Ring Vaccination.

Ring vaccination is a medical strategy that involves vaccinating the contacts of infected patients, in addition to those in close contact with the infected host. Ring Vaccination also requires digital contact tracing and other forms of health surveillance in order to control “the chance of spreading the virus.” 

These restrictions also place limitation on civil rights, personal beliefs, and individual liberties. Ring vaccination, a technique implemented during smallpox, was successful in the destruction of the smallpox virus, removing the threat from society. Will similar measures be implemented on the grounds of its previous success with comparable viruses?

State of Emergency

Dr. Tedros described the global outbreak and impact of monkeypox as “clearly unusual and concerning.” 

“It’s for that reason that I have decided to convene the Emergency Committee under the International Health Regulations next week, to assess whether this outbreak represents a public health emergency of international concern,” warned WHO Director-General Dr. Tedros.

Should a public health emergency be declared, it is likely that major pharmaceutical companies will shift their focus to attain Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) clearance to monopolize immunity. By renaming the monkeypox virus, new vaccinations can be mandated, which are specific to the reclassified pathogen. The future of humanity could potentially endure another emergency pandemic requiring the amending U.S. national policy\ in order to comply with the universal global health standard designated by the World Health Organization’s constitution. The changes to national legislation will supersede our American Constitution, demanding the conformation and total compliance to a global one-party proposed medical narrative. This will be financed, executed, and enforced through WHO Members in a coordinated effort to revolutionize the future of modern medicine, while yielding consistent revenue to the World Health Organization and major pharmaceuticals.

Renaming “Monkeypox”

Upon the accusation of the World Health Organization’s (WHO) “discriminatory and stigmatizing,” nomenclature16. A proposed report claimed that it was “misleading and inaccurate” because of the “very limited surveillance and limited diagnostic capacity” ultimately smearing the origin of the virus, similar to that of COVID-19. The scientists claim that the full range of the pathogen can not be physically proven, therefore is technically not known. In addition, the name is highly discriminative against primates, providing them a negative stigma. 

“Recently, Foreign Press Association, Africa issued a statement urging the global media to stop using images of African people to highlight the outbreak in Europe”

“Here we use the placeholder label ‘hMPXV1’ to denote where we believe this now human virus becomes distinct from MPXV, and urge a speedy decision and adoption of a new name17.”

On June 14th, in reaction to these grievances, the WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus announced that the monkeypox virus would be officially renamed18. The committee advised Dr. Tedros that under Article 44 of the International Health Regulations (IHR) there should be more international collaboration, and countries should force adherance to guidance provided by the World Health Organization (WHO).


While Monkeypox itself may not be a current and significant threat, the lack of available resources to combat risks and side-effects, producing a heightened sense of vulnerability among the population. This allows vaccine demand to be created, ensuring financial longevity and economic sustenance for major pharmaceutical companies, as seen during the coronavirus pandemic. In America’s modern age, pandemics will likely equate to the same war-for-profit imperialist tactics used against both the public and foreign populations. 

By controlling the narrative of public health, the federal government can operate under the pretext of their global commitment and allegiance to the World Health Organization’s Constitution. This false narrative will ensure both compliance out of fear, and revenue out of regulation. Does the renaming of Monkeypox signify the arrival of proprietary novel vaccines, which can be mandated under a global state of emergency? Will America default its U.S. Constitution and national legislation to Article 44 of the World Health Organization’s International Health Regulations?

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