Monkeypox outbreak in Los Angeles soars to 22 cases after Pride events as health officials warn disease is spreading among gay community – Nwo Report

Los Angeles records 22 monkeypox cases after Pride events as health officials say outbreak is running rampant among gay community.

‘Anyone can get and spread monkeypox, but some of the recent cases identified have been among gay, bisexual, and other men who have sex with men who attended large events where the exposure to monkeypox may have occurred,’ said Los Angeles Department of Public Health in a statement.

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The warning comes after a month of Pride celebrations in the city that included Pride in the Park on June 11, a concert that attracted over 20,000 people and included a performance from Christina Aguilera as well as the city’s parade which occurred on June 12.

According to the Los Angeles Times, thousands of people lined the city’s streets to celebrate the return of the parade following a two-year hiatus due to Covid-19.

As of June 2, there were just three cases of monkeypox in all of California, NBC News said at the time.

There are now 51 reported monkeypox cases in California and 199 cases nationwide, according to the CDC.

Monkeypox Lockdowns Loom | Call Me Stormy
Josh Sigurdson reports that people are once again falling for fake pandemic news, which most likely will lead to a wave of lockdowns and quarantines across the planet. He says Belgium has become the first country to introduce mandatory quarantines, as alleged cases of Monkeypox increase worldwide. Here’s more from World Alternative Media...

This election loss might be just what the Australian Liberal Party needs | The Wentworth Report

This election loss might be just what the Australian Liberal Party needs. By Rowan Dean.

Scott Morrison and the Coalition did not lose government last night. They lost it on November 1 last year, when Scott Morrison stood in front of an adoring crowd of climate cultists in Glasgow and committed Australia to the ridiculous pledge of ‘Net Zero by 2050’.

Attacking and resisting Climate Change alarmism had been the secret winning weapon of the Liberal and National parties at every election since and including the landslide win in 2013.

The most pathetic scenes in this election campaign were watching Liberals and Nationals stand impotently by as they were attacked on Climate Change.

Rather than going on the attack by pointing out the energy crisis in Europe and the spiralling inflation in the US are all the result of climate alarmism, thanks to Scott Morrison and the bedwetters within the Liberal party, they played along with the pretence that we can close down our coal mines and still maintain our prosperity.

The winners from the globalist agenda of rule by unelected bureaucrats, and of ever bigger government and more well-paid bureaucratic jobs insulated from economic competition, are the alliance of bureaucrats, the media, academics, professionals on government-funded projects, and their allies. They tend to live in the inner cities. They have taken over the main left party in every western country, including the Labor Party here in Australia. They are the noisy, PC minority.

The losers are everyone else, especially those whose wages are kept in check by market discipline. This is the productive class who actually gets most real stuff done. They oppose the globalist class of Davos. They are the majority.

It is the destiny of the Liberal Party to be the party of the losers of globalization. Embrace it. Drop the teal electorates. They are realigning to the party of big government and the wealthy. Pursue them and you alienate most of the electorate. The teal electorates are your past. Thank them and move on — don’t make an ass of yourself chasing a lost love.

Morrison’s strategy of positioning his government just to the right of the Labor Party failed. Why vote for the pale imitation? Morrison’s Liberal Party bored and turned off most of the country. Pauline Hanson and Clive Palmer have to be two of the least talented political operators around, yet they still managed to get 10% of the vote just by not being the Liberal Party.

A final note on the Western Australian factor, for those who don’t live here. WA voted heavily against the Morrison government. Morrison called us “cave dwellers” because we didn’t want his infection and the attendant masks and lockdowns, and insisted on closing our borders to people from Sydney when it was convulsed with delta. Imagine! What impertinence! The Labor Party here just repeated that comment over and over in ads. Some outsiders don’t acknowledge that WA locked down least, had the least covid, and was least affected by covid than any jurisdiction in the western world. Closing the borders to the infected states, and to an infected world, worked and bought us time.

Those outsiders also do not respect our democracy. How much clearer could WA voters make it ? We voted big time for a state leader who closed borders and kept us out of the covid mess. And yesterday many voted to indicate that we don’t appreciate arrogant Sydney-siders telling us to open our borders so they can visit and make us sick and force us into lockdowns and masks.

How Has Monkeypox Spread All Over the Globe at Lightning Speed?

For decades, a few scientists have voiced concerns that the monkeypox virus could have become better at infecting people—ironically because we eradicated its relative, smallpox, in the late 1970s. The smallpox vaccine incidentally protected against monkeypox. And when new generations were born into a world without either smallpox or smallpox-vaccination campaigns, they grew up vulnerable to monkeypox. In the Democratic Republic of Congo, this dwindling immunity meant that monkeypox infections increased 20-fold in the three decades after smallpox vanished, as Rimoin showed in 2010. That gives the virus more chances to evolve into a more transmissible pathogen in humans. To date, its R0—the average number of people who catch the disease from one infected person—has been less than 1, which means that outbreaks naturally peter out. But it could eventually evolve above that threshold, and cause more protracted epidemics, as Bergstrom simulated in 2003. “We saw monkeypox as a ticking time bomb,” he told me.

Meanwhile, authorities are claiming that it seems to be particularly spreading among men that have sex with other men. The following comes from CNN

World as vulnerable as before Covid – WHO — RT World News

18 May, 2022 18:04

World as vulnerable as before Covid – WHO

An international panel on pandemic readiness has published a gloomy assessment
it comes to future pandemics, a lack of progress on international
health regulation coupled with economic woes may have left the world in a
“worse place” than before the onset of Covid-19, according to a new World Health Organization (WHO) report.

international community’s pandemic-response tools are still inadequate,
the assessment published this week by the WHO’s Independent Panel for
Pandemic Preparedness and Response claims.

“We have right now
the very same tools and the same system that existed in December 2019 to
respond to a pandemic threat. And those tools just weren’t good
enough,” former New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark, who co-authored the report, told reporters.

there were a new pandemic threat this year, next year, or the year
after at least, we will be largely in the same place … maybe worse,
given the tight fiscal space of many, if not most, countries right now,” she added.

an increase in funding, the process of formulating a worldwide plan to
respond to health threats is moving too slowly, the authors claimed,
arguing that leaders needed to fight against the waning of interest in
member states.

“Only the highest-level political leadership has the legitimacy to bring multiple sectors together,” co-author and former president of Liberia Ellen Johnson Sirleaf said in a Wednesday press statement.

authors called for a high level meeting of the UN General Assembly to
hasten the process of crafting an effective global pandemic response.

the meantime, the World Health Assembly, the WHO’s annual
decision-making forum, is set to convene next week in Geneva to address
some of the issues raised in the report.

The first known outbreak
of the Covid-19 virus occurred in Wuhan, China in 2019 and rapidly
spread to nearly all countries. Public health guidelines and mandates
such as masking, social distancing and vaccination resulted in political
divisions and fueled protests in some countries. Globally, the WHO has
recorded 520 million confirmed cases of Covid-19 as of Monday. It
estimates the global death toll to be around 6.27 million.