Taking Back Our Stolen History


Smallpox renamed to falsely exhibit the illusion that small pox was being eradicated by the vaccine. The symptoms are clinically identical. It was allegedly first discovered in 1958 when two outbreaks of a pox-like disease occurred in colonies of monkeys kept for research, hence the name ‘monkeypox.’ The first human case of monkeypox was recorded in 1970 in the Democratic Republic of Congo during a period of intensified effort to eliminate smallpox1 – Of course, the cases that popped up in these smallpox vaccinated victims couldn’t be smallpox, so they were calling these cases monkeypox, camelpox, cowpox, or whitepox. Since then monkeypox has been reported in humans in other central and western African countries.

A 1977 Lancet article informs us that, “Human monkeypox is a systemic exanthema, resembling smallpox, that occurs as a sporadic zoonosis in rural rainforest villages of western and central Africa. The disease is caused by an orthopoxvirus, which is transmitted to human beings by handling infected animals; serosurveys have implicated squirrels ” as the probable reservoir. Secondary human-to-human spread by aerosol or direct contact accounts for about 28% of cases.”42

‘Exanthema’ means a rash and in this case it resembles smallpox. Apparently this look-alike smallpox is quite infectious since there were 42 cases, including 3 deaths, reported in a village with only 346 inhabitants. The difference between the smallpox virus and the human monkeypox virus is supposed to be a difference in protein structure. As health authorities have never worried about the difference between cowpox virus and smallpox virus, why should they be concerned now? Concerned enough, that is, to say that monkeypox is not smallpox. They can’t have it both ways: saying the cowpox virus prevents smallpox but then denying that the monkeypox virus can cause smallpox.

Clinically, the diseases are the same, but the public has been reassured that they have nothing to do with smallpox. Even the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) on its webpage admit that the signs and symptoms of monkeypox are like those of smallpox. They go on to say that the death rate in Africa is 1-10% but the risk would be lower in the US because of better nutrition and hygiene. It is odd that they’ve never acknowledged the role of nutrition and hygiene before “” but that was when they were advocating vaccination.2

While there’s no known effective treatment, most patients recover without any treatment whatsoever. Historically, the infection has primarily plagued the African continent, where a few thousand cases are reported each year.

2022 Outbreak

The alleged monkeypox outbreaks across Europe, the USA and Australia are intended to rile the public into another fear-fueled frenzy in order to justify the World Health Organization’s takeover of public health globally, and usher in the reviled health passports alongside everything else that comes with The Great Reset.

A survey of monkeypox cases by the UK Health Agency has found that 151 out of 152 participants are men who “identify as gay, bisexual or men who have sex with men.” The survey found that 311 (99% of 314) cases were men, with just 3 confirmed female cases.

Monkeypox just so happens to mimic many of the symptoms of COVID jab-induced shingles — so much so, the Department of Health in Queensland, Australia, used the same photo to illustrate both infections (the photos have since been removed or updated1).

A comprehensive scientific document came into the hands of the Jewish TV Channel that gave compelling evidence that Wuhan scientists researched the Monkeypox virus before its 2022 impact as it spread through the world.