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Bill Gates predicted a smallpox

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Bill Gates predicted a smallpox outbreak in 2021

In our interconnected world, it is becoming more and more clear
that very few things, if any, actually happen by chance, and
apparently, that includes the current monkeypox outbreak
we’re seeing.
On the heels of COVID-19, a nightmarish pandemic in terms
of policy that stretched from “two weeks to slow the spread”
to two years’ worth of financially crippling lockdowns that
continue to this day in China, comes this new contagion event
— and it was all predicted.
According to the ThreadsIrish (https://bit.ly/38Pfwwa) Substack,
“[t]he March 2021, the National Threat Initiative (NTI) partnered
with the Munich Security Conference to conduct a tabletop
exercise on reducing high-consequence biological threats. The
report focused specifically on a Monkeypox outbreak.”
Continuing, the Substack report noted that the tabletop exercise
“can be added to a long list” of other such exercises, before going
on to point out that in November of that same year — before the
user’s Twitter account was taken down, “I wrote a threat entitled
‘Who Are The Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security And
Why Did They Publish A Document Called The SPARS Pandemic
2025-2028.’ In that thread I spoke of 4 pandemic tabletop exercises
that have taken place over the last twenty years such as Operation
Dark Winter, Atlantic Storm, Clade X [and] most famously Event 201.”
Now there is a new one — “Strengthening Global Systems to Prevent
and Respond to High-Consequence Biological Threats” — which
was funded by a group know as Open Philanthropy, which itself is
funded, in part, by Dustin Moscovitz, a Facebook co-founder along
with Mark Zuckerberg.
“The report was a partnership between The Nuclear Threat Initiative
(NTI) and the Munich Security Conference. The Munich Security
Conference has received funding of $1.2 mil from The Bill & Melinda
Gates Foundation,” ThreadsIrish continued.
The NTI and World Economic Forum, which is based in Switzerland,
put on (https://bit.ly/3MOX3yn) a roundtable discussion on Sept. 20,
2017, regarding the then-current most credible biological risks that
were likely to present themselves through technological advancements
in the context of the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
Roughly two-and-a-half years later, in January 2020, NTI and WEF
released a joint report (https://bit.ly/3PGVVyR) called “Biosecurity
Innovation and Risk Reduction: A Global Framework for Accessible,
Safe and Secure DNA Synthesis.”
“Rapid advancements in commercially available DNA synthesis
technologies – used for example to artificially create gene sequences
for clinical diagnosis and treatment – pose growing risks, with the
potential to cause a catastrophic biological security threat if
accidentally or deliberately misused,” a separate WEF press release
states (https://bit.ly/3sVa4yy).
After establishing who is funding these platforms and forums,
ThreadsIrish moved to “have a closer look at the 2021 report itself”
which accurately (https://bit.ly/3yY3uuY), to the month, predicted
the current monkeypox outbreak.
On page 6 of the 36-page report in the Executive Summary it states:
The exercise scenario portrayed a deadly, global pandemic involving
an unusual strain of monkeypox virus that emerged in the fictional
nation of Brinia and spread globally over 18 months. 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.
After listing a number of recommendations — again, this report is
from May 2021 — ThreadsIrish writes: “What is especially
interesting about these recommendations is the role the UN, WHO
and Banks will have to play (all are mentioned in the report). This
seems like a direct nod to the WHO Pandemic treaty which is being
discussed at the World Health Assembly May 22-28.”
Also, “Isn’t it interesting as well that the World Economic Forum
2022 meeting is also taking place from May 22-26,” the Substack
author continues.


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