It’s been really slow in the mainstream media since they announced the death of Queen Elizabeth II. Today however, as it is the final day of the funeral, that will change.
Anyway, as for yesterday, they just had to go with all the fake viruses yet again – to remind us of these non-existing threats. It’s not enough to keep people worrying about gas and food costs or shortages, or their next electrical bill; they need to fear waking up and look like leper in the mirror – all monkey-poxy, and stuff.
So… The faked case of “Money-pox” was detected in the southwest municipality of Chongqing. An “international arrival” was under mandatory Covid-19 quarantine when the imaginary infection was “discovered,” according to local authorities.
Of course, this was reported on September 18, a day with 69-date numerology, same day as the “6.9”-magnitude earthquake in Taiwan.
9/18/2022 = 9 + 18 + 20 + 22 = 69
Monkeypox Hoax = 69
The Jesuit Order = 69 (the order writing the script, shaping the illusion)
More importantly, it was a day with the Freemasonic ‘33’-date numerology.
9/18/2022 = (9) + (18) + 2+0+2+2 = 33
Monkeypox = 33
Masonry = 33
Chongqing = 33
And also 60…
9/18/2022 = 9 + 1+8 + (20) + (22) = 60
Monkeypox = 60
Chongqing, China = 60
Jesuit = 60
And China’s chief epidemiologist Wu Zunyou got to report on his first ‘monkeypox case.’
Wu Zunyou = 166
Monkeypox Case = 166
And where was this ‘monkeypox case?’ yes, in Mainland China, Chongqing.
Monkeypox Case = 58
Mainland China = 58
Chongqing = 58
Freemasonry = 58
The Freemasons = 58
As we clearly can see, this was all done by the numbers. China needs to keep up appearances just like the rest of the world in this silly theatre of non-existing infectious diseases.
They also managed to throw some xenophobia and racism into the mix, as Wu Zunyou said in his statement that Chinese should keep their distance to foreigners and avoid contact. Which is something that mockingly goes back to China taking one for the team as the origin of the staged and fake Covid-19 outbreak, when all the sheeple kept their distance to the Chinese.