This article is now UNLOCKED as it was previously for SUBSCRIBERS ONLY so they could get a heads-up before the general public. Since this news is now being reported by Newspapers in Yemen and in the Arab world, I unlocked this story.
An “outbreak” of Smallpox is now CONFIRMED to be taking place in the Middle East, within the country of Yemen. It began in November 2021, just a little over two months ago and a lid was clamped down so tight on it that I only started getting info about it now.
It took awhile for blood from the first victim, to be safely transported to a qualified lab, tested, then re-tested, and kept oh-so-very-quiet by Yemen (and Saudi Arabian) authorities when the results came back positive. Nobody wanted this information to get out. Now, there are MORE confirmed cases. Quite a bit more. It can’t be kept secret anymore.
Covert Intelligence sources from outside the USA, with whom I worked during my years with the FBI Joint Terrorism Task Force, have sent me images of several confirmed cases. Those images appear below.
My regular radio listeners and website readers already know that for fifteen years, I worked with the FBI; my final five years (2003-2008) with the Joint Terrorism Task Force.
In that capacity, I had occasion to meet and work with the Intelligence people of other countries; mostly within law enforcement of those other countries. Sometimes, those folks worked with that country’s military intel, and on rare occasion, those folks worked with their country’s version of our CIA. Through these relationships, I have access to information and sources that regular media outlets do not. Some of what I am told, I can report. Much, I cannot because it could reveal sources and methods, it could put people’s lives in danger, or it could harm MY country’s national security abilities. I will NOT do that.
This – I HAVE to report.
The country of Yemen has been a warzone for several years. Several Muslim groups in Yemen have been battling the government there, a government which is supported by Saudi Arabia. The country is a shambles. Starvation is rampant. Sanitary conditions are horrifying. Health care is almost non-existent.
The Yemeni Civil War is an ongoing multilateral civil war that began in late 2014 mainly between the Abdrabbuh Mansur Hadi-led Yemeni government and the Houthi armed movement, along with their supporters and allies. Both claim to constitute the official government of Yemen.
The civil war began in September 2014 when Houthi forces took over the capital city Sanaa, which was followed by a rapid Houthi takeover of the government. On 21 March 2015, the Houthi-led Supreme Revolutionary Committee declared a general mobilization to overthrow Hadi and expand their control by driving into southern provinces. The Houthi offensive, allied with military forces loyal to Saleh, began fighting the next day in Lahij Governorate. By 25 March, Lahij fell to the Houthis and they reached the outskirts of Aden, the seat of power for Hadi’s government. Hadi fled the country the same day.[
Concurrently, a coalition led by Saudi Arabia launched military operations by using air strikes to restore the former Yemeni government. Although there was no direct intervention by Iran, who support the Houthis, the conflict has been widely seen as an extension of the Iran–Saudi Arabia proxy conflict and as a means to combat Iranian influence in the region.
Houthi forces currently control the capital Sanaa and all of North Yemen except Marib Governorate. They have clashed with Saudi-backed pro-government forces loyal to Hadi. Since the formation of the Southern Transitional Council in 2017 and the subsequent capture of Aden by the STC in 2018, the anti-Houthi coalition has been fractured, with regular clashes between pro-Hadi forces backed by Saudi Arabia and southern separatists backed by the United Arab Emirates. Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) and the Islamic State have also carried out attacks against both factions, with AQAP controlling swathes of territory in the hinterlands, and along stretches of the coast.
According to ACLED, over 100,000 people have been killed in Yemen, including more than 12,000 civilians, as well as estimates of more than 85,000 dead as a result of an ongoing famine due to the war. In 2018, the United Nations warned that 13 million Yemeni civilians face starvation in what it says could become “the worst famine in the world in 100 years.” The crisis has only begun to gain as much international media attention as the Syrian Civil War in 2018.
The international community has sharply condemned the Saudi Arabian-led bombing campaign, which has included widespread bombing of civilian areas inside the Houthi-controlled western part of Yemen. According to the Yemen Data Project, the bombing campaign has killed or injured an estimated 17,729 civilians as of March 2019.
The United States provided intelligence and logistical support for the Saudi-led campaign. In March 2019, the United States Congress voted to end US support to the Saudi war effort, however, US President Donald Trump vetoed it. His successor, President Joe Biden, announced a freeze on arms sales to Saudi Arabia and the UAE in January 2021, and announced that he would end American support for the Saudi coalition.
As of 13 April 2021, arms sales to the UAE have not been stopped, while sales to Saudi Arabia continued to be paused. However, the details of the end of American involvement in the war have yet to be released. In June, the Biden Administration did not provide any answer to congressional queries regarding the level of continuing American involvement in Yemen.
At least THREE (3) lab-confirmed cases of actual Smallpox infection have now been CONFIRMED in humans, in the wild, in Yemen. Images of at least THREE infected persons in Yemen, appear below.:
A Teenage male:
IMPORTANT NOTE: See the feet of all the younger children behind the teenager’s head? They are ALL believed to be infected as well.
An Adult male:
NONE of these individuals lived or worked together. NONE of them were even living or working in the same village. Yet ALL of them have contracted this disease. And THAT is the massive problem. Technically – this cannot happen. At least not naturally.
Smallpox was an infectious disease caused by one of two virus variants, Variola major and Variola minor. The agent of variola virus (VARV) belongs to the genus Orthopoxvirus.
The last naturally occurring case was diagnosed in October 1977, and the World Health Organization (WHO) certified the global eradication of the disease in 1980.
This disease is so infectious, and so deadly to humans, that there are only two places on planet earth where any of the live virus is stored: In the United States at the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) in Atlanta, and in Russia, at their military institute of virology.
The typical death rate after contracting the disease was about 30%, with higher rates among babies. Often those who survived had extensive scarring of their skin, and some were left blind.
The last (Ever) case of smallpox in the world occurred in an outbreak in the United Kingdom in 1978. A medical photographer, Janet Parker, contracted the disease at the University of Birmingham Medical School and died on 11 September 1978. Although it has remained unclear how Parker became infected, the source of the infection was established to be the smallpox virus grown for research purposes at the Medical School laboratory.
All known stocks of smallpox worldwide were subsequently destroyed or transferred to two WHO-designated reference laboratories with BSL-4 facilities – the United States’ Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Soviet Union’s (now Russia’s) State Research Center of Virology and Biotechnology VECTOR.
The fact that none of these victims lived (or worked) together, and they came from separate villages, raises the question as to HOW they could have been infected by a disease which was CERTIFIED as ERADICATED in 1980, and which only exists at the CDC and a Military lab in Russia?
It __appears__ this outbreak was caused by an INTENTIONAL RELEASE.
The __only__ person that we know of who has been repeatedly warning the world about a coming Smallpox outbreak, is Bill Gates. A man who is now heavily invested in . . . vaccines. Here Here Here Here Here
Gee, we wonder how he knew?
This is worse news than a nuclear war. Literally.
A nuclear war would be sudden, massive, and done. A smallpox outbreak in the modern world, will go on, and on, and on.
The death toll of COVID will be miniscule compared to what Smallpox can do. Here is the Case Fatality Reporting from actual cases of years past:
|Type of disease||Ordinary Confluent||Ordinary Semiconfluent||Ordinary Discrete||Modified||Flat||Early Hemorrhagic||Late Hemorrhagic|
The economic impact on the world . . . there won’t be any economy left anywhere after a full scale, global, Smallpox outbreak. Gee, just what some very rich people have been talking about recently: “A Great Reset” wherein, they say “You will own nothing, and be happy.”
A smallpox outbreak is the perfect vehicle to completely destroy the economies of the planet to usher in a “Great Reset.” Done deliberately? By intentional biological release (attack)? To usher in some ego-maniacal, sociopathic, rich person’s scheme of Great Reset?
Maybe the people who have been pushing this Great Reset, shouldn’t be allowed live to see it? Just wondering is all.
In the meantime, citizens are URGED to call Congressmen and Senators and DEMAND they tell the Biden Administration that all travel between Yemen and the United States be halted IMMEDIATELY. Moreover, NO person who has been in Yemen within the past month, should be allowed to even get on an aircraft anywhere on the planet, never mind come here to the United States.
We may also have to forbid travel to/from Saudi Arabia over this.
BASIC SAFETY INFO
The following is from the New York State Department of Health:
What is smallpox?
Smallpox is an acute, contagious and sometimes fatal disease caused by the variola virus and marked by fever and a distinctive progressive skin rash.
Who gets smallpox?
The last naturally occurring case of smallpox occurred in Somalia in 1977 and the World Health Organization has considered the disease eradicated since 1979. The last occurrence of the disease in the United States was in 1949. However, given the threat of bioterrorism since September 11, 2001, it is considered a disease that could be intentionally released during a bioterrorist attack.
How is smallpox spread?
Smallpox spreads from contact with infected persons. Generally, direct and fairly prolonged face-to-face contact is required to spread smallpox from one person to another. Smallpox also can be spread through direct contact with infected bodily fluids or contaminated objects such as bedding or clothing.
What are the symptoms of smallpox?
The symptoms of smallpox begin with high fever, head and body aches and sometimes vomiting. A rash follows that spreads and progresses to raised bumps and pus-filled blisters that crust, scab and fall off after about three weeks, leaving a pitted scar.
How soon after infection do symptoms appear?
After exposure, it takes between 7 and 17 days for symptoms of smallpox to appear (average incubation time is 12 to 14 days). During this time, the infected person feels fine and is not contagious.
How is smallpox diagnosed?
Smallpox can be diagnosed based on the patient’s clinical signs and symptoms. The disease can be definitively diagnosed by isolation of the virus from the blood or lesions, or by identification of antibodies in the blood made in response to the virus. The diagnosis of smallpox is made in specialized laboratories with appropriate testing techniques and measures to protect the laboratory workers.
What is the treatment for smallpox?
Vaccine administered up to four days after exposure to the virus, and before the rash appears, provides protective immunity and can prevent infection or lessen the severity of the disease. No effective treatment, other than the management of symptoms, is currently available. A number of compounds are under investigation as chemotherapeutic agents.
What can be done to prevent the spread of smallpox?
If the virus were to present itself again it could be prevented by vaccination of close contacts of those who have been infected.
How does Smallpox Spread?
Before smallpox was eradicated, it was mainly spread by direct and fairly prolonged face-to-face contact between people. Smallpox patients became contagious once the first sores appeared in their mouth and throat (early rash stage). They spread the virus when they coughed or sneezed and droplets from their nose or mouth spread to other people. They remained contagious until their last smallpox scab fell off.
These scabs and the fluid found in the patient’s sores also contained the variola virus. The virus can spread through these materials or through the objects contaminated by them, such as bedding or clothing. People who cared for smallpox patients and washed their bedding or clothing had to wear gloves and take care to not get infected.
Rarely, smallpox has spread through the air in enclosed settings, such as a building (airborne route).
Smallpox can be spread by humans only. Scientists have no evidence that smallpox can be spread by insects or animals.