It feels like we can’t go a single week without hearing about the re-emergence, or emergence of a disease or ailment at the moment.

We’ve had a mysterious outbreak of hepatitis among children, an alleged monkeypox outbreak across every continent, a rise in “Sudden Adult Death Syndrome”, and now the U.K. Government has declared a ‘national incident’ after allegedly discovering the polio virus in England.

All of these discoveries follow an alleged Covid-19 pandemic, and all of them are “coincidentally” being found after millions of people around the world have been injected with an experimental mRNA Covid-19 vaccine.

This is precisely why we shouldn’t really be that surprised. Because all we’re witnessing is the consequences of the damage done to millions of immune systems around the world by these experimental vaccines, with official Government data suggesting that damage is so severe that the Covid-19 vaccinated are slowly developing Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome.

Let’s take a look at just a few of the recent diseases and viruses being publicised in the mainstream media.

On 22 June, the UK Heath Security Agency (UKHSA), working with the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA), announced it had found poliovirus in sewage samples collected from the London Beckton Sewage Treatment Works.

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The last case of wild polio contracted in the UK was confirmed in 1984. The UK was declared polio-free in 2003. Wastewater surveillance is being expanded to assess the extent of transmission and identify local areas for targeted action.

Since around the middle of May 2022, you will have most likely heard or seen the word Monkeypox mentioned numerous times in the mainstream media.

Allegedly, for the first time since its discovery among humans in Africa over 50 years ago, the monkeypox virus is circulating throughout several countries including the USA, UK, Canada, Brazil, Australia and most of Europe all at the same time.

But it just so happens that every single country where monkeypox is allegedly circulating is also a country that has distributed the Pfizer Covid-19 injection to its population; excluding some countries in Africa where the disease has been endemic for the past 50 or so years.

Click on the below image and take a good long look to compare which countries have reported cases of monkeypox to the W.H.O. since May 2022, and which countries have distributed the Pfizer Covid-19 injection.

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