Last Month They Were Running ‘Exercises’ Simulating An Aerosolized Smallpox Terror Attack! From Event 201 To This Smallpox Scare, Bill Gates Hands Are Covered In Blood


by The Last Days Watchmen, All News Pipeline:

(ANP: While the Daily Mail recently reported that according to the CDC, the vials labeled smallpox found in Philadelphia were NOT the smallpox virus, as ‘The Last Days Watchmen‘ point out in this new story, numerous recent ‘drills‘ have been run that suggest deep state preparation for ‘an event‘ while false flag terrorism often involves very specific drills and exercises being run prior to the ‘events‘ being carried out. All sources for the points made in this story are linked at the bottom.)

On October 18, 2019, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation hosted Event 201. They hosted it in partnership with the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security and the World Economic Forum. This was a “high-level pandemic exercise” that was modeled on a “fictional coronavirus pandemic.”[1]


Two months later (December 2019) Covid-19 appeared in China. Covid-19 is a coronavirus.[2] That timing is probably why Johns Hopkins later said that they didn’t predict a coronavirus pandemic, but that was the subject of the Event 201 exercise.[3]

For years, Bill Gates has said that we need to reduce the world’s population, and that vaccines can be used to help achieve that goal. (I’ve watched him say that on YouTube, but that video may have been removed by now.) In addition, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has been funding the development of vaccines. They have been working with David Rockefeller and other powerful men who have openly said that they want to significantly reduce the world’s population. You can read about this in an article titled “Bill Gates Talks About Vaccines to Reduce World Population.”[4]

On November 4, 2021 Bill Gates announced that we need to get prepared for a smallpox pandemic. He called for the development of an international Pandemic Task Force in order to prepare for “future pandemics and smallpox terror strikes.” In other words, he said that smallpox can be used as a bioweapon against us. Of course it can, but so can other diseases. Why single out smallpox like that? Why be that specific? This is troubling, because his Event 201 was also specific. It talked about a coronavirus pandemic, and that happened two months later.[5]

According to the World Health Organization, smallpox was eradicated in 1980. However, there are some locations that may still have the virus in laboratories. These include the Center for Disease Control in Atlanta, the World Health Organization, and Russia.[6]

On September 24, 2019, a smallpox vaccine was approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. It is called Jynneos. This is a “live” vaccine which is said to be “non-replicating.” It contains a live virus, but normally that virus isn’t able to reproduce in humans. In addition, that virus is closely related to the one that causes smallpox, but it’s not the same. It’s less dangerous.[7]

But what happens if the patient has a severely compromised immune system? warns that the vaccine should not be given to patients who have a weak immune system.[8]

That sounds like a weak immune system might enable the virus to reproduce. If so, then the patient would get a disease that is similar to smallpox, but less dangerous. And although it isn’t actually smallpox, because it’s a “pox” that does similar things to the body, the patient would think that it is smallpox. Therefore, the level of fear (both for the patient and for others) would be as high as it would be for smallpox.

Why am I concerned about that? Because the Covid-19 vaccine interferes with the patient’s immune system. It does this by destroying “killer T-cells.” (They are also called “CD8 cells.”) Because the immune system no longer functions properly, it can’t adequately defend the patient against other viruses, or against cancer cells. In addition, because the immune system no longer works correctly, it can wind up attacking the patient’s own body. Those autoimmune diseases can be deadly.[9]

This year, a medication for treating smallpox patients was approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. It is called brincidofovir (Tembexa) and it was approved on June 4, 2021.[10]

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