Has the next pandemic narrative already been decided?


When we recently heard that scientists and the media had started a fresh wave of scaremongering with monkeypox at first we were a little surprised: We had expected yet another flu scare except one spread by a different animal with some supposed pathogen that would once again trigger unspecific respiratory symptoms. This would have simply meant a change in the name of the narrative – everything else would have remained the same.  Is there now really an alleged spreading pathogen that is causing specific, easily recognisable symptoms?


You might well think so with a term like ‘pox’, but that is not at all the case. Even with one glance at the official definition of the disease it becomes clear that monkeypox does not change the narrative much, on the contrary. Monkeypox is actually quite suitable to take over from Corona. And should this indeed represent the next pandemic narrative, we can already say: No, the next alleged ‘pandemic’ will be no more serious than the previous alleged pandemic.


Last year’s junk, only repackaged

First of all, let’s take a look at exactly how ‘monkeypox’ is defined. According to the

Robert Koch Institute, ‘monkeypox’ is said to be a viral disease (genus orthopoxvirus), which, contrary to the name, is said to be mainly transmitted from rodents to humans. Transmission from person to person, on the other hand, is rather rare and only possible with close contact. In addition, the disease is said to be restricted to some parts of Africa, which is why ‘monkeypox’ is referred to as an endemic disease, i.e. a disease that is said to occur regularly only in a certain area or only among a certain population.


From time to time a few individual cases have been diagnosed as monkeypox outside Africa. Now, in May 2022 the WHO is declaring that a number of cases of ‘monkeypox’ are confirmed in several countries including Great Britain (8 cases), Portugal (5 cases) and the USA (1 case), as well as suspected cases in other countries. The origins of infection are already being investigated, contact persons of infected persons are being observed, and so on.

The first confirmed case in Germany was reported on 20 May.


Clinically, monkeypox is said to manifest with the following symptoms:

  • fever
  • chills
  • headache, muscle and joint pain
  • wollen lymph nodes
  • in rare cases, an unproductive cough
  • skin changes (skin eruptions) of various kinds


Overall, the disease is said to be not quite as dangerous as ‘classical smallpox’, but that there are risk groups. The disease is said to be potentially fatal for the very young or ‘immunocompromised’ people.

Fortunately, there is said to already be a supposedly very effective antiviral drug against ‘monkeypox’ approved in Europe and the USA since January 2022. At the moment, however, it is not yet available on a large scale.

The disease is supposedly transmitted primarily through bodily fluids (contact, smear and droplet infections), which in humans primarily means transmission in the area of health care and, of course, during sex. It is said that even before a person has symptoms, it is possible to transmit the alleged virus through ‘excreted respiratory secretions during face-to-face contact’ (source: RKI).


The RKI is concerned that large parts of the world’s population no longer have any significant residual immune protection (so-called herd immunity) from earlier smallpox vaccination programmes. This is thought to be shown by an increase in the number of ‘monkeypox’ infections in humans in recent years. Therefore, it is proposed that the classical smallpox vaccinations be resumed, as it is thought that these might also be effective against ‘monkeypox.’ Apparently they already have a great vaccine for this, which is supposed to contain a modified vaccinia virus Ankara (attenuated cowpox virus).


The general recommendation of the RKI when dealing with monkeypox is: People returning from Africa as well as their contacts should be observed in case they have suspicious symptoms. However, since it is likely that there are increased numbers of cases of infected persons without a travel history, i.e. people for whom it is unclear whether they traveled from endemic areas in Africa, people should be considered as potentially infected persons if their symptoms (especially the skin changes) indicate an infection with ‘monkeypox’.


In order to prevent a spread, doctors and laboratories should immediately report possible cases of infection according to the Infection Protection Act. These would then be systematically recorded by the RKI. Specialised laboratories such as those of the RKI also offer molecular diagnostics so that infections with monkeypox can be examined in more detail straight away. So far, the risk of infection in Germany is considered to be very low.


The diagnosis of ‘monkeypox’ is currently made by PCR (who would have thought it) or a ‘virus detection’ in the laboratory. However, doctors should always carry out differential diagnostic considerations. This means that they should also consider that all the symptoms attributed to ‘monkeypox’ could well be a whole range of other diseases.

The monkeypox virus (Orthopoxvirus simiae) is said to be an enveloped DNA virus, and infection is supposed to leave lasting immunity.

So much for the official orthodox medical definition of ‘monkeypox’ and the current worldwide situation, according to information from the RKI and the WHO [as of 20.05.22].

Now let’s compare the whole thing with the Corona narrative and see if and how much the two narratives resemble each other.


Type of disease

Both Covid and monkeypox are said to be viral diseases and to be primarily zoonotic, i.e. diseases transmitted from animals to humans or vice versa. With Covid it was said to be the bat, with monkeypox it is now rodents.

-> Most people probably don’t remember that in the case of Covid, at the beginning of 2020, it was still said that transmission from human to human was not possible or very unlikely, which is why there was initially no concern about a spread in China. But as soon as PCR tests were introduced, a very slight human-to-human transmission was suddenly said to be detected.

In the case of monkeypox, human-to-human transmission is already said to be possible but rare. Let’s see how long it will take this time until the ‘rare’ becomes ‘very easy and fast’. PCR test methods for monkeypox already exist in principle.


Clinical picture

How about the symptoms of monkeypox? How many of them are also in the list of symptoms attributed to COVID-19?

Short answer, all of them. This is not surprising, since the absurd disease definition of COVID-19 is now so extensive that one can probably find few symptoms that cannot also be attributed to COVID-19 in one way or another.


Are skin lesions also included in COVID-19?

Yes, these are included too. In studies (of course) from various countries, a whole series of skin changes in alleged COVID patients were examined as early as 2020. These skin changes were subsequently listed as official symptoms of COVID-19, although they are usually only listed as completely non-specific ‘skin changes (exanthema)’. Thus, a huge range of symptoms were summarily listed as symptoms of COVID-19.


Some have even gone so far as to claim that in some cases COVID-19 would manifest itself exclusively through skin symptoms. Itchy wheals, oozing blisters, spots, swelling, open sores, pustules, etc.. According to studies all of these are also included in COVID-19.


-> Anyone who knows how the definition of COVID-19 came about also knows that such studies are worthless. Anyone who tested positive with a positive corona test had their symptoms documented and thus all their individual symptoms ended up in the official clinical picture. It didn’t matter what the symptoms were. Accordingly, the COVID 19 symptom catalogue grew steadily until in the end COVID could be everything and nothing at all and thus became the most ridiculous disease definition in the history of orthodox medicine.


In monkeypox, too, the skin changes vary. So-called monkeypox starts with fever, chills, and when the first skin symptoms appear (often on the face) after a few days, ‘pockmarked exanthema’ is said to form, which again can be, and by definition is, all sorts of things – spots, fluid-filled vesicles, pus-filled vesicles and so on.

Small apparent differences in symptoms, usually defined in minute details (often used as an argument to claim that the unspecific symptom complexes of certain disease definitions can certainly be distinguished from each other and are not comparable at all) are medically and scientifically untenable, in a word, fraud. In our article on the disease definition of COVID-19, we have already shown the tortured way in which attempts have been made since 2020 to present COVID-19 as an independent disease that can be clearly distinguished from the common cold or influenza.


After the first skin lesions have appeared, they gradually develop on other parts of the body as well. On the limbs, in the genital area, on the abdomen, etc. All this is also included in the international definition of COVID-19.

-> And that’s not the only place where it appears. Nowadays, such skin changes are often diagnosed as scabies, even if there is no evidence for the presence of mites. In the first year and a half of the Corona crisis, there were said to have been quite a number of cases of scabies in Germany, which in many cases is probably due to the fact that the people in question simply did not test positive for covid and an alternative diagnosis had to be given.

Symptoms without a positive PCR test = scabies (or neurodermatitis); identical symptoms with a positive PCR test = COVID.


In this way, widespread vaccination successes and even the eradication of diseases can be claimed. The definition of a disease is blurred in such a way that the symptoms are completely unspecific and can thus be assigned to other diseases. If the symptoms remain the same, they simply diagnose something else: “Since he has already been vaccinated against it the patient can no longer have this disease, so it must be something else.”The entire symptomatology of monkeypox is therefore also contained in Covid. On the basis of the symptoms a great many of the alleged Covid cases (those without severe pneumonia) can therefore easily be re-diagnosed as monkeypox cases.


The clinical picture of monkeypox is not as comprehensive as that of Covid, but that can easily change with the help of studies. These might show that monkeypox does not necessarily cause skin lesions, but can also trigger various respiratory problems.


Alleged modes of transmission

In the case of Covid, the alleged smear infection was eventually dismissed as improbable, however this did not stop some people from maltreating their hands with aggressive disinfectant and wearing latex gloves. Monkeypox, on the other hand, is said to be spread primarily by contact and smear infection, but droplet infection is also said to be possible. This means: everyone would have to wear a mask again, disinfection would also become compulsory again and gloves possibly too.


One can already imagine the headlines of the widely respected media outlets:

“Experts recommend wearing full-body condoms during sexual intercourse”
“Virologist XY proposes banning all physical contact for the next 5 years”
“Childbearing fuels pandemic, says family minister”


So there wouldn’t be too much difference between the Corona and monkeypox narratives in terms of transmission and related measures. Of course, the definitions can change at any time.


Dangerousness of the disease

Monkeypox is said to be not as dangerous as ‘classic smallpox’ and the risk of transmission is also rather low. However, there are said to be a few risk groups that should be protected, especially children. Overall, the infections are said to be mild.

If you change the name of the disease to Covid and insert ‘old people’ instead of ‘children’ as the alleged risk group, you basically have the initial Corona narrative all over again. And as we remember from the early days of Covid, such statements mean absolutely nothing. Even Christian Drosten and the German Health Minister at the time, Jens Spahn, quickly changed their initial opinions on Covid from ‘it’s more harmless than flu, no need to panic’ to ‘the epidemic of the century is here, prepare to die’. It happens faster than you think. Therefore, it would be more than foolish to trust in any (current) assessments, forecasts and opinions of ‘experts’ and politicians on the subject of monkeypox.


Medical treatment

What about the treatment of monkeypox? Are there parallels to Covid? There is said to already be an antiviral treatment for monkeypox, which, as luck would have it, was approved in Europe and the US earlier this year. How fortunate we are. Then, unlike with Corona virus, we are not completely defenceless if the monkeypox virus should spread in Germany. Although the drug cannot be mass-produced at the moment, we assume that our health minister will order huge quantities of it for the whole of Germany as a precautionary measure.

-> Basically, all drugs prescribed by conventional medicine against infectious diseases are poisonous. Not so toxic that you would die from them, but they are definitely anything but good for the body. Officially, drugs are supposed to be fighting the evil pathogens by killing them or preventing them from multiplying. However, the actual effect of the drugs is merely to reduce or even suppress the symptoms, which is why a temporary improvement can occur after taking them, but this fades as soon as the drug has been broken down and excreted by the body.


This effect can be useful in severe cases: when someone has very bad symptoms, the administration of antibiotics can temporarily help reduce them. However, such remedies should only be taken for a short time and only in emergencies, as they can cause damage if taken for a longer period of time.

Antivirals of any kind, on the other hand, are simply toxic and have no benefit from the point of view of new biological and medical knowledge (new medicine).


However, the official recommendation against monkeypox is of course (how could it be otherwise?) vaccination. And fortunately for all of us, the classic smallpox vaccines are also supposed to be effective against monkeypox. So maybe we don’t have to wait another year for vaccines to be developed. Just order a few hundred million doses of the vaccine, boost smallpox vaccination throughout the country, and the matter could be settled.

So the difference with Covid might be that this time it would be settled with just one vaccination. But let’s not bet on that. In any case, the (monkey) smallpox vaccine will be toxic!


Diagnostics and case definition

How similar are Covid and monkeypox in this respect? How a ‘confirmed case’ is officially defined and diagnosed can change over time, so this point is only a temporary definition.

Monkeypox virus is, of course, primarily diagnosed by PCR. But alleged ‘virus detection’ is also a possibility, which means nothing more than killing a cell culture in the lab and then claiming without controls experiments that the killing was caused by a virus. The same game is being played as with Covid and all other so-called viral diseases. In the case of Covid, the RKI also permitted a mere assumption as confirmation of a case at medical institutions. Thus, in mid-2020, the RKI’s case definition still stated: Epidemiological confirmation in the case of “occurrence of two or more pneumonias (specific clinical picture) in a medical facility, a nursing home or a home for the elderly, in which an epidemic connection is probable or suspected, even without evidence of the pathogen”. This point was then deleted from the case definition at the end of 2020.


In the case of monkeypox, laboratory diagnostics, which are just as meaningless but purport to give the appearance of scientific respectability, still seem to be recommended as the sole confirmation at present. Let’s see if it stays that way.

Moreover, and it is somewhat of an improvement on what happened with covid, doctors are now expected to consider that the symptoms could possibly also indicate another disease. We are amazed that the list of possible other diseases does not include COVID-19 (irony). However, if monkeypox PCR tests come onto the market on a large scale, symptoms will certainly no longer play a role.


Definition of the virus

And last but not least, the coronavirus is said to be a single-stranded RNA virus for which it is not clear whether an infection subsequently confers at least temporary ‘immunity’, whereas the monkeypox virus is said to be a double-stranded DNA virus that confers lifelong immunity after overcoming an infection. But as we have seen with Covid, politicians, health authorities and vaccine manufacturers are able to tweak the duration of immunity as required.

What the alleged scientific proof for the monkeypox virus is supposed to look like, we have not checked at this point but we have an idea of what to expect when we look at the corresponding publications. Better said, we are sure that just as with SARS-CoV-2, there will be no scientific evidence that could even remotely stand up to scrutiny.

With monkeypox, they could sell us about 80% of the Corona narrative again under a new name at the drop of a hat. And if you look at how the Corona narrative has changed over time, we can assume that with the help of the media and a lot of ‘experts’, monkeypox could still be turned into a danger for the whole world.


And what will become of Covid?

There are several possibilities to get rid of the old narrative, one of them is to combine it with the new. If one wants to make Covid disappear, one could do the following:

  1. one claims that the virus has finally mutated into a harmless variant (as was the case with swine flu) and disappeared on its own – even though the current German health minister and expert on everything strictly rejects such a possibility.
  2. one claims that the current Corona variant is quite harmless, but that the virus is far from gone, so that the old narrative can be reheated at the end of 2022 or even in a year or two -> at the moment it looks as if they will try it that way.
  3. a new super-vaccine is brought onto the market that is going to be really effective this time. Then even a low vaccination rate would do the trick and the virus could finally be successfully beaten. This possibility is conceivable, but it is questionable whether it would be possible to vaccinate en masse again. Perhaps they will just release an antiviral super drug onto the market that fights COVID-19 highly successfully and makes vaccinations superfluous.
  4. Corona is simply silenced from one day to the next and the focus shifts exclusively to the new narrative.

However, one could also combine the old narrative with the new one, as was attempted with the flu at the beginning of 2022 (‘flurona’). In other words, one would try to maintain both narratives in parallel. In doing so, one could either continue both alleged diseases separately – if it looks too much like respiratory problems, it is covid, if it affects the skin too much, it is monkeypox – or one tries again with a ‘twindemic’, which could then lead to funny neologisms such as ‘monkeypoxona’ or ‘covipox’.


Boosting the new narrative?

Theoretically, there would be one aspect that could give a huge boost to the potential new narrative of monkeypox and lead to many people being convinced of its reality and dangerousness.

One of the many possible health after-effects of the corona hysteria would be an increased incidence of various skin disorders in the population. In the midst of the Corona crisis, an increased occurrence of troublesome skin complaints among many other ‘unusual’ complaints became apparent (also within our team). According to the New Medicine, the cause of these skin changes lies primarily in the (intentional or unintentional) severance of contact with other people, primarily caused by the lockdown and the nonsensical rules, and thus they have psychosomatic origins.

The symptoms do not occur during the mental stress (for example, ‘I can’t see Grandma any more…’), but afterwards, when one is mentally and physically relaxed once more (‘I can finally see Grandma again!’). Incidentally, this is also the reason for the typical holiday ‘cold’. Once you are finally away from the unfair boss, the annoying work colleagues or the project that bores and stresses you so much, and now find yourself lying on the beach in the sun for a full two weeks, your body and mind goes into relaxation. The stress falls away and the body begins to return the functions that were previously throttled back or running at full throttle. This causes the typical symptoms of illness, which is why you are often sick in bed for the first few days of your holiday. Once you return from holiday and are back at work, you feel the strain again and the body (unnoticed by you) once more changes certain functions and goes to back to stress mode, which starts the whole thing all over again.

A significant and more frequent occurrence of skin complaints after the corona hysteria would still be theoretically possible, but in practice it is now rather unlikely. Many people were barely interested in the required distancing since the summer of 2021, or they had already become so accustomed to the distance to other people that it no longer represented a psychological burden for them. Furthermore, it became apparent that a very large part of the population did not get vaccinated out of conviction or fear of Corona, but rather out of convenience, conformity, laziness, fear of reprisals or even, in all seriousness, for a free ice cream or sausage! Therefore, there may not be more cases of skin lesions than those that already occurred during covid.

However, it is not possible to look inside people’s heads and therefore also not possible to say how many may still have psychological stresses active as a result of the corona hysteria. Psychological stress that, once resolved, would lead to visible and sometimes severe physical reactions that could then be presented as monkeypox. A renewed, mass generation of psychological stress with the help of a new narrative and renewed scaremongering would also be conceivable in principle, but it remains to be seen whether the broad masses would really participate consistently in this again so soon after Covid.

However, all of this is just speculation and theoretical considerations. If there is indeed an increased occurrence of skin complaints in the next 12 months, we will write a separate article and explain in detail how these phenomena come about. In any case, they have nothing to do with viruses, that much we can already say.


The suspicious ‘leopard pox’ simulation exercise

Another indication that strengthens the suspicion that ‘monkeypox’ could become the next pandemic narrative is a simulation game conducted on the 19th May by the G7 health ministers in Berlin. Germany, France, Italy, Great Britain, the USA, Canada and Japan played out a hypothetical epidemic situation with fictitious ‘leopard pox’. The basic idea is to be much better prepared for the next alleged pandemic and thus to be able to react more quickly than with Corona. And the danger of a new pandemic is of course very great according to the ‘experts’.

The simulation started with a leopard biting a human in 2023 and transmitting a dangerous pox virus that then spreads rapidly. The mortality rate is of course astronomically high, and the hospitals are hopelessly overwhelmed. Young people in particular are particularly infected with the virus and a large number of them die. The WHO again declares an international state of emergency, and after 12 weeks there is finally hope in the form of a new vaccine that is being developed. So far, so familiar.


Is this simulation realistic?

No, of course it isn’t. The simulation game for Corona was not realistic either. And just as with Covid, a pandemic narrative with a pox can only be based on the faith and trust of the masses in the ‘authorities’ and not on tangible, verifiable facts.


Isn’t this simulation highly suspicious?

Not necessarily. The fact that there was already a pandemic simulation with a fictitious corona virus outbreak a few months before the Covid hysteria is surely known to everyone by now, which is why many people are naturally highly suspicious now that history seems to be repeating itself. This is totally understandable.

BUT the Corona simulation alone is in no way proof that the Corona crisis was a planned staging. It is perhaps an indication, but not proof. In any case, the beginnings of the Corona crisis in China could have been a logical consequence of this simulation.

As we can see in our comparison above between the definitions of covid and monkeypox, the non-specific symptom complexes of different disease definitions can be easily interchanged. And the only thing that can still be seriously passed off as a pandemic at all are precisely such non-specific symptom complexes (syndromes), which are found in countless orthodox medical definitions of disease and which are interchangeable with each other. Respiratory complaints, skin changes and gastrointestinal complaints are capable of providing a ‘pandemic’, if you will. A broad spectrum of quite common complaints which occur regularly in every society (in some cases can also lead to death) and which can be attributed at will to this or that ‘pathogen’.

If they had conducted a pandemic simulation exercise with a novel chicken coronavirus they would have likely soon ‘found’ this in chickens and it would have been the poor chickens at the Wuhan market that would have been blamed for any respiratory tract symptoms occurring at that time, simply because virologists would be predisposed to look for chicken coronaviruses.

Any novel virus can be hyped up with the help of studies into an all-encompassing super virus that can allegedly trigger symptoms in any part of the body. With the unscientific tricks of virology, every conceivable virus model can be theoretically inserted into the normally occurring proteins of humans and animals in order to ultimately confirm some initial suspicion. Do you suspect a coronavirus? Then that’s what the virologists will ‘find’. SARS, corona, smallpox, hantavirus, Ebola or an animal flu. Take your pick and that’s what will be found for you.

Does that mean it is done with nefarious intentions? It doesn’t have to be. The virologists are only doing what they have been trained to do and in such cases they themselves are most likely to be just as convinced as anyone else of the suspicion that a new virus must be going around. In addition, they are under pressure and may even be afraid of infection themselves, which quickly gives them tunnel vision and blinds them to errors and contradictions.

It is therefore not necessarily suspicious that a simulation was made with Corona and then ‘by chance’ we then get a Covid pandemic. ‘That can’t be a coincidence!’ No, it isn’t, but there doesn’t automatically have to be an evil plan behind it either. There may be other aspects that perhaps substantiate the suspicion of a staged crisis, but the 2019 simulation is not necessarily one of them. It could have just been a self-fulfilling prophecy. The governments of the world play out a horror scenario with a coronavirus, animal flu or the hantavirus, and suddenly everyone sees corona, animal flu or, indeed, the hantavirus everywhere. Subsequently, the situation and the fear of the citizens are then shamelessly exploited by various entities (who may have only been waiting for such an opportunity) for political, economic and ideological purposes. It COULD perhaps have been like that.

The ‘leopard pox’ simulation exercise is officially said to have been initiated out of concern about the reported cases of monkeypox and their possible spread. So this justification is quite possible and in principle may very well be true. The alleged pox is worrying the health ministers and authorities, so they are preparing for a pox outbreak. It can easily happen that from now on, all cases of disease that are reported and observed are automatically interpreted by those responsible purely within the framework of the monkeypox thesis, which could easily happen due to the vague definition of the disease and the unsuitable PCR test procedures. This can result in a nasty vicious circle, as we have all already experienced with Corona.

The simulation can therefore certainly lead to monkeypox becoming the next narrative, but that is then rather proof of the incompetence, ignorance and blindness of politics and science.



Is monkeypox really becoming the new pandemic narrative? We don’t know, but we will probably all find out soon. Some things certainly seem to be pointing in that direction.

The parallels that already exist between monkeypox and Covid are manifold, and the only question is whether the populations of the countries will really allow themselves to be told the same story again under a different name, and in that process fall into the same panic again. We hope not! However, if one looks at what can easily be sold to many people after all the contradictions, obvious lies, sloppiness, the science fraud, the outrageous false statements, ridiculous prognoses and the completely nonsensical scaremongering (not only with ‘health’, but also topically with ‘peace’), we must accept that it could work a second time around.

On the other hand, new epidemic panics have already been tried several times in the past year and a half (unnoticed by most people). Besides the hantavirus or another novel animal flu, there was even talk of a new outbreak of the ‘Black Plague” for a short time. In each of these cases it was either said that there were occurrences of the illness in several countries or, that the illness had appeared in animals but it would ‘…be only a question of time before…’ and so on and so on. So maybe monkeypox will disappear again after some time, who knows.

But then again, perhaps in countries like Germany soon no one will be interested in any alleged viruses because of economic collapse, blackouts, food shortages and other very real problems.

One thing is certain: no matter when the new pandemic narrative comes and what it will ultimately look like and be called, it will be exactly the same in terms of content and also on a scientific level as Covid, swine flu, bird flu and so many other alleged epidemics that are said to have already taken place. In any case, the ‘next pandemic,’ which self-proclaimed ‘experts’ say will be much worse than Covid, will never come. It will not come because biology does not and will never work that way.

No matter what the disease is called the narrative will be broadly the same. The measures, however, will change. If the population does not fight back, they will certainly get worse. Even more surveillance, even more censorship, even more restrictions on freedom, even more dictatorship and who knows, maybe next time any criticism of the narrative and the ‘expert opinions’ will be more widely punishable.

That is why, as we have often said, it is also so important to ask the viral evidence question. Those who always relativise the narrative instead of getting to the root of the problem will sooner or later have to get used to the ‘new normal’ of the hysterics. Those who ask the virus evidence question and force the so-called ‘experts’ to finally provide verifiable evidence for all their claims or admit that they were wrong will help bring about an urgently needed paradigm shift in medicine that will forever remove all basis for any pandemic claims, any vaccination mania and also nonsense like transhumanism.


Therefore, let us continue. No matter what, our work is not done yet! Stay critical, stay vigilant, but most of all: stay relaxed.


Your Immanuel Project team

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