The German Health Minister Karl Lauterbach (SPD) is hosting the meeting of the health ministers of the G7 countries for two days. The “Leopard Pox” scenario is intended to simulate the outbreak of a pandemic at the conference. The Bild newspaper came into possession of the “documents for the exercise of the ministers”... The text says:
“On Thursday, the seven ministers will meet with Health Minister Karl Lauterbach (59, SPD) in Berlin and play through the course of a smallpox pandemic in 2023.”
Karl Lauterbach formulated in a press conference on May 18:
“My colleagues and I are promoting that we conclude a pandemic pact, this pandemic pact should be able to identify future outbreaks more quickly and react to them more effectively.”
The results of this upcoming “pandemic pact” require a separate and thorough analytical work-up. So-called business games have already been carried out regularly over the past few years by interested groups from the world of politics, science, money and philanthropy. However, rather unnoticed by the public. Due to the corona crisis and the constantly growing need of many people to understand the connections, the reasons and motivations of the politically prescribed catalog of measures, they became the focus of attention. So investigative journalists could proven pandemic simulation games of the above groups. These had names like:
Dark Winter (2001), Global Mercury (2003), Atlantic Storm (2005), Clade X (2018), the pivotal Event 201 (October 2019), based on the events of the previous two years and SPARS Pandemic 2025-2028 (May 2020)
The name of the current simulation game in Berlin is “Scenario ‘Leopard Pox'”. The script reads: “The organization announces a ‘Public Health Emergency of International Concern'”. “The Organization” can only mean the World Health Organization (WHO).
The scenario begins with the event “a leopard bites a human, transmits a dangerous smallpox virus to him”. Unfortunately, since the picture article does not reveal where the encounter between animal and human took place (in the zoo, on a safari hunt, by a Bundeswehr mascot, a Animal Armor Unit?), research shows that most leopards today live in sub-Saharan Africa. According to estimates, only about 14,000 of these assumed smallpox carriers still live in India.
The “infection caused by the bite then spreads extremely quickly and from person to person worldwide. In three short videos, the ministers are given a description of possible developments in the pandemic. Then they each have around 25 minutes to discuss,” according to further details from the Scenario Paper. At the one mentioned event 201 it sounded like this in 2019:
“The disease starts on Brazilian pig farms, quietly and slowly at first, but then spreads faster and faster in healthcare facilities. If it spreads efficiently from person to person in the low-income, densely populated neighborhoods of some South American megacities, the epidemic will explode. It will initially exported by air to Portugal, the United States and China, and then to many other countries.”
The cited paper then goes on to say:
“The World Health Organization (WHO) names the new disease in the scenario ‘Leopard Pox’. The organization announces a ‘Public Health Emergency of International Concern'”.
Leopard pox is not real. They’re a fiction, they don’t exist. On the other hand, the monkeypox that has just surfaced in the media certainly does. How did the scriptwriters of the scenario come up with the idea of naming it?...
The image article spoils the end of the “leopard pox” scenario. It is not really innovative or surprising in the solution model, but it reflects the attitude of the authors of the G7 paper:
“Twelve weeks after the virus was discovered, there is hope in the scenario: A vaccine is being developed. But: The “leopard pox” apparently causes long-term damage, and many people continue to die from the virus.”
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