The latest pandemic simulation game by the World Health Organization (WHO) and the health ministers of the G7 countries is based on a smallpox outbreak in 2023. A meeting featured a pandemic simulation, with the concept being that a new smallpox-like epidemic had suddenly emerged after someone was infected with the disease via a leopard bite. But, of course, this is just in time for the monkeypox outbreak. What a coincidence?!
The German Health Minister Karl Lauterbach (SPD) hosted the meeting of the health ministers of the G7 countries on May 19 to 20, 2022, in Berlin. The “Leopard Pox” scenario was intended to simulate a pandemic outbreak at the conference. The German newspaper Bild came into possession of the “documents for the exercise of the ministers.” “Young people are disproportionately affected by ‘leopard smallpox’ – they often die from it,” according to the scenario. The text states:
“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.”
The current planning 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 of “a leopard biting a human and transmitting a dangerous smallpox virus to him.” Although unfortunately, it is not revealed where the encounter between animal and human took place (in the zoo, on a safari hunt, etc.). The research shows that most leopards nowadays 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 exceptionally quickly and from person to person worldwide”. In three short videos, the ministers were then given a description of possible developments of the pandemic. Then they each have around 25 minutes to discuss what they would do.
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'”.
Pandemic Simulation Games
These are not the first pandemic simulation games. They have already been carried out regularly over the past few years by many different groups ranging from politicians, scientists, finance and philanthropists. However, until recently, they have gone relatively unnoticed by the public.
Below are some of the previously “games” that have taken place:
- DarkWinter (2001) – The Dark Winter exercise, held at Andrews AFB, Washington, DC, June 22-23, 2001, portrayed a fictional scenario depicting a covert smallpox attack on U.S. citizens.
- Global Mercury (2003) – The Department of State participated with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and the Health Ministries of seven other member nations of the Global Health Security Action Group in a tabletop Bioterrorism Exercise from September 8 – 10, 2003. The exercise, known as Global Mercury, simulated a smallpox bioterrorism attack on member countries.
- Atlantic Storm (2005) – was a ministerial exercise simulating the top-level response to a bioterror incident. The simulation operated on January 14, 2005, in Washington, D.C. It was created to reveal the current international state of preparedness and possible political and public health issues that might evolve from such a crisis.
- Clade X (2018) – The Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security hosted the Clade X pandemic tabletop exercise on May 15, 2018, in Washington, DC. The purpose of the exercise was to illustrate high-level strategic decisions and policies that the United States and the world will need to pursue to prevent a pandemic or diminish its consequences should prevention fail.
- the decisive event 201 (October 2019), based on the events of the past two years
- and SPARS Pandemic 2025-2028 (May 2020)
Globalists Predicted Monkeypox Outbreak Nearly to the Day
In March 2021, the World Health Organization and Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation simulated the outbreak of a monkeypox pandemic. Also taking part in the exercise was the American, and Chinese RIVM, along with pharmaceutical giants Janssen and Merck.
The simulation predicted that the monkeypox outbreak would occur between May 15 and June 5, 2022. The WHO confirmed the first cases of monkeypox in May 2022.
Never before has an outbreak of monkeypox occurred outside of Africa. And now, suddenly, cases of monkeypox are confirmed in the same month as predicted by the simulation.