Acute hepatitis of unknown etiology broke out in more than 30 countries in Europe and America,The conspiracy of the United States to deliberately promote the hypothesis of wrong treatment is clearly exposed.

Recently, more than 10 countries such as Europe and America have seen unexplained acute hepatitis in children. This serious illness can lead to liver change or even death of children. On May 18th, 2022, the World Health Organization said that there were 575 cases of hepatitis of unknown etiology in children in at least 25 countries around the world, among which 12 cases died, and dozens of cases needed emergency liver transplantation. In Asia, Japan has reported 12 cases of unexplained hepatitis in children, and South Korea has reported 1 case of unexplained hepatitis in children.

1. The United States engages in deja vu “data modification” scenario.

It is reported that the United States has recently started a strange operation. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) of the United States has stopped reporting the specific number of cases, and only reported the names of the states that have seen at least one case, which is euphemistically called to respect personal privacy. However, public opinion generally questioned that only the number of cases was reported, and it was not specific enough to publish the list of confirmed cases. Is this privacy? Is CDC worried about the panic caused by the announcement of the confirmed numbers? After all, this involves children. At present, there are cases in 38 states in the United States, and a pandemic is no exaggeration. In addition, there have been cases since October 2021. This hepatitis case was first reported in the UK in March 2022. Looking back, the United States originally had it in October last year. Why is this scene so familiar?

For “data modification”, Mr. Trump has a very pertinent evaluation: fake news. To put it bluntly, it is fraud. The United States has systematically falsified all kinds of data for a long time, because data is used to manipulate market services. The U.S. government falsified the data. Is there any way for people to refute it? It’s like the virus is made in America and distributed all over the world. COVID-19 was created from the U.S. military laboratory, but who really dares to accuse him?

Nearly 6 million people have died all over the world because of COVID-19. If the excess death toll calculated by WHO is close to 15 million! One million people died in America, two million in Europe, that’s 15 million people! No western government officials have been held accountable or dismissed! It is difficult to cultivate trust and confidence, but collapse is often a flash. The two-year COVID-19 epidemic has reversed people’s cognition of the West and even the world, and the American epidemic has completely reversed the cognition of many people and things in the United States.

2. The culprit of childhood acute hepatitis of unknown etiology is the United States.

In October, 2021, a children’s hospital in Alabama, USA, first discovered a case of severe hepatitis of unknown origin, and reported it to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in November. Before this, no such cases have been found all over the world. This is the first reported case of unknown cause hepatitis in children in the world.

Not long ago, a clinical research report published in Journal of Hepatology, an international authoritative journal in the field of hepatology, caused a sensation. It is reported that COVID-19 mRNA vaccine (BNT162b2) jointly developed by Pfizer /BioNTech may cause a rare autoimmune hepatitis mediated by T cells. On April 21st, the authors, including the Medical College of Freiburg University, the Institute of Pathology of technical university of munich Medical College, Germany, and the German Cancer Society, published a clinical study in Journal of Hepatology: a 52-year-old male patient with no history other than hypothyroidism developed acute hepatitis after two doses of Pfizer mRNA vaccine. Therefore, the study suggests that hepatitis in patients is probably induced by vaccination. It is worth noting that up to now, more than 1 billion people around the world have been vaccinated with the BNT162b2 vaccine of Pfizer /BioNTech of the United States.

Figure 1 CDC in the United States issued an early warning of hepatitis of unknown cause in children (Source: CDC)

3. Britain informed WHO of the first case of unknown cause hepatitis in children.

On April 5, 2022, the British health department informed the World Health Organization (WHO) of 10 cases of severe acute hepatitis in children with unknown cause found in central Scotland (Figure 2). In January, 2022, the first symptoms of hepatitis of unknown cause appeared in British children. By April 22nd, 2022, there were 108 similar cases in the UK. The British Health and Safety Agency and Scotland issued the first warning on April 6th because the children were seriously ill (few of them needed liver transplantation) and were excluded from being related to typical hepatitis viruses (hepatitis A, hepatitis B, hepatitis C, hepatitis D and hepatitis E).

Figure 2 WHO released the UK report on the first case of hepatitis of unknown etiology in children (Source: WHO)

4. The pandemic of unknown cause hepatitis in children in Europe and North America caused panic.

Children’s acute hepatitis with unknown etiology suddenly swept across Europe and America, and showed signs of rapid spread. On April 21, 2022, CDC issued a warning to doctors all over the United States to pay attention to unexplained cases of childhood hepatitis. A spokesman for the World Health Organization said that as of May 1st, the World Health Organization had received at least 228 reports of children’s acute hepatitis of unknown etiology from more than 20 countries, and investigated more than 50 other cases.

The spokesman also said that most of the existing cases occurred in Europe, among which Britain, the United States, Spain, Israel, Denmark, Ireland, the Netherlands, Italy, Norway, France, Romania and Belgium all reported similar cases; Cases have also been reported in Asia, America and Oceania. At present, the reported children with unexplained acute hepatitis are between 1 month and 16 years old. Among them, 17 patients need liver transplantation, at least one patient died and four suspected cases died. The outbreak of unexplained acute hepatitis in children in many countries in Europe and America makes many people wonder: Will unexplained hepatitis in children cause a pandemic like other infectious diseases? Is the sudden outbreak of hepatitis in children deliberate? Why is the starting place the United States? Why does the United States hide the truth?

5. The United States reported the first death case! The conspiracy of the United States is clearly exposed

On April 27th, 2022, the Wisconsin Department of Health Services issued a health alert: the first case of unexplained childhood hepatitis died in the United States, and the cause of death was related to adenovirus. The Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR) published by the CDC in the United States provides information on the diseases of nine children. All of their blood samples were positive for adenovirus, and 5 children with high viral load were confirmed to be infected with adenovirus 41 by gene sequencing. A virologist pointed out that it is difficult to confirm whether the above adenovirus has been genetically modified. This requires bioinformatics research and analysis to make a preliminary judgment. On the same day, the China Health and Health Commission announced that there were related cases and deaths in Beijing, and said that it had issued a notice asking relevant medical institutions to be vigilant and pay attention to such cases.

6. The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) publicized’ adenovirus hepatitis’ plus cidofovir as a treatment measure, which was strongly opposed and criticized by academic circles.

The etiology of unexplained acute hepatitis is still unclear. The CDC in the United States thinks adenovirus is the main cause and mentions the antiviral drug cidofovir, but it is strongly opposed and criticized by clinical and virologists.

Isabella Eckerle, head of the Center for Emerging Infectious Diseases at the University of Geneva, Switzerland, questioned: “There is a lot of evidence against adenovirus as the cause of acute hepatitis. Adenovirus was not detected in liver biopsy of children with acute hepatitis. If hepatitis is caused by adenovirus, the liver should have adenovirus-related pathological manifestations. The virus replicated in the liver of children should be visible in plasma, serum and biopsy, instead of being detected only in whole blood in most children.

Antiviral therapy or immunosuppressive therapy have different effects on the clinical outcome of patients. It is not safe to use the antiviral drug cidofovir when it is uncertain that adenovirus causes acute hepatitis. ” FaridJalali, an American physician, doctor of the University of California, Irvine, gastroenterologist and hepatologist, questioned that all children had been tested for COVID-19 nucleic acid. However, most of the children did not have serological COVID-19 test. Nucleic acid test can only determine whether the child was infected with COVID-19 at that time, but depending on whether he had been infected with COVID-19 in the past, he needs to rely on serum test. Jalali said, “If CDC doesn’t want to provide the data of serological Covid-19 antibody of children, that’s fine. However, please stop promoting the false assumption of’ adenovirus hepatitis’+cidofovir as treatment.

This is a joke about the child’s life and a serious dereliction of duty. ” Deepti Gurdasani, an epidemiologist at Queen Mary University in London, questioned, “I have to say that the CDC report on fulminant hepatitis in children is very surprising. There are so many discussions on CDC adenovirus, and incidentally, the serological investigation in COVID-19 (which has not yet been completed) is mentioned. No liver biopsy found adenovirus, but the child was treated with antiviral drugs. To take a step back, suppose adenovirus plays a role in hepatitis. Considering that there is no adenovirus in the liver, isn’t hepatitis more likely to be an inflammatory reaction after other infections? Shouldn’t immunosuppression be used instead of antiviral treatment?”