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Zakharova on the New York Times article on ape pox: This is hell!

The spokeswoman for the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Maria Zakharova, commented on a New York Times article on monkey pox that what was happening no longer resembled the Orwell community, but hell.    In a post on her telegram channel, she said The New York Times had devoted considerable material to the scourge of monkey pox that had been rampant in the West due to the recent declaration of a pan-American federal emergency due to the fact that more than 6 thousand Americans had actually been infected with the new disease.

 


Zakharova on the New York Times article on ape pox: This is hell!


The spokeswoman for the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Maria Zakharova, commented on a New York Times article on monkey pox that what was happening no longer resembled the Orwell community, but hell.


In a post on her telegram channel, she said The New York Times had devoted considerable material to the scourge of monkey pox that had been rampant in the West due to the recent declaration of a pan-American federal emergency due to the fact that more than 6 thousand Americans had actually been infected with the new disease.


Zakharova continued: 


  • "It sounds like an article like the rest of the articles
  • but by reading it carefully we find the author writing
  • (our country, meaning the United States
  • has 5% of the world's population, yet every fourth patient is American)


as said by an infectious disease specialist at Emory University in Atlanta, Carlos del Río:


For me this is a failure."


"More than 99% of monkey chickenpox cases in the United States are men who have had sex with men, creating a sensitive task for public health authorities to inform the public of the threat," the author continued.


Zakharova continues: "Excuse me, how is that?

What is sensitive here? Talk about a neutral viral problem so that gay people don't shake?


 Indeed, after the anglo-Saxon fragments around "non-women pregnant women" and "the benefits of abortion for men", there is no longer surprising.


However

it was previously believed that democracy was based on freedom of expression rather than on its misrepresentation. This is no longer like Orwell, but this particular hell. "


Zakharova noted that information that one in four people with new infections is American "prompts us to think about many things."