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In order to kill the virus in the village, we had to destroy the village
As I warned when Operation Warp Speed took off, the rush to ram through authorization of an RNA vaccine was also an effort to open the RNA-genetic door to many other RNA Pharma products. Vaccines, drugs.
Because RNA technology/manufacturing is fast and cheap.
If you thought the COVID vaxx was (and is) devastating to human life—which is true—wait ‘til you see what comes next.
Dr. Mengele going global.
I urge critics of the COVID vaxx to highlight this. Pound on it. Over and over.
Moderna: “Our product pipeline shows the progress we’re making on clinical programs currently in development to create mRNA medicines for a wide range of diseases and conditions. We are proud of the advancements we’ve made in pioneering new mRNA vaccines and treatments that may have the potential to treat and prevent rare diseases.”
Contemporarypediatrics[dot]com: “Multiple pharmaceutical companies are investigating the application of mRNA technology to develop vaccines that treat and prevent multiple conditions, from influenza to cancer and beyond.”
“Moderna, Pfizer, and Boehringer Ingelheim are among the pharmaceutical companies investigating the applicability of mRNA vaccines to treat and prevent other conditions. In addition to a vaccine for HIV, mRNA is being explored as a potential vehicle to create vaccines for several other conditions.”
“mRNA has proved to be a great platform for vaccine development (and potentially therapeutics), so that our own cells can do the hard work of producing proteins, resulting in an immune response which helps protect us against diseases.”—Pfizer
Fierce Biotech: “About a dozen companies besides Moderna and BioNTech are working on mRNA vaccines and therapeutics for a range of diseases from flu to cystic fibrosis. The market opportunity is huge, and Big Pharma is hungry for promising companies to snap up or make licensing deals with.”
“…Moderna President Stephen Hoge piped up to say the company has been watching the gene editing field closely and considering where its mRNA technology could help with ‘delivering gene-editing cargoes’ to different tissues.”
That last snippet is quite revealing. And disturbing. We’re talking about CRISPR and other gene-splicing methods—which have the ever popular “oops—we fucked up” and “unintended genetic ripples down the line” consequences.
BBC, “The genetic mistakes that could shape our species,” 4/12/21:
“In fact, there have been no shortage of surprises in the field [of gene research]. From the rabbits altered to be leaner that inexplicably ended up with much longer tongues to the cattle tweaked to lack horns that were inadvertently endowed with a long stretch of bacterial DNA in their genomes (including some genes that confer antibiotic resistance, no less)—its past is riddled with errors and misunderstandings.”
“More recently, researchers at the Francis Crick Institute in London warned that editing the genetics of human embryos can lead to unintended consequences. By analysing data from previous experiments, they found that approximately 16% had accidental mutations that would not have been picked up via standard tests.”
And 16% is the estimate of unintended ripple effects in publicly available research results. Who knows what the error rate is in secret labs, where the obsession to create “different humans” would instigate throwing all caution to the winds?
The BBC article describes a criminally fraudulent experiment carried out by researcher He Jianku, in China, several years ago. After in utero genetic treatment, twin baby girls were born with the instruction to create a specific “CCR5 protein.”
But something went very wrong. The baby girls produced a variety of proteins.
BBC: “‘We’ve never seen these CCR5 proteins before and we don’t know their function in the context of a human being,’ says [Krishanu] Saha [a bioengineer at University of Wisconsin-Madison]…”
Researcher Saha comments on a different type of genetic experiment, designed to edit the genes of the recipient—without passing that alteration on to the next generation.
“‘So let’s say we are injecting a genome editor into the brain to target neurons in the hippocampus,’ says Saha. ‘How do we make sure that those genome editors do not travel into the reproductive organs and end up hitting a sperm or egg? Then that individual could potentially pass the edit on to their children.’”
The GENETIC EXPERIMENT currently launched against the human population is not what we are being told it is.
We’re GMO crops, GMO mosquitos; we’re the GMO cattle and rabbits; we’re the twin baby GMO girls in China.
On September 12, 2022, a day that will live in infamy, Biden issued his Advancing Biotechnology Executive Order. Here is one passage for the ages:
“We need to develop genetic engineering technologies and techniques to be able to WRITE CIRCUITRY FOR CELLS and predictably program biology in the same way in which we write software and program computers…” (emphasis mine)
In case there is any confusion, he means cells of the body.
Of course, he, Biden, doesn’t mean anything. He’s not the author of the executive order. He’s a living non-sequitur.
The executive order is a green light signaling the transfer of tons of military and academic genetic research into the $$ private sector. It’s full steam ahead.
Technocracy isn’t tomorrow. It’s now.
Societally speaking, the educated class are the rubes, yokels, dupes, and marks. They eat up this gene-speak like soy steak.
“If there are genetic mistakes, the scientists will figure them out and correct them.”
Oblivious and clueless. As usual.
“I studied biology in college.”
I studied you in college, pal.
-- Jon Rappoport
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