The techniques to rewrite RNA are in their infancy.
The media present them as the saving solution for everything that comes from now on, in terms of medical treatments. Why wouldn’t they? The media receive millions from pharmaceutical companies to do exactly that.
However, vaccines that directly modify RNA are not what they seem.
So what are they?
Within each and every one of the people who read these lines there is a fragile molecule, of fleeting life and unknown origin, without which they could not be alive. It is what we call RNA.
The two vaccines against the new coronavirus that have shown the greatest efficacy to date are based on this molecule, specifically on a subtype known as messenger RNA. Great efficacy is not equal great safety, though.
The molecule’s job, in it natural form, is to transmit a message of life contained in DNA and convert it into all the proteins that allow us to breathe, think, move and live.
This molecule is so fundamental that it is thought that life on Earth could have begun with it more than 3 billion years ago.
Now, pharmaceutical companies and the media say, it is one of the favorites to start pulling the entire population of the planet out of the worst pandemic of the 21st century.
The two most advanced vaccines, Pfizer / BioNTech and Moderna, have shown efficacy greater than 94%. It is important to note that Pfizer is the one pharmaceutical company with the most lawsuits for damages caused by their pharmaceutical products.
Life versus pharmaceuticals
The most basic definition of something alive is that it can reproduce itself and therefore can evolve. Some scientists have shown that RNA can copy itself and evolve on its own. It is possible, therefore, that this molecule was the first living entity on Earth.
DNA can survive for days or even weeks at room temperature. It is even preserved tens of thousands of years in some fossils.
RNA, however, is an ephemeral molecule that is only present for a few hours in the cell while it performs its specific function. It disintegrates very easily, especially by the action of ubiquitous immune proteins whose only function is to destroy any foreign RNA.
That is why RNA vaccines need temperatures as low as 80 below zero: it is not easy to keep this molecule stable at room temperature for long.
Any vaccine is a simulation of an infection. Its objective is to provoke an immune system response to a pathogen, allegedly, without letting it cause disease.
Moderna and BioNTech vaccines use a different technique than conventional ones, based on what they call “complete attenuated viruses”. However, several vaccines have been found to contain live virus material, and other organic material from animals, such as monkey kidney.
The dangers posed by the new RNA vaccines
Messenger RNA vaccines use the body’s cells as bioreactors to produce copies of the coronavirus protein S and for these to be localized by the immune system.
Here is one of the most important differences between Moderna’s vaccines, BioNTech’s and those of other companies and research centers that develop similar injections.
This line also includes memory cells capable of remembering viruses and reactivating immune alert months, even years later. This does not come with grave unintended consequences.
Among a list of negative effects, the mRNA strand in a vaccine may elicit an unintended immune reaction. To minimize this the mRNA vaccine sequences are designed to mimic those produced by mammalian cells, but that does not make them safer or helps them prevent unforeseen effects.
According to this report on The Atlantic, “an RNA vaccine injects instructions to your cells, and hopes that your cells receive these instructions and follow them, and build the proteins that will teach your immune system to fight a virus.” Unfortunately, that process is as proven as the existence of Big Foot.
At this point, any and all RNA vaccines are experimental and injecting them into humans is therefore a mass experiment carried out by pharmaceutal companies that enjoy complete immunity should their products cause harm to patients.
The doctor and immunologist Ugur Sahin, founder of BioNTech, highlights the importance of the vaccine specifically targeting cells of the immune system, allowing them to give a vaccine dose about three times lower than Moderna to obtain the same results.
“A lower dose means that the vaccine is safer and allows you to manufacture more doses to meet global demand,” he explains.
Moderna also emerged as a company to develop this type of personalized vaccines and there is a third very advanced company in this field, the German Curevac.
They all also develop immunizations against other pathogens such as rabies, Zika or cytomegalovirus, a pathogen that can cause deafness, mental retardation and other serious problems in a fraction of babies born infected.
“RNA vaccines can revolutionize medicine,” says Norbert Pardi, a researcher at the University of Pennsylvania (USA). They could, but at this point, no one knows for sure. In fact, little or no attention is given to another reason why vaccines are being pushed as magical treatments.
“It’s completely correct to say that NIAID will reap a profit on the Moderna/NIAID vaccine. There are 6 NIAID scientists who work for Dr. Fauci, each of whom would get $150,000/year indefinitely as their reward. So that’s $900,000 to his subordinates every year in perpetuity,” says Mary Holland, General Counsel, Children’s Health Defense.
More alarming is the possibility that these new RNA vaccines are loaded with nanoparticles whose functions are also unknown to the public. According to Frontiers in Immunology, 24 January, 2019’s article, “Nanoparticle-Based Vaccines Against Respiratory Viruses” : A new generation of vaccines based on nanoparticles has shown great potential to address most of the limitations of conventional and subunit vaccines. This is due to recent advances in chemical and biological engineering, which allow the design of nanoparticles.”
According to the same article, “Nanocarriers composed of lipids, proteins, metals or polymers have already been used.” Did you know about that? What vaccines have you injected into yourself that contained these nanoparticles?
According to the International Journal of Vaccines & Vaccination, “The analyses carried out show that in all samples checked vaccines contain non biocompatible and bio-persistent foreign bodies which are not declared by the Producers.”
And it continues…
“The quantity of foreign bodies detected and, in some cases, their unusual chemical compositions baffled us. The inorganic particles identified are neither biocompatible nor biodegradable, that means that they are biopersistent and can induce effects that can become evident either immediately close to injection time or after a certain time from administration.”
If these vaccines finally prove effective, their approval may usher in a new era in biomedicine. This same technique can be applied to many other viral infections, cancer, and rare diseases.
The speed with which they can develop is staggering. It took Moderna 42 days to have a vaccine candidate messenger RNA after China published the complete genetic sequence of SARS-CoV-2. This of course, means that no significant testing has been performed. In fact, vaccines such as the ones being produced to “treat” COVID, have much more than meets the eye.
“After being injected, those microparticles, nanoparticles and aggregates can stay around the injection site forming swellings and granulomas…But they can also be carried by the blood circulation, escaping any attempt to guess what will be their final destination…As happens with all foreign bodies, particularly that small, they induce an inflammatory reaction that is chronic because most of those particles cannot be degraded. Furthermore, the protein-corona effect…due to a nano-bio-interaction…can produce organic/inorganic composite particles capable of stimulating the immune system in an undesirable way…It is impossible not to add that particles the size often observed in vaccines can enter cell nuclei and interact with the DNA…”, warns the International Journal of Vaccines & Vaccination.
By comparison, it takes an average of 10 years to develop a conventional vaccine. This makes messenger RNA supposedly ideal for developing rapid immunization against future rapidly expanding pandemic viruses, when safety is not at the forefront of vaccine production.
The sequence of the messenger RNAs is written into a computer and then produced chemically, without using cells, which may be cheaper if these vaccines are eventually successful and the technology to produce them is scaled up.
In sum, these vaccines are non-organic, foreign bodies capable to rewriting our RNA, the most important life building block on planet Earth. By the way, they have not been properly vetted for safety.
No one knows the duration of immunity that these vaccines generate because they are simply too new. If they are finally approved, it will take years to know their effectiveness.
There are currently about 50 clinical trials underway to test the efficacy of this type of vaccine against tumors of all types, including the most severe cases in which there are metastases. There are also nearly twenty vaccines in trials against viral infections such as influenza, HIV, Zika, and others.
Acording to journalist and researcher, Jon Rappoport, “Many legal and scientific “experts” assert the State has a right to mandate vaccines and force them on the population. But these contaminating nanoparticles are not vaccines or medicines. Only a lunatic would defend the right of the State to inject them.”
There is currently no approved messenger RNA vaccine against any type of virus or disease. Its results against cancer have been much less clear than with COVID.
RNA editing is be seen as a potential method to give humanity greater control over its destiny as a species. In 2011 it was discovered how to rewrite the genome of any living being thanks to CRISPR gene editing.
This technology works only with DNA and this means that it makes permanent changes in the book of life. The techniques to rewrite RNA are in their infancy and can only make specific changes from one genetic letter to another.