THE NEXT PHASE FOR mRNA “VACCINES”
In 2007 actor Will Smith starred in a rather frightening movie titled I am Legend. In it, he plays the part of a virologist who is trying to develop a cure for a virus that was developed to cure cancer administered as a vaccine, but which ended up wiping out most of the human population, leaving the rest of the surviving human population a mangled group of mutants.
Something like that may be in the offing, because the following article which was spotted and passed along by many people this week, indicates that we've not heard the last of mRNA "vaccines," and in an ironic twist, they're being considered as a solution to one of humanity's most dreaded maladies: cancer:
Note what the article clearly states, for it is the subject of today's high octane speculation along the lines of the Smith I am Legend film:
The scientist who won the race to deliver the first widely used coronavirus vaccine says people can rest assured the shots are safe, and that the technology behind it will soon be used to fight another global scourge — cancer.
Ozlem Tureci, who founded the German company BioNTech with her husband, Ugur Sahin, was working on a way to harness the body's immune system to tackle tumours when they learned last year of an unknown virus infecting people in China.
Over breakfast, the couple decided to apply the technology they'd been researching for two decades to the new threat.
The vaccine made by BioNTech-Pfizer and U.S. rival Moderna uses messenger RNA, or mRNA, to carry instructions into the human body for making proteins that prime it to attack a specific virus. The same principle can be applied to get the immune system to take on tumours.
"We have several different cancer vaccines based on mRNA," said Tureci.
Notwithstanfing Tureci's assurances that the covid-mRNA vaccines were subjected to "rigorous" trials, the plain fact of the matter is, we have no studies of their long-term health consequences or effects quite simply because "we're not there" yet. We have no idea what the long-term and intergenerational effects might be. All we have are scientists assuring us that they are safe. The adverse reactions that some people are experiencing suggest otherwise, and that the effects of the technology are not consistent in all cases.
But the real food for high octane speculation here is the fact that mRNA vaccines are tinkering with one's genetics, stimulating a genetic response to a virus by carrying "instructions into the human body for making proteins that prime it to attack a specific virus." Bear that in mind, because when one turns to cancer, it is widely thought that cancer is itself a "stimulation" that makes the body produce cancerous cells.
Now imagine inserting "instructions into the human body" for the body to make cells to attack the cancer. What sorts of adverse reactions might occur with such a "vaccine"? One can only imagine, given what we've seen with the covid mRNA "vaccines". But I'll crawl out to the end of the speculation twig and offer one possibility: this is, after all, cancer were talking about. What if, in "inserting instructions" into the body to attack one type of cancer, that it actually starts a process that, like the cancer itself, does not stop? What if, in fact, it stimulates new adaptations of the cancer just like is already being claimed for mutant strains of covid? What if by inserting
"instructions" into the body, we in fact create a "vaccine" which in effect ends up being that which it claims to fight? And again, what will the long term inter-generational effects of taking them be? What if, by developing an mRNA "cancer 'vaccine'" we actually make certain forms of cancer more virulent and faster spreading?
And so on.
There has been a lot of speculation about the covid planscamdemic being just "phase one" of Mr. Globaloney's "health care" plans.
I strongly suspect that we're looking at phase two here...
See you on the flip side...
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