Theo Engelaer, Mullumbimby
I recently perused the World Health Organisation (WHO) website and I found a complete and up-to-date overview of all pharmaceutical companies and the [Sars-CoV-2] ‘vaccines’ in the race.
From these you can deduce that they are largely not classic vaccines, i.e. vaccines where the desired immunity is obtained with weakened pathogens that activate the immune system to produce antigens independently. In short, it concerns gene therapy (immunoprophylaxis by gene transfer).
So the ‘corona vaccines’ that are coming out shouldn’t really be called vaccines, that’s misleading. It is a disguise of what they really are: preparations that work, at least in theory, through modifications to the human genome.
While less than thirty years ago there was a fierce social debate about genetic modification with transgenic bulls and sheep, today that debate is completely silenced. This is astonishing, because in view of the developments that lie ahead, we are not dealing with possible genetic modifications of plants or animals – but of humans!
What does it mean when, in the hectic pace of a supposed pandemic, it is accepted to make large-scale changes to the human gene pool? If the misnamed ‘corona vaccines’ seem safe in the short term, what are the possible long and medium term effects? If the human DNA is modified step-by-step with pharmaceutical products, is there still a way back? What does unnaturally mutated DNA mean for human reproduction? Is artificially altered DNA passed on through reproduction to future generations? What does it mean in a legal sense if humans carry artificial DNA material that is patented by multinational pharmaceutical and GM companies?
Is there someone who has a good understanding of the bio-technical details of the upcoming ‘vaccines’, someone who can explain in a clear way; the difference between classic vaccines and the DNA, RNA and Vector preparations that are coming? I would like to know more about that and hopefully other readers of The Echo will as well. I would greatly appreciate a response!
Mark Lynas, a visiting fellow at Cornell University’s Alliance for Science group, debunked the idea that a DNA vaccine could genetically modify an organism. Lynas told Reuters that no vaccine can genetically modify human DNA.
‘That’s just a myth, one often spread intentionally by anti-vaccination activists to deliberately generate confusion and mistrust,’ he said. ‘Genetic modification would involve the deliberate insertion of foreign DNA into the nucleus of a human cell, and vaccines simply don’t do that. Vaccines work by training the immune system to recognize a pathogen when it attempts to infect the body – this is mostly done by the injection of viral antigens or weakened live viruses that stimulate an immune response through the production of antibodies.’
Lynas added: ‘The DNA [in DNA vaccines] does not integrate into the cell nucleus so this isn’t genetic modification – if the cells divide they will only include your natural DNA.’