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April 21, 2021

A little bit of COVID…

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Mandy Nolan has stated in The Echo, ‘For 30 years I’ve fought to give a voice to the voiceless in our community, now I’m going to take that fight to Canberra’.

I hope that includes vaccine-injured children, and the voiceless parents of those vaccine-injured children. This has been a huge problem. Now the covid vaccine is soon to be injected into folks in our community brave enough to have the covid vaccine, as it’s a ‘gene changing vaccine’ (Dr Sherri Tenpenny, & Dr Lee Merrit).

Death and injuries from this vaccine around the world have been kept conveniently out of the mainstream media – or as some of us are realising, the ‘fake biased news’. Do your own research, don’t believe me.

♦ According to the Federal Government’s health website the RNA from the vaccine does not change or interact with our DNA in any way.

 

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2 COMMENTS

  1. I do wish these antivaxxers get their science write. A little bit of research will show that COVID vaccines use mRNA which does not change the genome! It interacts in the cytoplasm not the nucleus you geniuses. How many people have died from COVID?

  2. I hope these doctors quoted are better than what you quoted them for. More flawed science from the antivaxxers . A quick read of any science textbook would help their understanding of what mRNA does. It interacts with the cytoplasm of the cell not with the nucleus where the DNA is found( our genome);quotes about injured children but no numbers whilst say, in the USA, 500000 have died or is that of no concern? I think some perspective needs to be applied here.
    Was this an editorial as it says by the echo. Don’t tell me you have fallen again into bad habits with conspiracy theories getting published by the echo again and the censoring of those challenging these misconceptions. Over to you the echo.

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