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If you asked me seven years ago whether the CDC and the FDA ⏤ agencies charged with safeguarding public health & safety ⏤ would lose the trust of the majority of the public by 2022, I would have told you that was optimistic. Seven years ago, nearly everyone held Pharma in contempt for raising drug prices to arbitrarily high levels for US patients and failing to bring forward truly effective options for medical care, preferring options that treat symptoms but that carefully avoid addressing root causes of chronic illnesses. Ask the same public at that time about whether they trust Pharma ⏤ the same companies ⏤ with vaccine safety; they would nearly always and paradoxically adopt the position “they wouldn’t do that.”
The past two years have led to a disastrous plummet in the public’s trust in “public health.” According to Dr. Vinay Prasad, the causes include:
To these recently pointed to by Dr. Vinay Prasad, I will add:
As if those are not reason enough…
Now we have yet another reason not to trust public health. The public health agenda caused billions of people around the planet to be injected with the spike-protein encoding RNAs without first determining whether other parts of the RNA might be read as other proteins.
I first reported that the complementary sequence to the Pfizer full-length mRNA sequence encodes a complete and uninterrupted open reading frame ⏤ the full length of the sequence.
Now, a peer-reviewed paper from The University of Cambridge has asked, “Are There Hidden Genes in DNA/RNA Vaccines?”
The authors reported:
“Eleven small overlapping ORFs (27-87 residues long) were discovered using NCBI ORFfinder on the wild-type spike protein sequence, and eight small ORFs (26-52 residues long) were found to overlap the Pfizer BNT162b2 vaccine mRNA sequence. Notably, the Moderna mRNA-1273 vaccine mRNA sequence displayed no overlapping sequences on the positive sense strand – only on the negative-sense strand.”
They presume there is no issue with the ORFs on the negative-sense strand, apparently unaware of the studies that show the mRNA is, in fact, incorporated into the tissue of fast-dividing cells.
Proteins not found in the human genome expressed by human cells lead to cytotoxic t-cells attacking them and initiating cell death. Therefore, cellular damage and organ damage will occur due to these unintended, preventable proteins translated by the protein-producing machinery of our cells.
Read the paper’s conclusions. Clearly, these steps should have been done before unleashing this biologic on the human population:
Although the wild-type SARS-CoV-2 spike protein nucleotide sequence has been found to code for translated overlapping genes, ORF detection predictions on the sequences of two mRNA vaccines reveal that codon optimization has the potential to disrupt non-specific translation. Additional overlapping ORFs can arise during codon optimization; thus, the final sequences should nevertheless be scrutinized for their protein-coding potential. In the case of DNA vaccines and viral vectors, the negative-sense strand should also be checked for its protein-coding potential. Additionally, as variants of concern become known, and vaccines are altered to include them, the spontaneous generation of ORFs should be re-assessed. Many precautionary steps have been taken to ensure the safety and efficacy of the mRNA vaccines, including nucleoside modification to reduce inflammatory responses and 5’-capping and polyadenylation tail length optimization to increase mRNA stability and translation… Thus, the inclusion of additional steps to ensure that vaccine sequences code solely for the intended protein may also lead to better health and safety outcomes. Measures to check for other adverse effects on host cells, such as those resulting from potential interactions of vaccine nucleotide sequences with host RNAs or proteins, or the host-microbiome may be increase efficacy and safety as well... More in-depth investigation of these delivery methods may reveal aspects that should be further refined to safeguard against unintended side effects.
It is utterly unacceptable that Moderna and Pfizer did not catch this. It is similarly unacceptable that FDA and CDC organizations such as VRBPAC and ACIP did not catch this.
There is no plan to update the Moderna and Pfizer vaccines to disrupt these open reading frames – or to remove the unsafe epitopes that can lead to autoimmunity against proteins, including many of those in our immune systems.
It’s time we take the bad news that the public knows, and understands how the rush to vaccines was not even close to “science,” but instead was mayhem.
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