The WHO-program threatens mankind. It threatens YOU and your beloved. Nations of the world, unite and save us from this criminal madness. Stop the mRNA-vaccines. Stop the WHO.

Written by Sucharit Bhakdi MD, Karina Reiss PhD and Michael Palmer MD
Chromosomes are the books of life containing DNA-encoded recipes for the production of protein molecules. When needed, the book is opened and a copy of the required recipe is made. The copy is mRNA, which directs production of the protein, after which it is disposed of. RNA vaccines resemble such short-lived copies of chromosomal recipes that direct the production of selected antigens, e.g. the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein. More than one billion copies (RNA molecules) are administered with each injection. Mass production of mRNA requires mass availability of the DNA recipes. How can this be achieved?

The solution represents a founding pillar of gene technology. The billions and trillions of copies of the DNA recipes are derived from bacteria. The recipes are contained in minute, bacterial chromosomes that are termed plasmids. The division time of the bacteria is approximately 20 minutes—the number of cells increases approximately eightfold every hour. Literally countless bacteria with the plasmids can therefore be harvested from fluid culture in just a few days. Plasmids are easily manipulated. Foreign recipes, i.e. genes such as those encoding for viral proteins can be inserted. Following bacterial multiplication, the plasmids are harvested and used as the templates for production of the mRNA copies. The RNA molecules are then packaged into tiny fatty globules termed lipid nanoparticles (LNP). The essential components of LNP are man-made and are known to be toxic in their own right. Moreover, the particular compounds used by Pfizer/BioNTech and Moderna had not even been tested on humans before the mRNA-vaccines containing them were granted emergency use authorization [1–4], which implies an undeniable and unnecessary health risk.

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