Slightly tangential, but I found this article a couple of days ago and thought it was a great example of the press trying to introduce the idea of gene therapy as normal and mundane, and another of those “inventions that changed the world”. (Like dear old vaccines). What I found interesting was the deliberately obscure explanations, and then the ease and cheapness of the end of line production. Take home message - you can easily tweak or “patch” mRNA therapies. The ethical standard for this type of technology’s use in humans requires the illness or disability to be irreversible and life-shortening. Or something of the severity of cancer. There needs to be no other hope. It also actually doesn’t seem to work for long, and this child died earlier this year.
I have deep reservations about vaccines generally. I have even more profound ones regarding covid “vaccination” because in order to justify this rushed out technology or even an old fashioned vaccine you have to have no alternative therapies. The existence of HCQ, Ivermectin and Salbutamol (to name but 3 mainstream, cheap therapies) obviates that need in my opinion. Moreover it has to be something really fatal, which Covid-19 is not.
The small number of deaths from flu vaccines, coupled with the increased threat from flu to the very young and the very old, could be said to justify its use on the NHS for those that want/need it.
In contrast to the flu vaccine, Covid vaccines have managed, over the course of 4 months, to kill over double the number of people in the UK that the flu vaccine killed in 68 years. All this death for a disease that is by and large highly survivable, and whose novelty to the human race, coupled with a larger than ever elderly population makes it appear more dangerous than it really is. That’s a quite shocking comparison, and means there is a strong justification for stopping mass Covid vaccination with immediate effect.
I personally also believe that if this proves to be highly debilitating to the younger and fitter, from autoimmune reactions, we risk losing vitally important key frontline workers permanently from the workforce, and our rate of replacement will be too slow to cover the shortfall. More than that, our social care bill will rocket, paying benefits to all these sick people, and if we vaccinate the young and healthy, we will have no robust population from which to replace when the time comes. Put that in the context of the military and nuclear power, and I think there’s a strong argument for keeping at least a “covid vaccine-free” sector of the population at all times so we don’t lose the protection and expertise of people who work in these vital areas.
That the volunteers weren’t given full information is criminal. That governments colluded is frightening. The depths of corruption and malpractice surrounding both pharmaceuticals generally, and vaccines in particular, is extremely frightening. Once you really start to dig about in the dirt of this subject, you can’t close your eyes and think of England when next submitting to some medical intervention that is theoretically for your own good.
To find discourse drifting towards coercive control and childish classroom management techniques, where no one can have a holiday until EVERYONE is protected, is quite sickening. Especially in the absence of proper informed consent from the people on whose voluntary sacrifice, (and it’s extremely short-term outcome), was the catalyst for this entire vaccination program.
https://www.wired.co.uk/article/milasen ... ne-therapy