Is It Gene Therapy?

They are working really hard to convince you that it's not.

Oct 5, 2022

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Here’s this video gem of the opening ceremony of the World Health Summit 2021 where Stefan Oelrich, the president of Bayer’s pharmaceuticals division in Berlin, had this to say about it. Take a listen. Sure sounds like he’s calling it gene therapy. Watch the entire video on Youtube HERE.

Interestingly, in the beginning of all of this in early 2021, Moderna had on their website at a description of it being just that, gene therapy. I saw it with my own eyeballs and shared it with my community at that time. Some of you may have clicked through and saw it yourselves.

That page has been since updated and even with Waybackmachine searches I can not access the original page. They’ve reformatted the page so that search engine won’t work.

All the interwebs and Forbes and other publications want to mark any of us asking questions as crazy anti-vaxxers, but then this study came out of Sweden not so long ago.

There’s that pesky Reverse Transcriptase I kept asking about and no one could seem to answer me:

“Huh7 cells treated with BNT162b2 indicated increased nucleus distribution of LINE-1. PCR on genomic DNA of Huh7 cells exposed to BNT162b2 amplified the DNA sequence unique to BNT162b2. Our results indicate a fast up-take of BNT162b2 into human liver cell line Huh7, leading to changes in LINE-1 expression and distribution. We also show that BNT162b2 mRNA is reverse transcribed intracellularly into DNA in as fast as 6 h upon BNT162b2 exposure.”

Translated: human liver cells were tested in vitro (not in the body) by being exposed to the vax, which led to a fast up-take of the vax into the cell, leading to changes in gene expression and distribution. That last sentence tho….”We also show that the mRNA vax is reverse transcribed intracellularly (inside the cell) INTO the DNA in as fast as 6 hours upon exposure.” Doh!

Then there’s this webinar I wanted to attend but didn’t get the chance to, held by my own local research hospital:

I actually heard it referred to as gene therapy a LOT in the early days of it’s release, but suddenly that became a big hush-hush topic. We are not to speak of it.

My favorite is when people with NO science background drop into my comments or email and try to school me on how these vaccines work. I’m WELL aware of how they work. And the ONE question I’ve had since the start is “But what about reverse transcriptase?”

Reverse transcriptase is an enzyme that catalyzes the formation of DNA from an RNA template in reverse transcription. Meaning, it goes BACKWARDS.

Here’s a picture of how it works:

Surely, then, there’s a possibility that the mRNA from the vax can end up intermingled into our DNA? That’s what I kept asking.

I mean, we had data in May 2021 showing that SARS COV2, the actual virus itself, was capable of doing such a thing:

So, I’ll let you decide after combing through this information. I’m no mRNA vaccine expert, I just ask questions, find info and share it.

Here’s one more for the road:

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