by Igor Chudov
This post exposes lies and omissions by Moderna and “fact checkers”, who dishonestly claimed that mRNA injections cannot change human DNA. I will show that during this time, Moderna was secretly working behind the scenes to modify human genes.
I recently wrote a series of posts about mRNA “Covid Vaccines”, unexpectedly reverse transcribing into human DNA and creating strange DNA genetic codes in human cells, including code of a p130 tumor gene, as well as permanent DNA code to produce spike protein.
While this was contrary to the promises of how “Covid Vaccine makes harmless spike protein and goes away in 2-3 days”, more and more science experiments confirm that mRNA “Covid vaccines” have far-reaching and disturbing permanent genetic effects.
Since then, I came across new information about Moderna going full speed with commercializing mRNA technology that alters and purposely edits human DNA.
This is incredibly dangerous.
Amazingly enough, this news was not reported widely in mainstream media.
First, read my two previous articles if you have not yet:
The glowing and uncritical article in Fierce Biotech, inadvertently confirmed some of the allegations highlighted in my articles.
- Moderna has been working actively on modifying human DNA in the past — DNA modification was a work in progress, not a “known impossibility”
- Therefore Moderna knew that mRNA technology is capable of altering human DNA
- Moderna knew full well that its mRNA nanoparticles target the human liver
A statement from Moderna made in 2021, therefore, was already known to Moderna to be false:
Now that Moderna is commercializing mRNA gene-editing after having worked on it for years, we know that the above statement was a lie.
What is Moderna seeking in this Metagenomi deal?
It appears to be two things:
- A “system that allows for precise integration of large DNA fragments into genomes”. As we know, Moderna’s mRNA Covid vax does create DNA segments, however, they might not be properly integrated into our 23 chromosomes and thus could express themselves in an uncontrolled manner.In more detail above, “Our research presented at ASGCT describes how our first-in-class programmable CAST gene editing system can be used to precisely integrate large fragments of DNA into target genomes and the potential of these systems in the development of both ex vivo and in vivo gene therapies.”
- Additionally, while Moderna excelled at creating nanoparticles that preferentially settle in liver, ovaries, testes, etc and create long-living Spike-producing DNA, it does not have core competence in deciding what specific gene edits can be commercialized: “Metagenomi’s discovery platform finds DNA from natural samples that can be sequenced to create new tools for gene editing.”
Should we applaud or fear these highly secret developments?
Allure and Dangers of Gene Editing
First of all, gene editing is a topic that we need to think about, rationally, extremely critically, but with an open mind. For example, according to 23andme, I supposedly have a “diabetes gene”. This is not a gene that I would like to have, or pass to my offspring. (too late) I am aware that “diabetes genes” are not completely negative and they offer some survival advantages. However, editing out a diabetes gene is something that I can at least entertain as an intellectual possibility.
The dangers of gene editing are multifold. For those, like me, who believe in evolution: our genetic systems evolved for billions of years, through evolution, incremental improvement, and trial and a lot of error on a planetary scale.
The result of this billion-year evolution is decidedly imperfect, but results in a working, resilient, sophisticated and robust human and animal ecosystem where different and diverse animals and humans live, grow, fight, reproduce, resist diseases, etc. As the last two years showed, we humans can easily fight off even the worst lab viruses created by evil experimenters, using our innate immune systems evolved over millennia.
For those of us who believe in God, human genetics was designed by God for us to be in His image, to be used by us to live, think, make mistakes, fall in love and reproduce. Our genes make us wonderfully diverse.
The genetic code, for religious people, is literally God’s program for every human being. Changing this (as opposed to fixing bodily injuries by surgery, for example) is a direct affront to God’s coding of our most sacrosanct internal “program”.
Human gene editing is by its nature “transhumanist”, where human bodies are altered to go beyond our natural path of development.
Thus, even though we people can think about anything, including “gene editing”, we need to look at it with maximal skepticism.
Whether we believe in God or in evolution, in any case, our current human knowledge and safety procedures are simply not there to support something as dangerous and far-reaching as gene editing.
What can go wrong? Let me give you a shortlist that I would like to augment by what you would also suggest in your comments:
- We have essentially no oversight of gene editing. Moderna is conducting potentially very dangerous “gene editing” experiments in total secrecy. The fact of “total secrecy” surrounding experimentation on most basic human code is by itself an abomination and likely unethical, if not outright criminal.
- We have no independent press that reaches the general population, that is capable of any kind of skepticism or questioning towards the “sacred cows of Covid”, that is, Pfizer and Moderna. These billion-dollar corporations throw their ad purchases, lawyers, lobbyists, etc and shamelessly hire regulators coming out of the revolving door or government.Our newborns do not have lawyers or lobbyists. All they have is their God-given genes.
- Many genetic changes have far-reaching and not at all obvious consequences. Genes do not operate like on/off switches. They epigenetically express themselves depending on conditions, just as computer code with IF or WHILE statements is also executed conditionally. Thus, changing one gene may have completely unintended consequences down the line, decades or generations later, same as with software codes.
- Changing genes, especially involving germline, not only reprograms the individual but also alters the genetic code passed to the offspring. The genes, during conception and fetal development, interact in unobvious ways that affect the development and lifetime fate of newborn persons and their offspring. A “minor” gene edit may amount to reprogramming the entire humanity as the genes proliferate over the generations.
- Changing genes pertaining to human behavior may short circuit our social systems. For example, editing out genes causing people to be nonconformist (and possibly troublesome), may result in subsequent generations being unable to question or resist their masters.
As the last two years have shown, “science” failed us in numerous ways:
- Sars-Cov-2 is likely a lab product that has killed millions
- The scientists who developed it attempted to cover up their own role
- Same people as above are pretending to be our saviors and “health authorities and experts”
- Generally, scientists are unwilling to risk their funding or jobs to object too dangerous, but lucrative products such as “mRNA Covid vaccines”, or gene editing projects
Thus, trusting “scientists” who are undertaking for-profit projects involving huge financial windfalls, but potentially damaging future generations, is simply insane.
I changed my mind: Do not touch my diabetes gene, please. And do not tread on my genes.
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