TrustWHO?

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    • InternalExileUSA on: September 24, 2021 at 9:29 am #6266

      Amarynth, hope you don’t mind if I post a topic. I mentioned it earlier. The documentary is here:

      TRUSTWHO (2018)

      I think this documentary needs to be part of the conversation, otherwise we’re spinning our wheels (I mean this for the royal “we”, meaning myself first and foremost). It goes into Phillip Morris with smoking, Fukushima, Saars and of course our current trials and tribs. The pattern for where we are now is all there. No “conspiracy theory”. Right in your face, out in the open.

      I also found a very interesting article about Moderna from 2017. I think it fits very well with the doc link above​. Also, you might want to look at Moderna’s ticker price (MRNA) from last year or two years ago till today:

      “Lavishly funded Moderna hits safety problems in bold bid to revolutionize medicine” (1/10/2017)

      Lavishly funded Moderna hits safety problems in bold bid to revolutionize medicine

      This info is all part of the public record​. It’s right in front of anyone who chooses to look. A lot of people don’t want to look. I understand them.

      “From the start, Moderna’s scientists knew that using mRNA to spur protein production would be a tough task, so they scoured the medical literature for diseases that might be treated with just small amounts of additional protein.

      “And that list of diseases is very, very short,” said the former employee who described Bancel as needing a Hail Mary.

      Crigler-Najjar [disease] was the lowest-hanging fruit.

      Yet Moderna could not make its therapy work, former employees and collaborators said. The safe dose was too weak, and repeat injections of a dose strong enough to be effective had troubling effects on the liver in animal studies.”

      On and on we go, where this crazy-arsed shite ends nobody knows. Check out the WHO documentary, anybody?

      Skol and warm regards to all.  IEUSA

       

       

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