Individual rights vs globalist agenda

The right to bodily integrity, especially the right to refuse a vaccine, has taken on more urgency since the advent of the warp-speed-produced COVID-19 vaccines. Those injections were developed, approved, and rolled out to the public in record time, paving the way for the introduction of additional mRNA vaccines, and additional challenges to individual control over one’s body.

The loss of bodily integrity already became pronounced as the dangers of the COVID-19 vaccines (and vaccines in general) came to the fore. Too many people were injured by the “safe and effective” vaccines, became suspicious of the myriad boosters being pushed by public health politicians, and/or resented being coerced to get injected to save their jobs or even to receive needed medical attention for illnesses unrelated to the virus.

New mRNA vaccine technologies in the works – what could go wrong?

Now, new technologies in the pipeline that the pharmaceutical industry hopes will take mRNA vaccine production to new heights may be even more cause for alarm. These technologies create concern that, in the future, it may be difficult, if not impossible, to distinguish between medication, food, and vaccines. Here are three of them:

  • An mRNA pill Big Pharma hopes will be “more palatable” for those who just don’t like injections. The pills would have the added feature of entering directly into the gastrointestinal tract, making it an efficient means of providing therapy to those with digestive issues. Currently, it’s been found to successfully deliver mRNA into the digestive systems of mice and pigs. Trials in larger animals and people are still necessary to obtain FDA approval.[1]
  • A method whereby tobacco plants will grow vaccines instead of growing or synthesizing them in a lab. The plants are transformed into mini bioreactors in a process called agroinfiltration or vacuum infiltration.

The plants soak up a group of bacteria that naturally infects the plants which have had been altered to contain a snip of the virus DNA. The bacteria then transfer the DNA to the plant cells which make millions of copies of virus-like particles which are said to be non-infectious. After several days the plants are harvested and the particles are extracted, purified, and packaged.[2]

  • Turning edible plants, such as lettuce, into mRNA vaccine factories which will produce vaccines. This disconcerting method could allow a single plant to vaccinate a person.

We are testing this approach with spinach and lettuce and have long-term goals of people growing it in their own gardens,” [Juan Pablo] Giraldo [an associate professor in UC Riverside’s Department of Botany and Plant Sciences who is leading the research] said. “Farmers could also eventually grow entire fields of it.[3]

Food for thought (pun intended)

At the moment, none of these methods of mRNA vaccine delivery have been FDA-approved; most are still in exploratory or trial phases. Here are some questions to consider in the meantime:

  • Is there a possibility of cross-contamination of other plants, even those in fields far away, if vaccines are grown in plants?
  • Will growing edible plants as vaccines:
    1. undermine people’s trust in the safety of their food if they cannot guarantee what they are eating is free from vaccines?
    2. prevent individuals who suffer vaccine adverse effects from ever making the connection between the vaccine and their illness?
    3. allow for the introduction of bioweapons into the food supply?
  • Would public health officials push the addition of vaccines to pills containing common medications in an effort to expand vaccine compliance (as combination vaccinations like MMR and DTaP increase compliance but remove the ability of parents to choose to give their child just one of the vaccinations, as they are no longer provided separately)?

Important questions on a more basic level:

  1. Will informed consent become a relic of the past?
  2. Would this enable manufacturers to further avoid accountability beyond the 1986 act than the PREP act?
  3. What mechanisms will be in place to ensure that all unanswered questions about the safety of the COVID-19 mRNA vaccine will be addressed, including those that have previously been “overlooked, such as  the biodistribution of vaccine mRNA in the body and the capacity for DNA damage (as related by  some researchers)?[4]

What we can know

It is uncertain whether we will ever receive answers to the above questions. However, one thing is for sure — in the future, whichever vaccine delivery platforms are approved, the public will be “asked” to comply for the “benefit of society.” That benefit is less than certain, while the benefit to Big Pharma and the biotech industry is guaranteed. And, an individual’s basic right to bodily integrity and to refuse a vaccine will be far from guaranteed.

To the extent that globalism requires a sacrifice of individual rights in the transition to a global collective, the scorecard on mRNA technology is established: Globalists: 1, public: 0.