Tuesday, January 3, 2023

mRNA vaccines in pork products? YGTBSM!!!


A few days ago, I mentioned that mRNA technology was soon to appear in vaccines for other diseases besides COVID-19.

I'm very concerned to learn that the mRNA technology used in most COVID-19 vaccines is being further developed to produce many other types of vaccines against many other illnesses, including a universal flu vaccine and a malaria vaccine.  Given mRNA vaccines' track record so far, my wife and I won't be getting those, either - not until there's a whole lot more work done to ensure the safety of that technology, and it's been clearly demonstrated.

There's more at the link.

Now comes news that is, if possible, even more disturbing.

Genvax Technologies, a startup dedicated to bringing advances in self-amplifying mRNA (saRNA) vaccine production to animal health, has secured $6.5 million in series seed funding.

United Animal Health led the financing with participation from Johnsonville Ventures, Iowa Corn Growers Association, Summit Agricultural Group and Ag Startup Engine. This investor coalition represents animal health, nutrition, feed, meat packers and consumer products in the fight against existing and emerging threats to the food supply chain.

“The threat posed to producers and consumers by foreign animal diseases like African swine fever (ASF) and constantly mutating variants of swine influenza is extraordinary,” Joel Harris, CEO and co-founder of Genvax Technologies, said in a release. “The goal is to develop a vaccine that matches 100% to the specific strain when a disease outbreak occurs."

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The company's proprietary saRNA platform allows for rapid development of herd-specific vaccines matched 100% to the variant strain circulating in an animal-production operation. By inserting a specific transgene or “gene of interest” (GOI) matched to the variant strain into the platform, the saRNA can generate an antibody response without requiring the whole pathogen, Genvax explained.

Again, more at the link.

Sounds exciting, doesn't it? . . . until one comes to the bit about "inserting a specific transgene or "gene of interest".  Wait a minute.  You're going to inject a new gene, distributed using the same mRNA technology that's blamed for many of the COVID-19 vaxx side-effects, into our food supply?

If this goes on, how can we trust pork and pork products to be safe to eat?  Oh, the technologists will doubtless scoff at such fears, and assure us that there's nothing to worry about - but they said that about the COVID-19 vaccines as well, didn't they?  Look how well that's worked out!

It's not just pork, either.  Other meat products may find themselves treated in the same way.  For that matter, scientists have already spoken of inserting mRNA vaccines into vegetables and fruit.  What if, over time, our entire food supply becomes a carrier of this stuff?

I may not be a scientist, and I lack their perspective on this:  but I can't help thinking that this may be one of the most dangerous, most potentially threatening technologies ever developed.  The further away we can keep it from our food supply, the better, as far as I'm concerned.  I foresee a bright future for farmers and smallholders who guarantee their produce to be mRNA-vaccine-free.  A lot of people like me will beat a path to their door, yelling "Take our money!  Please!"



Andrew Smith said...

Anything to make artificial meat more appealing, huh?

Xoph said...

I don't know about pork but 80% of cattle are raised by ranchers with 20 or fewer head. I doubt I will live long enough for TPTB to convince me this technology is safe for my animals.

There are small farmers that sell direct to consumers. Find one who you can know and trust to raise meat the way you want. I hope to be selling grass fed only this fall, takes time for the critters to grow.

MNW said...

I need to hunt more and buy more from the Amish

Phil said...

Xoph - What source did you get this from?

Glypto Dropem said...

If that comes to pass, only the urban EBT food purchasers will be buying and eating that shit. Those of us in the more rural areas will be consuming more traditional foods.

heresolong said...

GMO was basically banned in Europe because the Greenies got their knickers in a twist over "modified" food. Want to bet it will be illegal rather than required to label food treated with RMNA based vaccines so that we can't be conscientious and informed consumers?

BobF said...

I am obviously not freeze drying food fast enough for future use.

Eric Wilner said...

Cooking the pork to traditional standards ought to destroy any evil genetic material, though it won't destroy prions, nor various other nasties that the RNA may have coded for and the pig produced while alive.
Putting this stuff in foods normally consumed raw, or minimally cooked, on the other hand... that gets seriously scary.

Dov Sar said...

"I need to hunt more and buy more from the Amish"

NO! The Amish buy from whoever, and also they use artificial insemination for their animals. Very few Amish care about GMO.

Dov Sar said...

I read that mRNA jab is required for dairy cows down under.

RJ said...

If you think you're going to hunt more to avoid this, you need to take a minute and think about that.

If they're introducing mRNA vaccines to domesticated animals, the Departments of wildlife are going to do the same to the wild animals. The USDA already infected wild deer in Iowa with COVID.

Xoph said...

IF you're asking about the 80% I mentioned I don't remember where. I'm a small rancher using managed grazing so I read a fair amount of related material. The 20 head seems low to me; I have 7 but as I drive around my area many people have more. I have been through areas where many people have 1-2 cows. Number may be higher than 20, but wouldn't be by much.

Watch some video's on meat packing. Ranchers sell to feed lots and 5 big meat packers process the meat.

Drought caused many ranchers to sell off their cows. I'm in Alabama and my cows came from Indiana. Price of meat is going to go up once glut of drought cows has gotten through the system.

Local rancher and meat processor are way to go, you will at least know what you are getting.

deb harvey said...

read somewhere that the mode rna is put in water to be sprayed on lettuce and other veg
don't know if true but sounds like satan
nowhere safe
they may even put it in cloud seeding spray
hope they all go to hell...soon

boron said...

don't mess with my bacon!