Vaccinating millions of people with an artificial adeno-corona-virus vaccination would mean the greatest intervention in the human genome ever performed by human hands.

The dangers of fighting corona with ‘genetic vaccines’

Corona vaccines—which will be introduced into the human body through artificial transmission of carrier viruses (adenoviruses) around the world—present an unpredictable risk.

The following information was not written by opponents of vaccines. Side effect-free vaccines on a protein (peptide) basis offer a new means of fighting serious diseases such as cancer.

The situation is different with ‘genetic vaccines’, whose active principle is based on the introduction of genetic material (DNA or RNA) into human cells. This technology is still in the experimental stage and, as of today, is associated with serious side effects. Their long-term side effects—due to the introduction of artificial genes into the DNA of human cells—are currently completely uncontrollable.

A mass use of this technology, such as the currently propagated vaccines from Russia, China, England, and other countries, could change the genetic makeup of mankind irreversibly, for generations to come.

The worldwide uproar over the Russian ‘Sputnik’ vaccine—which is based on such a technology— shows that all scientists know how dangerous this technology is in principle. Nobody can say now that he/she does not know this.

This makes it even more important that the dangers associated with this experimental vaccination technology are explained to people all over the world in an accessible way, particularly because there is now scientific evidence that certain micronutrients are an effective and side effect-free means of preventing the cellular coronavirus infection from spreading.

Adenoviruses are highly infectious viruses that are transmitted by droplet transfer. Like all viruses, these viruses can penetrate not only into human cells, but also into the cell nucleus, the DNA.

Pharmaceutical companies are currently exploiting this ability to introduce a piece of genetic material (genetic vaccine) against corona viruses into human cells. The aim is to reprogram these human cells so that the viruses can no longer bind via the ACE2 receptors.

In order to reduce the obvious risk of infection to vaccinated patients by the carrier adenovirus, attempts are being made to reduce the ability of this virus to multiply in the patient’s body. This technology of genetic manipulation of the vaccine carrier adenovirus is also only in its early stages.

With the challenge of the corona pandemic, all concerns about this technology—which has been associated with uncontrollable risks up to now—have been thrown overboard. If the pharmaceutical companies and some governments have their way, millions of people will now be injected with these high-risk ‘genetic vaccines’. The fact that hundreds of millions of people will thus be guinea pigs for a vaccination technology that cannot be controlled is obviously being accepted.

There are countless studies on side effects (see below). The biggest problem with adenoviruses is that there are no vaccines or drugs that can fight adenoviruses in case of illness. They are very persistent and cannot be killed with simple means. These viruses are highly contagious and are spread by droplet transmission; in the worst cases they can remain in the body for several weeks. Currently therapies only aim to relieve the symptoms; patients are forced to sit out the disease, which can last between two and four weeks.

That is not only likely, it is the very principle of this ‘genetic vaccination’.

Yes. All manipulations that are made in the DNA of human cells through genetic vaccination are potentially able to ‘jump over’ to the reproductive cells of the body. There is currently no scientifically proven way to prevent this.

Incalculable—and irreversible. Vaccinating millions of people with an artificial adeno-corona-virus vaccination would mean the greatest intervention in the human genome ever performed by human hands.

The following list offers corresponding studies and further information sorted by symptoms: