Massive collection of online anecdotal examples of peoples reactions to novel GM "Vaccine"



I always thought that insurance companies preferred death as it has cheaper payouts than long term treatment.



This… is really not good. The only silver lining is that this is an in vitro study & not an in vivo one.

It was theorised before:

Some other papers on human genome & viruses.


Archived link:

Video of Maria Bartilomo asking Moderna about the claims:


This paper was very interesting…

This effect happens with viral material but the big difference is the localized density in the liver after vaccination. Those are exceptional densities.

There were a few parts that really got my attention.

This is the single scariest quote in the paper.

In the BNT162b2 toxicity report, no genotoxicity nor carcinogenicity studies have
> been provided [26]. Our study shows that BNT162b2 can be reverse transcribed to DNA
in liver cell line Huh7, and this may give rise to the concern if BNT162b2-derived DNA
may be integrated into the host genome and affect the integrity of genomic DNA, which
may potentially mediate genotoxic side effects. At this stage, we do not know if DNA
reverse transcribed from BNT162b2 is integrated into the cell genome. Further studies
are needed to demonstrate the effect of BNT162b2 on genomic integrity, including whole
genome sequencing of cells exposed to BNT162b2, as well as tissues from human subjects
who received BNT162b2 vaccination

There is absolution no even basic safety information on how the vaccine effect the human body. None.

Then there is this paragraph that got my attention.

In the current study, we employed a human liver cell line for in vitro investigation.
It is worth investigating if the liver cells also present the vaccine-derived SARS-CoV-2 spike
protein, which could potentially make the liver cells targets for previously primed spike
protein reactive cytotoxic T cells. There has been case reports on individuals who developed
> autoimmune hepatitis [39] after BNT162b2 vaccination

And finally.

The cell model that we used in this study is a carcinoma cell line, with active DNA
replication which differs from non-dividing somatic cells. It has also been shown that
Huh7 cells display significant different gene and protein expression including upregulated
proteins involved in RNA metabolism [56]. However, cell proliferation is also active in
several human tissues such as the bone marrow or basal layers of epithelia as well as
during embryogenesis, and it is therefore necessary to examine the effect of BNT162b2
on genomic integrity under such conditions. Furthermore, effective retrotransposition of
LINE-1 has also been reported in non-dividing and terminally differentiated cells, such as
human neurons [57,58].

What this means is that most cells in the body should be immune to this effect. Except for bone marrow cells, body / organ surface cells and embryos. And maybe some brains cells too.

Thats a lot vectors for long term problems.


My concern reading just this one part… “into the human genome”, does that mean it potential or actually becomes a heritable trait?

If offspring would be viable at this point, but you get my point.


It would have to go to germ cell lines. In women, these actually form when still a foetus in utero. They then undergo some meiosis (splitting) but stop part of the way. Each cycle after puberty, one of these immature ova then mature. But it’s been present since before birth.

Men are constantly producing sperm from germ cells through adulthood & there were reports that the liposomes can travel to the testes.

But who knows. There were no reproductive toxicity or genotoxicity studies done. So maybe is just effect mesenchymal stem cells (bone marrow). R developing embryos. Or sperm production. Or nothing. Or everything.

But it’s not really been looked at & there are valid concerns.


I wonder if this case counts an an adverse reaction?



The Pfizer docs are coming out. Analysis is beyond my abilities but that’s some list of adverse reactions beginning on p.30.


Leone et al, more bad news. Autoimmune disorder creates a syndrome similar to hemophilia with pathologic bleeding (tongue, joints). Can begin several months after taking it. Lesson learned is to be vigilant and on both thrombosis and bleeding. Related unless proven otherwise.


Wang et al, non-sterilizing evolutionary pressures among prevalent strains. Long lasting induced Spike protein creates the antibody ecosystem to encourage dominant and more infectious strains to move forward. The more is forced the worse it gets.


Nothing “Safe and Effective” like 9 pages of adverse events of special interest that were withheld from the public


“This is the appendix of possible adverse events, the actual adverse events noted are on page 16. Geez, people literally just copy and paste what others say without reading the entire document…:roll_eyes:


That list is consistent with the broad areas of adverse events from failed mRNA clinical trials. Thats why the previous trials failed.

Although what is disturbing is how many are directly related to immune system disruption / dysfunction. None of the failed mRNA trials had enough subjects or continued long enough for most of those immune system problems to develop to that degree.

I think we are looking at a long term clinical adverse health impairment rate of as high as 1 in 1000 (or even higher) with those sort of problems. Which are catastrophic numbers from a public health policy point of view.


Separately, I assume he’s a trans type - or just a ‘Joachim Low sort’?





Pfizer in the news again.