Investigation Reveals Presence of HIV-Infected Green Monkey DNA in COVID-19 Vaccines (VIDEO)

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Investigation Reveals Presence of HIV-Infected Green Monkey DNA in COVID-19 Vaccines (VIDEO)

HIV-infected green monkey DNA has been discovered in both Pfizer and Moderna’s mRNA COVID-19 vaccines, according to a recent study. This alarming finding raises concerns about the safety and potential risks associated with these vaccines. The study was conducted by microbiologist Kevin McKernan, a former researcher and team leader for the MIT Human Genome project, and Dr. Sucharit Bhakdi, who is an expert in autoimmune diseases.

The study found that in addition to the spike protein and mRNA present in the vaccines, there is also simian virus 40 (SV40) promoters, which have long been suspected of causing cancer in humans. SV40 has been linked to mesotheliomas, lymphomas, and cancers of the brain and bone. The presence of SV40 promoters in the vaccines indicates that they may be altering the human genome and causing the production of the spike protein, which can trigger the immune system to attack its own cells.

The DNA contamination in the vaccines was detected through various methods, and it was found to exceed the regulatory limits set by the European Medicines Agency (EMA) and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). This suggests that governments and drug companies have misled the public about the safety of these vaccines. The study also raises concerns about the potential integration of double-stranded DNA into the human genome, which could have long-term implications.

The contamination of the vaccines with SV40 promoters and other DNA fragments is believed to be a result of poor quality control during the manufacturing process. McKernan explains that DNA contamination can lead to anaphylactic reactions, which may explain the high rate of adverse reactions observed with these vaccines. The Pfizer vaccine, in particular, has been found to contain an SV40 promoter, which is known to drive aggressive gene expression and is derived from a cancer-causing virus.

The presence of double-stranded DNA in the vaccines poses risks in itself, even without genetic modification. It can interfere with cellular processes and potentially cause partial expression of genes. The modified RNA in the vaccines, which is designed to resist breakdown, also raises concerns as it can persist in the body and contribute to the production of the spike protein.

The study’s findings have significant implications for the safety and efficacy of mRNA vaccines, not only for COVID-19 but also for other diseases. McKernan and Bhakdi argue that all mRNA vaccines, whether for human or animal use, should be immediately halted due to the magnitude of the risks involved.

This study highlights the importance of rigorous quality control measures in vaccine manufacturing and the need for transparent and accurate information about the safety and potential risks of vaccines. It calls into question the regulatory agencies’ oversight and raises concerns about the long-term effects of these vaccines on human health.