mRNA technology has been gaining much attention in recent years due to its potential in revolutionizing medicine. mRNA, or messenger ribonucleic acid, is a type of genetic material that plays a crucial role in the process of protein synthesis. This technology is currently being used in the development of vaccines, including the COVID-19 vaccine, as well as in cancer therapy and other medical applications. While there is a lot of excitement surrounding this new technology, there are also some health concerns and legal issues that need to be considered.
One of the main concerns with mRNA technology is its potential for long-term health effects, mostly because there is no ability to see long-term effects and it was designed by one of the most corrupt private business establishments on Earth, with exactly zero credibility with those thinking persons who choose to pay attention and are not brainwashed with half a rag.
There is a valid concern that the technology could cause an immune reaction in the body that could lead to autoimmune diseases or other health problems. It’s no surprise that the rise in these and other major chronic health problems can easily be traced along the same timelines as chemical and genetic modification of our food industry.
Another concern with mRNA technology is its potential for genetic manipulation. Since mRNA plays a key role in the process of protein synthesis, it could theoretically be used to modify or manipulate genes in the body. While this technology is currently being used to develop vaccines and cancer therapies, there is a fear that it could be used for more nefarious purposes such as creating “designer babies” or other forms of genetic engineering.
In addition to these health concerns, there are also some legal issues surrounding the use of mRNA technology. One significant legal issue surrounding mRNA technology is the issue of fully informed consent. Since this technology is so new and complex, it can be difficult for patients to fully understand the risks and benefits of using it. Additionally, there is some concern that patients may not be fully aware of how their genetic information is being used or who has access to it. This has led to calls for greater transparency and accountability in the use of mRNA technology.
One of the most concerning legal issues surrounding the use of mRNA technology is the violation of individual rights if pharmaceuticals are added to food without people’s permission. There have been instances in which pharmaceutical companies have added their products to food or water supplies without informing the public or obtaining their consent. This practice, known as “mass medication,” has raised ethical concerns about individual autonomy and medical decision-making.
The primary concern with mass medication is that it undermines the fundamental right of individuals to make personal medical decisions. When pharmaceuticals are added to food or water without consent, people are forced to consume these substances regardless of their personal beliefs or medical history. This can be particularly concerning for those with allergies or other medical conditions that may be exacerbated by the added pharmaceuticals.
Another concern with mass medication is the potential for unintended health consequences. (Such has physical, mental, and emotional effects) Since individuals have no control over the dosage or timing of the medication they are consuming, there is a risk of overdose or adverse reactions. Additionally, since many pharmaceuticals have different effects depending on the person’s medical history, there is a risk that the medication could interact with other medications or cause unintended “side” effects.
Labeling issues also pose a concern for the use of mRNA technology in food and medicine. Since this technology is still relatively new, there is currently no standardized labeling system for products that contain mRNA. This can make it difficult for consumers to make informed decisions about what they are consuming and whether it is safe for them. Although some would argue a more logical stance that labeling is just another form of consent to things that are not in our best interest, so outlawing the entire plan seems to be the best course of action.
But we haven’t even kicked GMOs to the curb yet, so it looks like we are at an impass once again.
Step up and force these evil creatures to end their reign of terror, for-profit, and control, over our lives, or take back our power with an exit strategy from this “matrix” game altogether and reestablish our sovereignty through our more natural and effective parallel structure of tribal society independent from “industries” and their captive governments.