Five items on the experimental mRNA injections planned for the world

We at VladTepesBlog, commit to not referring to this product as a vaccine, because in no way shape or form is this experimental method of treatment a vaccine other than its method of delivery. It would be like making some mutagenic substance into a pill and calling it an antibiotic. The only similarity would be the shape of the thing and that you would swallow it.

1. 87,000 Dutch Health care workers commit to not taking the injection

Also in Nursing News.

Amid random reports of reactions to vaccine surfacing at different parts of the world, here comes a sharp refusal from thousands of healthcare workers. Around 87,000 nurses refused ‘experimental’ Covid-19 vaccine in the Netherlands, even as the Prime Minister Mark Rutte announced a strict five-week lockdown. Cases in the Netherlands saw a steep rise after the celebrations of Saint Nocholas’ birthday on Dec 5.

At a recent hearing of the Covid-19 Extra pulmonary Inquiry committee, Dr. Elke De Klerk from the Netherlands said she supports 87,000 nurses who resolved to refuse the Covid-19 vaccine because they don’t want to be a guinea pig. “We are also starting a lawsuit to bring a really large group of doctors and a really large group of nurses because we have contact with 87,000 nurses that do want the vaccine that is being prepared for us. They are not willing to be the guinea pigs.”

Netizens react

Even as London Assembly Member tweeted the news, several were quick to join the debate. “Morons pushing something experimental as mandatory should immediately go to the front of the vaccine-line and get a double shot.,” said some while others called out loud for whistle blowers. 

2. Video on Reuters article about a 32 year old doctor rushed to intensive care after receiving the injection of the experimental mRNA treatment.

3. Of course you can always just say No. I wonder what Nancy Reagan would say about this though:

Socialist Spain keeps register of vaccine refusers – 27 countries receive list of names

On Sunday, Socialist-led Spain began administering the controversial gene-altering Chinese coronavirus vaccination, with a plan to vaccinate 2.3 million people over the next 12 weeks. The names of Spaniards who refuse the vaccine will be documented in a special register. The country’s Health Minister, Salvador Illa, said that the authorities will share the list with the European Union and its 27 member states.

The Health Minister announced that the “vaccination will remain voluntary” and that “the list will not be made public.” “The only way to beat the virus is the vaccine,” said Illa. “You do it not only for yourself, but also out of solidarity with others.” Another purpose for collecting Spaniards names will be to “study the possible reasons for reluctance in different population groups,” he added.

The Health Minister, claims at this point “there will be no public list” but they will share citizens names and private information with the European Union’s member states. The best strategy to ensure the success of the coronavirus vaccination campaign “is not so much sanction or threat, but conviction and persuasion.”

4. Doctor Heinrich Fiechtner warns “its a killer vaccine”

5. Oregon Health Care Worker Hospitalized After Getting COVID-19 Vaccine

A health care worker in Oregon was hospitalized this week after suffering a severe allergic reaction to Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccine.

The worker is employed by Wallowa Memorial Hospital. The worker, who was not identified, is recovering at a hospital after experiencing the reaction, or anaphylaxis, the Oregon Health Authority said in a statement.

The hospital shared the authority’s statement but gave no further information.

The reaction was one of the first reported to Moderna’s vaccine, which was authorized at a later date than the one made by Pfizer and BioNTech. A Moderna spokesperson didn’t respond to a request for comment.

According to the Food and Drug Administration, there is “a remote chance” that Moderna’s vaccine could cause a severe allergic reaction. The reaction would usually occur within a few minutes to one hour after getting injected, drug regulators said in a fact sheet.

Many many years ago, in a discussion with a lawyer about the push to make cigarettes damn near impossible to get and unaffordable to indulge in here in Canada, this lawyer, who was otherwise quite a reasonable person and on side with many issues took a very different tack on my position on the issue of tobacco use.

He explained to me that tobacco companies were crazy wealthy. That they had mercenary armies in 3rd world countries. In retrospect, armies would likely be an exaggeration. But big tobacco having many mercenaries on the payroll seems quite likely. He explained that these companies affected government policies in many nations in ways that went from the less than ethical to the downright Bond villain. That stopping them will take unfair legislation. That this is what he worked on.

I have no doubts he was telling me the truth. He claimed to have all the evidence in his filing cabinets. And so we might ask ourselves how much more powerful pharmaceutical companies are, and what they would be willing to do, to make sure their products, ideas and policies are the ones that get implemented, and what they might do to protect their fiefdoms.

Does anyone know how that nurse is doing who passed out from the injection of the mRNA treatment?


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22 Replies to “Five items on the experimental mRNA injections planned for the world”

    • Why don’t we burn all the forests on earth and let the smoke block out the sun and save us from climate change? What could possibly go wrong…?

  1. The nurse Tiffany Dover has not been seen yet. The hospital released a bizarre photo of a lot of nurses there and someone who might or might not have been her because everybody was masked. Why bizarre? Because all the nurses in the photo held signs about “supporting Tiffany Dover.” Huh? Why does she need PR? All she needs to do is come out on social media and show she is ok.

    • Packing fresh-scraped cowpox scabs into a person’s arm as a vaccination against smallpox is pretty scary too. No cow – vaca – no vaca-nation at all.

      I know an Israeli who’s been treating cancer with mRNA technology for at least 15 years. It isn’t as far out as cowpox scabs, but C-19 isn’t smallpox either.

      The Promise of mRNA Vaccines

      Long before Moderna’s and Pfizer’s COVID-19 shots, scientists had been considering the use of genetically encoded vaccines in the fight against infectious diseases, cancer, and more.

        • Um… you don’t vaccinate the sick, lol

          A healthy skepticism is important, for the genocides of islam, Communism and the emerging Transexualism, show that in the name of Good all forms of barbarism are possible.. You just have to hate yourself first, in order to hate others more.

        • We’ve let the cat out of the bag that the PRC can cause chaos throughout the world. We will need this vaccine technique, the sooner the better. We can honorably bear a risk so that others do not need to.
          How much better it would have been had we put on a calm face and walked away from the PRC fears, enduring any excess deaths as we would have endured wartime losses.

    • “Will a mRNA vaccine alter my DNA?
      Some of the COVID-19 vaccines use messenger RNA to provoke an immune response. But what exactly is this genetic material, and how does it interact with the DNA in our cells?

      15 December 2020

      Messenger RNA (mRNA) is found in all living cells. These strands of genetic code act as chemical intermediaries between the DNA in our chromosomes and the cellular machinery that produces the proteins we need to function: mRNA provides the instructions this machinery needs to assemble these proteins.

      mRNA isn’t the same as DNA, and it can’t combine with our DNA to change our genetic code.

      However, mRNA isn’t the same as DNA, and it can’t combine with our DNA to change our genetic code. It is also relatively fragile, and will only hang around inside a cell for about 72 hours, before being degraded.

      The manufacturing ability of our cells extends beyond human proteins. When we are infected with a virus – including relatively harmless viruses like those that cause the common cold – these invaders inject their genetic material into our cells, resulting in pieces of mRNA encoding viral proteins being sent to our protein-making machinery. Doing so enables the virus to assemble new viral particles out of these proteins, and spread. Although mRNA vaccines are a relatively new technology, they are based on the same ancient premise: delivering mRNA into our cells, which they will use to manufacture a viral protein.

      Some viruses like HIV can integrate their genetic material into the DNA of their hosts, but this isn’t true of all viruses, and HIV can only do so with the help of specialised enzymes that it carries with it. MRNA vaccines don’t carry these enzymes, so there is no risk of the genetic material they contain altering our DNA.

      The RNA vaccines being developed for COVID-19 all provide instructions for making the same viral protein: the coronavirus ‘spike’ protein used by the virus to gain entry to our cells. Preclinical studies indicated that it was highly immunogenic, meaning that if our immune cells encounter this protein, they will mount a strong response, which should protect recipients against future COVID-19 disease. Once our cells have manufactured the viral protein, it is displayed on their surfaces, where passing immune cells can spot it and respond.

      To produce an mRNA vaccine, scientists create a synthetic version of mRNA encoding the spike protein. This is packaged inside fatty parcels, to make it easier for the mRNA to cross the outer membranes of cells, which are also made of fatty material.

      Once inside the cell, the mRNA comes into contact with protein making-machinery, which is located in the jelly-like cytoplasm filling the cell. It doesn’t enter the nucleus, which is where our chromosomes are stored.

      The Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine is the first mRNA vaccine to be approved for use in humans, but the technology underpinning it has been in development for the past two decades. And although people are understandably concerned about the rollout of any new medical technology, a very similar principle underpins ‘viral vector vaccines’, such as the rVSV-ZEBOV vaccine used to protect people against Ebola. It was extensively used during the recent Kivu Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) and Uganda, with more than 300,000 people receiving the vaccine. The vaccine was also deployed during an earlier outbreak of Ebola.

      Here, a weakened version of a cattle virus called vesicular stomatitis virus is modified to carry a gene for an Ebola protein. Once inside the cell, messenger RNA for that Ebola protein is generated and fed into the cell’s protein-making machinery.”

  2. As long as they keep insisting that hydroxychloroquine is 100% ineffective against the COVID-19 virus when they know damn well they are lying I remain convinced that the whole thing is a hoax and they want it to be as big a “crisis” as they can fabricate. The overall death rates in Canada for 2020 are not above average which they would be if we were living through an actual plague. Old sick people have always died of pneumonia brought on by a cold or flu. That’s what happens at the end of the journey…

    You know what really bugs me. Young people today can’t even think of getting married and buying a house and having a family, while the government and the media are so busy chasing hoaxes that they don’t even bring up the important stuff – which is not climate change or bullying or transgender issues or endemic racism. Young people not being able to live their lives is a big huge honking deal and we’re ignoring it. Damm!!!

    • Chris, most of us don’t want to think about what happens at “the end of the journey.” We can talk about sex, money and power ad infinitum, show all their aspects in vivid color, but death? It’s the unthinkable, that which can’t be discussed even though it comes to all. Death is the last taboo.

      I think that the ignorance of the true meaning of life and the fear of death leads us to the hubris of thinking we can conquer nature, make money from it, all in the name of altruism, and not make huge mistakes that will impact humanity for a long time.

  3. “Does anyone know how that nurse is doing who passed out from the injection of the mRNA treatment?”

    “Social media users have been sharing posts that claim that the nurse who fainted after receiving the COVID-19 vaccine is dead. This claim is false: the Catholic Health Initiatives (CHI) Memorial Hospital in Chattanooga, Tennessee, where Nurse Manager Tiffany Dover works, confirmed to Reuters that she is well.”

    I am fine too. Scond Pfizer’s COVID-19 shot due this week.

      • Yes, balance makes us stronger. But something rings wrong in that if she faints every time she feels pain, is she a psychopath since she works with pain and blood before her eyes on a daily basis but only her pain affects her?

  4. This is an excellent article from the American Institute of Economic Research. “15 signs that you are in an abusive relationship with the government” The article lays out the abuse in clear language and tells you how to take back your life.

  5. Global Canada funding of the “Canadian Shield” that is proving hard lockdowns for Canada. This thread provides some information on who is behind the organization and its funding.


    Portuguese health worker, 41, dies two days after getting the Pfizer covid vaccine as her father says he ‘wants answers’

    A Portuguese health worker has died two days after getting the Pfizer coronavirus vaccine.

    Sonia Acevedo, 41, suffered a ‘sudden death’ at home on New Year’s Day 48 hours after receiving the jab. An autopsy is expected to take place later today or tomorrow.

    The mother-of-two, who worked in paediatrics at the Portuguese Institute of Oncology in Porto, is not said to have suffered any adverse side-effects after being vaccinated.

    Ms Acevedo’s father Abilio Acevedo told Portuguese daily Correio da Manha: ‘She was okay. She hadn’t had any health problems.

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