A March 10, 2021 article in the British Medical Journal (BMJ) relates how the European Medicines Agency (EMA) was the victim of a “cyberattack” and information obtained as a result was published on the Dark Web and “several journalists – including those from The BMJ – and academics worldwide were sent copies of the leaks”.
The BMJ reports that “regulators had major concerns over unexpectedly low quantities of intact mRNA in batches of the vaccine developed for commercial production.”
According to the BMJ, EMA scientists whose job it was to look at quality control aspects of the Pfizer mRNA Covid-19 vaccine “worried about ‘truncated and modified mRNA species present in the finished product.’”
The difference in the integrity of the RNA in the vaccine was described as “significant…from around 78% to 55%” between “the clinical batches and proposed commercial batches”.
Worse, an email by “high ranking” EMA official reportedly said that the cause of the problem was unknown – and that the consequences of the quality control problem in terms of the vaccine’s safety or effectiveness had “yet to be defined”.
So what does this mean? Basically the EMA is concerned about quality control issues with the Pfizer/BioNTech mRNA Covid-19 vaccine – but you and I would have had no idea about this if the EMA systems had not been successfully hacked by a person (or people) who chose share this information with the BMJ and others. (The cyberattack is the focus of a criminal investigation.)
The EMA cyberattack, in my opinion, has revealed a significant quality control problem with the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine. Why? Because in order for an mRNA vaccine to produce the desired immune response the vaccine should contain the correct mRNA. (In the case of mRNA vaccines developed for Covid-19, the mRNA is supposed to provide the code for the spike protein from the virus known as SARS-CoV-2. In the trials of the Pfizer/BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine, a 30 microgram dose of the mRNA that codes for the spike protein was determined to be the best dose.)
If an mRNA vaccine contains “truncated” or “modified” mRNA, when the vaccine is injected into a person and the mRNA reaches the ribosomes inside their cells, those ribosomes will take that take “truncated” or “modified” mRNA and produce a protein (or proteins) that differ from the spike protein that should be produced by a vaccine recipient’s cells after s/he has been injected with a vaccine that contains just the correct mRNA.
What are the consequence of being injected with an mRNA vaccine that codes for a protein (or proteins) other than the spike protein from the SARS-CoV-2 virus?
We don’t know.
It’s possible that the “truncated” or “modified” mRNA might cause the body to produce a protein (or proteins) that turn out to be harmless or even beneficial.
It’s also possible that being injected with a vaccine that contains “truncated” or “modified” mRNA might result in the production of proteins that have extremely harmful results – such as stimulating the production of antibodies that attack the body’s own tissues resulting in acute or chronic autoimmune disease.
In relation to this possibility, it is worth noting that Miami obstetrician Dr. Gregory Michael died in January 2021 within three weeks of receiving the Pfizer/BioNTech mRNA Covid-19 vaccine. Dr. Michael developed a severe autoimmune condition that destroyed all of his platelets within three days of receiving the shot and subsequently suffered a fatal haemorrhagic stroke when his condition could not be treated successfully a “team of expert doctors”. https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=10157817790183977&id=648648976 Dr. Michael is not the only recipient of this vaccine to have developed autoimmune problems; other worrying reports of autoimmune problems (such as Guillain Barre Syndrome) occurring shortly after Covid-19 vaccination may be found by searching in the VAERS database.
Did Dr. Michael (or others who have developed autoimmune conditions after being injected with mRNA Covid-19 vaccines) receive a shot that contained “truncated” or “modified” mRNA?
Unless whoever is in charge of the vaccination programme in the areas where affected people live (or lived) has been keeping one or more samples of each batch of the Pfizer/BioNTech mRNA Covid-19 vaccine in the deep freeze (so that they can be analysed at a later date if necessary to assess the integrity of the mRNA), we will probably never know.
And, to the best of my knowledge, there is no way anyone in NZ can know in advance of receiving the Pfizer/BioNTech mRNA Covid-19 vaccine whether or not it contains the correct mRNA – and/or contains “truncated” or “modified” mRNA.
The BMJ article is here: https://www.bmj.com/content/372/bmj.n627
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