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mRNA's Prion Disease Risk In Food
'Beef's what's for dinner, the power of cheese, and milk does a body good.'
Evidence emerged that Pfizer had fabricated their Western Blot samples provided to the EMA (European Medicines Agency) as ‘proof’ their mRNA was stable. The EMA leaks show the opposite, that the mRNA is unstable.
mRNA carries code to sites of protein synthesis (known as ribosomes in cytoplasm) in order to induce protein manufacture. So errors in mRNA, will likely mean errors in protein synthesis.
As a crude analogy, think of the mRNA instability as those mistranslated Chinese instructions you get that come with your product, where they make little to no sense.
The body will diligently attempt to execute these instructions regardless of whether or not they make sense. They’re not proofreaders, the body doesn’t expect to receive mangled instructions courtesy of Pfizer, so why would it ‘proofread’ incoming mRNA?
So it doesn’t, bad instructions become bad executions.
Why Low Probability Risk Is Very High
If you think how many billions of injected mRNA per shot there are, and how many are received collectively, the roulette wheel of instability is spun on every single one.
So even if there’s say, a 1 in 1 trillion chance of someone receiving mRNA with mangled instructions that code for a misfolded protein, if there’s 50 billion mRNA pieces per dose, there only needs to be 20 dose injections for the 1 in 1 trillion chance to be hit. It’s therefore far more likely than anyone realises.
Why Mangled Protein Synthesis Is A Problem
If the unstable mRNA encodes for the production of a misfolded protein is highly probable in so-called “low” probability scenarios, then when it inserts itself into the cytoplasmic ribosome, it will tell it to start manufacturing these mangled, misfolded proteins.
A misfolded protein goes under other names, which you may have heard of before:
Prions (AKA prion disease, such as lewy-body dementia and CJD)
Prionoids (prion-like structures)
Prions are a special kind of nasty. They’re like the ‘infectious’ version of misfolded proteins; they go around ‘recruiting’ and misfolding other proteins. Think of it like zombies in a movie, where they turn other humans into zombies.
These prions then ‘build up’ plaque-like structures on elements, sticking both to each other and other parts of the body, like used chewing gum on bus seats. Because they never leave the site they cling to, the liver can never clear it out.
Think of it like how cholesterol builds up on and hardens on blood vessel walls. Except what these prions do is build up on in places like the brain, and interfere with neuron signalling pathways.
That’s fancy-speak for saying they burn out, short, block and interfere with the electrical circuitry of the body. For example, in lewy-body dementia, it can cause things like forgetfulness, motor-neuron issues (difficulty moving parts of the body), and cognitive deficits (inability to reason, make choices, etc).
Other diseases it can cause include Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s. It is typically fatal, and has no known cure (at time of writing). In 2016, “The leading hypothesis, at resent, is that these atypical prions arise spontaneously in cattle.”, and in 2019, 85% of prion-disease cases were deemed ‘spontaneous’.
That is to say, they don’t know what causes prion disease in the majority of cases. ‘Appears out of thin air’ is their best guess. It’s considered to be a ‘1 in a million’ type rare, so if it occurs more frequently than this, we have a problem.
A similar variant protein is known as an ‘amyloid’, and leads to ‘amyloidosis’, where the amyloid protein builds up a similar plaque-like structure. An amyloidogenic material is something that promotes the generation of amyloids.
Amyloidogenic proteins have been found in the SARS-CoV and SARS-CoV-2 proteomes, and it turns out the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein — which the mRNA shot encodes for — is also amyloidogenic.
Another Substacker covered how the immune response to SARS-CoV-2 could also contribute to amyloidosis. In a self-referential loop, food proteins — such as egg — are used in the mRNA shots.
Why mRNA Shots In Cattle Are A Problem
You may not be familar with the BSE (bovine spongiform encephalopathy) ‘outbreak’ that occured in the United Kingdom and Europe. BSE is a prion disease; vCJD means ‘variant Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease’, a well known prion disease.
Bovine — or cow — were fed meat protein from other animals, such as lamb, which was suspected to contain scrapie, the sheep variant of transmissible spongiform encephalopathies.
Sensibly, the UK and other nations banned feeding the remains of dead animals to other animals, which greatly abated the outbreak. The BSE was so bad, places as far as Japan banned the import of UK beef products until as late as 2019.
Shockingly, however, the EU in 2021, lifted the ban on feeding animal remains to other animals, despite the fact the risks still persist, on the basis of economic competition.
This means the methodology used to break the chain-of-causation no longer applies, and once again prion diseased livestock can re-infect other livestock in other industries. This also means any meat the EU exports to other nations runs the risk of becoming contaminated as well, as does importing countries.
Can’t You Just Heat Treat The Meat?
The Daily Beagle investigated possible treatment methods for prion disease, however unlike bacterial or viral infection, heat has no impact on prions in food.
To discover more, The Daily Beagle spoke with David Dunford at the UK’s Food Standards Agency, responsible for tackling contaminants in the food supply, regarding the impact of heat treatment on prion disease, and appropriate references.
David reported that…
[…] heating at 115°C, BSE prions still had a high rate of infectivity while other prion strains had their rates of infectivity inactivated (Langeveld et al. 2021) […]
That is to say, even at above boiling point extreme temperatures BSE was still dangerous. Readers might ask, what if you just cooked it for longer, like in an oven roast?
Another study found that heating BSE prion strains at 98°C for 2 hours had very low or no reduction in infectivity (Marin-Moreno et al. 2019).
So long durations of high temperatures have no impact on prions. What about boiling water?
[…] BSE agents are not destroyed by boiling water and is not inactivated by heating at 121°C for 15 minutes (Collee, JG. & Bradley, R. 1997).
So all the conventional means of heat treatment available to most people in homes will not destroy prions found in meat or other such foodstuffs.
How do you address the problem? David remarks the only way to prevent prion disease is to outright remove the contaminated parts and destroy them:
This is why there are controls at the slaughterhouse such as removing parts of the cattle most likely to carry BSE to minimise the risk of consumers receiving contaminated meat.
As we’ve established, there’s a much bigger problem. Unlike with the Pfizer shots, where you can simply refuse them, mRNA contamination leading to protein misfolding in cattle (and indeed, other animals bred for consumption), is not something you can avoid by simply declining a shot.
If one cow (that does not receive the mRNA shot) eats another cow’s remains (that does and gets a prion disease), then the consumer cow will be infected, and so will anyone else who eats that cow, plus the original cow.
Likewise for other animals. Prions are cross-species; they can infect sheep, cows, birds and even humans. They don’t require cells to infect, as they only “recruit” other compatible proteins, so it’s much easier for it to cross the species barrier.
Prions Are Coming For The Milk And Cheese Too
One study detected mRNA in human breast milk from the mRNA shots. Back in 2005 it was suspected prions could be transmitted via milk, which was confirmed in 2007.
Whilst ‘evidence’ was presented in 2016 trying to argue safety, an EU report in 2020 found the ‘evidence’ to be questionable as it was based on mice, not cows.
Another study found ‘high yield’ diary cows at greater risk than conventional:
[…] a small category of very intensive herds, with annual milk yields above 10,000 kg, were significantly more at risk than the other herds.
In Japan back in 1996, it was found cows who had BSE, had consumed the same milk substitute. Indeed, the meat-and-bone feed that was ultimately banned, is a “milk substitute”.
The same agencies who tell you the mRNA and GM adenovirus shots are “safe and effective” with fraudulent testing, are the same ones telling you the milk is safe from BSE, despite not knowing what causes 85% of the cases.
Even despite the ‘safety’ claims, the advice back in 2007 was to discard the milk anyway. Anything sourced from a diseased animal must be discarded according to the FDA’s Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act.
The UK’s rules also deny the sale for human consumption, but allows the calf to drink the milk.
UK law states that milk derived from BSE affected cattle or cattle suspected to have BSE shall not be sold, supplied or used for human or animal consumption, with the exception that it may be fed to the cow's own calf.
This ‘milk is safe’ is claimed despite the fact a study of scrapie in sheep in 2011 — another prion disease — found scrapie could transmit via the sheep’s milk.
This study was particularly thorough (unlike the ‘mice’ study), in it froze milk samples daily and applied strict biosecurity containment on imported lambs (from scrapie-free New Zealand) to avoid cross-contamination. Of the 8 lambs fed milk from scrapie-infected sheep, at least 50% developed scrapie:
Of the 8 lambs fed milk from MVV/scrapie-infected sheep, 1 was sacrificed early and 4 developed clinical signs of scrapie at 23 to 28 months p.i. (Table 1)
Meaning if prions can transfer via milk — as suggested in the high yield diary cows and the scrapie study — then the calf (allowed to feed under UK rules) will also get infected, continuing the chain.
Another study in 2008 suggested there was a more virulent strain that was ‘lymphotropic’.
These results suggest that in humans, the BASE strain is a more virulent BSE strain and likely lymphotropic.
Lymphotropic means it has a preference for lymphocytes — cells found in milk. Per one study:
Apart from lymphocytes of both large and small varieties, no other leucocytes are usually found in normal milk.
If milk can carry prions, it also implies cheese — made from milk and therefore containing milk proteins — is also at risk, given neither heat treatment nor time stops prion disease.
A recent BSE case in Somerset in the UK in 2021, was also from a diary cow, along with another unspecified case in 2023 in Cornwall. It has not gone away. In-fact, in 2022, the UK government sent farmers a survey due to the noticeable incidences of BSE.
Will the beef, milk or cheese be tossed if it is sourced from cattle who receive ‘gene therapy’ mRNA shots with unstable mRNA causing misfolded protein synthesis?
mRNA Shots Are Coming For Cattle
It is worth bearing in mind mRNA shots are likely planned for various animals treated as a food source, including sheep, birds (E.G. chickens) [are eggs, containing egg proteins, at risk?] and even goats for goat cheese. The focus of this article is on cattle, but the audience focus should be beyond this.
The Texas Department of Agriculture, Commissioner Sid Miller reported that they’re:
[...] working towards developing a fact and science-based assessment of the risks associated with this technology. [...]
In regards to the impact of the mRNA shots.
Already, media hitpieces trying to get ahead of the fears with vague dismissals of the unaddressed risks of mRNA instability issues are being run, such as one by the Cowboy State Daily:
Currently, not a single pro-vaccinator has been able to address any of The Daily Beagle’s questions regarding the mRNA instability, what the shots’ percentages of integrity are, and how, if by any means, it is mitigated. The fraudulent Western Blots faking stability explains why there is no answer.
No evidence for the claim of non-use is provided, and this will likely change in future, given pharmaceutical companies are planning to subvert the current genre of vaccines with the mRNA ‘gene therapy’:
Other ranchers have come out to explicitly condemn the mRNA shots. For example, Alterspring Ranch’s Glenn Elzinga has declared he would not want to eat anything mRNA ‘vaccinated’:
Is it a ‘vaccine’, though?
In Moderna’s SEC filing which is legally compelled to be honest, declares mRNA as “gene therapy”:
Currently, mRNA is considered a gene therapy product by the FDA. Unlike certain gene therapies that irreversibly alter cell DNA and could act as a source of side effects, mRNA based medicines are designed to not irreversibly change cell DNA; however, side effects observed in gene therapy could negatively impact the perception of mRNA medicines despite the differences in mechanism.
Likewise, BioNTech, manufacturer for Pfizer, also admit mRNA is considered gene therapy, speculating maybe they might get reclassified:
Although we expect to submit BLAs for our mRNA-based product candidates in the United States, and in the European Union, mRNA therapies have been classified as gene therapy medicinal products, other jurisdictions may consider our mRNA-based product candidates to be new drugs, not biologics or gene therapy medicinal products, and require different marketing applications
Although Glenn Elzinga suggests there’s no such work for mRNA shots in animals, Tiba Biotech back in September 28th 2022 had already inked a deal for Foot and Mouth mRNA with the New South Wales government — a regional government in Australia:
A Foot and Mouth Disease mRNA Vaccine Deal Has Been Signed Between the NSW Government and US Company Tiba Biotech
Pall Thordarson at University of NSW said it was so Australia could become a “global powerhouse in the RNA ecosystem”. Guess they don’t know about the mRNA instability issues?
The deal between Tiba Biotech and the NSW, Queensland and Federal animal research and biosecurity agencies will advance our shared vision to make Australia a global powerhouse in the RNA ecosystem
Tiba are working with rabidly pro-vaccine CEPI preparing for [insert profitable disease here]:
As we know historically, vaccine manufacturers have been responsible for a great many outbreaks.
If the Foot and Mouth aspect of Tiba Biotech’s development sounds vaguely familiar to The Daily Beagle readers, it was because we covered it in our ‘Vaccine Manufacturers Are Behind The Outbreaks’ article, where Foot and Mouth in 2007 was caused by the vaccine research lab Merial.
Merial got absorbed by Boehringer Ingelheim, and went on to sell Foot and Mouth vaccines to the US government in 2020 — a disease spread they had caused.
So in this case, vaccine manufacturers caused the Foot and Mouth outbreak, and are now selling Foot and Mouth mRNA shots to the Australian government. They must be criminally prosecuted for this.
How Can This Be Fought?
Besides criminal prosecution?
Missouri had considered House Bill 1169, the descriptor of which says:
Creates provisions relating to required disclosures for certain products
The summary mentions requiring labelling for a “potential gene therapy product”:
It does not appear to have passed. There are no similar provisions in other States, this is despite the fact GMO labelling is required on food, and many American foods are now marked as containing bioengineered products.
For example, Janey Maxwell posted images on Twitter (we’ve cropped and highlighted):
Mc Fly posted this image:
And capejim posted this image [it has since been deleted]. We’ve cropped and highlighted:
Evidently, even with the labelling, bioengineered foods are gaining prevalence within American foods.
The public, in all countries, will need to act to get legislators to ban the unstable mRNA tech, or else soon it won’t just be a case of refusing the jabs, but refusing to eat as well.
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