PRIDE comes before a fall. We are very proud of the technological achievements of our modern civilisation, but it has come at a cost to our health. Our planet is becoming ever more littered with damaging pollution in agricultural land, medical practice, ageing cities, the air we breathe, the houses we live in, the seas and the food we eat.
Every technology requires a technologist. Some technologists have difficulty valuing human life over profits. Especially, it seems, biotechnologists who have rewritten the book on pollution by modifying human genetics.
Health services in virtually all countries have the face of a lamb but the teeth of a ravenous wolf. Your GP appears to be a dedicated, reassuring individual offering you the best methods to get well. Behind him or her is a sophisticated pharmaceutical system designed to maximise profit. This is a system whose priorities have long since begun to lose contact with medical ethics, fundamental principles of health, and patient needs. The pandemic has accelerated the parting of the ways.
Biotechnology is alien to human life. I don’t speak in these terms lightly. Risky biotech interventions are being created through groping steps of experimentation. Not by the cosmic process of natural evolution which has guided human steps through the long corridor of time, but by the guesswork of a few arrogant and misguided scientists determined to leave their mark on the human race.
Like drug dealers pressuring potential clients, medical practice has passed beyond choice towards compulsion. The University of California and others are mandating that students receive the Moderna bivalent vaccine despite knowing that it has been tested only on eight mice, whilst its predecessor posed serious risks to the cardiac health of the young.
The efforts of the medical system to normalise Covid vaccine injury beggar imagination. Here is a link to a New York hospital advertisement advising very young children they can live with myocarditis and still be successful in the world of fashion. No discussion of its cause and prognosis, merely that it’s OK, and according to the NY hospital treatable, yet the respected Mayo Clinic website admits myocarditis is not a mild illness.
Misleading PR is what we have come to expect in a modern health system. Just remember that the economics of the system prioritise profit, which inevitably means maximising customers, a demand which can only be met if there is more illness.
Barring a miracle, it is possibly a vain hope to suggest that those who have asserted their power during the pandemic are going to change direction. They might eventually concede that some mistakes were made, as is clear from this article in the Lancet, but the overall thrust of biotechnology is not being questioned.
An article from the BBC entitled ‘Could mRNA make us superhuman?‘ calls the biotech direction of medicine ‘a RNAissance’ which promises the cure of all disease. As if social media popularity is the new yardstick of science, it quotes a Canadian science explainer with 235,000 followers and 3.7million likes on TikTok: ‘A lot of people were sceptical as to whether it could ever work. Now the whole field of mRNA is just exploding. It’s a game changer in medicine . . . a once-in-a-generation wave of scientific progress.’
According to the article, the list of diseases for which mRNA vaccines are being developed is very long. No complaint is too small to mention – lactose intolerance, high cholesterol, cancers, allergies, HIV, zika, herpes, malaria, common bacterial infections and so on.
American scientist Dragony Fu envisions that various mRNA vaccines will be mixed into a single health booster vaccine which could ward off cancers and viruses at the same time.
The fantasies of biotech gurus extend from ‘vaccines tailored to individuals’ to ‘spraying the whole population from the skies’ to ‘foods cultured by robots in steaming biotech vats’.
The American economy has been ordered to adopt biotechnology. This month President Biden issued an ‘Executive Order on Advancing Biotechnology and Biomanufacturing Innovation for a Sustainable, Safe, and Secure American Bioeconomy’.
The aim is to create ‘innovative solutions in health, climate change, energy, food security, agriculture, supply chain resilience, and national and economic security’ in a way that ‘maintains United States technological leadership and economic competitiveness’.
This paragraph sums up the US government agenda: ‘We need to develop genetic engineering technologies and techniques to be able to write circuitry for cells and predictably program biology in the same way in which we write software and program computers; unlock the power of biological data, including through computing tools and artificial intelligence; and advance the science of scale‑up production while reducing the obstacles for commercialization so that innovative technologies and products can reach markets faster.’
The detailed executive order mandates nothing less than the reorientation of the entire US economy behind bioengineering. The directors of almost every sector of the economy have been ordered to report back to the President with budgets, initiatives and progress within 90 to 180 days. They will no doubt be adding the prefix ‘bio’ to their portfolio titles after the style of the White House directive – bioeconomy, bioagriculture and so on.
The consequences of genetic editing cannot be recalled: they persist through generations. As we have seen, mistakes and disasters are inevitable.
The BBC article rates mRNA technology as ‘safer’ than traditional vaccines, an extraordinary claim incompatible with the real-world rate of mRNA vaccine adverse effects which is running at 50 times higher than any previous vaccine.
So all-cause mortality is at record levels in highly vaccinated countries around the world, but Biden and the BBC are hailing a new renaissance? Longevity has begun to decline. It was happening as far back as 2014 and now it is accelerating, signalling the end of normality as we remember it (if it ever deserved the title ‘normal’).
It is more like the collective madness of lemmings. We know that large groups of people, even nations, can rise to frenzies of collective cruelty, but throw in a jab of gene juice and it seems that the world can enjoy destroying itself.
The hype is overwhelming and intoxicating. Well-funded science explainers and recently appointed anti-conspiracy editors have gone into hyperdrive and left any sense of caution behind. MSM outlets including the BBC and even government agencies have colluded with Facebook to ensure that social media support sites are shut down which aim to help those injured by the Covid vaccine or relatives of those who have died. https://www.conservativewoman.co.uk/what-business-is-it-of-the-bbc-to-cancel-vaccine-injury-groups/
This gives us an idea about just how determined and brutal our new medically inspired truthsayers and masters can be. If you were rebuked earlier for drawing parallels with the Nazi state or mentioning 1984, you should now be feeling completely vindicated.
As long as our medical options are controlled by the profit-hungry pharmaceutical wolf, everyone is facing a bleak and risky future, including those of us with other opinions and alternative medical needs. A future controlled by the giant US economy re-orientated to alter human genetics, our food supply and earth’s climate.
The oceans are subject to deep sea trawling that is gradually destroying the fish population. No species is left untouched. The only success story has been the creation of marine reserves where no fishing is allowed. To work, these have to be very large areas.
No such option exists with biotech; there are no safe havens. Genetic material is highly mobile and invasive: once released it spreads everywhere and can never be recalled.
It won’t have escaped your notice that whilst biotech medicine has its high-profile advocates (many of them well paid for their services), an increasing segment of the population, pushing towards 50 per cent, is very fed up with risky vaccines that don’t actually work. They are voting with their feet, refusing boosters, sheltering their children and in some cases becoming more vocal.
Medical choice has been politicised during the pandemic. Believing that well-lobbied politicians currently running medical systems will be sensible is a vain hope. The pandemic should at least have taught us that.
Our only safe option is to vote for a biotechnology ban. A global political party with a single health issue—ban biotech and de-couple medicine from Big Pharma. Even 25 per cent support would be a game-changing political force.
I leave you with this sobering thought. Thérèse Coffey, the new UK Health Secretary, has taken her first faltering step to halt the post-pandemic NHS crisis. She has written to civil servants instructing them to avoid the Oxford comma at all costs (the Oxford comma is the last comma before the ‘and’ in a list of things, and may be necessary to avoid misunderstanding. Remember Emperor Nero who fiddled while Rome burned?).
If we want to live in a safe world, we will have to stand up, speak out, and vote with our feet. No one else is going to do it for us.