Rapid development of mRNA vaccine for Australian agriculture | The Spectator Australia

Following the spectacular failure of mRNA vaccines in human trials, the agricultural industry is developing mRNA vaccines for livestock in the food industry.

The whisper that a stock “suddenly dies” will undoubtedly become a farmer’s complaint in the future. Serious concerns about dam building restrictions, soaring agricultural prices, exorbitant fees and levies would be as swiftly ignored by the government as officials would turn a deaf ear. , incomprehensible red and blue tape, biosecurity regulations that do nothing, and expensive negotiations with Indigenous Peoples who have just emerged from Western Australia. They have never set foot on the land they claim to “own”.

As an example of where mRNA is currently underway, on May 2, 2023, the Australian Food and Livestock Industry (MLA) entered a project to “test an mRNA vaccine that could be rapidly mass-produced in Australia in the event of an outbreak of mass disease.” announced the funding of Occurrence of skin diseases and other rare diseases. ”

The Animal Welfare Manager issued the following statement:

“This project will initially develop an mRNA vaccine pipeline for LSD, but it could also be used for other emergencies.” Become. There are no LSD vaccines registered for use in Australia yet. Some vaccines exist abroad, but traditionally produced vaccines are open to registration in Australia. [vaccines] Longer than mRNA vaccines.

Why would a conventional vaccine, with a safety record that outperforms mRNA vaccines, require a longer approval period than mRNA vaccines? Instead, it can be exploited by manufacturers looking to profit from mRNA.

Pharmaceutical companies prefer mRNA vaccines because they are fast to produce and “agile,” but they are safe, effective and suitable for consumers, whether they are human or livestock. It doesn’t mean

Articles for 2022 in Pub Med Central Note: “The recent successful application of mRNA vaccines against 2019-nCoV has further validated the platform and opened the floodgates to the potential of mRNA vaccines in infectious disease prevention, especially in veterinary medicine.”

Do you think mRNA has been “verified” in the last three years?

Undoubtedly, this is why we keep hearing the cries of ’emergency’ and ‘outbreak’ in the same breath as mRNA, as if we were embarking on what the former health minister called an ’emergency’ during the coronavirus era. It seems to remind us of the mantra used to Largest Clinical Trial – The Largest Global Vaccine Trial Ever”. Look how it turned out.

The effects of the COVID-19 mRNA vaccine are likely to last for much of the next century, as some vaccinated people “suddenly die” or suffer long-lasting debilitating illnesses. These are rapidly becoming a burden on the medical industry and national finances as vaccine manufacturers have abdicated themselves in the “emergency”. Most countries have established cash compensation pools to deal with the growing list of individuals claiming to have been harmed.

Another excuse used to remove the nest of mRNA vaccines is that mRNA vaccines are believed to offer a solution to influenza viruses for which conventional vaccines have proven ineffective. Everyone wants effective vaccines against respiratory viruses, but the vaccine industry in front of us has been blindfolded for the last three years. mRNA Covid vaccines have done little to combat or control influenza-type Covid. Also, judging from what we have seen so far, conventional vaccines offer no advantage for this problem. There is a strong argument that for the majority of the population they have done more harm than good.

Instead of pausing all mRNA vaccines until they figure out what went wrong, they are being prioritized by regulators and championed by manufacturers who prefer the competitive edge of production speed. Governments, especially the (broken?) state of Victoria, are pouring tens of millions of dollars into mRNA development to continue capitalizing on the political popularity they enjoyed during the Covid-19 era.

The MLA said while everyone was busy stressing that an mRNA vaccine should be available within two years and that this was a “voluntary” option for the farming community, producers could bring their products to the domestic market. If you want to sell it, he notes, vaccines are rarely offered within the agricultural industry. and the international market. Following the production line of mRNA vaccines, it is very likely that Australians will be eating mRNA-vaccinated livestock within a few years, but the health implications of this are poorly understood. not.

Anyone who criticizes mRNA vaccines or their potential future in the agricultural industry is touted as a “conspiracy theorist” through the press, and the publication is quick to send in fact-checkers to ensure that these vaccine fragments will ultimately He argues that suggesting depletion fuels pure fear. within the food chain.

However, it was a “conspiracy theory” to suggest that the human body would continue to produce the novel coronavirus mRNA vaccine after the injection, or to raise concerns that the vaccine would leave the injection site. Not only did the concerns described as a “conspiracy” turn out to be true, but the behavior and side effects of the novel coronavirus mRNA vaccine far exceeded anyone’s expectations.

In our rush to saturate the market with mRNA vaccines, how confident are we that adequate long-term testing will be in place, especially for residues in meat and milk? Given the strong suspicion that the COVID-19 vaccine is responsible for the surge in miscarriages, will it affect high-risk activities such as childbirth?

Please note that we are still told that the COVID-19 vaccine is ‘safe and effective’. With a pile of unnecessary vaccines, the Australian government is spending public money on marketing campaigns to encourage other countries to phase out their COVID-19 vaccines while encouraging Australians to get boosters.

At least some states in the United States have taken notice and are rushing to pass legislation banning the use of mRNA vaccines in animals in the food industry where meat and milk are produced for human consumption. Idaho is an example of a misdemeanor for the use of mRNA vaccines, including COVID-19 vaccines.

Australians need to be aware that mRNA vaccines are emerging for the agricultural industry and will likely become mandatory. The US is seriously debating whether this should be allowed and Australia needs to do the same. It is perfectly reasonable to require extensive safety data over time before revolutionizing agriculture.

This conversation does not occur in isolation. Australia’s agricultural elite resembles a bunch of yes-men nodding furiously at mRNA. Family farmers are disenfranchised, restricted, demoralized and have no voice on the issue. Their hopes are bulldozed by a small group of multibillion-dollar farming enterprises, some of which are foreign-owned.

If Australians care about what they eat, it’s time to start making rackets.

Flat White is written and edited by Alexandra Marshall.

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