Saturday, April 8, 2017
Investigative Reporter Says The Zika Vaccine Will Alter Your DNA
The Event Is Coming Soon - Investigative Reporter Says The Zika Vaccine Will Alter Your DNA
Although public-health officials say that microcephaly birth defects are caused by the Zika virus, there is no proof of that. In fact, there is much evidence that the defects are linked to pesticides in water supplies. Nevertheless, the treatment being offered to prevent this disorder is a vaccine that changes the DNA of humans. The process differs from most vaccines because it is designed, not to create immunity directly, but to do it indirectly by altering genes. Artificial versions of genes that produce antibodies are synthesized, injected, and then incorporated into the recipient’s DNA. If a person’s DNA is changed, it is expected that the altered DNA will be passed down to its offspring – and its offspring – forever. Aside from the fact that the Zika virus may not even be the problem, what could possibly go wrong? –GEG
Zika vaccine: watch out—it will alter your DNA
First, I’ll lay out a little background—
In many previous articles, I’ve established there is no convincing evidence the Zika virus causes the birth defect called microcephaly.
Basically, Brazilian researchers, in the heart of the purported “microcephaly epidemic,” decided to stop their own investigation and simply assert Zika was the culprit. At that point, they claimed that, out of 854 cases of microcephaly, only 97 showed “some relationship” to Zika.
You need to understand that these figures actually show evidence AGAINST Zika. When researchers are trying to find the cause of a condition, they should be able to establish, as a first step, that the cause is present in all cases (or certainly an overwhelming percentage).
This never happened. The correlation between the presence of Zika and microcephaly was very, very weak.