If you suggest the COVID-19 injections use gene-editing technology, the Big Tech fact-checkers swoop in to correct you.
That’s misinformation or a “conspiracy theory.”
There’s no way the experimental COVID-19 injections use gene therapy or alter your genes.
Reuters provides truthful information in their “fact-check,” right?
Vaccines that use mRNA technology are not gene therapy because they do not alter your genes, experts have told Reuters after contrary claims were posted online.
Thousands of social media users have shared such posts since the rollout of COVID-19 vaccines began (here) – and have continued to do so through August.
“It’s not a vaccine. It’s gene therapy!” wrote one Facebook user on Aug. 9, noting that gene therapy “manipulates genetic code” (here and here).
“As mRNA is genetic material, mRNA vaccines can be looked at as a genetic-based therapy, but they are classified as vaccines and are not designed to alter your genes,” said Dr Adam Taylor, a virologist and research fellow at the Menzies Health Institute, Queensland, Griffith University.
Let’s listen to what the World Economic Forum says about gene-editing technology and the COVID-19 injections:
“We already started to see that this year. COVID-19 vaccines, they make use of engineered code in the form of messenger RNA.”
-Amy Webb, Professor at NYU Stern School of Business. Member if WEF
Not good. Not good at all. https://t.co/3xGAVQaNfo
— The First Will Be Last (@frstwillbelst) October 5, 2021
Write a new code for life?
“We already started to see some of that this year with the COVID-19 vaccines?”
Who gave these people permission to redesign organisms?
It shows that these globalists have a God-complex and think they can manipulate humanity to their liking.
That clip was pulled from a longer WEF video called “Take a walk into the future.”
Take a walk into the future…
— World Economic Forum (@wef) June 4, 2021
As the WEF states:
The new technologies driving the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) will be key to the global recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic – but only if they are harnessed properly.
That was the message from the World Economic Forum’s Global Technology Governance Summit 2021, where leaders gathered virtually to discuss how we can ensure emerging technologies are designed and used responsibly.
Without effective governance to ensure new developments enhance equality and inclusion, technology could increase inequality and bias and enable abuses of power, the summit heard.
“COVID-19 has accelerated our transition into the age of the 4IR,” Klaus Schwab, the World Economic Forum’s Founder and Executive Chairman, writes in the Global Technology Governance Report. “We have to make sure that the new technologies in the digital, biological and physical world remain human-centred and serve society as a whole, providing everyone with fair access.”
The WEF later discusses gene-editing technology being used to fight COVID-19:
1. Synthetic biology could change the world
Synthetic biology includes CRISPR, the gene-editing technology currently being used to fight COVID-19. “We’re talking about improving biology and redesigning organisms for beneficial purposes,” said Professor Amy Webb of New York University’s Stern School of Business.
“It’s going to allow us to not just edit genomes but also, and importantly, to write a new code for life – we will have write-level permissions,” she added. “This could and will transform not just health but also materials. I can’t think of an area in which we won’t see a significant improvement.”
Amy Webb, Professor at NYU Stern School of Business, is described as quantitative futurist on her WEF profile:
Quantitative futurist and author. Professor of Strategic Foresight, New York University Stern School of Business. CEO, Future Today Institute, a foresight and strategy firm helping leaders and their organizations prepare for complex futures. Elected a life member to the Council on Foreign Relations. Visiting Fellow at Oxford University’s Säid School of Business. Nonresident Senior Fellow in the Atlantic Council’s GeoTech Center. Fellow, Center for Strategic Foresight, U.S. Government Accountability Office. Fellow, United States-Japan Leadership Program. Former Visiting Nieman Fellow, Harvard University. Delegate, former U.S.-Russia Bilateral Presidential Commission. Author of best-selling, award-winning books “The Big Nine: How the Tech Titans and Their Thinking Machines Could Warp Humanity” and “The Signals Are Talking: Why Today’s Fringe Is Tomorrow’s Mainstream.” Named to the Thinkers50 Radar list of the 30 management thinkers most likely to shape the future of how organizations are managed and led. Member, Academy of Television Arts & Sciences; Emmy Awards judge. Script consultant for films and shows about artificial intelligence, technology and the future. Upcoming book: the future of synthetic biology.