Animal experimentation using mRNA bioweapons has emerged as a new global agenda, causing widespread concern. With people increasingly rejecting mRNA vaccine research and associated biological warfare, animal experimentation is becoming more prevalent. This disturbing trend is particularly alarming because animals cannot deliver consent, making them ideal subjects for these experiments.
Animal Viruses and Human Vaccinations. The past experience of vaccination has demonstrated that animal cells have the potential to transmit cancer viruses to humans. For instance, between 1955 and 1963, many people across the globe accepted polio vaccines that were contaminated with SV40, a virus found in monkeys. In those days, polio vaccines were made by cultivating polio viruses in monkey cell civilizations that were inherently infected with SV40. It is estimated that between 10% to 30% of polio vaccines were spoiled with this virus that has been linked to cancer. Studies recommend that the oncogenic PyV virus was presented to human residents through infected polio vaccines. Likewise, vaccines for respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), hepatitis, and adenovirus A have also been found to extend the SV40 virus. This virus has been associated with various types of tumors, such as malignant pleural mesothelioma (MPM), thyroid, bone, brain, lung, urothelial tumors, and pituitary, choroid plexus tumors, and ependymomas in kids.
Injecting Animals with Genetic Weaponry. The situation is now more dire as experimentation on humans may become more direct via the food supply, utilizing mRNA platforms developed for swine, beef, and produce. This raises ethical concerns as animals cannot give consent, making their use as subjects for experimentation questionable. Moreover, new mRNA agendas to “save animal populations” could be a pretext to manipulate people DNA, priming people for further human control.
US Cattlemen’s Association’s Response. As the public evolves increasingly concerned about the use of mRNA in cattle, the US Cattlemen’s Association is attempting to minimize the danger. They have issued a public notice that endorses truthful labeling on customer goods and entire clarity across the entire supply chain. Furthermore, they have established a task force that will verify the mRNA-related concerns and deliver a scientific evaluation of the situation.
The Consequences of mRNA Experiments in Animals. At present, Iowa State University is experimenting with an mRNA vaccine method on cows with the intention of boosting their immunological defense against RSV infections. It is possible that these trials could impair the animals’ immune systems, which is already happening in human populations and could result in severe atrocity.
Missouri House Bill 1169: The Way Forward. Missouri House Bill 1169 is a step in the right direction, imposing rules on whole products sold, spread, or allocated to a person developed to alter their genome. The bill seeks to protect human health, as well as the welfare of animals that may be used as experimental subjects. It’s time to recognize the possible consequences of animal experimentation with mRNA bioweapons and to take action to prevent further harm.