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Bay Area entrepreneur Grant Handley discusses Great Reset issues including a somewhat disturbing document from the Center for Health Security at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Entitled “Technologies to Address Global Catastrophic Biological Risks,” the document advocates:

“Networks of land-, sea-, and air-based drones autonomously conducting environmental surveillance would be one way to help fill gaps in monitoring of the environment for biological disruption to important ecosystems and bioterrorism events.”

“Synthetic biology…with novel gene editing and other biotechnologies, bacteria can be altered for industrial production of many kinds of molecules and proteins.”

“Self- spreading vaccines are genetically engineered to move through populations like communicable diseases, but rather than causing disease, they confer protection. (Gee, what could possibly go wrong? -KB) These vaccines could dramatically increase vaccine coverage in human or animal populations without requiring each individual to be inoculated.”

Well, that would solve the problem of vaccine hesitancy! Who knows, maybe it already has.

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  1. Rahan says:

    Yikes.
    Not to mention vaccines that come in apples for example, or which come via “testing swabs”.

    • Replies: @Mulga Mumblebrain
  2. Dumbo says:

    I’m always amazed at this zillionaires and big institutions so worried about “making the world better” and “addressing catastrophic biological risks”.

    I mean, they are so selfless… They only want our good… So much dedication to save us from pain from disease and from hunger…

    They are so selfless and altruistic, so concerned with humanity, I wonder how did they have time to get rich.

  3. Dumbo says:

    This idea of changing cells and modifying viruses and bacteria etc and in particular the human body and our antibody response is so harebrained, because… As a general rule in those things, ALWAYS, when you “solve” a problem on one side, you’ll create a new problem somewhere else.

    I mean just see what happens in computer technology, with malware and ransomware and spam and hacking and stuff like that… Do they really want to apply the same logic to human bodies and to health in general? Well, I guess they do, yes.

  4. profnasty says:

    Kevin, Your Oligarch rant was Spot On.
    What a refreshing breath of Truth Air.
    I wish you would expand on this. Although, you are ruffling feathers. Dog Bless. You have a beautiful mind.

  5. “Synthetic biology…with novel gene editing and other biotechnologies, bacteria can be altered for industrial production of many kinds of molecules and proteins.”

    This is ancient news, we’ve been doing it since at least the 1970s when I started formally learning about all this. I mean, you have heard of GMO food, right?? It’s one of the reasons mRNA vaccine production is ultimately easier than viral vector, the only step involving living organisms is making lots of DNA coding for the spike protein using the old work horse E. Coli, which Genentech used to make wholly human insulin starting in 1978. Whereas viral vector vaccines require human cell culturing on an industrial scale, 2,000L sterile bags are a major supply chain problem right now, and they’re simply not “designed” to live outside of bodies, can get contaminated or otherwise go bad very easily.

    “Self- spreading vaccines are genetically engineered to move through populations like communicable diseases, but rather than causing disease, they confer protection. (Gee, what could possibly go wrong? -KB) These vaccines could dramatically increase vaccine coverage in human or animal populations without requiring each individual to be inoculated.”

    Well, that would solve the problem of vaccine hesitancy! Who knows, maybe it already has.

    It has with the late 1950s Saban (type) attenuated live virus vaccine, I wrote again a long essay on it here which might be approved by the moderators by the time you read this. Or maybe it got spiked as off topic: TL;DR the disease has a fecal-oral route, so if you don’t get every child, or in a literal s***country adult in one phase of a campaign, the live virus can infect and vaccinate others. If it serially passes through enough humans it can regain its fangs, and since 2017 such cases have outnumbered wild type cases, although the total of both is way down from 2011. See Wikipedia for more.

    • Thanks: vhrm
  6. The one saving grace is that the billionaires will suffer just as much as us filth.

    Viruses are no respecters of persons, thankfully.

    • Replies: @Getaclue
    , @Dumbo
  7. Getaclue says:
    @obwandiyag

    I don’t think you are calling that right…at all….

  8. @Rahan

    So much for the Free World and informed consent. Did I forget the ‘Rules Based International Order and the Nuremberg Laws re. medical interventions?

    • Agree: Rahan
  9. KenR says:

    In medical ethics today, increasing vaccine use is a self-justifying good and it’s a premium good.

    Consider the flu. Everybody in the medical field accepts it as an axiomatic truth that anything done to increase flu vaccines is A) a good thing; and B) justified. That’s why they lie to you all over the place on the flu statistics and have done so for years. The flu is ranked as one of the leading causes of death in the USA, even though every year only about 3,000 or so are ever know to die from it every year. They’ll trot out “45,321 flu deaths this year!”, but know that this is a projection from a mathematical model. It is not a tally. It’s overstated; it’s overstated and they know it. But, you see, it frightens people into getting their flu shot every year. So, the lie has become a good thing in their view!

    Who are these people making these lying projections and knowingly lying to you in order to get you vaxxed? Why, these are the same people who make the COVID models and lie to you about all that, too. Because once lies become a good thing, once that marker is laid, what do you suppose happens? It just gets worse and worse of a problem.

    (People have often remarked lately, “Hey what happened to the flu this year? Where are all the annual flu deaths this year?” Well, now you know: they really were never there to begin with. They were lying to you and playing fast and loose before, justifying it because it was all for you own good and getting you vaxxed. They’re doing the same thing now, it’s just expanded in scope).

    • Thanks: Jim Christian
    • Replies: @That Would Be Telling
  10. @KenR

    People have often remarked lately, “Hey what happened to the flu this year? Where are all the flu cases? Where are all the annual flu deaths this year?” Well, now you know: they really were never there to begin with.

    Fixed it for you, because somehow in your screed you left out the really quantifiable thing, flu cases detected using point of care tests or more sophisticated lab work. The CDC has a network of doctor’s offices and clinics that test for the flu and provides the earliest warning about how a flu season is going, and I suppose they’re a source of samples for the lab work.

    Or look for other places that also routinely test for it, “Aesop” of the Raconteur Report is an ER nurse in Southern California but not in LA who some months ago said at a point where they’d normally have detected hundreds of cases using point of care tests, they only found four. He as well as other people suspect non-pharmaceutical interventions (NPIs) like washing your hands and mask wearing played a role in this. Because we first think about things in terms of science and medicine before reaching for conspiracy theories on a vast scale.

  11. Self spreading vaccines – another conspiracy theory that turns out to be true.

    • Replies: @Kevin Barrett
  12. Dumbo says:
    @obwandiyag

    No they won’t… Fool. They are much more protected, just as they are more protected from crime, black rampage, riots, you name it.

  13. @Tsar Nicholas

    It is getting harder to keep track of all the true conspiracy theories.

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