Ok congrats OP, you've annoyed me enough to make my second ever post. This shoddy misunderstanding of what you've read and watched is what gives
conspiracy theories a bad name.
First, the top video and your second link neither one have anything to do with a mosquito born vaccine. They are describing a vaccine that primes your
immune system against proteins found in mosquito spit. This would create a strong localized immune reaction whenever you get bit, which would
hopefully take care of anything that happens to be in the bite before it spreads into a proper infection.
You completely failed to address this in your post, and used both sources mixed into your claims as if they supported what you are saying but they did
Next is the second source. It describes the company Oxitec's attempts to gain permission for releasing GMO mosquitos in Florida. They gained federal
permission, but did not gain local permission so it could still not happen either way. Regardless, their experiment has nothing to do with mosquito
vaccines. It's releasing mosquitos that will only have non biting male offspring in the hopes that the population turns into an all male one and then
vanishes because there aren't any more egg laying and biting females. It's a controversial plan, but it is still on hiatus, and has nothing to do with
your vaccine idea.
Last is the final video. I'll admit at this point I didn't trust your information, so I didn't trust his and I didn't watch the video at first, but
over the course of fact checking my post here I eventually did. He has a similar view to you, but actually gives it fair treatment. He never directly
claims that corporations are releasing vaccine baring mosquitos, in fact he admits there isn't any direct evidence. Instead his argument is that these
kinds of treatments are being developed, corporations have done GMO mosquito experiments in the past, and currently because of Covid the regulations
are incredibly lax. Because of this, and Corporation's own interests, it's possible they will illegally conduct experiments like this, and it's a
rabbit hole that deserves looking into. I'm not convinced it is happening, but I'd absolutely accept it as a topic for more investigation.
That is a completely different message from the misleading alarmism in this post. Also, he included a variety of sources, and three of them actually
do involve mosquito born vaccine research.
This is an article that describes a potential treatment for malaria where mosquitos were given weakened parasites, then bit people to provide immunity
similar to a vaccination. It is still in early stages and the team is also investigating using mosquitos to breed and collect the weakened parasites
for proper injections instead of bites. Since malaria is a mosquito born parasite instead of a virus, the tech will not
be the same as a
typical vaccine, let alone the RNA Covid vaccines. So similar, but crucially distinct tech that still is years out from anything like mass
This is a US military trial of a similar vein. They used mosquitos as a transmission vector for some malaria vaccine. It's the proper trial
information for anyone looking at a deep dive.
A team in Japan has modified mosquitos so that their saliva also excretes the SP15 vaccine. A candidate vaccine against the parasite leishmaniasis.
The fact that it's another parasite makes me wonder again if this would work at all for a virus, but I don't have a large knowledge here so I'll admit
it's just my assumption. This team admits they don't think it will ever be used practically on humans for the reasons of overdose, unpredictability,
and ethical concerns. The problems you are concerned about OP are why the researchers themselves don't think it's viable for human use.
All in all, this was a misleading, alarmist post that didn't understand it's own sources. Even what I've provided didn't exactly support what you were
saying, but it was at least on the same specific topic. If you aren't an anti-vax shill OP, then you need to seriously reconsider posting like this
without doing far more research. A well meaning but half understood rant can be just as dangerous as the most heinous corporate lie.