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Moderna Created Covid-19

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posted on Mar, 4 2022 @ 04:22 PM
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a reply to: TheAiIsLying

Now for Pfizer. What have they been up to, hmmm?


In 1986, Pfizer acquired the worldwide rights to Zithromax (azithromycin), a macrolide antibiotic that is recommended by the Infectious Disease Society of America as a first line treatment for certain cases of community-acquired pneumonia, from Pliva.[15][16]


This was part of the Zelenko Protocol using Hydroxychloroquine and Zinc. It worked but it's now off patent, so there you go.


In June 2016, the company acquired Anacor Pharmaceuticals for $5.2 billion, expanding its portfolio in both inflammation and immunology drugs areas.[88][89] In August 2016, the company made a $40 million bid for the assets of BIND Therapeutics, which was in bankruptcy.[90] The same month, the company acquired Bamboo Therapeutics for $645 million, expanding its gene therapy offerings.[91] In September 2016, the company acquired cancer drug-maker Medivation for $14 billion.[92][93][94] In October 2016, the company licensed the anti-CTLA4 monoclonal antibody, ONC-392, from OncoImmune.[95][96] In December 2016, Pfizer acquired AstraZeneca's small-molecule antibiotics business for $1.575 billion.[97][98][99]

In January 2018, Pfizer announced that it would end its work on research into treatments for Alzheimer's disease and Parkinsonism (a symptom of Parkinson's disease and other conditions). The company said about 300 researchers would lose their jobs.[100] In July 2018, the Food and Drug Administration approved enzalutamide, developed by Pfizer and Astellas Pharma for patients with castration-resistant prostate cancer.[101] In August 2018, Pfizer signed an agreement with BioNTech to conduct joint research and development activities regarding mRNA-based influenza vaccines.[102] In October 2018, effective January 1, 2019, Albert Bourla was promoted to chief executive officer, succeeding Ian Read, his mentor.[103][104][105][106]


So there's AstraZenica again and a sudden interest in mRNA in 2018, again. Chessboard! There seemed to be a lot of movement back in 2013 as well. Haven't looked into that yet.


COVID-19 pandemic and vaccine development
See also: Pfizer–BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine
Initial development and testing
In March 2020, as the scale of the COVID-19 pandemic became apparent, Pfizer partnered with BioNTech to study and develop COVID-19 mRNA vaccine candidates. Unlike many of its competitors, Pfizer took no initial research funds from the United States' Operation Warp Speed vaccine development program, instead choosing to invest roughly $2 billion of its own funds. Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla has said that he declined money from Operation Warp Speed to avoid government intervention, stating later that "when you get money from someone that always comes with strings. They want to see how we are going to progress, what type of moves you are going to do. They want reports. And also, I wanted to keep Pfizer out of politics, by the way."[129]


So no mention of Moderna which we've established had a much larger role in mRNA development than this BioNtech mob. Nice that Bourla wanted to keep politics out of it.

Linky

Now, the last lot in this is BionTech. Who are they and what have they been up to?


Foundation (2008–2013)
BioNTech was founded in 2008 based on research by Uğur Şahin, Özlem Türeci,[12] and Christoph Huber,[13] with a seed investment of €150 million.[14] The company's activities focus on the development and production of technologies and drugs for individualized cancer immunotherapy.[3] Andreas and Thomas Strüngmann, Michael Motschmann, and Helmut Jeggle were cofounders.[15] In 2009, the acquisition of EUFETS and JPT Peptide Technologies took place.[16][17] Katalin Karikó, whose work on mRNA whilst working at the University of Pennsylvania underpinned the development of Pfizer–BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine,[18] joined BioNTech as a senior vice president in 2013.[19]


Katalin Kariko again. 2013, again.


Expansion (2014–2019)
Between 2014 and 2018, many research results on mRNA mechanisms were published by BioNTech.[20] Collaborations and commercialization programs were concluded with various companies and scientific institutions starting in 2015.[21] During this period, BioNTech filed several patent applications and developed a multi-layered strategy to protect its intellectual property in the various technology platforms and their application in the treatment of cancer and other serious diseases.[citation needed]

In August 2018, the company entered into a multi-year research and development (R&D) collaboration with the US company Pfizer Inc. to develop mRNA-based vaccines for prevention of influenza. Under the terms of the agreement, following BioNTech's completion of a first-in-human clinical study, Pfizer would assume sole responsibility for further clinical development and commercialization of mRNA-based flu vaccines.[22]

In January 2019, Sanofi invested €80 million in BioNTech and extended the mRNA cancer research collaboration between the two companies; Sanofi previously paid US$60 million upfront for the rights to five discovery-stage immunotherapies of BioNTech in 2015.[23] In September 2019, BioNTech received a capital contribution of US$55 million from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, with the option of doubling that investment amount at a later date.[24]


And now the other link, which I'm not going into here. It's getting too long. Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.

Linky

So in summary, Moderna is just a vehicle for whatever has been set up going back at least 2013. I'd wager that they were given the sequence to insert into their "vaccine" from the Wuhan Institute of Virology, who in turn got their research from Fauci's NIAD, who's been bankrolled by God knows who from back in the 80's. Blaming Moderna for this is like blaming the company that sold the rifle to Oswald.

The people, if they are people, who are behind this will never be known by us plebs. It's a big game and we're all just pieces on a board.



posted on Mar, 4 2022 @ 04:57 PM
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originally posted by: TheAiIsLying
a reply to: TheAiIsLying

Now for Pfizer. What have they been up to, hmmm?


In 1986, Pfizer acquired the worldwide rights to Zithromax (azithromycin), a macrolide antibiotic that is recommended by the Infectious Disease Society of America as a first line treatment for certain cases of community-acquired pneumonia, from Pliva.[15][16]


This was part of the Zelenko Protocol using Hydroxychloroquine and Zinc. It worked but it's now off patent, so there you go.


In June 2016, the company acquired Anacor Pharmaceuticals for $5.2 billion, expanding its portfolio in both inflammation and immunology drugs areas.[88][89] In August 2016, the company made a $40 million bid for the assets of BIND Therapeutics, which was in bankruptcy.[90] The same month, the company acquired Bamboo Therapeutics for $645 million, expanding its gene therapy offerings.[91] In September 2016, the company acquired cancer drug-maker Medivation for $14 billion.[92][93][94] In October 2016, the company licensed the anti-CTLA4 monoclonal antibody, ONC-392, from OncoImmune.[95][96] In December 2016, Pfizer acquired AstraZeneca's small-molecule antibiotics business for $1.575 billion.[97][98][99]

In January 2018, Pfizer announced that it would end its work on research into treatments for Alzheimer's disease and Parkinsonism (a symptom of Parkinson's disease and other conditions). The company said about 300 researchers would lose their jobs.[100] In July 2018, the Food and Drug Administration approved enzalutamide, developed by Pfizer and Astellas Pharma for patients with castration-resistant prostate cancer.[101] In August 2018, Pfizer signed an agreement with BioNTech to conduct joint research and development activities regarding mRNA-based influenza vaccines.[102] In October 2018, effective January 1, 2019, Albert Bourla was promoted to chief executive officer, succeeding Ian Read, his mentor.[103][104][105][106]


So there's AstraZenica again and a sudden interest in mRNA in 2018, again. Chessboard! There seemed to be a lot of movement back in 2013 as well. Haven't looked into that yet.


COVID-19 pandemic and vaccine development
See also: Pfizer–BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine
Initial development and testing
In March 2020, as the scale of the COVID-19 pandemic became apparent, Pfizer partnered with BioNTech to study and develop COVID-19 mRNA vaccine candidates. Unlike many of its competitors, Pfizer took no initial research funds from the United States' Operation Warp Speed vaccine development program, instead choosing to invest roughly $2 billion of its own funds. Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla has said that he declined money from Operation Warp Speed to avoid government intervention, stating later that "when you get money from someone that always comes with strings. They want to see how we are going to progress, what type of moves you are going to do. They want reports. And also, I wanted to keep Pfizer out of politics, by the way."[129]


So no mention of Moderna which we've established had a much larger role in mRNA development than this BioNtech mob. Nice that Bourla wanted to keep politics out of it.

Linky

Now, the last lot in this is BionTech. Who are they and what have they been up to?


Foundation (2008–2013)
BioNTech was founded in 2008 based on research by Uğur Şahin, Özlem Türeci,[12] and Christoph Huber,[13] with a seed investment of €150 million.[14] The company's activities focus on the development and production of technologies and drugs for individualized cancer immunotherapy.[3] Andreas and Thomas Strüngmann, Michael Motschmann, and Helmut Jeggle were cofounders.[15] In 2009, the acquisition of EUFETS and JPT Peptide Technologies took place.[16][17] Katalin Karikó, whose work on mRNA whilst working at the University of Pennsylvania underpinned the development of Pfizer–BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine,[18] joined BioNTech as a senior vice president in 2013.[19]


Katalin Kariko again. 2013, again.


Expansion (2014–2019)
Between 2014 and 2018, many research results on mRNA mechanisms were published by BioNTech.[20] Collaborations and commercialization programs were concluded with various companies and scientific institutions starting in 2015.[21] During this period, BioNTech filed several patent applications and developed a multi-layered strategy to protect its intellectual property in the various technology platforms and their application in the treatment of cancer and other serious diseases.[citation needed]

In August 2018, the company entered into a multi-year research and development (R&D) collaboration with the US company Pfizer Inc. to develop mRNA-based vaccines for prevention of influenza. Under the terms of the agreement, following BioNTech's completion of a first-in-human clinical study, Pfizer would assume sole responsibility for further clinical development and commercialization of mRNA-based flu vaccines.[22]

In January 2019, Sanofi invested €80 million in BioNTech and extended the mRNA cancer research collaboration between the two companies; Sanofi previously paid US$60 million upfront for the rights to five discovery-stage immunotherapies of BioNTech in 2015.[23] In September 2019, BioNTech received a capital contribution of US$55 million from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, with the option of doubling that investment amount at a later date.[24]


And now the other link, which I'm not going into here. It's getting too long. Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.

Linky

So in summary, Moderna is just a vehicle for whatever has been set up going back at least 2013. I'd wager that they were given the sequence to insert into their "vaccine" from the Wuhan Institute of Virology, who in turn got their research from Fauci's NIAD, who's been bankrolled by God knows who from back in the 80's. Blaming Moderna for this is like blaming the company that sold the rifle to Oswald.

The people, if they are people, who are behind this will never be known by us plebs. It's a big game and we're all just pieces on a board.



Nice detective work. Look at the connections David Martin has made. He pretty much figured out the who part, although Moderna is still guilty in this situation.



posted on Mar, 4 2022 @ 04:59 PM
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originally posted by: Archivalist
If we hold Moderna to the same standard that Monsanto holds farmers, then they need to be crucified in court for this.

Monsanto patented genetic code ends up in your crop
Monsanto sues you

Ergo, by the same legal railwork that allows Monsanto to win these cases, Moderna is liable for Covid.

This is primed to go up to the Supreme Court if any lawyer has the balls to do this. The risk of assassination is very high.



This is America, they'll just sue everyone who caught COVID-19 for royalties.



posted on Mar, 4 2022 @ 06:19 PM
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originally posted by: v1rtu0s0


Nice detective work. Look at the connections David Martin has made. He pretty much figured out the who part, although Moderna is still guilty in this situation.


Cheers. I actually started just wanting to point out the misdirection but fell into a hole of links that just kept giving.

Had a quick skim of Martin and will look into it later. I decided to look into the names to see what else lined up. Hoo boy!


Katalin Karikó (Hungarian: Karikó Katalin, pronounced [ˈkɒrikoː ˌkɒtɒlin]; born 17 January 1955) is a Hungarian-American biochemist who specializes in RNA-mediated mechanisms. Her research has been the development of in vitro-transcribed mRNA for protein therapies. She co-founded and was CEO of RNARx, from 2006 to 2013.[1] Since 2013, she has been associated with BioNTech RNA Pharmaceuticals, first as a vice president and promoted to senior vice president in 2019.[2] She also is an adjunct professor at the University of Pennsylvania.[1]

Karikó's work includes the scientific research of RNA-mediated immune activation, resulting in the co-discovery with American immunologist Drew Weissman of the nucleoside modifications that suppress the immunogenicity of RNA.[3][4][5] This is seen as further contribution to the therapeutic use of mRNA.[6] Together with Weissman, she holds U.S. patents for the application of non-immunogenic, nucleoside-modified RNA. This technology has been licensed by BioNTech and Moderna to develop their protein replacement technologies but was also used for their COVID-19 vaccines.[7] She and Weissman have received many awards including the prestigious Lasker-DeBakey Clinical Medical Research Award and Time Magazine's Hero of the Year 2021.


2013 is important I'm starting to think.


In 1989, she was hired by the University of Pennsylvania and worked with cardiologist Elliot Barnathan on Messenger RNA (mRNA).[8] In 1990, while an adjunct professor at the University of Pennsylvania’s Perelman School of Medicine, Karikó submitted her first grant application in which she proposed to establish mRNA-based gene therapy.[2] Ever since, mRNA-based therapy has been Karikó's primary research interest. She was on track to become full professor, but grant rejections led to her being demoted by the university in 1995.[7] She stayed on and in 1997, she met Drew Weissman, professor of immunology at the University of Pennsylvania.[13] Her persistence was noted as exceptional against the norms of academic research work conditions.[14]


Notice how they were quite happy to call it a gene therapy back then. Now? Conspiracy!!! Drew Weissman has had his Wiki page thoroughly sanitized, by the way.


Karikó's key insight came about after she focused on why transfer RNA used as a control in an experiment did not provoke the same immune reaction as messenger RNA.[9] Their key finding of a chemical modification of mRNA to render it non-immunogenic was rejected by the journals Nature and Science, but eventually accepted by the niche publication "Immunity".[3] In a series of articles beginning in 2005, Karikó and Weissman described how specific nucleoside modifications in mRNA led to a reduced immune response.[13] They founded a small company and, in 2006 and 2013, received patents for the use of several modified nucleosides to reduce the antiviral immune response to mRNA. Soon afterward, the university sold the intellectual property license to Gary Dahl, the head of a lab supply company that eventually became Cellscript. Weeks later, Flagship Pioneering, the venture capital company backing Moderna, contacted her to license the patent. All Karikó said was "we don't have it".[2]

In early 2013, Karikó heard of Moderna's $240 million deal with AstraZeneca to develop a Vascular endothelial growth factor mRNA. Karikó realized that she would not get a chance to apply her experience with mRNA at the University of Pennsylvania, so she took a role as vice president at BioNTech RNA Pharmaceuticals[2] (and subsequently became a senior vice president in 2019).

Her research and specializations include messenger RNA-based gene therapy, RNA-induced immune reactions, molecular bases of ischemic tolerance, and treatment of brain ischemia.


I'd like to look into Flagship Pioneering but don't think I'll find out much on the open web. Well I've got something to do today at least.



posted on Mar, 4 2022 @ 07:20 PM
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a reply to: detroitnative

Same experience here.



posted on Mar, 5 2022 @ 03:58 AM
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Just heard earlier that they've found evidence supporting Covid's origins in animals, not a lab. Perfect timing for the news about Moderna. Interesting way to counter attack these revelations. Somewhat ... juvenile.
edit on 5-3-2022 by MikhailBakunin because: (no reason given)



posted on Mar, 5 2022 @ 05:25 AM
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will be swept under the carpet as we are all too busy thinking about nuclear annihilation
to worry about a flu anymore but I wont forget this
thanks for the info
ill share with my friends



posted on Mar, 5 2022 @ 08:27 AM
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a reply to: v1rtu0s0

Yeah it's like a criminal whose fingerprints match another crime he's done and his lawyer says it's a coincidental match. Maderna is obviously responsible.



posted on Mar, 5 2022 @ 11:48 PM
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originally posted by: HawkeyeNation
OP I've given you a lot of crap about some of your other threads and while I have not fully read into details on what you wrote, I can get behind this being lab created. From day 1 this did not seem natural and I was not buying that narrative at all.

My biggest question is whether or not it was released on purpose, which if I had to bet money I would lean that way.


In retrospect, why were you giving a lot of crap in the other threads?



posted on Jun, 25 2022 @ 12:37 AM
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originally posted by: Archivalist
If we hold Moderna to the same standard that Monsanto holds farmers, then they need to be crucified in court for this.

Monsanto patented genetic code ends up in your crop
Monsanto sues you

Ergo, by the same legal railwork that allows Monsanto to win these cases, Moderna is liable for Covid.

This is primed to go up to the Supreme Court if any lawyer has the balls to do this. The risk of assassination is very high.



We should all legally own our genetics. It's a shame the government doesn't support individuals patenting their own genes.

But, for soooome reason the government doesn't want to grant us that extra bit of protection from medical experts and provide a means for individuals to be monetarily rewarded when a part of them leads to an improvement for humanity in general.

Or seek it when their body is used to create a product and they aren't given anything in return. Looking at the now dead Dr. Howard Jones and John Hopkins University.



posted on Mar, 29 2023 @ 09:23 AM
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originally posted by: detroitnative
a reply to: v1rtu0s0

And the Vaccine Junkies are still saying that everyone should be vaccinated and boosted. You have to be an insane lunatic to still think the vaccine is or was a good idea.

I am one of 4 people who didn't get it in my office. They were threatening that we would have to test daily, ect.. Then all of a sudden there was no mention of mandates, masks or vaccines. But now we have a War in the Ukraine. pfft..



Lucky you. I was smart like you and didn't want to attempt suicide to keep my job, so I was fired with cause from my job as a senior ops manager of national clinic operations...I won't mention the company. One of only 2 people in the whole company to be fired for not taking the death jabs.

Now I work a minimum wage job. Luckily my healthy wife and I now have a baby due any day. So, regardless of whatever job I did have and now have, I also have the best job ever...raising my own child to be unvaxxed, self sufficient, critical thinking and above all, brave, courageous and outspoken.



posted on Mar, 29 2023 @ 11:01 AM
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Does that mean that people who get infected with Covid-19 have to pay patent fees to Moderna for "using" their patented IP aka the covid virus?



posted on Apr, 29 2023 @ 09:47 PM
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Moderna CEO caught admitting covid 19 was an inside job:

www.abovetopsecret.com...


Another puzzle peice falls into place.
edit on 29-4-2023 by v1rtu0s0 because: (no reason given)



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