In the early days of the covid propaganda onslaught, I thought often — in fact, I yearned — for the possibility that the New Zealand government would once again establish its bona fides on the world stage by taking a sensible position.
I imagined our then-Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern addressing the nation with ardent resolve not to succumb to a campaign of fear and impulse but to protect the citizenry of this small two-island country at the ends of the earth by zealously guarding our unalienable rights. I spun speeches in my own mind that would seek to calm anxieties about an invisible pathogen, rely on the strength and courage of people to follow established medical principles, acknowledge the critical role of natural immunity if and when illness made inroads, and vigorously pursue early treatment so as to avoid the lurid death scenarios depicted abroad, replete as they were with images of ventilators and overcrowded Intensive Care Units.
That, of course, was not to be.
The government instead assured us that they were the only font of covid truth and that the only way out of the pandemic to end all pandemics was via lockdowns, masks, mandates and universal inoculation with a novel biological agents never adequately tested masquerading as a vaccine. These agents, relying upon the mRNA platform, continue to be used only under provisional consent.
In a recent publication by Acevedo-Whitehouse and Bruno, concerns are raised about the risks of mRNA-based therapies. To quote from this paper’s abstract
“To date, there are no published studies on the biodistribution, cellular uptake, endosomal escape, translation rates, functional half-life and inactivation kinetics of synthetic mRNA, rates and duration of vaccine-induced antigen expression in different cell types. Furthermore, despite the assumption that there is no possibility of genomic integration of therapeutic synthetic mRNA, only one recent study has examined interactions between vaccine mRNA and the genome of transfected cells, and reported that an endogenous retrotransposon, LINE-1 is unsilenced following mRNA entry to the cell, leading to reverse transcription of full length vaccine mRNA sequences, and nuclear entry.”
Many of us suspected from the beginning that the use of a genetic medical technology would invariably hazard alteration of the genome. Despite the assurances we were given that the mRNA in the inoculation agents could never affect our DNA, we remained dubious. And, in fact, we have been correct. Nonetheless plans are afoot to ‘vaccinate’ not only every human being on the planet but also every mammalian food source.
The human genome, the very genetic blueprint of every individual which defines our health and well-being, should be an inviolable entity.
In the past New Zealand has taken a pioneering position on the use of nuclear arms and energy within the confines of its borders, having passed the New Zealand Nuclear Free Zone, Disarmament, and Arms Control Act in 1987. I believe that New Zealand should now, with urgency and immediacy, ban all mRNA-based therapeutics, not only to avoid potentially catastrophic health consequences, but also to safeguard, as a matter of principle, our right to a genetic identity that should be unique and unalterable — not subject to the intrusive artificial manipulations of a State, especially since that State arrogated unto itself the criminal ‘authority’ to mandate these products.
As a consequence I am petitioning the New Zealand government, which in 1893 led the world with respect to women’s suffrage, to ban immediately and urgently all mRNA-based therapeutics.
It reads as follows:
That the House of Representatives ban mRNA-based vaccines and medical interventions in humans and animals in New Zealand.
I believe that: mRNA therapeutics pose potentially catastrophic dangers; a recent study of the risks of mRNA vaccination shows that it can modify the human genome; many other aspects of mRNA-based therapies are unknown; the human genome is the very genetic blueprint of every individual, defines our health and well-being, and should be an inviolable entity. In the past New Zealand has taken a pioneering position on the use of nuclear arms. We should do so now for mRNA-based interventions.
The link to the petition is here.
I can think of few actions more necessary or noble for a country to take at this time.
Since any person — including non-New Zealand citizens — may petition New Zealand’s Parliament, of any age, I urge you to sign and distribute this as widely as possible.