Australian state government set to inject livestock with mRNA vaccines in 2023
Company 'partners' with US Army, Gates Foundation and NIH
Background: the players
The New South Wales Government is planning to use mRNA technology to inoculate Australian livestock against foot-and-mouth disease as well as ‘lumpy skin disease.’ Internet archive
The partnering company, Tiba Biotech, states plainly on its website that their ‘collaborators and strategic partners’ include: United States National Institute of Health (NIH), US Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases, and The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
Dr Anthony Fauci is a senior doctor with the NIH, an organisation that has performed gain-of-function (GOF) research on viruses. See for yourself on their own website. GOF research involves experimenting on a virus to (for example) increase its transmissibility or virulence and is ethically complicated.
The US Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases is located in Fort Detrick, Maryland. That’s all I’m going to say about Fort Detrick, but for those who want more, they have a VERY interesting history in biological research and development.
The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has been heavily involved in pandemic and vaccine work globally. You probably have your own ideas about their track record and intentions, but maybe you didn’t know that Bill Gates is the largest private holder of farmland in the United States
We are not suggesting that Dr Fauci, NSW or Tiba Biotech or their partners are going to be performing gain-of-function research or buying farmland in Australia, but it’s important to understand the backgrounds of the people the NSW government is allowing into our agricultural industry. This is simply information so people can make up their own minds.
The NSW mRNA plan
Remarking on the plan to inject livestock with mRNA vaccines, NSW Minister for Agriculture Dugald Saunders said “mRNA vaccines are cheaper and quicker to produce, highly effective and very safe…they are fully synthetic.” Internet archive
There are hundreds of eminent doctors and scientists discussing the risks and history of mRNA injections so I won’t describe them here. But I would say to the Minister, if these vaccines are so safe, consider that the peer-reviewed scientific journal ‘Vaccines’ is soon publishing an entire special issue entitled ‘Adverse Events of COVID-19 Vaccines.’
Also, what does it actually mean when the Minister says “they are fully synthetic”?
Further, in terms of safety, Meat and Livestock Australia managing director Jason Strong says “This type of vaccine technology may not require the longer testing and approval processes required for conventional vaccine development and importation as it does not use animal products.” Internet archive. Ok, but what sort of ‘testing’ will they be skipping? Be specific, release the protocols, and describe the safety implications.
The current mRNA injections are still under emergency use authorisation (EUA). Why are we going full tilt with technology that we still don’t fully understand? For example, they told us that mRNA couldn’t pass through breastmilk, but a recent study showed that it does. Will the mRNA pass into cow’s milk? It could be argued that our stomach acid and heat can denature (break down) the mRNA strands making the livestock vaccine ‘harmless’ to people. Is this true? What about the stock though? They lied about it being passed through breastmilk in the first place. Lots of things they told us about these vaccines have turned out to not be true.
In addition to human safety issues what about the ecological effects of having “synthetic” (?) mRNA in our environment, excreted through manure? Does that stay permanently in our food and water? Is it bioavailable and can it be passed throughout the food web? If these injections kill or maim stock, how does that allow Australia to adhere to our principles of animal ethics?
Australia has a tradition of protecting our food, land and water and our native flora and fauna. We may not have gotten it right every time, but we must avoid a potential ecological, safety and security catastrophe here. Pump the brakes on this. Once this genie is let out of the bottle, there is no going back. In two years we don’t want to see headlines like “Mass cattle death in NSW: scientists are baffled” or “Small town in NSW contracts mysterious illness: Australia asks the WHO for assistance.”
This is an issue that all Australians can get behind: healthy foodies, animal rights activists, environmentalists, farmers, patriots, outdoor enthusiasts, parents and grandparents, the religious, spiritual and ethical. This issue unites us all. Every Australian.
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The announcement has been taken down from the New South Wales state government website but can be found on the Wayback Machine
I'm also worried about our dogs and cats. I don't vaccinate my animals. I recently adopted a cat from RSPCA. It had been vaccinated a couple of days before I adopted him. He was apparently in perfect health when I adopted him. But he went downhill very quickly and I had to have him put to sleep a month after adoption/vaccination. He was tested for FIV & other stuff. Nothing showed up. Vet said likely to be vaccine injury. I'm worried they're going to force mRNA vaccination on our cats & dogs. The normal vaccinations are bad enough.
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