Moderna Patented Key COVID Spike Protein Sequence in 2016

The information surrounding SARS-CoV-2’s origin simply maintain getting stranger and extra disturbing as time goes on. From the beginning, a lot of the proof appeared to level to the virus being a lab creation that by some means escaped the confines of the laboratory. We actually don’t have a lot of something to recommend in any other case.

Now, a examine1,2 revealed February 21, 2022, in Frontiers in Virology claims to have found {that a} sequence of the virus’ spike protein is a 100% match to a modified messenger RNA (mmRNA) sequence patented3 by Moderna — in 2016.

Some imagine this can be a smoking gun, proving achieve of perform analysis is on the coronary heart of this thriller. After all, extra analysis is required to confirm the findings, but when confirmed appropriate, it might be somewhat incriminating.

What Did Moderna Patent?

The genetic sequence patented4 by Moderna — and now discovered to be a part of the SARS-CoV-2’s furin cleavage website within the spike protein that provides the virus entry into human cells — is a 19-nucleotide sequence of a human gene referred to as MSH3, which is a DNA restore gene.5

Nucleotides code for particular amino acids. The MSH3 gene works with the a part of your immune system liable for combating most cancers by repairing broken cells. This pathway has been recognized as a possible goal for brand new most cancers remedies.

As famous within the patent software, the gene sequence has been modified “for the manufacturing of oncology-related proteins and peptides,” ostensibly to be used in most cancers analysis. The primary title listed on the patent is Stéphane Bancel, a Frenchman who has been Moderna’s chief government officer since 2011.

What’s so curious right here is that the scientists of the Frontiers in Virology paper searched all viral and bacterial databases on the lookout for matches to the furin cleavage website patented by Moderna, and SARS-CoV-2 is the one pathogen that has this sequence. It’s an absolute match — 100% an identical.

What are the possibilities of a naturally-occurring virus having a hardly ever encountered furin cleavage website that’s genetically an identical to an engineered and patented one? As famous by the authors:6

“The absence of CTCCTCGGCGGGCACGTAG from any eukaryotic or viral genome within the BLAST database makes recombination in an intermediate host an unlikely clarification for its presence in SARS-CoV-2.”

In different phrases, the sequence being a pure zoonosis is extraordinarily unlikely. In accordance with the researchers, the prospect that SARS-CoV-2 would have randomly acquired this furin cleavage website by pure evolution is 1 in 3 trillion.7 In addition they famous that “Recombination in an intermediate host is an unlikely clarification.” What’s extra, it’s identified that inserting a furin cleavage website on the spike protein of a virus will make it extra infectious.

Moderna CEO Suggests Lab Leak Accountable for COVID-19

One speculation raised within the paper is that the matching code may need been launched into the SARS-CoV-2 genome by contaminated human cells that specific the MSH3 gene. The query, then, is how and when did that occur?

Apparently, in a February 24, 2022, interview, Fox Enterprise host Maria Bartiromo questioned Bancel concerning the discovering. He responded saying their scientists are trying into the declare, including:

“That it got here from a lab is feasible. People make errors. It’s potential that the Wuhan lab in China was engaged on virus enhancement or gene modification after which there was an accident the place any person was contaminated within the lab, which affected household and mates. It’s potential. On the declare you simply talked about, scientists will look to know if it’s actual or not.”

Why This Code?

Now, if SARS-CoV-2 was man-made, why would they use this explicit code? As famous within the Frontiers of Virology paper, the MSH3 sequence in query has been proven to trigger mismatch restore in DNA, and defective restore of genetic injury can result in quite a lot of ailments, together with most cancers. However overexpression of MSH3 additionally performs a task in virology:

“Overexpression of MSH3 is understood to intervene with mismatch restore … which holds virologic significance. Induction of DNA mismatch restore deficiency leads to permissiveness of influenza A virus (IAV) an infection of human respiratory cells and elevated pathogenicity. Mismatch restore deficiency might lengthen shedding of SARS-CoV-2 …

A human-codon-optimized mRNA encoding a protein 100% homologous to human MSH3 may, through the course of viral analysis, inadvertently or deliberately induce mismatch restore deficiency in a human cell line, which might improve susceptibility to SARS-like viral an infection.”

It’s fascinating to notice that Moderna didn’t have a single profitable mRNA product delivered to market earlier than the COVID-19 pandemic allowed them to bypass regular regulatory necessities.

Now, hastily, we’re to imagine they managed to throw collectively a protected and efficient mRNA injection in opposition to SARS-CoV-2, a virus that simply so occurs to include one among its personal patented parts. What are the chances?

Did Dr. Anthony Fauci, a number one promoter of mRNA expertise as a alternative for conventional vaccines, have something to do with Moderna’s sudden “success”? It actually seems that manner. In spite of everything, the Nationwide Institutes of Allergy and Infectious Ailments (NIAID), an arm of the Nationwide Institutes of Well being (NIH), each funded and co-developed Moderna’s COVID-19 jab.

As defined by the NIH,8 the injection “combines Moderna’s mRNA supply platform with the stabilized SARS-CoV-2 spike immunogen (S-2P)9 developed by NIAID scientists.” In mid-November 2021, Moderna granted co-ownership of its COVID-19 mRNA “vaccine” patent to the NIH to resolve a dispute involving the naming of the inventors.10

Can the COVID Jab Set off Most cancers?

By the way, because the launch of the mRNA COVID jab, some medical doctors have raised considerations about the opportunity of the injections to set off most cancers, largely attributable to its detrimental affect in your immune perform.

For readability, this will don’t have anything to do with Moderna’s patented MSH3 sequence particularly, as a result of the RNA code within the jab is just not an identical to the RNA code of the particular virus. The RNA within the jab has been genetically altered but once more to withstand breakdown and make sure the creation of ample copies of the spike protein.11

To date, the hyperlink to most cancers post-jab appears to be associated to the downregulation of toll-like receptor 4 (TLR4), which is concerned in each infections and most cancers. In an October 2021 article, Dr. Nicole Delépine, a French pediatric oncologist,12 mentioned studies of exploding most cancers instances post-jab:13

“A number of months in the past, we expressed a minimum of “theoretical reservations” about vaccinating most cancers sufferers or former sufferers who had been cured, due to the underlying mechanism of the gene injection on immunity.

A number of geneticists had additionally expressed their considerations concerning the potential interference between energetic or dormant most cancers cells and the exercise of gene remedy on lymphocytes particularly. Months have handed, and the vaccine insanity has amplified … [C]learly there appears to be three conditions:

The looks of a most cancers quickly after the injection (two weeks to a couple months) and really progressive, in an individual who was beforehand freed from identified carcinological pathologies.

The resumption of most cancers in a affected person who has been in full remission for a number of months or years.

The speedy, even explosive, evolution of a most cancers that’s not but managed.

Past the testimonies which are pouring in from relations and mates and on social networks, a Swiss newspaper has lastly addressed the topic in a broader manner. Listed below are some excerpts from their article and their references:

‘Can COVID vaccines trigger most cancers? In some instances, the reply appears to be sure … [It] has been proven that in as much as 50% of vaccinees, COVID vaccines can induce momentary immunosuppression or immune dysregulation (lymphocytopenia) that may final for a couple of week or presumably longer.

Moreover, COVID mRNA vaccines have proven to ‘reprogram’… adaptive and innate immune responses and, particularly, to downregulate the so-called TLR4 pathway, which is understood to play an necessary position within the immune response to infections and most cancers cells.

Thus, if there’s already a tumor someplace — identified or unknown — or if there’s a predisposition to a sure sort of most cancers, such a state of vaccine-induced immune suppression or immune dysregulation may doubtlessly set off sudden tumor development and most cancers inside weeks of vaccination …’”

Dr. Ryan Cole, in August 2021, additionally reported14,15 seeing a major improve in sure sorts of most cancers, particularly endometrial and uterine cancers, because the begin of the mass injection marketing campaign. Cole runs a big pathology laboratory in Idaho.

Different Key Parts of SARS-CoV-2 Have Additionally Been Patented

Time will inform the place this all leads, however clearly, SARS-CoV-2 doesn’t look like the results of pure evolution. The proof for it being man-made is solely overwhelming. To date, few in mainstream media have been prepared to the touch this story, for apparent causes.

Discovering a key gene sequence of the virus in a patent of one of many major vaccine makers is inconvenient to say the least — and that is along with all the opposite patents referring to the virus.

As beforehand detailed16 by David Martin, Ph.D., SARS-CoV-2 seems to have been engineered within the Nineteen Nineties, perfected in 1999 and patented in 2002. Proof additionally exhibits that plans for necessary vaccinations have been hatched in 2015. That yr, throughout an Academies of Science assembly, Dr. Peter Daszak, president of EcoHealth Alliance acknowledged:

“… till an infectious illness disaster may be very actual, current, and at an emergency threshold, it’s usually largely ignored. To maintain the funding base past the disaster, we have to improve public understanding of the necessity for MCM’s [medical countermeasures] equivalent to pan-influenza or pan-coronavirus vaccine.

A key driver is the media, and the economics comply with the hype. We have to use that hype to our benefit to get to the actual points. Buyers will reply in the event that they see revenue on the finish of [the] course of.”

In accordance with Martin, “That’s admission of a felony, and the felony is home terrorism.” In a November 2021 Purple Capsule Expo speech,17 Martin reviewed the timeline of the COVID-19 jab, which started in 1990 with the primary coronavirus vaccine patent for canines (canine) filed by Pfizer.

That vaccine was an S-1 spike protein vaccine — identical to the present Pfizer COVID shot, and based on Martin, that S-1 spike protein is a bioweapon, not a pathogen. 9 years later, in 1999, Fauci, as director of the NIAID, tasked the College of North Carolina Chapel Hill with the creation of “an infectious replication-defective coronavirus” particularly focused for human lung epithelium.

The patent for that replication-defective coronavirus that assaults human lung cells, filed April 19, 2002, (Patent No. 7279327), particulars the gene sequencing of the ensuing virus, and the way the ACE receptor, the ACE2 binding area and the S-1 spike protein have been engineered and might be synthetically modified within the lab utilizing available gene sequencing applied sciences.

Mainly, pc code is became a artifical pathogen, or an intermediate pathogen. This expertise was initially funded to be able to harness the coronavirus as a vector for an HIV vaccine, nevertheless it clearly didn’t finish there.

CDC Holds Patents on SARS Coronavirus

The U.S. Facilities for Illness Management and Prevention additionally holds key patents, together with an illegally obtained patent for all the gene sequence for the SARS coronavirus (Patent No. 7220852), which Martin says is 99% an identical to the sequence now recognized as SARS-CoV-2.

That CDC patent additionally had a number of by-product patents related to it, together with U.S. patent 46592703P and U.S. patent 7776521, which cowl the gene sequence of SARS coronavirus and the means for detecting it utilizing RT PCR testing. With these two patents, the CDC has full scientific management, because it owns the provenance of each the virus and its detection.

In accordance with Martin, there’s additionally proof of a prison conspiracy involving the CDC and Sequoia Prescribed drugs. April 28, 2003 — three days after the CDC filed its patent for the SARS coronavirus — Sequoia Prescribed drugs filed a patent on an antiviral agent for the therapy and management of infectious coronavirus (Patent No. 7151163).

So, the CDC filed a patent on SARS coronavirus, and three days later there’s a therapy? This strongly suggests there was a working relationship behind the scenes. Sequoia Prescribed drugs, based in 2002, develops antiviral therapeutics with a particular concentrate on drug-resistant viruses.18 Its lead traders embrace the Wellcome Belief.

However there’s one more drawback with Sequoia’s 2003 submitting for an antiviral agent. It was truly issued and revealed earlier than the CDC patent on SARS coronavirus had been granted, which didn’t occur till 2007, and the CDC had paid to maintain the appliance non-public.

So, there’s zero risk for anybody however an insider to have that info. That is clear proof of prison conspiracy, racketeering and collusion, Martin notes. You can’t develop a therapy for one thing that you just have no idea exists.

Sanofi additionally owns a collection of patents detailing what we’ve been advised are novel options of SARS-CoV-2, specifically the polybasic cleavage website, the spike protein and the ACE2 receptor binding area. The primary of these patents, U.S. Patent No. 9193780, was issued November 24, 2015.

Between 2008 and 2017, a collection of patents have been additionally filed by an extended record of gamers, together with Crucell, Rubeus Therapeutics, Youngsters’s Medical Company, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität in München, Protein Science Company, Dana-Farber Most cancers Institute, College of Iowa, College of Hong Kong and the Chinese language Nationwide Human Genome Heart in Shanghai.

In accordance with Martin, there are 73 patents, issued between 2008 and 2019, that describe the very components which are stated to be distinctive to SARS-CoV-2. It’s unclear whether or not Moderna’s 2016 patent submitting is a part of that record.

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