Janci Chunn Lindsay, Ph.D., is a molecular biologist and toxicologist and director of toxicology and molecular biology for Toxicology Assist Companies LLC. April 23, 2021, she delivered a three-minute public remark to the U.S. Facilities for Illness Management and Prevention’s Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP).
Her experience is evaluation of pharmacological dose-responses, mechanistic biology and complicated toxicity dynamics. In her ACIP remark (see video beneath), Lindsay described how she aided the event of a contraceptive vaccine within the Nineties that ended up inflicting unintended autoimmune destruction and sterility in animals which, regardless of cautious pre-analysis, had not been predicted. She explains:
“We had been creating what was meant to be a short lived contraceptive vaccine, which was very enticing as a result of it prevented fertilization slightly than stopping implantation — or it ought to have; that was the concept.
Sadly, regardless that fairly a bit of research was completed in numerous animal fashions to be sure that it didn’t have an autoimmune motion, it did find yourself having an autoimmune motion and prompted full ovarian destruction.
Now it is utilized in that method [for permanent sterilization] in canine, cats and different animals. So, that is a cautionary story of how animal research might help us keep away from errors in people once they’re used correctly, and when correct animal research are completed.”
We Might Be Sterilizing an Complete Era
On the time, she referred to as for a right away halt to COVID-19 mRNA and DNA vaccines attributable to security issues on a number of fronts. Particularly, she famous there may be credible concern that they may cross-react with syncytin (a retroviral envelope protein) and reproductive genes in sperm, ova and placenta in ways in which might “impair fertility and reproductive outcomes.”
Not a single examine has disproven this speculation, she famous. One other principle of how these injections would possibly impair fertility might be present in a 2006 examine,1 which confirmed sperm can take up international mRNA, convert it into DNA, and launch it as little pellets (plasmids) within the medium across the fertilized egg.
The embryo then takes up these plasmids and carries them (sustains and clones them into most of the daughter cells) all through its life, even passing them on to future generations. It’s attainable that the pseudo-exosomes which might be the mRNA contents could be good for supplying the sperm with mRNA for the spike protein.
So, probably, a vaccinated lady who will get pregnant with an embryo that may (by way of the sperms’ plasmids) synthesize the spike protein in keeping with the directions within the vaccine, would have an immune capability to assault that embryo due to the “international” protein it shows on its cells. This then would trigger a miscarriage.
“We may probably be sterilizing a complete technology,” Lindsey warned. The truth that there have been dwell births following COVID-19 vaccination just isn’t proof that these injections don’t have a reproductive impact, she stated.
Lindsay additionally identified that experiences of menstrual irregularities and vaginal hemorrhaging in girls who’ve obtained the injections quantity within the hundreds,2,3,4 and this too hints at reproductive results. On this interview, we dive deeper into these mechanisms.
One thing Has Gone Horribly Unsuitable
When requested how she ended up getting so passionately concerned on this controversial matter, Lindsay replies:
“I got interested within the situation as a result of science was not making sense anymore. As an illustration, herd immunity was being redefined. Herd immunity has all the time been outlined by a mix of the pure an infection with vaccination practices that work.
All of a sudden, herd immunity was modified to solely being attained by vaccination, and I knew that that was horribly improper, but it was being touted in all places. It was definitely being touted by [Dr. Anthony] Fauci and others who know higher.
Different issues had been additionally taking place throughout the scientific world. Two of our prime tier journals, The New England Journal of Drugs and The Lancet, revealed fraudulent hydroxychloroquine research.
Ostensibly they’d gone by peer evaluation, and it ought to’ve been simple to catch the errors in these research — in addition to many different research that permit for the emergency use authorization of those gene therapies — they usually weren’t caught.
Hydroxychloroquine and ivermectin are very secure. They have been used safely in pregnant girls and kids for many years, and immediately they had been being vilified as in the event that they weren’t secure. As a toxicologist, I do know they’re secure.
So, a lot of these issues actually piqued my consideration together with all the stuff occurring within the background with respect to the New World Order and the agenda set by the World Financial Discussion board, and our becoming a member of into this, together with so many different international locations, regardless of their intent, their supplies, which declare life will probably be modified as we all know it.
We are going to ‘personal nothing and be comfortable [about it]’ in only a few years. All of this stuff converged for me into a way that one thing had gone horribly improper, that our regulatory institutes had been captured, and that our scientific journals weren’t being trustworthy anymore …
There is a paper that got here out in 2006 referred to as ‘Illness Mitigation Measures within the Management of Pandemic Influenza.’5 This paper is fantastic. It goes by World Well being Group and CDC tips on tips on how to react throughout a pandemic, what works and what does not work, and it clearly factors out that masks do not work.
They knew at that time they do not work. Journey lockdowns do not work. It is a fantastic paper to mainly undergo all the pieces now we have completed in response to this pandemic, and say that is an inappropriate solution to reply, and now we have scientific information that proves it. So, I encourage everyone to return to that paper … to actually see how loopy we have gotten within the mandates that make no scientific sense in any respect.”
Huge Hazard Sign Is Being Ignored
As famous by Lindsay, within the case of the COVID pictures, essential animal research that assist confirm poisonous and systemic results weren’t completed. However we’re nonetheless seeing hazard indicators that should be heeded.
Preliminary security outcomes of mRNA COVID pictures utilized in pregnant girls, primarily based on information from the V-Protected Registry, had been revealed in The New England Journal of Drugs (NEJM) in April 2021.6
In line with this paper, the miscarriage price throughout the first 20 weeks of being pregnant was 12.5%, which is just barely above the traditional common of 10%. (Taking a look at statistical information, the chance of miscarriage drops from an total, common danger price of 21.3% throughout the being pregnant as an entire, to simply 5% between Weeks 6 and seven, all the way in which all the way down to 1% between Weeks 14 and 20.7)
Nonetheless, there’s a definite downside with this calculation, as highlighted by Drs. Ira Bernstein and Sanja Jovanovic, and Deann McLeod, HBSc, of Toronto. In a Might 28, 2021, letter to the editor, they identified that:8
“In desk 4, the authors report a price of spontaneous abortions <20 weeks (SA) of 12.5% (104 abortions/827 accomplished pregnancies). Nonetheless, this price needs to be primarily based on the variety of girls who had been prone to an SA attributable to vaccine receipt and may exclude the 700 girls who had been vaccinated of their third-trimester (104/127 = 82%).”
In different phrases, whenever you exclude girls who obtained the shot of their third trimester (for the reason that third trimester is AFTER week 20 and subsequently shouldn’t be counted when figuring out miscarriage price amongst these injected BEFORE week 20), the miscarriage price is a whopping 82%.
Of these 104 miscarriages, 96 of them occurred earlier than 13 weeks of gestation, which strongly means that getting a COVID shot in the course of the first trimester is an absolute recipe for catastrophe.
“They concluded, very fraudulently, in my estimation, that it was secure to vaccinate within the third trimester, and stated nothing in regards to the clear security sign within the first trimester,” Lindsay says. “It’s simply so dishonest, so purposefully manipulative.”
As for the ladies who get the shot of their third trimester, there’s nonetheless no telling what the ramifications may be in the long run.
“We simply do not know, and that is the issue,” Lindsay says. “There are all types of issues that may go improper with a lot of these therapies, and have gone improper in animal fashions. We do not know what’s going to occur sooner or later for these girls or for his or her kids. This might be handed on.
We’re seeing now plenty of point out of constitutive expression, whether or not that is failure of the mRNA to degrade or integration into the genome. That is nonetheless being investigated.”
Kids Are Dying From COVID Jab-Induced Myocarditis
Lindsay goes on to quote a CDC report that reveals greater than 300 kids between the ages of 12 and 18 have died from myocarditis, a now-recognized facet impact of the COVID jab.
We additionally know, primarily based partially on whistleblower testimony, that greater than 50,000 Individuals have died inside three days of those pictures,9,10 and that’s simply from one database (the Vaccine Adversarial Occasion Reporting System or VAERS). There are 10 different databases that feed into the CDC that the general public doesn’t have entry to.
“This many deaths, it is appalling and alarming,” Lindsay says. “Dr. Peter McCullough says the protection sign for typical vaccines, aside from this gene remedy, would’ve been round 186 complete. We’re now as much as [17,128 reported deaths in VAERS, as of October 15, 202111], however they have not paused this in kids.
They haven’t paused this whereas they’re investigating the myocarditis. As a substitute, they’re pushing it much more. Has this ever occurred earlier than? I imply, does this occur in a state of affairs the place the inhabitants is at basically zero danger for the illness? …
The cardiac deaths alone in completely wholesome youngsters, and pulmonary embolism deaths in youngsters, ought to’ve stopped this. They’re at no danger [from COVID-19]. There isn’t any cause to vaccinate them, completely zero cause to offer them these gene therapies as a result of they’re at no danger [from the infection] …
You already know [the shot] is inflicting coronary heart failure, pulmonary emboli, cardiac arrest in wholesome youngsters, and you are not pausing to analyze the chance versus reward state of affairs? One thing is horribly improper.
Sadly, our regulatory establishments are usually not going to cease this. They’ve clearly been captured. It is one thing that we will should do. Vaccinated and non-vaccinated should stand collectively to say, ‘No, you are not going to experiment on my kids’ …
With the RSV vaccines and the dengue fever vaccines, we had deaths in kids that had been a lot fewer in quantity that stopped these campaigns as properly. It’s extremely, very clear — if you aren’t getting the rest out of this interview with me, perceive that our regulatory and security businesses have been captured.
They don’t seem to be doing their job to guard you or your kids. You should not belief them, as a result of they don’t seem to be doing something in keeping with practices that was adhered to. It is clear that they have been captured and compromised, and I hate to say that. I actually hate to say that, however that is the one logical reply …
We have now all these breakthrough instances too. Should you have a look at Michigan, and I’ve truly been aware about another databases of true loss of life numbers in numerous states [comparing] those that are vaccinated and those that do not, and I can let you know that the media is mendacity with respect to the unvaccinated making up 99% of hospitalizations. They’re completely mendacity.”
How the Jab Can Sabotage Fertility
Getting again to the fertility situation, Lindsay cites a Singaporean examine that examined the COVID jab’s means to intervene with fertility by triggering anti-syncytin-1. The examine included 15 girls, two of whom had been pregnant. She explains:
“They did one thing that I had requested to be completed a very long time in the past, which was to measure anti-syncytin antibodies in an ELISA check. The syncytins are conformationally and genetically much like the [SARS-CoV-2] spike protein, this fusogenic spike protein.
The thought by a number of consultants was that you could possibly have an autoimmune response to the syncytins by creating an immune response to the spike protein, after which that might forestall profitable being pregnant.
However the syncytins are additionally essential in quite a lot of psychological illnesses, reminiscent of bipolar despair. They’re essential on autoimmune illness, lupus and a number of sclerosis. They’re current in skeletal muscle. There’s some affiliation with breast most cancers. They’re actually essential historic retroviral components.
What this examine discovered was extraordinarily attention-grabbing. It discovered that each single certainly one of these girls who had been vaccinated developed autoantibodies to syncytin-1. Now, the authors type of dismissed this and stated, ‘Oh, however we do not suppose that these antibodies had been excessive sufficient to imply something.’
However there was a transparent distinction between the pre-gene remedy sera [blood sample] and the post-therapy sera … What it reveals is that there’s an antibody response, and the importance of it, we do not actually know. However each single one of many girls developed an antibody response that was totally different from the baseline … and I believe that is most likely what’s inflicting a few of these being pregnant losses.”
Are COVID Jabs a Inhabitants-Large Immunocontraceptive?
When requested what she thinks the motive behind this mass injection marketing campaign may be, contemplating the clear hazard indicators, she replies:
“I definitely suppose that to low cost that it’s a type of population-wide contraceptive could be naïve. There is a paper that got here out in 2005. It is referred to as ‘Analysis of Fusogenic Trophoblast Floor Epitopes as Targets for Immune Contraception.’12
This paper tried to search out contraceptive peptides in individuals that had infertility issues already that had been remoted to placentation. So, it was taking a backwards strategy, getting the sera from individuals who had fertility issues and attempting to see what they’d antibodies to that was inflicting the fertility issues …
This work was sponsored by the WHO and the Rockefeller Basis [and the National Institutes of Health]. No shock there. It was then picked up by an organization referred to as AplaGen that took it to patent in 2007.
These are 12-mer peptides, and there is a sequence of eight of them that can be utilized to induce sterility. After they patented it, in addition they stated that it might be used to ameliorate sterility. Curiously, it was additionally related to all the issues that we all know syncytin is related to, — lupus, skeletal muscle problems, bipolar despair [and] quite a lot of different issues.
Though they do not identify syncytin proteins because the proteins which might be focused, they labored backwards from these peptides, after which stated they had been a sequence of different proteins. Typically we all know that proteins might be referred to as the identical factor in numerous discovery realms. So, that is going to take extra analysis, but it surely was definitely attention-grabbing to me.
What it actually factors out is that there have been efforts to make use of peptides or immunocontraceptive means on the placental trophoblast interface to trigger sterilization … So, it will be naïve to suppose that this was not on the plate for future use.”
How Lengthy Will Results Final?
An apparent query is, how lengthy would possibly these results final? Are they lifelong? After all, any reply we give you right here will probably be hypothetical solely, because the research merely haven’t been completed. That stated, together with her background in molecular biology, Lindsay is at the very least certified to theorize.
The mRNA is extraordinarily fragile, which is why a nanolipid with polyethylene glycol supply system is used. As well as, about 30% of the mRNA has been genetically modified to lower degradation. In consequence, the mRNA being injected is magnitudes sturdier than pure mRNA.
What’s extra, the nanoliposomes permit for superior penetration into tissues, and we now understand it spreads all through your physique. It doesn’t keep in your deltoid. How lengthy this modified and stabilized mRNA stays viable remains to be unknown, nevertheless. A corollary query is whether or not this mRNA may be built-in into your genome to turn into a everlasting fixture.
“The reply is, we do not know for positive,” Lindsay says. “After all, with the adenoviral vector vaccines [Janssen and AstraZeneca], they’re extra liable to integration into the genome. We all know that from animal research and previous experiments.
With the mRNA know-how, we have by no means stabilized one thing like this on this method. What we do know is that latest research have come out — Bruce Patterson’s group and one other group — each got here out with the discovering that the spike protein is being expressed, [it’s] current on monocytes, as far out as from the time that the folks got the gene remedy.
So, that provides us a sign that it’s resistant, for positive, to degradation. The longer it stays round, and is immune to degradation, the extra probably that genomic integration occasions can happen. However I do not know the reply as to whether or not it’s going to turn into a everlasting characteristic.”
Make a Rational Alternative
As defined by Lindsay, no coronavirus vaccine has ever been efficiently delivered to market, regardless of 20 years of effort. All have failed attributable to antibody dependent enhancement, the place the vaccination facilitates an infection slightly than protects towards it.
Now, we’re to imagine a secure and efficient coronavirus “vaccine” has been developed in mere months. She additionally makes one other essential level. For the reason that COVID gene therapies don’t forestall an infection, however solely reduce signs, they’re truly a remedy, not a prevention.
And there are far safer and simpler remedies accessible, together with nebulized peroxide, ozone remedy, and hydroxychloroquine and ivermectin regimens.
“If all these gene therapies do is reduce the illnesses, then they don’t seem to be a vaccine, they’re a remedy,” she says. “They’re a remedy that you do not know the mid- or long-term penalties of, which have already prompted quite a lot of adversarial occasions. You need to use your frequent sense to say, why would not I exploit a remedy that has been recognized to be secure over 70 years versus one that’s brand-new, that’s experimental?”
Different Security Indicators
Except for fertility points, coronary heart irritation and blood clots, one other facet impact seen among the many absolutely “vaccinated” is de novo Sort 1 diabetes in adults. This is smart contemplating Pfizer’s biodistribution examine confirmed the spike protein accumulates within the pancreas. The pure SARS-CoV an infection also can have this impact.
Sort 1 diabetes is a major problem, because it leaves you metabolically handicapped for the remainder of your life, depending on extraordinarily pricey insulin injections. Docs are additionally reporting a rise in pancreatic most cancers and acute myeloid leukemia.
The place Do We Go From Right here?
“Many scientists and physicians really feel as I do, and try to determine the place we go from right here,” Lindsay says, “as a result of our typical security and regulatory businesses have been compromised.” She believes we have to proceed sharing the info and details that mainstream media refuse to debate, and proceed urging those that have obtained the jab to at the very least shield their kids.
“We have to stand collectively as one folks and say we’re not going to simply accept this, particularly not for our kids, and attempt to unravel this and see what’s actually behind all these efforts. Is it actually a few virus, or is it extra about different political motivations and campaigns, because it appears to be?”
I’m much less optimistic in regards to the concept of breaking by the brainwashing to get folks to not sacrifice their kids. So many have their minds set in cement with the improper info. They may have their brother, sister, mom or father get the shot and die with the needle nonetheless on their arm, they usually’d nonetheless exit to get a booster the following day.
I’ve seen it so many instances. My pals, their dad and mom, their siblings and family members — there’s this barrier that stops any openness to new info. They’ve made their choice. Mark Twain stated, “It’s miles simpler to idiot somebody than to persuade them they have been fooled.” And it is true.
So, whereas I agree that we should hold attempting, and have religion that reality will prevail, I additionally suppose it’s essential to have reasonable expectations. We’re up towards the best propaganda marketing campaign in fashionable historical past. It’s psychological warfare at its finest.
From my perspective, being a realistic realist, I imagine the perfect technique is to bolster and help those that didn’t purchase into the propaganda narrative to start with, as a result of they don’t wrestle with that cognitive dissonance. If we stick collectively and help one another, so none of us get sucked into the lunacy, then we will at the very least protect the management group.
Finally, the reality will come out, so long as we will protect the management group. In a yr or two, or three, we’ll clearly have the ability to inform how devastating this intervention was just by evaluating the 2 teams. I think those that obtained the shot will probably be severely crippled in numerous methods, and those that didn’t get the shot may have much better well being compared.
“I completely agree that now we have to protect a management group. We even have to think about ways in which we might help these which have been injured. I introduced this out in a letter I just lately wrote, advocating for Dr. McCullough.
Individuals who have gotten this inoculation, if they’ve mid- to long-term results, in case you deny that any adversarial results are actually occurring, then the efforts going into these remedies for people who find themselves having unintended effects are usually not going to be there. We have now to simply accept that these [side effects] are actual in an effort to assist individuals who have already taken the inoculations, and I imagine now we have to strive.”