For the first time in history, mRNA vaccines are being utilized on a mass scale. Global governments demand every man, woman, and child receive the experimental infusion. Authorities claim such measures are for ‘public safety’ yet the drug manufacturers admit their products do not prevent transmission or infection of COVID-19. Reports of adverse reactions reach unprecedented heights with every passing day. Countries with the highest inoculation rates have recorded significant spikes in heart conditions, blood clots, and strokes. Many concerned bystanders who oppose the medical mandate are asking themselves: why the push? One Argentinian researcher believes she knows the answer.
Dr. Chinda Brandolino is a healthcare professional who specializes in lymphology, phlebology, and occupational medicine. As more patients became immunized, she grew increasingly disturbed. An alarming number suffered severe and debilitating complications. While observing these troubling afflictions, the physician began to study messenger ribonucleic acid and its effects on genetics. A diligent investigation led her to a specific case from 2013. In the Supreme Court ruling of Association of Molecular Pathology versus Myriad LLC, lawmakers declared human genomes altered by mRNA vaccines can be patented. During a recent conference she elaborated on the decree’s dire implications:
“When you modify the genome with an adenovirus vaccine, that vaccinated person is already a transgenic— a transhuman person. According to what is legally established in international law, it will be the property of the owner of the patent. But the most dramatic thing of all is that because when transhuman, that person will not be considered human according to the Human Rights we know. The situation is extremely serious and I have the feeling that people do not realize the seriousness of what we are facing. It is not only the diseases the vaccine is going to produce, often fatal, but also the fact that the survivors will have a modified genome and that this modification will be passed on to their descendants. Because their genome is modified, that modification is patented. Everything that is patented belongs to the patent holder.”