What does the inventor of mRNA vaccinations think about the vaccine?

This is another good discussion showing how politics and group think, change the message.

Remember you don’t need to be an antivaxxer to be sceptical about new medications.

I’ve had more vaccinations than a needle loving hypochondriac, and I still have serious reservations about being encouraged by the Government to take a vaccine that is still in its long term health effects trial period. I have lived my life singing the praises of viral immunology.

But I like my drugs well tested.

What I do like the idea mentioned in this piece, is the creation of an AI App that can help you weigh up the risks of whether you should get the jab or not.

All medical treatments have an element of risk. if you are young fit and healthy, I cant see how a right minded doctor would recommend you take a vaccine for a condition that is 99.99% survivable.

However, if you are older with existing health issues I can see why you would jump at the chance of the vaccine.

Always seek your own medical advice and these videos are shared so you can see what the advice is that the true experts etc are offering

The video presentation below is of the inventor of mRNA vaccines Dr. Robert Malone, speaking about his thoughts on the strategies that should be being considered by our medical boss’s.

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Louis Hattan August 28, 2021
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What a nut job this guy is. He is exactly the type of dangerous scientist who speaks in the right tone and uses the right terms to misconstrue information. He did not invent mRNA technology. In his younger years he coauthored two studies related to using DNA and RNA injections directly into cells in order to promote the creation of certain proteins. He correctly envisioned that this new method could be used to expand the study of vaccines technology. This was in the late 80s (maybe 90s, not sure) and none of the technoloical advances that allowed the creation of today's mRNA vaccines existed then.  Furthermore, as it happens with many scientific discoveries, today's mRNA technology is the result of a collaborative process happening over decades and carried on by many scientists around the world. Some scientists have played a bigger role in this dynamic, and getting more press coverage as a result, but nobody has claimed to be the "inventor" of mRNA vaccines.  One important thing to notice is that Dr. Malone's message has found an audience in media outlets at the fringes, not in mainstream media and certailny not in reputable scientific sites.  He is dangerous and exactly the type of scientist we should not be listeing to. The vaccines work, they are a Godsend for humanity and we should all be greatful to God for giving us the scientists who, working together with information developed over many years, were able to develop these quasi-miracolous vaccines in record time.