Analysis Calls for ‘Global Moratorium’ on mRNA Products

An analysis recently published in the International Journal of Vaccine Theory, Practice, and Research describes the “lessons learned” from “clinical trials, mass vaccination, and censorship by the Bio-Pharmaceutical Complex,” calling for a “global moratorium” on “modmRNA products until proper safety and toxicological studies are conducted.”

The abstract for the research explains that while initial trials of mRNA products suggested that the vaccines could “greatly reduce COVID-19 symptoms,” the “premature termination of both trials obviated any reliable assessment of potential adverse events due to an insufficient timeframe for proper safety evaluation.”

“Although we employ the terms ‘vaccine’ and ‘vaccination’ throughout this paper, the COVID-19 modmRNA products are more accurately termed genetic therapy products,” the authors assert. “They are fundamentally different from traditional vaccines which rely on an inactivated or a weakened form of the pathogen.”

According to the analysis, agencies “generalized the definition of ‘vaccine'” to allow for the Emergency Use Authorization of gene therapies. “However, the rationale for regulating the modmRNA products as vaccines and excluding them from regulatory oversight as gene therapy products lacks scientific or ethical justification,” the authors note.

Assessing the dangers and risk factors of mRNA inoculation, the authors pointed to an autopsy study that concluded that 240 out of the 325 autopsies reviewed were “judged to have been caused by the COVID-19 modmRNA products.” The review explains that the “mean time from injection to death was 14.3 days, and the vast majority of deaths had the cardiovascular system as the single fatal organ system injury to the body.”

Prior to the pandemic, few scientific studies were retracted on the basis of “potentially harmful misinformation,” the authors add. Since 2020, more than 430 COVID-19-related papers have been “undergoing retraction as of March 2024,” according to the study.

Papers sharing findings pertaining to ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine were also retracted. “Government agencies and academic institutions misled the public and physicians, suppressing dissenting voices and manipulating data,” the researchers write, adding, “Such propaganda led to a false consensus, driven by biopharmaceutical interests, that both hydroxychloroquine and ivermectin were ineffective and unsafe.”

“Given the unacceptably high risk of death and other well-documented serious adverse events — such as heart damage, clotting and autoimmune disorders, and disabling neurological injuries — we urge governments to endorse and enforce a global moratorium on these modmRNA products and the lipid nanoparticle delivery platform, unless and until all relevant questions pertaining to causality, residual DNA, and aberrant protein production are resolved,” the analysis concludes.

While the review condemns mRNA technology, hundreds of doctors and healthcare professionals have also signed onto the Hope Accord condemning the products.

When American Faith first reported the accord, it had received 19,396 signatures: 608 medical doctors, 1,567 healthcare professionals, 652 scientists and academics, and 16,595 concerned citizens.

Support for the Hope Accord has now increased to 33,265 signatures at the time of writing.

There are now 1,028 doctors, 2,703 healthcare professionals, 1,063 scientists and academics, and 28,471 concerned citizens backing the accord.