CoronaVac, the Chinese Vaccine

Michael Moore 11 February 2021

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According to the Lancet, The British Medical Association Journal, (See link below), The Chinese manufactured Vaccine for Sars-Cov-2 (Corona virus or Covid-19) the vaccine is a viral vaccine and does not contain mRNA or RNA, a DNA changing substance.

The contents are, "CoronaVac is an inactivated vaccine candidate against COVID-19, created from African green monkey kidney cells (Vero cells) that have been inoculated with SARS-CoV-2 (CN02 strain). At the end of the incubation period, the virus was harvested, inactivated with β-propiolactone, concentrated, purified, and finally absorbed onto aluminium hydroxide. The aluminium hydroxide complex was then diluted in a sodium chloride, phosphate-buffered saline, and water solution before being sterilised and filtered ready for injection. The placebo is just the aluminium hydroxide diluent solution with no virus.”

mRNA Vaccine

An RNA vaccine or mRNA (messenger RNA) vaccine is a type of vaccine that uses a man-made copy of a natural chemical called messenger RNA (mRNA) to produce an immune response. The vaccine transfects molecules of synthetic RNA into human cells. Once inside the cells, the vaccine's RNA functions as mRNA, causing the cells to build the foreign protein that would normally be produced by a pathogen (such as a virus) or by a cancer cell. These protein molecules stimulate an adaptive immune response which teaches the body how to identify and destroy the corresponding pathogen or cancer cells. The mRNA molecule is coated with a drug delivery vehicle, usually PEGylated lipid nanoparticles,[2] to protect the fragile mRNA strands and aid their absorption into the human cells.

Wikipedia (referencing the papers listed below).

The Moderna and Pfizer vaccines are a typical examples of the RNA and mRNA vaccines, designed to alter the DNA structure.. this is GMO for humans. If you recall, GMO is where seeds are genetically modified to produce only fertile seeds from the Monsanto company.

Medicinal ingredients of the Pfizer Covid Vaccine.


Non-medicinal ingredients:

ALC-0315 = ((4-hydroxybutyl)azanediyl)bis(hexane-6,1-diyl)bis(2-hexyldecanoate)

ALC-0159 = 2-[(polyethylene glycol)-2000]-N,N-ditetradecylacetamide



dibasic sodium phosphate dihydrate

monobasic potassium phosphate

potassium chloride

sodium chloride


water for injection

(sourced from a Canadian Government website)


Only a few healthy individuals were involved in the trials. The real test will come when masses of individuals of all types and health dispositions line up for the vaccine, so poorly tested.

In a recent article, Berdine stresses he has yet to find a medical colleague who is willing to be among the first to take the experimental vaccine. Most say they want to review the safety data after a year or so of use before they'll consider getting it.

"These colleagues are concerned about possible autoimmune side effects that may not appear for months after vaccination," Berdine writes. It's worth noting that none of the trials currently underway include immunocompromised volunteers, so the effects of these vaccines on people with suppressed immune function is wholly unknown. This is a significant problem, seeing how an estimated 14.7 million to 23.5 million Americans suffer from some form of autoimmune disease, and these people are also at increased risk for COVID-19 complications and death.”

“If the vaccine exacerbates autoimmune problems, the outcome could be devastating for an extraordinary number of people. The volunteers currently enrolled in trials are all healthier than the average American, yet side effects appear commonplace even among this "elite" group”


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