Are mRNA Vaccines Safe?

The science is not hidden. If you look for it, you can find it. It is hidden from you by the mainstream media. The critical and relevant information that should be discussed and highlighted in the mainstream never is. This is by design. The pharmaceutical industry gives the mainstream 70% of their income; therefore, the pharma owns the mainstream, so this is where you will see the propagandized version of the reality they want you to believe. It is in no way the truth.

Suppose you have read our article where doctors worldwide call for the immediate cessation of this Coronavirus mRNA vaccine but are still unconvinced about the dangers ahead. In that case, we have compiled other evidence for you to review. We highlight the information that stands out to us, but we ask you to click each link and read each article. We know that the average person needs to do this and understand most of what the medical journals say, highlighting sections that most can understand.

We do not believe the Coronavirus vaccine is in any way safe or effective. Besides the abundance of doctors and scientists coming forward testifying to this fact, here are more of our reasons.


Are mRNA vaccines as safe as they say they are?

If you have read our article where doctors around the world are calling for the immediate cease of this Coronavirus mRNA vaccine and you are still not convinced of the dangers ahead we have compiled some other evidence for you to review. We highlight the information that stands out to us but we implore you to click each link and read each article. We know that the average person does not do this, nor understands most of what the medical journals say so we highlight sections that most can understand.

Here is one article published in 2017

In a recently published seminal work, Alberer and colleagues evaluated the safety and immunogenicity of this vaccine in 101 healthy human volunteers(91). Subjects received 80–640 μg of mRNA vaccine three times by needle-syringe or needle-free devices, either intradermally or intramuscularly. Seven days after vaccination, nearly all participants reported mild to moderate injection site reactions, and 78% experienced a systemic reaction (for example, fever, headache and chills).
There was one serious adverse event in 101 subjects that was possibly related to the vaccine: a transient and moderate case of Bell palsy.
They call one case in one hundred people a relatively safe and tolerable.  So then others go on to cite this study in thier articles saying “The vaccine was generally safe with a reasonable tolerability profile.”
What does one in one hundred cases of Bells Palsy look like if every US citizen were to get an mRNA vaccine? 3,280,00? Bel’s palsy cases? Hmm. This group is too small to go by but if you went by this.
They will always say it might possibly be related and very, very often deny any adverse event is associate with the vaccine.
Safety and immunogenicity of a mRNA rabies vaccine in healthy adults: an open-label, non-randomised, prospective, first-in-human phase 1 clinical trial – PubMed (

mRNA vaccines — a new era in vaccinology | Nature Reviews Drug Discovery



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