Bill Gates-Funded Lab Developing Vaccine That Spreads ‘Like a Virus’ To Vaccinate People Without Consent

A team of Bill-Gates linked research scientists have announced they are developing a vaccine that spreads “like a virus,” meaning people will “catch” the vaccine like they would a cold or flu, and without consenting to vaccination.

The research is being subsidized by high-profile funding organizations, including the U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH), which has longstanding and close financial ties to the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

Self-spreading vaccines have roots in efforts to reduce pest populations. Australian researchers described a virally spread immunocontraception, which hijacked the immune systems of infected animals—in this case a non-native mouse species in Australia—and prevented them from fertilizing offspring.

Is this how the elites consider the human species? A pest population that needs to be culled?

Researchers have been working on experimental “self-spreading vaccines” that could stop a virus leaping from animals to humans — a phenomenon scientists call zoonotic spillover.

A virus that confers immunity throughout an animal population as it spreads in the wild could theoretically stop a zoonotic spillover event from happening, snuffing out the spark that could ignite the next pandemic.

The earliest self-spreading vaccine efforts targeted two highly lethal infectious diseases in the European rabbit population (myxoma virus and rabbit hemorrhagic disease virus). In 2001, Spanish researchers field-tested a vaccine in a wild rabbit population living on Isla del Aire, a small Spanish island just off Menorca. The vaccine spread to more than half the 300 rabbits on the island, and the trial was deemed a success.

The bioweapon question

While researchers may intend to make self-spreading vaccines, others could repurpose their science and develop biological weapons. Such a self-spreading weapon may prove uncontrollable and irreversible.

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