Plant-Based Edible Vaccines (PEVs)
Agrobiotech Industry Robber Barons are miles ahead of the “unwashed masses.”
We the people are uneducated, uninformed, and unqualified, according to the less than one percent.
Keeping up with these billionaire cabals is a full-time job.
We Americans are too occupied with school, work, football, Facebook, and Game of Thrones to get up to speed.
Bread and Circuses point back to Rome.
“History may not repeat itself, but it rhymes.”
The resistance to biotechnology and nanotechnology is part-time and amateurish.
Dilettantes are no match for full-time professional villains.
Case in point — Edible Vaccines.
Transgenic plantibodies (plants containing animal and human antibodies) are the Next Big Thing.
Well, actually you might already be eating them.
Human testing has been going on for decades — many human test subjects not even knowing about it.
There were many volunteers. After all, what could go wrong … go wrong … go wrong … go wrong?
Why inject a vaccine when you can eat it?
No more free flu shots at drugstores and supermarkets.
Just chomp down on any one of hundreds of vaccine-laden foods — “bananas, potatoes, tomatoes, lettuce, rice, wheat, soybeans, and corn.”
Gene jockeys are especially stoked on bananas because children crave them, and bananas are grown all over the world (important because Edible Vaccines don’t ship well).
Tobacco too. Smokers can smoke their vaccines, and, thanks to Crop Tech Corporation and Virginia Tech, human genes supply the necessary antibodies.
Edible Vaccine research is heavily funded by the National Institute of Health and the Defense Department, according to page 13,107 (Jun. 29, 2000) of the Congressional Record — 16 years ago.
No refrigeration is needed for Edible Vaccines in freshly-picked food, but shipped food requires refrigeration.
(Refrigeration for vaccines was invented by none other than Thomas Jefferson, who forcibly vaccinated everyone on his plantation.)
Edible Vaccine businesses are getting cagier with their formulae, e.g., polio vaccines carry “organic” cholera vaccine as an adjuvant instead of “so last year” mercury and squalene.
Nanotechnology is ESSENTIAL to plant-based enzymes.
Scientists began working on “atom by atom maneuvering” as far back as 1959 (maybe before).
Self-assembling molecular machines didn’t just spring into existence out of nowhere in no time.
Atom-smiths are learning to build drugs one atom at a time.
Most of our supplements are now being made with biotech and many with nanotech.
Biotechnology doesn’t offer precise control of atoms.
This work isn’t being done in huge factories — I tracked one nanotech supplement company’s address to a single house in a Katy, Texas, residential neighborhood.
Actually, most nanotechnology is being funded by you and me.
Why? Because we’re footing the bill for lab research at locations such as …
University of Texas, University of Texas A&M, Tulane University, Philadelphia University, Thomas Jefferson University (but of course!), University of Massachusetts at Amherst, Washington University, Cornell University, Purdue University, Arizona State University, University of Loma Linda, Scripps Research Institute, University of California at Los Angeles, TO NAME ONLY A FEW U.S. institutions.
People who “fail” (not the languaging) to get their vaccinations cost the country over $7,000,000,000 per year in lost productivity and medical treatments, according to a study by the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.
Guess what? University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, is heavily invested in soybean Edible Vaccines “against viral, bacterial, fungal, parasitic, or prion related diseases, cancer antigens, toxins, and autologous or self proteins.”
Why isn’t there a nanotechnology backlash?
Why don’t people demand nanotech ingredients be listed on labels?
Why are people using thousands of nanotech products already and are not even aware of it?
Nanotech billionaires LEARNED how to avoid another biotech fiasco.
Public Relations has come a long way since the days of Edward Bernays (1891-1995).
According to Frank Ogden (Dr. Tomorrow) …
“Today technology can replace whole new industries, so you have to stay flexible. To survive today, you have to learn to walk on quicksand and dance with electrons.”
Don’t let the biotech/nanotech grass grow beneath your feet.