Robert Malone: "When Is mRNA Not Really mRNA?"
by Paul Alexander
The key issue to me is random insertion into mRNA of pseudo uridine and this is dealt with by Malone; I think he does a decent job to address some issues on how the vaccine mRNA is tampered with
The take home to me in this Malone piece and at times complex paper but well written for the lay person, is this (I have written about the Röltgen CELL paper in a prior stack as this CELL paper is critical as it showed Original antigenic sin (I rename mortal antigenic sin given the prime or prejudice or imprinting is life long) and that mRNA and spike is found in the lymph node germinal centers for up to 60 days post vaccine (note, we can argue they only measured or studied up to 60 days):
“Based on these risk considerations, the original idea behind using mRNA as a drug (for genetic therapeutic or vaccine purposes) was that mRNA is typically degraded quite rapidly once manufactured or released into a cell. mRNA stability is regulated by a number of genetic elements including the length of the “poly A tail”, but typically ranges from ½ to a couple of hours. Therefore, if natural or synthetic mRNA which is degraded by the usual enzymes is introduced into your body, it should only last for a very short time. And this has been the answer which Pfizer, BioNTech and Moderna have provided to physicians when asked “how long does the injected mRNA last after injection”.
But now we know that the “mRNA” from the Pfizer/BioNTech and Moderna vaccines which incorporates the synthetic nucleotide pseudouridine can persist in lymph nodes for at least 60 days after injection. This is not natural, and this is not really mRNA. These molecules have genetic elements similar to those of natural mRNA, but they are clearly far more resistant to the enzymes which normally degrade natural mRNA, seem to be capable of producing high levels of protein for extended periods, and seem to evade normal immunologic mechanisms for eliminating cells which produce foreign proteins which are not normally observed in the body.
Key findings from this seminal work by Katharina Röltgen et al include the following: