The deadly new world of vaccines and monoclonal antibodies: Introduction to Humanized Mice

Well folks, I’ve been working on this for several weeks, and it is really hard to figure out where to start. So maybe I should just tell you the ending first: The vast majority of new vaccines and therapeutic drugs need fresh human babies in order to be produced, and you are probably consuming them and don’t even know it.

Do I have your attention?

It must be said that Satan really knows how to play the long game, which he’s been doing since the Garden, but more recently with the Enlightenment, False Liberty, Freemasonry, and finally Modernism, the direct predecessor of Wokeism. I’m having trouble coming up with a more diabolical scheme, where literally everything is inverted and lies are presented as absolute truth, and now having it all coalesce into a Molochian nightmare where child sacrifice becomes a commercialized process to produce “medicine.”

The flashpoint for the rapid development of these humanized mice was initiated by NIH Director Dr. Francis Collins, (not ironically one of the chief architects of your covid imprisonment). You see, the usual way for decades for new medicines to complete animal trials was to test them on chimps, because this provides a very high level of certainty of the safety and effectiveness of the drug in humans. On 15 December 2011, Dr. Collins issued an order banning all new medical testing on chimps.

Work had already started on chimeric mice, but everything was about to rapidly accelerate. We are going to start with one of the earliest studies into a broad range of engineered mice, a study which is still widely cited today by many mice manufacturers in selling their wares. Just keep in mind, the data and techniques you are about to read are ten years old.

“A fundamental understanding of many biological processes in humans has stemmed from experimental studies in animal models, particularly in rodents. Using these models, key aspects of the development and regulation of the haematopoietic and immune systems have been elucidated at the cellular and molecular levels. However, many aspects of mammalian biological systems, particularly their immune systems, are species specific. Moreover, rodents are refractory to certain human specific infectious agents, and many of the new therapeutic and immunomodulatory reagents that have been developed are human specific…

“Therefore, to address the limitations of translating discoveries in rodents into clinical applications, sophisticated small animal models that more closely recapitulate human biological systems, termed “humanized” mice, are more acutely required. We define humanized mice in this review as immunodeficient mice that have been engrafted with human primary haematopoietic cells and tissues that generate a functional human immune system…

“To understand the progress, promise and remaining challenges in the use of humanized mice, it is important to recognize the variety and complexity of the model systems being used in a particular study to appropriately interpret the results. There are many and quite diverse strains of immunodeficient mice…”

Tomorrow, we will get into how these mice are used. To complete today’s introduction, please study the graphic below. You will note that the insertion of “Fetal liver and thymus” and “HSC” (human stem cells, from the same human the liver came from) means that real live humans were used to create these mice. Read the description – they spell it out for you.


14 thoughts on “The deadly new world of vaccines and monoclonal antibodies: Introduction to Humanized Mice”

  1. This is excellent! You’re going back to the beginning of the NIH’s use of humanized mice. J. Victor Garcia, one of the authors of the 2012 study, is a colleague of the notorious Ralph Baric at the University of North Carolina. He wrote a book on humanized mice, I believe. Received $45 million in NIH funding and also receives funding from Bill Gates. Is listed on the 2019 precision mice studies and the Molnupiravir tests on Lung Only mice. Someone to watch, that’s for sure.

    1. Julianne, in addition to Mark, I want to thank you for all the great work that you have done in revealing these atrocities to the public. I listened to the Barnhardt podcast you did with Ann and Nurse Claire three times and have shared far and wide. Very few people are aware about all of this – even in the pro-life movement. Ten years ago, I would have taken great offense to anyone who suggested the US government and its agencies were involved in such evil that would make Auschwitz’ Dr. Mengele envious. Now, it quite frankly makes me sick that I’m living under a regime so far-gone, its doubtful (in my opinion) this nation will survive to the Triumph of the Immaculate Heart. As unpleasant as all of this is, the truth MUST be told and on that note, may God Bless and protect you, Mark and everyone else for doing what you’re doing.

      1. Thank you so much! It’s been a very interesting adventure. I keep thinking I’ve come to the end of the trail on the humanized mice, but something else always pops up, and the trail keeps leading me on. It’s a very big, sticky, ugly web of characters involved in government-funded fetal research, and the good news is that a lot of their research is available to the public. Not all, I’m sure, but enough.

  2. Thank you Mark. You are a voice crying in the wilderness. Will keep you and all truth seekers in my daily prayers.

  3. I so much want to understand all of this but I am not science-minded at all. However, I do understand the basics and it’s sickening beyond belief. God have mercy on us.

  4. It’s all the science fiction horror movies come true. Surely we are approaching The End. When your soul’s a mess you don’t know what you’re doing. If they have souls.
    Thanks. Sickening, frightening.

  5. I don’t understand why using chimpanzees was banned but yet they turned to using these frankenmice? What was the rationale behind this? It’s all beyond disturbing. Also how does one find out what medicines were developed using these?

  6. Question:
    The humanized mouse antibodies/cells are not supposed to cause any type of (transplant) rejection reaction- why is this? They are cells from another human being and technically it would be no different than an organ transplant where the patient needs anti-rejection meds. Maybe the volume of cells “transplanted” are miniscule but still you would expect to see a reaction or at least an autoimmune response. Did you find anything about this? I wouldn’t be surprised if these MAB’s cause freaky cancers and immunological disasters down the road.

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