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Do These Studies Confirm Presence of Nanobot Drones in COVID Vaccines?

'In theory, new actuators based on these designs could be combined with more complex devices to carry out a whole range of more sophisticated tasks...'

Afghanistan may not be the only place that deep-state officials plan to conduct clandestine drone strikes.

And ISIS may not be the only group of insurrectionary zealots targeted (along with the occasional collateral damage) for their refusal to comply with a globalist hegemonic order.

The next theater in this shadow war may be your own bloodstream.

According to investigative blogger Jon Rappoport, Japanese officials have suspended some 2.63 million doses of the Moderna vaccine due to possible contamination after they were revealed to have traces of microscopic, metallic particles.

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Rappoport said there is a growing concern over metallic nanoparticles showing up in common vaccines.

He cited a 2017 study published by the International Journal of Vaccines & Vaccination, in which 44 types of 15 different vaccines turned up metallic-particle contamination in shots for HPV, flu, Swine Flu, Hepatitis B, MMR, DPT and tetanus.

“The analyses carried out show that in all samples checked vaccines contain non biocompatible and bio-persistent foreign bodies which are not declared by the Producers, against which the body reacts in any case,” said the study.

“This new investigation represents a new quality control that can be adopted to assess the safety of a vaccine,” it continued. “Our hypothesis is that this contamination is unintentional, since it is probably due to polluted components or procedures of industrial processes (e.g. filtrations) used to produce vaccines.”

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Alarmingly, such a hypotheses fails to rule out the possibility that the contamination might have been intentional.

Thus, it raises more questions than it answers by stopping short of explaining why vaccine producers might be motivated to contaminate their own product with tiny bits of metal.

But scientific breakthroughs in the four years since the study was published might help offer a more complete picture.

To begin with, many have questioned the experimental process used by both the Moderna and the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccines, which trains mRNA to behave in a particular way rather than stimulating the natural production of antibodies, as would a traditional vaccine.

Already, concerns have arisen about potential side-effects that are being downplayed by public officials and mainstream media.

“It does appear that the mRNA vaccines may be a trigger for myocarditis,” said Matthew Oster, a pediatric cardiologist at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in June acknowledged a prevalence of heart inflammation in young males who took the vaccines.

Other mutagenic side-effects, which could potentially be transferred from one generation to the next, may continue to surface in the years to come.

Yet, the recent breakthroughs in nanorobotic technology could be the biggest concern of all.

Many articles in scientific periodicals have openly celebrated the technology and its ability to deliver “highly-targeted delivery of medical payloads, an outcome that could lessen side effects and negate the need for invasive procedures,” according to a 2015 New Atlas report.

In particular, they have been seen as a promising development for targeting cancer cells.

Yet, their misappropriation by power-hungry globalist oligarchs suggests that these, much like the controversial gain-of-function research that likely created the COVID-19 pandemic, could have a dark side.

As of 2020, emerging technology was creating the ability to mass-manufacture electronically integrated nanobots, according to Nature.

The development of an engineering process that uses surface electrochemical actuators means that new nanobot designs are now able to rely on the use of graphene legs for mobility, making them less like microchips and more like miniature drones.

Researchers can activate the legs and control the motion by shining a laser on different components of the robot.

“At the moment, they can’t do much, but their compatibility with existing micro-electronics makes them versatile,” said a YouTube video by Nature posted in August 2020.

“In theory, new actuators based on these designs could be combined with more complex devices to carry out a whole range of more sophisticated tasks,” it said. “The researchers have pointed to everything from fighting cancer to tackling crop pests.”

The need to augment the existing micro-machines in the bloodstream with new components could potentially explain the Biden administration’s eagerness to push booster shots indefinitely onto the unwitting public.

Reassuringly, such usage “is decades away,” the video claimed. “Time will tell if these first small steps for micro-robots could be a giant leap for micro-robotics.”

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