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COVID Vaccine Manufacturer National Resilience's Ties to Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Google, and More

COVID Vaccine Manufacturer National Resilience's Ties to Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Google, and More

COVID Vaccine Manufacturer National Resilience's Investors Include Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Google, FDA, and More

Moderna's Vaccine and Its Connection to National Resilience

Moderna, a prominent name in the COVID-19 vaccine race, entrusted the manufacturing of its vaccine to National Resilience, a pharmaceutical company with alleged ties to the CIA, FDA, and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. This information was revealed in a recent report that has sent shockwaves through the industry.

National Resilience's Multiple Identities

The pharmaceutical manufacturing company National Resilience, which was hired by Moderna in 2021 to produce its COVID-19 mRNA vaccines, is said to operate under several names. These include Nanotherapeutics, Nanosphere Inc, Ology Bioservices, and Government Resilience Services, as reported by independent journalist Destiny Rezendes.

Investors in National Resilience

According to the database website Crunchbase, National Resilience's investors encompass a wide range of influential entities such as Google, Lux Capital, Magnetic Ventures, and 8VC. The company's COO also held a position as a senior advisor to Pfizer, adding to the intriguing mix of connections.

Board Members and Investors Tied to Prominent Organizations

Rezendes further disclosed that board members and investors linked to these companies include members of the Council on Foreign Relations, a board member of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, affiliates of the CIA, Merrill Lynch, and the Rockefeller University. Scott Gottlieb, a former FDA commissioner, also served on the board of National Resilience.

National Resilience's Government Contracts

Rezendes also pointed out that National Resilience, also known as Nanosphere and Nanotherapeutics, has numerous contracts with the government related to biological warfare and gene-specific sensors sought by the Department of Defense.

National Resilience and the World Economic Forum

Adding to the intrigue, the World Economic Forum selected National Resilience to lead the Davos panel on cybersecurity. Rezendes expressed skepticism about a biopharmaceutical company's involvement in cybersecurity, encouraging readers to think twice before getting their Moderna booster.

National Resilience's CIA Ties

In 2022, journalist Whitney Webb shed light on more of National Resilience's ties to the CIA. The idea of establishing National Resilience reportedly came from Luciana Borio, the founder of In-Q-Tel, which is the CIA's venture capital firm. Interestingly, the CIA was accused of bribing its own COVID-19 origin team to dismiss the lab-leak theory, according to several agency whistleblowers.

What's Your Take?

This report certainly raises some thought-provoking questions about the connections between influential organizations and the production of COVID-19 vaccines. What are your thoughts on these revelations? Do you think these connections could have any implications for the vaccine production process? Share this article with your friends and start a conversation. Don't forget to sign up for the Daily Briefing, delivered to your inbox every day at 6pm.

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