Israelis Claim They’ll Have a Coronavirus Vaccine Developed in the Next Few Weeks

Lee Rogers
Daily Stormer
March 1, 2020

The Israelis are crediting “luck” for their ability to develop a coronavirus vaccine so quickly.

The Israelis are claiming that they’ll have a coronavirus vaccine developed within the next few weeks.

Jerusalem Post:

Israeli scientists are on the cusp of developing the first vaccine against the novel coronavirus, according to Science and Technology Minister Ofir Akunis. If all goes as planned, the vaccine could be ready within a few weeks and available in 90 days, according to a release.

“Congratulations to MIGAL [The Galilee Research Institute] on this exciting breakthrough,” Akunis said. “I am confident there will be further rapid progress, enabling us to provide a needed response to the grave global COVID-19 threat,” Akunis said, referring to the disease caused by the novel coronavirus.

For the past four years, a team of MIGAL scientists has been developing a vaccine against infectious bronchitis virus (IBV), which causes a bronchial disease affecting poultry. The effectiveness of the vaccine has been proven in preclinical trials carried out at the Veterinary Institute.

MIGAL is located in the Galilee.

“Our basic concept was to develop the technology and not specifically a vaccine for this kind or that kind of virus,” said Dr. Chen Katz, MIGAL’s biotechnology group leader. “The scientific framework for the vaccine is based on a new protein expression vector, which forms and secretes a chimeric soluble protein that delivers the viral antigen into mucosal tissues by self-activated endocytosis, causing the body to form antibodies against the virus.”

Endocytosis is a cellular process in which substances are brought into a cell by surrounding the material with cell membrane, forming a vesicle containing the ingested material.

In preclinical trials, the team demonstrated that the oral vaccination induces high levels of specific anti-IBV antibodies, Katz said.

“Let’s call it pure luck,” he said. “We decided to choose coronavirus as a model for our system just as a proof of concept for our technology.”

The Jew credits “luck” for them being able to develop this vaccine so quickly. It is certainly odd to see how Jews are always so lucky. But is it really luck? Or is something else going on?

One theory is that the coronavirus is actually a biological weapon produced by the United States and Israel that was originally deployed against China as part of a plot to destabilize their government. While this theory is unconfirmed, it is a plausible theory that even the Arab media has reported on. The Israeli media was not happy about this reporting and has attempted to discredit the theory.

Jerusalem Post:

Numerous reports in the Arab press have accused the US and Israel of being behind the creation and spread of the deadly coronavirus as part of an economic and psychological war against China, the Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI) reported.

One report in the Saudi daily newspaper Al-Watan claimed that it was no coincidence that the coronavirus was absent from the US and Israel, though this is despite America having 12 confirmed cases at the time of writing.

“A ‘wonder’ virus was discovered yesterday in China; tomorrow it will be discovered in Egypt, but it will not be discovered either today, tomorrow or the day after tomorrow in the US or Israel, nor in poor countries such as Burundi or the Comoro Islands,” the report said.

It also went on to accuse the US and Israel of being behind other outbreaks over the past several years in China and in the Arab world.

One fact bolstering this theory is that the coronavirus conveniently became a major problem after the CIA-backed anti-China riots in Hong Kong began to fizzle out.

Certainly, if the coronavirus was part of Israel’s biological weapon stockpile, it would explain why they’d be able to develop a vaccine so quickly. That’s because they would already have at minimum, some type of working understanding of it, or maybe even a pre-existing working vaccine or cure.

The Jewish Journal went so far as to write a piece taunting anti-Semites over the Israeli vaccine claim.

Of course, this claim about vaccine development could also be a Jewish hoax designed to make shekels by exploiting everyone’s fears of infection. Either way, you are most likely going to be better off taking your chances with the coronavirus than injecting yourself with some cocktail put together by Israeli scientists.

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