Legal impact of mRNA vaccines?  Chile enacts Anti-discrimination-against-Mutants Law (24 February 2022)



After becoming the first country to add neuro-rights to its Constitution, Chile now also becomes the first country in the world not to discriminate against mutants and genetically altered individuals after publishing its Law 21,422 on February 16, 2022.

Specifically, this law forbids “employment discrimination in the face of mutations or alterations of genetic material”.

The question everyone is asking now is, what’s the reason for this law?

Since Chile is one of the most inoculated countries in the world, it’s not surprising that such a law has been enacted.

As dissident doctors warned from the beginning, these inoculums contain secret materials and components that alter the human genome.  Of course, the genetic modification is inheritable.

At the time, Argentinian doctor Chinda Brandolino warned that those who received injections of these inoculums would become transhumans and, therefore, property of the pharmaceutical companies and no longer enjoy Human Rights.

It should be recalled that in a 2013 court case, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that human DNA cannot be patented because it was “a product of nature”.  But at the end of the judgment, the Supreme Court ruled that if a human genome were modified by mRNA vaccines — which are currently being used — then the genome can be patented.

And well, what does the new Chilean law establish?  No employer may condition the hiring of workers, their permanence or renewal of their contract, or promotion or mobiloity in their employment, on the absence of mutations or alterations in their genome.

Two.  The worker may give his free and informed consent to undergo a genetic test.

Three.  If these tests are required by the employer, the employer shall bear the cost thereof.

Four.  The health establishments and laboratories that carry out this type of test, as well as the employees who have access to this information, shall adopt all security measures to protect the privacy of the worker and guarantee reserved handling of the data.

Five.  The worker will always have the right to access the information resulting from a genetic test.

With all these laws that are appearing, do you still believe that these incolums are vaccines?


A “law” obliging free and informed consent after it’s too late.  But no free and informed consent before the mRNA shot.

A law protecting the human genome from pirates and privateers, and a government clever enough to demand proof of the alleged virus, proof of its alleged contagiousness and lethality, before allowing these mass-murdering, mutant-making shots to be administered, would have been preferable to the sweep-up measures in hindsight.  As they say, “to govern is to foresee…“.

“The Human Genome as Public: Justifications and Implications” by Michelle J. Bayefsky, in Bioethics, Vol. 31 No. 3 2017

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