"Inadvertent Intravascular is Rare" Myth - Despite Aspiration, Experienced Nurses Hit the Vascular System in 1.9% of Injections according to a 2015 Study
Hello to you all! On May 13th there will be an international event for all of those who suffered from this horrendous last few years. The most visible victims are the ones dead or maimed by the shots and those who died from untreated cv or other infections and diseases, who did not fit well to the narrative.
But there are many of us who suffered in various ways - discrimination, insults, being outcast from the workplace, public life and places, or simply put in repeated lockdowns.
Could you please share if there is anything planned in your country / region / town? It would be interesting and we still have the time to use and improve creative ideas, so that it could not get silenced and would not go unnoticed.
Thank you all!
Thanks JayD. Unfortunately because I'm B12 deficient, it doesn't seem to absorb unless it's injected 12 weekly for life. I tried sublingual and it didn't work. But thank you for the suggestions, I appreciate it. I hadn't heard of it in a mouth spray. I will look into it, thank you!
Hi Marc, Does this change anything? Circulating Spike Protein Detected in Post–COVID-19 mRNA Vaccine Myocarditis https://www.ahajournals.org/doi/epdf/10.1161/CIRCULATIONAHA.122.061025 CONCLUSIONS: Immunoprofiling of vaccinated adolescents and young adults revealed that the mRNA vaccine–induced immune responses did not differ between individuals who developed myocarditis and individuals who did not. However, free spike antigen was detected in the blood of adolescents and young adults who developed post-mRNA vaccine myocarditis, advancing insight into its potential underlying cause
Interesting substack article from Jessica Rose - in which she talks about intravascular injection of the covid vaccines...... https://jessicar.substack.com/p/are-red-blood-cells-agglutinating?s=03 The thrombotic bus: Are red blood cells agglutinating in injected people because of zeta potential disruption by spike? Is PEG in the COVID shots aiding and abetting agglutination?
Excerpt: For now, my gut tells me this is enough PEG to disrupt the zeta potential of RBCs. This idea also lends itself to the hypothesis that aspiration during injection is a determinant of adverse event frequency. The reason I say this is because if there is, in fact, enough PEG in the blood - assuming no aspiration and subsequent injection of product into the blood stream via a vessel - to lower the zeta potential of RBCs to cause them to clump, then we would only see a fraction of injected people suffering agglutination of their RBCs, ie: the fraction that got this stuff injected directly to the blood. And this is what we are seeing. I would also imagine that repeated doses of the PEG-coated LNP capsules would probably exacerbate any RBC agglutination that had already ensued.
Mark, your usual brilliance. "Carnal country", btw, could be misinterpreted as "lots of fucking".....
You have resolved the problem I had as to why much higher myocarditis after the second jab. If you use the same incompetent jabber, then the intravascular injection is probably pretty common twice in a row, leading to cumulative adverse reactions. What do you think?
Sorry if I have misunderstood, but is there a problem if any intramuscular injection goes into a vessel, or just the MRNA injection? I have a 3 monthly B12 intramuscular injection, and would really like to know if its a similar issue if it goes into a vessel? They don't aspirate and the whole vial is empty in seconds, as they push the plunger very fast. Thanks to anyone that can help.
mountain bike rider Kyle Warner has said that the second the technician pushed the plunger on the covid needle in his arm, he tasted something metallic. he had horrific possibly career ending side effects. other very damaged vaccine victims have reported this too.
so much for staying in the injection site.
Thinking about slow injections - seems it would be almost trivial to invent a slow injection device that would push the plunger at a tightly controlled rate (eg. 5 min duration). Thus keeping the simplicity of the basic hypodermic needle. A prototype for clinical trial purposes (esp in mice) would be technically straightforward.
Trying to understand a bit more of your explanation. A lot of information in one shot.
Is there a specific aspect of the vaccine (such as the spike) that is causing the endothelial risk? If so, what about similar components from an actual infection by the virus? Is this from the LNP? What about conventional vaccines (such as the J&J adenovirus vector)?
I'm not understanding why a perfect IM injection doesn't still just rupture the capillaries and cells in the immediate needle tip area and wash into venules almost instantly. Needles might be 150 micron dia or bigger and even a few ml of fluid is huge. Using your city analogy - dumping a cubic kilometer of water onto 4 houses - what happens?
Intravenous Injection of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) mRNA Vaccine Can Induce Acute Myopericarditis in Mouse Model - PubMed
Good luck with this campaign. Those doing the injecting as well as the one being injected are operating like sheep
How does anyone suppose the deltoid muscle is being supplied necessities if not through blood. The entire idea of not possibly hitting a blood vessel is preposterous.
Marc: You correctly point out that there should be aspiration and no rapid injection. However, I still believe there is danger in the vaccines themselves. I believe that the best way to protect yourself is by a healthy lifestyle and I am very proud to say I am an anti-vaxxer.
What impact would slow injection have on efficacy of protection in the case of vaccines?
While I am confident that poor injection technique (not aspirating and injecting rapidly) can greatly increase the amount of mRNA that gets into circulatory system, even with perfect technique, some of it will end up all over the body, transfecting various organs and tissues. So no matter whether someone promises to #AspirateAndInjectRealSlow, I'll pass on these shots.