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Jan 1Liked by Marc Girardot

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I was happy to hear Bret mention your work on his great interview.

Apologies if this is a dumb question, but does the bolus theory apply to all injected medicines? Specifically, testosterone injections?

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Yes, absolutely.

Read my article on TREN cough.

Steroids are likely not cytotoxic, but the same phenomenon occurs and people have problems in the lungs... Called POME.

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Jan 23, 2023Liked by Marc Girardot

Missed that article. Got it now. Thank you.

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Thank You for all the great work! My question as to the theory is: Can possible adverse outcomes appearing months from the injection, like decreased fertility and increase in cancers, be explained by the mechanism you propose?

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Jan 22, 2023·edited Feb 8, 2023Author

Yes go to the chart with the yellow scribble... You will see fertility... Cancer is different:

With the bolus u can get VAIDS and cancer acceleration., but only through the process above can u stimulate cancer (ie hitting a immune privileged stem cell).

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Hi Marc,

I’m wondering if anyone believed or if we knew that vaccines stayed in the muscle pre- Covid ? Or if it was even questioned? Surely there were studies on this for Gardasil for example? And if it did apparently stay in the muscle, how did tetanus vaccination work?

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Jan 10, 2023·edited Jan 10, 2023Author

I presume distribution studies showed the same thing. Most

Biologists only think in matter of microbiology. Pharmaco-dynamics should have highlighted that risk for sure...

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Jan 10, 2023Liked by Marc Girardot

It feels like too many should haves…

Just listened to your interview with Bruce- everyone should listen to this interview - long but worth every minute bc a lot of questions answered. I’m sure it’s exhausting but I see lots of chinks in the armour turning up. I hope you get to go on Joe Rogan yourself because it would be an interesting discussion.

My mums doctors wanted her to have flu vax after her leukeamia and she didn’t want it. I researched the flu vax via Cochrane and found it wasn’t recommended for immunocompromised and for age etc only eight to fifteen percent efficacy , I told her doctor this in 2017. When Covid hit she refused again and you confirmed more than one reason why it would have been a bad idea. Still I was told by a doctor she would die without the first three and I could be responsible for killing her if I didn’t have it. I was even asked Didn’t I care enough for her to have it? I’ve been caring for her for more than a decade to stay out of care homes. She has a SCI and doesn’t walk. I was motivated to save her life not risk it, but as you have found, few people wanted to listen. It really feels like society has gone to a place where conformity is pro- social and uncensored originality/ independent thought chastised. Things are hopefully changing as many countries quietly making sure under 30s not recommended to have the shots so that puts a dampener on the religious vax fervour.

https://theuncensoredcitizen.substack.com/p/the-griffin-talks-with-mark-girardot-4b0

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Jan 9, 2023Liked by Marc Girardot

Hi Marc,

Great to have you back! And who knows where the JR interview could take things. I was thinking again yesterday about the bolus theory and found this … not sure if it has validity but I found it interesting bc it was more recent.

Even if others only consider your work ‘a theory’ I am amazed it isn’t gaining traction, but like all answers they can be right in front of people and still not seen. I’ve always believed at the core of complex problems is a straight forward explanation. I’m interested to know if you have exhausted your understanding completely or more work to be done.

I suspect that one day you won’t be able to answer all our questions bc you will be so busy once this becomes generally accepted. In the meantime, we will continue to share your ideas.

I’ve been wondering if it’s possible that only a fraction of the gene therapy made it into the vascular system as opposed to the whole dose would that account for different or delayed adverse effects? Or would it be immediate and for example remain in ovaries and not be noticed until infertility or cancer became obvious?

I wonder if someone could help you create a visual or animated explanation of the theory to expand the interest and understanding?

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/35320581/

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Hi,

Thank you for your kind commentand for your continued faithful readership. The core of the theory is pretty much settled indeed, but I need to explain better a few things like why Abs are mathematically dominant when they come (and so the spike isn't an issue) , or the concept which explains why most vx aren't justified. There's plenty of things to detail out further, for example endothelial exposure is a very simple and powerful concept, I need to outline for vaccine safety and for public health.

I'd like also to write up a piece on mucosal. Immunity and epidemiology: asymptomatic dynamics in cities.

But right now, I am out of a job, completely broke, and need to figure out how to bounce back bc I am paying (and more importantly my family is paying) a dire price for committing thousands of hours over 3 years to helping others. Hopefully, the theory makes it out to help as many people as possible, otherwise this sacrifice would have been for nothing. Apologies for my ranting.

Happy New Year ❤️

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Jan 9, 2023Liked by Marc Girardot

Hi to you as well!

Don’t give up Marc, my husband and I have had our careers ended due to mandates. The world needs your work and I suspect one day the doubters will be praising your work, as tends to happen.

Things have a way of working out if you are able to go through the crucible. If my financial situation changes you are first on my list. I’m definitely in the rational skeptic mindset and history convinced me enlightenment coming. Whatever forces behind all this, reality cannot be diluted, but it can be hidden, buried for a time, eventually, whatever the reality is, and if you are right, it will surface - and as you have recognised that is the greatest greatest barrier.I think the silence, deny and bury suggests many don’t want this to be the answer. Once upon a time surgeons didn’t think they needed to wash their hands and so not at least considering your theories is simply ignorance and arrogance Imho. I haven’t seen too many valid arguments trying to dispute you? It’s crazy that the world only listens to big tech, big media etc these days … you will find a way. Keep fighting, rant any day you need to ♥️

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I first became familiar with your bolus theory through your RTE podcast with JJ Couey and Jessica Rose. As an anti-Vaxxer “classic” (someone with serious concerns about vaccine safety before COVID hit), I have to admit that when I listened and subsequently read your “Vaccine Harm Big Bang” Substack and considered that it could be a legitimate explanation for vaccine harm, I had a real crisis of faith for lack of a better term. Could it really be that most if these injuries are due to an ADMINISTRATION ERROR? And not mucking with our immune systems with no attention paid to unintended consequences? Or genetic predisposition? Or toxic ingredients? But then I think about vaccines that aren’t administered through a needle and those can have serious adverse event also. And what about issues like the ones we saw with the Denguevax vaccine, which amplified FUTURE infections? I am still thinking through the larger implications of your theory. I guess the I would take issue with using the word ALL the last sentence (“This … is in my opinion the cause of all the Adverse Effects we have witnessed these past 2 years, and that have occurred for decades…”) instead of MOST, but it’s not my theory and I definitely support investigation into any and all potential causes of negative vaccine reactions.

Thank you for your research and honest search for answers, Marc, even if it sometimes makes me uncomfortable :)

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Jan 10, 2023Liked by Marc Girardot

Funny. When I first started reading Marc 2-3 months ago, I went through the SAME process you described above. Even to the point of being a little (key word) agitated with ONE thing he kept insisting on. haha.

But, I kept at it and whoola, I'm glad I did. Still not 100% sure about ONE thing :-) but I'm getting there, maybe. Slowly but surely?

And, he seems to be a hell of a hard worker (kinda like the other guy, Steve Kirsch) & a nice guy. Patient, to boot.

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Thank you for this wonderful comment!

Makes me less somber to be honest to see I can have a small impact.

What's that last ONE thing ?🤔

Happy New Year.

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Jan 10, 2023Liked by Marc Girardot

Oh heck yes. You make more than a small impact. Great stuff.

The ONE thing? Nupe, sorry. Can't tell you. It's a secret. Maybe I'll have it figured out by next New Years Day, then I'll let you in on it. And, guaranteed we'll both still be alive AND vaccine free in one year, right? Right? Hello?

Happy New Year to you also, Marc.

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Absolutely.

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Thank you UnExperts for sharing your shared experience!

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Thank you Elizabeth.

You might be correct taht I should be more careful. But that's how it came out.

DengueVax ADE to me looks more like more adverse effects than anything else...

I don't buy into ADE (doesn't make much sense from a evolutionary standpoint) it's always been done in-vitro... Also it gives too much importance to Abs. Fever and T-cells also are at play. How can ADE play a role if fever has destroyed virions in the blood?

Happy that my most recent articles got you thinking. Thank you.

Happy New Year!

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Informative interview and very helpful additions by Marc. Big thanks. I ran across assertion that one reason aspiration is not recommended is that it can “lead to pneumonia and chronic lung scarring.” I could not understand such a connection in relation to injections. So - the confusion is of two unrelated medical uses of term “aspiration”. Neither of links below, pointing out dangers of “aspiration” have anything to do with injections. Therefore, one definition should not be used as an excuse to recommend non-aspiration for the other medical use of the term aspiration. Most certainly, if it’s just a trade off between a bit more pain during injection vs. possibility of circulating a vaccine through the entire body system, that should be a no brainer - Aspirate!

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Aspiration

The Causes and Complications you can Help Manage

https://www.dshs.wa.gov/sites/default/files/DDA/dda/documents/Aspiration.pdf

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NIH National Library of Medicine

Aspiration-related pulmonary syndromes

Xiaowen Hu 1, Joyce S Lee 2, Paolo T Pianosi 3, Jay H Ryu 4

“Aspiration of foreign matter into the airways and lungs can cause a wide spectrum of pulmonary disorders with various presentations.”

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/25732447/

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Jan 9, 2023Liked by Marc Girardot

"Let’s imagine 10% of these vaccine particles penetrate a cell when they hit it⁷, that means that up to a 1,000 cells will end up destroyed by the immune system, that’s more than 100% of the cells in that area! Likely irreparable, similar to a *third degree BURN*"

Don't know if you've seen this, but when I saw the word "BURN" I immediately thought of this:

https://wmcresearch.substack.com/p/internal-third-degree-burns-the-spike?utm_medium=email

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Yes, I know. I have been using the same analogy for over a year. Thanks.

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Jan 9, 2023·edited Jan 9, 2023

My son had SAE to Pfizer 1. Reluctantly agreed to so he could live on college campus. We tried to get an exemption because he has had several reactions to PEG, including anaphylaxis to an ibuprofen with peg. His allergists said no, let us skin test you to the actual Pfizer PEG, if you pass then we won't write a n exemption. He passed. I was skeptical but looking back I see I paid $800 to be gaslighted.

Son an avid weightlifter/bodybuilder, competitive swimmer. We went together to get it. I remember he said he felt alot of the vaccine squirt out on his arm. What did pharmacist do that this would happen?

A few days later he started feeling major fatigue, weakness. He hid it from me for at least a week thinking it was normal. When he finally told me he said it was getting better (he said he had been unable to lift even 40% of his normal weighlifting average.) He was feeling much better so he didn't want to go to the doctor, but I made him go get a general wellness blood test.

So about 2 weeks after the shot most of his bloodwork looked great except for his Lp(a) was over 450nm/L, monocytes were very high, hsCRP elevated, I believe ferritin elevated too. The Lp(a) was so high, the blood tech noted that she checked it twice.

I immediately found a Dr who runs an Lp(a) awareness charity and he was taken aback by these numbers, but said he didn't think it was vaccine related. He also said he didn't believe any doctor could help us because a vast majority do not understand Lp(a), which is why he started his foundation. We worked with this Dr for about a month, learning and following up with tests. I looked at our family genetic reports and understand genetic impact on Lp(a).

Son's monocytes & hsCRP normalized about 2 weeks later, his Lp(a) also decreased to 230 a month later. A few weeks after that he got infected with Delta. He got fairly sick but recovered in about 10 days. During infection there was a small increase in Lp(a) then it decreased again. So to me, that is proof that vax & C19 impact Lp(a).

So what was the Lp(a) doing? Seems to me it was "called" to repair tears in arteries during highly inflammatory situation. I have reached out to several cardiac specialists for their opinions but never hear back. We will continue to put the pieces of this puzzle together, including whether maybe an allergic reaction to injected PEG could have caused this. Even after he had this alarming adverse event the allergist group said they wouldn't write an exemption for the second shot. I had to fight like hell to get the college to let him stay on campus.

Currently we are studying Linus Pauling's theory on Lp(a) and hopefully have some more answers soon. https://nutritionreview.org/2013/04/collagen-connection/

It's important to note that about 20% of people in the world have Lp(a) genetic mutations. I highly suggest getting an Lp(a) blood test done. It is very cheap.

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I am sorry to hear about your son. Hopefully the damage was mostly on the heart's endothelium which healed.

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Marc, it's about time you started to be recognised in the more popular media. I won't say Mainstream Media, because they are gone forever.

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Only my readership can spread the word.

Thanks for trusting me and taking the timeto continue to read me.

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What vessels are penetrated at the tip of the needle in the deltoid muscle? How is inadvertent IV administration proven in IM injections?

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In the studies I quote experienced nursed were injecting steroids which when injected in IV collapse the lungs so you end up coughing like hell for a few minutes, very clear signal. It's called POME Pulmonary Oil-based Micro Embolism (I think), I addressed a few months ago in an article on bodybuilders and steroids injections.

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They are quoted in notes of the paper.

You can go to:

https://covidmythbuster.substack.com/p/another-one-bites-the-dust

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What about infant thighs? I think while this can account for some of the cardiac adverse reactions, as you pointed out, there are still many other possible adverse outcomes that happen after proper injection. All of the neurological / tremor disorders, dysautonomia, auto immune, etc

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Please check the various ways the bolus harms people:

https://covidmythbuster.substack.com/p/when-and-how-can-vaccine-particles

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That also explainable by the bolus. Check out my article on the BBB.

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Aren’t all the tissue cells in our body only one or two cells away from a capillary bed? Difficult for me to believe that *anything* you inject doesn’t go into your bloodstream to a greater or lesser extent - particularly if you hit a vein or an artery.

I realize there are degrees in concentrations.

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Not only are the ingredients harmful but many people have been briefly trained on giving the injections thereby causing greater harm. Should you get any injection outside of a medical office, I would ask about their training and professional background before putting a needle into you.

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Even if they do aspiration, they end up 2% of the time in a blood vessel, training or not!

If the vaccine is compulsory the only way out is to inject in the appropriate region, with an adapted needle (proper length, with aspiration and very ... very slowly like 2 or 3 minutes. The dilution will still be 15x what it should, but not 3000x. And 80% of the shots are partial, so that should work out.

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I cannot see anyone actually taking two to three minutes to perform an injection.

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Well it's either that, no injection or serious harm...

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I’ll take no injection.

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Me too.

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Jan 9, 2023Liked by Marc Girardot

Even trained nurses don’t have proper technique. Long ago when I would get a flu shot, I always quizzed the nurse if she gave a good shot.

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Interesting as I thought a nurse would have a great deal of training on injections and blood draws.

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If you are having an IV inserted and the nurse is having an issue, immediately ask for another nurse. Your first nurse knows which one of her associates is more proficient.

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Exactly! My mum is not well and I ask for the most proficient nurse for everything. Training does not guarantee expertise …

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And not just the nurses!

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😬😱 …all the more important to stay healthy!

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Is it fair to assume that accidental intravascular injections would occur more often in pharmacies than in doctor offices? Has there been any study that tracks adverse effects based on where the shot was administered?

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Yes and No.

Even with aspiration, 2% of the shots are intravascular.

But clearly, if people don't shot where they should adds to the probability of an accident.

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Agree that data would be interesting to see.

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Would be great, but terrifying. My estimate is 5% of shots go IV. According to a study 20% are severe.

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Marc, what is the impact of inflammation on blood flow. Among friends and acquaintances I have noticed a correlation between type of vaccine injury and previous illness/injury. I wonder if inflammation is the connection?

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Inflammation is immune reaction.

Not sure I understand what you mean. But if someone was harmed before, and healing isn't finished it is likely that another shot would make it worse.

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The connection between inflammation and blood flow. More blood flow to the inflamed area means higher numbers of LNPs transfecting the cells, causing an even worse immune response.

Example - next door neighbour has a 13 year old son, sadly he is overweight and was probably heading for type 2 diabetes at some point in his life - probably had an inflamed pancreas overproducing insulin. Vaccinated and boosted - they get the bombshell news that he now has type 1 diabetes. Out of nowhere - no previous indication or illness.

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Jan 9, 2023·edited Jan 10, 2023Author

That is explained by the pancreas being hit by a bolus and damaging the endothelium.

Read https://covidmythbuster.substack.com/p/when-and-how-can-vaccine-particles

There's a table with all the illnesses.

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Completely agree, but the point I was making is that because inflammation is partly vasodilation, this could be why the gene therapy seems to hit people in their weak spots - more blood - bolus - LNPs - autoimmune destruction of the cells.

My observation seems to be supported by your theory is all.

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