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Vaccine Safety Myth - Two Fundamental Mechanisms that Explain Serious Adverse Effects Post-Vaccination
Some of you might recall one of the most beautiful commercial ever, the colourful Sony advertising in my childhood’s neighbourhood in San Francisco. As you might recall, they let go 170,000 bouncing balls tumbling down the streets in a beautifully chaotic ballet of rubber balls of all colours.
During that poetic descent, balls bounce off rain gutters, car trunks, wooden-tile roofs, lamp posts... Hitting mailboxes, running down trash cans, shaking newspaper racks… there’s no telling where they’d end up: stuck in a garage, in a garden, on a roof, who knows… The only thing certain is gravity was going to pull them down, a majority will end down at the Marina, and that they will bang on a variety of objects along the way, solo or in pack, in a wonderful haphazard choreography.
Current anti-COVID vaccines can be like bouncing balls in your body. Obviously Nanoparticles1 (LNP/Viral vectors) and spike proteins are far less poetic, but what they lack in poetry, they compensate in potential chaos and surprises. The domino effects they trigger sometimes can be disquieting and dramatic.
Just as it’s impossible to explain why, how or when a particular bouncing ball opened up a mail box, or tipped over a trash can, it’s impossible to outline precisely the exact conditions which led to a particular adverse effect of these new lipid nanoparticle-based spike producing inoculations.
In the coming lines, I will try to outline commonalities, gravities and dynamics, that are factual and attempt to explain some of the mechanisms which probably cause illnesses and deaths following these vaccines. Trying to make sense out of this senselessness.
A crazy number of LNPs. An even crazier number of spike proteins.
The number of nanoparticles (NP) injected in a dose of these anti-COVID vaccines is utterly flabbergasting: up to 50 billion viral vectors for AstraZeneca, 40 billion LNPs for Moderna, and likely 10 for Pfizer. It’s not very clear how many intact messenger RNA are in each LNP , but even if we agree to only 1, and that each one produces 1000 spike protein, we are talking your body having to deal with a minimum 30 trillion pathogenic spike proteins2 in a few months time…
Those are numbers way beyond very severe SARS-COV-2 infections: typically at infection peak between 1 and 100 billion virions, are present in the body.
What the medical and public health community hasn’t realised is that all the healthy cells that will be “infected”3 by these nanoparticles will eventually be destroyed by the immune system. When you take the Pfizer vaccine 3 times, you accept sacrificing up to 45 billion of your healthy cells… with AstraZeneca it’s 150 billion!
While many of these LNPs will transfect the same cell, or will simply get destroyed before ever transfecting, for a reason or another, these numbers remain truly gigantic. And it’s no surprise that some people’s arms are painful - or other die quasi instantly - post-vaccination as T-cells attack these spike-producing cells to start ridding the body of the infection mimicry.
Of course, these are supposedly intramuscular vaccines which were meant to stay in the muscle. Straight forward, no chaos, no unforeseen consequences: Theoretically, LNP fuses with muscle cell, mRNA is inserted, muscle cell’s intra-cellular machinery starts producing spike proteins, cells are identified by the immune systems as “compromised”, T-cells attack infected cell and the spike proteins are spilled into tissues and blood stream to trigger antibody selection and production, antibodies neutralise and rid the spike protein. If the bouncing balls stay in the same place, then there’s no domino effect, nothing happens apart from muscle cells being destroyed and ultimately replaced. End of story.
So what’s that fuss about “bouncing balls” and chaos then?
Well, here’s the catch:
If you inject 10 billion nanoparticles in the muscle, how can you be sure it’s going to remain there? … You can’t!
Even if Sony had dumped 170,000 bouncing balls at a flat intersection in Pacific Heights, there’s a good chance, many would have ended going downhill. Planning is one thing, reality is another. Same with the vaccines.
There’s 2 different routes by which the LNP can escape the muscle, the blood stream and the lymphatic system. Both networks behave very differently, and the possible consequences of a leak are likely to be very different …
The Circulatory system is a closed-loop network circulating the blood throughout the body to bring nutrients, oxygen and immune elements to organs, to filter out pathogens, dangerous or unwanted circulating material, and to refill on oxygen and unload carbon dioxide.
So the blood flows in concentrated fashion to the heart, to the lungs, to the liver and the spleen, not to mention, the brain and the reproductive system.
The Lymphatic system is an open ended network, it’s the tissue drainage system as well as the immune systems network linking lymph nodes, thymus, spleen and bone marrow.
What will the vaccine Lipid NanoParticles end up doing outside the muscle?
Here’s the interesting bit. Just like we know for a fact that our bouncing balls bounce and are subject to gravity, we know for a fact that:
nano-particles deliver mRNA inside cells wherever they are located
transfected cells produce pathogenic spike proteins ☠️, release it and spread it
an immune reaction is stimulated - with specific Antibodies and T-cells - against both the spike protein, but also against transfected cells
millions - if not billions - of transfected cells will eventually be destroyed 💥💥
This shouldn’t surprise anyone, it’s the very purpose of these intramuscular products that are - at least in the short term - relatively innocuous if they remain in the muscle.
So, what happens if the LNPs get sidetracked?
When the producers of the Sony advertising decided to actually use real bouncing balls down the streets of San Francisco, they designed the experience not only to create a marvellous artistic experience, but also to protect the pedestrians and the environment. The balls were chosen to avoid damaging Victorian houses and protection nets were installed to avoid harming people. They didn’t decide overnight to throw thousands of bouncing balls down a tourist-filled street like Lombard Street.
Lombard Street - San Francisco
A reckless production could cause damage and hurt many, either if a mass of balls descended on a few wondering tourists, or just a few of them could cause a car accident to slip or a person to fall.
In the case of the vaccines, it seems “the balls have found their way down Lombard Street”. We are off-script here. It is clear that in many occasions LNP are escaping the muscle with very serious consequences.
If LNPs are released away from the muscle, they are likely to reach and penetrate cells in three main areas:
endothelial walls in micro-vessels: where they are narrower, probability of transfection is 440 times higher. In other words, the bouncing balls hit the walls more often when the street becomes narrower…
vital organ cells: just as blood vessels deliver nutrients to organs, they will likely deliver LNPs to the heart, liver, lungs… and even occasionally past the blood-brain-barrier into the brain
lymph nodes: the most likely organs down the lymphatic system, near the injection site, are the local lymph node which will naturally become receptacles of LNPs
That would cause major disruption downstream as large patches of interconnected cells get transfected, start producing spike protein, release large quantities of spike around them and are being attacked by T-cells:
in blood vessels, it will inevitably cause heavy inflammation, bleeding, clotting in the areas it’s the densest, downstream necrosis, arterial calcification and thrombosis: numerous strokes and thrombosis in adverses effects databases have demonstrated that to be true.
in organs like the heart, lungs, liver and ovaries, it will likely create a high degree of inflammation, cell death (apoptosis), and calcification ( pericardium for example causing heart attack): the high number of myo/pericarditis highlights this as a real possibility.
in lymph nodes, it could either interfere with the Lymph node function itself (B cells) as nanoparticle penetrate lymphatic nodules, or interfere with the immune system by transfecting immune cells contained in the Lymph node, with the risks of partial immune deficiency: The reappearance of dormant viruses such as shingles seem to point in that direction.
It seams reasonable to hypothesise that there are 2 ways these LNPs can end up in the wrong place:
accidentally by direct injection into a blood vessel (already addressed in another article “What could go wrong?”) or into the lymphatic system;
or naturally by progressively transiting through the muscle tissue and leaking into the blood stream, or into the lymphatic system.
What happens if, accidentally, the vaccine is injected intravenously?
The worse case scenario is certainly a direct intravenous injection because a concentrated dose naturally leads downstream to a concentrated transfection in a large area that it was never supposed to reach. That would lead to an extremely brutal reaction, a cytokine storm of epic proportion, major thrombosis, and most likely rapid death given the number of LNPs injected.
An indeed as early as March 2021, the Danish authorities have been recommending to use the aspiration technique to avoid such occurrences.
Saturating Lymph nodes with lipid nanoparticles can potentially lead to massive transfection of immune cells contained in this receptacle, and it can also lead to the transfection of Lymph node cells, inhibiting partly the functionality of these B cell producing organs, and disrupting the immune cells present.
What happens if LNPs progressively transition to the bloodstream?
We know from a comparative study of myocarditis in Norway and Denmark that avoiding direct injection by using the aspiration technique possibly reduced the numbers by at least 58%, but it didn’t cut it entirely. This seems to indicate that the nanoparticles are actually leaking out of muscle into the body as the blood and the lymph evacuate elements from the muscle tissue … in a more diffuse manner.
As NPs are injected into the muscle, it is only natural that some of it will eventually migrate to the blood stream like other elements in the tissue that are being evacuated via the blood. Multiple factors can play a role: It might vary based on permeability of blood vessel (elderly would be more at risk) or surface/volume factors (young males/ athletes could be more at risk).
Traditional vaccines never transfected cells in such quantities, hence a leak was never considered or identified as a problem to look into … it is nevertheless a key detail that was overlooked in the design of these vaccines.
Depending on the total dose leaked and its distribution, concentrated or distributed, depending also on the quality of the product (Did poor quality actually save many lives?), and the repetition of the doses (1,2, 3 , up to 4 doses?), the scenarios can vary drastically:
First and foremost, the circulatory system - blood vessels - is at the frontline of these diffuse leaks of the vaccine into the blood. Endothelial walls are the principle surface the LNPs can transfect. Damage would be totally invisible, diffused, but can last for months as vessel cell regeneration is a lengthy process.
Because all blood flows through them in a concentrated fashion, some organs would eventually be accumulating more hits than others, most noteworthy the heart and the liver. And indeed we are witnessing many cardiac and hepatic adverse effects.
Some organs won’t regenerate like the heart (myocarditis isn’t mild, once myocytes have been destroyed, you can’t regenerate them) or will take longer like endothelial cells. So you can have a capacitor effect whereby each injection weakens the organ, or makes the situation worse, increases the inflammations, to a point it snaps: causing a blood clot, a stroke or a heart attack.
“Vaccine Induced Immune Thrombotic Thrombocytopenia Causing a Severe Form of Cerebral Venous Thrombosis With High Fatality Rate: A Case Series”
As many of you know, the risk of myocarditis increases after the second shot. One hypothesis is that LNPs migrate progressively to the bloodstream, meaning that they wouldn’t transfect in concentrated matter, but diffuse throughout the body. This is consistent with the elevated D-dimers found in many patients post-vaccination.
Beyond the fact that the vaccines are utterly ineffective, the mechanisms by which they are harming people is not a complicated as we think. The Danes have apparently reduced the risk 60% by enforcing the aspiration technique. One wonders what the other public health agencies have been doing since! Another CDC alert highlighted leaky blood vessels were a problem. Again admitting the risk caused by these product going intravenous. One wonders how anyone knowing that would continue to vaccinate billions? How can any of the authorities be certain these products won’t leak? They can’t. They never could. It was excusable to not understand the implication of transfection. It is not excusable to avoid looking at the reality in the face for over a year. And they will soon stand trial for that. I wouldn’t want to be their lawyers…
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Apologies for being so long again… Here’s the lovely and soothing Sony video of bouncing ball down my childhood’s SFO hills.
for simplicity purpose, I am using the same term LNP for both Lipid NanoParticle and Viral Vector which are very different in nature, but both end up converting the cell in a spike factory and will also trigger the destruction of transfected cells by the immune system.
AstraZeneca could be as high 150 trillion spike protein produced if not more
The right term is “transfected” for mRNA, and “infected” for viral vectors.