Bombshell Salk Institute science paper reveals the covid spikeprotein is the bioweap
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Slowly, but ever so carefully, true scientists are seeing the light and the truth about the 'jab'. [BTW: NO it is NOT a vaccine in the classical sense of the term. This is an immune system modifier, wherein a virus particle, an mRNA fragment, is turned loose in a body's immune system, in order to turn out spike proteins, antibody precursors, to fight the onset of an infection.]

Recipients don't, supposedly, get ill from COVID, but the virus can set up in the bodies of these folks and they can become carriers and spreaders of COVID without being effected themselves. After these spike proteins run out of objects to immobilize, what cells will they seek out next? That is the really big question and it would seem we are beginning to find out,

Here is a good article and video on some news from the Salk Institute...no slouches here. Meat of it starts about 45 minutes in.

Article Wrote:Bombshell Salk Institute science paper reveals the covid spike protein is the bioweapon
The prestigious Salk Institute, founded by vaccine pioneer Jonas Salk, has authored and published a bombshell scientific article revealing that the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein is what's actually causing vascular damage in covid patients and covid vaccine recipients, promoting the strokes, heart attacks, migraines, blood clots and other harmful reactions that have already killed thousands of Americans.

The vaccines deliberately inject you with the spike protein, and in the case of mRNA vaccines, they turn your body into a weaponized spike protein factory that churns out these deadly particles and floods them into your bloodstream.

The Salk Institute basically just admitted that covid vaccines are depopulation weapons.

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Here's a link to the Salk Inst. paper: https://www.ahajournals.org/doi/10.1161/...121.318902
I can understand some of it :-).
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Here's an article that seems to dispute the idea that spike proteins in the vaccine behave the same way as spike proteins in Covid itself.


Quote:Covid-19
Spike Protein Behavior
By Derek Lowe 4 May, 2021
I’ve been getting a lot of questions in the last few days about several Spike-protein-related (and vaccine-related) topics, so I thought this would be a good time to go into them. There’s been a recent report about the vascular effects of the Spike protein alone (not coronavirus infection per se), and another presentation on similar effects in lung tissue. These are almost certainly looking at the same phenomena – the lungs are of course full of vascular tissue, and what’s being seen in both cases is very likely mediated by effects on the vascular endothelium.
In the first study, hamsters were injected with a pseudovirus was created that expressed surface Spike protein, while in the second the researchers just injected the protein directly into mice. The pseudovirus team went on to compare endothelial cells with different mutational forms of the ACE2 surface protein (S680D, with increased stability and S680L, with decreased stability). The response to the pseudovirus was quite different in these two, suggesting that it is indeed the binding of the Spike protein to ACE2 that’s a key part of this process. That happens as the coronvirus infects vascular tissue, of course, but this work shows that it’s not the whole process of viral infection that’s responsible for all the trouble: it starts with the initial binding event.
So I’ve been getting questions about what this means for vaccination: if we’re causing people to express Spike protein via mRNA or adenovirus vectors, are we damaging them just as if they’d been infected with coronavirus? Fortunately, the answer definitely seems to be “no” – in fact, the pseudovirus paper notes near the end that the antibody response generated by vaccination against the Spike protein will be beneficial in two ways, against infection and against the Spike-mediated endothelial damage as well. There are several reasons why the situation is different.
Consider what happens when you’re infected by the actual coronavirus. We know now that the huge majority of such infections are spread by inhalation of virus-laden droplets from other infected people, so the route of administration is via the nose and/or lungs, and the cells lining your airway are thus the first ones to get infected. The viral infection process leads at the end to lysis of the the host cell and subsequent dumping of a load of new viral particles – and these get dumped into the cellular neighborhood and into the bloodstream. They then have a clear shot at the endothelial cells lining the airway vasculature, which are the very focus of these two new papers.
Compare this, though, to what happens in vaccination. The injection is intramuscular, not into the bloodstream. That’s why a muscle like the deltoid is preferred, because it’s a good target of thicker muscle tissue without any easily hit veins or arteries at the site of injection. The big surface vein in that region is the cephalic vein, and it’s down along where the deltoid and pectoral muscles meet, not high up in the shoulder. In earlier animal model studies of mRNA vaccines, such administration was clearly preferred over a straight i.v. injection; the effects were much stronger. So the muscle cells around the injection are hit by the vaccine (whether mRNA-containing lipid nanoparticles or adenovirus vectors) while a good portion of the remaining dose is in the intercellular fluid and thus drains through the lymphatic system, not the bloodstream. That’s what you want, since the lymph nodes are a major site of immune response. The draining lymph nodes for the deltoid are going to be the deltoid/pectoral ones where those two muscles meet, and the larger axillary lymph nodes down in the armpit on that side.
Now we get to a key difference: when a cell gets the effect of an mRNA nanoparticle or an adenovirus vector, it of course starts to express the Spike protein. But instead of that being assembled into more infectious viral particles, as would happen in a real coronavirus infection, this protein gets moved up to the surface of the cell, where it stays. That’s where it’s presented to the immune system, as an abnormal intruding protein on a cell surface. The Spike protein is not released to wander freely through the bloodstream by itself, because it has a transmembrane anchor region that (as the name implies) leaves it stuck. That’s how it sits in the virus itself, and it does the same in human cells. See the discussion in this paper on the development of the Moderna vaccine, and the same applies to all the mRNA and vector vaccines that produce the Spike. You certainly don’t have the real-infection situation of Spike-covered viruses washing along everywhere through the circulation. The Spike protein produced by vaccination is not released in a way that it gets to encounter the ACE2 proteins on the surface of other human cells at all: it’s sitting on the surface of muscle and lymphatic cells up in your shoulder, not wandering through your lungs causing trouble.
Some of the vaccine dose is going to make it into the bloodstream, of course. But keep in mind, when the mRNA or adenovirus particles do hit cells outside of the liver or the site of injection, they’re still causing them to express Spike protein anchored on their surfaces, not dumping it into the circulation. Here’s the EMA briefing document for the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine – on pages 46 and 47, you can read the results of distribution studies. These were done two ways – by using an mRNA for luciferase (and thus looking at the resulting light emission from the various rodent regions!) and by using a radioactive label (which is a more sensitive technique). The great majority of the radioactivty stays in and around the injection site. In the first hours, there’s also some circulating in the plasma. But almost all of that ended up in the liver, and no other tissue was much over 1% of the total. That’s exactly what you’d expect, and what you see with drug dosing in general: your entire blood volume goes sluicing through the liver again and again, because that’s what the liver is for. But when things like this hit the hepatic tissue, they stay there and eventually get chewed up by various destructive enzymes (that’s also a big part of what the liver is for). It’s a one-way ticket.
So the reports of Spike protein trouble are interesting and important for coronavirus infection, but they do not mean that the vaccines themselves are going to cause similar problems. In fact, as mentioned above, the fact that these vaccines are aimed at the Spike means that they’re protective in more ways than we even realized.
Update: there’s another level of difference that I didn’t mention. In the Moderna, Pfizer/BioNTech, J&J, and Novavax vaccines, the Spike protein has some proline mutations introduced to try to hold it in its “prefusion” conformation, rather than the shape it adopts when it binds to ACE2. So that should cut down even more on the ability of the Spike protein produced by these vaccines to bind and produce the effects noted in the recent papers. That comes in particularly handy for the Novavax one, since it’s an injection of Spike protein itself, rather than a vaccine that has it produced inside the cells. Notably, the AstraZeneca/Oxford vaccine is producing wild-type Spike (although that’s still going to be membrane-anchored as discussed above!)

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I remain unconvinced of the safety of the vaccine (especially long term) or the necessity of taking it.
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I will consider taking one of the new vaccines 20 years from now when we know a bit more about them.
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(05-09-2021, 10:11 AM)Marmot Wrote: I will consider taking one of the new vaccines 20 years from now when we know a bit more about them.
So soon?

You may want to wait even longer if you read (and understand!) this interview with Dr. Judy Mikovits by Dr. Joseph Mercola.  It's waaayyy too long to post here (22 pages in pdf), but here's the link: https://everydayconcerned.files.wordpres...ation2.pdf

Mikovits is persona non grata with the powers that be in the medical-pharmaco-industrial complex for her work with XMRV viruses and chronic fatigue syndrome/myalgic encephalitis, autism, prostate cancer, HIV, etc. and vaccines in general.  Her work, had it been allowed to proceed would have cost them billions and billions of dollars in liability lawsuits.  You can read about it in her books, Plague: One Scientist's Intrepid Search for the Truth about Human Retroviruses and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS), Autism, and Other Diseases and Plague of Corruption: Restoring Faith in the Promise of Science

Both books are absolutely fascinating and important to read, especially if you want to break free from worshiping at the altar of Big Pharma and the Medical/Industrial Complex (can we shorten that and just call it all "Big Science"?).  They can get pretty technical in places but it's worth the struggle.

Dr. Mercola is considered by some a quack and members of "Big Science" vilify him mercilessly.  All this raises his stock in my estimation, though he is definitely not without his faults.

Remember....when we talk about vaccines, including the Covid gene therapy "vaccine", and pharmaceuticals in general we're talking about hundreds of billions of dollars.  And if any are shown to be faulty and damage inducing, well, the potential liabilities are enormous.  That's why vaccine manufacturers are legally exempt from liability and the only real recourse families of vaccine damaged kids has in the U.S. is what's known as the "Vaccine Court" established by law under the 1986 National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act, which is not what it's cracked up to be.
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I'll take one 20 years after Marmot.
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If it seems that there's a vaccine that doesn't kill or seriously hurt a lot of people within 20 years, then I probably won't be seriously hurt during my lifetime by taking it 20 years from now.
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