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Are Spike Proteins Dangerous?


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Absolutely! That is why the breakthrough infections are occurring where the jabs have been touted as the "magic bullet" and not the poisonous inoculations that they are, hence those who have had the jab are infecting everybody else!

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3 hours ago, uanmak said:

No.

Source please.

The two distinguished PhD's and the Md (who invented mRNA technology) in the video suggest they may be.

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Spike protein is maybe dangerous, but not in the quantities contained in the vaccines and stuck mostly to your cells in the deltoid muscle.

Much better alternative to getting Covid and having a lot of spike protein lingering uncontrollably through your body.

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15 minutes ago, Elektronek said:

Spike protein is maybe dangerous, but not in the quantities contained in the vaccines and stuck mostly to your cells in the deltoid muscle.

Much better alternative to getting Covid and having a lot of spike protein lingering uncontrollably through your body.

 Vaccine spike protein stuck mostly to your cells in the deltoid muscle  > that statement is contested by dr Byram Bridle when he got hold of a confidential internal Pfizer document, that was part of the documentation for regulatory approval of their covid-vaccine in Japan.  That document showed that Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine does NOT remain at the injection site.

In the attached 37-page document Children and covid-19 vaccines - A Scientist guide for Parents, by dr Byram W. BRIDLE - June 2021 (which in the 140 page annexes also contains that Pfizer Japanese document) he wrote:

...there is evidence that Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine does not remain at the injection site. In fact, once injected, the vaccine contents appear to travel extensively throughout the body, to the brain and other sensitive tissues, such as bone marrow, spleen, liver, adrenal glands, ovaries etc. Whether these body sites are involved in producing the spike protein is not known, as this was never studied. Nonetheless, new data have been published that, following vaccination with the Moderna vaccine (an mRNA vaccine very similar to Pfizer’s mRNA vaccine), the spike protein can enter the circulatory system. Presumably, this means the spike protein can travel extensively throughout the body. It is important to understand which organs are producing the spike protein, what factors result in the spike protein entering the circulation, how long the spike protein circulates, and in which body fluids (e.g., semen, saliva, breast milk, urine) the spike protein is present. This information is incredibly important because recent data have come to light that the spike protein is “biologically active”. This means that the spike protein is not just an antigen that is recognized by the immune system as being foreign. It means that the spike protein, itself, can interact with receptors throughout the body, called ACE2 receptors, potentially causing undesirable effects such as damage to the heart and cardiovascular system, blood clots, bleeding, and neurological effects. Although some might argue that the risk of the spike protein causing this type of damage is only a theoretical risk, when we are mass vaccinating a population of predominantly healthy people, including children, adolescents, and adults of child-bearing age, there is absolutely no room for avoidable error.

1452254048_Childrenandcovid-19vaccines-AScientistguideforParentsbydrByramW.BRIDLE-June2021.pdf

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4 hours ago, uanmak said:

No.

Oh, well there we have it. Someone notify those in charge, and let them know that "uanmak" has let it be known. 

Everyone say thanks.

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18 minutes ago, BlueSphinx said:

 Vaccine spike protein stuck mostly to your cells in the deltoid muscle  > that statement is contested by dr Byram Bridle when he got hold of a confidential internal Pfizer document, that was part of the documentation for regulatory approval of their covid-vaccine in Japan.  That document showed that Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine does NOT remain at the injection site.

In the attached 37-page document Children and covid-19 vaccines - A Scientist guide for Parents, by dr Byram W. BRIDLE - June 2021 (which in the 140 page annexes also contains that Pfizer Japanese document) he wrote:

...there is evidence that Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine does not remain at the injection site. In fact, once injected, the vaccine contents appear to travel extensively throughout the body, to the brain and other sensitive tissues, such as bone marrow, spleen, liver, adrenal glands, ovaries etc. Whether these body sites are involved in producing the spike protein is not known, as this was never studied. Nonetheless, new data have been published that, following vaccination with the Moderna vaccine (an mRNA vaccine very similar to Pfizer’s mRNA vaccine), the spike protein can enter the circulatory system. Presumably, this means the spike protein can travel extensively throughout the body. It is important to understand which organs are producing the spike protein, what factors result in the spike protein entering the circulation, how long the spike protein circulates, and in which body fluids (e.g., semen, saliva, breast milk, urine) the spike protein is present. This information is incredibly important because recent data have come to light that the spike protein is “biologically active”. This means that the spike protein is not just an antigen that is recognized by the immune system as being foreign. It means that the spike protein, itself, can interact with receptors throughout the body, called ACE2 receptors, potentially causing undesirable effects such as damage to the heart and cardiovascular system, blood clots, bleeding, and neurological effects. Although some might argue that the risk of the spike protein causing this type of damage is only a theoretical risk, when we are mass vaccinating a population of predominantly healthy people, including children, adolescents, and adults of child-bearing age, there is absolutely no room for avoidable error.

1452254048_Childrenandcovid-19vaccines-AScientistguideforParentsbydrByramW.BRIDLE-June2021.pdf 5.48 MB · 0 downloads

This is a very good peer reviewed study that tested distribution of mRNA outside of the injection site [1].

TL;DR: Not every study has a good quality and don't be so scared, stress is shortening your lifespan.

[1]: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5475249/

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