Jab-induced spike injuries are on the rise, but in order to heal, the injuries must first be recognized
Del Bigtree’s Football Analogy simplifies how spike protein reprograms the body’s immune system to attack itself
The latest science explains the mechanism of jab-induced spike injuries, and spike’s affinity for certain organs
Understanding the mechanisms of injury can help people heal: energy-boosting exercises reinvigorate the immune system and compounds like N-acetyl-L-cysteine can neutralize the toxic effects of the spike protein
With the majority of the worldwide population now “fully” vaccinated, people are facing the unprecedented challenge of coping with jab-induced spike injuries. The world has never seen a virus with a spike protein that is so toxic to the system, nor has the world’s population seen a vaccine with so many firsts—such as being the first to use mRNA technology against an infectious virus.
It is the first injection of genetically modified polynucleotides to be used on a large population. It is the first to use the laxative polyethylene glycol in an injection. It’s also the first coronavirus vaccine to be attempted in human beings, while also being the first vaccine to be administered on greater than 66 percent of the world population.
On top of these firsts, this is the first product for Moderna to bring to market and the first vaccine to be approved by the US Food and Drug administration (FDA) in such an expedient manner—in less than ten months.
With such a novel technology, the chance of success is predicted to be no more than 2 percent, which is consistent with virologists’ warning that it’s theoretically unfeasible to make a vaccine for an RNA virus like SARS-CoV-2 because the virus mutates so fast. This is precisely the reason an RNA virus vaccine has never been accomplished for HIV, SARS-CoV, MERS-CoV, Hepatitis C, and so on.
With such an unprecedented, risky vaccine, it is not surprising to see so many unexpected serious adverse events since the launch of the first COVID-19 vaccine in early 2021.
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