Is it Safe?

From what I am reading, I wonder if we may have made a big mistake when it comes to this mRNA treatment. We were told that the infamous spike protein was a great target antigen; we never knew the spike protein itself was a toxin and was a pathogenic protein. So, by vaccinating people we are inadvertently inoculating them with a toxin.

This toxin as some describes it can cause cardiovascular damage and infertility a claim echoed by researchers such as Stephanie Seneff, Ph.D., and Judy Mikovits, Ph.D.

Pfizer Omitted Industry-Standard Safety Studies and did not follow industry-standard quality management practices during preclinical toxicology studies … as key studies did not meet good laboratory practice.

Neither reproductive toxicity nor genotoxicity studies were performed, both of which are considered critical when developing a new drug or vaccine for human use. I have mentioned this before. The problems now surfacing matter greatly, as they significantly alter the risk-benefit analysis underlying the vaccines’ emergency use authorization.

Recently, there has been speculation regarding Women have reported changes in menstruation after taking mRNA vaccines. Problems with blood clotting which are also common during COVID-19 disease have been reported as well. In the case of the Pfizer COVID mRNA vaccine, these newly revealed documents raise additional questions about both the genotoxicity and reproductive toxicity risks of this product.

Standard studies designed to assess these risks were not performed in compliance with accepted empirical research standards. Furthermore, in key studies designed to test whether the vaccine remains near the injection site or travels throughout the body, Pfizer did not even use the commercial vaccine (BNT162b2) but instead relied on a ‘surrogate’ mRNA producing the luciferase protein.

These new disclosures seem to indicate that the U.S. and other governments are conducting a massive vaccination program with an incompletely characterized experimental vaccine. I am not sure if this is happening here in Canada, but I will be trying to find this out. Also, it’s worth mentioning again, those trials we are all waiting for to conclude in 2023 have been spoiled due to the control group have since been vaccinated resulting in not control group results, that were to complete in 2023.

It is certainly understandable why the vaccine was rushed into use as an experimental product under emergency use authority, but these new findings suggest that routine quality testing issues were overlooked in the rush to authorize the use and we are now faced with potential safety signals associated with COVID-19 mRNA vaccines filtering up from all over the world. Many different unusual, prolonged, or delayed reactions have been reported, and often these are more pronounced after the second shot.

So it all really comes down to this, assuming that the spike protein would not enter into the circulatory system was a grave mistake since the research now shows the spike protein remained in the bloodstream of humans for 29 days.

Once in your blood circulation, the spike protein binds to platelet receptors and the cells that line your blood vessels, where one of several things can occur:

• It can cause platelets to clump together — Platelets, aka thrombocytes, are specialized cells in your blood that stop bleeding. When there’s blood vessel damage, they clump together to form a blood clot. This is why we’ve been seeing clotting disorders associated with both COVID-19 and the vaccines

• It can cause abnormal bleeding

• In your heart, it can cause heart problems

• In your brain, it can cause neurological damage

There is just too much data that points to a rushed product to market, although we are seeing less than ideal outcomes so far, based on what I have learned, I am of the mind that we have yet to fully see the impact of the mRNA from a more long term effect. Will there be miscarriages, fertility issues, increased heart-related problems of a much younger demographic? Only time will tell.

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