I'm trying to come up with something people can read quickly to make them go "Huh." Try #1:
The documented toxic component of SARS-CoV-2 is the spike protein.
An infection with SARS-CoV-2 exposes the body to some spike protein.
We vaccinate against SARS-CoV-2 by either:
directly injecting a large amount of spike protein (AZ, JJ, Novavax);
injecting mRNA instructions enveloped in lipid nanoparticles which go everywhere in the body (they accumulate in ovaries and cross the brain-blood barrier), creating unpredictable amounts of spike protein.
There are other proteins the vaccines could target instead of the spike protein. The spike protein is a particularly toxic choice.
Exposure to spike protein from vaccines is up to 5 million times more than exposure from infection.
In January this year, Current Issues in Molecular Biology published a Swedish study by Alden, Falla, De Marinis, et al. This study shows:
BNT162b2 mRNA readily enters Huh7 cells at a concentration (0.5 mcg/mL) corresponding to 0.5% of the local injection site concentration, induce changes in LINE-1 gene and protein expression, and within 6 h, reverse transcription of BNT162b2 can be detected.
Reverse transcription means the instructions to create spike protein get incorporated into DNA of at least some recipient cells. This means that potentially, the body is made to manufacture spike protein indefinitely. We would expect this effect to increase with each subsequent injection.
You seek to avoid harm such as Long Covid caused by spike protein.
So, why are you injecting spike protein?
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Comment on Aug 2, 2022 at 00:50 by denisbider
Last edited Aug 2, 2022 at 00:57 by denisbider
On July 26, Modern Discontent published a post arguing "the spike protein is THE antigen to target."
In a few days, I ran into Mike Yeadon on Joel Smalley's post. I raised this with him and he replied:
I reproduce Dr. Yeadon's comment (fixes in square brackets are my own):