Risks from the “Vaccinated”?

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  • Tue, Apr 27, 2021 - 11:41am

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    Drjohn

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    Risks from the “Vaccinated”?

Does anyone have a good source of what danger, if any, the “vaccinated” are to the “non-vaccinated”? I know there was some discussion about females and a theory that those “vaccinated” were influencing menstrual irregularities just by being in close proximity. It appears to be false, but that’s assuming what comes up is “truth”.

I have some on my staff that are proudly “vaccinated” and some that aren’t. In addition, I’m supposed to be at some events upcoming with some people who are “vaccinated”.

I appreciate any tips, I don’t have much research time. When I’m not working, I’m heavily shoring up preparations/provisions, and have taken the produce operation to a new level this spring.

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  • Tue, Apr 27, 2021 - 12:21pm

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    Risks from the “Vaccinated”?

Women affect menstrual cycles in other women via pheromones. The vaccination could be an indirect effect related to that.

  • Tue, Apr 27, 2021 - 02:20pm

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    Risks from the “Vaccinated”?

This site was collating testimonies:

http://www.truthunmasked.org/p/stay-away.html

But I can’t validate the contents. Maybe contact them for information?

  • Tue, Apr 27, 2021 - 07:04pm

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    Thanks Kat43

I was thinking the same, i.e. that prior to Covid we knew that women living together tended to sychronize menstrual cycles.. so there is already a pathway for that signaling.  Otherwise I really don’t understand how the recently vaccinated could affect others.  The vax makers go to great effort to get a working vector to get mRNA into your cells.. either using lipid nanoparticles, or adenovirus as carrier.  Exactly how or why any shed mRNA from one person would manage to get into another person, and then traverse the cell wall to do it’s mRNA replication thing is not clear to me.

Sometimes I think that stories are seeded into the news in an attempt to make anti-vax folks seem crazy, like the idea that the jet’s flying into the towers were holograms…

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    Risks from the “Vaccinated”?

I’m around a bunch of people at work and half of them have had the shot. I have not had any symptoms from my exposure to them. Then again I think I had covid early last year in February because of a business trip. I had what I thought was the flu but lost my sense of taste and smell for a few days. Back then no one mentioned that as a symptom.

  • Tue, Apr 27, 2021 - 07:42pm   (Reply to #5)

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    Risks from the “Vaccinated”?

I think the theory is that vaxxed people are shedding spike proteins.

Not sure any big pharma company has tried inoculating people directly with spike proteins.  Good thought, wonder why they needed to go through the complex mRNA process?

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    Risks from the “Vaccinated”?

When there’s a lack of data, many will fill in the holes with all kinds of possibilities–some of them more plausible (or unlikely) than others.

 

  • Wed, Apr 28, 2021 - 01:36am   (Reply to #5)

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    Risks from the “Vaccinated”?

Hi Kat, Jim,

Menstrual cycle synchronisation might explain some elements (e.g. irregular cycles, heavy bleeding) but there are others (e.g. bruising, nose bleeds) that it doesn’t explain (as far as I understand).

Likewise, I am not sure how person to person ‘shedding’ works given the mechanisms needed to successfully insert the mRNA into the body. For me, it is a ‘one to watch’.

Also, basic risk management mandates that you would compile a list of ‘complaints’ and then investigate underlying causes. Any official policy ought to adopt this given that these devices haven’t been approved yet (they have emergency authorisation only) but I think we all know what the chances of that happening are…

  • Wed, Apr 28, 2021 - 04:24am   (Reply to #5)

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    Risks from the “Vaccinated”?

Likewise, I am not sure how person to person ‘shedding’ works given the mechanisms needed to successfully insert the mRNA into the body. For me, it is a ‘one to watch’.

I think of it like pollen, the plants have the mRNA to make pollen (spike proteins)  and then they shed it.  The vaxxed person isn’t shedding mRNA but as the vaxxdd person deals with all the spike proteins they created they dump them out into the environment.  Just like pollen, I may have an immunological response to the pollen (spike protein) even though I never have the mRNA to make pollen.

Which leads to more questions,  can that spike protein that the vaxxed person just coughed out live outside the body?  And for how long?  On what surfaces?  Can “dead” spike proteins cause immunological responses?

  • Wed, Apr 28, 2021 - 05:33am   (Reply to #5)

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    Risks from the “Vaccinated”?

Kathy,

Good point, maybe it is a ‘transmissible vaccine’.

https://www.popsci.com/contagious-vaccine-virus/

In the sense that the injected create spike proteins not only for themselves, but for those around them. Completely untested of course.

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