DANGERS des « vaccins » covid

Ajout 30 janvier 2022

Vaccins COVID-19 : Preuve scientifique de la létalité

Article publié : 5 janvier 2022 sur https://www.saveusnow.org.uk/covid-vaccine-scientific-proof-lethal

Plus d’un millier d’études scientifiques prouvent que les vaccins COVID-19 sont dangereux, et tous ceux qui poussent ce programme commettent le crime incriminé d’inconduite grave dans la fonction publique   

Un peu plus de 12 mois après le déploiement de l’urgence COVID 19, utilisez des vaccins expérimentaux, des études scientifiques par milliers et des rapports de plaintes pénales pour agression et meurtre suite à l’utilisation illégale et illégale de poisons biochimiques adressés aux forces de police à travers le pays, vérifiez une agression sur une population britannique sans méfiance. La science irréfutable montre que le vaccin COVID 19 n’est pas sûr et n’est pas efficace pour limiter la transmission ou l’infection par le SRAS-CoV-2, les agents pathogènes du coronavirus.

La fausse propagande « sûre et efficace », diffusée par des fonctionnaires qui continuent maintenant à promouvoir ce vaccin, est un manquement manifeste à leur devoir. Un titulaire de charge publique est soumis à l’obligation de prévenir la mort ou des blessures graves qui ne survient qu’en vertu des fonctions de la charge publique et en est conscient.

Beaucoup ont enfreint cette obligation et, ce faisant, causent imprudemment un risque de mort ou de blessure grave, en continuant malgré les dangers désormais confirmés associés aux injections de COVID 19. Certains de ces risques sont la coagulation du sang, la myocardite, la péricardite, la thrombose, la thrombocytopénie, l’anaphylaxie, la paralysie de Bell, Guillain-Barré, le cancer, y compris les décès, etc.

Tous ces éléments sont confirmés dans les données suivantes recueillies par la science et le gouvernement auprès de l’agence britannique de santé et de sécurité sur COVID 19 concernant les dommages causés par les vaccins.

Le terme « vaccin » a été modifié récemment pour incorporer cette expérience médicale illégale et illégale afin de faciliter l’utilisation de la technologie de l’ARNm qui n’est manifestement pas un vaccin et qui contient des nano-métamatériaux biologiquement toxiques associés à la capacité de collecte de données urbaines 5G.

Les nanoparticules métalliques sont connues en science pour être génotoxiques, un poison qui peut également provoquer la stérilisation. Les dangers posés aux victimes à court terme par cette batterie médicale sont désormais connus. Cependant, la létalité à long terme de cette arme n’est pas encore réalisée en raison des effets débilitants qu’elle a sur le système immunitaire, provoquant le syndrome d’immunodéficience acquise (SIDA).

Nous pouvons maintenant confirmer les documents de dépopulation de la défense et du renseignement de 2017, montrant le meurtre planifié de plus de 55 millions de personnes à travers le Royaume-Uni d’ici 2025 à l’aide de cette arme biochimique.

L’Agence de réglementation des médicaments et des soins de santé (produits) (MHRA) a été avertie à l’avance du grand nombre attendu d’effets indésirables avant le déploiement, confirmant la nature préméditée du crime et des infractions de conduite publique d’hier et d’aujourd’hui.

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  172. Imaging in vascular medicine: leukocytoclastic vasculitis after COVID-19 vaccine booster: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/34720009/
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  177. Propylthiouracil-induced anti-neutrophil cytoplasmic antibody-associated vasculitis following vaccination with COVID-19: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/34451967/
  178. Coronavirus disease vaccine 2019 (COVID-19) in systemic lupus erythematosus and neutrophil anti-cytoplasmic antibody-associated vasculitis: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33928459/
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  180. Clinical and histopathologic spectrum of delayed adverse skin reactions after COVID-19 vaccination: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/34292611/.
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  183. Occurrence of de novo cutaneous vasculitis after vaccination against coronavirus disease (COVID-19): https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/34599716/.
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  188. Acute retinal necrosis due to varicella zoster virus reactivation after vaccination with BNT162b2 COVID-19 mRNA: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/34851795/.
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  193. Recurrent herpes zoster after COVID-19 vaccination in patients with chronic urticaria on cyclosporine treatment – A report of 3 cases: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/34510694/
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  195. Outbreaks of mixed cryoglobulinemia vasculitis after vaccination against SARS-CoV-2: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/34819272/
  196. Cutaneous small-vessel vasculitis after vaccination with a single dose of Janssen Ad26.COV2.S: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/34337124/
  197. Case of immunoglobulin A vasculitis after vaccination against coronavirus disease 2019: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/34535924/
  198. Rapid progression of angioimmunoblastic T-cell lymphoma after BNT162b2 mRNA booster vaccination: case report: https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fmed.2021.798095/
  199. COVID-19 mRNA vaccination-induced lymphadenopathy mimics lymphoma progression on FDG PET / CT: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33591026/
  200. Lymphadenopathy in COVID-19 vaccine recipients: diagnostic dilemma in oncology patients: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33625300/
  201. Hypermetabolic lymphadenopathy after administration of BNT162b2 mRNA vaccine Covid-19: incidence assessed by [ 18 F] FDG PET-CT and relevance for study interpretation: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33774684/
  202. Lymphadenopathy after COVID-19 vaccination: review of imaging findings: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33985872/
  203. Evolution of bilateral hypermetabolic axillary hypermetabolic lymphadenopathy on FDG PET/CT after 2-dose COVID-19 vaccination: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/34735411/
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  205. COVID-19 vaccination-induced lymphadenopathy in a specialized breast imaging clinic in Israel: analysis of 163 cases: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/34257025/.
  206. COVID-19 vaccine-related axillary lymphadenopathy in breast cancer patients: case series with literature review: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/34836672/.
  207. Coronavirus disease vaccine 2019 mimics lymph node metastases in patients undergoing skin cancer follow-up: a single-center study: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/34280870/
  208. COVID-19 post-vaccination lymphadenopathy: report of fine-needle aspiration biopsy cytologic findings: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/34432391/
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3 juin 2021

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Ils ne pourront pas dire, on ne savait pas. En 1er lieu il y a le principe de précaution.

Il y a d’énormes mensonges avec une stratégie pour que les gens s’habituent à ces mensonges par la répétition des messages, pour faire perdre les repères, ainsi qu‘une seule version des faits imposée par la pression et des rapports de force, avec la prise de mesures disproportionnées destructrices d’accès à des services essentielles (nourriture, hôpitaux publics c’est à dire payés par les impôts des travailleurs). Il n’y a pas de débat, une stratégie « vaccinale » d’injections de produits expérimentaux en cours d’essais cliniques. C’est une décision politique, car il y a des traitements (Ivermectine, Doxycyline, hydroxychloroquine, Zinc, viamines D3, C) et les scientifiques n’ont pas le pouvoir de prendre des décisions coercitives. Donc les responsables seront bien les « politiques » et toutes les entités qui ont appliquées ou poussées à ces mise en oeuvre. Ce qui se passe actuellement est du domaine de la politique (gestion de la cité) car se sont des décisions politiques qui ont créées des contraintes liberticides. Aussi s’opposer et être contre les décisions qui sont prises, est un acte politique qui n’est pas attaquable. Utiliser les termes d’anti-vax ou de complotistes sont des raccourcis diffamatoires qui relèvent de l’injure, ce qui est condamnable au niveau pénal. Aussi, malgré la corruption majeure du système, les manipulations perverses et les moyens financiers démentiels qui sont déployés créant une dette publique abyssal jamais vue auparavant (118% du PIB dont 51% détenue par des étrangers, 40 milliards de déficit de la sécurité sociale), une grande partie du peuple français, qui est un peuple libre, n’accepte pas.

Par ailleurs et nous l’avons déjà écrit ces produits basés sur des organismes génétiquement modifiés, ne sont pas des vaccins. Il y a un détournement du langage et du sens des mot, ce qui est déjà très grave car il s’agit d’une tromperie majeure.

Un vaccin est un dispositif comprenant un virus entier qui a été affaibli. Dans les produits proposés sous la contrainte et le chantage à l’emploi, au salaire, ce n’est pas cela du tout. C’est l’injection de billions d’ARN messagers, de toxines, cachées dans des nanoparticules de protéines, en trompant le système immunitaire, donc en employant la ruse, un cheval de Troie, un truc de lâches, pour forcer le corps à réagir avec un temps de retard, pour qu’il envoie toute ses troupes à l’assaut. Le risque majeur c’est un emballement du système immunitaire qui peut s’attaquer aux cellules saines (mêmes effets qu’une septicémie) et alors laisser des séquelles invalidantes et déclencher des maladies auto-immunes et des cancers. La génotoxicité et le risque de cancers ne sont bien sûr pas évalués car les effets peuvent se déclencher dans les 10 ans.

Il faut comprendre que nous avons fait un saut technologique. Ces produits sont au niveau nanoparticules. Il faut du matériel avec un grossissement phénoménal pour contrôler la composition exacte et il y a de forts doutes sur le fait que l’on ne connaisse tous les composants de la taille nano présents. Par ailleurs les ARNm se diffusent dans le corps via les tous les minuscules vaisseaux sanguins (des autopsies l’ont démontré), jusqu’au cerveau, les organes génitaux, les reins. Les milliards de spikes s’accrochent aux parois des vaisseaux avec leurs aspérités. Les plaquettes sanguines dont le travail est de colmater les vaisseaux, tentent de combler les pointes des spikes et cela crée des mini caillots de sang (les taux de D-Dimère sont à vérifier en début d’injection pour se rendre compte). Ces caillots, surtout au niveau cérébral ou dans les poumons, obligent le coeur à pomper plus fort pour assurer la circulation, ce qui peut faire éclater les mini-vaisseau par surpression. Le Dr Charles Hoffe nous explique cela dans une vidéo ci-dessous, mais il y a d’autres études et témoignages de médecins qui vont dans ce sens.

Sur le site de la DARPA

Sur les vaccins en général article du 27/08/21, ils disent bien que faire un tel produit c’est complexe « Les membres du service militaire comptent sur une vaccination efficace pour la prévention des maladies transmissibles et pour se prémunir contre l’exposition aux menaces biologiques, mais le développement actuel d’un vaccin est coûteux, prend du temps et est sujet à l’échec. De nombreux vaccins actuels n’offrent pas une protection efficace sur de longues périodes, et il existe de nombreux agents pathogènes qui manquent d’options prophylactiques. La réponse immunitaire aux vaccins est imprévisible, transitoire et inefficace, en grande partie en raison d’un manque de compréhension des mécanismes d’action complexes sous-jacents à la mémoire immunitaire. Le programme d’évaluation de la mémoire immunitaire (AIM) cherche à développer une capacité de plate-forme pour prédire la mémoire immunitaire informée par une vue au niveau des systèmes de la réponse de l’hôte à la vaccination et de ses mécanismes.Les méthodes standard de mesure de la réponse du système immunitaire, telles que les taux d’anticorps et certains marqueurs de type de cellules immunitaires, ne capturent pas l’étendue des réponses possibles du système immunitaire. AIM découvrira de nouveaux corrélats biomoléculaires – des collections de réponses mesurées d’organismes à un défi du système immunitaire, comme la vaccination – en utilisant des technologies de pointe pour permettre une détection plus précoce des réponses. Ces corrélats seront utilisés pour prédire et comprendre pourquoi les vaccins efficaces produisent une protection durable contre les réponses précoces de l’hôte plutôt que d’attendre des années pour les résultats des essais cliniques. »C’est un défi important dans le développement d’un vaccin de pouvoir prédire combien de temps un vaccin sera protecteur avant d’être administré aux humains, et plus important encore, pourquoi la protection est transmise ou non« , a déclaré le Dr Tristan McClure-Begley, programme AIM directeur. « Le programme AIM intégrera des approches analytiques et informatiques de nouvelle génération pour déterminer les mécanismes de réponse de l’hôte qui conduisent à une protection durable. »Le programme quinquennal sera divisé en deux phases séquentielles. L’objectif de la phase 1, « feuille de route de la mémoire immunitaire » est d’identifier les contributeurs cellulaires et de signalisation pour générer une « feuille de route » de la mémoire immunitaire. La phase 2, « Généralisation de la feuille de route et validation de l’outil » se concentrera sur l’assemblage et la validation d’un outil de recherche et d’évaluation pour prédire la durée de protection du vaccin. Les équipes doivent proposer aux deux phases de développer des solutions globales et pérennes.« Le succès de l’AIM fournira au pays des évaluations initiales de la durée de protection du vaccin au début du développement et contribuera à réduire le besoin de revaccination constante des opérateurs lors du déploiement », a ajouté McClure-Begley.Le gouvernement des États-Unis utilisera des partenaires indépendants de validation et de vérification (IV&V) tout au long du programme pour aider à l’évaluation des progrès du programme et des démonstrations de programme intermédiaire. À la fin de la phase 1, une démonstration sera terminée pour déterminer l’entrée dans la phase 2. Après une démonstration réussie des principes sous-jacents de l’AIM, la même technologie peut être explorée pour une utilisation dans une capacité pronostique pour prédire les niveaux individuels de protection immunitaire.Des détails supplémentaires sur le calendrier et les mesures du programme sont disponibles dans l’annonce générale de l’agence à l’adresse https://sam.gov/opp/ddbd04d4961f49acb576c529f837af93/view.

Source https://www.darpa.mil/news-events/2021-08-27

Pour les enfants

Nous avons été bloqués 3 jours sur facebook en voulant partager l’étude réalisée par Vincent Pavan (enseignant-chercheur) à partir des données officielles des effets secondaires (France et Union européenne). Cela prouve que Pfizer n’a pas d’arguments.

Les sources pour les données https://colab.research.google.com/drive/1Evb5PEDL8ZqkODvJSDifNXF14ePnwOfJ#scrollTo=vWb8i-pHunLb

En général

Lien article « Ce que Véran n’a pas osé vous dire en face sur le danger des vaccins » « C’est l’Etat qui sera chargé d’établir la faute de l’Etat qui a ordonné des injections dangereuses et c’est l’Etat qui fixera lui-même le montant des réparations qu’il doit aux victimes. » Un Etat juge et partie qui cherchera à minimiser au maximum les indemnisations et qui lance comme leitmotov, lien de causalité non établi car nous savons que dans le domaine des médicaments, établir un lien de causalité est toujours difficile et demande un temps considérable avant d’arriver au stade du scandale.

Autre aspect hallucinant, on se rend compte que les fabricants de ces produits géniques, jamais injectés en masse à des humains auparavant, avancent à vue dans le brouillard. C’est incroyable qu’il y ait des gens qui leur font confiance. Franchement nous avons affaire à un scandale colossal : « Scott Gottlieb, membre du conseil d’administration de Pfizer, sur le vaccin Covid spécifique à une variante Pfizer et BioNTech ont déclaré jeudi qu’ils testaient une troisième dose de leur vaccin Covid-19 pour mieux comprendre la réponse immunitaire contre de nouvelles variantes du virus. Le Dr Scott Gottlieb, membre des conseils d’administration de Pfizer et de la société de biotechnologie. » (Thu, Feb 25 20219:56 AM EST)

Site CNBC

Citation du DR Martin « Le produit nommé à tort « vaccin » est une arme biologique » (?)

« COVID19-LA PREUVE PAR LES BREVETS – UNE HISTOIRE QUI A DEBUTE IL Y A BIEN LONGTEMPS !
Le Dr David Martin et son équipe ont analysé plus de 4000 brevets déposés avant 2019 sur le SARS-CoV-2, les tests et les traitements du COVID19. Chaque étape de la vidéo permet de comprendre l’origine du virus, l’organisation d’un business très lucratif et les évidents conflits d’intérêt d’un grand nombre de laboratoires pharmaceutiques dont les noms sont clairement cités.
Le Dr Martin préside la société MCA International Risk Management, de notoriété internationale pour avoir réalisé les enquêtes autour des attaques par l’anthrax. De par son activité, la société assure depuis 1998 la plus grande veille en matière de propriété intellectuelle (brevets déposés dans 168 pays), mais également de subventions fédérales et de nombreux dossiers administratifs dont ceux du CDC. »

https://rumble.com/vk3p5e-dr.-fuellmichdr.-martin-les-brevets-autour-du-covid.html

Selon le dr Charles Hoffe dans une dose de moderna il y a 14 billions d’ARNm de spikes !!! 14 X 1 000 000 000 000. Un billion= 1 000 000 000 000.

Résumé : Concernant l’ARN messager de spikes (c’est une toxine la spike, c’est la pointe de l’épée du virus SARS Cov2), 25% restent dans le bras, 75% des spikes se diffusent dans le corps via le système lymphatique et la circulation sanguine. Elles sont conçues pour entrer dans les cellules et s’accrochent dans les petits vaisseaux où le sang ralentit puis sont absorbées dans les cellules qui fabriquent des billions de protéines de spikes de sras-cov2. Ces protéines de pointes deviennent des parties de la capsule virale, elles vont parties de la paroi qui n’est plus lisse; des caillots se forment avec les plaquettes qui circulent et dont le but est de colmater les aspérités des vaisseaux endommagés. Pour vérifier il faut faire un test de D-Dimère.

Des caillots sanguins très fréquents et très dangereux, identifiés par des taux élevés de D-Dimères.

https://crowdbunker.com/v/mY3ZBOPVWw

https://odysee.com/@vivreautrement:6/conseils-d’une-ex-infirmi%C3%A8re-aux-vaccin%C3%A9s:3?

Incroyable cette étude sur le produit Astrazeneca à virus de chimpanzés !!! 23 patients, 61 % de femmes.

Une thrombose a été rapportée chez 22 patients (22 sur 23 !) , notamment 13 cas de thrombose veineuse cérébrale, 4 cas d’embolie pulmonaire, 1 cas de thrombose veineuse profonde/d’hémorragie bilatérale, 2 cas d’accident vasculaire cérébral ischémique affectant le territoire de l’artère cérébrale moyenne, 2 cas de thrombose de la veine porte.

et le dernier « Le seul patient sans thrombose n’a présenté que (?) des hématomes cliniquement significatifs. 30 % des patients sont décédés. !!!!! je vous ça, moi je dis il faut stopper de suite ces injections.

https://www.univadis.fr/viewarticle/covid-19-les-reactions-thrombotiques-post-vaccination-sont-liees-a-la-reponse-des-anticorps-anti-pf4-746078

Limites ok mais bon il y a un problème quand même. Cela concerne la santé et la vie de personnes, pas un test sur un paquet de lessive.

  • Biais de constatation.
  • Le caractère généralisable des résultats est limité.
  • Le nombre de cas est faible.

ADE

Des anticorps améliorant l’infection ont été détectés dans le Covid-19 symptomatique. • L’amélioration dépendante des anticorps (ADE) est une préoccupation potentielle pour les vaccins. • Les anticorps améliorants reconnaissent à la fois la souche Wuhan et les variantes delta. • L’ADE des variants delta est un risque potentiel pour les vaccins actuels. • Des formulations de vaccins dépourvues d’épitope ADE sont suggérées.

https://www.journalofinfection.com/article/S0163-4453(21)00392-3/fulltext

Témoignages

Valou   · · Bonjour, Suite à vos nombreux témoignages, je vais vous raconter mon parcours.Le samedi 29 mai je suis allée faire la 1ère vaccination avec Pfizer, pas par conviction!! La semaine s’est passée sans symptômes, douleurs ou autres. Le samedi suivant, j’ai commencé à saigner des gencives (je pensais avoir une gingivite) avec un fort arrière goût de rouille dans la bouche. Le lundi soir je me suis aperçu que des petits points rouges foncés, marrons étaient apparu sur mes pieds et chevilles (ayant porté dans la journée des chaussures neuves colorées j’ai pensé à une allergie à la teinture). Je ne saigne plus des gencives. Le mardi les points rouges se sont amplifiés, le mercredi encore plus jusqu’au genou. Je suis allée dans une pharmacie pour me renseigner si c’était bien une réaction à la teinture des chaussures. La pharmacienne après diverses questions en a conclu que je faisais une réaction à la vaccination. Rdv dans la foulée chez mon généraliste. Inquiet me prescrit une prise de sang. Je précise que je n’ai aucune maladie, ne prends aucun traitement médicamenteux, j’ai une bonne hygiène de vie ( mange équilibré, ne fume pas, bois un verre d’alcool de tps en tps). Je ne me sens pas fatigué, juste un mal de tête virulent depuis le matin (moi qui en ai jamais!!🤔)Résultat taux de plaquettes dangereusement bas. 7 000 alors que la moyenne est entre 150 000 et 450 000. Direction les urgences après des appels alarmants de mon docteur et du laboratoire. Perfusion, scanner de la tête. L’équipe médicale contact divers hôpitaux et spécialistes pour me prendre en charge. Transféré en urgences au CH de Niort en service interne hématologie. Nouveau examens, prise de constance régulière, mise en place d’un traitement en cortiso thérapie pour 3 semaines. Surveillance de mes plaquettes….. Bilan ma gingivite était en réalité une hémorragie buccale, mes petits points sur les jambes sont des pétéchies, j’ai un purpura thrombopénique. En clair je suis en train de faire une hémorragie interne silencieuse. Si cette journée là, je n’avais pas été aux urgences, je serais morte pendant mon sommeil !!Au bout de 5 jours d’hospitalisation, mes plaquettes remontent grâce aux corticoïdes et mes pétéchies ont disparu.Je suis fatiguée, plus d’énergie, sommeil perturbé.Arrêt maladie. Prise de sang hebdomadaire pendant 2 mois (tout se détraque lymphocyte, leucocytes explosent les scores), ECG, échographie complète de tous les organes (rate, foie, estomac….) risque d’avoir été endommagé pendant l’hémorragie interne. Nouveau scanner injecté de la tête. Ouf tout est OK. Traitement qui me détraque l’estomac, troubles du sommeil, maux de tête, réaction à certains médicaments, fatigue et baisse d’énergie ( je suis plutôt du genre hyper active) bon tout ça a duré 2 mois.J’ai déclenché de la photophobie ( je ne supporte pas le bruit en continu et ne supporte plus trop de luminosité)Bientôt 3 mois que je suis en arrêt maladie.Mes résultats sanguins sont revenus à la normale. Je suis encore toujours assez vite fatigué. 2h d’activités continues non violente et je ne suis plus bonne à grand chose pendant 2h. Donc un peu le matin et dans l’après-midi.Je suis tjrs sous surveillance plaquettaire pendant 6 mois.L’hématologue qui suit mon dossier m’a fait un certificat médical précisant « l’effet secondaire potentiellement (??? Ah oui je ne suis pas morte!!) grave suite à une 1ère injection du vaccin COMIRNATY (Pfizer).Cela contre indique donc la 2ème injection ».Voilà mon parcours.Bon courage à vous tous





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