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The killer in the bloodstream: the "spike protein"

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"From the beginning Covid has been a conspiracy against health and life. Covid is a profit-making agenda and an agenda for increasing arbitrary government power over people. There should be massive law suits and massive arrests of those who block effective Covid cures and impose a deadly vaccine."

Paul Craig Roberts, Former Assistant Secretary of the Treasury under President Ronald Reagan
The Spike Protein is a "uniquely dangerous" transmembrane fusion protein that is an integral part of the SARS-CoV-2 virus. "The S protein plays a crucial role in penetrating host cells and initiating infection." It also damages the cells in the lining of the blood vessel walls which leads to blood clots, bleeding, massive inflammation and death.

To say that the spike protein is merely "dangerous", is a vast understatement. It is a potentially-lethal pathogen that has already killed tens of thousands of people.

So, why did the vaccine manufacturers settle on the spike protein as an antigen that would induce an immune response in the body?

That's the million-dollar question, after all, for all practical purposes, the spike protein is a poison. We know that now due to research that was conducted at the Salk Institute. Here's a summary of what they found:


Rare motor neurone disease linked to frequent 'vigorous exercise' according to UK study

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The authors said it was 'important to stress' that 'most people who undertake vigorous exercise do not develop MND'
Frequent strenuous exercise increases the risk of developing motor neurone disease (MND) for those genetically predisposed to the illness, according to new research.

The findings, published in the journal EBioMedicine, "show a causal relationship between exercise and MND, with high-intensity physical activity likely to contribute to motor neurone injury, but only in individuals with a predisposing genetic profile," said the study by a team at the University of Sheffield.

High-profile sportsmen to have developed MND include Scotland rugby international Doddie Weir, soccer player Stephen Darby and late South African Rugby World Cup winner Joost van der Westhuizen.

"We have suspected for some time that exercise was a risk factor for MND, but until now this link was considered controversial," said Johnathan Cooper-Knock of the University of Sheffield.


As drug makers set sights on vaccinating 5-year-olds, latest VAERS data show number of injuries, deaths continues to climb

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This week's number of reported adverse events among all age groups following COVID vaccines surpassed 329,000, according to data released today by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The data comes directly from reports submitted to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS).

VAERS is the primary government-funded system for reporting adverse vaccine reactions in the U.S. Reports submitted to VAERS require further investigation before a causal relationship can be confirmed.

Every Friday, VAERS makes public all vaccine injury reports received as of a specified date, usually about a week prior to the release date. Today's data show that between Dec. 14, 2020 and June 4, a total of 329,021 total adverse events were reported to VAERS, including 5,888 deaths — an increase of 723 deaths over the previous week. There were 28,441 serious injury reports, up 3,082 compared with last week.

Among 12- to 17-year-olds, there were 59 reports of heart inflammation and 19 cases of blood clotting disorders.


Covid distancing may have weakened children's immune system, experts say

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Scientists are concerned that measures to combat Covid-19 have weakened the immune systems of young children who have not been able to build up resistance to common bugs, leaving them vulnerable when mask-wearing and social distancing eventually end.

Contact with viral pathogens happens on a fairly regular basis and although it does not always lead to sickness, the exposure helps shore the immune system against the threat should the bugs be encountered again.

Comment: You can put this in the bag of things everyone already knew and which should have been taken into account but weren't.

Over the past 14 months or so, protracted restrictions on mixing and travel, alongside mask-wearing and social distancing, have not only reduced the risk of Covid but other respiratory bugs such as the flu - cases of which were basically nonexistent last winter, according to surveillance data largely encompassing England compiled by the Royal College of GPs (RCGP).

However, virologists are concerned about RSV, a virus that can cause serious lung infections requiring hospital admission, and sometimes even death, in children under the age of one - and for which there are no approved vaccines.

"Flu worries me, but there is a vaccine - and so the most vulnerable will still have access to the vaccines," said Dr Catherine Moore, consultant clinical scientist for Public Health Wales. She warned that RSV currently has no vaccine. "Whereas what Covid has done has caused a big issue in our adult ICUs, we may see conversely problems in our paediatric hospitalisations and intensive care," she said.

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Third member of prestigious FDA panel resigns over approval of Biogen's Alzheimer's drug

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A third member of a key Food and Drug Administration advisory panel has resigned over the agency's controversial decision to approve Biogen's new Alzheimer's drug, Aduhelm, CNBC has learned.

Dr. Aaron Kesselheim, a professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School, said the agency's decision on Biogen "was probably the worst drug approval decision in recent U.S. history," according to his resignation letter obtained by CNBC.

"At the last minute, the agency switched its review to the Accelerated Approval pathway based on the debatable premise that the drug's effect on brain amyloid was likely to help patients with Alzheimer's disease," he wrote in resigning from the FDA's Peripheral and Central Nervous System Advisory Committee.


Pfizer lowers COVID-19 vaccine doses for younger kids in clinical trial

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Pfizer said it has selected lower dosages of its COVID-19 vaccine for Phase 2/3 portions of its clinical trial involving kids younger than 11 than the volume given to shot recipients ages 12 and older. For children ages 5-11 the vaccine will be given at a 10 microgram (ug) dose level, while those younger than 5 down to 6 months will receive a 3 ug dose level.

The shots will continue to be given in a two-dose regimen. Currently, the FDA has granted emergency use authorization to Pfizer for its COVID-19 two-dose vaccine in people ages 12 and older. Everyone 12 and over receives two doses of 30 ug each given three weeks apart.

Comment: Developing a vaccine for children for a disease to which they are largely immune is psychopathic in the extreme.

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COVID-19: Around 8 in 10 UK adults have COVID antibodies, ONS says

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Around eight in 10 people in the UK now have COVID antibodies, the ONS says
Antibodies are present in people who have previously been infected with COVID-19, or have received a coronavirus vaccine.

Around eight in 10 adults in most parts of the UK have COVID-19 antibodies, according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS).

An estimated 80.3% of adults in England now have signs of immunity from either a vaccine or having had the virus in the past, blood test results for the week beginning 17 May suggest.

This is up from seven in 10, or 69.9%, a month earlier.

In Wales, the figure is 82.7% in the same week - up from 66.8%; in Scotland it is 72.6%, which is up from 59.9%; and Northern Ireland's estimate is 79.9%, which is up from 68.8%.

The estimates are for people in private households and do not include settings such as hospitals and care homes.

Comment: It is because people are coerced to get the jab in order to be able to travel or to attend large social gatherings. Such coercing would not be necessary if the virus was so dangerous and the vaccines so safe.

None of the vaccines approved in the UK met strict standards and can cause severe side effects or in some cases, death.

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Gangrene, gastric problems, and hearing loss reported in delta variant of coronavirus from India, may carry higher risk of hospitalization

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The coronavirus variant driving India's devastating COVID-19 second wave is the most infectious to emerge so far. Doctors now want to know if it's also more severe.

Hearing impairment, severe gastric upsets and blood clots leading to gangrene, symptoms not typically seen in COVID-19 patients, have been linked by doctors in India to the so-called delta variant. In England and Scotland, early evidence suggests the strain — which is also now dominant there — carries a higher risk of hospitalization.

Delta, also known as B.1.617.2, has spread to more than 60 countries over the past six months and triggered travel curbs from Australia to the U.S. A spike in infections, fueled by the delta variant, has forced the U.K. to reconsider its plans for reopening later this month, with a local report saying it may be pushed back by two weeks. Higher rates of transmission and a reduction in the effectiveness of vaccines have made understanding the strain's effects especially critical.

Comment: Without more data it's unclear what effect the experimental mass vaccination campaign has had on these variants, because in the UK outbreaks are correlated with an increase in vaccinations: Death rate in England is lowest since records began 20 years ago

Comment: See also: The Inanity of RNA Vaccines For COVID-19

And check out SOTT radio's: NewsReal #34: Covid By Numbers

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Objective:Health - Germany under the Corona regime: The return of Nazism?

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Germany has seen two totalitarian regimes in the 20th century: Nazism and communism in Eastern Germany. This gives many Germans unique insights into the workings of propaganda, mass-hypnosis and dictatorial policies. At the same time, we can witness a return of these blights in the form of medical tyranny, with most Germans - again - falling for the plot.

In today's show, we talk to Sott.net editor Luke, a German who follows what's going on in the country of Goethe and Hitler, of Kant and the Stasi. What did Germany learn from these experiences and why does it seem to fail? What can that teach the rest of the Western world about how to get through this madness?

Join us on this episode of Objective:Health as we discuss the re-run of Nazism under different pretexts.

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Dave Asprey interviews Dr. Valdeane Brown on neurofeedback technology

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This episode is all about the most effective biohack I've experienced yet - NeurOptimal® brain training. Dr. Valdeane Brown, Founder of NeurOptimal, joined me on the show to share how this technology takes your performance to uncharted levels! The NeurOptimal brain trainer is the most powerful and affordable neurofeedback technology available. You will get to hear about the EEG technology and how it transforms your brain, upgrades athletic performance, and even helps with migraines, PTSD, and abusive relationships.

Does this sound too good to be true? Listen for yourself...

You can listen to the interview here.

Click here to download the mp3.
Dr. Valdeane W. Brown is an internationally recognized "trainer of neurofeedback trainers", who has taught and consulted widely on personal and organizational transformation. With a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology and a background in math, physics, computer programming, philosophy, yoga, meditation and martial arts, Dr. Brown brings a presence and precision to his work. This is further informed by a profound sense of compassion, a facility with energy dynamics and a deep commitment to revealing the elegant simplicity inherent in learning and transformation.

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