Forcing the narrative on the mRNA shots: Links 1, June 18, 2021

1. Inventor of mRNA vaccines breaks ranks with the new politburo on how they must speak about the vaccines

2. If people are looking for another reason to buy things from somewhere other than Amazon, this may be for you.

Below, a screen grab of part of the email, America’s Front Line Doctors sent out to its subscribers:

3. FOX: Rand Paul rips WHO after announcement of new “investigation”

(I have heard from someone who has TV, that FOX has been amazing all day. They are holding feet to the fire and raising issues no one else will touch yet.)

4. Wuhan Lab promotional video with English titles: Bats in the belfry, bats in the lab.

(As Stephen Coughlin explained in one of his videos about the Muslim Brotherhood and predicting the future, its important to watch and read enemy propaganda intended for us, also the propaganda they make for the home team. This is a great bit of home-team Chinese cheer leading which offers some pretty solid insight)

5. Portland Police’s entire riot squad of 50 RESIGNS in protest after cop was charged with assault for striking ‘activist photographer’ during BLM protest that saw federal building set alight

(Couldn’t happen to a more deserving city)

Portland‘s 50-person riot squad resigned in protest Wednesday in solidarity with one of their colleagues indicted for striking a photographer they claim was a rioter.   

The resignations were effective immediately, according to the Portland Police Bureau, and come after the indictment on Tuesday of Officer Corey Budworth, for assault during an incident in which he allegedly struck photographer Teri Jacobs in the head during a riot last August. 

‘Unfortunately, this decorated public servant has been caught in the crossfire of agenda-driven city leaders and a politicized criminal justice system,’ the Portland Police Association said in a statement Tuesday. 

Video of the incident was shared on social media, in which Budworth appears to push the photographer, who has been identified as Jacobs, an activist, and then striking her in the head with his baton. 

(Having seen a lot of video of the actual insurrection/violent revolution by communists in Portland, the only problem was using police with police rules when they should have used the army and army rules, like they did after January 6 in Washington, when they should not have used either, given that a police officer shot to death an unarmed trespasser.)

Thank you M., Johnny U., EB., Pauline, Richard, Kalloi and MANY more. 

There is a great deal more material to do today. At this point it feels like humanity loves to indulge in an existential crisis except when there actually is one. Then they ignore it.


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2 Replies to “Forcing the narrative on the mRNA shots: Links 1, June 18, 2021”

  1. “So I’ve been getting questions about what this means for vaccination: if we’re causing people to express Spike protein via mRNA or adenovirus vectors, are we damaging them just as if they’d been infected with coronavirus? Fortunately, the answer definitely seems to be “no” – in fact, the pseudovirus paper notes near the end that the antibody response generated by vaccination against the Spike protein will be beneficial in two ways, against infection and against the Spike-mediated endothelial damage as well. There are several reasons why the situation is different.

    Consider what happens when you’re infected by the actual coronavirus. We know now that the huge majority of such infections are spread by inhalation of virus-laden droplets from other infected people, so the route of administration is via the nose and/or lungs, and the cells lining your airway are thus the first ones to get infected. The viral infection process leads at the end to lysis of the the host cell and subsequent dumping of a load of new viral particles – and these get dumped into the cellular neighborhood and into the bloodstream. They then have a clear shot at the endothelial cells lining the airway vasculature, which are the very focus of these two new papers.

    Compare this, though, to what happens in vaccination. The injection is intramuscular, not into the bloodstream. That’s why a muscle like the deltoid is preferred, because it’s a good target of thicker muscle tissue without any easily hit veins or arteries at the site of injection. The big surface vein in that region is the cephalic vein, and it’s down along where the deltoid and pectoral muscles meet, not high up in the shoulder. In earlier animal model studies of mRNA vaccines, such administration was clearly preferred over a straight i.v. injection; the effects were much stronger. So the muscle cells around the injection are hit by the vaccine (whether mRNA-containing lipid nanoparticles or adenovirus vectors) while a good portion of the remaining dose is in the intercellular fluid and thus drains through the lymphatic system, not the bloodstream. That’s what you want, since the lymph nodes are a major site of immune response. The draining lymph nodes for the deltoid are going to be the deltoid/pectoral ones where those two muscles meet, and the larger axillary lymph nodes down in the armpit on that side.

    Now we get to a key difference: when a cell gets the effect of an mRNA nanoparticle or an adenovirus vector, it of course starts to express the Spike protein. But instead of that being assembled into more infectious viral particles, as would happen in a real coronavirus infection, this protein gets moved up to the surface of the cell, where it stays. That’s where it’s presented to the immune system, as an abnormal intruding protein on a cell surface. The Spike protein is not released to wander freely through the bloodstream by itself, because it has a transmembrane anchor region that (as the name implies) leaves it stuck.”

  2. “The Spike protein is not released to wander freely through the bloodstream by itself, because it has a transmembrane anchor region that (as the name implies) leaves it stuck.”

    This is the very point contradicted by the above video (Vaccinated -Inventor of mRNA vaccines) where the speakers make quite clear that the spike protein does cleave off the cell and is entirely free to wander through the body via the bloodstream injuring organs and vessels – see second video at 7.40. This, they go on to say, is why there are so many and varied reactions – from brain, heart, kidneys – wherever it lands.

    In short, these “vaccines” turn the cells of the body into factories producing free-ranging, destructive spike proteins which will remain active for no one knows how long, since the current human trials are now in progress all around the world.

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