Vaccinated Blood – The Dilemma Of COVID’s Experimental Transfusions

’Sullivan | Principia Scientific | June 8, 2021

Should we have the right to refuse a blood transfusion from the vaccinated for COVID-19? What about organs donated by the vaccinated?

In most nations anyone vaccinated for COVID-19 can donate blood immediately or shortly after being vaccinated despite the fact that the experimental product may induce life-threatening disorders in the recipients.

Donated blood will mix with yours and the worrisome injected spike proteins  from the donor blood will circulate and merge into your body.

The vast majority of people, especially the media, are not addressing this issue. Concerned citizens should be writing to all health authorities, politicians and public health bodies and demand screening and separate blood banks and clear identification of vaccinated and unvaccinated blood. No one knows the long term safety data. This is a global experiment on humanity and it must be stopped!

Watch the video below to discern the level of threat.

Does anyone remember the fallout from the AIDS pandemic when infected donated blood destroyed the lives of thousands?

In the late 1970s and early 1980s, sufferers of the blood-clotting disorder haemophilia in the UK were given blood donated – or sold – by people who were infected with the HIV virus and hepatitis C.

According to The Guardian newspaper (July 11, 2017) haemophiliacs pressed for compensation after:

“4,800 of them were infected with hepatitis C, a virus that causes liver damage and can be fatal. Of those, 1,200 were also infected with HIV, which can cause Aids. Half – 2,400 – have now died.”

In 1991, when campaigners were threatening to take the government to court, it made ex-gratia payments to those infected with HIV, averaging £60,000 each, on condition that they dropped further legal claims. The extent of infection with hepatitis C was not discovered until years later.

Today, with the COVID19 experimental vaccines being blamed for over one million adverse reactions, we can be sure this story is another ticking time bomb in government failure.



16 thoughts on “Vaccinated Blood – The Dilemma Of COVID’s Experimental Transfusions

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    • Alternative health advocates are also recommending it here in New Plymouth – though there is much more skepticism here about the vaccine. We only got access to a single vaccine and only started the roll out to health workers in April 2021. Right now only people over 65 are eligible, and we have had lots of time to hear about side effects from other countries.

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    • I don’t want to be pessimistic, but if we are talking about alleviating some of the side effects of having the jab, then maybe pine tea could be useful. But if we are talking about remedying the damage dome by the jab, then this won’t touch it. This is genetically modifying, there is no going back. And it is meant to be.

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  3. I am worried that vaccinated people who give blood can be very dangerous. We need to stand together and demand that we have separate blood banks for those who wish to opt out of getting the jab.


    • With a national blood shortage and higher vaccination rates among blood donors, don’t think they’ll accommodate. You’ll be lucky if you get blood at all if you need it. I guess you could opt out altogether and take your chances.


  4. Jennifer, I guess it depends on where you live and how much time you have to spend on it. I guess you could start by contacting your local blood bank and finding how which agency (state and/or federal) regulates them.


  5. I donate blood regularly and would be interested if anyone is taking on the idea of creating a databank of those of us donors who are unvaccinated and willing to donate to those who desire unvaxxed blood. If anyone knows of anyone attempting to coordinate such, please reply. Recent arrogant media editorials dragged Del Bigtree through the mud, for his tale of a desperate search for unvaxxed blood, when he had a sudden need for a transfusion.

    Be real—the mainstream blood banks aren’t going to help anyone find unvaxxed blood. They claim that they don’t even track who is vaxxed, even though it is indeed currently a question that is asked by the Red Cross when I donate. However, there is an option for you to donate blood to yourself, if you know in advance that you will be in need of blood. It is called autologous donation. You must be in relatively good health, and according to the page on the Red Cross site, it requires a prescription. There is also the option for “directed donation,” whereby family or friends may donate to you, for an upcoming medical procedure.


    • Do you know f this is relatively easy to do? I am in the UK and this has been on my mind for some time.If they are asking you if you have been vaccinated, then they must be keeping a record somewhere. Is it easy to find out what blood group you are n? Thanks.


  6. I don’t think there’s any way to find out definitely, Gene. All people can do at present is to arrange beforehand for someone you cross match with to donate blood. I suppose if you have had a transfusion, you could ask your doctor to do a d-dimer test to see if your clotting functions are normal.


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