by Dr Panda
Health Impact News
Demand for unvaccinated blood is surging worldwide. Bacteria, viruses, prions, and parasites can be transmitted by blood transfusions likewise people vaccinated with the mRNA vaccine have the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein in their blood. The spike protein (travels the entire body) caused by the COVID-19 vaccination last for months (potentially permanently in the body for those who frequently take booster shots).
There are new blood banks being set up in 18 countries so far, that provide this ‘pure blood.’
From The Vice News article:
Anti-vaxxers are trying to create a new global infrastructure for the supply of unvaccinated blood, driven by conspiracy theories and pseudoscientific beliefs about the dangers of mRNA COVID vaccines.
Unfortunately the article is very negative and goes on to downplay the risks and call them……….conspiracy theories. The same people who told you the vaccine will stop transmission, the vaccine stays in your arm, the vaccine is safe and effective, etc., are downplaying the risks of mRNA spiked blood. Folks, most of what was called a conspiracy theory by the government and main stream media is now FACT. It’s better to be safe than sorry.
The general blood supply is now full of ‘fully vaccinated’ spike protein-laden blood. Blood Banks require you to indicate if you’ve been COVID vaccinated when donating blood. However they do not pass this information along to the recipient. They know but do not distinguish.
If an unvaccinated person receives a blood transfusion of blood containing the mRNA spike protein (and whatever else is in the vials) then that passes on to the recipient. The spike protein starts replicating again and your body is now a spike protein factory. The unvaccinated potentially become vaccinated along with all the damage that occurs.
Aside from the spike proteins (in the study referenced above) antibodies to the spike protein and T-cells are also found in the blood.
What can you do?
If you are unvaccinated and have an upcoming scheduled surgery you can be your own blood donor. Autologous Blood Banking is when you donate your own blood for your own personal use. Generally 72 hours before your scheduled surgery. This is the best way to be prepared if you possibly need a blood transfusion. The American Red Cross, along with other major blood banks regularly provide this service.