Detailed Investigation of Spike Protein Action Suggests Mechanisms for Adverse Effect Generation

Guy Hatchard

SOME of the research work concerning Covid and Covid vaccination is centred around understanding why the spike protein is toxic and exactly how it affects elements of physiological systems.

Some of the published papers involve complex investigation of physiological mechanisms. One published on June 14, 2022 in Cells journal examines lipid toxicity. Another published on May 3, 2021 studied a possible effect of the spike protein causing excessive immunoreactivity of brain pericytes.

According to WMC, the collective action of the spike protein on lipids and pericytes may be causing oxidative stress to neurological structures and cellular systems. This in turn can trigger neurodegeneration and demyelination. 

… It is important to note that the spike protein generated by mRNA Covid vaccination can cause these effects on its own without any Covid viral infection.  

… Overall this discussion illustrates that our current understanding of many crucial physiological processes is very preliminary and limited in scope. This in turn underlines once again the extreme dangers of the rushed introduction of novel mass biotechnology vaccination programmes designed to realign natural immune responses.

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