Do you remember the grandiose claims that the mRNA from the Covid vaccines would be degraded within a very short time, so that no spike proteins would remain in the body in the long term? In the meantime, the authorities have become more cautious with this statement – because the fact is: This is nothing more than a hopeful assumption. Critics of mRNA vaccinations have long come to the conclusion that the pseudouridines used to stabilize the vaccine RNA prevent the body from breaking it down in a timely manner. A new study from Japan confirms this fear.
Even the PEI was recently able to fact censors to only state that one assumes “a few days” until the mRNA is broken down by the body, since the period of time cannot be specifically determined. As you know, you can start from a lot. It is also not possible to say exactly how long spike proteins remain in the body. Already in the spring one demonstrated Studythat these can still be detected in the body for at least 60 days after the Covid shot (and to make matters worse, apparently in higher numbers than in Covid patients). The longer spike proteins can be detected in the body, the more it must be assumed that the mRNA responsible for their production remains in the body longer than the official authorities naively assumed.
An actual Single case study from Japan treats a well-known side effect of the Covid vaccine: A 64-year-old suffered an outbreak of the varicella zoster virus (the herpes virus responsible for chickenpox and shingles) shortly after her BioNTech-Pfizer vaccination. As a result, she suffered from extremely stubborn skin lesions. These just wouldn’t go away, so scientists at the Dermatological Institute of Kochi University in Nankoku carried out immunohistochemical examinations of the lesions. The result: not only the zoster virus was found in the tissue – vaccine-coded spike proteins were also detectable there. And all three months after vaccination!
The authors not only conclude that vaccination could lead to persistent reactivation of the varicella-zoster virus by disrupting the immune system, but also fear that the vaccine mRNA is only slowly broken down in the body and thus the production of spike proteins (SP ) is possible over a long period of time:
Although the pathogenic role of the SP in the lesion remained unclear, a plausible hypothesis was that stabilization of RNA by substituting all uridine nucleotides for BNT162b2 with methyl pseudouridine could lead to long-term production of the encoded SP from arbitrary cells, that severely compromise the microenvironment for the protective immune system, including the skin.
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This corresponds exactly to the warnings of, for example, Dr. Robert Malone or Dr. Ryan Cole (Report24 reported: ‘US pathologist: Vaccine mRNA cannot be degraded, causes damage long after vaccination’). Since this is a single case study, further corresponding investigations with larger patient numbers would be urgently needed. It is doubtful, however, whether this will be carried out in countries with pharmaceutical-dependent governments in the near future.