A recent study claims to have found "irrefutable proof of causality" that the mRNA vaccines cause vascular and organ damage.
The study, conducted by microbiologists Dr. Michael Palmer and Dr. Sucharit Bhakdi, was mostly based on the findings of German pathologists Dr. Arne Burkhardt and Dr. Walter Lang.
- mRNA vaccines don’t stay at the injection site; they instead travel throughout the body and accumulate in various organs.
- mRNA-based COVID vaccines induce long-lasting expression of the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein in many organs.
- Vaccine-induced expression of the spike protein induces autoimmune-like inflammation.
- Vaccine-induced inflammation can cause grave organ damage, especially in vessels, sometimes with deadly outcomes.
"This is what leads to multi-organ system failure. This is what leads to infertility in women."
"There has been a lot of hypothesis about the damage these shots cause. Now, with these pathology slides and the specific types of immunochemistry staining, Bhakti and Palmer show—unequivocally—that the spike protein is quickly disseminated to every organ they examined," Tenpenny said.
"They are both pathologists; looking at slides of tissue under a microscope and appropriately staining tissue is what they are trained to do!" she added.
"I wish we had been wrong. We weren't. And we finally have irrefutable proof," Northrup added.
That the vaccine quickly distributes through the body was a finding present in Pfizer’s own animal experiments.
"The subject was deceased but the examination of their tissue showed that they were expressing the spike protein, nine months after the injection of the genetic vaccine," Lindsay told The Epoch Times.
- mod-mRNA is stable in the body for nine months.
- The mRNA has been integrated into the genome, such as in the Aldén study.
- The person was around somebody who was recently vaccinated and the mRNA was transmitted.
"Their findings of spike expression nine months out from [taking the vaccine] support either genomic integration of the mRNA coding the spike protein into the genome of the cells shown expressing it, or, that the synthetically modified messenger RNA is remaining stable within these cells months after it was supposed to be degraded," Lindsay said.
MethodThe methods used by Dr. Burkhardt are called histopathology and immunohistochemistry.
The technique is explained in the study: "If a vaccine particle—composed of the spike-encoding mRNA, coated with lipids—enters a body cell, this will cause the spike protein to be synthesized within the cell and then taken to the cell surface. There, it can be recognized by a spike-specific antibody."
"After washing the tissue specimen to remove unbound antibody molecules, the bound ones can be detected with a secondary antibody that is coupled with some enzyme, often horseradish peroxidase," it reads. "After another washing step, the specimen is incubated with a water-soluble precursor dye that is converted by the enzyme to an insoluble brown pigment. Each enzyme molecule can rapidly convert a large number of dye molecules, which greatly amplifies the signal."
"Histo" comes from the Greek word for "web, tissue."
"At the top right of the image, you can see two cells which were exposed to the Pfizer vaccine and then subjected to the protocol outlined above. The intense brown stain indicates that the cells were indeed producing the spike protein," the study reads, referring to image 3.
RebuttalHealth Feedback, a member of the Vaccine Safety Net led by the WHO, on Sept. 3 said that these claims are "unsubstantiated."
"The idea that mRNA from COVID-19 vaccines can remain in our bodies in the long term is a common myth with no scientific basis," the WHO fact-checking branch states.
Blood Vessel InflammationThe second biggest discovery, Lindsay believes, would be the observation of endothelial damage—inflammation and denuded endothelial cells inside the blood vessels.
Endothelium is the tissue that lines the blood vessels and other organs, such as the heart.
"Spike protein disease is an endothelial disease—very key to myocarditis, etc.," Dr. Tenpenny said.
"The first 13 items in and of themselves are major reason for concern and halting the COVID shot use," Hamilton told The Epoch Times.
"Item 14 (Aldén study), which concerns the possibility that the shot can alter the DNA of recipients and subsequently the DNA of their offspring, is of great concern," Hamilton said.
- The dose of mRNA used in this study is higher than mRNA in the COVID shot.
- The Alden study is in-vitro (not in-vivo) and the normal human immune and chemical protections are not present.
- The liver cells used in the experiment are liver cancer cells and their response to reverse transcriptase may not be typical.
Burkhardt and LangThe Palmer and Bhakdi paper says that Burkhardt and Lang studied many cases of people who died months or days after getting the COVID vaccine.
In all of these cases, the cause of death was documented as "natural" or "unknown."
Some members of the families of those deceased had doubts about the verdicts of their causes of death and wanted to double-check.
According to the study, Burkhardt found "the majority of these deaths to be due to vaccination."