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A-mazing Response To Edward's Amazing Announcement
Confused confusing confusion.
Correction: Minor typo. Wrote ‘blood depletion’. Meant blood platelet depletion.
Tongue-in-cheek, but still nevertheless serious writer “Edward Slavsquat”, who writes from ‘the other side’ on Russia, is an eager and prolific writer exposing, besides many things, the vaccine mandates over in Russia.
He very recently made an article asking for information on the Sputnik V Russian shots, specifically to try to ‘connect the dots’ with other global mandates, to which I was considering writing a comment on…
…but why write a comment when you can post a Substack article instead where everybody is a winner?
Our first port of call is the Sputnik V official website itself. Now, these are press releases, so they have little merit from a scientific standing, but we do start to see connections form, and hoo boy Edward, you’re in for a treat.
The first thing we pick up from their hot garbage press release is that Russia don’t mind taking advice from AstraZeneca (emphasis added):
Moscow, August 20, 2021 – The Russian Direct Investment Fund (RDIF, Russia’s sovereign wealth fund), AstraZeneca and R-Pharm announce preliminary results on immunogenicity of combined use of the AstraZeneca vaccine (developed jointly with the University of Oxford) and the first component of the Sputnik V vaccine coronavirus (Sputnik Light vaccine based on human adenovirus serotype 26) from the clinical trial of vaccines combination in the Republic of Azerbaijan.
AstraZeneca are, gasp, British and Swedish, according to Legal 500:
AstraZeneca is a British-Swedish multinational pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical company.
Of course, this begs the question why Vladimir Putin would eagerly take any advice from his evil arch-nemesis of Russia, such as Britain and/or Sweden.
The HEK293 cell line is an immortalised cell line of primary human embryonic kidney cells transformed by transfection with sheared human adenovirus serotype 5 (HAdV5)
Why is this relevant? If we return to the Sputnik V press release, it mentions (emphasis added)…
The heterogeneous boosting approach (“vaccine cocktail” using human adenovirus serotype 26 as the first component and human adenovirus serotype 5 as the second component) was at the core of Sputnik V
So, basically, Sputnik V uses AstraZeneca components or… do they? According to yet another Sputnik V press release, they claim it is the other way around, and that Sputnik V helped AstraZeneca (note the date, emphasis added):
[…] the Russian Direct Investment Fund (RDIF, Russia’s sovereign wealth fund) and Gamaleya Institute on November 23, 2020 offered AstraZeneca to use one of the two components (human adenoviral vectors1) of the Sputnik V vaccine in AstraZeneca’s clinical trials. […]
And then goes on to claim that AstraZeneca had accepted:
AstraZeneca accepted RDIF’s proposal and will begin clinical trials of its vaccine in combination with Sputnik V’s human adenoviral vector type Ad26 by the end of 2020.
Oh, that’s a really cozy relationship, isn’t it? Thank goodness there aren’t any issues with the…
ChAdOx1 interacts with CAR and PF4 with implications for thrombosis with thrombocytopenia syndrome
Oh, the AstraZeneca shot causes blood clots and blood platelet depletion.
As it turns out, I was trying to do my marathon 898 studies, when I came across a study specifically related to AstraZeneca shots being extra fatal to those with “thrombosis with thrombocytopenia syndrome” (TTS for short):
[…] we included 116 patients with postvaccination CVST [Cerebral Venous Sinus Thrombosis], diagnosed between January 30 and June 14, 2021. In total, 96 patients (82.8%) were vaccinated with ChAdOx1 nCov-19, 16 (13.8%) with BNT162b2 (Pfizer/BioNTech), 2 (1.7%) with CoronaVac (Sinovac), 1 (0.9%) with Ad26.COV2.S, and 1 (0.9%) with mRNA-1273 (Moderna)
Besides the alarming CVST trend post vaccination, if the patients also had TTS with the postvaccination, it led to more fatal outcomes (empahasis added):
In this cohort study of patients with CVST, a distinct clinical profile and high mortality rate was observed in patients meeting criteria for TTS after SARS-CoV-2 vaccination.
But there’s no way I can make this worse, right?
Next Stop Worsetown, Worseville
So the other adenovirus in Sputnik V… is the same as the Johnson & Johnson one. You know, the same J&J who are trying to file bankruptcy in order to avoid culpability for all the cancer their talcum powder caused.
Oh, and whilst we’re here, I might as throw in how much money Johnson & Johnson, AstraZeneca and Pfizer had spent. Why also Pfizer? F**k Pfizer, that’s why.
“Lobbying […] Ranks 25 of 5,561 in 2020”
“Lobbying […] $10,870,000 in 2020”
"Top Recipients […] Biden, Joe $381,930"
"Top Recipients […] Trump, Donald $119,768"
"Lobbying […] Ranks 191 of 5,561 in 2020"
"Lobbying […] $3,470,000 in 2020"
"Top Recipients […] Biden, Joe $102,374"
"Top Recipients […] Trump, Donald $39,257"
Johnson & Johnson
"Lobbying […] Ranks 73 of 5,561 in 2020"
"Lobbying […] $5,570,000 in 2020"
"Top Recipients […] Biden, Joe $370,001"
"Top Recipients […] Trump, Donald $106,718"
And It Gets Even Worse! Adenoviruses Problems!
Wondering why they have to keep screaming it is Chimpanze adenovirus whilst the technical documentation says it is human adenovirus grown using human tissue?
Ah, that’s because human adenoviruses cause cancer (emphasis added):
Papillomaviruses, polyomaviruses and adenoviruses are collectively categorized as the small DNA tumour viruses. Notably, human adenoviruses were the first human viruses demonstrated to be able to cause cancer, albeit in non-human animal models.
I wish I could underline the DNA part more strongly. But yes, Sputnik V, AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson - despite their claims to the contrary - are using human, cancer causing adenoviruses.
Now, bought out “scientists” who like Big Pharma fat stacks in their rear end, will scream that ‘these adenoviruses are different’ and ‘that’s the wrong serotype’, etc etc. They may even try to argue it hasn’t been proven in humans even though it is completely unethical to intentionally give a human a cancer causing virus, so their argument is irrelevant.
Quoting the study further:
These viruses produce tumours at high frequency within a few months at the site of injection in neonatal rodent
As it so happens, AssholeZeneca… sorry, I mean AsstraZeneca… claim the same sort of shots will be used to - get this - cure cancer! What an amazing inverse projection! As the cancer goes up you’re going to need your 25th infinity anti-cancer booster shot to stop all that cancer.
Scientists behind the University of Oxford and AstraZeneca Plc Covid-19 shot are using the same technology to try to develop a therapeutic cancer vaccine, with promising results seen in animal studies.
Do those promising results reveal major tumours in neonatal rats? I imagine it is quite promising for their bottom line, a conga line of cancer patients in dire need of overpriced, “lifesaving” cancer drugs. You know, the ones that cost a million dollars (although that might become affordable if the US devolves to wheelbarrow economics).
Now To Muddy The Waters
‘Aha!’ Edward is probably saying, ‘a slam dunk Russia is in bed with the globalists’. Ah, yeah, you see, tiny, tiny problem with that.
So, reportedly, the EMA leaks were - and I don’t know for sure, I’m just regurgitating what the mainstream media are saying - from the Russians and Chinese. The same leaked documents that started the ball rolling on exposing the flaws, lack of data, health risks and crimes against humanity.
Now, I don’t know for sure. The originators didn’t jump up and show me their passports and/or birth certificates and I’m pretty sure it was one of those ‘a friend of a friend’ type situations.
Maybe it was some heroic upstanding Russian (do all Russians just spend their time hacking all of the internet? I’m not so sure) who felt it was their duty to inflict damage on the “Bourgeoisie”. Or maybe, it was the Russian government, given they’d likely have the tools to be able to do this (but I might also be underestimating the power of Russian hackers in general; I wouldn’t know, I’m not a hacker).
Underdog Plays Advocate
I do know back in November 24th 2020, it was widely reported in Western media that Putin initially refused the vaccine. Curiously, this followed on the heels of my behind-the-scenes wrangling of trying to contact governments advising against the shots in general. UK, US, EU, Russia, China besides others were contacted. Putin was the only one I recall who flinched.
Now, he doesn’t need to flinch “on stage” if he’s a big globalist actor faking it, because he can just get the saline shot (so long as it wasn’t one of the compromised saline shots the FDA recalled back in March 2021). I mean, he did eventually get the shot (supposedly, no visual evidence), but he publicly flinched.
If he knows what the plan is, why flinch at all? Why even hestitate? I won’t pretend to have all the answers. I’m still not fully decided on Putin myself, although I view the vaccine mandates in Russia with a dark eye and there are a lot of questions to be asked.
Why would Russia even be in bed with the British pharmaceuticals who are shipping weapons to Ukraine and destabilising peace between Ukraine and Russia? I mean, the British have been involved in meddling in Ukraine since at least the 1960s. Plenty of questions to be asked.
Ball is back in your court Edward, enjoy!
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