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When evidence is presented from multiple parties that there are lots of problems, like death, with these injections and the regulators do nothing for years how is this explained? The obvious answer is the people running the regulators and thus the senior management at the regulators are both involved in the fraud. It will take time for enough people to accept this depressing reality. We all need to believe our own eyes, and face up to the ugly truth. Some will never face reality, there are a lot of cowards, but there are enough people that want the truth.

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Nov 3, 2023Liked by Anandamide

"..we shouldn't have to do this...." true. Glad you are though!

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Nov 3, 2023Liked by Anandamide

It’s gonna be the source of the “blobs.” At least I’m betting so. Yes, to the long rubbery casts being made inside veins and arteries, but I also think the blobs in the lab-draws are gonna be “silky.”

Fascinating stack, Kevin!

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Nov 4, 2023Liked by Anandamide

Hi Kevin, it's Janiesaysyay. Great work! Thought about this, and find it hard to believe human cells could express any protein similar to silk. We don't have the biochemistry. We don't have silk glands like spiders.

However the collagen is VERY interesting because it would aid in the clotting with the LNPs and PEG with blood proteins to form hydrogels.

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The fibrous clots have a similarity to silk? People have webs growing in their veins as a result of this mystery ORF? Pretty creepy.

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This is sci fi craziness. These murderers have outdone themselves. Silk like proteins. Dr Ardis has already said synthetic peptides mimicking snake and snail toxins were used. Now this.....

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While I'm not able to follow the science, the gist of this scenario

suggests to me 3 possibilities -

1) Slipshod omissions or carelessness motivated by greed,

impatience and immunity

2) Pfizer knew exactly what they were doing but omitted or glossed over the presence of certain substances as part of a multi--front attack on the human genome.

3) By prearrangement, Pfizer brought the preparation up to a certain stage of completion, at which time it was turned over to Eugeneshits' (or government?) scientists who worked it further with the

unmentioned/glossed-over substances, then returned it to Pfizer,

whose umbrella of immunity would smooth the bumps and wrinkles

if they were discovered.

While Pfizer may or may not have been told what was done to the preparation, (buyer's preference) there is a good chance they were told, given the fallback mumbo-jumbo used to explain or dismiss

the ingredients in question.

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The similar proteins are only around 25-30% identical from what I can tell from your photo. The proteins that are similar are also never really in a string or line, but dispersed as single or double matches. Trying to figure out UNIPROT now so I can look at the full sequence alignments. I'm not personally going to postulate on amyloidogenic potential with that amount of similarity, but it's certainly possible. What I find more shocking, is just how big of a mystery that thing is. Injecting DNA with a viable mystery open reading frame, that is housed in a high half life LNP and ready to transfect cells in multiple locations within the body, into billions of people, is batshit crazy. Might be better, since it's an unknown protein, to assess lots of on record amyloidogenic sequences, and manually search the mystery protein for them? I have a feeling UNIPROT would have found those though... Or, if anyone has access, there is likely software that determines amyloidogenic potential, that the mystery sequence can be fed into. I know they exist for the prion like domains, one was used here https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC8878784/pdf/microorganisms-10-00280.pdf

If such software exists for amyloidogenic potential, it may help answer the mystery protein's role, if any, as a contributor or main cause of clots

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Thanks for standing strong on this and your excellent work to provide accurate science based research and information. I do not have enough words to express my thankfulness and gratitude.

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Silk-fibroin used for tissue engineering: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC10218181/

Isaiah 59:5-6 They hatch cockatrice' eggs, and weave the spider's web: he that eateth of their eggs dieth, and that which is crushed breaketh out into a viper. 6 Their webs shall not become garments, neither shall they cover themselves with their works: their works are works of iniquity, and the act of violence is in their hands.

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Very incisive piece!

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Only one in a Billion would be affected by sv40 genome...

...except they injected Billions into each victim

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Opens up the whole barn door of lawsuits stripping away the vaccine companies protection instead of them getting protection because of the news of leaving out information to FDA

as I remember Robert F Kennedy Jr stated in one his posts they have protection as long as they show transparency to the regulators that’s a so graciously call them I think it was in 76 or so they signed off as long as they told FDA everything that was in the vaccines and the possible side effects they were protected against lawsuits

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Something to silk. I was advised to get rid of my trigeminal neuralgia to drill a little hole into my skull and then glue an offending twisted bloodvessel away from the trigeminal nerve to my skull via SILK STRANDS. So this seems to be already used in medicine to glue and tie bloodvessels gently to other tissues. But to express it is different.

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Mason-Pfizer Simian Retro Virus renamed

Promoter region remain transcriptionally active in human cells and 2) the constitutive transport element (CTE) expression in the target cells aids the facilitation of the nuclear export for the gene therapy

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mason-Pfizer_monkey_virus

The ssRNA virus appears sporadically in mammary carcinoma of captive macaques at breeding facilities which expected as the natural host

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I was just holding the beer but i didnt really drink it. This is how the fact checkers talk which are more like pharma defenders.

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