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Watch: Swedish study bombshell – COVID jab spike proteins enter cells and ‘shear’ human DNA in half

A recent study out of Sweden suggests Covid-19 vax spike proteins have the ability to enter the nucleus of human cells and damage DNA.

In this video Dr. Mikolaj Raszek of Merogenomics, a genome sequencing company based in Canada analyses the new research and summarises its conclusions. According to Dr. Raszek, the research is a ‘game-changer’ which requires validation studies. Given the shocking implications of the study, will governments pause the mRNA roll-outs whilst validation studies are completed?

Dr. Raszek’s video has already accumulated over 2 million views in the space of a week.

The video is below the partial transcript we have prepared:

Recently, just about a few weeks ago, in the first week of October, a research team from Sweden published information that showed in the human cells that they were studying, that the spike protein can acutally enter the nucleus.

The reason why this is such dramatic news, and why it’s such a game-changer, is the fact that the nucleus houses our genetic material, all of our DNA – almost all of our DNA, with the mitochondria is the other place where you might find DNA.

And, what they also showed – and normally entry into the nucleus is supposed to be forbidden [?], you’re not supposed to be going inside there, precisely because you could be modulating how we use our genetics.

Now what they discovered is that once the spike protein enters the nucleus in actually inhibits proper fixing of broken damaged DNA, and specifically damage of DNA where you introduce double-stranded break, which means really, you break both strands of the DNA, you shear the DNA in half.

And the way it negatively impacts how the DNA is being fixed, is by somehow (it’s still unknown how), it’s somehow interfering with how BRCA-1 protein is supposed to be used in fixing the DNA damage.

Now, BRCA-1, if you mutate that gene, it’s one of the highest pre-dispositional mutations for cancer development that you can have, is mutations in this particular gene, precisely because BRCA genes is code for proteins that are involved in fixing DNA damage, such as fixing DNA that’s sheared in half.

So this is clearly news of great significance and should not be taken lightly, and should be re-investigated, reconfirmed, because this could not be real news, no offence to the authors, that’s just how science works. There is very frequently information that is discovered and published in science, will turn out to be not true. That is actually very, very common, and that’s why we need validation and re-validation before something before something is considered to be of truth, scientific truth. You need a lot and lof of studies.

The other protein that is also somehow prevented from taking its action in helping fix the DNA once the Spike protein enters the nucleus is this material protein call 53BP-1. It’s not fully yet known what that protein does – that’s common for many of the genes, in the human genome we’re still collecting much of that information. But it’s believed that protein might be potentially involved in binding to the broken ends of the DNA to prevent their re-ligating or re-connecting to DNA from other sources. So basically making sure that two chromosomes that are not supposed to be linked together are not linked together.

So, why do the authors suspect this might be happening? They believe that potentially, this is how the virus evolved this method in order to inhibit how our immune system responds in being able to combat infection. So, keep in mind that when we produce antibodies or T-cell receptors, they can recognise pretty much any pathogen. So, how do they achieve that?

Well, the cells that are actually responsible for producing either the antibodies or the T-cell receptors, they can actually shuffle the genetic material that is responsible for production of these proteins (the antibodies or the T-cell receptors). So it cuts the DNA apart and splices it in a variety of different manners, and that’s how you can literally produce any amount of these proteins being able to attack any pathogen.

So, by the spike protein entering the nuclei and preventing this from happening, what it would in essence be doing, is preventing the development of diversity of response to the infection.

And I think this is a good example of a typical broad, over-simplistic view of viruses and vaccinations without the regard that, we have to remember that, these viruses, this family of viruses, have evolved with humans for literally thousands of years, and they have developed many specific tricks to be able to fight our own immune system in order to be able to effectively infect us and promote infections between ourselves, because that’s all the virus wants to do – it wants to spread because that’s the only way it can actually be produced, once it infects one of us.

So, why is that potentially dangerous? Obviously then in theory, the spike protein could be a mutogen because it prevents the fixing of our DNA. This is why it’s such important information, especially in the context of the other recent information that was recently discovered, that I discussed in video number 16 I believe, where I talked about how spike protein post-vaccination can circulate in our blood for many months on end in the exosomes. And that means it could be circulating to any parts of our body, in theory entering any cell, and then the question is does it enter the nuclei of any cell, and lead to the damage of the DNA?

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  1. Do we have in vitro evidence of apoptosis or transcriptional nFKb changes? Which constructs were used for delivery of spike protein to cultured cells ? (Assuming this study was invitro). Was mRNA delivered directly into cells via transfection? Dose per mm3 of cells?

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