We should have the right to refuse blood transfusion from vaccinated for COVID-19 but can we? Part 3
People who are vaccinated for COVID-19 can donate blood immediately or shortly after being vaccinated despite the fact that the experimental product may induce life-threatening disorders in the recipients. I asked several government agencies responsible for blood donation if we can have a choice to receive blood by non-COVID-19 vaccinated. The answer from all was NO.
Blood banks may or may not keep the records of whoever had COVID-19 vaccine. They don’t test the vaccinated blood for Spike proteins specifically – the most dangerous product of COVID-19 vaccination. In America they do test for antibodies which admit aren’t diagnostic tools (as I told you). In conclusion everyone can receive contaminated blood which can make her/him sick and has no choice to opt out! Tell me, if it isn’t crime against humanity, what is?
This is not only about the blood donation.
COVID-19 vaccine products can spread everywhere. Most of the time they are given to already, sick but also after accidents, many women need blood after childbirth, they are given to kids (I received my dad’s blood when was severely sick from a common cold as a baby).
People should go right now to their blood donation banks or health officials offices, request to stop blood donations from COVID-19 vaccinated and remove all contaminated blood!
It is a matter of life and death!
Do it even if you are healthy, and don’t have kids or sick family and friends.
Here are the answers which I got (not all responded). In original language and translated when needed.
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