Lake Kawaguchi, Fujikawaguchiko, Japan. Photo credit: Steven Diaz

Japan investigating deaths from Covid vaccines

Japan has now launched an official investigation into the high number of people who have died after the Covid vaccination. There has been a striking correlation between the start of vaccination campaigns and the increase in mortality.

Published: January 10, 2023, 5:22 am

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    According to media reports, Japanese researchers have been tasked with investigating the mechanisms by which experimental mRNA vaccines could lead to deaths and serious side effects.

    A team led by biochemist and oncologist Prof. Masataka Nagao of Hiroshima University School of Medicine recently concluded that the vaccine causes abnormalities in the immune system, leading to inflammation throughout the body.

    From the available data and the circumstances alone, it cannot yet be concluded that the vaccine was the cause of numerous deaths, said Prof. Nagao. “However, it is impossible to say that the vaccine was not the cause. We can only say that it is doubtful, but we believe that the vaccination was sufficiently linked to the immune abnormalities.”

    The dermatology expert Prof. Shigetoshi Sano from the Kochi University School of Medicine saw the main contributor to immune abnormalities as the spike protein, which enters the human body with the vaccination. Before the start of the vaccination campaign, experts such as the microbiologist Prof. Sucharit Bhakdi and the doctor Dr. Wolfgang Wodarg warned about the same distinct possibility.

    “Spike proteins suppress the immune system locally,” Sano explained to media representatives. “As a result, the spike proteins facilitate reactivation of the herpes virus.” The process of the immune system breaking down the spike proteins leads to inflammation throughout the body, which can also lead to blood clots, Sano concluded.

    Then the medic clarified: “I don’t know if I should say this, but it has been found that vaccinated people are more likely to get the Coronavirus than unvaccinated people.” Sometimes “things are introduced into the human body that are not good. Vaccination can make our entire immune system unable to fight such bad things,” he warned.

    And another alarming detail has emerged: American doctors and physicians who had pushed the jabs on Twitter during the pandemic were actually part of a “network” of fake accounts, according to an exposé by The San Francisco Standard.

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