Do Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) “vaccine” spike proteins accumulate in the brain and trigger dementia? The latest research suggests so.
Canadian scientific and regulatory consultant Peter Oldfield, along with several others, published a paper in the journal Vaccines drawing attention to the dire implications of Fauci Flu shot spike proteins on brain function, which include an increased risk of Parkinson’s disease.
“This mini-review focuses on the mechanisms of how SARS-CoV-2 affects the brain, with an emphasis on the role of the spike protein in patients with neurological symptoms,” the study reads.
“Following infection, patients with a history of neurological complications may be at a higher risk of developing long-term neurological conditions associated with the alpha-synuclein prion, such as Parkinson’s disease and Lewy body dementia.”
But wait, they are just talking about the COVID “virus” itself, right? Not exactly. The study goes on to reveal “compelling evidence” that spike proteins “generated from the vaccines” are dangerous because they have the ability “cause inflammation and/or blood clots in the brain.”
“Consequently, should vaccine-induced expression of spike proteins not be limited to the site of injection and draining lymph nodes there is the potential of long-term implications following inoculation [vaccination] that may be identical to neurological complications seen in patients who were infected with SARS-CoV-2,” the study further states.
It is important to emphasize the fact that it has been fully established, despite government claims to the contrary, that spike proteins and other vial contents do not remain localized in the arm.
Post-injection, these deadly chemicals spread throughout the body and accumulate in various places. Depending on the spike protein load and where it embeds itself, the outcome can look like brain degeneration, organ damage, loss of motor skills, and more.
In the case of Parkinson’s or Lewy body dementia, these two conditions are demarcated by misfolded alpha-synuclein proteins in the brain. Together, these two diseases are the second most common cause of neurodegenerative dementia, surpassed only by Alzheimer’s disease.
“… many of the serious neurological symptoms associated with COVID-19 are due to hypoxia, cytokine storms, and blood clots, all of which contribute to damaging neurons in the brain,” Oldfield’s study further reveals.
“Some of the symptoms of brain injury include loss of smell and taste (anosmia), severe headaches, debilitating fatigue, trouble thinking clearly (brain fog), seizures, strokes, and various degrees of paralysis.”
We also now know that spike proteins can enter the brain through different pathways, including through the vasculature or directly through the blood-brain barrier.
This is not the first study to identify a connection between COVID injections and Parkinson’s by the way. We reported on another study from former National Institutes of Health (NIH) contract scientist and Classen Immunotherapies proprietor J. Bart Classen, which came to similar conclusions about the risk of brain damage due to spike protein exposure.
There was also a mouse study, which found that spike (S1) proteins tagged with iodine (I-S1) are able to cross the blood-brain barrier with relative ease. In that paper, it was shown that more than 50 percent of I-S1 proteins easily crossed the capillary wall and entered into the brain and interstitial fluid spaces within 30 minutes following injection.
“It happened to my mother after the second shot,” wrote a commenter, validating these findings with a personal anecdote. “A formerly strong, vibrant woman became almost a vegetable. She died two months later.”
“We are in the middle of a great experiment – not just physical but also social,” added another.
“The government and Big Pharma wanted to see how easily they could coerce people into getting jabbed with mysterious chemicals under the threat of job loss, social isolation, and loss of medical care.”
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