Searching for Facts and Solutions: Three Sources on the Nanotech Poisoning
What do these sources have in common?
At least they know it’s been lost…
The Breggins article was recommended to me by a reader, and it did look promising at first, but only until further scrutiny. Still, the question it raises deserves more attention than whatever it has been receiving. I am also including my reading of the Breggins piece, but my emphasis is on finding a common denominator for its stance, OUTRAGED, and Mihalcea. I’ll start with shaving off whatever I cannot accept in it and my reasons for my rejections.
The following article states that the “jabs” (I have always hated the diminutive word that bagatellizes the sooner-or-later lethal injections) cause “immune fatigue”:
Alas, the authors are also using the “we” I despise so much, although in their case, at least, there are two of them… For a moment, let me overlook the fact that the meaning of “immune system” is a proper mess in western “Medicine,” and both authors are “doctors.” As someone with two doctoral degrees, I am not using the title, because I know how little difference that makes; instead, let me focus on the investigation.
What are they saying? Here is their objective:
“Now we examine an overlooked method by which the COVID shots can cause physical ruination and death through exhaustion of the immune system, and how this will play into the ambitions of the global elite and especially the transhumanists.”
First and foremost, aiming at discussing the effects of the injections is weird at best, because each batch of the vials differed from the rest, and the general poisoning1 is far from being restricted to the “vaccines.” If the injections were presumed to be the sole sources of evil, which they are not, how far would the article cover facts?
T-cell impairment is a possible symptom of “vaccine damage,” although it can be caused by several other things (mass poisoning didn’t start with the injections), and it doesn’t explain the most common “vaccine” injury: warped, damaged, or depleted RBCs. Impaired “interferon signaling” can be caused even by microplastics (they are in the blood, urine, and feces, after all), so its presence doesn’t prove anything about the injections. Moreover, the red herring of “mRNA” comes up, whose narrative artfully dodges the roles and impact of 5G and comparable technologies. Neatly-matching quotations from “medical” articles don’t save the day, only maintain the initially-established confusion of participating elements, and their causes and effects, while the segmentation itself stays fragmented and incomplete.
While the article encourages skipping the injections, that also further implies that they are the sole source of evil. Using the term “adverse effects” itself demonstrates that the authors are coming from allopathic “Medicine.” Obviously, all “vaccines” are part of the depopulation process, nothing in them is “experimental,” and all damages caused are fully intentional.
Suggesting that “long covid” exists implies that “covid” exists, which it doesn’t, unless the symptoms caused by the general poisoning2 are creatively attributed to a condition that might as well be called “hookabookah” or, for that matter, “covid.” No wonder the “post-vaccine injuries” soon develop into “post-vaccine syndromes” in the text…
The following is already so poetic that I can’t help quoting it:
ADE — the overreaction of the immune system to overstimulation — can cause immune exhaustion, which we are labeling ADEx. ADEx is one probable cause of Long COVID and post “vaccine” symptoms of frequent illnesses, fatigue and exhaustion, brain fog, and fast-growing treatment-resistant “turbo” cancers that occur when the immune system is weakened, often compounded by brain injury and mental dysfunction from the agents that compromise immunity.13 The potential adverse effects of a compromised immune system include those mentioned in the above quote by Stephanie Seneff and her coauthors: “neurodegenerative disease, myocarditis, immune thrombocytopenia, Bell’s palsy, liver disease, impaired adaptive immunity, impaired DNA damage response, and tumorigenesis.”
There are so many problems with the predicates in this paragraph that it would take several pages to point out their failure one by one, so I’ll stick to the most important one: attributing symptoms to goodness-knows-what and inventing conditions accordingly, which makes one sound at least somewhat professional as long as there is enough “medical” jargon involved.
To put it bluntly, according to the text, if someone hits you on the head with a jackhammer, you become “sick,” because it weakened your “immune system”! If that’s not hilarious, nothing is, but that doesn’t mean it’s funny; it only shows how lost “Medicine” is as long as it tries to maintain its long-defunct and even originally-fraudulent paradigm, which enables to harm patients and explain away the damages with “side effects.” To give some credit to the authors, at least the “side effects” are real, albeit their list is grossly incomplete.
Here is where the juggler enters the room: what has been a side effect until now in the text, is now relegated to have been intentional, which new only in the article, because “intent to harm” was pretty obvious from the beginning of the “vaccination” campaign and upon further research all “vaccines” turn out to be intentionally harmful. “Dr.” Ginger Breggin was hardly “… the first to have recognized an even more insidious reason why the elite might want to weaken all of our immune systems.” Even the evident part, “Their motivation is to enable transhumanism”, comes in at least two years late, after the damage was done. According to the text, it is a new revelation that it is the “immune system” that is under attack (do you remember sources claiming the same nearly three years ago already?), because it prepares the “clinical subjects” for further harm, that is, for transhumanism. Well, the transhumanist agenda has been declared openly and publicly several times in the last three years, so what is new here?
An ingenious analogy is introduced. The “immune system” must be weakened after organ transplants in order to reduce the risk of the body rejecting the new organ. Similarly, the cyborg implants that turn humans into remote-controlled zombies must be accepted by the body. Yet what’s the hurry? If 95 percent of humanity must be eliminated, preventing the rejection can wait. After all, humans usually mutate and adapt to new circumstances, and chances are, many of them will adapt to being injected with nanotech, too.
The authors explanation that “weakening the immune system” results in obedience, which prevents rebellion completely misses the target. Many people would be happy to rebel already, yet they cannot do a thing3. In a future technocratic world, a little more radiation and a few robocops can stifle any resistance in a jiffy. No, the globalist goal is to place everything and everyone into a live computer program in which only the functional parts are allowed to exist. The simulation for the end product must have been running already for years, but the central AI is still in the R&D mode and is not ready to take full control of the operation.
The next part of the article is hugely relevant, because it describes the current transformation of the blood and the presence of nanotech in it. That, for that matter, I have seen happening in my own blood, which doesn’t make me a lot smarter than even those who line up for the “boosters.” To make matters worse, these days, the “boosters” might already contain antidotes against the next type of toxins, so only the compliant and the complicit might be allowed to linger on. Again, the text attributes the tech in the blood to the “vaccines,” whereas the delivery systems have been extremely versatile by now, and inhalation is probably the most common form of poisoning (which is what happened to me nearly two and a half years ago). Without further ado, let me introduce you to the most intelligible and comprehensive text I have encountered on the subject:
Returning to the Breggins, the following statement deserves a Rotten-Tomato award:
“Making us unable to defend against harmful alien substances injected into our bodies along with the mRNA is not the only danger from weakened immunity or ADEx. The immune system not only fights off viruses, bacteria, and parasites, but it also fights off cancer cells and tumors.”
How the heck could the “immune system” get rid of the nanochips that are anchored to the body and operates on bioelectricity? Okay, the authors may not know that part.
What the heck is “mRNA” still doing here? It’s completely redundant:
The “immune system” does NOT “fight,” especially not “viruses, bacteria, and parasites,” because all those are integral parts of the symbiotical balance in the body and the “immune system” must maintain the balance, unless it tries to neutralize actual toxins, and the nanotech happens to be one of those. “Fighting” in this case does mean to initiate rejection, which the article correctly suggests, except the authors fail to recognize that the nanotech is anchored inside the body, and it’s not going to leave anytime soon on its own accord. It’s only the icing on the cake that according to the authors, “HIV infection” actually exist, but let that speak for itself…
The article, in its conclusion, lines up the following spectacular claims, which produces a perfect example of gaslighting as it mingles facts with myths:
Have the global predators contrived their COVID genetic “vaccines” to cause deadly excessive immune overreactions, followed by vastly weakened immune responses? Have they done this purposely, along with all their other planned actions, like developing SARS-CoV in labs, spreading the virus around the world, outlawing early and effective treatments for COVID like hydroxychloroquine and ivermectin, pushing deadly treatments like Remdesivir and ventilators, enforcing injections of so-called vaccinations that have maimed and killed millions of people, and enforcing harmful and immune-compromising behaviors such as masking practices and shutdowns of schools, small businesses and churches?
The answer to the rhetorical questions at the beginning of the excerpt is a resounding “Yes!”, of course, and that’s been the case for nearly three years. SARS-CoV was “developed” and exist only in computers, but if the computers were in a lab, by all means, it was developed in labs. “Spreading the virus” is a gigantic misnomer for spreading quantum-dot technology, because the existence of pathogenic “viruses” has never been established4, as opposed to the well-documented uses of quantum dots.
Ivermectin as a Zinc iomophore, may have been useful in some cases5, but it became immensely suspicious after it was allowed; after all, it’s made by the same manufacturers as the common pharmaceutical toxins:
And yes, remdesivir, ventilators, the muzzles, and the injections were part of the democide, although the authors overlook the significance of the fraudulent, painful, toxic, and humiliating PCR “tests” that also stole the subjects’ DNA. The muzzling, the limitation of movement, and the antisocial distancing were also meant to isolate people, which alone made them more suggestible and prone to confusion. Eliminating small- and medium-sized businesses clearly served the purpose of giant corporations taking full control over production and distribution, forcing the population to depend on them and on globalist-controlled governments.
According to my reading, Peter and Ginger Bregin are exposing nothing that hasn’t been obvious before, but they are representing the allopathic approach to “Medicine,” and by mixing facts with myths, which contributes to the already-amazing levels of gaslighting. It doesn’t matter if the cause is professional blindness, unplanned obsolescence, or active participation in the globalist project, because the results are the same.
Still, the facts in the article must be observed and respected. In my article, I’ll enlarge on the quantum-dot tech and the self-assembling nanochips in the body. Both are probably universally present in everyone by now.
Ana Maria Mihalcea
While much of Mihalcea’s work and her public appearances remain alien to me, her publications on microchips in the blood and on quantum dots make her a significant source. When I asked her around March, 2023, she published her finding the same warped RBCs in unvaxxed people as in the ones who have been injected. I knew about this and considered it a fact, but her findings confirmed my conjecturing, so I started to pay more attention to her publications than before. In many articles, she has also been confirming my 18-month theory of remotely controlling humans.
The brain-machine interface:
Self-assembling technology in dental anesthetics:
AI and quantum-computing:
Shedding by the “unvaccinated”:
Quantum dots or microrobots? My question, too:
Nanotech inhaled (supported by OUTRAGED, too):
AN OUTRAGED HUMAN
OUTRAGED is my favorite. Don’t expect her to be perfect; she is only human, but her findings make her perhaps the most prolific author on the subject. She exhibits exceptional levels of acumen and familiarity with the technocrats’ technologies and provides a treasure trove of unique information and analyses.
She provides an explanation of quantum dots intelligibly for everyone who would otherwise be deterred by fancy wording:
The author didn’t start working on the subject yesterday, and I can recommend all her articles regarding the topic.
Here is a sampler.
On graphene oxide, causing various types of damages, but this author doesn’t overlook the severe damage tot he intestinal tracts:
Everything she writes on nanotech is highly commendable and nearly impossible to find elsewhere:
Nanotech in PCR “tests” and the muzzles:
Refuting the “spike protein” psyop:
Right, the Epoch Times is a shill…
Weapons used on the populace:
The fake “lab-leak” narrative:
Essentially, OUTRAGE agrees with me that there is no mRNA, but the nanochips do the same damage as mRNA would:
Finally, tracking and data collection (the latter can also be used for controlling the subject remotely and includes a kill switch7):
Common denominators and potential remedies
It looks like quantum dots are best work, when inhaled, while self-assembling nanochips are better, when injected. As nanoparticles can be (and they are) in “medications,” dietary supplements, food and drink8 as well as muzzles, “tests,” household chemicals, it’s hard, if not impossible, to decipher the delivery systems, but the results could be changed only if the delivery paths could be blocked.
As the method for IDing, tracking, and remotely controlling individuals are based on 5G signals and/or comparable technologies9, the sources of these signals must be obliterated and the only feasible reversal of the damages would be reverse-engineering the process controlled by these microwaves:
Disabling cell towers (that can also function as mass-murdering devices), wireless routers and everything “wireless,” including “smart” meters and home or personal devices, would deprive the central AI from live data, turning its status obsolete. If it advises its operators on a previous condition of the world or based on data that is slowly being corrupted by insufficient information, the advice could be devastating, unless the AI realizes its inability to make decisions. Alternatively, feeding it corrupted data on purpose could open up many cans of worms, rendering the outcomes unpredictable just the same. Using magnetic and/or electric signals for healing seems, to put it mildly, adventurous to me, because you usually cannot fix symptoms, unless you can properly identify the cause(s). That doesn’t mean such attempts cannot work, but their impact might pose more danger than promise any good in the long run, even if there are no immediate or visible “side effects” (it can take years for radiation to kill someone and cancer patients can look completely healthy nearly until the end).
Considering the nature of the technologies involved, light and resonance might also be applicable as healing methods, but that’s a topic for another paper I’m working on. In the meanwhile, I would strongly advise against using a one-size-fit-all methods of any kind, because every situation and every human is different, and even the same person changes from time to time.
Zinc has recently become problematic as well, because it might play an integral part of spreading the nanotech in the body.
I have also written quite a bit on the impact of light, which is closely related to her findings: