MIT Stephanie Seneff on children vaxxines
“They should do everything they can to avoid it, absolutely”
MIT's Stephanie Seneff, Ph.D., principal investigator on the vaccination of children “should do everything they can to avoid it, absolutelly”.
She explains that, when the vaccine is injected, it does not stop in the arm of the vaccinated, it spreads to the organs, basically up to the Splean, where the immune reaction expected by the pharmaceuticals to “relieve” the organism in case of a later infection would be produced, but it is a process that does not end there, then the spike protein would continue to be produced without control, and this is associated with the processes of Parkinson's disease and Prion's disease, so the vaccines could have harmful neuro-degenerative effects quickly in those vaccinated, which is why these messenger RNA vaccines are not recommended, since their adverse effects are unknown and are expected to be counterproductive to human health.
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