Saturday, September 24, 2022

Why New York state is suing Trump instead of charging him with crimes




This is F**king amazing.  We can use this protocol to sue every householder in America as well.

All lending arrangements are between two commercial entities and it is inevitable that appraisals are buffed up in order to sell the loan.  The buyer certainly knows this and is happy because he has a high confidence he will get repaid.  Otherwise he could not buy what are completely safe loans.

While we are at it, it is clear that all mortgage professionals must also be investigated for wrong doing.  This does not end here.

What is wonderfully clear is that these fools could not put together a case for criminal conduct.  this is not surprising either because the truly wealthy learn early that you have to be good for your word or you will get caught out for been reckless.  Trump still operated in the cockpit of NY real estate in which every sub tries you out to grab a piece of you.  Nasty world and you have to play hard enough to intimidate a local Mafia Don.  That does not demand breaking criminal laws.



Why New York state is suing Trump instead of charging him with crimes


·Senior Columnist

Fri, September 23, 2022 at 7:07 AM·6 min read

https://finance.yahoo.com/news/why-new-york-state-is-suing-trump-instead-of-charging-him-with-crimes-140720431.html?


After a three-year investigation, New York Attorney General Letitia James has filed a civil lawsuit against Donald Trump, three of his children and his real-estate company, claiming they “engaged in numerous acts of fraud and misrepresentation” for at least a decade. The suit claims the Trumps knowingly and consistently overstated the value of at least 23 commercial properties, for the purpose of getting lower interest rates and cheaper insurance. James wants the family and the company to disgorge $250 million, the amount they supposedly saved by duping banks and insurers.

Um, okay? If Trump’s business practices were crooked, it’s appropriate for the correct authorities to hold him accountable. And there’s widespread evidence Trump has pushed the bounds of legality in his long career as a showman and real-estate developer. A 2018 New York Times exposé, aided by leaks of family documents, claimed that Trump participated in a variety of “dubious tax schemes… including instances of outright fraud.” Trump’s former lawyer, Michael Cohen, has likewise accused Trump of criminal activity, including some crimes Cohen participated in and went to prison for.

And yet, the New York AG’s suit seems …underwhelming? The presumed victims in James’s suit aren’t customers Trump defrauded, contractors he stiffed, or shareholders he lied to. The victims are banks and insurance companies that supposedly undercharged Trump for loans and insurance policies, because Trump told them his properties were more expansive and valuable than they actually were.

The government doesn’t usually sue on behalf of big businesses that have their own well-staffed legal departments. Financial firms rely to some extent on customers telling the truth. But they also do their own underwriting, for the explicit purpose of assuring they don’t commit money based on bogus information. When ordinary people apply for a mortgage, the bank doesn’t write a blank check with no questions asked. Instead, it does a thorough credit check, values the property and prices the loan according to the risk it believes it is taking.

It's harder to do due diligence on a complex business like Trump runs, but that’s what investment banks and other large lenders do for a living. James’s lawsuit, for instance, argues that Trump’s longtime lender Deutsche Bank repeatedly gave Trump favorable interest rates and other loose lending terms because of “the improper, repeated and persistent use of fraudulent and misleading financial statements.” Terrible. But isn’t that Deutsche Bank’s problem? Shouldn’t the bank be the one suing, rather than the New York AG? What harm did Deutsche suffer?
'There doesn't have to be a loss'

James seems to be taking this approach, as opposed to a criminal indictment, because New York law empowers the AG to seek damages caused by fraudulent business behavior as a form of consumer protection. The law doesn’t require the AG to identify a victim or even demonstrate anybody suffered harm. Plus, the burden of proof is lower in civil cases than in criminal ones.

“What makes this statute particularly powerful is that there doesn’t have to be a loss,” Will Thomas, a law professor at the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business, told Yahoo Finance. “This statute has been used to disgorge profits illegally gained. The government can be allowed to claw back all of those profits. Provable nature is lower, and you don’t have to prove intent or willfulness.”

A civil suit also prevents James from bumping into the criminal case against Trump’s company that the Manhattan district attorney is prosecuting. Those two offices sometimes work together on criminal cases, as they’re doing on the recent indictment of former Trump adviser Steve Bannon. With regard to Trump, however, they seem to be pursuing complementary approaches instead of overlapping ones.


Trump, of course, claims the AG’s lawsuit is a politically motivated “witch hunt,” his umbrella phrase for every inquiry into crimes or abuses he may have committed. As Trump points out, James is an elected Democrat in one of the most anti-Trump blue states. But that doesn’t mean James is hassling Trump just because she hates him. Prosecutors and other public officials have an obligation to investigate potential wrongdoing if they become aware of it. Media exposés, allegations by former Trump associates and loads of circumstantial evidence provide James plenty of fodder for a lawsuit. Trump’s primary company is based in New York, giving her jurisdiction. James can plausibly say she’s acting on behalf of the New Yorkers who elected her.
Putting the pressure on other prosecutors

James also seems to be priming the pump for other possible criminal prosecutions of Trump, by other agencies. She’s overt about referring evidence of crimes obtained during the AG civil investigation to federal prosecutors and the Internal Revenue Service.

Do they really need the help? The Justice Department already has detailed information on Trump’s business operations, from the Cohen case and other events. Trump was eventually identified as “Individual 1” in documents related to Cohen's 2018 guilty plea on charges of tax evasion, fraud and campaign finance violations. Individual 1 was complicit in some of the same crimes Cohen went to prison for. In 2019 Congressional testimony that named Trump as "Individual 1," Cohen further detailed the types of financial shenanigans James is now suing Trump for.

The IRS has supposedly been auditing Trump’s taxes for years. How could it not be? Given the many public charges of tax evasion—whether legal or illegal—the agency would be negligent not to look into whether it’s true that Trump is bilking the tax man.

Maybe James feels it’s necessary to pressure other prosecutors into doing their jobs. The Justice Department reportedly dropped its inquiry into the campaign-finance violations Trump ordered Cohen to commit. The Manhattan district attorney, Alvin Bragg, has scaled back his criminal probe into Trump. Criminal proceedings against the company will begin in October, but those won’t focus on Trump personally, even though a prominent prosecutor who left the DA’s office has said there’s ample evidence Trump himself committed crimes.

Other Trump prosecutions seem to be moving briskly. In Georgia, Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis seems to be on course to bring criminal charges of election fraud against Trump and others working with him to overturn the 2020 election results. The Justice Department has hinted at possible obstruction of justice charges related to its lightning raid of Trump’s Mar-a-Lago property in August, when it recovered troves of classified documents Trump wasn’t supposed to have.

Allen Weisselberg, former chief financial officer of the The Trump Organization, has already pleaded guilty to more than a dozen felonies as part of the Manhattan DA’s probe. Weisselberg will testify against Trump’s company—but not against Trump himself—when that trial kicks off on Oct. 24.

James could end up settling the civil lawsuit against the Trumps, though she would probably insist they agree to harsh terms that make it look like she won. If there’s no settlement, the case will likely go before a jury. But the suit alone, and the evidence it has produced, may already be a form of victory for prosecutors seeking to punish Trump for years of transgressions.

Princeton University Is the World’s First Perpetual Motion Machine








Every once in a long while, a Writer will disclose a hidden truth without ever spelling it out.  It is up to us to follow the trail of crumbs he leaves. and yes, accusing the Princeton Endowment fund of been a PONZI scheme, just like Bernie Madoff's scheme would attract criminal charges pushed politically from on high.  So we are not going to do that.

It is noteworthy that the high consistent yield of ten percent compares exactly almost to Bernies yield profile and that triggered my suspicions from afar long before Bernie was finally called out.

It is wonderful to know that this fund has investments able to maintain this yield.  Perhaps they care to tell us their secrets?  Perhaps Malcolm can do an expose on those investments.


Princeton University Is the World’s First Perpetual Motion Machine


If you had a car that could run forever, would you still stop for gas?


Malcolm Gladwell

Sep 21


The holy grail of scientific inquiry in the Middle Ages was the perpetual motion machine. Was it possible to create a mechanical apparatus that could run—forever—without any external power source? One elaborate mechanism after another was created. Eccentric inventors devoted their lives to this question. To this day, the patent offices of the world receive submissions from people claiming to have solved the puzzle.


But of course a perpetual motion machine is impossible: the concept will always violate either the first or second law of thermodynamics. “Oh ye seekers after perpetual motion, how many vain chimeras have you pursued?” Leonardo da Vinci famously said. “Go and take your place with the alchemists.”


Well, I have news for Leonardo da Vinci. It turns out that there is such a thing as a perpetual motion machine. It’s called Princeton University.


This breakthrough happened quietly, as many epochal events often do, buried in a press release issued by the school on October 29, 2021. Why was the breakthrough ignored until now? I cannot say for certain, except that perhaps few observers of America’s educational system are as unhealthily obsessed with the fine print of Ivy League press releases as I am.


But when I read the news, I will tell you in all candor, I gasped in shock. For years I’ve been quietly predicting that this moment would someday come. And now it has.


Here is the short version. (Because, believe me, there is a much longer version, too.) Universities fund their operations largely through three sources of income: government grants, student tuition, and distributions from their endowment. The proportion drawn from each of these three buckets varies from school to school.


If you are a school that does a great job of winning federal research grants, like Johns Hopkins, then the first bucket counts for a lot. If you’re an elite school that takes in lots of full-tuition-paying rich kids and doesn’t give out a lot of financial aid—like, say, Washington University in St. Louis—then the second bucket counts for a lot.


But the third bucket is tricky. The purpose of an endowment is to subsidize a university’s annual budget. But nobody wants to dip into principal unless absolutely necessary. So standard practice is to divide the annual return from an endowment into two parts—returning one portion to the principal, so the endowment keeps growing, and using the rest to supplement the annual operating budget.


A university that relies on those three buckets to fund its operations is not a perpetual motion machine. It’s a normal machine. It requires an annual influx of money, from as many sources as possible, to keep going. If the annual influx of funds from tuition and research grants goes to zero and you have to dip into principal to keep things going, pretty soon you have no principal left. And before long the school is bankrupt. When you hear about small liberal arts colleges that have shut their doors in recent years, that’s what happened. Shrinking enrollment means overreliance on the endowment, and no endowment has ever been large enough to make up that difference.


That is, until now—in the leafy, gothic cradle of financial alchemy known as Princeton University.


After a stellar year in 2021, Princeton University has an endowment of $37.7 billion. Over the past 20 years, the average annual return for the endowment has been 11.2 percent. Let us give Princeton the benefit of the doubt and assume that at least some of that was luck and maybe unsustainable, and that a more reasonable prediction going forward would be that Princeton can average a return on its investments of an even 10 percent a year. That puts Princeton’s endowment return next year at roughly $3.77 billion.


Now—what is Princeton’s annual operating budget? $1.86 billion. The arithmetic here is not hard. $3.77 billion in investment income minus $1.86 billion in operating expenses leaves you with $1.91 billion.


Princeton could let in every student for free. The university administrators could tell the U.S. government and all of its funding agencies, “It’s cool. We got this.”


They could take out the cash registers in the cafeteria, hand out free parking to all visitors, give away Princeton sweatshirts on Nassau Street, and fire their entire accounts receivable staff and their entire fundraising staff tomorrow. They could say to every one of the hardworking professors on their staff: “You never have to spend even a second writing a grant proposal again.” Free at last! Free at last!


Princeton may have become the first university in human history that does not require external funding for its continued operation. And even better, it can self-fund its own operations and have more than a billion dollars left over.


Do you understand the genius of this? It means that next year, Princeton will start off with almost $39 billion in the bank. And assuming a 10 percent rate of return, they will make $3.9 billion, which means that this time around, they can return $2 billion to the endowment—and on and on, in a never-ending upward trajectory of endowment growth, that will one day leave Princeton with a pile of cash so high that it’ll be visible all the way from Wall Street.


The research team at Oh, MG has even created a handy chart—just so you can visualize the surreal majesty of Princeton’s accomplishment. Take a look: The blue line is the university’s annual operating expenses. The orange line is the endowment’s return on investment.




As you can see, Princeton has been flirting with perpetual motion status since nearly 2002. Until this year, the endowment return was a healthy cushion—ALMOST big enough each year to fund the entire university's operations for the following year—but not quite.


But, man—look at that triumphant spike in 2021! Even if Princeton were now to fall way back down to the average investment return it’s raked in over the past 20 years, we'd still be high above the blue line. The laws of fiscal thermodynamics have officially been repealed. My friends, this is what perpetual motion looks like.


Now, a couple of questions.


First: I suspect that a large contingent of people in Cambridge are crying foul at this point. Hasn’t Harvard also reached perpetual motion status? Harvard has a budget of roughly $5 billion and (after a spectacular year in 2021) an endowment of $53 billion. So, sure. Harvard looks like it can run forever as well. But I have two quibbles. First, a 10 percent return on $53 billion only gives you $5.3 billion to play with, and after paying all the bills with that, Harvard would be left with a margin of just $300 million.


I’m a purist on these matters. Years ago, when I first dared to imagine that perpetual motion was possible in the world of higher education, I decided I would only confer this most prestigious of titles on schools that threw off so much excess cash that returning to the laws of nature would be impossible. I think you need a clean $1 billion annual surplus, after you’ve fully funded your school, before you can qualify. Harvard just isn’t there yet.


Plus, I hear through the grapevine that the Harvard endowment has had a brutal 2022, so I’m not even sure it’s still in the picture. Let us not allow perpetual motion to fall victim to grade inflation, shall we? Surely we need to insist on irrefutable evidence of extravagant and consistent overfunding.


Second question: If Princeton has in fact captured the holy grail of higher-ed finance, why don’t they take all the steps I’ve just described?


I mean—wouldn’t life be a lot easier if you didn’t have to write grants, bother alumni for donations, and impoverish the parents of your students?


Of course it would. When visionaries succeed in defying the laws of nature, those achievements demand some kind of accompanying revolution. After the Wright Brothers first took flight at Kitty Hawk, they didn’t bury the news in a random press release and go back to making bicycles. No! They transformed the world. In the 10 months since I read that fateful Princeton press release, I’ve been patiently waiting for the announcement from the school’s president:


“Leonardo was wrong: We have done the impossible. Princeton has now permanently left the grubby land of the invoice, the grant, and the fundraising appeal. We are post-tuition.”



But instead, there has only been this. An article in the July/August 2022 edition of the Princeton Alumni Weekly, titled “Princeton’s Special Sauce.”


“By many measures, alumni support has never been healthier. Annual Giving brought in more than 68.6 million last year, helping to boost the endowment to a whopping $37.7 billion, and a higher percentage of Princeton’s alumni give back to their alma mater than graduates of any other college.”





Sigh. Princeton, apparently, is still pursuing its alumni for money that it does not need, and its alumni are still dutifully answering the call… to the tune of $68.6 million.


If you had a car that could run forever, would you still stop for gas? Just to drop $80, and pantomime filling an imaginary tank with a substance your car did not require? No you wouldn’t—unless, that is, you were a graduate of Princeton, and you felt that preserving that kind of pointless ritual was central to your identity.


The article continues (and here you can sense that somewhere in the alumni affairs office of Princeton University there is the panicked realization that the job they were set up to do is no longer necessary).


“Still the Annual Giving campaign, which boasted 61.4 percent participation as recently as 2013-2014, drew contributions from only 49.6 percent last year. Participation rates by some younger classes are even lower.

“Is something going on?”



Yes, something is going on. The first and second laws of thermodynamics have been repealed and maybe some of the previously dutiful alumni have taken note.


I have an idea. Why doesn’t the fabled Princeton fundraising machine, now that it no longer has a function, pull up stakes and donate its services to a school still constrained by the laws of nature?

Fibrous Clots, Foreign Matter in Blood After COVID Jabs: Is There a Way to Detox?





Here is a way more detailed report on those magic clots including conjectures that i consider science fiction.  Yet most folks reading these ideas do accept them easily enough as they do not have any background except generations of progress.

Inter facing with the human body and brain with anything approaching technology we understand today is not actually plausible and may well never be.  Our best science is still primative.  Yet I cannot prove it is impossible but also know we have to actually access our spirit bodies at least.

we certainly need to empower that spirit body in terms of our physical chemical body.



Fibrous Clots, Foreign Matter in Blood After COVID Jabs: Is There a Way to Detox?

LEFT: Fibrous material found in the serum of vaccinated patients. (Courtesy of Dr. Ann Corson). CENTER: Fibrous clots found in corpses by Richard Hirschman. (Courtesy of Richard Hirschman) RIGHT: 40x magnification of a patient's blood one month after vaccination. The red blood cells are no longer spherical and are clumping as in coagulation and clotting. (Courtesy of IJVTPR)


SEPTEMBER 18, 2022


https://www.theepochtimes.com/fibrous-clots-foreign-matter-in-blood-after-covid-jabs-is-there-a-way-to-detox_4738079.html?


Recently unusual blood clots as well as metal-like foreign objects found in the vessels of COVID-19 jab recipients have been reported across the country. Both types of substances are unusual and are likely to be harmful to our bodies. What are the potential causes and ramifications of these substances, and is there any chance of reversing the mysterious condition?

The Korea Veritas Doctors (KoVeDocs) for COVID-19 previously found certain foreign materials and moving parasite-like entities in the Pfizer and Moderna mRNA COVID-19 vaccines as those vaccines were warmed to near room temperature.

Subsequently, on March 11 2022, three Korean doctors, Young Mi Lee, Sunyoung Park, and Ki-Yeob Jeon, published findings of similar foreign materials in samples of blood from COVID-19 jab recipients in a paper titled “Foreign Materials in Blood Samples of Recipients of COVID-19 Vaccines” in the International Journal of Vaccine Theory, Practice, and Research.

Comparisons of foreign materials observed in the Moderna vaccine magnified 400x and in plasma samples from vaccinated patients who received one or more doses of Moderna mRNA COVID-19 vaccine. (“Foreign Materials in Blood Samples of Recipients of COVID-19 Vaccines” in the International Journal of Vaccine Theory, Practice, and Research.)

Unusual materials were found in eight COVID-19 vaccine recipients: six plasma samples contained a multilayered disc of unidentified composition; three samples contained beaded coil-like materials; one plasma sample contained a fibrous bundle of similar appearing beaded foreign material; and a different group of three samples had crystal-like formations of foreign material.

The various shapes and sizes of the foreign materials in centrifuged plasmas of COVID-19 vaccinated individuals closely resembled the shapes and sizes of foreign materials previously observed directly in the vaccines themselves.

The evidence suggests that the foreign materials found in the COVID-19 vaccine recipients in this study were injected into their bodies when they received one or more doses of the COVID-19 vaccines.

Three Italian physicians, all of whom are surgeons—Franco Giovannini, M.D., Riccardo Benzi Cipelli, M.D., and Giampaolo Pisano, M.D.—examined the blood of 1006 symptomatic subjects who had been injected with mRNA COVID-19 vaccines (Pfizer/BioNTech or Moderna) starting from March 2021.

The Italian doctors have repeated the Korean study in a much larger sample and with a more advanced technique, i.e. dark-field microscopic analysis of fresh peripheral blood on a slide, allowing a first and immediate assessment of the health status of a person’s blood, better representing their overall health status.

One month after the mRNA inoculation, a total of 948 subjects (94 percent of the total studied population) showed blood with aggregation of erythrocytes (red blood cells) and the presence of particles of various shapes and sizes of unclear origin.

This foreign material seemed to collect itself into structures, sometimes forming crystals and other times forming long tubes or fibers.

The foreign structures in the patients’ blood, which had not been there before vaccination, certainly look unusual in the photos included in the study.


The assembly of particles takes on crystalline features. (Courtesy of IJVTPR)


This image at 120x magnification (3x magnification digitally produced) hihglights a typical self-aggregating structure in fibro/tubular mode. (Courtesy of IJVTPR)


Evident tubular formations at 120x magnification in the aggregative phase showing their complex morphology. (Courtesy of IJVTPR)


These photos are at 40x magnification. At the left side, (a) shows the blood condition of the patient before the inoculation. The right side image, (b) shows the same person’s blood one month after the first dose of Pfizer mRNA “vaccine.” Particles can be seen among the red blood cells which are strongly conglobated around the exogenous particles; the agglomeration is believed to reflect a reduction in zeta potential adversely affecting the normal colloidal distribution of erythrocytes as see at the left. The red blood cells at the right (b) are no longer spherical and are clumping as in coagulation and clotting. (Courtesy of IJVTPR)

Twelve subjects, whose blood was examined with the same method before vaccination, showed a perfectly normal blood appearance under the microscope. The alterations found after the inoculation of the mRNA injections further reinforce the suspicion that the changes were due to the jabs themselves.

These photos are at 40x magnification. At the left side, (a) shows the blood condition of the patient before the inoculation. The right side image, (b) shows the same person’s blood one month after the first dose of Pfizer mRNA “vaccine.” Particles can be seen among the red blood cells which are strongly conglobated around the exogenous particles; the agglomeration is believed to reflect a reduction in zeta potential adversely affecting the normal colloidal distribution of erythrocytes as seen at the left. The red blood cells at the right (b) are no longer spherical and are clumping as in coagulation and clotting. (Courtesy of IJVTPR)

In August 2022, the Italian doctors’ results were published in the same journal as the Korean data.

A German Working Group for COVID Vaccine Analysis, an interdisciplinary working group that undertook the task of analyzing the contents and effects of the novel COVID-19 vaccines, also examined the results.

The aforementioned group consists of independent scientists, including doctors, physicists, chemists, microbiologists, pharmacologists, and alternative health practitioners, supported by lawyers, psychologists, analysts and journalists.

In July 2022, they published their preliminary findings which are quite similar to the findings of the aforementioned studies.

They found visible distinctive particles with complex metallic structures of different sizes under the dark-field microscope in the blood of all 48 vaccinated people. Those particles were like crystalline formations. Without exception, all of these patients showed peculiarities that were not observed in a single case of unvaccinated subjects.

They have established that the COVID-19 vaccines consistently contain substances with compositions that cannot be determined. Some ingredients have not even been listed as ingredients by the vaccine manufacturers.
Findings From Embalmers: Numerous Long, String-like Fibrous Clots

Several embalmers across the country have been observing many large, and sometimes very long, “fibrous” and “rubbery” clots inside corpses, starting from either 2020 or 2021.

It’s not yet known if the cause of the new clot phenomenon is due to a COVID-19 infection, the vaccines, both, or something different. However, the Korean and Italian studies have provided quite a bit of evidence that it is possible that the COVID-19 jabs cause these strange blood components.

Mike Adams, who runs an ISO-17025 accredited lab in Texas, analyzed clots in August and found them to be lacking iron, potassium, magnesium, and zinc.

The string-like structures differ in size, but the longest can be as long as a human leg and the thickest can be as thick as a pinky finger.

Richard Hirschman, a licensed funeral director and embalmer in Alabama, said “Prior to 2020, 2021, we probably would see somewhere between 5 to 10 percent of the bodies that we would embalm [having] blood clots,” however now, 50 percent to 70 percent of the bodies he sees have clots.

According to experienced embalmers, they are not “normal” post-mortem clots but rather the long tiny strings may have been a contributing factor in the deaths, preventing circulation to those regions.


Fibrous Clots found in corpses by Richard Hirschman (Courtesy of Richard Hirschman)

Where Do They Come From?

Everyone wants to know what exactly is the cause of these strange, fibrous clots in the blood. But answers may be hard to find, for the manufacturers will not easily disclose the crux of mRNA vaccines.

What we do know is that there are two main components that form these strange things in the blood: metallic elements and protein components. But where do they come from?
Metallic Materials
What is graphene?

Graphene oxide (GO) is derived from graphite by oxidation treatment, which retains the large planar structure and high surface area while introducing hydrophilic groups such as hydroxyl, carboxyl, and epoxy groups. It so becomes a potential carrier platform for bioactive molecules because of unique physicochemical properties, especially the surface that can be easily modified.

GO nanomaterials have been widely used in biomedical fields due to their unique properties such as drug delivery, biological sensor, photodynamic therapy, cancer therapy, antibacterial therapy, and vaccines.

GO has been reported to be used as the delivery vehicle of vaccine antigen, which delivers antigen into dendritic cells (DCs: professional cells reporting signals to T cells). Antigen-loaded GO promotes the cross-presentation of antigen to CD8+T cells, which contributes to the elimination of intracellular pathogens and pathogenic cells after vaccination.

A peer reviewed article has discussed the use of graphene as an adjuvant in vaccines.

On the other hand, an in vitro study showed that GO can activate the immune system by increasing inflammatory factors as well as the proliferation and differentiation of lymphocytes, especially CD8+T cells.

Although GO shows enormous potential in the preparation of new vaccines, its low solubility and poor stability limits its application in the human body.

Furthermore, GO has been shown to be cytotoxic, which may be related to the proteins on its surface; especially since it can damage DNA, a property associated with its inherent chemical characteristics.

GO has been used in flu shots. There is a possibility of graphene oxide being used in the vaccines of COVID for the purpose of increasing the immunogenicity, i.e. the ability of a vaccine to induce an immune response, which is often evaluated by the concentration of neutralizing antibodies in vaccine development trials.Identification of graphene in COVID Vaccines

La Quinta Columna, is a Spanish research team founded by Ricardo Delgado and Dr. José Luis Sevillano.

Dr. Pablo Campra Madrid, PhD in Chemical Sciences and Bachelor in Biological Sciences, associate professor at the University of Almeria, Spain was the first to examine the COVID jabs for metallic materials. He did this at the request of La Quinta Columna.

Dr. Campra Madrid published a report in November 2021 entitled “Detection of Graphene in COVID19 vaccines by micro-raman spectroscopy.” (An English translation of his report can be found here).

He carried out a screening of nanoparticles visible with the optical microscopy in seven random samples of vials of COVID vaccines from four different manufacturers.

Using a technique called micro-RAMAN, Dr. Campra was able to determine the presence of graphene in the samples.

RAMAN infrared spectroscopy is a fast technique that allows us to detect the structure of a material without altering or destroying its properties. It is a modern technique named after its developer Sir C. V. Raman.

Coupled optical microscopy allows the excitation laser to be focused on specific objects and points located on objects, to reinforce the degree of confidence in identifying the nature of the material, and to obtain complementary information on thickness, defects, thermal conductivity and edge geometry of graphene nanocrystalline structures.

(“Detection of Graphene in COVID19 vaccines by micro-raman spectroscopy.”)

After screening, more than 110 objects were selected for their graphene-like appearance under optical microscopy. Of these, a group of 28 objects were selected due to the compatibility of both images and spectra with the presence of graphene derivatives, based on the correspondence of these signals with those obtained from standards and scientific literature.

The identification of graphene oxide structures can be regarded as conclusive in 8 out of 28 due to the high spectral correlation with the standard. In the remaining 20 objects, images coupled with Raman signals show a very high level of compatibility with undetermined graphene structures, despite the different methods used for detection. .

Here is one sample of the Pfizer vaccine (code: Pfizer 2 WBR UP GO2). The left side photo is the RAMAN signal which is very similar to the Graphene Oxide as above; the right photo shows the microscopic image of metallic aggregates (at a magnification of 100X).


(“Detection of Graphene in COVID19 vaccines by micro-raman spectroscopy.” )

As a conclusion of his report, which he has made freely available, Dr. Campra makes a call for ongoing studies, discussion, and replication of his work. He also asks other independent researchers, with no conflict of interest or coaction from any institution, to make wider counter-analysis of these products to achieve a more detailed knowledge of the composition and potential health risk of these experimental drugs.



Campra reminds readers that graphene materials are potentially toxic to human beings and the presence of graphene in the COVID-19 vaccines has not been declared in any of the emergency use authorizations.
Public Documentations of mRNA Vaccines

However, neither Pfizer nor Moderna’s public documentation claim their products contain graphene oxide or any other type of metallic components. Nevertheless, there are still potential incidences of quality issues during their mRNA’s manufacturing process, which have been reported from time to time since September 2021.

The issue of mRNA stability is a historically well-known issue in biological research. Unsurprisingly, the quality issues would frequently come up in the pharmaceutical industry, especially for an unstable component such as mRNA.

In the late summer of 2021, metallic contaminants were found in Moderna vaccine vials in Japan. As a result, Japanese authorities suspended the use of three Moderna batches consisting of 1.63 million doses.

Two men aged between 30 and 40 died within days of receiving the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine from the batches in question.

Also, a few weeks later, white floating matter was found in two unused vials of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine. Recently, Moderna had to recall 764,900 doses of its COVID-19 vaccine in Europe after contamination was found.
Proteins

Where do these fibrous proteins come from and how do they form insoluble fiber-like components?

It has been found that these clots are lacking key elements present in healthy human blood, such as iron, potassium, and magnesium, suggesting that they are formed from something other than blood.

The COVID vaccines, after inoculation, instruct the cells to produce large quantities of spike proteins. Normal biochemical and physiological processes are “hijacked” in order to make an abnormal amount of these spike proteins.

Spike proteins are able to form amyloid-like substances, unfold and form a different configuration, contributing to tight string-like bonded structures with longitudinal twisting as well as cross binding- such a process can be made visible through microscopy.



(“Amyloidogenesis of SARS-CoV-2 Spike Protein” in JACS)

Furthermore, the spike protein can cause blood clots by competitive binding to heparan sulfate; S1 (a part of the spike protein) can induce the production of fibrin resistant to fibrinolysis, leading to unopposed microclot formation.
Interaction Between Metallic Materials, Proteins and Human Body

Finally, there is an interaction between proteins, metals and the human body. It is estimated that approximately half of all our human cellular proteins can bind to metals (pdf).

A good example is the interaction between hemoglobin and iron (Fe). Hemoglobin is a protein found in red blood cells. The main function of hemoglobin is to carry oxygen throughout our body. It also transports some amount of carbon dioxide from different parts of the body to the lungs.

Hemoglobin is made up of four polypeptide subunits, two alpha (α) subunits and two beta (β) subunits. Each of the four subunits contains a heme molecule that contains an iron atom.

Bad examples of interactions between proteins and metals occur with the Tau protein (an abnormal misfolded protein found in Alzheimer’s disease) and metallic elements in the pathogenesis of Alzheimer’s disease.

It has been confirmed that close interactions of the three metal ions Fe2/3+, Cu2+, and Zn2+ with the human tau protein can cause structural changes.

Transmission electron microscopy studies of the tau aggregates formed in the presence of metal ions suggest that the presence of metal ions influences the aggregation process. Fluorescence studies of full-length htau40 in the presence of Cu2+ indicate the formation of reactive oxygen species, which may contribute further to oxidative stress and neuron death.

If the metallic material in the blood of COVID vaccine recipients were possibly proven to be graphene oxide, there are a number of researches which have reported the impact of graphene oxide on biological systems with or without a potential interaction with electromagnetic fields (EMF).

In 2018 a group of Spanish scientists reported that graphene oxide nanosheets disrupt lipid composition, Ca2+ homeostasis and synaptic transmission in primary cortical neurons (pdf).

One Korea study published in 2016 in the journal of Advanced Healthcare Materials, showed that the combination of reduced GO (RGO) and pulsed EMFs enhances the neurogenic and adipogenic differentiation of human alveolar bone marrow stem cells (hABMSCs), synergically increases extracellular matrix (ECM) formation, membrane proteins, and metabolism. The paper also indicates that magnetic-field-irradiated RGO can induce magnetic moments, which then induces electric currents when the magnetic fields change.

Why is graphene or GO so hotly contended? It has many attractive physical properties, such as high conductivity, good transparency and nonlinearity. Graphene is also a promising material to construct reconfigurable miniaturized resonant antennas.

In the 2018 International Japan-Africa Conference on Electronics, Communications and Computations (JAC-ECC), Egyptian scientists (Zainud-Deen, Malhat, and Ghazi) reported that graphene has been used in telecommunication infrastructures.

Their full paper is titled “High Gain Graphene-Based Magneto-Electric Antenna for 5G Communications.”

Even though the interaction between graphene in the body and EMFs is not yet precisely understood, we do know that our living environment is full of various EMF fields emitted by cell phone towers, mobile phones, TVs, radios, electrical appliances, and microwave emitters. Graphene is a metal with excellent conductivity.

These EMFs may have an impact on our health as well. For example, a study published in the Journal of Clinical and Translational Research in October 2021 explored the effects of EMFs on the clinical severity of COVID-19 infections. The authors propose “a substantial overlap in pathobiology” between COVID-19 and wireless communications radiation exposure, especially 5G. They present evidence that clinical progression of COVID-19 could be generated by wireless communication radiation (WCR) exposure.

Throughout the summer of 2021, hundreds of amateur videos circulated on social media of people with metallic objects sticking to their bodies at or close to injection sites, indicating they had developed electromagnetic properties following vaccination. These observations were however quickly dismissed by the mainstream media and scientific community as an adhesive property of natural skin oils. Nevertheless, researchers from the European Forum for Vaccine Vigilance did a study on the electromagnetism of vaccinated persons in Luxembourg which found that magnets indeed adhered to vaccinated people’s skin.

Additionally, the Spanish research institute, La Quinta Columna has presented evidence that some vaccinated people not only present with magnetism but also that graphene toxicity can present with symptoms similar to COVID-19 illness.

A detailed analysis of the COVID-19 vaccines has also revealed the presence of nano routers, tubules, and circuits that may explain why some of those vaccinated emit bluetooth MAC addresses.

Spanish and French researchers have documented MAC addresses coming from the vaccinated but not the unvaccinated. Unfortunately, much of this research is being heavily censored and labeled as false by fact-checkers.

The interaction of graphene inside the human body with EMFs should be thoroughly investigated and the potential harm to human health should be diligently elucidated.

As we have witnessed an extraordinarily wide range of adverse reactions after COVID jabs, perhaps these metals and jelly-like strings in the blood are perhaps key reasons for sudden death, cardiac attack, fatigue, brain fog, or neuropsychological syndrome after vaccination.

Other adverse consequences that have been reported include: autoimmune diseases, weakened immune systems, inflammatory conditions, organ damage, high blood pressure, heart attacks, myocarditis, neurodegenerative diseases, cancer, and shortened life expectancy.

Such a diverse pattern of diseases may conceal the causative role of these abnormal blood forgein bodies and fibrous clots associated with COVID-19 vaccinations may play in these diseases.

A Global Collaboration Is Called to Further Investigation

As doctors who have been observing this pandemic and the vaccination agenda since the beginning, we have to express our deep concern in relation to these unprecedented findings.

All the scientists who have conducted their own research on this matter have expressed a warning and alerted the global medical community about the seriousness of this matter.

Nobody has ever witnessed such types of abnormal metals in addition to the unusual fibrotic string-like clots in humans.

The first recommendation would be to halt all COVID-19 vaccination programs immediately.

There should be an immediate cessation of and abandonment of any COVID-19 “Vaccine Pass Policy” and any other form of mandate for COVID-19 vaccinations.

People will likely ask what they should do if they have already been vaccinated, and how to determine if they have these components in their blood.

To answer this question, a collaborative worldwide evaluation of COVID-19 vaccine contents, and blood plasma samples of individuals vaccinated with the COVID-19 shots should be undertaken immediately with all due diligence.

Emergency collaborative studies of detoxification protocols for COVID-19 vaccine sequelas should be undertaken.

How Should Vaccinated People Get Rid of These Foreign Metallic Bodies and Spike Protein? There Is Still Hope

First of all, we recommend that all people, particularly those suffering from vaccine related sequela, reduce their exposure to wireless communication radiation and other electromagnetic fields as much as possible.

The most common methods used to reduce the abnormal amount of spike proteins inside our bodies are autophagy-promoting techniques including intermittent fasting, N-acetylcysteine (NAC), natural food ingredients, or meditation.

Detoxing the metallic components inside our bodies might be a bit more difficult as metal does not easily dissolve in our bodies.What kind of methods could be considered to remove those metallic elements from our body?

Supplements: Glutathione, NAC, Vitamins

Glutathione seems to be helpful in removing graphene oxide.

Glutathione is a substance made from the amino acids glycine, cysteine, and glutamic acid. It is produced naturally by the liver and involved in many processes in the body, including tissue building and repair, making chemicals and proteins needed in the body, and for immune system function. We have a natural glutathione reserve in our bodies. This is what gives us a strong immune system.

When glutathione levels are high in the body, we have no problems and our immune system functions well. But when the amount of graphene oxide in the body exceeds the amount of glutathione, it causes the collapse of the immune system and triggers a cytokine storm.

Therefore, graphene oxide might negatively impact the level of glutathione in the body and trigger disease.

N-acetylcysteine (“NAC”) is a supplement that is a known precursor to glutathione and helps the body to make glutathione endogenously, for example when you perform strenuous sports. NAC comes from the amino acid L-cysteine and is used by the body to build antioxidants. Antioxidants are vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients that protect and repair cells from damage. You can get NAC as a supplement or as a prescription drug.

Zinc in combination with NAC are essential antioxidants used to degrade graphene oxide.

Other supplements that can be taken to assist with the removal of graphene oxide are:Astaxanthin
Melatonin
Milk Thistle
Quercetin
Vitamin C
Vitamin D3

Binders, such as activated charcoal and bentonite clay, among others, are also potentially useful to remove metals and other toxins from the body.

Food and Diet

There are a few foods which can help people excrete metallic elements from our body. Here is one example:

Coriander (Coriandrum sativum L.), a herbal plant belonging to the family Apiaceae, is valued for its culinary and medicinal uses. Due to the presence of a multitude of bioactive components, a wide array of pharmacological activities have been ascribed to this herb, which include antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, neuro-protective properties. Interestingly, coriander also has potential to detoxify lead.

Mind-body Meditative Practice

Many mind-body exercises are related to the body’s energy field so that they have a special effect in managing these metallic related toxicities.

Here we would like to introduce one type of medication practice that we are most familiar with.

Falun Gong, also known as Falun Dafa, is an ancient Chinese spiritual meditation discipline for overall improvement of body, mind, and spirit. The teachings of Falun Gong, contained in the book Zhuan Falun, emphasize the universal principles of “Truthfulness-Compassion- Forbearance”, or “Zhen-Shan-Ren” in Chinese.

Since its first introduction to the public in 1992, Falun Gong has become popular due to its extraordinary healing effects on people’s physical and mental health. Due to its beneficial health effects, by 1999 there were about 100 million people practicing Falun Gong in mainland China. Now, it is practiced in over 100 countries worldwide.

According to a China government sponsored health survey conducted in 1998 in mainland China, out of 12,731 participants, 93.4 percent had ill conditions, and 49.8 percent had suffered from at least three type of diseases, including hypertension, hyperlipidemia, lung diseases, immune disorders or other difficult to treat, before they began practicing Falun Dafa. Through learning and practicing Falun Dafa, practitioners’ health conditions improved to various degrees. The total effective rate reached 99.1 percent, among which the complete recovery rate was 58.5 percent.

A study presented at the American Society of Clinical Oncology’s (ASCO) annual meeting in 2016 showed the significant benefits of practicing Falun Gong on end stage cancer, including significantly prolonged survival, improved symptoms and quality of life.

In en.minghui.org, the main website for experience sharing of Falun Dafa practitioners, we often read surprising, but real stories that after the surgical operation, metal plates inside people’s bodies of Falun Gong practitioners have been reported to surprisingly disappear.

Here are only a few examples out of many as reported by Falun Gong practitioners:

“My leg was broken when I was hit by a car. … The bone was splintered so the doctor attached a steel plate to hold the bone together. … I asked the doctor to remove the plate. The doctor said it would be very difficult and risky because the surgery could result in infection in the bone and make the situation much worse. … Five years later, I accidentally found that the steel plate in my leg was gone. It disappeared.

“My husband went to deliver some Falun Dafa materials one day, but was hit by a speeding motorcycle. He let the driver go even though his head was bleeding, and one of his elbows was fractured. The doctors implanted a 5-inch long steel plate and nine nails inside his arm. About two years later, he was surprised that it seemed like the plate was gone. So he went to the hospital, where the x-ray confirmed that the steel plate had indeed disappeared.”

”This elderly lady was fraught with many illnesses since she was young and depended on medicine daily. Though her family couldn’t afford to buy enough food, they still tried their best to pay for her medicine.

“During the 20 years of being ill, there were many times she couldn’t get out of bed. …

“But, one day, she started practicing Falun Dafa. After she watched a video recording of Master Li Hongzhi’s lectures on the Fa, she experienced a remarkable physical transformation. She became as energetic as a young person.

“In May 2008, while she was helping her husband take a bath, he fell down and knocked her down too. Her children took her to the hospital and she was diagnosed with a fractured hip bone. She had surgery and they put in a steel plate. Doctors said that she was too old to endure another surgery to remove the steel plate. …

“She fell again while cooking for her husband during the 2014 Chinese New Year. …

“The doctors said that her bones were all right and only her muscles were hurt slightly. Her son asked them to take an X-ray to be sure.

“The result showed that the nails and steel plate in her leg had disappeared. Her children and grandchildren were astonished. “

You may ask, why? It is suggested that when people practice Falun Gong (pdf), there is a powerful positive energy field that can act to ward off illnesses and maintain fitness.

The human body is also composed of energy fields. When people are meditating or practicing Falun Dafa, high energy matter may be absorbed into our own bodies’ energetic fields and our body substance in this dimension may also change. Those bad substances (metals or toxins) not compatible with high energy fields will be transformed or disappear.

We have many friends who are Falun Dafa practitioners, most of whom are fine despite being vaccinated. Even though we do not have statistical numbers, the bodies of Falun Dafa practitioners have much better self-recovery abilities and seem to be more resistant to vaccine-induced side effects.

The human body is a small universe and there are layers upon layers of molecules, atoms and subatomic structures within it. There is still a lot for us to learn and explore the deeper truth of life in the future. Yet however, modern science can only take us so far, and we believe that it is the hallmark of true scientists to recognize the limitations of science itself and of ourselves. We are human, and playing god is not what we are here to do.

The pandemic has caused a lot of tragedy in the human world, but if we take this chance to open our eyes and discard old views, negative situations can be turned into positive opportunities. Every cloud has a silver lining.

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