They Can No Longer Call This a Pandemic of the Unvaccinated; Rather, It Is a Plandemic

HNewsWire: George Della Pietra, a naturopathic doctor in Switzerland, thinks individuals everywhere should be given the option to decide for themselves whether or not to obtain the COVID-19 vaccination.

He thinks the same should go for those who get "vaccinated" blood transfusions. Safe Blood Donation was established in 2021 as a non-profit to connect unvaccinated blood recipients with donors across 65 nations. "The issue is right now we have no alternative," stated Safe Blood Donation founder Della Pietra.

This COVID hysteria was clearly out of hand from the start, as Della Pietra pointed out. Not nearly as deadly as they make it seem. As a naturopath, I am at a loss to explain this so-called epidemic. There's room for so many interpretations."

According to Della Pietra, the pharmaceutical industry is understating the dangers of mRNA injections. He noted that the rising incidence of side effects casts doubt on their reliability.

From January to August, the proportion of COVID-19 fatalities attributable to those who had been vaccinated or given an injection rose from 41% to 58.6% (6,512).

"We can no longer claim this is a pandemic of the unvaccinated," Cynthia Cox, vice president of the Kaiser Family Foundation, told The Washington Post on November 23.

Since COVID-19 mRNA vaccinations were first made available in 2021, when the virus was at its peak, about 70% of the world's 8 billion individuals had gotten at least one shot.

There are three different major mRNA COVID-19 vaccines, and they all include fragments of the COVID-19 "spike protein," which attach to cells and provoke an immune response.

These spike proteins, in Della Pietra's opinion, cause "typical symptoms," such as blood clots, which "horrified" him. In a phone conversation with The Epoch Times, Della Pietra said, "I've never seen anything similar—and I'm not just talking about spike proteins."

It's unfathomable since this has never been an issue before. Only two years had passed. They're trying to maintain the narrative [that mRNA vaccines are safe] for political reasons.

On January 11, 2022, a guy donates blood at the Vitalant facility in San Francisco while checking his phone. Safe Blood Donation notes that there is a purification procedure for donated blood and plasma before to transfusion, but that this is not sufficient to eliminate all mRNA components.

Graphene oxide and other undeclared inorganic vaccine components have been detected in human blood. Seeing them makes me feel helpless; I don't know how we can ever get rid of them again," Della Pietra added.

After seeing the deviations in the blood of vaccinated individuals, he concluded, "OK, we have a problem." The vaccination is being administered "more or less via the back door."

At this point, "you can't get away from it."

Roughly 16 million units of blood are given every year in the United States. BloodBook.com reports that each year there is a rising number of "autologous" (self-donated) units, now at over 643,000.

According to Della Pietra, Safe Blood Donation in Switzerland is the only service of its type that does not need donors to be vaccinated.

So yet, not even we at Safe Blood Donation have access to mRNA-free blood, the website reads.

"And while we've asked hundreds of clinics, at least in Europe, all of them still refuse to allow the human right of free blood choice with them, or at least don't want to be identified because otherwise they fear reprisals," the author continues.

On March 19, 2020 in Los Angeles, a bloodmobile will be used to host a blood drive, where a nurse will be on hand to assist with the collection and distribution of donated blood from workers.

Safe Blood Donation's primary objective, according to Della Pietra, is not to establish an mRNA-free blood bank. Instead, it is to "bring together in a clinic (medical partner) that permits the option of blood donor" both unvaccinated blood donors and unvaccinated receivers.

It has been reported that blood banks and biotech businesses would pay up to $1,000 a month for donations, according to the medical website Seed Scientific.

Despite Della Pietra's assertion that there are no unvaccinated blood banks, he anticipates a growing need for such a product.

So, this is why I choose to participate in [SafeBlood Donation]. Whether for planned surgery or an unexpected medical emergency, he added, "I wanted to build a network for unvaccinated persons seeking for a blood donor."

Nearly a month ago, Safe Blood Donation started operations in the United States, establishing a foundation of medical collaborators. In the present medical system, however, centralized blood banks like the Red Cross do not separate their blood donations depending on whether or not the donor was vaccinated.

The American Red Cross informed The Epoch Times via email, "We do not support specified donations for routine blood requirements since doing so may take much more time and resources than acquiring a blood product via our usual procedure."

When it comes to highly uncommon blood types, when finding a matched donor is next to impossible, there are a few special cases. Less than one thousand persons in the world have an uncommon blood type.

The Red Cross is dedicated to continue to deliver life-saving blood products for patients throughout the nation, and they follow all donor and product regulations as defined by the FDA to do so safely.

According to the NIH library, "among research locations, the average hospital cost per unit transfused was $155 and the average fee per patient was $219." In spite of this, the Red Cross, which accounts for 40% of the nation's blood donations, has said that "no studies" show bad consequences from infusions of blood products obtained from vaccinated donors.

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Sources:  ZeroHedge  HNewsWire  HNewsWire

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