COVID19 – the spike protein and blood clotting

3rd June 2021

When COVID19 came along I was in the midst of writing my latest book on heart disease. What causes it – and what does not.

One section I was working on covers the wide range of conditions known as the vasculitis(es). I could immediately see a whole series of connections between COVID19, spike proteins, the immune system and blood clots. Some of which are deeply concerning, for reasons that should become apparent.

Before getting started, you can see an immediate problem here is there does not seem to be a plural form of vasculitis. A bit like octopus. You can have one octopus, but what happens then… two octupuses… or is it two octopi? Wars have been fought over less.

Anyway, a vasculitis is a condition whereby a factor, of some sort, causes damage to the vascular system. The vascular system being, essentially, the blood vessels and the heart. The suffix itis simplymeans inflammation. As in appendicitis, or tonsillitis. Or, in this case vasculitis.

There are many different vasculitis(es) or vasculiti? They range from Kawasaki’s disease to antiphospholipid syndrome, rheumatoid arthritis, scleroderma, Sjogren’s disease and suchlike. They are many, and varied, and quite fascinating. At least they are, to me.

In all of them you have two things in common… that are most relevant to this discussion. First, with any form of vasculitis, the body decides to attack the lining of the blood vessels – causing inflammation and damage. Second, the rate of death from cardiovascular disease goes up dramatically. In some cases, a fifty-fold increase. This was seen in young women with Systemic Lupus Erythematosus (SLE) with additional antiphospholipid syndrome1.

Why does the body decide to attack itself? This is a good question that I cannot really answer. If I could, I would be claiming my Nobel prize, right now. However, I can say that, for various reasons, the immune system makes the decision that it doesn’t like something about the lining of the blood vessels and believes it to have become ‘alien’ in some way. It then proceeds to attack. Which does not answer the question as to exactly why the attack happens? But it does tell you a bit about what happens.

Another major problem with vasculitis is that blood clots spring to life throughout the vascular system. This is because the blood is always ready to clot, at any time, and if you take away some of vital the anti-clotting mechanisms, the balance will be tilted firmly towards coagulation.

One of the most powerful anti-clotting mechanisms/systems is the protective layer that lines your entire vascular system, known as the glycocalyx. This is made up of glycoproteins (glucose and proteins stuck together). Under an electron microscope the glycocalyx looks like a tiny forest, or a badly mown lawn.

Many fish are covered with glycocalyx, which makes them very slippery, and difficult to get hold of. The glycocalyx also stops bacteria and viruses from gaining entry, in both fish and humans.

In your blood vessels, the glycocalyx protrudes out from endothelial cells, the cells that line all your blood vessels, and into the bloodstream. The layer of glycocalyx contains many, many, anticoagulant factors. Below is a short list of all the things the glycocalyx does:

The glycocalyx:

  • Forms the interface between the vessel wall and moving blood.
  • Acts as the exclusion zone between blood cells and the endothelium.
  • Acts as a barrier against leakage of fluid, proteins and lipids across the vascular wall.
  • Interacts dynamically with blood constituents.
  • Acts as the “molecular sieve” for plasma proteins.
  • Modulates adhesion of inflammatory cells and platelets to the endothelial surface.
  • Functions as a sensor and mechano-transducer of the fluid shear forces to which the endothelium is exposed; thus, the glycocalyx mediates shear-stress-dependent nitric oxide production.
  • Retains protective enzymes (e.g., superoxide dismutase).
  • Retains anticoagulation factors, e.g.: Tissue factor inhibitor, Protein C, Nitric Oxide (NO), Antithrombin.

Complicated stuff – that hardly anyone has ever heard of.

Anyway, if you damage the glycocalyx, or damage the underlying endothelial cells that synthesizes the glycocalyx layer, you will tip the balance very strongly towards the creation of blood clots. These can then then stick to the artery, or vein, wall. Sometimes they will fully block a blood vessel, leading to such things as a stroke or heart attack.

The interaction between vasculitis and thrombosis has been a relatively unexplored area of medicine. But it remains critically important in many diseases:

‘The relationship between inflammation and thrombosis is not a recent concept, but it has been largely investigated only in recent years. Nowadays inflammation-induced thrombosis is considered to be a feature of systemic autoimmune diseases such as Systemic Lupus Erythematosus (SLE), Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA), or Sjogren’s Syndrome (SS)2.

In super-short version. If you damage the lining of blood vessel walls, blood clots are far more likely to form. Very often, the damage is caused by the immune system going on the attack, damaging blood vessel walls, and removing several of the anti-clotting mechanisms.


Moving sideways for a moment. There are other things that can damage the blood vessel wall, leading to widespread blood clot formation. One of them is the condition known as sepsis. Which used to be called blood poisoning.

In sepsis, bacteria gain entry to the bloodstream through such things as a cut, an insect bite, a severe urine infection, and suchlike. When bacteria get into the blood, and start multiplying, they release exotoxins. Which are, effectively, the waste products of the bacteria.

These exotoxins then attack blood vessel walls, damaging the glycocalyx and endothelial cells. This drives the formation of blood clots throughout the body. The medical term for this is disseminated intravascular coagulation (DIC) = widespread blood clots in the vascular system.

The attacks not only cause clots, they can also cause the smaller blood vessels to weaken and burst. Which is why one sign of an infection with the meningococcal bacteria (the one that causes meningitis), is a rash. The rash is made up of dark, almost black, bruises. Once these start to appear, things are very bad. Potentially fatal, it means blood vessels are under severe attack and are breaking apart. Creating both bleeding and clots.

In truth, the ‘rash’ in meningitis is not really a rash at all. It is a sign of underlying, severe, vasculitis. The individual small bruises can also be called petechiae. Just to be scientific.

Another sign of widespread blood vessel damage, with the formation of multiple blood clots, is that the level of platelets in the bloodstream falls dramatically. For those who have never heard of such things, platelets are small cells that float about in the bloodstream. Their primary role is to co-ordinate the blood clotting system. If a red blood cell was the size of the Earth, a platelet would be about this size of the Moon.

If there is damage to blood vessels, platelets fling themselves at the area, and stick together to form a solid plug. They also release chemicals and enzymes that cause fibrin to be formed. Fibrin is the long sticky strand of protein that binds clots tightly together. Platelets also drag in red blood cells, and suchlike to make bigger and tougher clots. They have been called the conductors of the clotting orchestra.

In the process of doing all of these things, the number of platelets starts to fall. This is not surprising, as they are being used up to make blood clots/thrombi. Which means that one sign of widespread clot formation is a fall in the level of platelets (thrombocytopenia). This reliable sign of widespread coagulation, or disseminated intravascular coagulation (DIC).

Time for a quick re-cap.

What do we know?

What we now know, on the journey towards COVID19, are three important things.

  • If you damage the endothelial cells/glycocalyx, blood clots will form and stick to the side of blood vessels.
  • Damage is often caused by immune system attack.
  • Falling platelet levels are a sign of widespread blood clotting.


What do we know about COVID19? First, it can only enter cells that have a receptor known as the angiotensin II receptor (ACE2 receptor). Cells with these receptors are mainly found in the lining of the lungs, and endothelial cells that line all blood vessels. Also, the epithelial /endothelial cells than line the intestines. If a cell does not have an ACE2 receptor, COVID19 simply cannot gain entry.

This was known years ago, when SARS-CoV was identified, the precursor of SARS-Cov2. Here from a paper in 2004:

‘The most remarkable finding was the surface expression of ACE2 protein on lung alveolar epithelial cells and enterocytes of the small intestine. Furthermore, ACE2 was present in arterial and venous endothelial cells and arterial smooth muscle cells in all organs studied. In conclusion, ACE2 is abundantly present in humans in the epithelia of the lung and small intestine, which might provide possible routes of entry for the SARS-CoV. This epithelial expression, together with the presence of ACE2 in vascular endothelium, also provides a first step in understanding the pathogenesis of the main SARS disease manifestations3.’

So, SARS-CoV gets into the body through the lungs and bowels. These are the places where the virus can gain access because it is where ACE2 receptors can mainly be found. Of course, SARS-Cov2 gets into the body in exactly the same way.

What happens once SARS-Cov2 gets into cells? Well, it does what all viruses do. It takes over various cellular mechanisms and forces the cell to produce more SARS-CoV2 viruses. This then kills, or severely damages those cells. This mainly occurs when ‘virions’ start to escape from within the cell. This damages the cell membrane, and in some cases can cause the cell to burst apart.

Essentially, SARS-Cov2 starts by damaging endothelial cells in the lungs, because it usually arrives here first. Fluid is released, and there is the breakdown of small blood vessels in the lungs, and the small airways. In this situation, the lungs begin to fail, and oxygen levels in the blood can fall dramatically.

Infection can also cause diarrhoea, as the epithelial cells in the intestines are damaged. To quote from ‘the COVID19 symptoms’ study:

‘We think COVID-19 causes diarrhoea because the virus can invade cells in the gut and disrupt its normal function 4.’

As far as I know, no-one has died of COVID19 diarrhoea. However, COVID19 can create such severe lung damage that people have died from respiratory failure or lung damage… call this form of disruption what you will. However, many/most people survive this phase.

It is what happens next that that kills the majority of people who become severely infected.

What happens next is that SARS-Cov2 gets into the bloodstream. It then invades endothelial cells, also pericytes and myocytes in the heart.  Both of which have a high level of ACE2 receptors. Both of which are kind of vital for heart function 5,6.


What we now have is a major widespread vasculitis on our hands, with severe endothelial cell damage and disruption and damage to the glycocalyx. Blood clots, blood clots, blood clots, everywhere.

‘Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) causes a spectrum of disease; some patients develop a severe proinflammatory state which can be associated with a unique coagulopathy and procoagulant endothelial phenotype. Initially, COVID-19 infection produces a prominent elevation of fibrinogen and D-dimer/fibrin(ogen) degradation products. This is associated with systemic hypercoagulability and frequent venous thromboembolic events. The degree of D-dimer elevation positively correlates with mortality in COVID-19 patients. COVID-19 also leads to arterial thrombotic events (including strokes and ischemic limbs) as well as microvascular thrombotic disorders (as frequently documented at autopsy in the pulmonary vascular beds). COVID-19 patients often have mild thrombocytopenia* and appear to have increased platelet consumption, together with a corresponding increase in platelet production.7

*a low level of platelets

The spike protein

Then, of course, we have the spike protein to consider. If this is the thing that the immune system recognises and attacks – which it almost certainly is – then cells which are growing SARS-Cov2 inside them, which then express the spike protein on their surface as the virions escape, will be identified as ‘the enemy’.

At which point, the immune system will start to attack the endothelium (and glycocalyx) in an attempt to wipe out the virus. This will tend to happen two or three weeks after the initial infection (sometimes sooner). This is after the immune system has had a real chance to identify the spike protein, then properly wind itself up to produce antibodies against it. This is the time of maximum attack on the endothelium.

This moment is often referred to as a cytokine storm. A point where every system in the immune system gets revved up and charges into action. At one point I wasn’t sure if I really believed in the cytokine storm. But I do now think it is a real thing. It is almost certainly why steroids (which very powerfully reduce the immune response) have been found to reduce mortality in severely ill patients.

All of which means it may well be the body’s own infectious disease defence system that creates much of the damage to the cardiovascular system. Not necessarily the virus itself.

Alternatively, it may be that the spike protein itself creates most of the blood clots. Here from the paper ‘SARS-CoV-2 spike S1 subunit induces hypercoagulability.’

‘When whole blood was exposed to spike protein even at low concentrations, the erythrocytes (red blood cells) showed agglutination, hyperactivated platelets were seen, with membrane spreading and the formation of platelet-derived microparticles8.’

Translation. Introduce SARS-CoV2 spike proteins into bloodstream, and it makes it clot – fast. Which is a worry.


It is a worry because the entire purpose of vaccination against SARS-Cov2 is to force cells to manufacture the spike protein(s) and then send them out into the bloodstream.

So, quick recap again, what do we know?

We know that a very high percentage of the people who die following a COVID19 infection, die as result of blood clots. We also know that they can also suffer severe myocarditis (inflammation of the heart muscle), and suchlike.

We know that the spike protein can stimulate blood clots all by itself.

We know that the immune system attack on ‘alien’ proteins, such as the spike protein, can cause vasculitis.

We know that vaccines are designed to drive the rapid production of spike proteins that will enter the blood stream specifically to encounter immune cells, in order to create a powerful response that will lead to ‘immunity’ against future SARS-CoV2 infection.

We know that a number of people have died from blood clots following vaccination. To quote from the European Medicines Agency website report on the AZ COVID19 vaccine:

‘The PRAC (pharmacovigilance risk assessment committee) noted that the blood clots occurred in veins in the brain (cerebral venous sinus thrombosis, CVST) and the abdomen (splanchnic vein thrombosis) and in arteries, together with low levels of blood platelets and sometimes bleeding 9.’

This was all pretty much predictable, if you understood what was going with SARS-CoV – nearly seventeen years ago.

My concern at this point is that, yes, we have identified very rare manifestations of blood clotting: cerebral venous sinus thrombosis (CVST) and splanchnic (relating to the internal organs or viscera) vein thrombosis (SVT). These are so rare that it is unlikely that anything else – other than a novel vaccine – could have caused them. I have never seen a case and I had never even heard of them before COVID19 came along. And I have spent years studying the blood coagulation system, and vasculitis, and suchlike.

So, if someone is vaccinated, then has a cerebral venous sinus thrombosis, or a splanchnic vein thrombosis, this is almost certainly going to be noted and recorded – and associated with the vaccination. Fine.

However, if there is an increase in vanishingly rare blood clots, could there also be an increase in other, far more common blood clots at the same time. If this was the case, then it would be far more difficult to spot this happening.

Millions and millions of people suffer strokes and heart attacks every year. Millions more suffer deep vein thrombosis and pulmonary emboli. In fact, around the world, tens of millions die each and every year as a result of a blood clots forming somewhere in the body.

That is a hell of a lot of background blood clotting noise. Which means that it could be extremely difficult to disentangle cause and effect, especially if you are not looking. If an elderly person is vaccinated, then dies of a stroke a couple of weeks later. What caused the blood clot that led to the stroke? It is unlikely that any doctor would record this as a post-vaccine adverse event.

To give you one example of the difficulty of disentangling cause and effect, when you are looking at very common events, a few years ago Merck launched a drug called Vioxx (an anti-inflammatory like ibuprofen, or naproxen but not exactly the same class of drug).  It didn’t go well. Here from the article ‘Merck Manipulated the Science about the Drug Vioxx.’

‘To increase the likelihood of FDA (Food and Drug Administration) approval for its anti-inflammatory and arthritis drug Vioxx, the pharmaceutical giant Merck used flawed methodologies biased toward predetermined results to exaggerate the drug’s positive effects. Internal documents made public in litigation revealed that a Merck marketing team had developed a strategy called ADVANTAGE (Assessment of Differences between Vioxx And Naproxen To Ascertain Gastrointestinal tolerability and Effectiveness) to skew the results of clinical trials in the drug’s favor.

As part of the strategy, scientists manipulated the trial design by comparing the drug to naproxen, a pain reliever sold under brand names such as Aleve, rather than to a placebo.’

The scientists highlighted the results that naproxen decreased the risk of heart attack by 80 percent, and downplayed results showing that Vioxx increased the risk of heart attack by 400 percent. This misleading presentation of the evidence made it look like naproxen was protecting patients from heart attacks, and that Vioxx only looked risky by comparison. In fact, Vioxx has since been found to significantly increase cardiovascular risk, leading Merck to withdraw the product from the market in 2004.

Tragically, Merck’s manipulation of its data—and the FDA’s resulting approval of Vioxx in 1999—led to thousands of avoidable premature deaths and 100,000 heart attacks.’

Yes, not exactly their finest hour. However, the point that I want to highlight from this sorry tale is that it is estimated that Vioxx caused 100,000 additional heart attacks, in the US alone, and nobody noticed. This figure was only worked out when researchers analysed the figures on increased risk, that had been seen in the clinical trials – at least the figures that were finally seen when Merck were forced to release the data.

You may think. How could one hundred thousand heart attacks simply be missed? Well, there are very nearly one million physicians in the US. If the heart attacks caused by Vioxx were evenly distributed, only one in five physicians would have seen anyone suffer because of taking Vioxx. In those physicians that did see one, or two, would they have made the connection? No, they would not. Not in a million years. There would not even be a record of any possible connection made.

Elderly person has a stroke, or heart attack. Elderly person took Vioxx. And…?

All of which means I am not gigantically concerned about CVST and SVT. Blood clots in these veins are rare, and remain rare, even after vaccination – and will never be missed, particularly when they happen in younger people. Because when younger people die, great efforts are made to establish the cause of death.

However, I can see no reason why these specific blood vessels would be targeted by blood clots. Perhaps there is some reason why clots only occur in the central venous sinus vein, or splanchnic vein following vaccination. If so, I have been unable to find out. I am more than willing to be educated on this.

Time to move on to the other worrying observation, that can be found within the report by the pharmacovigilance risk assessment committee (PRAC) – as mentioned above:

‘The PRAC noted that the blood clots occurred in veins in the brain (cerebral venous sinus thrombosis, CVST) and the abdomen (splanchnic vein thrombosis) and in arteries, together with low levels of blood platelets and sometimes bleeding.

One blood clot, in one relatively small vein, is not going to cause a low platelet level. Nor will it cause bleeding – a sign of very low platelet levels. Which means that those unfortunate people who developed CVST and SVT almost certainly had widespread problems with other clots as well. Then, for reasons unknown, they triggered these forms of, vanishingly rare blood clot. The ones that killed them. The ones that were recognised – because they are so rare.

I shall finish here. You can join the dots yourself. Or not.











740 thoughts on “COVID19 – the spike protein and blood clotting

  1. Jeanie

    Wow Dr K scary stuff and dare I say enjoyable reading mainly because as a layman I could understand it.Im not great with science but I do enjoy the way you present it then break it down so its easily understood so thank you as always.

  2. amanda jennings

    Good morning – I have lupus and hashis thyroid and addisons should i have the jab not sure what u are saying re lupus here

    1. B579

      Consider this. As you probably know, lupus features antibodies against RNA and DNA. It was also on early lists contraindicated for the jab, i.e. a major risk factor. Makes sense given lupus patients are already at risk for vascular damage.

      A 30 year old black American actress, Ashley Taylor Gerren, had lupus and passed in her sleep. Her friends on social media were upset saying they warned her about not getting the jab. There were no official reports confirming she had been vaccinated. Sad and frustrating there’s so little transparency.

    2. Suzyv

      I would do some more detailed research and make an informed decision. For example also listen to the most recent videos by Prof Bhakdi on Bitchute and indeed someone has posted one of his videos in the comments below. He explains how the vaccines work and the risks in a way that is very easy to understand. Once you have done your research, if you have understood it correctly, then you won’t be going near any of these vaccines.

    3. Dr.J.G.

      Not one person with an autoimmune disorder should take this vaccine. Some scientists and doctors would argue that your existing autoimmune conditions are from your past vaccine schedule/history. Look up pathogenic priming and read for yourself. A good source on that is Dr James Lyons-Weiler. Find a doctor that will Rx Ivermectin for you when you are sure that your are infected with SARS COV2.

    4. David Bailey


      If Dr K were to answer a direct medical question such as yours, ‘they’ would seize on the opportunity to expel him from the medical profession – he clearly walks a very fine tightrope!

      Therefore don’t deduce anything from the fact that he hasn’t replied directly to your query.

    5. Binra (@onemindinmany)

      You need to ask a real question to receive an answer in like kind.
      Do you find any willingness to step outside your current self-defined lack of capacity to know your own decision? Or is everything and everyone else telling you who you must be and do?

  3. smartersig

    I thought the Covid vaccine makers were promising that the vaccine and spike stayed in the muscle area of the injection site and given that we now seem to know that the spike plays a part in the virus mayhem, any travel into the blood stream would be a major concern. You seem to suggest that the production of the spike via the vaccine is intended to enter the blood stream, could you put me right on this… thanks

      1. anglosvizzera

        There’s a lot about this going around at the moment on social media, mainly from a Canadian Professor of Viral Immunology called Byram Bridle. He cites new research from Japan obtained by a Freedom of Information Request regarding biodistribution studies which show that, unlike previously assumed, the “vaccine” ingredients don’t stay in the deltoid muscle and proteins have been found in divers places including breastmilk, the brain (in animals) and so on.

        However, someone has set up a new website using his name as the URL to try and discredit what he’s claiming – so beware, when you’re searching for him!

        There’s a short interview here with him – you can hear the alarm in his voice!

        And another article –

        1. David

          A standard refrain used to downplay fears of blood clots caused by COVID vaccines is to state “the benefits outweigh the risks”.
          Benefits to who?
          Risks to who?

          In the field of Risk Management the risk of getting caught and sued for a known defective product is weighed against the cost of any settlements (in or out of Court) vs corporate earnings. Below a certain threshold, any risk (to corporate and shareholder earnings) is considered acceptable. Put another way, it is acceptable to maim and even kill people and if it doesn’t significantly impact earnings.
          Did anyone ask those who are put at risk if they are willing to be sacrificed in the name of corporate and shareholder earning? No. Because they (we) don’t matter.
          How about risks from side effects from medical treatments and pharmaceuticals? When a doctor says “the benefits outweigh the risks” does he or she have a signed declaration from all those who could be potentially affected that all risks have been fully and completely disclosed and that the patient understands and accepts the risks? If not, then where did the medical professional get the licence to weigh benefits vs risks on behalf of others? What happened to the Oath of Hippocrates to “First do no harm?” Has it become the Oath of Hipocrisy?

          Here is another strategy used to downplay risks and portray those such as Dr.Kendrick as a ‘conspiracy theorist.

          Eminence based medical professional: “We’ve come up with a medical procedure that has a 100% cure rate for headaches. The best part? There are zero side effects”,
          Me: “What is it?”
          Eminence based medical professional: “Decapitation!”
          Me: “But doesn’t that have side effects?”
          EBMP: “How dare you suggest that! Not one person who has had the procedure has ever complained. If there are no complaints, there are no side effects, period!”
          Me: “But what about death?”
          EBMP: “Death is a coincidence. You are a conspiracy theorist!”

          1. Dr.J.G.

            As a college instructor that lectures on immunity at a major state university, I give you an A+ for the day. Your reply is nothing short of excellence.

        2. Fast Eddy

          Let me ‘re-credit’ him:


          Dr. Bridle is a viral immunologist who is passionate about improving life through two avenues of research. One arm of his research program is dedicated to designing and optimizing novel biotherapies for the treatment of cancers. The goal of his research team is to harness the natural power of a patient’s immune system to eliminate their own cancer cells. This represents the ultimate personalized therapy and holds the potential to treat cancers more effectively, safely, and at lower cost than current options. The second arm of his research program focuses on studying host responses to viruses and other inflammatory stimuli. This has implications for the treatment of infectious diseases and inflammation-mediated disorders. These two programs have been unified in a unique way. The Bridle lab is harnessing their expertise in making potent cancer vaccines and combining this with their interest in anti-viral immunity to develop vaccines to protect against infectious diseases such as those caused by highly pathogenic coronaviruses. Mentoring the next generation of Canadian scientists is a responsibility that Dr. Bridle takes very seriously. He also counts it a privilege to teach students in the Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, graduate and undergraduate programs at the University of Guelph.

          Research Interests

          The research program in the Bridle lab has two arms. One is to develop novel, highly targeted biotherapies for the treatment of cancers. In an effort to kill malignant cells with minimal bystander damage to normal tissues, two approaches are combined: (a) cancer immunotherapy that directs the power of a patient’s immune system against their own tumour(s) and, (b) oncolytic virotherapy, which utilizes viruses that replicate in and kill only cancerous cells. The exquisite specificity, systemic targeting capability and short treatment windows of these therapies hold promise that cancer patients might be effectively treated with reduced side-effects and at minimal cost. The goal is to translate the most promising iterations of these therapies into clinical trials in companion animals as a stepping stone towards testing in human patients. A second emphasis of the lab is the study of host responses to viruses. An area of focus is developing a better understanding of the mechanisms underlying virus-induced cytokine storms. Dr. Bridle’s research team has identified a critical role of signaling through the type I interferon receptor in the negative regulation of an extensive network of cytokines. Cytokine responses to viruses are often very different between females and males and the Bridle lab group is seeking to understand why. At the intersection of these two programs, is a research initiative aimed at modifying the research team’s optimized cancer vaccine platforms to target severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus (SARS-CoV)-2, which is the causative agent of the coronavirus disease identified at the end of 2019 (COVID-19). The long-term goal is to have a flexible technological platform to rapidly develop vaccines against highly pathogenic coronaviruses that may emerge in the future.

          The Bridle lab is or has been funded by:

          Canadian Institutes of Health Research
          Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC)
          Terry Fox Research Institute
          Canadian Cancer Society,
          Cancer Research Society
          Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation
          Ontario COVID-19 Rapid Reserach Fund
          University of Guelph/Ontario Veterinary College/Department of Pathobiology COVID-19 Seed Funding
          National Centre of Excellence in Biotherapeutics for Cancer Treatment (BioCanRx)
          OVC Pet Trust
          The Smiling Blue Skies Cancer Fund
          Canadian Foundation for Innovation – John R. Evans Leaders Fund
          Canadian Foundation for Innovation – Infrastructure Operating Funds
          Ministry of Research and Innovation Ontario Research Fund – Research Infrastructure Program

          1. Dr.J.G.

            So…Bridle in Canada is Judy Mikovitz in the US. Thus, hopefully the Canadian Govt does not hijack all of his work like they did to her in America, and run him into prison and totally discredit the man. Dr Judy did all of this work you describe two decades ago, and Fauci stole it all and threw her under the bus.

        1. Sayless

          Thanks Jan, Dr Bakdi is always fascinating to listen to. After watching several of his interviews, I’ve noticed however that he often refers to God. He does this in the context of “we don’t need to do anything because God has designed the immune system to protect us”. This has the unfortunate effect of weakening his credibility. He obviously doesn’t believe this 100% because he’s been a hard-working medical professional for decades, but it gives off an impression.

        2. Sayless

          In this interview, Bhakti says that the COVID vaccines cannot work because they are designed to produce antibodies in the blood and COVID kills by attacking the lungs. My understanding is that influenza also attacks the lungs – yet we appear to have an effective vaccine against influenza (which works by producing antibodies in the blood). So I don’t follow his reasoning for that point.

          1. Gary Ogden

            Sayless: What evidence have you found that we have an effective influenza vaccine?

          2. Jerome Savage

            Good question.
            Some of these throw away comments annoy me. Common assumptions never challenged

          3. Ronnie

            Original Antigenic Sin: How First Exposure Shapes Lifelong Anti-Influenza Virus Immune Responses.

            Interesting read

    1. MrPumpkin

      Organ distribution of spikes is heavily weighted on injection site, liver and spleen but it goes everywhere in small doses including the ovaries. Search twitter for ‘pfizer ovaries’ for visuals and links to Japanese lab animal studies.

    2. Edward Hutchinson

      The situation as detailed by Dr Kendrick may indeed be worse than he indicates.

      “They made a mistake – they thought the spike protein was a great target antigen, only to discover it is a toxin, that can travel to many organs of the body, causing severe damage.”
      The spike proteins generated by both the mRNA vaccines don’t stay in the shoulder muscle, but spread to the brain, heart, ovaries, etc.
      They also know that the spike protein is what causes the damage with Covid—and now it is clear how it is causing so much damage in other parts of the bodies of the vaccinated.
      PFIZER were reporting this confidentially early last year

      Click to access Pfizer_bio_distribution_confidential_document_translated_to_english.pdf

    3. Joy Smith

      When will people start to realise that promises made by pharmaceutical companies are like sand-castles? Big pharma has no interest in our health, they are only interested in their profits. Once you learn to read the way they write things ie “there is no evidence” means they didn’t look, then you can see their corruption, in plain sight.

      1. David

        Joy, back in the ’70s a professor at a university I was researching studies for submissions on issues such as side effects from pharmaceutical agents introduced me to the PhD prostitute and the academic brothels that were emerging as alliances were formed with pharmaceutical entities. Medical professionals and evern academics today who fail to follow the scripted pharma responses will quickly find themselves in the unemployment line. Medical professionals are in-doctor-inated with the pharma protection mandate that sacrifices patients to the pharma shareholder Gods.

    4. M’elle St Clair

      Dr. Byram Bridle, a Canadian vaccinologist is working with Japanese colleagues on the issue of the spikes NOT staying in the deltoid or in the nearby lymph nodes as we were told. No, they have been found bodywide, concentrating in certain organs like the spleen, adrenals, ovaries, etc. This is soon to be published. Meanwhile biodistribution studies from the vaccine makers themselves were recently leaked and show wide biodistribution of spike to be the case. In other words, they’ve lied to us… again! Color me shocked.

      1. Socratic Dog

        They can do anything they like…because our betters in their wisdom have decreed they have total lack of liability when things go wrong. And they are, of course, going wrong.
        Nobel Laureate Luc Montagnier says straight up that everyone getting the shot, any of them, will be dead in two years.

        1. anglosvizzera

          Actually, Montagnier says in the video on this page that he didn’t say everyone who is vaccinated will die within 2 years – see 1:19 into the video. However, he says that he expects many people to have side-effects that we don’t know about yet, including potential epigenetic effects passed down through the generations. He is extremely concerned about vaccinating children:

          1. Sasha

            Thank you for that clarification. I didn’t see the video but I when I saw a post claiming that a Nobel prize winner says that we are all gonna die within 2 years, I assumed it to be complete nonsense. The post, not the video…

          2. Eggs ‘n beer

            Dangerous assumption nowadays. As it turns out the post was wrong in that it had misquoted Montagnier. Unfortunately that doesn’t mean it’s complete nonsense. Neither Montagnier, or Sasha, or Eggs or anybody else knows enough about this thing to have any idea what is two years down the track. What piqued my attention about the results from the Japanese study of mRNA assimilation in rat organs was the exponential rise in the accumulation of lipids in the ovaries.


            (or page 7 of the tables at the bottom depending on how it opens for you).

            So I searched for how long spike proteins are manufactured for. Unfortunately I discovered today that

            “Smaller search engines such as DuckDuckGo that license results from Microsoft faced similar issues around “tank man” searches and said they expected a fix soon.“ swisscows it is then.


            Anyway, the first article listed in my last DDG (or Microsoft) search said:

            “ That protein is unique to the SARS-CoV-2 virus, but it’s harmless by itself. The body’s immune system recognizes the spike protein shouldn’t be there, so it produces the protection against it.”


            Second in the list says:

            “The new study, however, is the first to directly show that the spike proteins themselves are able to cause harm, and also confirms that COVID-19 is primarily a vascular disease that damages blood vessel walls.”


            “The spike protein binds to the ACE2 receptor on cells, downregulates their function, and causes damage to the endothelium cells that line lung tissue and blood vessels. The damage is apparently caused by effects on the mitochondria (energy producing organelles) in the cells – they change their shape and have reduced function. They then reproduced these effects in vitro using a culture of lung endothelial cells exposed to the spike protein.”

            So the two first articles from the search directly contradict each other. Will they kill everyone in two years? Improbable, I agree, but not absolute nonsense. Will they sterilise all women in two years? Well, who knows. The Japanese Pfizer study screams that we need to research this in fertile women before we can state an opinion. Which probably means we need a sample of dead, vaccinated fertile women. Not the sort of study that will attract many volunteers.

            Does this bring back into play the discussion on spike protein shedding? If they were harmless it wouldn’t matter if you picked up someone’s exhalations, or received blood from a vaccinee. As they’re not harmless, ??

            As I can replicate the “vaccines make you magnetic” video and I’m unvaccinated I’m leaving that one in the “absolute nonsense” basket though! (Just lick the magnet and it will stick, carefully wipe the saliva off on your arm as you remove it before trying to stick it on your other arm. Hang on! Can I use this as proof of vaccination?)

          3. anglosvizzera

            You clearly haven’t watched the recent videos from “Not on the Beeb” about the magnet phenomenon. Nobody licked magnets, magnets weren’t even necessary it turns out as various ferrous metallic objects also “stuck”. A UK NHS medical doctor “Dr T” went out and about in a London park to challenge random people. She surely wouldn’t be risking her reputation by resorting to subterfuge, would she?

          4. Sasha

            Showing an effect in vitro doesn’t necessarily translate into the same effect in vivo. The rat study should lead to further research, IMO, and you don’t need to kill vaccinated women of reproductive age to conduct it. You can probably do an observational study on vaccinated vs unvaccinated women of reproductive age and get data. But all of that is a far cry from saying that we all gonna be dead in two years.

          5. Mr Chris

            Hi Sasha
            At last the voice of reason
            There is not much hard fact, or perception of hard fact around.

          6. AhNotepad

            Mr Chris, you could use that method to investigate, but that would mean at least 2 years, and more likely a minimum of 4, since my latest info that gestation is around 9 months.

          7. Mr Chris

            I leave investigation to you, that is why I beef about peak oil, moon landings etc, they muddy the waters.
            Now if all of you who post links which I don’t have the time to follow up, could be less prolix, life would be easier. I have sometimes asked on here how to separate the wheat from the chaff in what to read, but have never had a feasible answer.
            Keep up the good work
            By the way, be very careful, when in the next two years, all the vaccinated keel over, there is going to be lot of work for the anti vaxxers to do.

          8. Jerome Savage

            It’s good that Dr K has explained what an anti vaxer is – tho sometimes I think I might be one of them.

          9. Leila

            It wouldn’t make sense for all the people injected to be killed because what would be the point in the other measures such as vaccine passports etc if they’re all going to die anyway?

          10. AhNotepad

            Passports are used as a carrot to encourage people to get beaten with the stick.

          11. Fast Eddy

            The passports are meant to encourage more people to get Injected.

            Consider the entitlements that they are supposed to offer to be carrots…

            I know plenty of people who have enjoyed being Injected with the Experiment – because they believe they will be able to travel quarantine free.

            Hahahahahahahahahaha. You’d think they might wait till that is actually possible…before baring the arm

        2. Me Chris

          Socratic Dog
          Luc Montagnier has expressed many similar views. Problem is should we believe him?
          As in the song
          «  still a man hears what he wants to hear and disregards the rest »

          1. Fast Eddy

            Bossche is the main man behind the bioweapon theory… he’s explained what he expects is going to happen on numerous presentations. Bridle is also on that team… as of course Montagnier.

          2. anglosvizzera

            And don’t forget Professor Sucharit Bhakdi, Professor Emeritus of Medical Microbiology and Immunology. Here’s a video interview from yesterday:

    5. lisa

      New studies are showing it travels. The ovaries and testes are full of spike proteins from the vaccinated. 😦 Research obtained by scientists shows COVID vaccine spike protein can travel from injection site + accumulate in organs + tissues including spleen, bone marrow, liver + “high concentrations” in ovaries.

  4. Brad Voller

    Spike protein, on its own is the cause of the vascular, neurodegenerative, problems, not the virus.
    In the original theory it stay’s in deltoid, goes to local draining lymph node, activates immune system.
    But a new bio-distribution study from Japan tracked the vax and spike proteins.
    It gets into the blood within days of vax, accumulates in spleen, brain, bone marrow, liver, adrenal glands, with high concentrations in ovaries.
    Spike protein is a pathogenic toxin that causes damage if in circulation, binds to platelets, epithelial cells of blood vessels, clotting, bleeding, heart problems, brain blood clotting.

    Conclusion is “We made a big mistake, and didn’t realize it till now.” “We thought the spike protein was a great target antigen but never knew the spike protein itself was a pathogenic toxin protein.” “By vaccinating people we are inadvertently inoculating them with a toxin.” So now we can ask where is the science here we can trust? none of the covid-19 vaccines in use are actually “approved.” and we seem to be throwing caution to the wind as “at this time trial is unblinded, and the placebo group no longer exists”
    No new biodistribution studies for covid-19 vaccines
    Officials have consistently emphasised that despite shaving years off traditional timelines for producing vaccines, no compromises in the process were taken.20 However one type of study, tracking the distribution of a vaccine once injected in the body, was not conducted using any of the three vaccines currently authorised in the US.
    Pfizer and Moderna did not respond to The BMJ’s questions regarding why no biodistribution studies were conducted on their novel mRNA products, and none of the companies, nor the FDA, would say whether new biodistribution studies will be required prior to licensure.
    However one type of study, tracking the distribution of a vaccine once injected in the body, was not conducted using any of the three vaccines currently authorised in the US.

          1. Karen

            Malcolm – any advice to someone who has taken the first does of Pfeizer? Is there anything I can do to monitor micro blood clots?

          2. anglosvizzera

            I’ve heard that the supplement N-acetyl cysteine, usually abbreviated to NAC, can be useful to prevent blood clots. Dr Kendrick, do you know anything about that?

      1. David G

        How about “vasculites”? (With the end pronounced EYE-TEES)

        I think that goes well with the Latin derivation of the word.

        1. Karen

          Thanks Dr Kendrick – what amount constitutes low level aspirin? And for how long do I take it? Thanks so much for your reply. Hard to get a d- dimer test here in Ireland without a doctor’s referral and there is very little questioning of the vaccine here so I’m not confident I’d get a referral! I certainly won’t be taking the second dose and hoping those spike proteins get absorbed eventually!

    1. Eggs ‘n beer

      That was my first reaction on hearing how the mRNA chemical factory works. We know so little about how cells function that to use them in this way is dangerous. In particular our knowledge of mitochondrial chemistry is woefully small, considering how essential they are – as in, no functioning mitochondria, no you.

      So if spike proteins, as manufactured by the mRNA, damage mitochondria, I’m depressed, but not surprised.

    2. Sayless

      Brad, in which article does the quote “We made a big mistake, and didn’t realize it till now.” appear?

  5. Bill Sanderson

    A deep read but worth it. I imagine though that your close analysis will be followed by others as Covid19 and the vaccines that have been produced to combat it must be the most investigated medical areas there have ever been. The logical path you describe should get a lot wider.

  6. Leila

    Thank you Dr Kendrick. This very topic has been on my mind. With all the information circulating about the dangers of the spike protein and the vaccine, I was wondering how you decided you would be ok when you opted to have the vaccine? I have a few family members who have had it and am really worried that all of them are going to be badly affected, particularly my siblings who are still young (20s-30s). I was hoping to have some kind of optimism based on the fact you felt ok to have the Pfizer injection that they aren’t all just going to die…

  7. andy

    Cause and effect! You have explained for months the difficulty of making connections. And in the shifting baselines of pseudo-science and statistics, I have long given up now on making any attempt to derive patterns from this flu virus. Not that it stops politicians and next door neighbours alike lecturing me on the persistant knife edges, and ‘surges to come’.
    I take great heart from your explanations.

  8. karenwatcher

    Are you suggesting that we will see an increase in the death rate of – say – elderly people with less stable, flexible vascular systems than a younger person, post the pandemic?

  9. Olly

    The plural is “vasculitides”. I’m going to read the piece now. Thank you for this immeasurably excellent blog.

  10. Nick

    Awesome post as usual but I am left feeling concerned. I’ve had both AZ jabs now for no other reason than getting my vaccine passport so I can go to the pub. I donate platelets about once a month so it will be interesting to see if they can get anything out of me the next time I visit!

    1. daolski

      So sorry to here you felt the need to play Russian roulette with your health just to go to the pub…the fear messaging has been so persistent.

      1. Fast Eddy

        Imagine the despair …. you get your jabs … you go to the pub for a couple of weeks … then ‘the variants’ spread … the pubs are ordered to shut… then you develop a blood clot in your brain …

    2. Jerome Savage

      There now appears to be a growing “service” purporting to cater for those who hav regrets about getting jabbed. Heard pine needles, zinc & vit C, and a combination of these, mentioned as having potential counteractive benefits.

  11. Andrew Denney

    What a legend you are Sir. I’m a fit healthy 56 year old, probable because I listen to your good self, Ivor Cummins, prof John Lee etc. I’ve had both astras due to nagging from my wife that we wouldn’t be able to go on holiday if I didn’t, well apparently I still can’t due to politics taking over from science, dates over data. I’m familiar with the glycocaylix and how it’s damaged by of all things the high carb diet that the guidelines recommend. You really do have to do your own research and look behind the curtain to see the wizard is just a man and he can’t give you a heart a brain or make you healthy. Thank you so much Sir for your hard work!!

  12. Barbara Pigden

    So, acquire Covid naturally and your immune system should see off the infection before the spike protein can penetrate the blood vessels and wreak real damage- Or, take the vaccine and have the spike protein delivered directly to your blood vessels for maximum damage, without the inconvenience of a cough or a sneeze? Does it really come down to this? How can they not know that the spike is the villain and the virus just the delivery mechanism?

    Many thanks, Dr K, for your continuing stance against this madness and for proving clear, understandable and comprehensive information.

    1. VeryVer

      “They” are confident that the spike protein doesn’t travel — but the body surprises, doesn’t it? As far as I know, ANY cell can be instructed to make the protein, right? That might be the problem right there, if they can’t control which cell/where it’s made.

      There’s a great book called “Normal Accidents” by Charles Perrow which explains exactly how these sort of things happen, and are entirely predictable. Basically, humans think we know and can control all the things in the world, even the ones we don’t know about it, and the ones we don’t know we don’t know about it. We design overly complex systems that depend on linked systems of “non-failure” in order to work. And then they do eventually fail.

    2. Socratic Dog

      Given that it’s pretty damn obvious this is a bioweapon, I’m absolutely sure “they” were and are aware that the spike protein is the villain.

  13. Fiona Conokey

    Really interesting article thank you. Is there any time frame for potential clot formation? Is it likely to occur in days, weeks or months?

    1. Ken Garoo

      Anecdotal evidence: I had the pleasure of a short stay in a local NHS hospital a while back. Another patient, a middle aged male with diabetes, was in for treatment of a persistent infection of one of his feet (peripheral circulation issues a common problem for diabetics). He also mentioned that he came down with a blood clot in the pancreas a couple of weeks after his injection.

  14. Ian

    I would like to share my experience in this matter. In December I had a severe UTI which took several weeks of antibotic to clear. I did experience some bleeding.. So far so good. In early Feb I had my first AZ jab. Five days later I experience severe bleeding in my urine for which lasted five days. This worryingly was accompanied by numerous blood clots looking like like liver. There was no pain and no infection detected. I had tests for prostate and bladder cancer all negative. After about a week the bleeding stopped on its own.and has not returned. No one seemed interested that the vaccine had something to do with this. I have refused a second jab although at some stage might risk a a different one. I am 73 suffered two MI’s three years ago and have four stents and am on the usual drugs.This has caused me great anguish especially worrying about cancer for weeks.I still cannot believe the AZ was not to blame. Ian Murray

    1. Ruth Sharpe

      That is exactly what happened to my Dad, only it was after his second dose of AZ – almost word for word. I reported the bleeding to the yellow card site, as the doctor just said it was one of those things. In my Dad’s case, the bleeding started about 10 days after the second injection.

  15. Peter Ford

    It speaks volumes that it is not safe in career terms for a doctor to join the dots. The really scary thing is that nobody anywhere has the incentive or the means or the intellectual integrity and courage, seemingly, to find out the real risks. The Yellow Card System for reporting adverse advents is not fit for purpose. Those adverse events that do get reported are only the tip of the iceberg. As for MRHA they are asleep at the wheel as we plough forward with our titanic efforts to ‘defeat’ the virus.

  16. Stephen Lawton

    Thank you Malcolm for another thought provoking and informative article.
    One question, do you think there is any more or less concerns in the vaccine technology used, mRNA or otherwise?
    Also, can I please encourage you to continue your contribution to spreading light in the darkness, we need it…

  17. Sheila Taylor

    Thank you for that information. My husband (age 73) decided to have the vaccine, I (age 68) declined – fortunately he is supporting my decision. I have just been talking to a friend on Zoom. She has been for a biopsy for a breast lump, also all the glands in her neck and armpits are up, and her thyroid has – ‘gone mad’ – her words – it’s visibly swollen. The consultant said he was seeing a lot of this in women after vaccination. Is this another immune system response? And will these reactions make the Yellow Card scheme? Another friend has Bell’s palsy after his vaccine, after feeling very unwell for several days. In case he was having a stroke he phoned for an ambulance. One of the paramedics had had the same reaction after his vaccine. The hospital denied it could be vaccine related, so it wasn’t reported. This is one of the groupss that helps my mental and emotional well baing!

  18. Eggs ‘n beer

    So we must keep our glycocalyces healthy, which means making sure our blood pH is correct, blood sugar normal, vitamin D levels appropriate, and all will be well if we get Covid. So we don’t need to bother with the jab. Nothing’s changed in 17 months.

    1. michaelistrulymyname

      My answer is that we just don’t know. There was inadequate research. It’s mostly been guesswork and supposition and instead of real science there has just been the opinions of scientists. There don’t seem to be any correctly constructed, post hoc, statistically robust, double-blind, placebo-controlled studies. Well, I haven’t found any. We are marching along this road in our millions, eventually billions, with nothing more to guide us than blind trust in big pharma, politicians, and (excuse my bluntness) scum like Fauci and Ghebreyesus.
      And the thing that really, really makes me angry is that in most countries, certainly in the USA, it’s not allowed to use vaccines against a disease for which there are effective treatments, and the government was persuaded by big pharma to ban the candidate treatments (especially Ivermectin) to give their so-called vaccines a clear path.

    2. Tarl

      The standard response from many doctors is “the risk of death or long-term complications from covid is MUCH higher than the risk from the vaccine!” People on my local forum even say this is true for teenagers (to justify vaccinating 12-18 year olds) which is just mind-boggling to me.

      1. AhNotepad

        Tarl, I wonder how the doctors know the long term risks from Covid are higher than the vaccine, since there is not yet any long term data for the vaccine, and come to that, not for Covid either. I think they do not know any such thing, but are parroting the Fauci line, and collecting their salary.

        1. AhNotepad

          I tried sending me something, It hasn’t arrived, and would it be likely to go into a spam folder anyway?

      1. Sam Hall

        A standard trick for all vaccine trials. No vaccines on the childhood schedule meet the the gold standard for safety testing which is the double blind randomised INERT placebo.

  19. M.E.C. Wellsford van Vroenhoven

    Dear dr Kendrick,

    Read your article with interest, as always.

    Where does this leave “Ace inhibitors”?

    What does this mean for people who have elevated LP(a) levels?

    Kind Regards, Marina Wellsford

    Sent from my iPhone

  20. AX

    So, reading between the lines…..

    In near future we may very well see an ocean of all kinds of cloth related patients as also many will die in the coming !2 to 24 months of all kinds of reasons where most of the deceased never will get an autopsie. Big Pharma will continue to exclaim if the cause of death isn’t determined, don’t blame pharma. And even if one is able to proof it indeed was the vector syringe or mrna that did it, big pharma already have secured a non sue pact world wide.

    Because naming the genes therapies syringes vaccines, legally the liability is in the individual governments whom instantly will state, because of the health of the population we had to act on best effort bases. No one can sue ones own government and even if you can, there will be a ton of exits in favor of …. So, where half the worlds population has been LURED and MANIPULATED by specialists en scientists in manipulation of human behavior, read, like those ‘manipulating you people in buying stuff techniques’, many are panicking and freaking out exclaiming to need the jab.

    The thing is, they have been imprinted the idea that once you have the genes-syringe, one is ‘protected’ and those not taking the EXPERIMENTAL POTENTIAL LETHAL jab, are traitors, the enemy, the losers, the selfish only thinking of themselves, not the week or frail. Those hypnotized by FEAR as a deflector, terrified that without the jab, they run into the lethal risk of … not understanding that the jab is the lethal risk.

    An experimental matter that has never been tested on anyone with a real sarscov2 infestation. Even worse, all those with antibodies and those prior being infested, or still infested? They were left out of the equation, just as younger people under the age of 18. Recently Fauci exclaimed, as Bill Gates did, we will come to a moment that we will ‘vaccine’ children from six months up to two years.

    And no one ever knows what the consequences will be n terms of time. It takes ordinarily 6 – 10 years to create a vaccine and test it to as safe as possible. here above is why that is. By ignoring all the scientific ‘Golden Standards’, letting everyone to believe that the syringe will save your life, it will be a fact of time what the real impact of those jabs will be.

    I have heard words of military specialists that will go on a hunt if one of their loved ones dies of the genes therapies. As we speak, in Belgian a very experienced soldier is missing for weeks now, taking with him a heavy sharp shooters rifle, equipment, over thousand rounds of ammo and he has named those high on his list. One of them? The Belgian Fausti, whom is in safe house heavily guarded. The reason? Just before the outbreak that ‘honorable Belgian Fausti can be seen in a salesvideo on youtube called…

    “How to sell a pandemic…’

    You think he is the only one with a money scheme by creating panic and fear? In the first row there is a Dutch virologist called Ab Osterhaus, whom exactly used that technique in the Netherlands to …. receive mass requests for delivery of ‘vaccines’ to the Dutch government whom, consequently, demonized existing medicine as HCQ and Zinc and Ivermectine for over six months awaiting the first doses of ‘vaccines’, resulting in appr. 16.000 – 17.000 corona fatalities.

    1. Devon

      Not to mention they added stroke to the Covid-19 symptoms list, so if they’ve ever had a positive PCR swab then it will never be recorded as a vax injury.

  21. David Bailey

    I am afraid that, contrary to many people here, that article was too medical for me, so here are my tentative conclusions from just skimming it:

    1) The spike protein is toxic in itself and because it can invoke a deranged immune response.

    2) It is therefore extremely dangerous to persuade our own cells to produce this protein in a way that can’t be turned off.

    3) Clearly the ‘vaccines’ all aim to do exactly this – or is it true that the Sputnik vaccine is more conventional in its mode of operation?

    4) You mention that the spike protein is present in earlier versions of SARS-COV, but if it is not found in other pathogens, is it possible that it was deliberately inserted into one of these, since it is becoming increasingly obvious that gain of function research was going on in Wuhan, aided by US grant money:

    5) I am unclear as to whether cells that have been genetically manipulated will get killed off over time so that the danger from the vaccines will fade away with time.

    6) I am also unclear as to how likely it is that the m-RNA in m-RNA vaccines will get converted to DNA by reverse transcriptase and potentially enter our genomes.

    Clearly, Malcom, when you ask us to join the dots, that is not an exercise for the reader, but a precaution that is needed to keep you ‘inoculating’ at least some people with the knowledge to refuse the vaccines come what may. I am really hoping that others here will.


    1. JohnC

      IIRC reverse transcriptase is found naturally in some viruses.
      Vincent Racianello has a course on virology on YouTube that is quite easy to understand and may answer some of your questions.

      1. Ekondig G

        Some very recent research shows that polymerase theta can act in the same way as viral reverse transcriptase(!) as part of the Eukaryote cellular repair kit – which includes humans. So now it looks like we don’t even need viral input to get such a phenomenon (inclusion of mRNA into DNA), if human cells are capable of doing the same thing.

    2. Sam Hall

      Agreed the only way to protect health is refuse. However I hear Dr M received his is that right?
      If so I am dreadfully sorry to hear it on so many counts. He seems like such a nice chap.

    3. garethhawker

      Thanks so much, David. I am one for whom the dots need to be joined. I am not sure I can do it myself without first learning a huge amount about this subject first. At present the conclusion seems simple: do not take any of the vaccines. Yet someone said that Dr Kendrick had taken one of the vaccines. This is very confusing.

      1. Dr. Malcolm Kendrick Post author

        Dr Kendrick said that Dr Kendrick has been vaccinated. In my NHS job, primarily dealing with elderly patients in care homes, I could not have continued working – and hopefully doing some good – without getting the vaccine. So, I weighed up the risk/benefit analysis for myself. I did not feel I was going to gain any protection as I had (almost certainly) been infected early last year – at a time before testing was available. I do not expect my actions to guide anybody else, and I never provide individual medial advice via my blog, or e-mails.

        1. David Bailey

          You are doing what you can in this awful situation, and we all appreciate you.

          One question I have is whether the spike protein is the main toxic component of COVID. If it is, it would seem particularly absurd to help people ‘grow their own’ as a way to stop the virus.

        2. The New Neander's Physiological Literacy

          Thank you for clarifying the reasons you decided to get vaccinated.
          What vaccine did you choose?
          Also, are you or other vaccinated doctors protected from asymptomatic infection and spreading?
          You, Malcolm Kendrick, is an authoritative voice. If you had good understanding of the immune system and vaccinology, your voice could weigh and could influence what the NHS does. Unfortunately, this article shows that you don’t.

        3. anglosvizzera

          Dr K – my daughter had Covid last year and did a few antibody tests as part of the national surveillance. As she’s only 28 she doesn’t want to risk any of these jabs, but wonders if there’s any way of “proving” her likely immunity so as to be able to travel freely (she’s a musician)? I feel that there should be the option of having the jab, LFT testing when required, or evidence of prior infection and that people who’ve had Covid shouldn’t be expected to have the jab. It seems that with SARS and MERS there is still robust immunity for people who were infected.

          1. AhNotepad

            I doubt anyone but the elites and their slaves will be allowed to travel freely unless everyone makes a stand.

          2. Fast Eddy

            It’s not possible to travel freely even if one has the jab… so perhaps wait until they fulfil that promise?

            Keep in mind one reason for covid is to justify reducing our oil burn — and travel uses around 8% of all oil … so dramatically reducing travel is an excellent way to achieve this goal.

            Notice how every time a bubble opens … very quickly it gets shut .. people get stranded…and the message is …. it is very risk to travel… so very few do. But they can still use the possibility of travel as a carrot to get people injected

          3. Fast Eddy

            The only way we achieve zero emissions is if we collapse civilization. So we’ll be at zero emissions as soon as these ‘vaccines’ do their job.

            Meanwhile – China is building enormous numbers of coal-powered electricity generating power plants (to fuel all of the EVs of course!)

          4. Jean Humphreys

            1978. Pregnant with my first baby, long waited for. Next ice age announced – and we are living in a very badly insulated house. I seriously wonder if I am going to be able to keep it alive, and what was I thinking – reproducing at such a terrible time. We would be in the deep freeze within the next ten years, and also, we only had at most ten year’s supply of oil. I don’t take a lot of notice now when she worries about the world she has brought her own into. But I do worry when she wholeheartedly believes in the people whose spiel chimes with her own leanings toward pessimism. They bother me too – I want to give them a Motherly smacked bum.

        4. colinbannon

          You may not be giving advice, but looking at the comments, many of your readers are alarmed and scared off the vaccine by your posts. Or, of course, only those who are already sceptical about the vaccine read them, or a bit of both. Im a retired GP with MS and like most of us are very keen on vaccination. Mine was fine with few side effects at all. I only know a few people who have had COVID19, one young man is suffering with shortness of breath 6 months later, another have a very nasty short illness, and another took 5 months to fully recover. The risks of infection are very real too.

          1. Dr. Malcolm Kendrick Post author

            First, do you have any evidence that my posts have alarmed and scared anyone off doing anything. Secondly,, you presumably believe that stifling debate will solve all problems?

          2. Fast Eddy

            Colin — actually what puts me off the Injection is :

            1. there is zero upside for me in taking the Injection as a fit person with zero health issues
            2. many thousands have died/been maimed from the Injections
            3. there are no long term studies therefore this is an experiment.

            I don’t need a Dr to warn me off of this poison … because unlike a CovIDIOT… I do not blindly do what I am told.

          3. AhNotepad

            Eddy, a quicker to the UK Gov data is yellow, this gives a user friendly front end.

          4. Eggs ‘n beer

            Well, lucky you. My mother had MS for 45 years, dying at 67. Whether she linked it to the vaccines that she received in her teens and early 20’s I know not but she didn’t vaccinate me, or my sister until she was 11 when she got the MMR mainly for rubella and has suffered from RA ever since, …. despite being a SRN, M & HV.

            My risk assessment is that it’s much better to get Covid for the benefits of immunity from 98% of the variants. Assuming I’m in the 19% who CAN get it, i.e. not in the 81% with T cell immunity.

          5. anglosvizzera

            In your case, the risk versus benefit from the vaccine is clearly a reason why people like yourself would be happy to accept it.

            However, for the younger generation, and children in particular, this cannot be assessed at present. From the long video discussion with Dr Robert Malone linked to elsewhere in the comments, here’s a short excerpt where they talk about the new information obtained from the Japanese drug regulator via FOI requests. I think that this information is vital for young people to know, or for parents whose children are being targeted next, particularly with regard to fertility and autoimmune disease. Informed consent is key, and so far people aren’t being given any information about the potential harms of mRNA vaccines:

          6. AhNotepad

            colinbannon, people can, if they wish, “believe” in vaccines. Looking at shows a screen with a big red button which brings up the MHRA Yellow Card data for interrogation. The MHRA have not investigated any of the reports and published their findings, why not? Some of the events are pretty serious, and the trials have another 18 months to go, so I expect there will be many more reports. I can do without any of those adverse effects, so it might be reasonable to wait until the data is available, and the conclusions published, then I can make an informed decision.

          7. theasdgamer

            I’m retired with comorbidities, had covid, then treated it with elderberry concentrate and zinc. Was supplementing with zinc and vitamin C & D before I got it. I was going out among people unmasked during the height of the epidemic.

            Oh, my experience? Covid was a mild, occasional cough and went away within 12 hours of treatment. My wife, who is a little older, had standard ILI symptoms, but those disappeared within 24 hours of treatment.

            My medic daughter, who likely infected the rest of us, had a loss of energy and she regained her energy within 12 hours of treatment.

            We experienced a second infection three weeks later and had an even quicker recovery.

            The baby never showed symptoms.

            No long term effects for any of us. Treatment will do that. Vaccines, not so much. (You can die from covid after getting vaccinated.)

    4. Tish

      It really isn’t necessary to be medically trained or able to follow everything. What we do know for certain is that we are being lied to again and again, blatantly, and treated with contempt. That keeps us cautious and stops us trusting the untrustworthy.

      1. Miha

        Excuse me but may I politely remind you there’s an internet out there which offers unparalleled sources of information on any subject even for the non-recondite term ‘ischemic’. I’m not putting you down (we all look up odd words and terms all the time) but merely pointing out that this term and the others like it, are explained on countless sites. How about ? Problem solved in about 10 seconds.

  22. Martin Back

    An anagram for Dr Anthony Fauci is China Fraud Tony

    Don’t know who found this, but it’s brilliant.

  23. Hamilton Semple

    Again, an excellent synopsis of what is going on, or the failures in current practice.
    When are more academics, researchers, clinicians, going to wake-up to the reality.
    Thank you again.
    Also, thank you for the APM webinars.

  24. Kevin Brau

    Dr Kendrick’s remarks about doctors not recognizing Vioxx-related heart attacks until statistical studies were performed are being repeated in respect of the mRNA vaccines, as he implies. Against my wishes, my 64 yo partner, no history of cardiovascular disease, suffered a crippling stroke 16 days after Moderna vax, followed by discovery of blood clots in leg. Hemorrhagic conversion, so blood thinners not possible. Paralyzed on left side, will probably never recover use of left arm, and uncertain for left leg. I insisted (hospital in SW Florida) that his stroke be reported in VAERS. However, the hospital internist thinks I am “obsessed” about the vax, and that this stroke is totally normal. He and the surgeon who performed the surgery stated that partner had underlying atherosclerosis, despite their having no baseline data to confirm this. Ignorant and arrogant, like so many doctors. By the way, spike shedding “is a thing”. Eight days after my partner’s vax, I developed unexplained bruises on my thighs. Still happening three weeks later.

  25. Andrew Larwood

    Thanks Malcolm for this new insight!

    Just released today and

    In a recent article in MedScape ( ) which identified vaccine-induced immune thrombotic thrombocytopenia (VITT) reaction, stated that “While VITT is very serious, the benefit of the vaccine still outweighs its risks,” he said. “Around 40% of patients hospitalized with COVID-19 experience some sort of thrombosis and about 1.5% have an ischemic stroke.”
    How many patients with Coid-19 have been hospitalised?
    What will be the long term outcome for these patients?

    Further evidence published in

  26. Donna Black

    The fact that this “vaccine” is being given away for free in America, where medical costs for things like insulin are prohibitive, tells me all I need to know about how much this is “for the good of public health”.

    1. Sam Hall

      There is good data to show the rate of refusal in America is up around 65 %.
      The people started talking to each other as the country opened up more than in the UK and Ireland. What is a worry is that so many folk in the UK ran towards it with almost no questions. What is wrong in the UK ?

      1. Biggles

        That’s what Lockdown was all about Sam – to limit people to their very small family groups and stop them going to Pub / Club / W.I. Meetings / Golf / Football / Cricket / other. Oh and work of course, by means of WFH and furlough.

        Keep them in small, close-knit groups where they are disinclined to discuss anything because they mostly all hold the same view anyway. Hormonal pubescent teenagers don’t even talk to their parents at the best ot times let alone discuss the importance of things like the gaping logic holes in this pLandemic. The Bar scene in the 2005 film “V for Vendetta” springs to mind.

        If you quietly limit discussion (rather than overtly censoring it) then those logic holes don’t become apparent…. until much later. The words of one ‘Josef Goebbels’ spring to mind:-

        “If you tell a lie big enough and keep repeating it, people will eventually come to believe it. The lie can be maintained only for such time as the State can shield the people from the political, economic and/or military consequences of the lie. It thus becomes vitally important for the State to use all of its powers to repress dissent, for the truth is the mortal enemy of the lie, and thus by extension, the truth is the greatest enemy of the State”. Join the dots!

      2. Leila

        You think people in the UK are bad, here in NZ there is no risk of COVID at the moment but the fear mongering and propaganda has been so much that people are lining up for their jabs too and even complaining about how long it’s taking for it to be rolled out. The majority of people around me can’t wait to get it. Quite difficult when working as a health professional too, the coercion and manipulation is also high

        1. Eggs ‘n beer

          Ditto in Oz. People queued for up to five hours in the sun and rain in Queensland yesterday to get it. And we have no cases. An apparently impressive 15,000 people successfully got assaulted, with a population of 5m it’ll take a year at that rate. Deaths from pneumonia will exceed vaccine deaths.

  27. Mike Smith

    What is also concerning me is the fact (especially in Europe) as people are mixing and matching their second doses. Add into the mix the addition of up and coming booster jabs and everyone will be uncertain where to apportion the blame as to exactly what jab did the damage. This saga will go on for years. Our government will not want to do a U-Turn on vaccinations as to do so would be like admitting they made a mistake so for now its Jab Jab Jab and to hell with the consequences. God help us.

    1. David

      I think it highly probable that mixing vaccines and adding booster shots is part of a strategy to make it impossible to indentify what, if any jab, was responsible for a ‘side effect’.

      In the ’70s I was involved in an investigation into the use of DES (diethylstilbestrol) as a growth promotant in cattle. In Canada it was the only hormone approved for use as a growth promotant. A justifiable concern that was being pursued by a group of academics was that when DES was given to pregnant mothers to prevent stillbirths a significant number of offspring daughters developed a rare form of vaginal cancer at around 18 years of age that could not be labelled ‘a conincidence’. After the concerns were communicated to the federal government we were assured that DES would be thoroughly investigated, After a lengthy delay DES was banned with a lot of fan fare in the media. What I only discovered later was that six hormones were quietly approved at the same time the use of DES as a growth promotant was banned. Approving six hormones made it impossible to attribute any adverse events to a hormone. That was the intent.

      1. AhNotepad

        Yep, did that yesterday, though I use it for homemade chocolates. I can’t stand the taste of whiskey.

  28. JohnC

    Some of the other side effects noted during the trials of the AstraZeneca vaccine and subsequently are also due to immune system response, Guillain Barre Syndrome (GBS), transverse myelitis and possibly myocarditis/endocarditis.
    GBS is known to be associated with gastroenteritis.
    I’ve also seen thrombocytopenia associated with gastroenteritis.
    In both cases these developed about 14 days post infection.
    Although systemic inflammatory response syndrome (SIRS) as an indicator for possible sepsis has been superceded by the sepsis stratification tools from the sepsis society, some of the symptoms of SIRS may be appropriate, for example elevated blood sugar levels, which could lead to diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA) in both type 1 and type 2 diabetes.
    One important sign is not necessarily a raised temperature but a low temperature below 35.9.

  29. Simon Derricutt

    Thankyou Dr. Kendrick. This joins a few more of the dots together.

    Since the spike protein does so much damage, it does seem somewhat misguided to use mRNA to get our own cells to make it.

    I think the idea of injecting the vaccine into a muscle is that it’s immobilised there and doesn’t enter the blood – it appears that we really don’t want the vaccine going into the bloodstream. However, muscles do have a blood supply, and where I’ve seen video of people being injected the needle is just pushed in and the plunger pushed down – there’s no attempt to try sucking first to see if you’ve ended up in a blood vessel (you’d see the contents of the syringe go red). I’d thus suggest that for a proportion of people (I don’t know how many) they will have the vaccine injected into a small blood-vessel in the muscle, and these people would, I think, have a higher chance of blood-clots because of that. Seems to be somewhat of a lottery.

    When I first heard of the mRNA treatment, I thought it was a clever idea – just get the body to tag that spike protein as foreign and to be got rid of. At that time I didn’t know that the spike protein was also active in itself and not just the key the virus used to get into cells. I would however expect the vaccine manufacturers to have known that.

    With the results coming in from India now, it does seem that rejecting HCQ and IVM was misguided, too. Some of that was obvious earlier, when Switzerland banned HCQ for a few weeks and then allowed it again. Still, I suppose that if it was officially accepted that there was a medical treatment available, then the vaccines would not have had an emergency authorisation.

    1. Prudence Kitten

      “Since the spike protein does so much damage, it does seem somewhat misguided to use mRNA to get our own cells to make it”.

      Courtesy is a good thing, but you can have too much of a good thing. I would rephrase your statement:

      “Since the spike protein does so much damage, it does seem bloody stupid to use mRNA to get our own cells to make it”.

      Also, “When I first heard of the mRNA treatment, I thought it was a clever idea…”

      Clever ideas are a good thing… but to become science, they must be rigorously tested by people whose greatest desire is to prove them wrong. If they survive a few years of that, they might become science. The next step after that is to start a research program for applications – such as “vaccines”. That might take a further 10-12 years before it is reasonable to believe the treatment is mostly harmless.

      Politicians might almost be defined as persuasive people who often have clever ideas, but never stop to test them because they are afraid they will turn out to be wrong.

      1. Simon Derricutt

        Prudence – I think it’s necessary to be courteous, maybe especially on Dr. Kendrick’s blog where he puts so much thought into the posts. Possibly it wasn’t understood early on that the spike protein was itself so dangerous. Now that is understood, though, it’s “bloody stupid” to continue to inject people with something that produces them. Though I think that the cells won’t continue to produce spike proteins when the mRNA is consumed, I’m not certain that is true, and I don’t know whether they will continue to produce them for the life of that cell. If so, that means that the immune system will be removing that spike protein from the blood and other cells for a very long time (maybe up to 10 years) and will thus be a bit compromised when it comes to fighting other infections.

        Of course, I don’t have the deep knowledge needed here to know all that’s happening when mRNA is added to the body. I suspect that the people who do have enough knowledge aren’t certain, and that the people who are certain are probably fooling themselves they know everything required.

        It’s known that because the virus is RNA-based, and not DNA-based, new variants will happen far more frequently and that variants that evade the vaccines will have an evolutionary advantage and will quickly become the dominant strains. Since the vaccines do not stop people being infected or infectious (though they do seem to reduce infectiousness somewhat), that effectively makes the vaccinated population into a gain-of-function laboratory. To me, that appears to be a bad strategy. Thus the “clever idea” of vaccinating everyone as fast as possible maybe isn’t so clever, and will likely lead to a more-deadly new wave of a variant that evades the vaccines. Possibly the politicians believe that vaccination is the only possible way out, since the medicines that impede virus replication have been systematically rubbished by influential people in the WHO and in the media. A doctor prescribing IVM or HCQ risks fines and losing their licence. I figure that people reading this blog will be aware of the data from Switzerland, Peru, India, etc. that show that such medication works better than vaccination, and it’s also logical that they will be effective against all variants. To me, it looks a far better strategy to use those medicines at first sign of symptoms, or even prophylactically, since they’re dirt cheap and very safe. The virus is stopped, and the people become immune to the variant they’ve had, and if they catch a different variant later then they can do the same again. Since there would be fewer replication events, there would also be fewer new variants produced, and the whole thing would become yesterday’s news.

        It seems to me that the politicians are more into avoiding being blamed for the problems rather than digging into the data and trying out concurrent fixes. Using IVM in one area could easily have been tried, and the cost would be low (costs more for the organisation than the medicine itself). You’ll have noticed there’s a group-think situation, and the tech giants are great at censoring discussion of alternative ideas. Questions about the origin of the virus (leak from a lab in Wuhan) were quashed until a week or so ago, but now suddenly this glaringly-obvious explanation can be talked about. Maybe we’ll see the same happen with IVM as a treatment. We can hope….

        Thanks for the good comments you add here. Always worth reading.

        1. Fast Eddy

          Hats off to Dr K for allowing comments that do not agree with his analysis. I have no idea who is correct here … however this is how we learn….

          I would note that Bossche and Yeadon disagree on the what what the Injections will ultimately do to the recipients… and they are far more specialized than Dr K.

          It’s never a good idea to dig in too deeply on a position … if the facts change…

          1. JDPatten

            Facts don’t change. Facts are facts. It’s the misapprehension of reality that shifts its greedy appetite.

        2. Socratic Dog

          As I said above, it’s damn obvious this is a bioweapon (that’s the raison d’etre of “gain of function” research), and thus it is clear that the ubiquitous “they” were well aware that the spike protein was the killer.
          It is thus difficult to see any benevolent intent in this vaccine rollout.

        3. Eric

          Simon, here’s Christian Drosten on that for you (from ). He seems to think the virus is running out of tricks.

          The one potential hole I see is this. T-cells would get better training on a live virus than on manufactured spike proteins because they will also remember other parts of the virus’ surface. Yet previous infection with the wild type virus does not seem to protect from severe, even fatal cases for P1 Manaus. So why would a vaccine?

          We have talked a lot about global vaccine inequality in recent weeks. As long as billions of people have not been vaccinated, this virus can keep mutating. Or will it eventually run out of tricks?
          Presumably, the latter is the case.

          To understand this, we need to talk about the immune system. There are different parts of the immune system that protect us from infection and from disease. Antibodies that protect us from infection wear off quickly and can only recognize the virus in a few places. So we can become infected again relatively soon, especially if the virus has mutated in those very places.

          But we only get sick slightly. The part of the immune system that protects us from disease is much more effective. Therefore, the vaccination probably actually protects us from getting seriously ill for several years. This is due to the so-called T-cells, which have been the subject of constant discussion for the past year: Unlike antibodies, they don’t really care if the virus mutates a little bit: T cells can recognize it on the basis of many different characteristics. So the virus can easily lose a few of its characteristics through mutations.

          So that means: the worries that the virus floating around will mutate and the current vaccinations will soon be worthless are not justified?
          What you can see: The difference between the virus variants that have appeared on different continents is not that big. From a virological point of view, there are good reasons to assume that Sars-2 does not have that much more in store than what it has been able to show us so far. Coronaviruses generally mutate more slowly and to a lesser extent than, for example, influenza viruses, which actually have a much greater pandemic potential. So a mutant that suddenly causes another severe illness in the majority of vaccinated people, I can’t imagine that.

          Translated with (free version)

    2. LA_Bob

      Hi, Simon,

      According to this reference, intra-muscular injection is preferred precisely because muscles are “highly vascularized”, and the substance injected more easily enters the general circulation.

      This sounds as though vaccine-makers don’t care if some of the “injectant” (the lipid nano-particle) migrates to other parts of the body. I’m confused as to whether they should care, because it implies a variety of cells could become spike-protein-makers and thus targets of an immune response. This includes the vascular endothelium.

      Also, the mRNA is supposed to trigger cells (which cells? any cells?) to make and move the spike protein to the cell membrane for “presentation” to the immune system. Was it intended that the protein enter the general circulation, or was there just no concern this could happen? How does it happen? Apparently it does happen. Does it accidentally break off? I’m very confused on this point, too.

      I really wish I could grill someone on these questions to get the whole picture. Kind of leads to an “if…then” scenario. “If you really did something this stupid, then you deserve to be….tarred and feathered.”

      See what I mean?

      1. Gary Ogden

        LA_Bob: They (meaning Trump followed by Biden, along with the political class and the entire “public health” juggernaut) really did something this stupid. I suggest breaking rocks at Leavenworth under a perpetual summer sun might approach an appropriate punishment, but probably too light a sentence.

      2. LA_Bob

        Hi, Gary. In all honesty, I don’t blame Trump or Biden or most of the other politicians for any (potential) vaccine fiasco. The politicians are not medical people. They have to rely on presumably expert advice to guide their actions in the “pandemic”. Their goal is simply to ride out the crisis and try to stay in office. Hopefully not too many people die, because that bodes poorly for the politicians.

        The public health people are another matter. They mostly knew the state of the science (lockdowns don’t work, masks and social distancing are questionable, good treatments and vaccines take time to develop and test). Instead of standing firm on the science, they acquiesced to (or actively promoted) the measures the politicians wanted so it would look as though they were doing “something”.

        With the recent chatter about the Wuhan lab, there may be some deeper issues within public health at the national level (I’m looking at you, Dr Fauci).

        Assessing accountability and finding good solutions going forward is probably going to be impossible. The situation is almost hopelessly complicated, and too many people have big exposed butts to cover. And the news media is no help. Their business thrives on inciting panic and fingering villains. Keeps eyeballs glued to the “news” (and the commercials that follow).

        The clear, concise commentary from people like Dr Kendrick is the sort of thing we peasants need to keep our heads clear. Now we just have to do what we can to keep such folk from being “canceled”.

          1. Eggs ‘n beer

            I do. They have made this the biggest thing since the Cold War, WWII, whatever. It behoves them to at least learn as much about it as possible as many of us here and elsewhere have done, and take some responsibility instead of deferring to the self-proclaimed experts. Instead all they’ve done is throw borrowed money at the problem, increased the suicide, depression and poverty rates with lockdowns, masks, social distancing and pseudo health measures and raised most people’s fear levels to maximum.

    1. traildawg

      One the interesting comments on this video: “What of the possibility of thrombocytopaenia being caused by accidental intravenous vaccination? Altho the WHO recommendations for virtually all vaccines is that they should be given intra-muscularly, only Denmark is recommending aspiration. Therefore there has to be a small risk of accidental intravenous injection.”

  30. songandverse

    Many, many thanks for your hard work in compiling your blogs so that a layman can read and comprehend.
    I stumbled across your blog a couple of months ago. Please know that your efforts help motivate and reassure the seemingly diminishingly small number of “holder-outerers”.
    I live in Germany but have all my family in UK and was gobsmacked when they all told me they were all, from sister up, injected.
    I have written to my sister with a link to this blog and Dr. Bridle’s assertion, that she forward the information to my God-daughter, who is planning on the injection in order to “go on holiday with everybody”.
    Having read what I’ve read and knowing what I know, were I to say nothing: It would be like watching her pull the trigger whilst playing Russian roulette.
    Better to think me a mad-tin-foil hat wearing uncle, than to not stop her thinking about possible side-effects which she is almost certainly not informed about.
    I’ve rabbled on enough.
    Thanks again for your efforts and know them (and similar) the hive-mind would have total control.

  31. theasdgamer

    [Still thrashing about in quicksand. At least I am. At least I am certain about my uncertainties.]

    Looking at proposed SARS-COV-2 targets besides ACE2…


    “A novel betacoronavirus, severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2), which caused a large respiratory outbreak in Wuhan, China in December 2019, is currently spreading across many countries globally. Here, we show that a TMPRSS2-expressing VeroE6 cell line is highly susceptible to SARS-CoV-2 infection, making it useful for isolating and propagating SARS-CoV-2. Our results reveal that, in common with SARS- and Middle East respiratory syndrome-CoV, SARS-CoV-2 infection is enhanced by TMPRSS2.”

    TMPRSS-2 is expressed by epithelial cells, including the nasal epithelium and alveolar cells. Lots of targets and TMPRSS-2 is androgen-responsive, which might help explain the sex-based mortality difference of covid.

    I wonder if SARS-COV-2 doesn’t first infect the nose and from there proceed to the vascular system?

    Even though neuropilin-1 is a potential target of SARS-COV-2, I have read that pathology studies have shown no SARS-COV RNA in the brains of deceased covid patients.

    Protein CD-147 doesn’t look like a target of SARS-COV-2, based on a study.

    1. The New Neander's Physiological Literacy

      You are a rare reader who spotted several sloppy (and frankly irresponsible) statements by Kendrick in this article.
      Indeed, SARS-CoV-2 in most of the cases, first infects epithelial cells of nasopharynx, upper respiratory ways. And for a minority of the infected, it does not spread into lungs. That is why anosmia, or loss of smell, is a common symptom COVID-19.
      TMPRSS2 is not “besides ACE2”. If a cell expresses both ACE2 and TMPRSS2, the infectiousness of SARS-CoV-2 is enhanced. But other receptors for SARS-CoV-2, including CD147, may exist and play a role in tissues that don’t express ACE2.
      This article is full of errors. It also shows that Kendrick does not know how immune system works. Malcolm Kendrick is a thinker but he has lost a lot of credibility by publishing this article. It has been 1.5 years into the epidemic, but Kendrick did not bother to do some basic reading. Strange.
      Kendrick, and many of his elderly patients, probably also get a flu vaccine every year. The current flu vaccines are a fraud, because the majority of people above 50 years of age do not even seroconvert and any protection against infection is unlikely.
      Flu vaccine, as many other vaccines, causes platelet activation, that is, the same or similar phenomenon that Kendrick describes here. Yearly flu vaccination is useless and is as dangerous to Kendrick’s elderly patients as COVID-19 vaccines are. It does not look like Kendrick is aware of this.
      Strange. Disappointing.

      1. Andrew Larwood

        Interesting. If flu vaccines are so useless and as dangerous as you state, why is the NHS always promoting this vaccination programme every winter? BTW, I’ve only ever had one flu jab because I got caught at work, in a hospital, and all NHS workers were encouraged to have it, but never again…… I bleed from the injection site like a stuck pig!!!!

  32. Peter

    Issues with clotting and platelets has already been identified in the recently authorised Janssen vaccine:

    “Thrombosis with thrombocytopenia syndrome
    A combination of thrombosis and thrombocytopenia, in some cases accompanied by bleeding, has been observed very rarely following vaccination with COVID-19 Vaccine Janssen. This includes severe cases of venous thrombosis at unusual sites such as cerebral venous sinus thrombosis (CVST), splanchnic vein thrombosis as well as arterial thrombosis concomitant with thrombocytopenia. Fatal outcome has been reported. These cases occurred within the first three weeks following vaccination, and mostly in women under 60 years of age.”

    The above is taken from the MHRA summary of product characteristics.

  33. Håkan

    Dr Kendrick

    Would then ACE Inhibitors be a friend or foe?

    A year ago Italian doctors pointed out a potential relationship between ACE-I and Covid deaths, but I haven’t head anythin recently.

  34. abamji

    First – the plural of vasculitis is vasculitides (Greek)!
    Vasculitis has been described many times as following a viral infection; I am not certain, but I think that I and my colleague Richard Salisbury were among the first (Bamji and Salisbury, Cytomegalovirus and Vasculitis, BMJ 1978, i, 623-4) – over 40 years ago. Nothing new here then. The mechanism for post-vaccination blood clotting is likely to be due to a reaction either to the spike protein or the carrier adenovirus. However – I wrote to the Britsh Medical Journal on 10th April this year as follows:

    “The pattern of blood clotting with a low platelet count seen after administration of the AstraZeneca vaccine appears identical to the phenomenon of immune thrombocytopenia that was described last year in patients with Covid-19, occurring in over 50% of severe cases in some studies (1). A case report in the BMJ described the clinical management of one such patient (2).
    The Oxford University website says, “The Oxford vaccine contains the genetic sequence of this surface spike protein. When the vaccine enters cells inside the body, it uses this genetic code to produce the surface spike protein of the coronavirus. This induces an immune response, priming the immune system to attack the coronavirus if it later infects the body.” (3) Other vaccines do not use this mechanism. Thus it is likely that the vaccine-induced immune thrombocytopenia is a cross-reaction from the antibodies induced by the spike protein. Other infections are known to trigger the phenomenon (4).
    Immune thrombocytopenia of any cause is commoner in women, so that predisposition alone may account for the female predominance in the vaccine-induced subset.
    Treatment in the form of steroids and intravenous immunoglobulin exists. All that matters therefore is a rapid diagnosis of the problem. A 1 in 100,000 risk of the complication from vaccination is far outweighed by the acquisition of severe Covid-19, in which the same thing is likely to occur anyway, but with other life-threatening consequences on top.
    1. Sukrita Bhattacharjee and Mainak Banerjee. Immune Thrombocytopenia Secondary to COVID-19: a Systematic Review. SN Compr Clin Med. 2020 Sep 19 : 1–11; doi: 10.1007/s42399-020-00521-8. Accessed at
    2. Essam Altowyan, Omar Alnujeidi, Atheer Alhujilan and Mohammed Alkathlan. COVID-19 presenting as thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura (TTP).
    4. Roberto Stasi, Fenella Willis, Muriel S Shannon, Edward C Gordon-Smith. Infectious causes of chronic immune thrombocytopenia. Hematol Oncol Clin North Am . 2009 Dec;23(6):1275-97. doi: 10.1016/j.hoc.2009.08.009. Accessed at

    That’s all rather scientific, but the alarming thing about it is that this phenomenon occurs in up to 50% of patients with severe Covid-19. To me that suggests that it’s something in the spike protein that triggers it. So if the risk of it occurring after vaccination is about 1 in 100,000, but the risk after getting Covid-19 may be as high as 50%, then I know which I prefer. Vaccination may not appeal, but it may be the least bad option, not least as all the other horrid bits of Covid-19 don’t seem to occur.

    Immune thrombocytopenia of this pattern has been described after a number of viral infections, and indeed what we called idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura when I was a student (idiopathic means we don’t know what causes it) may well be a viral reaction in many cases. In any case as long as you recognise it early it’s treatable.

    1. Gary Ogden

      abamji: Thank you very much for this explanation. The glaring flaw, though, in your comparison of covid risk with vaccine risk is this: What percentage of the population became seriously ill with the infection? Certainly it must be less than 1%. The rest have essentially no risk, and those who were infected and recovered likely have lifetime immunity. Yet the vaccines are being forced upon the entire world’s population. So the vaccine-risk calculation is too low by at least two orders of magnitude. And why would anyone be willing to take a medical intervention with no clinical trials even close to completion? And no product liability for manufacturers or governments? And worrisome reports of vaccine injury to the young and healthy? This is madness.

      1. abamji

        All medical interventions have potential side-effects; the trick is to decide whether the benefit outweighs the risk. You are quite right that the overall risk of developing Covid-19 is low; however, the risk of developing it from contact with a low-risk (eg low age patient) if you are high-risk (eg over 70, with a concomitant risk factor such as obesity or diabetes) is very high. In the developing world close contact in overcrowded accommodation is likely to be a very important factor. It may at least in part explain why in the UK Asian groups have been disproportionately affected). So while you may not be at much risk as a younger person you may still be a potential risk, should you acquire the virus, to an older one. It is likely that some of the spread in care homes was from infected staff. I accept the trials so far have all been short-term, but if vaccination breaks the link between acquisition and developing severe illness (as it seems to do from the evidence so far) then there is a population benefit which can’t be ignored.

        1. AhNotepad

          If this jab is so goy, why is there noysuch a great push to vaccinate the world against tuberculosis, which kills far more people?

        2. theasdgamer

          I have no confidence in the vaccine trials. They all look very dodgy. We have no idea of the current false negative rate in the field for covid PCR tests, which likely has changed since the various studies that were done early which the Hopkins studies relied on. We no longer have much time between sample collection and lab testing, so the false negative rate should decline.

          PCR tests show exposure and nothing more. They say nothing about any current ILI. And PCR tests likely undercount exposure.

          With this being the case, there is simply no excuse for not making viral culturing part of the vaccine study design.

          1. anglosvizzera

            Now that the vaccine trials are unblinded and the control groups have been injected, how will anyone be able to know about any longer-term adverse effects? Apart from taking care of my immune system to lower my risk of Covid and therefore hopefully avoiding the need for any “vaccine”, I will be refusing the jab (as are many people I know), in order to be part of a “Public Control Group”. However the cynic in me is wondering whether the pressure on practically all age groups now to get jabbed is to try and hide any future adverse events?

    2. Sasha

      You contradict yourself, it seems. In the first sentence you say that immune thrombocytopenia “occurs in up to 50% of patients with severe Covid-19”. In the very next sentence you say “the risk (of immune thrombocytopenia) after getting Covid-19 may be as high as 50%”.

      So which one is it? Up to 50% of patients with severe Covid-19 or up to 50% of patients with Covid-19?

      1. abamji

        I quote from the first reference in my BMJ piece:

        “The incidence of thrombocytopenia in patients with COVID-19 has been variable across studies. Mild thrombocytopenia has been observed in up to one-third of these patients, with even higher rate in patients with severe disease (57.7%) compared with nonsevere disease (31.6%). A late-onset mild thrombocytopenia (mean time for nadir count from illness onset 28.3 days) for short duration (mean 4.3 days) has also been reported. However, majority did not have any severe degree of thrombocytopenia ( 50% over 24–48 h) as can be seen in patients with immune thrombocytopenia irrespective of inciting event.”

        The article begins “Immune thrombocytopenia, often known as immune thrombocytopenic purpura (ITP), has emerged as an important complication of COVID-19.”

        There is thus a range. Hope this helps.

        1. Sasha

          Yes, but the abstract you provided doesn’t explain your earlier statement: “the risk (of immune thrombocytopenia) after getting Covid-19 may be as high as 50%”.

          What do you mean by “getting Covid-19”? Because it’s an important definition, in my opinion.

    3. Eggs ‘n beer

      Congratulations on your grasp of greek. Perhaps your mathematics needs brushing up on? You say that “this phenomenon occurs in up to 50% of patients with severe Covid-19.” Leaving aside that “up to 50%” isn’t a number that you can base any decision on (is it 1%? 0.007%?38%?) you then state that “but the risk after getting Covid-19 may be as high as 50%,” which doesn’t correlate with your previous statement about the risk applying to patients with severe Covid.

      I think that before you talk about risk you need state some definitions. What severe Covid is, for example. Let’s start with the 50% figure per your ref. 1. Looking at B&B’s paper, they state that mild thrombocytopenia has been observed in up to 57.7% of severe cases. Following through to their reference no.2, we see from table 2 that 90 patients were observed with mild thrombocytopenia out of a total of 1099 patients who were hospitalised. Of those, 173 were regarded as severe cases, but no definition of disease severity is given. Note though that only 67 patients were sufficiently sick to be admitted to ICU, require ventilation or died. Curiously the denominator for the 57.7% calculation is 156, not 173 – I can’t see any explanation for this.

      So, out of 7,736 patients who were hospitalised in China by 29th January 2020, they selected 1099 patients (no criteria given) of whom 90 suffered mild thrombocytopenia. There is really nothing you can take away from this data set. You don’t know how many people in total were sick. I guess what you can surmise is that if you vaccinated 1.4bn Chinese and if 1/100,000 get thrombocytopenia that would be 14,000 cases.

      Case closed.

      Supplementary question: is the risk of 1 in 100,000 the risk per vaccination, or the risk per victim? Because if it is the latter, with two jabs per person the risk could be as high as 1 in 50,000 people.

      1. abamji

        Severe Covid, to me, is the development of signs of a cytokine storm. Both vasculitis and platelet consumption are features of this whether it is caused by SARS-CoV-2 or another trigger (I have seen this and it is not good). The chemistry of severe Covid is a clear indicator that platelet function is seriously altered; this is a phenomenon we used to call disseminated intravascular coagulation, and is a common feature of sepsis. Your point about a range of risk is taken not least because the risk of developing Covid-19 is so much higher in older age groups. The risk of thrombosis from a second vaccination seems (so far) to be very small but you are correct that, given the small numbers, the exact figures may change. But bottom line – the overall risk of a significant vaccine complication is still in my view the safer option than hoping (a) you won’t get infected and (b) if you do, you won’t develop Covid-19

        1. Jerome Savage

          Re. b) my experience may be limited but the infection was & appears to be no big deal. From reports, if someone is dying (ie with the now famous 2.6 serious underlying conditions) then the virus is very dangerous.

        2. Gary Ogden

          abamji: While we do have data concerning covid morbidity and mortality on a population level, though this is certainly unreliable (due to the use of PCR to define a case and a redefinition of cause of death on death certificates [at least in the U.S.] ), we simply cannot know the risk from the vaccines. In the U.S., VAERS picks up <1% of vaccine injuries, and with the climate of fear doctors are now working under, how many will be reporting them? Yet, in five months they have received more than 5,000 reports of death after the covid vaccines, more than the total of all other vaccines over the past fifteen years. It appears that post-marketing surveillance in the UK is no better. We have no long term safety data at all, and no trial data, since none of them are even close to completion. These are truly experimental treatments. They must be questioned.

          1. Eggs ‘n beer

            Yes, and questioned by our leaders. Their beloved experts, to a woman/man, have been proved wrong. Dead wrong. Time to front up BoJo, Biden, Morrison, Ardern etc. and take some responsibility instead of trying to pass the buck to unelected, unknowledgeable unknowns.

        3. theasdgamer

          About 40% of the population has immunity to covid, so it makes no sense for them to get vaccinated for covid.

          We have several effective antiviral treatments for mild covid (maybe a cocktail, optimally), so vaccination is unnecessary for strong protection from covid.

          Covid vaccinations do not prevent infection by SARS-COV-2 nor deaths from covid. Hence, you may just be adding risk with little benefit. Here again, antiviral treatment may be necessary.

          SARS-COV-2 mutates and there are variants that bypass some of the current vaccines, so antiviral treatments and new vaccines will be needed indefinitely.

          T-cell immunity to covid is far superior to the vaccines for protection because it activates before the dangerous antibody response to the spike proteins and it also is a more diverse and robust response than the response produced by the vaccines that rely only on immunity to the spike protein. So, a plan that relies on natural immunity from infection and treatment with antivirals is far better medically than vaccination, in my not-medically-trained-but-self-taught opinion. It also seems that there may be a cross-reaction from T-cell immunity to other coronaviruses, so infection by them may serve to provide T-cell immunity to covid.

          We have good reason to disbelieve the efficacy numbers from vaxx trials because of their flawed design because they used PCR without doing viral culturing when studying viral transmission, so this adds to the uncertainty in the risk/benefit ratio of the vaccines.

          We also have no idea about the long term risk from ADE which may be produced by vaccines, although we have good reason to suspect that ADE may be a problem 2-3 years from now.

          Comparing uncertain vaccine risk to covid risk when the vaccine efficacy number is dodgy is simply silly.

          1. Gary Ogden

            theasdgamer: According to Dr.Robert Malone, there has so far been no ADE signal with any of the vaccines. He said that ADE is specific to the Dengue fever vaccine. What is worrisome to me is the high level of LNP detected in ovaries. He says this may have epigenetic effects (as DES did for the daughters). Crashing fertility may be what we reap from this.

    4. Dr.J.G.

      I think you’d change your mind about naturally acquiring Covid if you read the 20+ peer reviewed studies on Ivermectin that were controlled and double blinded. Check out Piere Kory MD and his body of work.

      1. abamji

        Have seen it – and indeed corresponded with him. I think the ivermectin evidence is still conflicted, but then so much else is!

          1. Eggs ‘n beer

            Not any more. Govt. has removed ivermectin, doxycycline, zinc, hydroxychloroquine and vitamins from the guidelines for Covid treatment. Paracetamol and Beechams Powders. That’s it, folks.

          2. Eggs ‘n beer

            Absolutely. See, the mRNA makes these proteins with spikes, and the proteins stab the parasites and kills ‘em. Dead. Unfortunately there’s some evidence that the proteins are recognising your mitochondria as parasites too, which isn’t good. This, apparently, was totally and utterly unforeseeable.

        1. colinbannon

          Agree Abamji. Well done for sticking your head above the parapet. Trials of ivermectin in developing nations are now going to be confounded by over the counter and black market sales. There may be something in prophylaxis, but it’s a big maybe. Interestingly ivermectin excreted by animals kills dung beetles, a vital part of our ecology.

      2. Eric

        Can you please link to studies you consider convincing? Gary linked one Indian study that failed to impress.

  35. JDPatten

    The COVID cytokine storm.
    Why does it occur?
    Look upstream. The COVID virus attacks endothelia of the lungs, causing a rush of platelets. The result of platelet activity is a rush of serotonin. Excess serotonin is taken up mainly by the lungs. But the vasculature of the lungs is damaged, effectively shutting down alveoli and opening up bypass shunts. There is now no stopping the surge of systemic serotonin.
    So what?
    Well, serotonin is a precursor of any number oh powerful cytokines.
    Now you’ve got rampant inflammation. It’s what happens. Look up “serotonin syndrome” as related to platelets. Look up cyproheptadine.

    Look up Farid Jalali. Read anything he’s written or videoed in the last year. This is a fellow much like a junior Dr. Kendrick. A person who thinks. A person who cares. . . . A person who is shunned by the Controllers.

    Might you have a problem with the fact that he’s “only” a gastroenterologist? Might you have a problem with the fact that he’s Muslim and much of his family is still back in Iran?
    The look to yourself.

    1. theasdgamer

      I didn’t hear Dr. Jalali say anything about cytokine storm. That is really just a symptom of a deeper problem. Massive destruction of platelets is a serious problem, whether serotonin uptake is affected or not.

      The immuno-coagulopathic problem looks like it has several targets, but why not treat early with antivirals and prevent the whole mess?

      1. JDPatten

        “Anti-viral” is the hopefully named drug category that doesn’t exist . . . yet. Not in any sense meaningfully effective.

        If you have not found Jalali’s reference to serotonin as a precursor to cytokines and inflammation, you’ve searched only superficially.

        1. theasdgamer

          Funny how the papers showing benefit from early treatment with HCQ keep popping up. Thousands and thousands of patients receiving benefit.

          Um, I said nothing about Jalali not mentioning serotonin. I said that Jalali didn’t mention cytokine storm.

          Covid kills with micro clots primarily, but sometimes with large clots.

  36. jamesr292

    Dr Kendrick, Do you have an assessment of the outlook for those who are now “fully vaccinated” Do you foresee mass deaths over the next few years that will go on the books as “acceptable risks” ? As a 74 year old parent / grandparent, I don’t see that there is any reason for looking forward.

  37. Lynn

    I don’t understand this part, if someone can explain it. I thought vaccines were made of dead or inert pieces of DNA, and thus work because the immune system learns to recognize/fight the virus? In this case, the immune system recognizes the spike protein. How does the vaccine drive the production of spike proteins?

    We know that vaccines are designed to drive the rapid production of spike proteins that will enter the blood stream specifically to encounter immune cells, in order to create a powerful response that will lead to ‘immunity’ against future SARS-CoV2 infection.

    1. Gary Ogden

      Lynn: I understand it this way: Both the Pfizer and Moderna use lipid-coated nano-particles of messenger RNA (mRNA). Billions of them with each jab. The intention is that the mRNA enters the cells and induces the DNA in the nucleus to produce the spike protein forever more, till death do they part, which is expressed on the cell surface for the immune cells lurking in the vicinity to recognize and attack. I know it sounds like science fiction. Science it certainly is not. It is an hypothesis certain researchers have been salivating over for more than a decade. It has made nine new billionaires in the U.S., and caused uncounted and uncountable suffering in those of its victims. The AZ and J&J use an adenovirus vector with the intent to cause the same thing.

      1. veryver

        Yes, these vaccines are like nothing that has come before. Are the AZ and J&J vaccines also using messenger RNA? I thought they were different.

      2. Doug from Canada

        Hi Gary,

        Can you confirm the (till death do they part) part?

        My understanding is that the lipid contains both the genetic instructions for the spike and the instructions for the cell to manufacture one spike after which the foreign material is ejected from the cell. It would take a reverse transcription of the RNA to incorporate the spike instructions into the DNA and this has yet to be shown as happening here to the best of my knowledge.

        1. Gary Ogden

          Doug from Canada: I don’t really know how any of this works, so disregard my comment. In the Dark Horse podcast Richard posted, Dr. Robert Malone talks about this, but I’m a visual learner, so I’m real fuzzy about what happens when the lipid nanoparticle reaches the cell. He does say the spike protein is expressed on the surface of the cell, but how it gets there I’m uncertain of. I highly recommend watching the podcast. It’s long-3+ hours-but riveting.

    2. Dr.J.G.

      Lynn, vaccines in the past are as you correctly described, dead or inert pieces of DNA, viral or bacterial, and these yielded immunity. Comparing that prior technology to the technology in the modified RNA (hence the company name ModeRNA, which by the way never made a vax in its history) would be a big mistake. We should all see a red flag when the WHO changes the definition of Vaccine prior to the roll out of this pseudo-vaccine (to fit the agenda), so that a vax NOW no longer has to provide immunization, it just has to render an antibody response, and no longer has to use all or part of the viral pathogen. This is called moving the goal-posts.
      The recipient of the Modern RNA style vax has cells that now have coding for the output of the enemy Spike protein. What cells? Well, not just the myocytes of the deltoid, I’m afraid. How ’bout endothelial cells or greater alveolar cells? Not good. And lastly, antibody production is not the be all end all of immunity; it’s a mere narrow portion of B cell immunity, and when created from a jab to the deltoid vs. natural entry into the nasopharyngeal tract, it lacks cross-over immunity from cell mediated T cell response which includes dendritic cells, MALT, NK cells, cytotoxic cells, T Helper cells, Interferon, etc etc. That’s how you “create a powerful response that will lead to immunity’, not from a jab.

      1. mmec7

        This will stuff up pharma, their fact-checkers and their money bag paymasters.
        New discovery shows human cells can write RNA sequences into DNA
        And, in a newsletter that arrived this morning, Prion was mentioned :-

        “This is what Stephanie Seneff, professor of immunology at MIT, the largest scientific university in the world, points out . According to a recently published article, the side effects of the vaccination are likely to be far more serious than the pandemic itself. With “on the menu”, serious or long-term pathologies such as circulatory problems, degenerative and autoimmune diseases [3] . Not to mention that the virus’s “spike” protein, injected with the vaccine, turns out to be a Prion, the same species of molecule that turns the brain into a sponge in mad cow disease.”
        ————————————— ##
        I don’t know IF the Prion aspect has been verified – IF it has, then…holy-moly. Look to the blood banks. In France, Brits may not be blood donors due to the mad cows’ disease of yesteryear : all Brits are considered as possible carriers of the disease. OK. So, what the hell are they playing at with this mRNA that is known to play havoc with the body, appalling side effects that are being totally down-played ! It aint a vaccine, it is an experimental toxic chemical.

        Posted: 11 Jun 2021 02:40 PM PDT

        In a discovery that challenges long-held dogma in biology, researchers show that mammalian cells can convert RNA sequences back into DNA, a feat more common in viruses than eukaryotic cells.
        Thomas Jefferson University. “New discovery shows human cells can write
        RNA sequences into DNA.” ScienceDaily. ScienceDaily, 11 June 2021.

  38. Debra

    Love reading your blog and ALL the comments.
    As someone with super high platelets (ET) this is really interesting.
    I have avoided the jab so far. Interestingly, on a patient forum of like patients, a number of them have had the jab quickly followed by significantly lower platelets in subsequent blood tests. Now I am not so sure that is a good thing 😦
    I don’t think our hematologists have a clue either. I asked my MPN expert which one she would recommend for someone at risk of both clots and/or hemorrhaging, and she just said take whatever your given, they’re all fine. Think I’ll wait for the results of the phase III trials to be completed.

    Thank you for keeping us informed.
    I look forward to adding your latest book to my collection when its finished.

    Wishing you all the very best.

    1. Lou

      Debra, I am also in the same boat as you. V recently diagnosed ET Jak2 +ve, platelets only 520ish and currently only taking aspirin but Haematologist had proposed hydroxycarbamide. I’m v reluctant to start taking the latter given that it will compromise my immune system and I don’t feel that is a good idea at the moment. I had avoided the ‘vaccine’ given all I’d read about the spike protein and the more I read the more reluctant I become. However I now find myself classed as having an ‘underlying health condition’ and hence more vulnerable should I have the misfortune to get COVID. It’s not a position I like being in, but like yourself, I’d rather wait.

      1. AhNotepad

        Lou, might it be your underlying health condition might be a reason for NOT having strange unproven substances injected, at least until the phase 3 trials end, and the data is published?

        1. Mike Coker

          Are you saying don’t take the vaccine because it doesn’t work or because the satanic cult want you to take it

          1. Gary Ogden

            Mike Coker: It is not a “satanic cult” promoting mass vaccination, but a very sophisticated marketing operation by a powerful industry and enabled by governments using funds from their treasuries and nearly all the media. If you research the history of the vaccine-producing companies, with the exception of Moderna, which has never before produced or marketed a product, all of them have routinely been convicted of fraud, bribery, and deceptive marketing, and have paid billions in fines. So, while not “satanic,” it cannot be argued that the executives of these firms have a moral compass. The money they’ve made from these vaccines is absolutely eye-watering. And none of them have any liability exposure. It’s all gravy.

          2. Fast Eddy

            You would have thought the greedy shareholders of these businesses might have something to say about greedy Pharma messing up their businesses to line their pockets!!!

            Aviation industry estimated to lose more than $94 billion. This reduction in travellers is estimated to equate to a loss in revenue of more than $94 billion by the end of 2021

            Global revenue for travel and tourism is estimated to decrease by 34.7% to an estimated $447.4 billion. The original 2020 forecast was $712 billion in revenue.

            Not only are consumers traveling less, but they’re also dining out less. Statista reports that the “year-over-year decline of seated diners in restaurants worldwide was a staggering 41.36% on August 23, 2020.”


          3. AhNotepad

            Mike Coker, read what I said. That is what I said, not what you are appear to be trying to twist it into.

          4. Mike Coker

            From your previous comments it seems that the satanic cult of the rich is taking over the world
            When you cry wolf too often , well you know it goes

          5. Mike Coker

            I have no time for the establishment- loving BBC, but also no time for your conspiracy theory BS
            Satanic cults? HO HO

          6. Leila

            I don’t think you are being fair to Ah Notepad, his comments have been mostly pretty reasonable and sane as far as I can tell

          7. Mike Coker

            Leila, believe it or not but Bill Gates and his cronies might or might not be part of a satanic cult. How sane is that claim. Also i seem to remember AHwhatsit claiming that RT is a fair and reliable channel that even sometimes criticises Putin LOL If i misremember any of this then i apologise most sincerely but i don’t think i’m wrong

          8. Leila

            I just wonder why it bothers you so much, it doesn’t affect me what he, or anybody else writes.

          9. Eric

            Gary, in Europe, they all have liabiltiy exposure (for whatever that is worth). Also BioNTech is similar to Moderna in that they have never made a vaccine or actually any kind of blockbuster drug before. They just teamed up with Pfizer because they needed a partner with experience in the trials and mass production.

  39. Mildred

    The winning formula has not changed – check out Fauci, HIV, AIDS and AZT. The cure kills its victims with identical pathologies to the disease. The virus was only connected to the disease by association but promoted as evidence by Pharma. It was this process that alerted Kary Mullis to the scam who then called out Fauci as a fraud for the next decade, mostly due to his abuse of the PCR technology to find an AIDS epidemic where none existed.

  40. Lissa

    My friends’ parents were both hospitalised in Glasgow the day after receiving the vaccine. Her dad developed blood clots on his lungs and what they said was a ruptured ulcer … ie quite severe bleeding in his gut. Your article explains exactly why he had these symptoms and they eventually killed him but not within the usual 28 days post vaccine which would be recorded.

    I think it’s so interesting that the government brought in legislation protecting drug companies from deaths and injuries to patients only last summer. It seems there have been thousands of deaths from the vaccine, and we have no idea what the long term effects will be.

    1. Prudence Kitten

      “I think it’s so interesting that the government brought in legislation protecting drug companies from deaths and injuries to patients only last summer”.

      I am emphatically not a lawyer or anything of the kind. But as a reasonably intelligent Scot, I am extremely keen on logic and fairness.

      Aren’t there precedents for such obviously unjust laws being struck down – or at least overriden – in court?

      If a government forces someone to have the “vaccine”, and it kills them. Someone, it seems to me, is most definitely culpable and ought to be punished. Either the manufacturer who sold a dangerous product, or the government that encouraged the sale (and made laws to give the manufacturer impunity). Probably both.

      Surely there will be a court case where a jury, or enlightened judges, find against the wrongdoers regardless of what laws (themselves criminal) are on the statute book?

      1. MalcolmC

        Hmm, interesting thought. I doubt it would work (based on absolutely no expertise at all!) but it would be nice to see someone try.
        So there’s this story, there was the young man with muscular dystrophy that died here in Scotland, I recently discovered that a friend with immune related complaints experienced severe bruising (I believe he was hospitalised) … it seems there are a considerable number of people getting severe reactions and yet authorities still insist that even people at low risk should get vaccinated 😦

  41. Margot Kenny

    Thank you for so taking the time to put together this informative post. I find your blog so helpful as a lay person with little scientific education, to understand the mechanics of what is happening. Without people like you, many of us would be completely in the dark. Also all of the comments, a library in itself!

  42. Martin Back

    Tank you Dr Kendrick for a clear and informative article.

    I’m trying to visualise what happens at the site of the vaccine injection.

    E.g.the Pfizer vaccine comes as a vial of frozen lipid nanoparticles that look like powder. To prepare the injection, they gently agitate the vial, add 1.8 mL of 0.9% saline solution, and gently agitate again, ending with a cloudy emulsion of lipid nanoparticles in a saline carrier solution.

    For each jab they withdraw 0.3 mL of the emulsion and inject it into a muscle. A sphere 8.3 mm in diameter has a volume of 0.3 mL. So within the muscle you end up with a little ball of saline solution 8.7 mm across, under a fair amount of pressure. That ball has to diffuse to… where?

    As the saline ball diffuses it brings the lipid nanoparticles closer to the muscle cells. The nanoparticles pick up bits of protein etc floating around in the intracellular fluid. These proteins surround it like a halo. From the cell’s point of view, it sees a fuzzy ball of protein etc approaching.

    These nanoparticles are really very small, typically less than 100 nm in diameter. A biggish cell like a muscle cell would typically have a diameter of 100 µm, i.e. about 1,000 times bigger than a nanoparticle. Even a small cell like a red blood cell at 7 µm is 70 times bigger than a nanoparticle.

    So the muscle cell has no problem engulfing and swallowing the lipid nanoparticle by a process called endocytosis. The lipid breaks down and releases the mRNA it was carrying, and the mRNA starts doing its [life-saving/dastardly] work.

    But back to the ball of saline slowly diffusing in the muscle… Surely a percentage of the lipid nanoparticles go with the saline and must escape the confines of the muscle and wander about, to be engulfed by cells at random spots around the body, which in turn start manufacturing and spreading spike proteins?

    1. Martin Back

      “Tank you…” Now that was an unfortunate typo, although I suspect certain people are planning to tank you.

      Should read, “Thank you…”

    2. LA_Bob

      Tank you, Martin Back.

      I’ve been looking for a good source which describes exactly how the mRNA vaccine is supposed to work. I seem to have been looking in the wrong places, so I appreciate your comment, and I hope it gets some answers — with good references.

  43. 1selectstart

    A hypothesis that is a humongous stretch……So I have past history studying and using anabolic steroids. In doing so, I’ve learned how the body can sense levels of testosterone being too high, and shut off the signal from the brain to the testes to make any more. Also, the brain can be tricked into sending a signal to the testes to produce testosterone by taking a chemical that mimics estrogen but that doesn’t produce all of the estrogenic effects. My point: This cannot be the only feedback system in our body to maintain homeostasis/balance of a given hormone or chemical or for that matter any other kind of function that needs regulating within a certain tolerance the body inherently knows is where it will stay alive being in.

    So, my theory is that these spike proteins break down the blood vessel walls, causing bleeding, which then platelets come in large numbers to try and fix, but then the platelets somehow get confused by our immune system as being the spike protein / intruder, so then the immune system begins to kill off the platelets, and death sometimes results before the platelet level is zero, just low. I did read multiple reports (I think at least 10 before I stopped reading), of people of all ages who died shortly (within 3 weeks) of being Covid 19 vaccinated, who were found to have either EXTREMELY low platelet counts or counts of literally zero when they died. Some of these people were found to have very low platelets about a week before they died, and even when given transfusions, it hardly made any dent at all in their platelet count.

    Either the spike protein itself has some kind of molecular similarity to platelets OR the platelets are extremely susceptible to spike attaching via ACE2 (I don’t know if platelets even have ACE2 receptors or not). But I think it is one scenario or the other. You have two systems working against eachother in their own respective feed back loops. One system somehow senses the breaking down of the blood vessel walls, and sends in large amounts of platelets, then the other system, our immune system, is trying to find out what is making the damage happen and gets the mugshot wrong and decides the platelets are working in cahoots with the spike proteins. The two systems don’t have a very good means of figuring out the mess together, so it ends up bad.

    Kind of off topic a little but…
    My Dad was hospitalized about 10 days after his second Pfizer dose, with “gas in the liver”, which the doctors kept him for two days and his symptoms of severe stomach pain, weakness, nausea, bloating, throwing up and diarrhea eventually cleared up. Doctors had zero idea what caused it. I had never even heard of gas in the liver, then I read about it and one of the two major classes of causes, has a 70%+ mortality rate. I’m glad he is alive, but wonder did somehow the spike proteins end up being made in his liver, where there was some kind of bad immune response?

    1. Fast Eddy

      I contacted the local clinic and asked some questions about the Injection …. they have no problem with Injecting me with an untested substance… so I said ok — I’ll come in for this but I also want a cocktail of TESTED substances… injected … including HGH and various anabolic steroids… they said — we can’t do that….

      Oh — so you can give me untested stuff — but the stuff that’s been around for years with documented side-effects that’s a no go…..

      How bizarre!

    2. Dr.J.G.

      See if this helps you. The part of the negative feedback loop you might miss is the the shut off mechanism for the clotting, that is also under attack. So, without anti-thrombin and its vital pathway working in ones favor, you can’t stop or reverse the clot process. And it relates to cytokines elevating during the entire inflammatory process, cytokine storm, yielding more platelets, more clots…that’s the fat kid on the see-saw. The gas in the liver is from propylene Glycol, ingredient the shot, and Yes his hepatocytes and endothelial cells in the liver can be producing spike proteins. Best regards.

  44. Greg Hill

    This leaves me wondering, have any studies been done of possible interactions between taking ACE2 Inhibitor medications and either SARS-COV-2 infection or the experimental gene therapies (so-called “vaccines”) that cause the body to manufacture the ACE2 receptor-targeting spike proteins?

  45. Tarl

    It’s a real dilemma for people with existing heart disease. They tell you that you are at particular risk of death if you get covid. Yet one suspects that it’s… not good… to have vaccine-generated clots if your vascular system is already damaged. Moreover, if you are a heart patient and you die after having the vaccine, the authorities will certainly say “oh well, it was the pre-existing heart disease that did it, not the jab.” Has there been any analysis of people with CVD who got the vaccination?

    Another thing I’ve been thinking about – ordinarily, the safety trial would have to observe the vaccine recipients and the placebo group for two years. But now the EUA exists, I suspect the drug companies will say, “no need to keep doing the trial” and pull the plug. They may even have the temerity to insist that the placebo group deserves vaccination “on ethical grounds” thus polluting the study results.

    1. Gary Ogden

      Tari: This has already happened in the U.S., I believe with the Pfizer trials, which have been unblinded, and the control group offered the vaccine. The only placebo-controlled trial which I know of was conducted in South Africa, and the results were not favorable. All the rest of the trials have used another vaccine as comparator, as is routine in vaccine trials. God help us.

      1. Eggs ‘n beer

        You’ve confused vaccines – very easy to do! It was AZ that used the ACWY vaccine as the control, except for the SA trial involving only 2,070 participants of whom, as you say, the trial was “inconclusive”, vaxxspeak for as many in the vaccine group got Covid as the saline group. Pfizer and Moderna vaccine trials both used saline. There is an AZ trial underway in the US (who seem to insist on saline, maybe that’s why it’s not approved even for emergency use there yet).

  46. Sasha

    I heard from a reputable source that a major hospital in a major metropolitan area in the US has put a protocol in place to deal with all the cases of pericarditis and myocarditis in patient population they normally don’t see it in. Presumably developed post-vax. And I assume if that hospital has such a protocol, other hospitals do as well.

  47. Chancery Stone

    I’ve been saying this – that there could be many, MANY more blood clotting deaths from this further down the line but they will just go unnoticed, possibly for decades – since the ‘blood clotting events’ first appeared. And given the hysteria to push the vaccine onto everyone, especially the elderly, who no-one questions having strokes and the like, they will definitely not be rushing to admit it might be happening. I SO want to say ‘I old you so’ right now…. I sincerely hope we are both horribly wrong.

  48. Cookie Boy

    Thankyou for this excellent article, if only the mainstream media fulfilled their role and informed instead of scare.

    What I want to know is will the immune system be “primed” to overreact to a Covid virus whenever one appears in the future after the vaccine?

    I noticed in Australia that 210 people have died after the jab (not saying it was that that killed them) compared with 1 person from Wuhan virus in the same period?

    I also noticed that 109 of those people died from Pfizer even though Astra Zeneca was the bulk of the jabs given?

  49. James

    Calculator from Oxford Univ to estimate the risk of death from COVID, although not for clinical or commercial use of course … For a healthy 35 y old male, e.g. my nephew, the estimated mortality risk seems to be <1:110,000. Presumably even lower for a healthy 35-40 y old female? This is miniscule.

    It is surely stark staring mad for a person to take any vaccine if the risk of death from vaccine is higher than the above risk of death from COVID? Coronavirus vaccines also seem to offer more long-term unknowns than the unknowns from COVID. I'll pass for now, thanks.

    Also, if we wanted a 'safe' vaccine for SARS-CoV-2, wouldn't we consider developing a shot of a standard common cold coronavirus, or a blend of them? These viruses are surely related to COVID-19 roughly as cow pox was to smallpox?

  50. Clathrate

    Thank you Dr K for another extremely informative blog – as I’ve been in the office rather than WFH, I’ve printed a copy in A3 for a detailed read later and so that I can then pass on the copy for my parents and relatives to read. Though it will be ‘heavy’ going, I’m pleased to say some are developing enough nonce to know that it is not conveying ‘good news’.

    [My Dad (in his 80’s) gets a bit of jip from his 3 golfing mates about not having had the jab {aside – one of them developed bad rashes on his legs which he denied could have possibly been connected to the jab}. My Dad brought up the subject of blood clots this week and said that they all went silent to his questions – I have no doubt that this latest blog will add to Dad’s ammunition even if he doesn’t get much of the terminology.]

    I’ve been researching the spike protein issue & shedding, including watching & listening to various videos / interviews involving some of speakers mentioned in the comments above (& in the previous blog entry), and typing up notes. I try to avoid getting stuck in an echo chamber by seeking opposite opinions and, as one e.g., I keep up with a ‘blue tick’ Yank Professor who describes himself as ‘viruses, viruses, viruses and vaccines’.

    I remain firmly in the camp (which has been unwavering since I first looked at & studied the Diamond Princess) that Covid-19 is nothing much to be concerned about for anyone who is not old &/or has comorbidities in the same way that nobody was particularly worried if anyone soldiered on coughing and spluttering in the office (aside – pre-Covid a colleague was coughing her guts away in the office and someone piped up ‘hurry up and die’ – I don’t think anyone would dare to cough now).

  51. Tara OSullivan

    Thank you for the great work you are doing to educate people. Kind regards. Tara OSullivan

    On Thu., Jun. 3, 2021, 2:19 a.m. Dr. Malcolm Kendrick, wrote:

    > Dr. Malcolm Kendrick posted: ” 3rd June 2021 When COVID19 came along I was > in the midst of writing my latest book on heart disease. What causes it – > and what does not. One section I was working on covers the wide range of > conditions known as the vasculitis(es). I could immediate” >

  52. CK

    Off-topic, but this article claims that lawsuits will be filed soon against those responsible for the “Plandemic”. Reiner Fullmeich is the lawyer, who successfully sued VW for their diesel fuel scam.

    Fullmeich believes this is a Great Reset, and has been in the works for at least 10 years. If true, then they’re apparently trying to depopulate the world to stave off global warming.

    1. Prudence Kitten

      “If true, then they’re apparently trying to depopulate the world to stave off global warming”.

      That would be tragically ironic if true, as the world is actually more likely to be facing global cooling.

      But no doubt they know that perfectly well. I think it’s more a question of keeping the world uncluttered and leaving more resources for the rich and powerful.

      1. Gary Ogden

        Prudence: Except the rich and powerful will still need a large caste of serfs to collect their garbage, clean their toilets, paint their boats, etc.

      2. CK

        I’ve now become a conspiracy theorist and believe this is a Plan-demic. Fuellmich says a whistle-blower told him that COVID-19 was planned, starting in August 2019, because Europe is nearly broke due to its bloated pensions. (Bill Gates held his infamous Event 201 in October 2019, which said the next pandemic would be a coronavirus and lockdowns/social distancing, etc. would be necessary.) Below is a chilling quote from a commenter on that provides another motive for the Great Reset:

        “The following statements, which were made in 1981 by powerful international banker and unapologetic eugenicist, Jacques Attali, are taken from Interviews with Michel Salomon – The Faces of the Future, Seghers edition, which was published in France by Emi Lit when Attali was a senior adviser to French President, Francoise Mitterand:

        “In the future it will be a question of finding a way to reduce the population. We will start with the old, because as soon as it exceeds 60-65 years man lives longer than he produces and costs society dearly, then the weak and then the useless who do nothing for society because there will be more and more of them, and especially the stupid ones. Euthanasia targeting these groups; euthanasia will have to be an essential instrument of our future societies, in all cases. We cannot of course execute people or set up camps. We will get rid of them by making them believe it is for their own good. Too large a population, and for the most part unnecessary, is something economically too expensive. Socially, it is also much better for the human machine to come to an abrupt halt rather than gradually deteriorating. We won’t be able to run intelligence tests on millions and millions of people, you can imagine! We will find something or cause it, a pandemic that targets certain people, a real economic crisis or not, a virus that will affect the old or the fat, it doesn’t matter, the weak will succumb to it, the fearful and the stupid will believe it and ask to be treated. We will have taken care to have planned the treatment, a treatment that will be the solution. The selection of idiots will thus be done on its own: they will go to the slaughterhouse on their own.”

        1. Prudence Kitten

          “…then the weak and then the useless who do nothing for society because there will be more and more of them, and especially the stupid ones”.

          So they’ll start with the politicians?

  53. Fast Eddy

    The common cold is a virally related syndrome and has been associated with over 100 different viruses, including Human Coronavirus and Rhinovirus. Common symptoms include throat discomfort , followed by sneezing, runny nose, nasal congestion, coughing and decreased energy level. Fever is uncommon with colds, except in young children.

    FINALLY – we will now have a vaccine for the common cold … because we now know how to vaccinate against the coronavirus.

    This has been a long time coming.

    1. Prudence Kitten

      Very amusing, Eddy! (Just in case anyone takes your comment seriously).

      I am reminded of the old story about German school teacher who was known for his sarcasm. There was a boy in his class who was usually far behind in comprehension, and felt humiliated by never knowing the answers to questions the teacher asked. Sometimes, when he saw a lot of hands go up, he too would put up his hand to make it appear that he was in the know. If called upon, as a last resort he would say that he had known the answer, but had forgotten it.

      One day, the teacher asked, “My children, who can tell me the fundamental nature of electricity?” Thinking that sounded pretty straightforward, little Hans’s hand shot up – before he noticed that he was completely alone.

      Turning to Hans, the teacher asked kindly, “Well Hans, please explain to us the fundamental nature of electricity”.

      Hans, following his usual escape route, replied “I am very sorry, mein Herr; I did know the answer – but I have forgotten”.

      Turning dramatically to the class, the teacher said, “Lament, my children, weep and tear your garments! Only two people have ever known the fundamental nature of electricity: the Herr Gott and this child – and he has forgotten!”

  54. Dr.J.G.

    The good doctor sounds just like a few in the U.S. such as Peter McCullough, Eileen Natucci, and most like Richard Fleming PhD MD JD. We need to put them all in a room with Robert F Kennedy Jr and Reiner Fuellmich, Esqs and start the Nuremberg 2.0 hearings…please…fast!

  55. elliott

    So, if people have taken a double dose of the mrna covid vaccines, what might they do to try to protect themselves from potential threatening side effects such as blood clots? Would things like baby aspirin help, for example? Advice, suggestions, debate much appreciated.

    1. garethhawker

      Some people are suggesting that pine needle tea may be beneficial;

      It also seems to make sense to take large multi-gram doses of vitamin C:
      “Inflammation cannot exist where there is no vitamin C deficiency. Pathophysiologically, inflammation and vitamin C deficiency are the same.”

      These strike me as worth reading, in the absence of lack of any other suggestions. I am no expert, so this is definitely not advice.

    2. Gary Ogden

      elliot: Personally, I never take aspirin or any other over-the-counter drug, and pharmaceuticals only rarely. But DHA is a powerful anticoagulant, so my suggestion is eat more fatty fish. I eat fish 3-4 times a week.

      1. Sasha

        Gary: “Malignant Medical Myths”, written by a biochemistry PhD who spent decades in drug development, goes in great detail into why taking aspirin preventatively is a really bad idea. Based largely on pharma’s manipulation of trial data, surprise surprise…

        1. Gary Ogden

          Sasha: Yes, that book is where I learned about aspirin, statins, blood pressure drugs, the perils of intense exercise, and much more! Essential reading for those who wish to have good health.

          1. Sasha

            I actually think it’s the reverse. I played sports myself and treated professional athletes. High intensity sports aren’t good for the body. I think milking cows and tending a garden is much easier on your body.

      2. Eric

        PUFA, even if from fish rather than seed oils, are definitely a double edged sword, and their trailing edge seems to cut all the sharper. Peter at hyperlipid blog seems to hate all PUFA equally and with reason (they are chemically unstable junk). Here’s a few other links:,or%20taking%20the%20fewest%20supplements.

  56. Paul Shawcroft

    I think I have seen a video of you saying that the body runs out of vitamin c during covid heart inflammation. What would be the effect of high vitamin c supplementation on the process you have described above?

      1. AhNotepad

        If the vitamin C is running out particularly after vaccination, that indicates something in the “vaccine” has to be neutralised. Vitamin C is used to get rid of any toxin, and the reserves must be kept up to deal with them. This means supplements will be needed as food alone will not give enough. Read “Curing the Incurable” by Tom Levy.

      2. Prudence Kitten

        I am not a doctor and I have no medical or scientific qualification. But this is what I have learned by reading; your mileage may vary.

        According to Linus Pauling, there is no danger in any dose of Vitamin C – no matter how big. There are practical difficulties, the most obvious and unpleasant of which is loose bowels. (And they can be REALLY loose, as in “never leave your house”).

        With most healthy people, Pauling’s recommended daily dose of 6 grams or so will not cause loose bowels. (It is better to take it in two or more doses – e.g. morning and evening – with food). He calculated 6 grams by finding out how much Vitamin C other animals (which can still make it for themselves) synthesize, and adjusting for weight.

        As the dose is increased to 10 or 20 grams, many healthy people will start to feel the consequences and will back off sharpish.

        When a person is extremely ill, however, vast doses of as much as 100 gram/day have been tolerated without causing loose bowels or other side effects. It seems that sickness or other stress rapidly depletes Vitamin C, so the body will absorb all you can give it.

        Above 10-20 grams/day, however, it can’t be adequately absorbed by mouth, so it’s better for a doctor to inject it or administer it by drip if the patient is hospitalised.

        1. Tarl

          One often sees “expert” guidance to the effect that after taking more than one gram of vitamin C per day, absorption falls off and the unabsorbed excess is excreted in the urine. Does the Pauling protocol take into account that not all of the 5g you take after the first gram will be absorbed?

          1. Prudence Kitten

            Very sorry not to have replied sooner, Tarl. The “expert” guidance to which you refer looks like standard operating procedure used to fend off anything new or different – or, especially, unprofitable.

            As they say, “absence of evidence is not evidence of absence”. It seems to be quite true that excess Vitamin C is excreted in the urine. But that raises the question of what is “excess”. The establishment assumes, in the case of unprofitable or free remedies, that there is no benefit unless it has been formally demonstrated and written up in peer-reviewed papers.

            But the advocates of 6g daily doses suggest that the RDA (about 60 mg) is actually just the amount necessary to stave off unmistakeable signs of scurvy! As scurvy is the final stage of decay before death, it seems possible that larger amounts might be a good precaution. Just look at all the roles that Vitamin C plays: a precursor of collagen – the most abundant protein in the body, making up about one third of the total – an important antioxidant, and an indispensable resource for the immune system.

            And there is Pauling’s argument: that almost all other animals make their own Vitamin C, at the rate of about 6g/day for a typical adult human. He even asked around zoos, and found that they gave their apes far more Vitamin C than the RDA!

            Pauling might have been wrong, but I am inclined to give a double Nobel Prize winner the benefit of the doubt.

            Oh – as for the “expensive urine”, I get ascorbic acid for about £17/kg, which lasts me about 100 days. A cost of about 17p/day. What’s more, there is some evidence that as the Vitamin C goes through your urinary tract, it does a useful service by killing bacteria and other nasties that may be lurking there.

            Where else would you get such a great deal? 😎

  57. Mad Matts

    I grew up with vasculitides. I’m sure I have never actually uttered the word in my life.
    Great post, and writings generally. Thanks Malcolm.

    For 40 years I have been injecting people in muscles with antibiotics, opiates and anti-inflammatories, antipsychotics and sedatives, B12, vitamin K, hormones, steroids, ketamine, adrenaline – and yes, vaccines – precisely because we know the injection goes everywhere the blood goes, and often quickly. How stupid do they think we are, to suppose the co-vaxes would confine themselves to shoulder base? About as stupid as believing the mRNA will never end up in the DNA? Anyone for integrase, reverse transcriptase, transfection, aeons of viral insertions?

    The vioxx “debacle” was laughable because a quick look at essential fat pathways and you see that if you block COX2 you will make more aggressive leucotrienes, especially B4, which inflames arteries. Undergrad stuff, and the Merck chemists would have known. I’m still surprised that celebrex si still around; maybe an undergrad can tell me why…

    Similarly I once went to a lavish Glaxo-sponsored dinner for rosaglitazone, where the turncoat GP-turned-“medical director” in my little country mentioned the side effect of weight gain, from a drug s’posed to increase insulin sensitivity. I challenged him, in front of his bad-tempered handlers and numerous other GPs just wanting to get to desert, and goaded him to produce a slide that was supposed to blind us with pathway science, but which told me if you inhibit PPARs you can expect trouble. Sure enough, after a few years GSK settled for around 1300 suits following heart attacks, some fatal.

    Thanks for reading, and keep your wits about you everyone.

  58. tiltrecordings

    Very nice and detailed aritcle, thank you.
    Please correct the following typo:
    “This is because the blood is always ready to clot, at any time, and if you take away some of vital the anti-clotting mechanisms,” — some of the vital

  59. Penny

    Oh, the irony: India has ordered 300 million doses of an unapproved coronavirus vaccine amid a devastating second wave.
    The unnamed vaccine from Indian firm Biological E is in Phase 3 trials, and had showed “promising results” in the first two phases, the federal government said in a statement.

  60. The Dim Appear

    Many thanks for this post.

    I’m struggling with it a little and have a few questions: –

    1) How does the body remove an mRNA vaccine as it wouldn’t be there naturally?
    2) Do the vaccines cause all cells to produce the spike protein?
    3) How can the vaccine not enter the bloodstream?
    4) Do the cells producing the spike protein get damaged during the process?
    5) Is the functioning of cells producing the spike protein affected in any other way?
    6) What stops the process of spike protein formation?

    If the immune system does create additonal clotting after vaccination would we start to see a rise in deaths from cardiovascular disease or strokes and would these deaths be recorded as COVID if the person tested positive prior to death?

    1. Chad

      1. Your body naturally produces mRNA for creating proteins. So, the mRNA from the vaccine gets processed by cells to produce the spike protein.
      2. Only the cells that have taken in the mRNA.
      3. It possibly could.
      4. They are ultimately destroyed by the immune system as they appear to be infected.
      5. Technically no, but they will by destroyed.
      6. When the cells are done processing the mRNA from the vaccine.

      Unless one believes that the vaccines are designed for something other than dealing with sars/covid, a person may react to the vaccine in a similar fashion to how they would have reacted to the actual virus, other than the vaccine gets processed and ends whereas the virus will replicate for much longer.

      If you believe the virus is not a threat, then the vaccine should be less so, since the vaccine is a subset of the virus.

      1. Eggs ‘n beer

        No. Totally wrong. The vaccine is a greater threat than the virus, because your innate immune system is bypassed by the vaccination process. A healthy immune system is providing a response as soon as the virus touches your skin or mucous membranes through the Langerhans cells. Long before the virus enters the bloodstream. Injecting the vaccine directly into the muscle, and hence directly into the bloodstream (unless there are any muscles totally devoid of a blood supply, lol), defies logic.

      2. AhNotepad

        The virus goes in through the airways in general, and meets several immune system gatekeepers. The inoculation bypasses some of the gatekeepers, so you cannot say the innoculation is less of a risk than the virus.

  61. gaby5

    Thankyou for continuing to write.I find your posts very interesting.Regards Gaby NewmanSent from my Galaxy

  62. clannmer

    Thank you for another informative article. Can I ask a question of you or anyone that might have an insight about one part I don’t understand- it seems to suggest the spike protein is designed to enter the bloodstream rather than stay adhered to the surface of the cell.

    ‘We know that vaccines are designed to drive the rapid production of spike proteins that will enter the blood stream specifically to encounter immune cells, in order to create a powerful response that will lead to ‘immunity’ against future SARS-CoV2 infection’.

  63. Jon H

    The word is Vasculitides …
    No offence, but as a fellow GP, think you should have known that 🙂

        1. anglosvizzera

          Lol – I don’t know what spelling it is because in Britain it’s “humorous”! I guess he was getting confused with “humerus” (maybe because it’s “humerus”? “Funny bone”?)

          1. Gary Ogden

            anglosvizzera: Same spelling-humorous-here in the colonies, but humerus is funnier.

        2. Jean Humphreys

          I suspect that our good doctor went to that excellent school where one learns “reeling and writhing and fainting in coils . . .”

      1. Martin Back

        Pity you aren’t German. You could have called it Gefäßentzündung, plural Gefäßentzündungen.

        Easy peasy.

          1. Mike Coker

            Was i about 11 years old when i found stuff like that amusing ? I actually can’t remember

  64. Mr Chris

    Very interesting, thank you.
    Could you consider cutting out comments on peak oil, or Bill Gates trying to kill us all?

    1. Fast Eddy

      How about we also ban Bitchute… (as Denmark has)…. I think Mike Yeadon is dangerous so he should be booted off… where do we draw the line????

          1. Jerome Savage

            Overall it appears so, in fact very much so. But this blog is first & foremost medical.

    2. Tarl

      Agree. No peak oil talk. I don’t want to hear about “the moon landing was fake” either. Whatever you may think about those ideas, people who come here looking for information about vaccines, heart disease, and other medical matters will be turned off if they see “moon landing” posts, and they will dismiss the useful things Dr Kendrick says.

      1. AhNotepad

        Tarl and others, if you don’t want to read about peak oil or moon landings or Bill Gates or anything else, you can do what I do and don’t read them. There are many posts I don’t read fully as there isn’t enough time, but in amongst all the posts there are some gems, and if it wasn’t all there, neither might be the gems.

        1. Fast Eddy

          The thing is…

          Peak oil and the moon landings are highly relevant to the Covid discussion.

          Peak oil is the reason for covid and the injections…

          The fake moon landings demonstrate how easy it is to fool 8B people

          1. AhNotepad

            I didn’t make my reply clear. I’m happy to read about peak oil, I spent years on a forum for that discussion, until a climate alarmist got too abusive when I asked questions and told him 97% was just misleading and had no foundation. I don’t mind them on here either, or the moon landings. I was just pointing out to those who don’t want such subjects to not read them, as I do with posts I don’t want to read.

          2. Fast Eddy

            Yes understood… that reply was meant to be for the person who desires censorship.

            Slippery slope… as we can see with the MSM eventually all you end up with are edicts from the Ministry of Truth masquerading as facts.

          3. Tarl

            No, the moon landings and peak oil are not relevant to covid.

            If you want to persuade people that covid is not harmful enough to justify all the measures taken against it (masks, lockdowns, etc.) and you want to persuade people that covid vaccines are dangerous and unnecessary, then talking about peak oil and the moon landing hoax is NOT the way to do it. Firstly, it is not necessary. The discussion of the cost / benefit of fighting covid nd of the vaccines stand on their own. There is no need to link them to what are widely regarded as whackjob conspiracy theories. If you attempt to make people swallow two other questionable theories in order to accept the third, then people are going to dismiss everything you say.

            Maybe you don’t care about persuading people. Not sure if Dr Kendrick does.

          4. Fast Eddy

            If one can expose the fake moon landings then a CovIDIOT might think hmmmm…. if ‘they’ lied about that … maybe they are lying about covid and the vaccines… maybe I should reconsider that appointment to have my children vaccinated… uh… injected… it’s too late for me though…

            As for peak oil… that is important because if one acknowledges that as fact (which it is)… then one gets to die knowing covid and the injections were foisted on us for a good reason… not everyone wants to leave this world in a state of ignorance. If I have epiphanized (is that a word?) a few people by explaining the Covid Big Picture …. then I feel that I have made a worthy contribution to mankind.

            Let’s face it – at the end of the day this is all summed up in my various emails to the PR Team at Medsafe NZ with the subject line ‘I know what you are doing’….

            Feel free to keep up the futile banter urging people to wake up .. to not take the injection … and all that jazz…. while you are at it why don’t you go down to the seaside and scream at the ocean to stop making waves.

            This is a done deal. Peak Oil is a done deal. Extinction is a done deal.

          5. Martin Back

            The fake moon landings demonstrate how easy it is to fool 8B people

            Fast Eddy, I think the only person being fooled is you. The evidence for a hoax is so slender, I doubt one person in a hundred seriously believes in it. Some of it is laughable. Someone posted a photo here of the Eagle moon lander with a circle drawn on it and said, see, no rocket exhaust crater in the circle. The circle was drawn in the WRONG PLACE. The great exposer of hoaxes didn’t even understand perspective.

            How do you explain how the Soviets, the USA’s great rivals who had beaten them in landing the first rover on the moon and returning the first lunar samples to Earth, and certainly had the technology to detect if the moon landings were faked, didn’t expose the fake? It would have been a great propaganda victory for them.

            How to explain that astronomers all over the world were bouncing lasers off the reflector that Armstrong left on the moon, if he didn’t actually go there? Not to mention, how do you explain the silence and complicity of the three astronauts and literally hundreds of others who had to be in on the hoax?

            Your claims are effectively an insult to the integrity of many fine, brave, hard-working and accomplished people.

            Anyway, I echo others here and ask that you stick to medical matters on this website. With your moon landing theories you are preaching to the uninterested.

          6. Jerome Savage

            There are unlimited numbers of sites looking at moon landings of the lack of them and oil and the lack of it. Here we have a concentration of some cutting edge medical analysis and it’s a pleasure & privilege to be able to avail of that. Stepping over your stuff increasingly (you hav made your point) just makes it more of an obstacle course.

          7. Fast Eddy

            Well there is the problem that even when faced with absolute evidence of something – whether it be the fake moon landings or the methodology of counting Covid deaths… there are those who refuse to see….

            Not only that… they taunt as if they are in the school yard…

            There is an art to taunting … as I have been demonstrating. You know you’ve dropped a masterpiece when the CovIDIOTS don’t even realize they are being run around by their noses like … donkeys.

    3. Mike Coker

      I think once upon a time people were limited to how many comments they could make.
      Now someone called Fast Eddie seems to make half of the comments on this blog. It would be nice if he was not actually silenced but quietened down a little.

  65. niceclatter

    Dear Dr Kendrick, I shared this with a friend of mine, and her comment was “If covid19 vaccination were highly dangerous then there would be an obvious spike in the national death rate from vaccinating 75% of the population. That hasn’t happened. ”
    I didn’t know how to respond – I checked the Euromomo graphs and it shows a decline in overall mortality in England since mid February. Could you comment?

    1. David

      There is an ingrained mentality in many that any side effects will manifest before the vaccine syringe has been fully injected. This in spite of the delay of drugs like thalidomide and DES which earned the label time bombs. It is probable that any significant side effects from COVID vaccines will not manifest for months or even years, When they finally do manifest they will be labelled as ‘unrelated’. Vaccine makers aren’t stupid. They are cunning and deceitful as is the CDC which is in reality the Center for Deception and Coverups.

      1. johnplatinumgoss

        That graph can be extended outside London because similar patterns have been witnessed elsewhere and ONS statistics for the UK show this comparison between the time we were told there was a pandemic March-May 2020 and the initial vaccine rollout as it has been called:

        COVID-19 deaths 2 June 2021

        March 20 – May 20 38,216
        Dec 20 – Feb 21 63,655

        Strangely we hear nothing anymore about Covid-19 deaths on MSM.

        What some of us think is that now it has been established (at least to the vaccine manufacturers that their products can be used to reduce population) attenuated batches or placebos are now being administered to get the populace “vaccine-happy”. Then they can give people the real shot just when they want. And to whom they want. This experiment is sinister.

    2. John B

      ‘ there would be an obvious spike in the national death rate from vaccinating 75% of the population. That hasn’t happened. ”

      Has 75% of the population been vaccinated with both doses – that would be near 50 million?

      EUROMOMO is making comparisons, not reporting actual overall mortality numbers. People haven’t stopped dying of other things. There is always a decline in all-cause mortality after the Winter ‘flu season, if you look at other years you will see this. A lot of elderly people who ‘should’ be dying now, died last March/April and during the Winter CoVid season.

      However mortality in the age groups who have been vaccinated should be checked, and mortality from diseases which might be associated with vaccination compared with other periods. All-cause mortality gives no indication as to what people died from. In fact if you look at all cause mortality, age and population adjusted, you would not be able to pick out CoVid.

      This may interest you.

    3. garethhawker

      On Twitter, Miss Conceptions shows graphs for many countries, in which a spike in death follows a vaccine rollout. Here is one for the UK:

    4. Jerome Savage

      The curve naturally dips comes summer. If that dip might be measured against previous summer dips.
      What I find unsettling is the fact that we hav no idea what lies ahead, in the long term. Some short term trials hav taken place & whatever concerns we have about the quality of these S.T. trials, they did happen.
      On a separate note, how this WW theater of fear and subsequent WW orchestrated jab jamboree managed to sail through with minimal disruption despite the phenomenal effort, resources, coordination and money needed is beyond me. Sold as a pandemic, but not really – if we are honest, we find all other problems in the world are kicked firmly to touch and our viral friend becomes the only show in town, with a magic pill for that viral ill. Hey presto !!

  66. Dr.J.G.

    Dr.K, is it even possible to sample a clot and its make-up? So, in a live patient (or deceased under autopsy, post VITT) take essentially a biopsy under microscopy and investigate it. Should we not find Spike protein RNA sequences that are a match, plus perhaps lipid nanoparticles, in addition to the expected platelets, WBCs, RBCs, thrombin etc?
    Proof is in the pudding, right ?

    1. johnplatinumgoss

      Dear Dr JG,

      First I am not a doctor. Second I realise this question was not addressed to me. But I think it’s a good question.

      My understanding is that a D-dimer test could be sampled before and 7 days after vaccination to determine whether D-dimer levels increase post-vaccination. Sucharit Bhakdi is pushing for GPs who are concerned about patients being vaccinated to perform these tests. Apparently patients have been exhibiting high levels of D-dimer post-vaccination. He, and other specialists, consider that the tests would provide evidence whether the vaccines are safe or not, or indeed whether they are responsible for the increase in Covid-19 cases found in the early months of the vaccination programme.

      It is known that raised levels of D-dImer are present in Covid-19 patients.


      D-dimer is commonly elevated in patients with COVID-19. D-dimer levels correlate with disease severity and are a reliable prognostic marker for in-hospital mortality in patients admitted for COVID-19.”

  67. Tish

    “If an elderly person is vaccinated and then dies of a stroke a couple of weeks later…..It is unlikely that any doctor would record this as a post-vaccine adverse event.”

    Well they jolly well should automatically record it as a POSSIBLE event at least!

    As I have previously said, my 97 year old mother had a stroke 2 days after her second AstraZeneca and died 2 weeks later from the stroke. Yes, she would have had the heart and blood vessels of a 97 year old woman but she’d never had a stroke before. So rather suspicious timing for it. Well her resulting death was not such a disaster because she’d had such a ghastly Covid year in her care home. No visitors, all carers in masks and quite inaudible to someone with the severe hearing and eyesight problems my mother had. She even had a bout of depression which she’d never ever had before. She loved company and had been used to it.

    My accusation is of abuse, negligence and possible manslaughter. Hopefully not murder but with all the lies we are being told I can’t even completely rule that out. And I consider myself rational!

  68. mariastingray

    On Thu, Jun 3, 2021 at 4:20 AM Dr. Malcolm Kendrick wrote:

    > Dr. Malcolm Kendrick posted: ” 3rd June 2021 When COVID19 came along I was > in the midst of writing my latest book on heart disease. What causes it – > and what does not. One section I was working on covers the wide range of > conditions known as the vasculitis(es). I could immediate” >

  69. tonykerstein

    Dr John Campbell thinks these happen because some injections go into the blood vessels rather than the deltoid muscles. This could be prevented if the vaccinators aspirated before injecting like they do in Denmark? BTW I’m looking forward to your new book

    Sent from my iPhone

    1. shirley3349

      I think this is largely a myth. Skeletal muscles have a good blood supply as they need plenty of oxygen to do the work they do, in the case of the deltoid, moving the upper arm upwards and outwards at the shoulder. Aspirating the syringe, may warn the person injecting that the needle is in too large a vessel and therefore the substance given will enter the circulation too quickly. But the contents of the syringe will still enter the circulation in a matter of minutes instead of seconds. Possibly, there may be undissolved particles present which are too large to pass through the walls of the small blood vessels in the muscle, or there is a drug or toxin present which reduces the blood supply to the muscle by contracting the arteriole walls to reduce their radius, and so reduces the blood flow back into the general circulation.

  70. Neil Watson

    I have Protein C deficiency. I take Warfarin, long term, as an anti-coagulant. My left lung and right leg are damaged by clots. I have had DVT’s and bleeds at various times since I was 18. I am now 43. I have many concerns of being forced into taking a vaccine and it being one of the last things I do. When the time comes for me to take a vaccine, is there anything I should look for or ask my GP? I doubt I will be able to ‘blindly’ resist indefinitely and am confident that this clotting aspect is my way out of a vaccine as it will not be argued against by most people I meet. I am looking for a concrete argument to use in my defence against vaccination – is there any further information, widely shared or otherwise, that I may be able to access regarding the clotting aspect of the vaccines? Thanks. And, Dr Kendrick, thanks to you for many enlightening, humorous and easy to read articles. Cheers

    1. AhNotepad

      Neil, if you don’t consent, of your own free will, then you are being coerced. Despite what the mealy mouthed politicians and their R Slickers try to make people believe about the jabs being the only way “to beat the virus”, the best weapon is nutrition. Ifyou don’t want a jab, say no.

  71. rtj1211

    ‘What do we know about COVID19? First, it can only enter cells that have a receptor known as the angiotensin II receptor (ACE2 receptor).’

    Sorensen, Dalgleish and Susrud, write that at least three different receptors for SARS-CoV2 exist: ACE2, DPP4, APN and a fourth, as yet uncharacterised mechanism.

    I’m not reviewing either their paper or your article here, just highlighting that there seems to be ongoing discussion in this arena.

  72. JDPatten

    Now you can announce to everyone that you’re smarter than Dr. Kendrick.
    So proud.
    Self aggrandizement rules.

    (It’s about time that Medical Language eschews exclusive convoluted jargon and associated acronyms. Sure, docs out there, precision and accuracy are good where ACTUALLY needed – so just talk to me.)

    1. garethhawker

      Thanks for this explanation, which does help clarify the position.

      I do have one query. You write:

      “Since the introduction of these vaccines there have been many instances of clotting – manifest as thrombosis, stroke or heart-attack – as well as of death and other severe illnesses.”

      But is there any unequivocal statistical evidence that these conditions have actually been increasing? Could one draw a graph which would show a correlation between Covid vaccine coverage and these diseases?

  73. Paul helman

    Would we expect to see an elevation in sedate rate or high sensitivity sed rate following vaccination? We were always thought the association of venous sinus thrombosis and erysepais of the upper face.

  74. Irene Wood

    Dr Kendrick,
    Another great article helping us to construct a coherent view out of masses of complicated details flying around. Very educational. I agree that the fuzziness of stringing back from adverse medical outcome to the true “cause” is deliberate and sadly was already endemic in the medical world prior to c19. Your articles and blog have been a huge help to me during the past 2 years. So thank-you.

    1. garethhawker

      Here is a free eBook by the American cardiologist Dr Thomas Levy MD. It reviews all the currently effective treatments and preventives for Covid-19. It includes over 600 references to published papers.

      You do not even have to leave your details: the free download works without them.

  75. Andrew Larwood

    Should vaccinees be allowed to donate blood?
    And should unvaccinated patients be told they are receiving blood donation from a vaccinee?

  76. Jeremy

    Dr Kendrick says that got C19 vaccinated even though he was sure he had already had, and fully recovered from, Covid-19.

    Just wow!

    That an intelligent medic would do that is truly shocking.

    1. Fast Eddy

      Assuming this is a sinister plan… it will not matter whether or not you get injected.

      You will end up in the same place.

      According to Team Bossche — the Injected are the breeding pool for the deadly variants that will eventually emerge — and exterminate the species.

      1. AhNotepad

        Following Mike Yeadon, those passing on the infection will need sufficient viral load, and thus are likely to show symptoms. If that’s the case, avoid those people. If the jabbed are likely to be dead within thee next couple of years, then the infection risk will decrease.

      2. Don

        I don’t believe this is possible. We have immune systems and every type of infection is survived by someone.

        1. Fast Eddy

          Keep in mind … this vaccine was not deployed during a pandemic…

          “With the hottest strains, every unvaccinated bird dies within 10 days. There is no human virus that is that hot. Ebola, for example, doesn’t kill everything in 10 days.”

          In fact, rather than stop fowl from spreading the virus, the vaccine allows the disease to spread faster and longer than it normally would, a new study finds. The scientists now believe that this vaccine has helped this chicken virus become uniquely virulent. (Note: it only harms fowl). The study was published on Monday in the journal PLOS Biology.

          1. Fast Eddy

            And btw … ‘I don’t believe’ …. doesn’t matter.

            ‘I don’t believe’ I will die if I try to jump off a building and fly….

  77. anon

    Dr Kendrick, you might like to watch this free Ickonic video before YT removes it. It was released just over 3 hours ago

    THIS IS A MUST WATCH! Journalist Jacqui Deevoy has an explosive story, a story of state Euthanasia that she has taken to 28 editors, which non have had the courage to publish it!! Watch the full episode for FREE where we speak to Jacqui Deevoy, politician Michael Elston and 5 whistle-blowers at 7pm exclusively on Ickonic

  78. Tish

    I’m so disappointed with Humanists UK. They pride themselves on rationality, equity, free speech, science, logic…. Yet all these eminent, respected individuals seem to be totally in agreement with all the Covid nonsense. I have made an appointment with our solicitor to remove the organisation from our wills and I shall be rescinding my lifetime membership. I no longer want to read anything they write or hear anything they have to say.

  79. Tish

    Forgot to say that today I had an email from Humanists UK entitled ‘A United call: get vaccinated!’ Says it all. They include ‘Even though younger people may be at less risk themselves, they may still pose a risk to others.’ Self-appointed experts because they’ve heeded the government and co.

  80. David G

    I was struck that the day after I read this post, I saw a news item reporting that “the second person in the world to receive Pfizer’s shot outside of a clinical trial died last Thursday of a stroke that was unrelated to the vaccine”.

    Maybe it was unrelated, but will anyone really do the work across the population to find out?

    (It was only in my newspaper as an allegedly humorous item because the deceased 81-year-old Briton was named William Shakespeare, and an Argentinian newscaster was shocked by the loss of “one of the most important writers in the English language”.)

  81. Dale Baggerley

    So, some thoughts for you to consider…ACE2 is not the only receptor the virus attaches to, the receptor cd147 in the epithelial lining is where the vascular damage is occuring. Poor redox on a cellular level is the root problem. Increasing intake of the molecules melatonin and ascorbic acid improves redox. The question that never seems to be asked is why is this devastating virus happening right now? Its possible thst changes in our environment, with the tremendous increase in the use of electronic devices, has caused a depletion of ascorbic acid and melatonin leading to cellular dysfunction. If this intrigues you at all I suggest you follow Doris Loh. I think you would find her to be fascinating. She is a medical researcher. All of her papers are based on peer reviewed research. I admit I am biased towards Doris…both my wife and I had significant bouts with covid, when the medical community failed us miserably with the lack of any coherent therapeutics, she literally saved our lives. You can find more about her here:

  82. Jerome Savage

    WESTERN MAN – Van Morrison 2021
    Lyrics (not all)
    “While he was dreaming
    Others were scheming
    Doing deals behind his back
    Now Western Man is adrift, and under attack
    What happened in between?

    The horse has bolted from the stables
    Lunatics have taken over the farm
    Caretakers have taken over the main house
    Clan-destine meetings in the forest

    Going back to the way it was
    Now just seems near impossible
    Western Man has no plan
    They stole it while, while he was dreaming”

  83. G.Singer

    “You can have one octopus, but what happens then… two octupuses… or is it two octopi?”

    Octopods? Except that word includes squids, cuttlefish etc.

    Thank you Dr K for a very informative and much needed injection of truth, (called “Fake news” by the powers that be) to immunise against REAL fake news.

  84. Don

    Dr. K doing what he does best- elucidating the murky. (Or should I say Merck-y?) Posts like these are why I started reading this forum. How anyone believes a man with a mind like his, on a mission like this, should be silenced, is totally beyond me and indicative of a deep mental sickness.

  85. Patricia Brown

    Would clopidogrel be useful if given promptly or even as prophylaxis?

    (I’m informed by my daughter’s GP that the plural of vasculitis is vasculitides.)

    Thank you for this post and the work that you have put into it. I think I have all your books – and have read them. Thank you for those as well.

    Patricia Brown

      1. Jerome Savage

        My personal experience (and indeed many others) with aspirin says no, categorical no –
        Though maybe short term if proven to be beneficial.

        1. Tarl

          Hard to say without knowing what “your personal experience” is, but it clearly acts to prevent blood clots, which are the Bad Thing we’re talking about here. Some studies have found that it reduces ICU admission and ventilator use for people with covid.

  86. Steve

    So, I see that now the Covidian lunatics’ are going to vaccinate children.
    Giving an experimental, untested vaccine to children who are at an infinitesimally low risk from the Covid Flu surely ranks as state sponsored child abuse.
    I find it hard to comprehend that any responsible parent would inflict this on their children, with the potential (small ?) risk of immediate death and possible long term, lifelong damage, for no actual health benefits. But, I fully expect to see the morons dragging their kids to vaccination centres. Unbelievable ?

    1. AhNotepad

      Some are no doubt morons (Hancock Johnson, etc) but I have met some of the others, and they are just swamped by the drivel from the morons, and have no idea where to find factual information. I hope to encourage someone tomorrow to do some research before getting jabbed again,

  87. Tish

    Your medical records are about to be given away. Kept quiet, and you don’t have long to opt out (23 June deadline). All a bit confusing too.

    Click to access Type_1_opt-out_letter.pdf

  88. anglosvizzera

    I know this isn’t relevant to Dr K’s original post, but it’s something that’s still unexplained. I’ve been following “Not on the Beeb” where Mark Playne has been investigating the magnetic injection sites that many people seem to have following one of the mRNA injections. Initially I was very sceptical of it all, but having seen his own “experiments” on a friend’s mother, and also Del Bigtree’s video where they went around a beach in the US to see who’s injection site was “magnetic”, I can’t help but think that there’s something odd going on. It appears that there’s a positive magnetic polarity at the site as the magnet tries to flip over if the wrong polarity is presented to the skin.

    Bigtree’s video –

    Here’s a new compilation from Mark Playne’s YouTube channel. The very first example is quite compelling as the magnet is clearly being pulled towards the skin at a certain point. But the magnetism is also clearly under the skin as people are able to attach keys, cutlery – even mobile phones. What is going on?

    Compilation –

    There are several recent videos on the “Not on the Beeb” YouTube channel here – I’m just about to watch them, but it’s seriously weird:

    1. Martin Back

      Magnet sticking is very easy to fake. Rather see if the injection site attracts a compass needle.

        1. Eric

          Oh my, where to start? As Martin pointed out, those videos are easy to fake. There have been generations of illusionists, spoon benders, dowsers, you name it.

          Secondly, the link provided by Dr. John is about a proposed novel delivery technique for DNA (not RNA or mRNA) vaccines. Those ferromagnetic particles are not on the list of ingredients of any of the current vaccines. Also, there are no ferromagnetic particles that would form a suspension that would appear clear, certainly not in the concentration needed to attract a magnet.

          If you still aren’t conviced, buy a strong neodym magnet and ask your doctor or nurse if you may hold it to a vial (which contains 5 to 10 shots, depending on the vaccine). If it is not attracted by the vial, how can a fraction of that dose dispersed in a muscle attract a magnet later?

          I can’t believe any of you believe this story. It really takes the cake!

          1. Eric

            Thank you, Malcolm 🙂

            I just noticed I was not entirely clear about the liquid being clear. So just to be clear(er): any known ferromagnetic particles suspended in a water based liquid at concentrations that are more than homeopathic will result in the liquid being muddy, gray to black, maybe with a brown or blue tinge, so anything but colorles and translucid.

          2. Martin Back

            Exactly. The vaccine in the vial is still at full strength instead of being dispersed in the muscle. The magnetic effect should be even stronger. Not that I expect any magnetic effect to be detected by a properly-controlled experiment.

          3. Mike Coker

            You sound like a sane non-conspiracy theorist. I think you’re commenting on the wrong blog

          4. Dr. Malcolm Kendrick Post author

            Please try to point out any conspiracy theory that I have written about. Perhaps when I first suggested that the SARS-CoV2 virus may have escaped from the laboratory in Wuhan…. Or, something else

          5. Mike Coker

            I didnae mean you Dr Kendrick
            I meant people Iwho talk about fake moon landings and satanic cabals and the stupidest, “hydrochloric guillotines and concentration camps in Canada. Might have got the hydrochloric bit wrong but you know what i mean
            What i don’t like is seemingly decent people saying nothing when comments praise Hitler or other vile stuff

          6. MrChris

            Fast Eddy
            Here’s a thought for you. It has been said on here that within two years those who have been vaccinated will start to keel over. Have you thought about how tough life is going to be afterwards for anti vaxxers,? Past peak oil, no nuclear power , and more important not many workers .it’s going to be tough for you sobe careful what you wish for.

          7. anglosvizzera

            Some of us are forming support groups, trying to get to be as self-sufficient as possible. There are a lot of different skills in the mix. Who knows what the outcome will be, but we’re trying to prepare.

          8. Mike Coker

            Your comment reminds me of a book i might have read or a film i might have seen. Is your group of survivors going to be armed to the teeth? Do the rest of us survivors have to to keep out of your way or else

          9. Mr Chris

            I think there is a novel called Malevil by Robert Merle that describes a nuclear winter. If there are only going to be one in five left they are going to have their work cut out. First disposing of six billion bodies, then medical care, Dr K is vaccinated. I would advise them to start scouting for old castles in the country, in a fertile area, and get things like cataracts, hip joints etc done while there is time. They do not have time to lose by posting here since some doom mongers see this starting after Christmas. By the way Murdoch has been vaccinated as have most of the political class

          10. Mike Coker

            I’m all for a good old class war, but who is Murdoch? Do you mean the pervert who is in jail?

          11. Sasha

            There are ways to avoid hip replacements. If there are survivors of Fast Eddy’s Compassionate Extinction Plan, they probably won’t need hip operations because they will become lean, mean squirrel hunters…

          12. anglosvizzera

            I too was completely of the opinion that the “magnet” phenomenon was a hoax, yet the people who’ve gone around trying on random people in public (such as the HighWire one and Dr T – who is a real medical NHS doctor) are hardly likely to be trying to fake anything. So now I do believe that some people have somehow developed a slight positive magnetic “pole” usually around the injection site – but have no idea how on earth it can have happened. My son-in-law who had the Pfizer vaccine appears not to have any signs of any “magnetic attraction” (although clearly my daughter found that he did, lol!)

            I know there are some “fake” videos out there, but Mark Playne and Del Bigtree wouldn’t risk losing their reputations by trickery.

          13. anglosvizzera

            Blood contains “iron” – might that be part of the explanation? Some reaction with the ingredients injected?

          14. Eric

            @ anglosvizzera: The whole body contains about 3 g of iron, more than half of which is stored in the bones and other places. Roundabout 1 – 1.2 g circulate in red blood cells. Oxygenated haemoglobin is diamagnetic, i.e. will not be attracted by a magnet. I don’t think you could afford to attract a lot of blood cells to the injection site and reduce (de-oxydize) them without noticing other side effects.

            Del Bigtree of CO2 below mask fame? Does he still have a reputation to lose?

            @ Fast Eddy:

            You prove my point. The comment section has been largely taken over by true believers who do not like to be challenged in their views and can be outright hostile.

          15. Eric

            There was another of my comments that I was referring to but apparently it got eaten. So I’ll try to repost as best I can.

            @ Martin: Apparently lightweight refrigerator magnets will stick to hairless skin. Tried that but either ours are too heavy or I should be using lotion 🙂

            @ Mike: I don’t think Malcolm has been posting conspiracy theories, ever. Hypotheses outside of the mainstream with sound reasoning, yes. This is what I appreciate about this blog. I had found out that the cholesterol heart hypothesis was mumbo jumbo on my own long before the internet was a fount of knowlegde or Malcolm had started posting, but I have been on this blog for a long timeand have had a few other of my previous beliefs shattered here. When I see a concept that challenges what I thought I knew and the argument makes sense, I try to follow up with a few searches and maybe adopt the idea as sustainable or maybe even accept it as truth. That UV-B is not what we should be avoiding was one thing I picked up here.

            The comment section is another story. Malcolm has always been very liberal in what he allows. Comments running into the 100s and being hard to keep track of were not unusual, but with the exception of the odd argument about (non-Covid) vaccinations or grounding, it didn’t use to be overrun by conspiracy theorists. That only came with Covid. Strangely, many of the new and some of the old members will cling to their beliefs and be outright hostile to anyone who challenges them. These days, I will read Malcolms blog articles but mostly not wade into the comment section as it is too time consuming but in this case I did and I thought as a physicist, I knew a thing or two about magnetism.

            @ Malcolm: When Trump was pushing the lab leak theory, he actually harmed it. Nicolas Wade is an accomplished (bio-)science journalist. He’s been at the center of some controversies, but I think he adheres to the great British tradition that you can debate almost anything when you argue well. Sometimes I think he does it for the intellectual excercise 🙂

            Anyway, this article
            is extremely well laid out. I know too little about genetic manipulation of viruses to vouch for his argument there.

            What gives me pause is that Drosten, who “discovered” the SARS1 virus and came up with the first test for SARS2, and who I think is a very humble and honest man, is still on board with the fur farm theory. His argument is something that Wade does not mention at all. If you want to manipulate an RNA virus, you first need to build a DNA model of it which takes more than a year. A DNA model for SARS1 exists, so for gain of function experiments, one would have used that model instead of starting from scratch with the 2012 Yunnan cave virus. I think that if there were other ways of achieving this, Drosten would know about it.

            Anyway, here’s a recent interview to a Swiss online magazine. Since Deepl or google translate work quite well these days, I won’t translate:

          16. Mr Chris

            I too found the Nicholas Wade article plausible and convincing. THe problem with it is that the Chinese are understandably very touchy about anything looking like foreign interference or criticism of their methods. So we shall probably never know.
            As for your remarks about comments during the Covid crisis, we have seen a whole gang of new commenters, probably driven here by restrictions elsewhere. Malcolm is very liberal in his moderation, and protective about free speech, but wading through and eliminating the crap is very very time consuming. One poster seems to account for 50% of the comments.

          17. Eric

            @ Mike: Has anybody praised Hitler or posted other really vile stuff? Even if the approval guidelines are liberal, I don’t think that would have slipped past. The worst I have seen is praise of Trump (which is pretty vile in my book).

            @ Fast Eddy: I stopped at the first paragraph of your link. I know it has become kind of a meme among conspiracy theorists to rail at the sociopaths in power, but I think they don’t even understand the difference between a sociopath and a psychopath. A sociopath craves connection to other people and has some empathy but cannot control his impulses so he will never be a functioning member of society let alone get elected into office (well, maybe in America…). A psychopath lacks empathy but understands the rules, is cunning and can deceive people. Getting elected into office takes extraordinary dedication, a desire for reconition or some psychopathic traits.

          18. Jerome Savage

            I recall one comment which referred to skull cap wearers and one other that referred to gay people using an old disparaging term. Both removed.

          19. Mike Coker

            If you go back a bit, like Sasha says, You’ll find some pro nazi stuff.
            There are also (probably not from the same person) claims that RT is not prejudiced and regularly criticises the Russian government Ha Ha LOL Is that you AHmuchbollocks ?

          20. Dr. Malcolm Kendrick Post author

            Of course RT is biased. At present, however, when it comes to Covid, it is significantly less biased than – just to pluck an example from the air – the BBC, which has become the propaganda arm of the UK Govt. What do they say in realpolitik. ‘My enemies enemy is my friend.’ For now, anyway.

          21. AhNotepad

            You were warned a few days ago about your nasty comments. Obviously no input function.

          22. Mike Coker

            Go back a couple of years. Believe me , i’m not lying about this. i wish i could remember names

          23. Jerome Savage

            News to me & I’ve been here more than a couple of years – a hefty allegation indeed. How did I miss it ?

          24. Mike Coker

            I hate the way you imply that i’m a liar. I hope there are honest people out there who will back me up on this

          25. Eric

            @ anglosvizzera: I watched the video you linked above where they try sticking magnets to people’s arms. First of all, who is DrT? Is she verifiably a physician with the NHS?

            Well, here’s DrE’s experiment. Today, after a hot and rainy night and on what is now a hot and humid day and about four hours after taking a shower and in my still somewhat cool kitchen, I tried various magnets from the frigde, some with Nd magnets and some with the traditional dark gray ferrite kind. None of them would stick, but then I haven’t been vaccinated. I then noticed that they were a little dusty and picked a rather thin one with a large diameter because it had the lightest weight per area. It had a ferrite magnet, while the other side was only thin chrome plated sheet of metal like a button to pin to your lapel. After washing and drying it with a towel, I also wiped across my arm to make sure there wasn’t any dust clinging there. The button stuck in all kinds of positions, even vertically. The small sheen of moisture even after drying with a towel must have been enough. When I repeated the test half an hour later, it wouldn’t stick. I am pretty sure if I were to take a brief walk outside, it would.

            Back to the video, that was taken on a sunny and probably humid day. Many people would have used sunscreen, and those who didn’t might still have been covered by a sheen of perspiration. Notice also that the mostly applied the magnet to the very top of the arm which seems awfully high for an injection point but is the position where the surface of the arm is not fully vertical even if the arm is. Notice also they never showed the same test on the other arm.

            The thing about the bolt is curious. For it to stick magnetically, it would have to be magnetized by whatever is in the arm, so you would need to get enough reduced haemoglobin in one place and you would also need to make sure all these mini magnets are aligned in the same direction which requires a magnet that isn’t there in that kind of setup. It is much easier to assume the bolt was sticking due to moisture, too.

            Last not least, if there was magnetic mateiral in the arm, it should deform the surface of the skin when a strong magnet comes close, long before it touches the skin. It should be easy to capture that on video if the effect existed at all and was so strong as they said even with a small and weak magnet.

          26. anglosvizzera

            From some notes I took from another video, Dr T’s credentials were described by herself: she went to medical school in the “very, very early ’90s’, did various hospital jobs including A&E and ENT, did an “extra” in Anatomy and taught anatomy to medical students as that was her special interest, then she became a GP for many years, then taught medical students more generally for about 10 years.

            As for the magnet “sticking” due to sunscreen etc, presumably it would stick everywhere rather than just on the injection site. On some videos I’ve seen they did try both arms and they did try to get the arm as vertical as possible before the weight of the magnet made it fall off. Not all people had their injections as high up as others, so they were more vertical to start off with. Not all videos are of people who are in a hot, outdoor environment either.

            The other thing was that on one of Mark Playne’s earlier videos, and in others I’ve seen, the magnets would only “stick” one way round and “flipped” over as they were passed over the area if they were the wrong way up. He checked the polarity of the magnets and they only stuck if the one side was against the skin, but not the other – and it was always the same side. That would imply that there is an opposing force coming from that part of the arm and therefore that explains why an unmagnetised piece of ferrous metal would also stick.

            Finally, of course the magnetic pull is fairly weak and therfore unlikely to be to do with haemoglobin. But many (not all) people say they can feel a kind of “pull” inside their arm when the magnet is nearing the area in question.

            I’ve watched many of these videos, not just random ones shared by any Tom, Dick or Harry, but by people actually trying to get to the bottom of the phenomenon.

          27. Mr Chris

            Hello AngloS
            My wife had second AZ yesterday.
            Just tried a lightweight Magnet
            It fell to the ground.
            Is it a matter of faith?
            Not too worried tho since we will both be keeling over soon

          28. anglosvizzera

            Two observations. Apparently you have to use a neodymium magnet and secondly the phenomenon doesn’t affect everyone. In Del Bigtree’s random public “trial”, I think it was about a third of the people they tested that were “magnetic”!

          29. anglosvizzera

            Gary, the “phenomenon” only appears to work with the mRNA vaccines, so the AstraZeneca one won’t have the same effect, if it were going to.

          30. Gary Ogden

            anglosvizzera: In any case, this is nothing more than a distraction which sheds no light on anything.

          31. anglosvizzera

            (apologies if this appears twice, it didn’t seem to post the first time.)

            Re the magnetic phenomenon: According to Dr Jane Ruby (“international health economist with over 20 years pharmaceutical research experience and medical expert”) – the mRNA vaccines use a process called “magnetofection” using chemicals to produce magnetic fields to force the mRNA more efficiently into cells. She also talks about SPIONS (Supra Magnetic Iron Oxide Nanoparticles) in the mRNA vaccines (

            Video interview here –

            Is this true?

          32. anglosvizzera

            I appreciate your view and, as I have stated previously, I thought it was a crazy hoax. But there do seem to be some people who are affected. I don’t suppose you have time to watch the videos I’ve shared, but there are some instances where there does seem to be something inexplicable going on in videos that I consider to be made by reputable people.

            Whatever, I suppose we will get an explanation in time, if the phenomenon turns out to be more than just an illusion.

          33. Eric

            Ingredients of BioNTech / Pfizer vaccine – nothing magnetic or supermagnetic at all:


            The Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine includes the following ingredients: mRNA,
            lipids ((4-hydroxybutyl)azanediyl)bis(hexane-6,1-diyl)bis(2-hexyldecanoate), 2
            [(polyethylene glycol)-2000]-N,N-ditetradecylacetamide, 1,2-Distearoyl-sn-glycero-3-
            phosphocholine, and cholesterol), potassium chloride, monobasic potassium
            phosphate, sodium chloride, dibasic sodium phosphate dihydrate, and sucrose.

            As I said, on my own unvaccinated and unlotioned / unsunscreened arms not magnet would stick until I had washed and towelled off one area after which a button type magnet would stick in that area with ease. I suggest you try this yourself.

          34. anglosvizzera

            Clearly if there were ingredients to create “magnetofection”, as stated in the video interview with Dr Jane Ruby that I shared earlier, they are undisclosed, which is surely something unlawful in itself?

            And it seems you personally found that the magnet DID stick to your injection site but not elsewhere? In which case what on earth is going on?

            Here’s an article in Nature about magnetofection in the context of delivering “gene therapy” which, we are told, these mRNA vaccines are:


          35. anglosvizzera

            CORRECTION – Eric, I see you are unvaccinated – in which case the magnet would stick to any part of your body after washing and drying, yes? So how do you explain how these nyodimium magnets only stick to the vaccine site and also only the right way up?

          36. Martin Back

            My fridge magnet stuck to my arm if I licked the magnet first.

            …thus clearly proving I have ferromagnetic saliva. ;o)

          37. Eric

            posted by ah_notpad:
            “You were warned a few days ago about your nasty comments. Obviously no input function.”

            Who was warned by whom?

            On a side note, why are answers in this sub-thread and some others jumbled? They appear out of order, both by their time stamp and by the flow of the conversation. That makes it hard to follow. I don’t think I have seen this happening here before.

            I think the time stamp used to be for the time it was submitted, not when it was approved. Now I find that I have posted at 3:44 a.m. which I have definitely not, neither by GMT, UK or CET summer time.

          38. Eric

            @ anglosvizzera:

            Yes, I am unvaccinated and I could get a lightweight ferrite magnet to stick anywhere if a sheen of moisture was involved.

            Thank you for providing the link to the nature paper. I can assure you that the presence of undeclared iron oxide particles, even if unlawful, would be very hard to hide and easy to prove (does not form a clear solution, would be magnetic, …). Also, to achieve the gene manipulation according to the paper, you would need to apply a strong magnetic field – something that is not part of the vaccination protocol.

            Suppose they had really achieved to traffic those nanoparticles into an approxmately strawberry sized lump inside someones arm and somehow activated the gene transfer by holding a strong magnet to this person’s arm, why would these stay aligned for days?

            Remember science kits for children? You can magnetize a piece of mild steel with an external magnet so as long as the magnet is attached to one end, it will attract paper clips on its other end. As soon as the magnet is removed, the steel rod loses most or all of its magnetization. This is because the individual magnets inside the steel vibrate with Brownian motion and will lose alignment once the external field is removed. They start to point in all directions, cancelling each other’s fields. Only when you use special ferrites instead of steel and press a high concentration of them into a magnet will they keep each other in line after the aligning field is removed. Nanoparticles dispersed in tissue are week magnets in a low concentration. They will hold on to a magnetization even less than a mild steel rod.

            Now let’s take a step back. Malcolm, Martin and I have pointed out that the whole premise is unscientific and highly unlikely, yet you cling to what those videos try to make you believe.

            I can assure you that once I have my BioNTech shot, I will repeat the experiment and report to you truthfully — if the vaccine will allow me to remember that is 🙂

          39. theasdgamer

            There are some ferromagnetic organic compounds that have been developed that are only stable at low temperatures. And, coincidentally, the vaxxes have to be stored at very low temps.

            I didn’t make that connection until just now. I don’t know about the colors of those ferromagnetic organic compounds, tho.

            Looks like ferromagnetic organic compounds which are stable at room temp have been produced.


          40. Eric

            @ theasdgamer

            The low temperature storage was purportedly because of the instability of the lipid shells, and the requirement has been somewhat relaxed as more field experience was gained.

            I think we can agree that your ferromagnetic organic compounds are not on the list of ingredients and would be easily detected – if not by color then by magnetism or if all else fails, XRF or mass spectrography.

            And even if they had managed to smuggle them into the vials and nobody’s been curious enough to run a vial through a scanner (coming to think of it, I may need to talk to our on site physician), we are still lacking the strong localized magnetic field after application.

            I suggest we let this red herring dive back into the ocean…

  89. David

    Christophe Rocancourt, the international con artist who plied his trade in Whistler in 2001, stated in a Vancouver Sun interview that he wouldn’t be able to lie to people if they weren’t willing to believe his lies implying that those who choose to believe his lies are THE problem. He is merely the lier. I concur.

    It’s the willingness of the masses to believe almost anything without question if it serves to entertain them (which Rocancourt excelled at) that is THE problem. What is portrayed as the news today is in reality a scripted sales pitch with actors posing as news reporters. Thus Global News is owned by Corus Entertainment.

    In what amounts to a relentless campaign of propaganda the same 15 minute news segment plays over and over again through a 2 or 3 hour newscast in what amounts to sell, sell, sell and sell some more. The script uses words to imprint the desired message on the subconscious of the intended target; fear, death, kill, save, only chance, only hope for survival, care ad nauseam. The reason it works is that the news is scripted to come across as all about issues that affect YOU, the viewer. The subliminal message is “We really care about YOU. We want to protect YOU. The whole world is working hard to make YOUR life better.

    Towards this end, we have Justin Trudeau wringing his hands while he recounts how he is pleading with the makers of vaccines to deliver the promised 500 million doses that he needs to protect Canadians. The fact that the population of Canada is less that 50 million doesn’t register with most viewers because they are being entertained and entertainment mesmerizes.

    For years I have witnessed the morphing of the news into entertainment scripted to sell. Now the book, Manufacturing Consent, confirms and expands on what I am seeing. We can choose to read Manufacturing Consent, and be jolted back to consciousness and face reality. Or we can choose to be entertained and confirm what Rocancourt alluded to; WE are THE problem.

  90. Eric

    So after connecting dots, what is one to do, what are we to do as society?
    What I see here in the comment section is a stampede of told you so, happy go lucky and stay away fromt the stuff.

    The virus has been remarkably well-adapted and hence efficient and vicioius from the get go. I tend to say Nicolas Wade might have a point in that it may very well have resulted from gain of function experiments exactly because it has some genetic features that are unlike to have resulted from mutation or random gene swapping and because it didn’t leave a trail of trial-and-error and rapid evolution at the beginning like SARS and MERS did. It started evolving seriously only after it was faced with developing natural herd immunity and when prolonged lingering of medically treated victims as well as countries allowing rapant infection rates gave it vessels to evolve.

    My conclusion is that we cannot take a wait and see approach. Even those that have been infected are not safe from newer variants like P1 Manaus. And while things are looking brighter again with summer approaching, the next winter will come. Neither has low carb eating or megadoses of Vit. D been the panacea we had hoped for.

    Either we have to keep distancing until there is a better vaccine or if we want to open up, we need to use what vaccines are there, maybe with added precautions such as:
    – using the Danish injection techique of pulling back the plunger to make sure no vein has been pierced
    – doing vaccination drives exactly when rates are low, i.e. in summer (apparently, at least the Pfizer vaccine leads to a drop in immune response in the first few days after the first shot,
    – will using lower doses or maybe doing four low dose instead of two full dose shots do the trick?

    From everything I have seen, the risk of clotting complications or myocardia after vaccination is always at least an order of magnitude lower than of getting the same complications from a real Covid infection.

    In the long run, what other options are there? Can a vaccine be devoloped that uses a different target? What about traditional inerted virus vaccines?

    1. AhNotepad.

      Remarkably well-adapted and hence efficient and vicious

      Really? Not killing at a rate much different from a flu virus, and even that is neglecting the manipulation of the numbers by ascribing covid19 to almost anything. Would you care to share the figures that say otherwise? In the meantime have a look at for a few of the adverse effects.

      1. Eric

        I suggest you read the Nicolas Wade article, link a few posts down or here again:

        The flu virus had centuries to adapt to humans, as did humans to deal with it. Every now and then, it learns a new trick, resulting in a bad or devastating pandemic.

        A close relative of this virus in 2012 infected six miners clearing out bat shit out of the Mojiang mine near Yunnan, 1500 km from Wuhan. They got sick, three died, but notbody else got infected though we can be sure they were not treated like walking biohazards. Then we hear nothing and 7 years later, Covid 19 emerges which is essentially the same genome with a few rather surgical changes and it is highly contagious and fairly deadly. How did it get to Wuhan? Where is the trail it left on its way? SARS1 left a trail, and it was mutating heavily in the beginning, trying to adapt to humans, and if failed rather quickly. SARS2 war there, bam, ready to infect and spread as it was. If an elephant appeared in a shopping mall, would you assume it beamed there from its jungle or escaped from a zoo?

        1. AhNotepad

          Why do you suggest I read that, and what point is it you want me to note? The article asks which of two stories is the most likely? So what? Governments have been deceitful for ever.

          1. Eric

            The part about how well adapted the virus was and how very uncommon that is.

            And the rest of the article is a compelling read, too.

        2. Don

          If we had the technology to beam elephants into malls, like we have the technology to alter a virus, then the beaming option would be imminently plausible.

    2. Jerome Savage

      What other options are there ?
      Ivermectin, hydroxychloroquine & zinc, by numerous accounts apparently.
      We won’t mention the 2 trials knocking HXQ and which were withdrawn from the medical journals with incredible haste after just 2 weeks.

    3. Eric

      Just another thought: in addition to getting the vaccine when infection rates are low, preferably in summer, making sure it does not get injected into a vein and staying clear of opportunities to get infected, what else can one do? Does strict intermittend fasting / low carb for the next fortnight sould like a plan to fend off potential endothelial inflammation?

      1. Gary Ogden

        Eric: One good thing you can do is read Chapter 14 of “A Statin Nation,” ‘How to avoid Dying of CVD and Anything Else.’

    4. Prudence Kitten

      As far as I can see, Eric, the answer to your question is that Covid-19 is a disease that does not require a vaccine of any kind.

      The only people to whom the disease is dangerous are so frail and sick that the vaccine is at least as harmful to them as the virus.

      1. Eric

        Yes, I do. One with unwanted side effects, as vaccines go, but it does the job it was designed to do. I think that being fit and healthy was enough for most to survive the first wave but with the mutations out there, I am very concerned about the next winter.

        I marvel at self-assuredness of those who are not.

        1. garethhawker

          Eric, you wrote: “I marvel at self-assuredness of those who are not.”

          At present cases are increasing slightly in the UK, allegedly because of the ‘Indian variant’. Meanwhile, in India, cases have been plummeting ever since India approved the use of ivermectin.

          The UKs increasing vaccine coverage is proving useless, while India’s massive coverage of ivermectin is proving extremely successful. The UK should learn from this.

          1. Eric

            Are there any papers that show that Ivermectin actually works?
            For now, my interpretation is that all waves have a habit of petering out because you get a background immunity in the population from passing infections that stayed below the radar – until the next variation comes along.

        2. Fast Eddy

          This sounds like a fantastic idea!!!!

          Of course when CovIDIOTS take these Injections… and something goes badly wrong (5000 dead 25000 maimed in the US alone)… they have no legal recourse.

          So yes this is a fantastic idea!!! I knew I should have bought into the Big FARMa ETF earlier.

          A senior Chinese health official has called on the World Health Organization to scrap late-stage human trials as a criterion for its coronavirus vaccine emergency use listing.

          I have an idea…. instead of experimenting on animals (poor animals – why should they suffer)…. instead we collect CovIDIOTS and put the in a cage … and conduct experiments on them.

          After all…. they are already volunteering for the Covid Experiment even though there are epic numbers of deaths and maimings… and best of all – they are doing this for free! How community-minded of them.

          1. Eric

            For what it is worth, on the continent, the manufacturers were not let off the hook and the reviews and approvals were not preliminary but full. This was one of the reasons why Europe is behind on vaccinations, the other being that we export 50% of our production, unlike the US and UK.

            I admit having legal recourse will be of little consolation if things go really pear shaped, but from what has surfaced so far, this is not happening, fortunately.

          2. Jerome Savage

            Eric – Please explain how full approval was achieved in Europe without long term trials.

          3. Jerome Savage

            There may be some sort of explanation buried in there somewhere but we can’t argue with the fact that long term studies are not complete neither now nor at the time of rollout. Spade a spade etc.

          4. Prudence Kitten

            “Of course when CovIDIOTS take these Injections… and something goes badly wrong (5000 dead 25000 maimed in the US alone)… they have no legal recourse”.

            Although I am fairly sure that pitchforks will continue to work.

    5. theasdgamer

      Distancing doesn’t work, per the MIT review by Bazant and Bush…

      “A guideline to limit indoor airborne transmission of COVID-19”

      Masking is not a good solution for various reasons–mostly, it is bad for you to wear a mask. Period. If humidity is high, you will risk a bacterial infection. If humidity is low, you will risk inhaling 30% of the viruses from your previous exhalations. If you go unmasked, your larger droplets won’t be aerosolized because they will drop to the floor.

      Supplement with vitamins C, D, zinc and get vitamin-D-producing sun exposure when you can. That’s been generally effective for respiratory viruses. And have some elderberry concentrate on hand in the winter in case you get the sniffles.

      No reason to panic or fear covid.

  91. Martin Back

    I was looking at the Senate Hearing on COVID-19 Outpatient Treatment dated November 19, 2020, particularly Dr Peter McCullough’s testimony, and I noticed some interesting differences between the transcript and what was actually said.

    Now the transcript is obviously done by speech-to-text software, and therefore imperfect. So when “hydroxychloroquine” is transcribed as “hydroxy clerk” one can blame the software, but when it is replaced by the word “it” one must suspect intentional human involvement, since no software would do that. It does make the transcript hard to search. And when chunks of text are missing, which can change the meaning slightly or eliminate searchable proper names, one has to wonder why. (Note that the transcript does not appear to be time-stamped, so it’s hard to match the video with the transcript.)

    A few examples I picked up (in every case it is Dr McCullough speaking). The actual transcript is done by me. The bolded words are missing:







  92. Mike Rogers

    Very clear article. I am researching (as a layman) what makes the difference between someone who barely notices the mRNA injection, and somebody who suffers badly, unto and including severe clotting problems.
    Three things interest me – if the injection is intramuscular, presumably the intent is for the immune response to be localized, even if the T-cells, etc are eventually widely dispersed. Therefore, what happens if a vein or capillary gets a significant amount of the vaccine? Where might the spike proteins be expressed, and what harm could be caused?
    Your explanation for the method by which the Covid-19 virus can damage lungs and blood vessels is very good – I’ll chase down those other articles about the effects of the spike protein alone.
    If the mRNA vaccine is short-lived, how long would the spike proteins circulate? Are they mostly neutralized but the immune response, OR do they accumulate where harm can be done?

    1. David Bailey

      You might expect that that mechanism should apply to all intramuscular injections – so there should be some research about the frequency with which it happens.

      Also, is this more likely to happen if a hastily trained person gives the injection?

    2. me oliveira

      There is some bonus on not knowing the things.
      A small volume of anything put with the most fine needle in a muscle disrupts its structure like a small bomb. Myocites (muscle cells) and tiny blood vessels (arterioles, capillaries, veins) are destroyed.
      Besides, for the sake of not cause pain, the needle is “harpooned” quickly and the product is inject in seconds.
      The substance injected can access the circulation immediately. Not all of it, but most part.
      The intramuscular route is second in efficacy and speed of action compared to the intravenous one.
      Have a nice “jab”.

  93. Dr. John H

    Just read this fantastic quote from Malcolm’s book “Doctoring Data” written long before Covid:

    First they came for the communists,
    and I didn’t speak out because I wasn’t a communist.

    Then they came for the socialists,
    and I didn’t speak out because I wasn’t a socialist.

    Then they came for the trade unionists,
    and I didn’t speak out because I wasn’t a trade unionist.

    Then they came for me,
    and there was no one left to speak out for me.

    “Do you think this is a massive over-reaction? Do I really believe that we are heading for some form of totalitarian state, where dissent against the medical ‘experts’ will be punishable by imprisonment? Well, yes I do.”

      1. Gary Ogden

        Tish: Thanks. Though I’ve read “Doctoring Data” four times, I was at a loss to find it. How vastly worse things are a mere seven years later.

  94. Fast Eddy

    Here’s a thought… what if the majority of all doctors and nurses in the UK walked off the job protesting against the Covid response – and refused to Inject anyone?

    Now that might have some effect….

    We’ll grow palm trees in Resolute Bay before that happens though.

    It’s funny how people — no matter how pissed they are — do not take the obvious actions … I observed in Hong Kong millions taking to the streets to oppose the Junta… they were beaten and tear gassed and jailed…

    All they had to do is enmasse refuse to report to work for a week… if that didn’t work make it a month… but nope… and look at the end result.

    1. Steve

      Fast Eddy.
      With the exception of Dr Kendrick and a relatively small number of others. The sad fact is that there is a substantial proportion of the medical establishment who support, or even believe, all the guff and false narratives that the Covidian Governments push out.
      After 15 Months of the lies and insanity the medical profession has had sufficient time to speak out. They haven’t. Therefore we can safely assume they won’t.
      Is it money, fear ignorance ? Their reputation is another of the casualties of this chaos.

      1. Fast Eddy

        Perhaps they realize resistance is futile?

        “I care not what puppet is placed on the throne of England to rule the Empire, … The man that controls Britain’s money supply controls the British Empire. And I control the money supply.” Nathan Rothschild

        “Once a nation parts with the control of its currency and credit, it matters not who makes the nation’s laws. … Until the control of the issue of currency and credit is restored to government and recognized as its most sacred responsibility, all talk of the sovereignty of parliament and of democracy is idle and futile.” — Mackenzie King, Canadian Prime Minister 1935-1948.

        “I am a most unhappy man. I have unwittingly ruined my country. A great industrial nation is controlled by its system of credit. Our system of credit is concentrated. The growth of the nation, therefore, and all our activities are in the hands of a few men. We have come to be one of the worst ruled, one of the most completely controlled and dominated Governments in the civilized world no longer a Government by free opinion, no longer a Government by conviction and the vote of the majority, but a Government by the opinion and duress of a small group of dominant men.” – Woodrow Wilson, after signing the Federal Reserve into existence

        “Some of the biggest men in the United States, in the field of commerce and manufacture, are afraid of somebody, are afraid of something. They know that there is a power somewhere so organized, so subtle, so watchful, so interlocked, so complete, so pervasive that they had better not speak above their breath when they speak in condemnation of it.” ― Woodrow Wilson

        “The conscious and intelligent manipulation of the organized habits and opinions of the masses is an important element in democratic society. Those who manipulate this unseen mechanism of society constitute an invisible government which is the true ruling power of our country. …We are governed, our minds are molded, our tastes formed, our ideas suggested, largely by men we have never heard of.” – Edward Bernays – Propaganda

        1. Eric

          At least the first quote is dodgy but keeps being brought up by antisemites to prove secret Jewish world domination.

          And since this was the first hit for the verbatim phrase, let’s also delve into the article history at wikipedia:

          I have deleted two passages from this page. The first was added by the blocked user(s) User: / User:Edumacater on 21 August 2014‎:

          In 1815, Rothschild made his famous statement: “I care not what puppet is placed upon the throne of England to rule the Empire on which the sun never sets. The man who controls the British money supply controls the British Empire, and I control the British money supply.”[1]

          It came with a reference (without page number) apparently citing Volume 2 of Niall Ferguson’s “The House of Rothschild”, but since that volume deals with the years 1849-1999, it seemed to me at the very least rather doubtful considering Nathan died in 1836.

      2. Gary Ogden

        Steve: I suspect the primary reason for this is fear. A powerful tool of control. The purpose of this plandemic is twofold: 1. To control the population, which requires monitoring; thus vaccination cards and passports (China has gone much farther than this). 2. To transfer vast amounts of wealth from the population to the very wealthy via untested, dangerous, and unnecessary gene therapies masquerading as vaccines and forced into the arms of the credulous and those who know better but have no choice. Nine brand new pharmaceutical billionaires in the U.S. alone; enough to field a baseball team.

    2. me oliveira

      politicians say “no jab, no job”. Now, they fear that people, actually with no money, will not pay due (albeit illegal) taxes. How politicians could live without money from the people? Finishing lockdowns.

    3. Mike Coker

      Would you take to the streets about anything ? I doubt it. So stop sneering at the people that have the courage that you don’t

      1. Fast Eddy

        Thanks for reinforcing the point I am making…

        The people who formulated this plan know that the doctors and nurses will report for work… they know that the masses will not push back in any meaningful way…

        And they know that no matter how far they push (how about that extension on the July 21 lockdown that’s coming soon!)…. the only grief they will get are people screeching on forums like this one… and some gentle people marching around the block ‘demanding freedom’….

        Anyone going beyond those boundaries and turning to violence… well then we’ll see the fangs unsheath… and we’ll see the true nature of what we are up against (well not me … I am all for putting us down… it’s an act of kindness)

        When you hold all the cards… you can do whatever you want…. resistance is a flea on the back of an elephant… easily brushed aside

        It’s not like it’s another cold war … if you side with the Americans they’ll provide you with guns and ammo to fight the USSR….

        All countries are dancing to the Vaccine Beat.

        If all of them are in lock step… and all of them are not evil … then you have to look for a better explanation of why they are doing this.

        As I have done.

  95. Fast Eddy

    I am curious … has anyone been able to cure a CovIDIOT?

    I am not talking about someone who has worked it out for themselves (eventually) … I am interested in knowing if after exposing a CovIDIOT to facts that should make them change their mind… they admitted they were fooled.

    The longer this goes … the more difficult this becomes.

    The only cure so far for CovIDIOCY… appears to be the Injection.

    1. Dr. John H

      My sister screamed at me a year ago when I told her masks don’t work and the whole Covid thing is BS. It took a lot of time and effort on my part, but now she fully gets it.

      1. Penny

        Your sister screamed at you; my husband is saying that I have dementia as I won’t be vaccinated for the coronavirus!

        1. AhNotepad

 has a video today with a nurse and others trying to inform people in a jab queue about adverse effects. An 18 year old had only one response “I don’t wanna know”. A woman who claimed to have researched it, did not know about the yellow card system or what mRNA was.

        2. Thunkit

          Penny, you may not take this well, but I think your husband has crossed a line. I’m a bloke, and I wouldn’t dream of saying anything like this to my partner, even in the heat of the moment.

  96. Steve

    Now that the UK Government has approved the destruction of the UK gene stock we can congratulate the Tories for the destruction of the UK economy, the NHS and the future of the youth of our country. Aren’t they doing well ?
    Hyperbole ? Maybe, the scary thing is no-one actually knows the impact and dangers of giving an experimental vaccine to children – children who are literally not at any risk from Covid themselves.

    Last week, Britain’s regulators approved the Pfizer jab for 12-15-year-olds, concluding it is ‘safe and effective in this age group and that the benefits of this vaccine outweigh any risk’. Several high-profile experts have questioned the ethics of the decision, which came even as 93 doctors in Israel – a testing ground for the same vaccine – wrote to their government begging them not to use it on children.

    Dr Bridle, an associate professor of viral immunology at the University of Guelph, Ontario is a member of the Canadian Covid Care Alliance. This group has produced a guide as to ‘why parents, teens and children should question the Covid-19 vaccine’:

    Click to access 2021-05-31_-_Guide_to_COVID-19_vaccines_for_parents_-_FINAL.pdf

    Hard to believe this is proceeding. The Government has literally torn up the Nuremberg Code.

  97. Tish

    How about us all telling people about Malcolm’s prediction? I have just sent this to 60 people. it could be hopeless, but just in case…


    I’ve just seen this from Dr. Malcolm Kendrick’s book ‘Doctoring Data’ published in 2014. Page 129:

    “This, of course, is where State Censorship usually begins… and where does it end? Well, we know where it ends:

    First they came for the communists,
    and I didn’t speak out because I wasn’t a communist.

    Then they came for the socialists,
    and I didn’t speak out because I wasn’t a socialist.

    Then they came for the trade unionists,
    and I didn’t speak out because I wasn’t a trade unionist.

    Then they came for me,
    and there was no one left to speak for me.

    Do you think this is a massive over-reaction? Do I really believe that we are heading for some form of totalitarian state, where dissent against the medical ‘experts’ will be punishable by imprisonment? Well, yes, I do. We are already in a situation where doctors who fail to follow the dreaded ‘guidelines’ can be sued, or dragged in front of the General Medical Council, and struck off. Thus losing their job, and income.”


    Yes, Malcolm Kendrick could see it all coming and wrote that accompanying last paragraph in 2014. A very wise man who has followed bogus research for years. Ridiculed by the censors of course but not by people with true knowledge and integrity.

    It may already be too late but everyone needs to wake up. Our freedom is going and our lives are certainly threatened, but not directly by any virus. We need to end all the lies and censorship and the branding of anyone with a different point of view a conspiracy theorist.

  98. Fast Eddy

    Hey Eric… seems like a few minor side effects in the UK as well… nothing to be concerned about… still makes sense for everyone to Inject their children. The odds are still favourable.

    Summary of Adverse Events UK

    According to an updated report published on June 3rd (covering the period up to May 26th), the MHRA Yellow Card reporting system has recorded a total of 888,196 events, based on 256,224 reports. The total number of fatalities reported is 1,253.

    Pfizer (14 million first doses, 10.6 million second doses) now has one Yellow Card in 382 doses, 2.9 adverse reactions (i.e., symptoms) per card, one fatal reaction in 62,121 doses.

    AstraZeneca (24.3 million first doses, 13.4 million second doses) has one Yellow Card in 200 doses, 3.7 adverse reactions per card, one fatal reaction in 45,637 doses.

    Moderna (0.4 million first doses) has one Yellow Card in 162 doses, 2.8 adverse reactions per card, one fatal reaction in 100,000 doses.

    Key events analysis:

    Acute Cardiac Events = 9,582
    Anaphylaxis = 1,044
    Blood Disorders = 12,684
    Headaches = 90,738
    Migraine = 8,200
    Blind = 250
    Spontaneous Abortions = 149 + 11 still birth
    Vomiting = 12,478
    Facial Paralysis incl. Bell’s Palsy = 1,035
    Face Swelling = 1,322
    Disturbances in Consciousness = 11,801
    Strokes and CNS haemorrhages = 1,774
    Guillain Barre Syndrome = 308
    Tremor = 9,827
    Thrombosis & Embolism = 4,663
    Nosebleeds = 2,196
    Seizures = 1,996
    Paralysis = 722
    Haemorrhage (All types) = 3,438

    1. Fast Eddy

      And now we hand you over to the ever-reliable BBC for the GOOD NEWS!

      Hospital Covid admissions after jab ‘very, very small’

      Are you getting a little uncomfortable about now????? Perhaps starting to question the narrative?

      Nah… they wouldn’t lie to you … would they…. you trust Mother Boris

  99. Tish

    P.S. My last paragraph is part of the email. This blog doesn’t need to be told how good Dr Kendrick is!

  100. Jerome Savage

    Just been made aware of a casualty with the underlying condition, neurofibromatosis. Fell ill after the jab, end of 1 weeks palliative care today.

  101. lingulella

    Am I getting paranoid in my old age or does anyone else view the sudden referring to India being dropped in favour of Delta suspiciously coincidental with the precipitous drop in ‘cases’ before even 2% of the population had been vaccinated – but long after ivermectin etc had been given the green light.
    The news here was trumpeting the ever rising cases of the Indian Variant in India until the rise stalled and reversed, then the Delta Variant appeared to magically distract from any questioning of what caused the defeat of the variant formerly known as India.

  102. lingulella

    Was the change from Indian Variant to Delta Variant unrelated to the sudden drastic drop in cases in India resulting not from vaccination but from ivermectin etc? Or did someone not want too many question being asked about what happened in India?

  103. JDPatten

    Hey Eric,
    Keep up the thoughtful commentary. It’s refreshing to see a different perspective here, one that might have a stimulating effect on the thought processes of others.
    Though it’s all too likely to stimulate defensiveness and deeper entrenchment into prior convictions, at least your most vociferous combatants will have revealed themselves.
    Being proud of one’s misperceptions of reality as a product of creative belief is rife.

    1. Mr Chris

      What’s happening, is the wind changing? Has the fight back begun. If so I am glad to have stuck around.

    2. Fast Eddy

      It’s always good to throw a few more CovIDIOTS into the ring… it’s good practice for the rest of us

  104. Ian Partington

    So Merck hid data, to protect their business at the expense of patients? Surely this couldn’t happen today? Could it?? Oh, hang on……

  105. Irene Wood

    Does anyone know anything about CATIONIC LIPIDS, an ingredient of lipid nanoparticles(LPN’s) used to encapsulate the mRNA in vaccines?

    Reference- Hearing #37 of the German Corona Extra-Parliamentary Inquiry Committee with Dr. Vanessa Schmidt Kreuger in Jan 2021-
    English translation at

    Something alarming comes up about the lipid nanoparticles and specifically CATIONIC LIPIDS.

    Dr SK states the ingredients of the LPN’s lipid envelope include cholesterol, PEG component and CATIONIC LIPID – the latter she describes as “very very toxic” and “we have known this for over 20 years”. (PEG has a separate problem.)

    In discussing the BioNTech vaccine :”the LPN’s consist of up to 50% of these CATIONIC LIPIDS, 50% is very high, they are toxic because they have this positive charge… create maximum oxidative stress in the cells leading to such damage that the cell cannot repair itself fast enough, and that is why it dies.”

    The CATIONIC LIPIDS are so toxic that in animal studies rats sustained massive liver damage. The liver showed “vacuolising” – attempting to sequester away the cationic lipid in vacuoles within it.

    Dr SK continues -“BioNTech admits that themselves, it is in the report, it is the cationic lipids. The liver tries to eliminate these cationic lipids, to metabolize them, but does not manage because there are too many of them”

    So in the case of both cationic lipids and PEGylated lipids, the body excretes these toxins into the public water supply? So many questions –

    How long do these toxins persist? How can they be removed or neutralized? Can unruptured nanoparticles be excreted? Could ionizing water neutralize the toxicity of cationic lipids?

    With mass vaccination roll-outs what quantities of this stuff could we be talking about?

    What happens if a PEG sensitized person drinks PEGylated lipid laced water?

    What happens if we drink cationic lipid laced water?

    Interview answer -” they haven’t considered this at all because they haven’t done any analysis on the environmental impact of all of this…”

    I have tried to search PubMed for articles on waste water treatment of cationic lipid but lack the science background to understand the studies I found.

    So please comment any scientists/ science researchers or civil engineers familiar with waste water treatments out there, (and of course Dr Kendrick if you are able to).

    1. Martin Back

      I’m a civil engineer and I read that article and I am unconcerned. The amounts of lipids and PEG involved are so small that by the time they get into the drinking water you are talking infinitesimal amounts measured in parts per billion, not to mention most of them will have passed through humans, animals, insects, bacteria and algae and been deactivated along the way.

      I can’t comment on what happens inside you when you get the jab, though.

      1. Eggs ‘n beer

        I’m a chemical engineer who’s spent six years working in a large water/waste water utility. The emphasis on treating waste water is the removal of solids, nitrates and phosphates, with possible additional treatment by u.v. (to minimise bacteria and viruses) if the final effluent is discharged to a river. We know that many chemicals like oestrogen are not removed and are implicated in fish fertility and sexuality despite infinitesimal concentrations (<5ppb).

        Water treatment plants are only concerned with removing particles and sanitising against bacteria/viruses. I doubt that the flocculent (aluminium sulphate) will remove lipids.

        If lipids are making it through our internal processes, including the trillions of bacteria in our guts, into our waste streams intact then I don’t see why they should be “deactivated”, whatever that means, by other organisms even if such organisms ingest them before they’re extracted for human use.

        1. Martin Back

          I’m not going to argue with you, but to motivate my unconcern, I note the word “cationic” which implies something highly reactive with an electrical charge and assumed it would quickly react with [whatever] and thereafter no longer be highly reactive.

          I note also that many lipids are food and assumed that something would eat and digest them in their journey to our drinking water, plus they are dissolved by detergents of which there are massive quantities in our waste water. Fat is a problem in our pipes (“fatbergs”) but I’m not aware that it’s a problem after wastewater treatment.

        2. theasdgamer

          Cationic lipids would likely bind with a chloride ion and produce a solid. But chloride ions are so rare! (for non-chemists, chloride ions are everywhere and this was a joke)

          Chloride ions are likely to produce water-insoluble solids like calcium chloride. The ionic bonds of chloride have a substantial covalent character when bonded to large cations, iirc from my very rusty chemistry. We used test tubes made from sabertooth cat fangs back then.

  106. Sayless

    Dr Kendrick,
    Another wonderful article. It felt like a mini medical lesson, and I felt I learned a lot. Thank you for all you are doing and the way you explain the issues. I have some other questions I would love to know more about.

    I imagine there is a process by which medical professionals report malpractice/negligence, and I assume you have reported the UK’s medical decisions regarding COVID. It would be fascinating if you could write an article on your and your colleages’ comminications with the authorities and the responses received.

    Is there any process by which regular citizens can report the malpractice/negligence that we are aware of?

    Has anyone organised a survey of all relevant medical professionals (e.g. epidemiologists etc.) in the UK to gauge overall feelings as to whether they agree with the UK’s health reponse? If not, what organisation normally would perform this task?

    Regarding the COVID PCR test, I predicted many months ago that as the vaccines were rolled out the they would reduce the cycle threshold value needed to flag a positive test (to give the impression the vaccines are working better than they are). Are you aware of any data that indicates this is occurring in the UK? In which datasets would we find this data? I believe there was a WHO article recently that said after vaccination the cycle threshold should be set to 25.

    Are you in a positon to submit to a medical journal a research paper that refutes any of the current incorrect UK COVID policies?

  107. Fast Eddy

    Is it just me… or does anyone else find it very odd that they’d skip these key tests … then want to Inject this into children … who are at no risk from Covid?

    Recently, there has been speculation regarding potential safety signals associated with COVID-19 mRNA vaccines. Many different unusual, prolonged, or delayed reactions have been reported, and often these are more pronounced after the second shot. Women have reported changes in menstruation after taking mRNA vaccines. Problems with blood clotting (coagulation) – which are also common during COVID-19 disease – are also reported.

    Among the most critical tests, which must be performed prior to testing any drug or vaccines in a human being, is whether it can cause mutations in the DNA (genotoxicity), or whether it could cause problems with cells or tissues of the reproductive tract – including ovaries (reproductive toxicity). In the case of the Pfizer COVID mRNA vaccine, these newly revealed documents raise additional questions about both the genotoxicity and reproductive toxicity risks of this product. Standard studies designed to assess these risks were not performed in compliance with accepted empirical research standards. Furthermore, in key studies designed to test whether the vaccine remains near the injection site or travels throughout the body, Pfizer did not even use the commercial vaccine (BNT162b2) but instead relied on a “surrogate” mRNA producing the luciferase protein.

    These new disclosures seem to indicate that the U.S. and other governments are conducting a massive vaccination program with an incompletely characterized experimental vaccine. It is certainly understandable why the vaccine was rushed into use as an experimental product under emergency use authority, but these new findings suggest that routine quality testing issues were overlooked in the rush to authorize use. People are now receiving injections with an mRNA gene therapy-based vaccine, which produces the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein in their cells, and the vaccine may be also delivering the mRNA and producing spike protein in unintended organs and tissues (which may include ovaries). Unfortunately, there is no way to know if this is related to vaccine safety signals or reports of menstrual irregularities; the required studies were either not done or not done properly.

    1. Steve

      Lest we forget – the state and the ‘teaching profession’ have a history of child abuse.
      1. Some schools recently have been using isolation booths’ to ‘manage’ children who are perceived to be problematic.
      2. Parents being pressured into putting their children on Ritalin, a psychoactive drug, with some children have been given the drug by school secretaries, dinner ladies and even some other pupils.
      3. Now, it’s the ‘vaccine’.
      Is the plan to cull and sterilise children to reduce the population ?

  108. Martin Back

    If there is a conspiracy to reduce the world’s population via a pandemic (which I don’t believe), this isn’t it. This is a trial run to develop and test the best rapid-response anti-pandemic technology on billions of people to make sure it is perfectly safe. That’s why they are giving the various vaccines away for free.

    Recall that when you use a “free” service like Facebook, you are actually giving away your data in exchange. Similarly you are now being a guinea pig for various vaccine experiments, plus they are testing the population’s reaction to government anti-pandemic measures.

    So when the Big One hits (and it might be totally unplanned like Ebola, or it might be manufactured in a research laboratory), they can rapidly rush out a very safe and effective vaccine. But it won’t be given away for free. Oh no. This one you will have to pay for, and pay quite a bit. So the elites with money or connections are guaranteed to survive. For the unwashed masses, however, there are government policies like mask mandates, lockdowns, social distancing, etc. We know from experience these actions are completely useless, but lots of people believe they are effective. That’s the point. People will shelter in place and die, believing a sympathetic government is doing everything it can within its limited financial means to save them, so they will die quietly and without a fuss.

    The poor but young and healthy will probably survive, with reduced reproductive capacity. That’s good. There’s will always be a need for an underclass to do the dirty work in the glorious unpolluted future the elite are (maybe) planning.

    1. Will Cobblers

      Not sure that works when we do not pay for our vaccines at time of supply but through general taxation.

  109. Fast Eddy

    If Big Pharma wanted more money — they could have just had a word with finance ministers and said ‘you give us some cash or we unleash covid and make the cash by selling vaccines….’

    Surely if they would have been handed a trillion dollars … that’s a win win for everyone.

    The Covid-19 pandemic and its aftermath has pushed the global debt higher by $32 trillion in 2020 to $290.6 trillion led by government and non-financial corporate debt, and will continue to rise in 2021, said a latest release by Moody’s Investor Service (Moody’s).”

  110. Fast Eddy

    Enough is Enough! How dare these Big Pharma’s think they are financial institutions!

    “The United Nations said Monday that the Covid-19 pandemic’s impact on the world of work was four times worse than the 2008 economic crisis. The UN’s International Labour Organization said the pandemic had had a “devastating” and even “cataclysmic” effect, as it sought to tackle an uneven recovery from the coronavirus crisis.”

  111. Nigel

    NHS GP resigns and speaks out on COVID-19 lies …

    I doubt that he’s the only doctor at the end of his tether. I don’t see an easy way in which the monolithic NHS can be reformed in the direction he favours, i.e. the one advocated by Malcolm Kendrick, David Grimes, David Unwin and others.

    If I was slightly more confident, I’d de-register totally from a GP even at my age (67).

    It may have made some sense in the past in terms of efficiency and lower costs but having a monolithic and state-owned NHS seems to have made some unwelcome policies easier to implement in the past 15 months. ‘Whitehall’ can interfere in a centralised system to its heart’s content, including telling medics. exactly what to do and say and now stealing, sorry ‘transferring’ English GP records to the DHSC where they can be sold to the highest bidder. (Opt out within a fortnight if you object.)

    1. LA_Bob

      Hi, Eric,

      Read the article (and many of the comments). I’m a little puzzled. I thought the “original” SARS-CoV-2 undermined the interferon response. Does Alpha simply do it better?

      It’s hard for me to imagine how anyone anywhere has survived this “resourceful” virus. People with no antibodies and compromised interferon and nary a symptom of COVID-19. Must be much more to human immunity than interferon and antibodies. Just gotta be. I hope someone, somewhere is trying to figure out why.

      The vaccines seem one-dimensional by comparison.

      There’s also the question of “viral interference”. Catch a rhinovirus about the same time as SARS-CoV-2, and the rhinovirus triggers the interferon activity. Poor SARS-CoV-2 doesn’t get off the starting blocks.

      Seems to me this sort of thing implies a great deal of randomness in the COVID epidemiological data. Yet we argue endlessly over whose mitigation efforts work better.

      1. Eric

        Good point, Maybe we should be helicopters to spray rhinovirus in the next wave 🙂

        Seriously, there was some noise about flu, pertussis or varicella vaccine beeing somewhat protective against Covid a year ago. Could be exactly the mechanism you propose, i.e. these vaccines ramp up the immune system which then accidentially makes short work of Covid.

  112. lingulella

    It seems that the university in Barcelona who came up with the ‘story’ about there being traces of the virus in sewage in March 2019 are sticking by their research.
    This is interesting because the earliest date on the Covid timeline in September 12th 2019 when the various bat virus databases started to disappear from WIV servers.
    However, Barcelona always gets/got an influx of Chinese tourists around Chinese New Year which fell on February 5th in 2019.
    Knowing how many survive Covid when infected and considering how non-serious infection can be in young people, how likely is it that the virus ‘leaked’ far earlier than when the databases became inaccessible, and was carried to Barcelona in February 2019 where any symptomatic infections would have been identified as ‘influenza’ most likely as an unspecified ILI.

    1. Eric

      Now bat virus databases disappearing on Sept 12 2019 is a new angle I hadn’t heard of before. Do you have more info?

      1. lingulella

        Hi Eric, sorry I thought it was fairly common knowledge but maybe I just read sites that note it. I will go back through my recent browsing history to dig out the article that discusses the timeline and post a link. Access was initially restricted then databases taken offline as I recall, Pinning down the origins is slightly academic but must be between the release of papers that revealed to ability to make chimeras from bat viruses and the attempts – removing access to genome dbs – to cover the tracks.

  113. Fast Eddy

    Lab Made

    Medical doctor Steven Quay and Emeritus Professor Richard Muller have written an article in the Wall Street Journal in which they set out what they believe to be “the most compelling reason to favour the lab leak hypothesis”. It is the fact that SARS-CoV-2 has a genetic feature that has never been observed in natural SARS-like coronaviruses, but which is the preferred feature for scientists when engineering viruses in the lab. It’s preferred because it is simpler and more familiar for lab workers, and also because it can then be used as a tell-tale marker of the engineered virus when tracking it in the lab.

    The genome of SARS-CoV-2 includes as part of its genetic coding of the spike protein a sequence known as “double CGG” (CGG-CGG) that codes for two “arginine” amino acids in a row. Quay and Muller explain that there are 35 other possibilities that could occur in this location, known as the “furin cleavage site”, which would not disadvantage the virus in any way so are equally likely to be selected for by natural fitness. Furthermore, viruses often evolve by picking up genetic code from other viruses (known as recombination), but since double CGG doesn’t exist in nature for SARS-like viruses (or didn’t before SARS-CoV-2) this common route of picking it up is not available, making its appearance in a new coronavirus even less likely.

    On the other hand, double CGG is the most commonly used sequence for lab workers when engineering the furin cleavage site in gain-of-function research, because it is readily available and familiar and can then be used to track the engineered virus.

    There is also evidence the Wuhan scientists tried to conceal this genetic smoking gun. When the Wuhan Institute of Virology’s “bat woman” Dr Shi Zhengli and colleagues published a paper in February 2020 with the virus’s partial genome, the double-CGG furin cleavage site section was in the part of the genome omitted (though could be seen in the accompanying data).

    The double-CGG furin cleavage site is often used in gain-of-function engineering to make a virus more infectious or virulent. “Humanised” mice are typically then repeatedly exposed to the engineered virus in order to accelerate the process of adaptation to humans. If the virus did originate through this kind of research it would therefore explain why there is no evidence of this adaptation occurring in nature for SARS-CoV-2, unlike with SARS-1.

    A further point of interest is that the U.S. National Security Council, after reading an April 2020 paper in which Chinese military researchers studied SARS-CoV-2 using humanised mice, deduced that the mice involved must have been engineered some time during summer 2019, prior to the pandemic, raising questions about the reasons they had been engineered and what they were being used for at the time SARS-CoV-2 emerged in the autumn of 2019.

    The evidence for a lab leak origin during gain-of-function research is looking more compelling by the day.

    1. David Bailey

      I know that the earlier SARS-COV viruses also featured the spike protein. Do you know if this protein is present more generally in nature – i.e. is it possible that the gene for this protein was designed some time back, and they have been working since then on trying to produce a virus that could effectively spread it?

    2. Steve

      Need to assess the source of these stories, as China itself remarks this is a similar agenda to the Iraq WMD stories disseminated by the same people and organisations – primarily the US and UK war criminals.
      “Medical doctor Steven Quay and Emeritus Professor Richard Muller have written an article in the Wall Street Journal”. Doh ! maybe they couldn’t get their ‘stories’ printed in a medical journal ?
      “the U.S. National Security Council, after reading an April 2020 paper,.. deduced that the mice involved must have been engineered some time during summer 2019,” Spooks speak !
      The evidence, if it exists, is very shaky, and blaming China is very convenient politically.
      I know Dr K is apparently of the opinion that China is possibly to blame, but all I would say is that you can guarantee that firm evidence will NEVER be produced by those spreading this narrative and those spreading these stories very obviously have other agendas to promote.
      Other obvious parallels exist in the Skripal and Salisbury stories.
      Won’t be fooled again ?

      1. Jerome Savage

        Dr. Bertok Gabor, Hungarian virologist explains why the virus could not hav mutated naturally to its present form.


        Apparently the bats were thousands of kms away from wuhan for a start.
        Narrower time frame here.

        WMD was promoted by the Republicans primarily to justify rushing in to iraq (where contracts found their way to Rumsfeld & Chaney interests )
        Difficult to see a rush in to china and trump appears to have less of s war mongering instinct than previous administrations.