Unvaccinated patients who require transfusions can now access “pure blood” thanks to a new service called “SafeBlood Donation,” which was launched by a Swiss naturopath named George Della Pietra.
SafeBlood Donation, which currently has members in at least 16 countries, has the long-term goal of opening blood banks that provide its members with unvaccinated plasma, VICE reported.
George Della Pietra (founder) interviewed by Jason Liosatos.
According to George Della Pietra, the demand for “pure blood” has skyrocketed globally. The Gateway Pundit previously reported that a peer-reviewed study in Italy found that 94% of people who experienced side effects after receiving mRNA vaccines had abnormal blood and contained foreign matter one month after vaccination.
The surgeons believed that the vaccine makers should provide an explanation as to what is within the shots and why those components are present.
“In our experience as clinicians, these mRNA injections are very unlike traditional “vaccines” and their manufacturers need, in our opinions, to come clean about what is in the injections and why it is there,” they said.
For this exact reason, a lot of people refuse blood transfusion if the donor had received a Covid vaccination. “I get hundreds of emails asking me, ‘Do you have blood [available], because I have surgery coming up in three weeks,’” Pietra told VICE World News.
“We want to be a platform for people who want to have the free choice of blood donors,” he said. “Whether they think there is a real conspiracy theory going on, that the New World Order [is happening], or if they simply say ‘I just don’t want it’ for whatever reason’.”
In his own studies of vaccinated blood, Della Pietra claimed to have found terrible “contamination” in the COVID vaccine. “I’ve never seen blood like this. This was, to be honest, the main reason I started the whole thing, because when I saw this, I was so horrified,” he said. “The whole vaccination thing is from my point of view, mainly to do with controlling people,” he added.
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Right now, SafeBlood Donation has members in at least 16 countries where the goal is to establish blood banks that provide unvaccinated plasma for their members. The plan is also to pressure more hospitals and health authorities into allowing “directed donations” of specifically unvaccinated blood at traditional blood donation centers.
“Medical authorities only allow directed donations in specific situations where it is medically necessary, such as to source a rare blood type, but refuse growing requests for ‘unvaccinated’ blood on ethical and medical grounds,” one media outlet reported.
The reason why SafeBlood Donation is running into some difficulties with this is because the “official” sources, including the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), all insist that there is no difference between vaccinated and unvaccinated blood.
The expectation is that the current system will not comply with what SafeBlood Donation and its members are trying to do, so the inevitable outcome of this will be the creation of an entirely new blood donation infrastructure where only clean blood is allowed.
The Gateway Pundit previously reported that a doctor from Canada shared on her Twitter followers that she was surprised when one of her patients declined to receive a blood transfusion if the donor had been vaccinated against COVID-19. “So- this was a first for me. A patient declined blood transfusion if the donor had received a covid vaccination,” she wrote.
Another doctor replied and expressed the same sentiment, “Sadly, we’ve had a couple of patients here with the same beliefs.”
In September, a mother told TGP that her one-month-old baby died from a blood clot caused by receiving “COVID-vaccinated blood” during a blood transfusion. “He died after getting a blood transfusion of vaccinated blood,” Hertzler claimed. “He got a blood clot instantly after receiving his transfusion. A blood clot that no blood thinner could resolve.” Hertzler claimed that her son was given the blood by the doctor at Sacred Heart in Spokane, Washington, without her or her husband’s permission. “The doctor gave him a blood transfusion because his hemoglobin levels were a little low. We had not given permission for this and the doctor knew we did not want vaccinated blood because we were worried about blood clots. The next day after the transfusion, they discovered a blood clot,” Hertzler said.
According to American Red Cross, they don’t “label blood products as containing vaccinated or unvaccinated blood as the COVID-19 vaccine does not enter the bloodstream & poses no safety risks to the recipient.”
“While the antibodies that are produced by the stimulated immune system in response to vaccination are found throughout the bloodstream, the actual vaccine components are not,” said Jessa Merrill, the Red Cross director of biomedical communications.
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Blood transfusions are carried out using blood preserves, which go through a complex process after the blood donation in which they are largely cleaned of foreign bodies. The blood obtained in this way could be used for transfusions without hesitation – until now.
With the advent of the completely new mRNA vaccinations (such as currently the Covid vaccinations) we have completely new challenges here, since not only the so-called spike proteins are neutralized to an unknown extent only. According to the current state of science, a large number of undeclared non-organic additives in these vaccinations are only partially eliminated by the known cleaning methods. Dark field microscopy shows the presence of these particles in the blood even after at least 6 months – some of them can never be broken down at all.
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A large number of people have made a conscious decision not to be vaccinated at all against Sars-Cov-2 and will also refuse the upcoming mRNA-based vaccines – for whatever reason. They also have reservations about having blood transfused from vaccinated people. Be it in an emergency, a scheduled operation or because you need regular transfusions for other medical reasons.
This is where the SAFE BLOOD Donation comes into play as an intermediary. We are working to ensure that our members can obtain unvaccinated blood, either fresh or canned, should they need it. In return, they make themselves available as blood donors. Anyone can become a member, whether vaccinated or not – but only those who have not been vaccinated can donate.
Setting up the necessary infrastructure is very time-consuming and we are working on it at full speed. We are already represented in 18 Western European countries, in the USA, Canada, Australia, Asia and various African countries.
We now have members in more than 80 states worldwide, 41 of them in the USA alone. Direct contact persons for individual countries can be found under about us.
As soon as we have enough medical partners (for application, collection and processing of the blood), we will start with the mediation. You can already find an (anonymous) database of our blood donors on this website and search for a compatible donor here – as a member also by region, and search for a medical partner with a list of all hospitals we have asked to partner with us, listed there whether they replied to us or not.
Please note that our main goal is not to run our own blood bank – this is not possible at the moment for legal reasons, but we are working on making it possible anyway and are getting closer by the day – but to match blood donors and recipients, which we bring together in a clinic (medical partner) that allows the choice of blood donor. So, there is no blood bank with mRNA-free blood yet, not even with us. And, although we have already asked hundreds of clinics, at the moment – at least in Europe – all of them still refuse to allow the human right of free blood choice with them – or at least do not want to be mentioned, because otherwise they fear reprisals. However, we promise you that we will not give up until we can offer a worldwide network of such clinics. Good to know, there are parts of the world where at least the choice of donor is still possible, like most African countries and most states in the USA.
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