May 22·edited May 22Pinned

Here is an interview with the no-spike guy Scoglio - with none other than Dr Tom Cowan:


53 minutes - I had trouble negotiating his excellent English but highly accented (Italian) - the link above - in the post - to Off Guardian - is both an interview and the full text of that follows. Cowan is voice only.

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I warned of the dangerous lipid nanoparticles in February 2021, early enough for lives to have been saved.


But Twitter suspended and silenced me. (I had not yet heard of Substack back then.)

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May 21Liked by Kyle Young

F the Cleveland Clinic and their “chest feeding “ just make it stop

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May 21·edited May 21Liked by Kyle Young

Are synthetic LNP...or synthetic mRNA considered to be biological? Myassumption would be no...in the natural use of the word. If they are synthetic should we expect them to express as biogenetic?

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May 21Liked by Kyle Young

Just found you, great work!

Dr Soglio's research certainly tips the cart over on several topics. He's convinced he's correct and Dr McCullough and others are not.

Dr Ana's work is also open to more scrutiny esp the graphene oxide and LNPs Nanotechnology thesis as well as spike protein

Also, Dr. Geoff Pain recently published what he says is proof (electron microscopy) of the isolated SARS COV 2 virus. His photo is from Australia at the very beginning of this mess. And yet the seasonal flu virtually disappeared! The vaccines are still being pushed however 🤔🙄

One thing is certain, someone is full of Bullshit 💩💩💩

Back in the rabbit holes I guess 😁

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May 22Liked by Kyle Young

So, if graphene oxide in the covid jabs is causing problems, what is it that caused symptoms in the unjabbed? I ask because I caught Cv19 in Dec 2019 with my symptoms emerging about a week or so later. in early Jan 2020. Immune system type problems.

What was it that infected me and many others around that time? We can't blame the jabs, but did they manage to create some sort of pathogen with graphene oxide in it that could be transferred from person to person, or was it something different from the jabs? Maybe an attack on the human micro biome?

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UNITE ALL PEOPLES OF OUR GOD GIVEN EARTH Against these demonic murderous dregs they keep murdering UNTIL WE END THEM

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It's good that finally somebody says this apart from Ana Maria Mihalcea and me. Ana proved several points that I substantiated using simple logic:


For spike, mRNA technology would be needed, but it hasn't been deployed, because it would kill the perps, too.

I already said that mRNA was a red herring last June (June 13, 2022):


Added the following on January 8, 2023:


And conclusively closed the case on May 2, 2023:


Plenty of other things can produce the same result and can be controlled:


"Monoclonal antibodies" are just as harmful as the "convid" injections themselves, which I posted no May 13, 2022:


My conjecturing was proven on December 29, 2022:


"Antibodies" are just as much of a fraud as "viral infections."

What makes people sick? Here is the long story short:


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How can there be no spike protein when they have had the genome for it from the beginning? Spike is found in all tissues on autopsy, some for 15 months after injection.

inre Maricopa, it is helpful to know that the people who are supposed to be verifying cannot physically do a comparison in 3 seconds. The screen has to be scrolled to the bottom to see the signature of record. Reporting such a short time is a signal of fraud.

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"...researchers have yet to find any nitrogen or phosphorous...": this seems to me like an odd claim. A researcher certainly has found large amounts of DNA contamination in samplings of vials, and other work is ongoing to replicate these results. (The article series I have in mind starts somewhere around here: https://anandamide.substack.com/p/sequencing-of-bivalent-moderna-and.) Furthermore, Pfizer's own data appears to confirm this. (https://anandamide.substack.com/p/pfizers-own-data-implicates-their)

This is subject is not my field, but I at least have a notion that nucleic acids, including those contained in DNA and RNA, contain both nitrogen and phosphorus. All it takes to confirm that is a quick peek at Encyclopedia Britannica (I like its simple articles that don't make my brain hurt, unlike the researcher's blogs here on Substack, including the ones I linked above):

"Nucleic acids are polynucleotides—that is, long chainlike molecules composed of a series of nearly identical building blocks called nucleotides. Each nucleotide consists of a nitrogen-containing aromatic base attached to a pentose (five-carbon) sugar, which is in turn attached to a phosphate group. Each nucleic acid contains four of five possible nitrogen-containing bases: adenine (A), guanine (G), cytosine (C), thymine (T), and uracil (U)." (Source: https://www.britannica.com/science/nucleic-acid)

But there is more here than just confirmation of DNA. If I understand this correctly (and I am approaching my limits here) both the independent researcher and Pfizer found expression vector plasmids containing the spike protein sequence (see 2nd link above). As you might expect the Pfizer data is obfuscated, and in any case the presence of the sequence does not imply that serum spike will necessarily be detected, but the spike sequence has been detected in the jabs, some of them anyway. The first article linked above used a small sample, but it is just the first report. There are more articles in the series, the sample size increases, and then there is the Pfizer data.

I don't believe there is disagreement here about the injections representing "toxic bombs". They certainly appear to be that. Finding major DNA contamination in them does, however, open up even more possibilities for maiming and murder.

So I am rather wary of claims that these things haven't been found in the vials. But as for antibody testing, well sure, pharma's been running that scam for a long, long time.

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I’m sorry, Kyle, but did you just refer to breast feeding as “chest feeding”? Oh for the love of ... seriously? Are we going to need to move on to the very scientific discussion of whether or not men can give birth? It’s just hard to read anything seriously after the term “chest feeding”

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