I didn’t have a clear picture of how to approach this topic. First and foremost the reader of this substack are aware that I am not one to doom trip for virality (and mostly it is for grift for the most part) so I seldom cover singular cases or topics, there are already too many people enumerating each unique mRNA adverse event and side-effect, daily.
But the following is on topic, within a certain hypothesis I have been pondering for ages, and it is within something I brought to your attention a short while ago, it also has helpful information inside.
Before we delve into the paper, I have to bring something up. Among the many reasons I have distanced myself from many of the Alt-Covid people, one of the top reasons is the fact that most sensationalize too much, and often lack any nuance, which I will bring up while covering the paper.
Sudden Death Associated With Possible Flare-Ups of Multiple Sclerosis After COVID-19 Vaccination and Infection: A Case Report and Literature Review
Despite the unknown causal relationship, several studies have reported that the first manifestation or relapse of multiple sclerosis (MS) is temporally associated with coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) vaccination or infection.1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16
We present an autopsy case of a 19-year-old man with a history of epilepsy whose unwitnessed sudden death occurred unexpectedly in the night. About 4 years before death, he was diagnosed with unilateral optic neuritis (ON). Demyelinating disease was suspected, but he was lost to follow up after the recovery. Six months before death, he received a second dose of mRNA coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) vaccine. Three months before death, he experienced epileptic seizures for the first time. Seventeen days before death, he was infected with COVID-19, which showed self-limited course under home isolation. Several days before death, he complained of seizures again at night. Autopsy revealed multifocal gray-tan discoloration in the cerebrum. Histologically, the lesions consisted of active and inactive demyelinated plaques in the perivenous area of the white matter. Perivascular lymphocytic infiltration and microglial cell proliferation were observed in both white matter and cortex. The other major organs including heart and lung were unremarkable. Based on the antemortem history and postmortem findings, the cause of death was determined to be multiple sclerosis with suspected exacerbation. The direct or indirect involvement of cortex and deep gray matter by exacerbated multiple sclerosis may explain the occurrence of seizures. Considering the absence of other structural abnormalities except the inflammatory demyelination of the cerebrum, fatal arrhythmia or laryngospasm in the terminal epileptic seizure may explain his sudden unexpected death in the benign circumstances. In this case, the onset of seizure was preceded by COVID-19 vaccination, and the exacerbation of seizure was preceded by COVID-19 infection, respectively. Literature reporting first manifestation or relapse of multiple sclerosis temporally associated with COVID-19 vaccination or infection are reviewed.
The history of patients who sadly find an early demise, even if they are older adults really, is highly important. Details matter. Clearly, by the first and second images the patient had a history of nerve problems (optic neuritis is inflammation that damages the optic nerve), optic neuritis sometimes can be a sign of early multiple sclerosis, but not everybody develops MS if they had ON at some point to be abundantly clear.
Per what I “warned” about very early on, 2 months after the mass rollout of the mRNA vaccination campaigns, there is a real lag time between vaccination and potential adverse events, especially non-heart related and immune-mediated, it roughly may take 2 to 3 months for certain adverse events to manifest themselves from a clinical perspective, a large number of people are walking with a myriad of sub-clinical conditions.
I have written about and covered here multiple times, there is a substantial problem with the antigen fixation induced by the mRNA, which makes your body focus solely on the Spike, at the cost of ignoring other parts of the virus, as I previously estimated, vaccine+breakthough infection in susceptible individuals will merely accelerate whatever pathology they have laying inside. The reason me and a friend named SARS-CoV-2 “The Great Accelerator”.
In fact, we go back full circle which brings us to my next point.
A cornerstone of our PAID hypothesis, at least very early on, is the very dysfunctional immune state the mRNA induced in anyone vaccinated with people being affected to different degrees. My main argument was and still is the fact that the mRNA basically annihilates your CD8 (the cells necessary to fight a lot of things) for a period of time, a period enough to set off underlying diseases and “accelerate” whatever else lies in wait.
There is no consensus on the seroconversion towards the other SARS-CoV-2 protein besides the Spike Protein, the only protein produced by the mRNA vaccines (seroconversion is a fancy way to say when people develop an immune response towards something), and as expected by a few of us, improper immune response towards the other parts of the virus such as the N protein would bring problems, such as this one.
Bringing me to this point. Is this MS a problem for most people ? Realistically, no. For the most part, this is a problem for any person genetically predisposed to developing MS, a very small subsection of the vaccinated that suffer a lot of breakthrough infections, but above all else any person with latent viruses, such as Lyme Disease and Epstein-Barr.
All latent viruses have a similar hallmark when your immune system shifts too heavily to one side (usually lacking CD8 cells), they will wake up and wreak havoc, so keeping these latent pathogens in check is a good way to limit and minimize the possibility of developing these degenerative conditions. The same way you keep latent viruses in latency is the same method one uses to keep a proper, functional immune system on. Besides all the supplements I suggest a lot of the time, situations like this are the reason I recommend Serrapeptase so hard to everyone, but especially to the vaccinated.
Of course, it is not so simple as described here, there are many other dynamics at play that may induce nervous system and neurological disorders in regards to SARS-CoV-2 and the after-effects of the infection/vaccination, a lot of other aspects we recently covered here have a relationship with MS, but the N protein is an interesting topic to cover because of how important it is for broad, potent immunity against the virus, its pathological effects, and something I will cover later today.
The double-edge aspect of protein misfolding.
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In addition to seizures we're seeing MS patients show up with new incontinence, asking the doctors why they suddenly have this drastic change. Doctors label it as a worsening of MS symptoms, case closed.
Kind of a bummer to be an adult in diapers after following what the TV and workplace said to "stay safe".
Thank you, JP. I am going to reread this, probably twice more to get more of it into my long-term memory.