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I think that I like your theory Brian. Injection is a method to bypass the natural defenses. Normally anything that enters our body has to deal with the skin, the digestive system, or the mucosa. Anything that enters the body is sort of naturally quarantined to places that are accessible from the route of entry.

This btw is why I am not so concerned with the mRNA being injected in cows controversy. Obviously, I am not in favor of it but if it gets cooked, and chewed, and acided and biled, etc. etc. its potential to do harm is dramatically decreased. The needle is a big mistake. It is medicine that works against the body and against nature not for it. All of the children crying and screaming about shots should have been a clue a long time ago, we are born knowing that that is not a valid route of entry.

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Nov 8, 2023Liked by Brian Mowrey

https://hiddencomplexity.substack.com/p/skyrocketing-newborn-syphilis-and?publication_id=597993&utm_campaign=email-post-title&r=h1ah5

This was my next email I opened up, so now I’m thinking maybe polio virus got a vampire virus that increased its potential for paralysis!

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Nov 8, 2023Liked by Brian Mowrey

How about………you know how it’s fashionable these days to blame leaky gut for everything, well maybe something changed in the environment to increase leaky gut and so the virus became more likely to enter the body/blood stream and nervous system? So some elements of pesticide theory could go along with that. Or are we assuming the virus did a natural GOF experiment?

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Nov 8, 2023·edited Nov 8, 2023Liked by Brian Mowrey

Great article as usual! As a random guess I wonder if susceptibility to paralysis is something affected by the gut microbiome, but it could be a combination of several causes.

Something well worth a look is the work of Randall Bock on the Zika virus 'pandemic' which was more of a media, political and public health panic (sound familiar?) He's written a book on it 'Overturning Zika' but also made and appeared on a number of podcasts and Youtube videos that are well worth a look. Particularly for his reasoning on why the conventional orthodoxy (maintained still to this day, to justify $$$$ budgets) just doesn't add up. I guess with Polio 'the science is settled' for similar reasons.

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