Viruses Can Be Injected Into You






Can disintegrate the body. It's a solvent, it's like putting a solvent in your body, like a uric acid, a muriatic acid. Muriatic acid is gonna dissolve your body. 


But it can't be transferred by blood? 



It can be injected in you.  

If you take blood from me and I have it and put it in you, you're gonna have it, but they will not replicate. 

They do not self-replicate. They have a tendency to magnetize or chelate with mercury and aluminum and a lot of other metals that don't easily discharge from the body. So, you will keep them in the body and they'll keep dissolving tissue in your body and break it down if you can't eliminate those metals that they're attached to. 

And that's how they work, but they do not replicate. 

[Attendee #2] 

If you don't have replication, how do you account for the disease transmission?  


There is no disease transmission, unless it's injected in you.  

[Attendee #2] 

Well, like where you have, um, where you have aids... 

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