Demand for “pure blood” from unvaccinated donors is soaring as specialist blood banks have been launching around the world.
Patients who have chosen not to take COVID-19 shots can now access “pure blood” if they require a transfusion.
A new service called “SafeBlood Donation” was launched by a Swiss naturopath named George Della Pietra.
According to a report by VICE, the demand is so high for “pure blood” that SafeBlood Donation now has members in at least 16 countries.
SafeBlood Donation has the long-term goal of opening blood banks that provide its members with unvaccinated plasma.
According to Della Pietra, the demand for “pure blood” has skyrocketed globally.
A peer-reviewed study that was published in August 2022 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 reason, many people refuse blood transfusions if the donor had received a Covid shot.
“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.”
Della Pietra claimed to have found terrible “contamination” in Covid vaccines during his own studies of vaccinated blood.
“I’ve never seen blood like this,” he said.
“This was, to be honest, the main reason I started the whole thing, because when I saw this, I was so horrified.
“The whole vaccination thing is from my point of view, mainly to do with controlling people,” he added.
Natural News reported:
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.
A doctor from Canada recently revealed on Twitter 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,” she wrote.
“A patient declined blood transfusion if the donor had received a covid vaccination.”
Another doctor replied and expressed the same sentiment, “Sadly, we’ve had a couple of patients here with the same beliefs.”
Sadly, we’ve had a couple of patients here with the same beliefs.
— Dr. Genevieve Eastabrook MD FRCSC (she/her) (@placentadoc) October 3, 2022
According to American Red Cross, the organization doesn’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.