From Susan in the UK:
My husband, and other over-50 “vaccinated” men I know, are having major functional performance problems ‘down there’ which they didn’t have before they got vaxxed.
This subject of fertility and ED (erectile dysfunction) is something that most men are too embarassed to bring up and most are hoping that ED will go away on its own after being vaxxed with either Pfizer, Moderna, Janssen (aka Johnson & Johnson) or AstraZeneca covide vaccines.
So what exactly is causing ED and why isn’t ED going away?
1) the accumulation of toxic ‘spike protein’ found in reproductive organs of both men and women.
2) the discovery of a highly toxic substance in these covid vaxxines, Graphene Oxide (GO), causes major inflammation and damages the testes and other tissues and organs. Several teams of Spanish researchers have found GO in all vaccines since the 2019 flu vaxxine as documented on the www.orwell.city website (see archive).
So it’s a double whammy between the spike proteins accumulation plus the highly toxic GO that damages, inflames our reproductive areas, organs along with accumulating in the brain and heart areas as well.
Here’s an article about how destructive ‘spike protein’ is after the C-vaxxine injections cause the body to produce this toxin and scroll down for info /webpage regarding graphene oxide:
…the spike protein produced by the vaccine does not just act locally, at the site of the jab (the shoulder muscle), but gets into the bloodstream and is carried through the circulation to many other sites in the body.
Previously confidential animal studies using radioactive tracing show it(the spike proteins) goes just about everywhere, including the adrenal glands, heart, liver, kidneys, lungs, ovaries, pancreas, pituitary gland, prostate, salivary glands, intestines, spinal cord, spleen, stomach, testes, thymus, and uterus.
Studies indicate that the protein is able to gain access to cells in the testicles, and may disrupt male reproduction… salivary glands, intestines, spinal cord, spleen, stomach, testes, thymus, and uterus.
Studies indicate that the protein is able to gain access to cells in the testicles, and may disrupt male reproduction….
Here’s why graphene oxide is also adversely affecting the testes, prostate and overall reproductive health:
Ricardo Delgado: Yesterday we talked about the toxicity of graphene and that it causes thrombi, clots, post-inflammatory syndrome, alteration of the immune system, alteration of oxidative stress, an increase of associative and cytokine storms, probably bilateral pneumonia as a consequence of uniform dissemination through the alveolar tract, inflammation of mucous membranes, and we also talked about the toxicity it (graphene oxide) causes in sperm. In other words, graphene causes toxicity in human sperm and, therefore, infertility. Here is another piece of news. Toxicity of graphene in human sperm.
Source: La Ciencia de la Mula Francis (study)Well, this study has been done entirely with mice by administering certain doses of graphene. It causes oxidative stress damage to DNA and cell membrane. It (graphene oxide) accumulates in the testes causing inflammation, nodules, and lesions. The inflammation issue is very important because if graphene causes inflammation, then we’re basically talking about this fashionable disease
Graphene Oxide toxicity causes Erectile Dysfunction and Sperm ToxicityJULY 15, 2021
Ricardo Delgado: Let’s talk a little bit about zinc, which we started talking about yesterday. And we’ve discovered something important. Well, it’s something more related to zinc than anything else. It’s about a link between zinc and erectile dysfunction. It’s is happening more than people think. It’s a controversial and rather embarrassing topic for many men, but many are confessing that after taking the vaccine, they’ve become impotent, José Luis. They have erectile dysfunction. They have difficulty in maintaining an erection.
And what we see in this study is that zinc is related to that. That’s when there is a deficiency of zinc it causes erectile dysfunction. There are several studies on this and we are going to look at them now. This is one of them. Zinc deficiency.
Zinc is a trace metallic element that’s found naturally in the soil, in certain vegetables, and in meat. However, when zinc levels fall below a recommended threshold, problems begin. Like lack of appetite. Well, one of the problems it causes is erectile dysfunction. I’m going to share this on La Quinta Columna’s Telegram channel because now I want you to now see something else.
Remember yesterday we discovered that zinc maintains optimal levels of glutathione. And what we’re going to see today I’m going to show you now. I’ve been a little bit slow to show articles today. I’m going to close this article and we’re going to look at the next one, and splicing the two articles together, you’re going to get a sense of the relationship that I want you to see.
Does COVID have an impact on erectile dysfunction? It’s true that COVID has also had an impact on erectile dysfunction because indeed it has and there are several reasons for the worsening of this pathology that affects to a greater or lesser degree 50% of men over 50 years of age. What we saw yesterday, José Luis, correct me if I am wrong, is that when glutathione levels are low and when there is no degradation of graphene oxide, the level of zinc in people who are vaccinated or who have COVID falls.
Dr. José Luis Sevillano: It falls. Exactly.
Ricardo Delgado: So, if there is zinc deficiency, as we have seen in the previous article, erectile dysfunction can be caused. So this would explain that COVID which you know why it can be provoked —graphene intoxication— and then erectile dysfunction is generated. This is one of the articles.
Dr. José Luis Sevillano: It could be related to the fall of zinc levels. Yes, it’s a possibility. But this is multifactorial. People are touched by this. It knocks you out. And for that to work well you have to be in good health. If you’re unhealthy, it doesn’t work. Also, it’s a vascular issue. All that stuff down there is a vascular and neurological issue. If something malfunctions in your head or in the vessels, it can give you definite problems. It can even affect your…
Ricardo Delgado: It’s multifactorial, there are several causes…
Dr. José Luis Sevillano: It can have several origins and taking into account that the person who suffers from persistent COVID, is a person with very bad health. That is to say, an individual who doesn’t rest, for example, then his reproductive function is compromised.
There is something called Maslow’s pyramid, which is a kind of scheme that illustrates which functions are indispensable and which aren’t. And one of the essential ones is precisely the reproductive one, but first, you have to eat, you have to sleep. That is to say, those are the series of functions that are basic and that are the ones in which the organism devotes itself entirely when it comes to living. These are the indispensable ones. The others, if you are in good health, work. Otherwise, they don’t, because the others are devoted to all the machinery that is preserved.
If a person has very bad health, it will affect him down there directly. It will be enough if he recovers his health for it to start up again. It may be because there is a lack of zinc, a lack of strength, energy, or vitality. It may be because neurologically your head is no longer functioning well and there is no longer even any desire or stimulation. In other words, lack of sexual appetite, etc. This can have many origins and certainly, not all cases have the same origin. Anyway, we’ve already seen that all the reducing agents work well when the disease is installed. All of them. In other words, we’ve already seen several: melatonin, zinc, vitamin D, glutathione…
Ricardo Delgado: It was because zinc maintained optimal glutathione levels, wasn’t it?
Dr. José Luis Sevillano: We think so because it’s a component that metalloproteins work with. Those are proteins that need some metallic element to function, and one of those enzymes that result in the manufacture of glutathione depends on zinc. It’s almost certainly along those lines. If zinc is missing, the enzymes that synthesize glutathione are screwed, because they cannot function properly and a glutathione deficiency occurs. If there is a lack of zinc, there will be a lack of glutathione.
If it’s not by that route of action, there is another one. It may be that, perhaps, zinc has a direct effect on graphene. We don’t know if it has a direct effect, not mediated by metalloproteins, but direct.
Ricardo Delgado: Or both routes. Reduction and injury in sperm motility nodules