A Swiss naturopath who believes blood transfusion recipients ought to have the right to choose the donor from whom they receive blood has launched an international blood bank that aims to provide its members with blood plasma donated by those who have not received a COVID-19 vaccination.
Launched by George Della Pietra, the project, called SafeBlood Donation, presently has members in at least 16 countries across the globe and seeks to create a new global infrastructure to ensure unvaccinated patients in need of a blood transfusion have access to blood devoid of any kind of coronavirus vaccination, the newspaper Brasil Sem Medo reports.
According to its website, the nonprofit organization seeks to connect unvaccinated blood donors with recipients across 40 countries worldwide, including 18 Western European countries, the United States, Canada, Australia, Asia, and various African countries.
As things presently stand, blood transfusion patients currently have no way of rejecting blood donated from mRNA-vaccinated individuals, since blood databases and blood collection points, like the Red Cross, do not distinguish blood donated from vaccinated and unvaccinated people.
Della Pietra says that global demand for blood from the unvaccinated—what he and a growing number of people refer to as ‘pure blood’—has increased precipitously. “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.
He’s convinced that unvaccinated blood supplies will grow increasingly scarce over time, especially with the WHO seeking to drastically expand its powers and centralize global health policy via amendments to International Health Regulations and the ratification of a global pandemic treaty, as The European Conservative has previously reported.
“We want to be a platform for people who want to have the free choice of blood donors,” the Swiss naturopath continued, adding: “Whether they think there is a real conspiracy theory going, that the New World Order [is happening], or simply say ‘I just don’t want it’ for whatever reason.”
Della Pietra, who describes the global COVID-19 vaccine program as the “crime of the century,” claims that in his own studies, the methods of which he did not explain, revealed that vaccinated blood contained alarming “contamination.” He insists he has “never seen blood like this. This was, to be honest, the main reason I started the whole thing, because when I saw this, I was so horrified.”
The Zurich-based naturopath believes that the global elite are using the vaccination to control the globe’s population. “The whole vaccination thing is from my point of view, mainly to do with controlling people,” he said.
As VICE World News reports:
The group’s initial goal is to pressure hospitals and health authorities worldwide into permitting so-called “directed donations” of unvaccinated blood—through which recipients could nominate donors who hadn’t had COVID vaccinations to provide the blood directly for their treatment.
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. The medical consensus is that there’s no risk of harm from being transfused with blood from people who have had the COVID vaccine, with authorities such as the U.S. Food and Drug Administration saying there’s no evidence to suggest “an increased risk of adverse events.”
Despite the high hurdles, the group remains determined to make their plan work. “Once we have a large presence in most countries, there will be no getting around us—and let me tell you, we are well on our way to achieving that goal,” SafeBlood Donation says on its website.
At the moment, in an attempt to apply pressure on medical authorities to permit directed blood donations, SafeBlood Donation members are writing to the authorities asking them to modify their rules. Additionally, the organization recommends its members who are set to have blood transfusions to draft “living wills” which state they do not consent to receive blood from the general supply.
SafeBlood Donation writes:
Don’t write a word about vaccination and the like, and don’t give any other information except just “personal reasons.” Write further that you indicate a relative (if you have one) as a potential blood donor who can be contacted immediately (or who is present in person at a scheduled surgery) who has the same blood type. If you do not have a relative, write to us immediately when the hospital gives the green light to your plan—then we will find one.
Presently, the state of Texas and large parts of Africa are the only places where patients are allowed to choose the type of blood (and blood donor) from whom they are willing to receive, SafeBlood Donation’s website notes.