Red Cross taking blood from Covid-inoculated donors

Red Cross Australia has confirmed that Covid inoculated donors are able to donate blood if they have not had any side effects after a mRNA jab.

“Although we strongly encourage COVID-19 vaccination for all donors and employees, donors do not have to be vaccinated to donate blood,” a spokeswoman said.

“Donors need to wait at least three days after each COVID-19 vaccination to make sure they have had no side effects and are feeling healthy and well on the day of donation.

“Donors always need to feel well on the day they donate.

“If someone has received a COVID-19 vaccination outside of Australia, they can call us to discuss it.”

Should an un-vaccinated patient need a blood transfusion, the ethical issues herein are mind boggling.

What are the long term effects of a transfusion for the un-vaccinated?

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Posted on December 13, 2021, in covid mandate, Covid Omicron, Covid vaccines, Covid-19, Red Cross and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. 28 Comments.

  1. This is rather scary. I hope they keep good records in case a unjabbed needs a blood transfusion without getting contaminated blood. Could be a damned if you do or dammed if you don’t scenario.

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  2. This is a major problem for the purebloods, no way they’d want sludge blood (rouleuaxed red cells), graphene oxide and spike protein in with their transfusions. There needs to be a blood bank set up of clean unVxd blood.

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  3. is this part of the plan?

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  4. I see no reason for confusion. Medicos take note: Should I ever require blood, you better provide blood from a clean un-mRNA-jabbed person or I will respond as I would to anybody else who wants to kill me.

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  5. Is there a way you can donate blood and reserve it for yourself if needed in future, so you get your own blood back? How long can blood be stored for?

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  6. Hello Cairns News, Research Auto Haemotheraphy, you will find lots of controversy there. Prior to admitting yourself to an operative procedure that ‘might’ result in you needing replacement blood. Have a unit of your own blood drawn off and stored, then it the need arises its there ready to go. It will be free of transfective agents (Chagas disease Trypanosoma cruzi) and other creepy crawlies. Regards, Ric Wade.

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  7. I agree there needs to be a bloodbank from unvaxxed subjects. And Dracula must not be be in charge of that bloodbank.

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  8. 100% re-vaccination! We now have no right NOT to be contaminated with unknown substances which we are NOT entitled to know about.

    We are now well and truly fkd and at the mercy of every psycho premier and bureaucrat! Welcome to Fascism, Australian Style!

    It’ll be a hard slog to get Australia back to what it used to be before the treacherous politicians took over the farm and flogged it off under our noses, with a smirk on their face

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  9. The Red Cross in the USA is segregating blood donations based on the brand of “vaccine” that people have been vaccinated with. Earlier in the year they had banned donations from vaccinated people. The idiots here don’t have a clue.

    If they are segregating blood in this fashion, you had better donate your own blood before you have surgery.

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  10. Vaccination by proxy. But if you are aware that there is a possibility that you might need a transfusion during a “procedure”, donate your own blood beforehand.
    There is an aside to all this. If the Qld Pig In Lipstick has her way no unvaccinated folks will be able to get hospital treatment anyway.

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  11. Gabriele, contaminated blood supply scandal ongoing for decades now, it is part of the plan.
    Infected Blood Australia site has a lot of resources – videos on YouTube, PDFs. I used to donate blood but now I don’t trust white coats bearing needles.

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  12. Christine Coventry

    For the ‘vaccine free’ it has been suggested by other sources, that you find people with the same blood type to donate to you, should you need an operation. Alternatively, if you know that you have to go into hospital for a procedure you should progressively build up your own supply gradually over a couple of weeks. Don’t know the practicalities of this though?

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  13. Noooooooooooooooo! I do not want blood from innoculated donors.
    It means that the poison in their blood will pass into mine?

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  14. Shmootoo…I was told that I could have my blood taken prior to an operation I was going to have, to be used only on me.I didn’t need the blood but thought it was a useful bit of information.I don’t think stored blood has a very long shelf life.

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  15. The blood Bank becoming a cesspool of disease, Try to avoid a blood transfusion like the JW’s for once I agree with them.

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  16. Blood products have had a history of contamination in the past but this one takes the cake.
    It could be as enticing as sharing a dirty needle.

    Not to pick on the vaccinated.
    We wouldn’t want to blame them for anything

    In the 1980’s they were using an extra filter on the blood lines but that just became an extra cost and the hospitals don’t appear to do that anymore.
    Maybe someone could invent a graphene hydroxide parasitical micron filter and make a fortune.

    Hemophiliacs worldwide who need regular blood transfusions have had their fair share of contaminated blood in the past. In Australia, they were denied compensation.
    Reference: http://www.infectedbloodaustralia.com

    You cannot give blood if you have had Hepatitis C or HIV.
    You can if you have had treatment for Hepatitis A and B.

    The claims are that blood donations are tested and are safe.
    A bit like the covid injections.

    There are Transfusion Alternative Strategies for Jehovah’s Witnesses who are given the right to refuse blood products.
    It’s just a matter of having the “right to choose” for the rest of us, and to know that they even exist.
    All hospitals should have that resource.

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  17. I would not go near a hospital in a fit, and to a doctor only for a broken bone or a stitching up. The rest? Forget it!!! And that is from previous experience.

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  18. “The Red Cross in the USA is segregating blood donations based on the brand of “vaccine” that people have been vaccinated with. Earlier in the year they had banned donations from vaccinated people. ”

    Gotta wonder why! 🙂 Why would they go to so much trubble to avoid officially differentiating between vaccinated and unvaccinated blood donations?

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  19. The reason I will not go to a doctor if I am sick is because some years ago I had what is called an orchitis, which is potentially deadly infection. After 9+ weeks of the doctor’s penicillin nonsense, I went to alternative remedies and fixed myself in 2.5 weeks, using colloidal silver, bicarb of soda and other alkalizing agents like apple cider vinegar. Unbelievable. On my next visit to that doctor he nearly a year later, he mentioned nothing about this infection. If he had I would have told him that if he ever wanted to kill me he better get a gun!

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  20. Cheryl Hutchinson

    “…Gotta wonder why! 🙂 Why would they go to so much trubble to avoid officially differentiating between vaccinated and unvaccinated blood donations?…”

    Maybe to keep the pure blood for the *important* people?

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  21. Indeed. They don’t want to OPENLY say that they are keeping separate batches of vaccinated and unvaccinated blood because someone stupid like me might ask them “Why?” if it’s all so safe and all the same.

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  22. The Red Cross need to be Noticed of the fact that f they se contaminated COVID vax-recipient blood then they are gully liable for any harm, loss or injury incurred by people using their products, as peopel who do so will have no other alternative other than storing their own blood, somehow. See the liability video link I posted in other comments recently. It works for all commercial enterprises-and the Red Cross is a corporate entity operating a number of services, including the Blood Service. See below-liability is a given, with commercial entities:
    https://abr.business.gov.au/ABN/View?abn=50169561394

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  23. It’s the space age equivalent of poisoning the well. Right? Or is my cynicism getting the better of me? lol

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  24. In reply to Cheryl Hutchinson: like volunteering for a vaccination, if you do volunteer you give up all rights to compensation for vax injuries, because you volunteered. If you go and get or need it in surgery maybe you need to specify prior that un-vaccinated donor blood must be used for you? It is all about liability, so that is why they are covering their posteriors, I think. As my prvious post showed, they are a for profit commercial organisation: https://abr.business.gov.au/ABN/View?abn=50169561394

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  25. What does the Red Cross have to do with the Society of Women Leaders? A case of charitable , woke NGO politics infiltrating into the Red Cross? 🙂 Follow the money!

    Business name: SOCIETY OF WOMEN LEADERS
    Status: Registered
    Registration date: 26/10/2016
    Renewal date: 26/10/2022
    Cancelled date:
    Cancellation under review:
    Address for service of documents: 23-47 Villiers St North Melbourne VIC 3051
    Principal place of business: 23-47 Villiers St North Melbourne VIC 3051
    Holder(s) details: Holder Name: AUSTRALIAN RED CROSS SOCIETY
    Holder Type: Other Unincorporated
    EntityABN: 50 169 561 394 (External Link)

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