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More evidence that jabs increase risk of catching Covid


LAST December I discussed a preprint study showing how the probability of Covid-19 infection increased in direct proportion with the number of vaccine injections. Quoting another study on the subtypes of IgG immuniglobulin antibodies triggered, which found an explosion in the IgG4 subtype which is associated with reduced resistance to allergens, I asked if this might be the explanation. This is a valid question, considering that the same study showed how IgG3 subtype all but disappeared after repeated vaccination; this is an important subtype protecting against viral and bacterial infections. We now have new evidence supporting this hypothesis.

An article published last month in Vaccines discusses this phenomenon in detail, quoting studies showing how an increase in the level of IgG4 is associated not only with increased susceptibility to Covid-19 infection, but also a heightened risk of other diseases, for example autoimmune myocarditis.

The authors conclude that ‘emerging evidence suggests that the reported increase in IgG4 levels detected after repeated vaccination with the mRNA vaccines may not be a protective mechanism; rather, it constitutes an immune tolerance mechanism to the spike protein that could promote unopposed SARS-CoV2 infection and replication by suppressing natural antiviral responses. Increased IgG4 synthesis due to repeated mRNA vaccination with high antigen concentrations may also cause autoimmune diseases, and promote cancer growth and autoimmune myocarditis in susceptible individuals.’

This conclusion is backed up by a wealth of references and a detailed explanation of how the IgG4 subtype works and how it may induce autoimmunity to dangerous toxins. The authors highlight evidence of waning and negative protection of the mRNA vaccines. They also discuss studies that cast doubt on the widespread notion that the mRNA vaccines protect against severe disease and death. 

This new peer-reviewed article provides important insights into the mechanics of the Covid-19 vaccines and suggests an important explanation of why increased vaccination seems to move us further away from herd immunity, rather than closer to it. Last, but not least importantly, the authors are honest and make no attempt at downplaying their worrying results.

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Thorsteinn Siglaugsson
Thorsteinn Siglaugsson
Thorsteinn Siglaugsson is an Icelandic economist, consultant and writer. Author of From Symptoms to Causes - Applying the Logical Thinking Process to an Everyday Problem.

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