THE ‘vaccines are safe and effective’ mantra that politicians and the mainstream media have been chanting incessantly throughout the Covid ‘pandemic’ is now being shown to be complete misinformation, to use the establishment’s term, as an increasing number of people awaken to the devastating health effects they are causing on a global scale. Numerous health professionals are now coming forward to state what was predicted by many and has been obvious since the beginning of the saga. They are admitting these gene therapy medications have virtually no benefits and, on the contrary, can be highly dangerous and even fatal. Even experts who promoted the vaccines are now realising they were not the panacea they were claimed to be.
One such expert is Dr Aseem Malhotra who was interviewed by Mark Steyn on GB News on August 16 2022. He admitted that he had promoted the vaccine on television but had since learned that they were not nearly as effective as claimed. He stated he was also shocked when the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced that the formation of antibodies in the body does not necessarily create immunity in that person. As a consequence, he has now called for the vaccines to be suspended.
It is encouraging that more and more experts are realising the lack of efficacy for these vaccines and the devastating health impact they are having on those who have suffered from their numerous side effects. We obviously need more people like Dr Malhotra to stand up and make their voices heard.
Where vaccine efficacy is concerned, people observed at the time the Pfizer trial data was released that it was misleading. It concentrated on the relative risk of becoming ill with Covid if unvaccinated compared with being vaccinated instead of the absolute risk. Analysing the data from an absolute risk perspective reduces effectiveness from 95 per cent to less than 1 per cent. Although why anyone would believe without question what Pfizer says about its own products in the first place when the company has been fined billions of dollars for illegally marketing off-label drugs, bribing doctors to prescribe their products, excessive price hikes and paying out damages for the side effects of some of its other drugs, is incomprehensible.
What is truly revealing about Dr Malhotra’s comments is his statement about antibodies not producing immunity. This probably comes as a revelation to most people but should be common knowledge to anyone working in the field of immunology. The fact that if a body produces antibodies to a particular antigen it doesn’t necessarily mean it has immunity has been known for at least 70 years.
In a 1950 a report on antibodies and diphtheria by the British Medical Council, the author concluded there was no correlation at all between antibodies and immunity to the disease, and this has been confirmed many times since.
Yet the whole ‘science’ of vaccinology is predicated on the idea that vaccines create immunity because they force the body to produce antibodies to a specific antigen. Remove the foundation on which that myth is based and the whole vaccine edifice crumbles to dust.
Moreover, the creation of antibodies can be detrimental by creating antibody-dependent enhancement (ADE), as an article from the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia explains: ‘ADE occurs when the antibodies generated during an immune response recognise and bind to a pathogen, but they are unable to prevent infection. Instead, these antibodies act as a “Trojan horse”, allowing the pathogen to get into cells and exacerbate the immune response.
‘In this scenario, the antibodies that the vaccine generated actually help the virus infect greater numbers of cells than it would have on its own. In this situation, the antibodies bind to the virus and help it more easily get into cells than it would on its own. The result is often more severe illness than if the person had been unvaccinated.’
This danger has been recognised in many studies. For example this article in Viral Immunology from 2003 cites several other papers and says: ‘For some viruses, ADE of infection has become a great concern to disease control by vaccination.’ In a candid admission the authors add: ‘However, the mechanisms of ADE still remain to be better understood.’
So, the vaccine manufacturers are fully aware that their products may cause ADE, do not fully understand why, but continue to manufacture them and distribute them to the public regardless.
The possibility that Covid vaccines could be prone to causing antibody-dependent enhancement was raised as early as September 2020 before any country in the world had administered the first shots. The journal Nature Microbiology published a paper citing this very problem. It states: ‘Data from the study of SARS-CoV and other respiratory viruses suggest that anti-SARS-CoV-2 antibodies could exacerbate COVID-19 through antibody-dependent enhancement (ADE).’
Numerous other studies supported the possibility that Covid vaccines could potentially cause ADE, as reported in the Frontiers journal. The respected virologist and Nobel laureate, Luc Montagnier, alerted the world that this was happening in May 2021.
Both the Nature Microbiology and Frontiers articles then go on to reveal a disturbing fact. They showed that those people with higher amounts of antibodies to Covid had the most severe disease.
It is important to note that experts recommended that even people who had Covid previously should take the vaccine. Therefore, people who already had a level of antibodies were going to have those antibodies increased dramatically when they got vaccinated. This would inevitably increase the risk of ADE and a more serious infection.
Another disturbing issue relates to the Covid vaccine trials when, once again, it was known there was a clear risk of ADE. In an analysis of various trials, authors Timothy Cardozo and Ronald Veazey note in their paper published in the International Journal of Clinical Practice that antibody-dependent enhancement was a real possibility for trial subjects but that this risk was hidden from the participants: ‘This risk is sufficiently obscured in clinical trial protocols and consent forms for ongoing Covid-19 vaccine trials that adequate patient comprehension of this risk is unlikely to occur, obviating truly informed consent by subjects in these trials.’
Informed consent is supposed to be one of the cornerstones of medical practice and is especially important with clinical trials of new drugs as unforeseen side effects are possible. The fact that the pharmaceutical companies running these trials knew ADE was a potential problem and concealed this from the participants is not only unethical but criminal.
The authors conclude: ‘The specific and significant Covid-19 risk of ADE should have been and should be prominently and independently disclosed to research subjects currently in vaccine trials, as well as those being recruited for the trials and future patients after vaccine approval, in order to meet the medical ethics standard of patient comprehension for informed consent.’
The only conclusion to draw is that most medical professionals are completely unaware of how vaccines are supposed to work, the dubious science behind them and the myriad side effects accompanying them. Perhaps now that people like Dr Malhotra have made a stance, others will do their own research, come to similar conclusions and call for an end to the Covid vaccine rollout before any more harm is done.