Vaccines are the parents – and the poster children – of magic bullet or Pasteurian medicine.
Each vaccine is super-specific, and only protects against the pathogen it is aimed at. Vaccines are super-safe; vaccine injury certainly occurs and can be devastating, but is not in the same league as the pharmaceuticals which kill large, if indeterminate numbers of people every year (1, 2).
Now we have mRNA gene therapies which are not vaccines in the classic sense at all, and are still, in regulatory terms, licensed for emergency use only (3).
Q: How do they score when compared to the established vaccines?
A: Very badly.
They mRNA products fail to prevent the spread of Covid-19 (4, 5). They do not have adequate or reassuring long-term safety data (6), and in fact have a far worse safety record than all vaccines to date (6-9). The VAERS data base currently shows 20,000 vax deaths, which is staggeringly high; but new work out of Columbia University (9), which makes a substantial case for under-reporting by a factor of 20, concludes that vax deaths in the USA alone are closer to 400,00; with 20 million injured. Other research puts the figures even higher (10).
This is in line with personal reports I have received from many clinicians and nursing staff, and from professional acquaintances who have suffered adverse effects such as myocarditis and stroke.
For commercial and political reasons these same experimental gene therapies are being aggressively forced onto vast numbers of people (ie 11) for a disease that is in epidemiological terms trivial (12, 13), becoming less serious – at least, for the moment (14) and which is eminently treatable (ie 15), and substantially preventable (16, 17).
This raises many questions, but the one I want to address here is whether the mRNA gene therapies, which typify the magic bullet approach, were doomed to fail from the start.
They supposedly target the Covid virus very specifically – but the problem is, the virus is not one target. Being genetically unstable, it is many moving targets.
Genetic mutations occur in all life forms. Bacteria mutate faster than multi-cellular life forms, viruses mutate faster than bacteria, RNA viruses mutate faster than DNA viruses and single strand mRNA viruses such as Covid mutate faster than anything else on the planet (18). This means that the coronavirus is best regarded not as a single entity, but as a swarm or viral quasi-species (18-21).
In a viral swarm of this kind there are large numbers of genetic variants, which change in frequency depending on local conditions and allow the virus to adapt in almost real-time to those changes; such as a drug, a shift in temperature or a vaccine (18-21).
When the target is in reality a swarm of constantly moving and changing targets, magic bullets aimed at a small number of viral epitopes (such as the spike) are not an optimal strategy. The main Covid-19 ‘vaccine’ target, the spike protein, can change (22). This helps to explain why, in the real world, vaccines directed against RNA viruses tend to be leaky and largely unsuccessful (18, 20, 21).
There is a vaccine for the human RNA rotavirus, but this is an exception. Despite many years of research there is still no vaccine for the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV). The Hep C vaccines leave a good deal to be desired (23). Vaccines for the RNA viruses that infect livestock such as pigs are still experimental (24). Vaccines developed for SARS, MERS and RSV were never approved, due largely to problems with antibody-dependent enhancement.
In studies of vaccines designed to protect against Coronavirus, animals were either not completely protected, showed signs of ADE, became severely ill with accelerated autoimmune conditions, or died (25-31). When an mRNA spike protein therapy was tested on kittens, all died within days of exposure to the virus (32). Could this eventually occur with the current Covid shots (33, 34)? They are currently linked to increased mortality in 16 countries … (35).
Let’s return to the issue of Covid mutability.
Most people know of the 13 strains from Alpha to Omicron, but this is an over-simplification. Around 4,000 variants have been identified (36), and one research team found that each Covid patient carries an average of 38 variants (37). Fascinatingly, they found that the mix of variants varied in different anatomical sites and at different times of day, indicating that the virus was mutating extremely rapidly and in response to different micro-environments and challenges.
In Covid and in RNA viruses in general, there are variants that are good at infecting new victims, others which confer advantages which enable growth in different tissues, others again which are able to take advantage of any immunological weakness, however minor or transient, and some which are better at shedding (37-39).
These variants do not appear in a petri dish. They are not needed there. Most variants are only relevant inside complex (mammalian) ecosystems containing different environments / ecological niches and a responsive immune system, with which they wage shifting and asymmetric war. Furthermore, given that different strains predominate in different parts of the body, sampling from one site/environment only (such as the nose) may not be providing meaningful information.
As antigenic waves shimmer across the surface of the ever-mutating swarm – I’m quoting the controversial but brilliant Dan and Karl Sirotkin here (38, 39) – the probability of one or more variants evading ‘vaccines’ which only target a limited number of viral epitopes (40), eventually approaches infinity. The latest Israeli data, for example, shows that the risk of being infected more than doubles after a second dose of gene therapy (41). This is probably why many and perhaps most cases of Omicron are occurring in ‘fully vaccinated’ subjects (42).
When will the Covidiots trying to stem the flood with their too-specific gene therapies realise that they are playing a ruinous game of Whac-a-Mole (43, 44)? The Novovax product, a true vaccine which utilises a tiny dose of spike protein, will be safer but just as prone to viral escape. All the evidence indicates that naturally acquired, broad-band immunity is more effective – and less dangerous (45-49). This is especially true for low virulence strains such as Omicron.
The current antics of Big Pharma and their political hired hands are harming more people than they help (7, 50); and in this respect they have failed to advance beyond the beaks and purges of the plague doctors. So, let’s look through an alternative, less corporate lens.
Our immune systems are smart and responsive because they evolved in a continuous dialectic with multiple bacterial and viral pathogens. The fact that we have survived as a species is proof that our immune systems work well enough, most of the time.
Given extensive evidence that our immune systems are degraded by the modern and ultra-processed diet (51-54), it would make more sense to find ways of restoring normal immune function.
It would be easier, less dangerous and probably more effective (55-58), particularly in the elderly who are most at risk (ie 58) and in children, who are more likely to be harmed by the gene therapies than by Covid infection (50). The case for nutrition is not yet proven (59) but anecdotally, in our home-grown Blue Zone, there have been over 100,000 cases of Covid and as far as we know, only two hospitalizations and no deaths. And the naturally immune, unlike the vaxxed, do NOT infect others (46-49, 60).
How much weight can one give the case for nutrition? Little to none, as it is merely anecdotal. Ongoing formal work with long-haul Covid patients may provide more substantial information. But there might be other dramas to come.
The work on viral quasi-species is illuminating, and it illuminates inter alia the worrying possibility of viral deattenuation. Artificially attenuated viruses have the ability to mutate back to previous virulence (61, 62), demonstrating what has been described as viral quasi-species ‘memory’ which is probably a reversion to an optimal virulence/transmission compromise (38, 39, 61-63).
Given that Sars-CoV-2 is probably a lab-grown version of SARS-CoV and/or MERS-CoV modified by gain of function work (38, 64- 66), the possibility of future outbreaks of deattentuated and possibly far more virulent viral strains cannot yet be ruled out.
Peter Daszak, president of ironically named EcoHealth, Ralph Baric (University of North Carolina and Fort Detrick) and other swamp creatures who fund and dabble in gain of function research for Larry Fink and his owners, may have committed an extensive crime against humanity (65-67). And let’s not forget Tony ‘Heck, no, I’m too important to risk being vaccinated’ (68) Fauci.
History will be their judge. It will also judge the big pharma companies, who have paid off the politicians to obtain immunity for themselves while failing the most rudimentary quality controls (69).
In the meantime, I believe the best thing to do is take high dose vitamin D, methylselenocysteine, Balance oil and ZinoBiotic, keep Ivermectin tablets by the bed and go catch Omicron, an attenuated (ie safe) viral strain.
Muller’s Ratchet has played out. Hold Omicron parties, like we used to do with measles and mumps, and acquire broad-band immunity with little risk. Next step is regaining pre-transitional nutrition and a healthy immune system, which is our best defense not only against Covid-19, but whatever comes next. And what, you might ask, could that be?
Consider the unprecedentedly coordinated and destructive Covid responses by governments all over the world. In the UK, for example, Covid policies cut GDP by a stunning 20.4% between April and June 2020, for a virus that has killed 0.0064% of the population, mostly among the over-75’s. Government effectively spent 6 million pounds per life saved (70), in a regime where expensive drugs are carefully rationed. Why?
Politicians are mostly corrupt, self-serving and vicious, obviously. But is there method behind their madness?
A recent paper seems relevant (71). In vitro, Covid spike protein was shown to enter cell nuclei and interfere with the functions of two genes (BRCA1 and 53BP1), which are essential to DNA repair. Given that Big Pharma uses nano-lipids to enable the mRNA in their gene therapies to enter our cells, this will likely cause a general down-regulation of DNA repair in the body.
The virus degrades DNA repair and recombination in order to evade adaptive immunity. For Covid cases and gene therapy guinea pigs, however, it may mean more cancers. Maybe a lot more (72-74). The criminals who funded the gain of function (bio-weapon) rsearch in Fort Detrick, Wuhan and other labs were surely briefed on this.
In the meantime, data about Covid jabs potentially doubling the 5-year risk of heart disease (75) are starting to leak out (76, 77); along with news of other serious circulatory problems (78, 79). These are likely contributing to the 1.5% increase in non-Covid deaths among gene therapy recipients recorded during 6-month follow-up (80). Epigenetics comes in here too. Children conceived and born in the Covid lockdown / economic downturn will likely be more vulnerable to infection (81-83) – so even more ‘vaccines’ will be needed.
Maybe Fauci et al are involved in the depopulation scenarios proposed by Deagel, a military/intel organisation closely linked to NATO and the OECD (84). And they know the plandemic will end once the global digital monetary system and social scoring is in place. By then, enough of the sheep who have been bleating for their ‘vaccines’ will be safely inside the digital pen.
There should always be room for different opinions in science, but the debate about Covid and natural immunity has been suppressed (85) by vested interests in business and politics working to our huge detriment. So maybe they are driving lockdowns and social division because they know that otherwise, if and when the truth emerges, we will come for them with torches, pitchforks and chainsaws.
Mine’s a Stihl.
* Postscript: On the Japanese Ministry of Health website (85) they stipulate informed consent, as set out in the WMA Declaration of Helsinki. This is in marked contrast to the gung-ho approaches of most Western governments. The JMoH states:
“Although we encourage all citizens to receive the COVID-19 vaccination, it is not compulsory or mandatory. Vaccination will be given only with the consent of the person to be vaccinated after the information provided. Please get vaccinated of your own decision, understanding both the effectiveness in preventing infectious diseases and the risk of side effects. No vaccination will be given without consent. Please do not force anyone in your workplace or those who around you to be vaccinated, and do not discriminate against those who have not been vaccinated.”
The rigorously independent Osaka-based Institute of Pharmacovigilance takes an even more stringent line. In their July ’21 report (86) they conclude:
‘Hemorrhagic stroke is common after Covid-19 vaccine in adults.’
‘Hemorrhagic stroke and abdominal arterial thrombosis are disproportionately high in teens (after vaccination).’
‘Mortality rate is higher in vaccinated than in general population.’
‘It is ridiculous to consider vaccinating schoolchildren.’
Next week: Diet, Destiny and the Deep-fried South.
Photo: The cover of the book “Swamp monsters”, by Steve Banes.
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