Re: COVID CONTINUED

#2312
Ogee wrote:
Fri Oct 22, 2021 9:36 pm
UK’s most recent vaccine surveillance report show vaccines are adversely affecting the natural immune response.

'(iii) recent observations from UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) surveillance data that N antibody levels appear to be lower in individuals who acquire infection following 2 doses of vaccination.



... this likely has a great deal to do with why natural immunity IS sterilizing and stops future infection and why vaccines do not.

but if having been vaccinated later prevents you from mounting as strong an N antibody response, then it may actually be significantly reducing the effectiveness of the immunity acquired from exposure to covid, which is, BY FAR the strongest immunity currently known.

this would imply that the vaccines:

- not only do not stop you from getting covid and may well make it more likely,

- but also that they prevent you from getting the full benefit of the immunity you require when you GET covid.

- if this suppression is substantial enough, it might even render your recovery acquired immunity non-sterilizing and leave you active as a carrier and spreader by preventing the immune response that seems to be generating effective sterilization and replacing it with one known not to.

- this might make the vaccinated into durable or even perpetual carriers even if they have had disease and recovered.'

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sputnik - the solution to your problems


Re: COVID CONTINUED

#2317
Borshchov A.N. wrote:
Sat Oct 23, 2021 3:08 am
sputnik - the solution to your problems
I don't think Sputnik differs from all the rest of poisonous shots...just look at the numbers of the diseased in Russia...unless they are lying about those numbers...


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