COVID-19 vaccines interfere with the immune system and cause severe disease: Dr. Robert Malone

A UK study found that healthcare workers who received multiple COVID-19 vaccines after first being infected with the original Wuhan strain of the virus were more likely to experience chronic reinfection with the Omicron variant.

This helps explain why people who receive multiple COVID-19 vaccine boosters are more likely to be hospitalized with severe COVID-19 symptoms, and sometimes death, said scientist and physician Dr. Robert Malone.

Malone, who invented the mRNA vaccine technology, told EpochTV’s “The Cut” on July 21 that the phenomenon is the result of a process called “immune imprinting,” in which initial exposure to a strain of virus can prevent the body from producing enough. neutralizing antibodies against the new strain.

He added that this process is strengthened by several vaccinations.

“Everything is over the world, wthe and is to watch these are data sets that’s it to show that unfortunately the people that’s it is is dying the and to become was hospitalized is dominant the high He was vaccinated,” he said. “is she is do not that’s it that’s it there is Naturally immunity”.

Vaccines based on older strains

Currently circulating COVID-19 vaccines are based on the Wuhan strain of the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus, also known as SARS-CoV-2, which causes the disease now identified as COVID-19.

Since the Wuhan strain became widespread, a number of strains have emerged and become dominant, including the currently dominant Omicron variant.

For example, the COVID-19 vaccines use only one component of the entire virus, which is the protein, so the immune system of a person receiving the mRNA vaccine is trained to respond only to that component, Malone explained.

if that’s it antigen there is has changed a little, i.eif this virus has changed a bit, [the immune system] He is still reacting,” he said.

The COVID-19 vaccines are based on a protein from the original virus identified in Wuhan. That strain of the virus no longer exists and is not circulating in the population, Malone said.

If a vaccine based on a now-defunct virus strain is given repeatedly, it trains the immune system to focus more on the antigen delivered by the vaccine and ignore something slightly different, a phenomenon of immune imprinting, Malone explained.

“The literature on immune imprinting is bombproof,” Malone said. “Now paper after paper in peer-reviewed journals from top labs around the world is documenting it.”

The phenomenon has long been known in the vaccinology field, Malone said, but the topic is taboo and people in the field prefer not to discuss it, he said.

Vaccine immunity versus natural immunity

A registered nurse cares for COVID-19 patients in the intensive care unit at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center in Torrance, Calif., in January. 21, 2021. (Mario Tama/Getty Images)

Healthcare workers in the U.K. — most of whom were infected with the Wuhan variant of the virus and also received three or four doses of the COVID-19 vaccine — developed chronic recurrent infections from the Omicron variant, Malone said, citing a paper published in the journal. academic journal Science.

Another paper published in the journal Nature suggests that the virus evolved not from the general population but rather from immunocompromised individuals who received multiple doses of the vaccine, Malone said, and that 30 percent of the vaccinated population develop recurrent infections.

This contradicts the propaganda that the unvaccinated put the general population at risk, Malone noted.

Natural immunity to Covid-19 infection lasts at least 14 months, including immunity to Omicron strains, Malone said, citing a research paper from Qatar that has yet to be reviewed (pdf).

And the immunity caused by the vaccine lasts only a few months, he added.

When someone is infected with the original virus, that person mounts an immune response that includes “all the proteins of the virus,” Malone explained, unless he or she experiences too much immune imprinting.

“That’s the problem with monovalent vaccines or single-antigen vaccines, they’re driving your immune response against the whole virus. So, the virus needs to strengthen several steps to get rid of it through genetic evolution,” he said. “That’s exactly what happened with Omicron.”

Paradoxically, most countries with developing economies and low vaccination rates have the lowest COVID-19 death rates in the world, Malone said.

“We may continue this trend,” he said.

According to Our World, only 1.4 percent of Haiti’s population has been vaccinated and the country has recorded 838 COVID-19 deaths, or 73 deaths per 1 million people.

In South Africa, where 32 percent of the population was vaccinated, nearly 102,000 deaths were reported, or 1,717 deaths per 1 million people.

In the UK, 75 per cent of the population was vaccinated and more than 184,000 people died, which equates to 2,736 deaths per 1 million.

And in the United States, 67 percent of the population has been vaccinated, and 1.03 million people have died from the virus, which equates to 3,058 deaths per 1 million people.

Other problems with vaccines

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A health worker prepares to administer a monkeypox vaccine at the Pride Center in Wilton Manors, Florida on July 12, 2022. (Joe Radle/Getty Images)

Malone noted a problem with current mRNA vaccines.

When a vaccine is injected into a patient’s arm, the vaccine’s RNA, or modified RNA, is supposed to last only a few hours, but a Stanford University study shows that “the RNA sticks around for at least 60 years. day,” Malone said.

However, vaccine adverse event reporting system (VAERS) records in the first couple of shots after vaccination are the only accounts for vaccine reactions and public illnesses, but two months later the drug is still in the body, Malone said.

“Vaccine RNA produces more protein than natural infection,” he said. “Now it’s clear why we’re seeing more adverse events with vaccines than with the infection itself, because the spike is what it is.”

VAERS was created by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Food and Drug Administration to collect and analyze data on vaccine side effects.

The system relies on sending reports to individuals and is not intended to determine whether a reported health problem is caused by the vaccine, but it is “particularly useful for identifying unusual or unexpected patterns of adverse event reporting that may indicate a potential safety problem with the vaccine,” according to Health and Population. service department.

Malone, president and co-founder of the International Alliance of Physicians and Medical Scientists, said more than 17,000 doctors and scientists have signed a declaration calling for the removal of genetic vaccines.

“These genetic vaccines are not working,” he said.

Myling Lee and Zachary Stieber contributed to this report.

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