British researchers have told us what we have already known for quite some time – the covid vax does not provide any protection to those who take them, especially against the omicron variant.
A paper which has been published in the magazine Science, revealed that post-injection, there were no antibody or T-cell protection at all, while substances are being left inside a person’s body which are causing either chronic illness or death.
The paper also found that full vaxxed individuals are suffering the most from “breakthrough” infections of omicron, as the vax was designed for earlier variants like Delta.
Writing on his Substack, Alex Berenson said, “… when vaccinated but previously uninfected people suffer breakthrough Omicron infections, their T-cell response is biased toward earlier versions of Sars-Cov-2 – not to the Omicron variant that has actually infected them,”
“In other words, the mRNA shots appear to permanently wrongfoot the immune systems of people who receive and bias them toward producing T-cells to attack variants that no longer exist – even though they never were infected with those variants at all.”
The covid shots are actually destroying a person’s natural immunity, because of a component that targets non-specific pathogens, programming the immune system to become altered, leaving the body defenseless as the infections mutate.
“While antibodies are the first line of defense against infection and try to clear the virus from the bloodstream, T-cells are the crucial second line,” Berenson adds. “They attack and destroy infected cells and also work with other parts of the immune system to produce more and better targeted antibodies later.”
“Vaccine advocates have claimed endlessly that mRNA-generated T-cells help keep people from becoming severely ill with Covid even after frontline antibody protection against infection disappears … This study suggests that supposed protection may be a myth, and the low death rates from Omicron are simply a result of Omicron’s general lack of virulence in vaccinated and unvaccinated people alike.”
The British study further found that antibodies – which fight off infections inside the body – become damaged and severely depleted post-injection, leaving the body only able to produce one type of antibody when many different kinds are needed.
“Unfortunately, but unsurprisingly, the scientists did not look at the immune responses of anyone who was not vaccinated – with or without previous infection,” Berenson explains. “Thus, the paper offers no direct comparison of the way Omicron may affect antibody and B- and T-cell responses in vaccinated and unvaccinated people.”
“Why didn’t the researchers include unvaccinated people? Maybe because nearly all British adults are vaccinated and most boosted, so the authors wanted to concentrate on the risks Omicron poses to vaccinated people … Or maybe because they worried about what they’d find if they directly compared the two groups.”