Why covid massvax campaigns are dangerous, unscientific, and rightly unprecedented

Prior to the start of this universal vaccination program (and until today!), no single publication existed that came even close to suggesting that mass vaccination campaigns using non-transmission-blocking vaccines could be successful in extinguishing a pandemic of a highly mutable virus, let alone if several more infectious variants had already expanded in prevalence.

Mass vaccination with imperfect vaccines is prone to promoting propagation of naturally selected, spike(S)-directed immune escape variants in the population, and ongoing campaigns are causing the population to place even more pressure on viral infectiousness. This is, therefore, likely to expedite the already worrisome evolution of mutants into immune escape variants that further resist neutralizing vaccinal Abs while also presenting other problematic characteristics such as enhanced infectiousness or virulence (4, 5). It goes without saying that such ‘super variants’, as molecular epidemiologists tend to call them, bear life-threatening potential to both unvaccinated and vaccinated individuals.

Mass vaccination programs previously conducted to combat viral epidemics/pandemics (e.g., smallpox, polio, measles, yellow fever) have nothing in common with the ongoing mass vaccination campaigns today as those viruses are very different in terms of their pathogenesis, transmissibility, route of infection, potential reservoirs, predominant effector mechanisms involved in antiviral immunity, susceptibility of population segments, as well as with regard to the vaccines used (all prior vaccination campaigns involved live-attenuated virus).

Why can’t C-19 vaccine mandates be taken seriously?

Vanden Bossche has been the source of many of the most basic scientific ideas on covid, covid treatments, and covid vaxxes. I have grabbed three paragraphs of his essay to convey its gist, but it’s best to read the whole thing if you have time. ABN

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