COVID-19 vaccines hamper immune system, lead to more serious diseases: Dr. Robert Malone

A study from the United Kingdom has shown that health professionals who received multiple COVID-19 vaccine boosters after being initially infected with the original virus strain from Wuhan are more susceptible to chronic reinfection from the Omicron variant.

This may help explain why the people who have received various COVID-19 vaccine boosters are increasingly those who end up in hospital with severe COVID-19 symptoms, sometimes resulting in death, said scientist and physician Dr. Robert Malone.

In a July 21 interview for EpochTV’s “Crossroads” program, Malone, an inventor of mRNA vaccine technology, said this phenomenon is the result of a process called “immunoimprinting,” in which initial exposure to a virus strain can prevent it from developing. body produces enough neutralizing antibodies against a newer strain.

He added that this process is enhanced by multiple inoculations.

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Vaccines based on ancient strains

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

A number of species have emerged that have become dominant since the Wuhan species became widespread, including the currently dominant Omicron variety.

The problem is that COVID-19 vaccines use only one of the components of the whole virus, which is a spike protein, so the immune system of a person who has received an mRNA vaccine is trained to respond to only that component. Malone explained.

if That antigen has changed a little, mef that virus has changed slightly, [the immune system] still reacts like it’s the old one,” he said.

The COVID-19 vaccines are based on the spike protein of the original virus identified in Wuhan. That strain of the virus no longer exists and is no longer circulating in the population, Malone said.

When a vaccine based on a now-defunct viral strain is administered repeatedly, it trains the immune system to focus more and more on the antigen delivered by the vaccine and to ignore anything else that’s slightly different, explained Malone and called this phenomenon immune imprinting.

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

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

Vaccine Immunity vs Natural Immunity

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

Health professionals in the UK — many of whom were infected with the Wuhan variant of the virus and also received three or four COVID-19 vaccine doses — have developed chronic recurrent infections from the Omicron variant, Malone said, citing a paper published in the scientific journal Science.

Another paper published in Nature shows that the evolution of the virus doesn’t come from the general population, but rather from immunocompromised people who received multiple doses of vaccine, Malone said, and about 30 percent of the highly vaccinated population has repeated infections.

This conflicts with the propagated story that the unvaccinated are putting the wider population at risk, Malone noted.

Natural immunity against a COVID-19 infection lasts at least 14 months, including immunity against the Omicron strains, Malone said, citing a scientific paper from Qatar that has not yet been peer-reviewed (pdf).

However, vaccine-induced immunity only lasts a few months, he added.

When someone becomes infected with the original virus, that person generates an immune response that includes “all kinds of proteins of the virus,” provided he or she hasn’t experienced too much immune imprinting, Malone explained.

“The problem with these monovalent vaccines, or the single-antigen vaccines, is that they direct your entire immune response against one thing rather than the whole virus. So all the virus has to do is genetically, through evolution, modify a few buds to escape that,” he said. “And that’s exactly what happened to Omicron.”

The paradox is that most countries with emerging economies and low vaccination rates also have the lowest COVID-19 death rates in the world, Malone said.

“It is likely that we will continue to see this trend,” he said.

According to Our World in Data, only 1.4 percent of the Haitian population has been vaccinated and the country has recorded 838 COVID-19 deaths, a rate of 73 deaths per 1 million people.

In South Africa, where 32 percent of the population has been vaccinated, there have been nearly 102,000 deaths, a rate of 1,717 deaths per 1 million people.

In the UK, 75 percent of the population has been vaccinated and more than 184,000 people have died, representing 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, a rate of 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 Raedle/Getty Images)

Malone pointed to a problem with current mRNA vaccines.

When a vaccine is injected into a patient’s arm, the vaccine’s RNA, which is a modified RNA, is believed to last only a few hours, but a study from Stanford University shows that “the RNA is at least 60 days,” said Malone.

However, the government only considers vaccine reactions and illnesses that are recorded in the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) within the first few weeks after vaccination, even though the drug is still in the body two months later, Malone said.

“The vaccine’s RNA produces more spike protein than the natural infection,” he said. “Now it makes sense why we see more side effects with the vaccines than with the infection itself, because spike is a toxin.”

VAERS was established by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Food and Drug Administration to collect and analyze data on the adverse effects of vaccination.

The system relies on individuals to submit reports and is not intended to determine whether a reported health problem was caused by a vaccine, but it is especially useful for detecting unusual or unexpected patterns of adverse event reporting that may indicate a potential safety issue with a vaccine,” said the Department of Health and Human Services.

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 statement unequivocally stating that genetic vaccines should be revoked.

“These genetic vaccines don’t work,” he said.

Meiling Lee and Zachary Stieber contributed to this report.

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