Together we had hoped that we would be proved wrong when we were skeptical about mass vaccination with an experimental mRNA vaccine and the possible side effects.
Read the conclusion from a scientific study here.
There has been an unwavering message about the safety and efficacy of mRNA vaccinations against SARS-CoV-2 from the public health apparatus in the US and around the world. Its efficacy is increasingly being questioned, as evidenced by a recent letter to the Lancet Regional Health from Günter Kampf (2021b). Kampf has provided data showing that vaccinated people are now just as likely to spread disease as unvaccinated. He concluded: “It seems gross negligence to ignore the vaccinated population as a possible and relevant source of transmission when making decisions about public health measures.” In addition, the inadequacy of phase I, II, and III studies to evaluate the medium- and long-term side effects of genetic mRNA vaccines may have been misleading regarding their suppressive impact on the innate immunity of the vaccinees.
In this article we draw attention to three very important aspects of the safety profile of these vaccinations. The first is the extensively documented undermining of innate immunity, primarily via suppression of IFN-α and the associated signaling cascade. This suppression will have a wide range of consequences, not least the reactivation of latent viral infections and the reduced ability to effectively fight future infections. Second, there is the dysregulation of the system for both preventing and detecting genetically driven malignant transformation in cells and the resulting potential for vaccination to promote those transformations. Third, mRNA vaccination may disrupt intracellular communication performed by exosomes, induces cells to take up spike glycoprotein mRNA to produce high levels of spike glycoprotein-bearing exosomes, with potentially severe inflammatory consequences. If any of these opportunities are fully realized, the impact on billions of people around the world could be huge, adding to both the short- and long-term burden of disease facing our healthcare system.
Given the current rapidly growing awareness of the multiple roles of G4s in the regulation of mRNA translation and clearance by stress beads, the increase in pG4s due to enrichment of GC content due to codon optimization has unknown but likely far-reaching consequences. Specific analytical evaluation of the safety of these constructs in vaccines is urgently needed, including mass spectrometry for identification of cryptic expression and immunoprecipitation studies to evaluate the potential for disrupting or interfering with the essential activities of RNA and DNA binding proteins.
It is essential that further research be conducted to determine the magnitude of the potential pathological consequences described in this article. It is impractical to consider these vaccinations as part of a public health campaign without a detailed analysis of the human impact of the potential collateral damage. VAERS and other monitoring systems need to be optimized to detect signals related to the health consequences of mRNA vaccination that we have outlined. We believe that the improved VAERS monitoring system described in the Harvard Pilgrim Health Care, Inc. study, but unfortunately not supported by the CDC, would be a valuable start in this regard (Lazarus et al., 2010).
Ultimately, billions of lives may be at risk, given the sheer number of individuals injected with the SARS-CoV-2 mRNA vaccines and the wide range of adverse outcomes we have described. We call on public health institutions to demonstrate with evidence why the issues discussed in this document are not relevant to public health, or to recognize that they are and act accordingly. In addition, we encourage all individuals to make their own health care decisions with this information as a contributing factor to those decisions.
The scientific article; https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S027869152200206X