The pink elephant in the room regarding COVID-19 and a ‘vaccine’.
The notion of a vaccine should be troubling for a reason that has been hiding in plain sight.
ADR1 for The Duran
Gentleman of The Duran…. I have nothing but the deepest respect for the work you are doing, but I fear you are missing the enormous pink elephant standing in the room. An elephant that, as far as I am aware, has not been addressed by anybody in any media outlet, be it MSM or independent.
COVID-19, or to give its full name, ‘2019 novel coronavirus’ (if it is indeed correctly designated and classified) is part of the ‘cold’ family of viruses – it is not part of the influenza virus (aka flu) family of viruses. Corona viruses were first discovered in the 1930s when an acute respiratory infection of domesticated chickens was shown to be caused by infectious bronchitis virus (IBV). Human coronaviruses were discovered in the 1960s – this is discussed below in the British Medical Journal:
Crucially…there ARE NO VACCINES available for the coronavirus family – there never have been and likely never will be.
As we are all aware, the influenza virus that affects humans can to a degree be vaccinated against via the ‘flu jab’, but even this is by no means foolproof. Some of the greatest minds in this field have tried and failed to find a cure – unfortunately, cold viruses mutate and adapt far too quickly for this to be viable. Hence why there is no cure for the common cold.
Therefore, if “someone” declares that they have a vaccine, there can only be 2 possible conclusions:
1) What they are giving you is NOT A VACCINE – it has an underlying, alternative effect.
2) This particular derivative of the cold virus was not a naturally evolved species – it was bio-engineered. A bio-engineered virus could have an inbuilt ‘vaccine backdoor’ incorporated into its chemical structure that would permit a vaccine to take effect. As discussed above, if it were a naturally occurring derivative, this option would not be available as is evidenced by the fact that we have no vaccines to combat them.
As you can see, either option is extremely worrying. The first implies a malicious intent by “someone” to subtly (but profoundly in the mid-long term) damage the human host into which it’s injected. The second again implies malicious intent, but this time born out of financial motivation, one again that will become profound if its use is mandated.
Of course, there does exist a final and most disturbing possibility – a hellish combination of the two, a bio-engineered virus that can be vaccinated, and if made mandatory will not only generate vast amounts of profit, but insidiously, has the potential to cause significant harm to the target.
In the UK, the Common Cold Unit (CCU), a unit of the British Medical Research Council, existed between 1946 and 1989. Its sole purpose was to find a cure for the common cold – when it closed its doors after 43 years of effort, it openly declared its failure to achieve this goal. Are we now to believe that a miracle vaccine has been suddenly synthesized after merely a couple of months?
Are we like the residents of Troy, who, in the morning after the great battle, see a giant horse outside our gates…… so grateful to embrace this “gift” that we too quickly usher it inside?
Please could you discuss the above issues in more detail as I fear it is something that more people need to understand.
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A few weeks back, I opened up my “Medical Microbiology” Second Edition to the section on coronaviruses. Here are a couple of excerpts. “After infection an increase in coronavirus-specific serum antibody can be detected; however, serum antibody does not prevent reinfection.” “Antibodies to coronaviruses are uniformly present by adulthood, but reinfections are common despite the preexisting serum antibodies.” From a scientific journal report, coronavirus strains HCov-43 and HCov-229 cause up to 30% of upper respiratory infections. From the same report, HCov-NL63 and HKU1 were associated with bronchiolitis and pneumonia respectively. In a recent article I read that because these viruses reside mainly in the upper respiratory system, they are less accessible to immune response. In other words, upper respiratory epithelium is more like “external” body as far as immune response is concerned. Many of the corona viruses use ACE2 protein as a receptor to gain entrance to epithelial cells where they can then replicate. Some have suggested ACE inhibitors as a possible therapy whereas, others, insist ACE inhibitors may be problematic as they possibly increase the concentration of ACE 2 proteins. I wonder about some of “adult” vaccines such as the adult influenza vaccine and the newer shingles vaccines. They use potent adjuvant systems designed to increase the immune response to the vaccine antigen. But these adjuvants are not foreign antigen specific. Is it possible that a subclinical upper respiratory infection could become problematic via these powerful adjuvants? Increased immune response causes increased inflammation with its inherent increased capillary permeability and fluid leakage…not a good thing in the respiratory system. That is just a passing thought and I have no information to back up that thought.