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Pfizer/BioNTech Covid Injections reprogram both adaptive and innate immune responses

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A study posted on the preprint site medRxiv shows that Covid mRNA injections are causing immune system dysregulation, a breakdown of immune system processes.  In other words, researchers are finding that the injections reprogram not only your adaptive immune system, but the innate immune system as well.

It’s this feature that is probably causing the resurgences of viral infections and adverse events with the Covid injections. What this means for children, as health care decision makers push for them to get the injections, is that their innate systems — which are naturally very strong — may be challenged to the point that the spike proteins of the coronavirus will actually stir up chronic inflammation and autoimmunity. 

And what that means is that by way of the injected mRNA, the body is being set up for other types of infections from fungi, viruses and bacteria.

The pre-print study posted on 6 May titled ‘The BNT162b2 mRNA vaccine against SARS-CoV-2 reprograms both adaptive and innate immune responses’ provides evidence to support what many prominent immunologists and vaccinologists have been saying for a long time.

The paper’s authors concluded, “the mRNA BNT162b2 vaccine induces complex functional reprogramming of innate immune responses, which should be considered in the development and use of this new class of vaccines.”

BNT162b2 mRNA vaccine is the Pfizer/BioNTech Covid injection.

Innate immunity, or natural immunity, is so-named because it is present at birth and does not have to be learned through exposure to an invader. It thus provides an immediate response to foreign invaders.  The innate immune system is our first line of defence.

Adaptive immunity, or acquired immunity, is not present at birth. It is learned. The learning process starts when a person’s immune system encounters foreign invaders and recognises nonself substances or antigens. Then, the components of acquired immunity learn the best way to attack each antigen and begin to develop a memory for that antigen. Acquired immunity is also called specific immunity because it tailors its attack to a specific antigen previously encountered. Its hallmarks are its ability to learn, adapt, and remember.

Since children have extraordinary capabilities with regards to dealing with Covid-19 via their innate immune system responses, what will happen to them if these are not only by-passed by these injections, but knocked down by them?

Let’s assume the role of the coronavirus and see what our life would be like in the case of say, a child, Jessica Rose explained, and goes on to describe the imaginary journey of the SARS-nCoV-2 virus and the potent response of a child’s innate immune system which we briefly summarise below.

Children have very strong innate immune systems.  If someone sneezed on a child and droplets found their way into the child’s nasal cavity, the coronavirus would encounter lots of mucosal membranes and epithelial cells – part of the innate immune system – and find it hard to get through.  Some of the virus may manage to get past these defences and will then try to find cells to bind to.  However, other cells will probe the virus to see how dangerous it is.  If the virus is able to get past these cells it will bind and try to gain entry.  But the inside of the cell fights back as the PH is too high for the virus and destroys it before copies of it can “get out.”  That’s the potent response of a child’s innate immune system to a coronavirus. Not enough cells get infected fast enough for an infection to ensue. The kid never gets to disease state and in most cases, symptoms are excessively mild or non-existent.

But when the RNA wrapped in lipid nanoparticle is injected into a muscle, the nanoparticle by passes the innate immunity and is transported to cells, including epithelial cells and monocytes – white blood cells responsible for attacking and breaking down germs and bacteria that enter the body.

Once inside, the nanoparticle “dumps” the RNA in the cell and starts making coronavirus spike proteins.  Until the child’s body, or anyone’s body for that matter, flushes the RNA out – which could be 15 months assuming only one injection is administered – it is probably going to cause some systemic problems. “These problems include the dysregulation of the innate immune system, the (subsequent) induction of a hyper-inflamed environment and so many thrombotic events,” Jessica Rose wrote, “I think we can get into the paper now.”

Read more: The BNT162b2 mRNA vaccine against SARS-CoV-2 reprograms both adaptive and innate immune responses, Jessica Rose, 16 December 2021

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