Coronavirus Vaccines Can Backfire and Harm Instead of Help
Coronavirus vaccines are known for causing vaccine enhancement, a condition where the vaccine makes an illness worse, not better, when a vaccinated person becomes infected with the wild virus. This is precisely what has happened with animals in previous SARS trials; instead of being protected from the coronavirus vaccine, they were subject to more severe illness after being exposed to the wild coronavirus itself.
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Coronavirus Vaccine Developers Are Taking Dangerous Shortcuts So They Can Rush The Vaccine To Market
During standard clinical trials of any new vaccine, scientists are required to first test the vaccine on animals to determine its safety and effectiveness. Only after surviving repeated tests in animal models can a candidate vaccine be tested in human trials. However, in a race to bring a coronavirus vaccine to market, the coronavirus vaccines now under development are completely bypassing animal trials. Biomedical ethicists and others in the scientific community say that this is a dangerous shortcut that eliminates important safety measures.
Once A Coronavirus Vaccine is Made Available To The Public, No One Will Guarantee Your Safety
Remember when the swine flu vaccine was rushed to market in 1976? This time around the ill effects could be just as bad or worse, but no one will guarantee your safety. If the new coronavirus vaccine causes a serious reaction, injury or death, no one can be held responsible. That’s because under the PREP Act — passed in 2005 and invoked on March 17, 2020 by HHS Director Alex Azar II — vaccine and drug manufacturers, government agencies, doctors and all others are 100% free from any and all liability resulting from harm caused by the coronavirus vaccine.
Are you concerned about thrusting a brand new vaccine on the population when there are so many unknowns?
All previous attempts at creating a coronavirus vaccine have failed. Subjects given the vaccine have had negative “over-stimulated” immune responses and strong inflammatory responses. Now, in a race to develop a coronavirus vaccine at warp speed, it doesn’t appear the new vaccine will undergo animal testing before it’s given to humans. What if the adverse side effects of the vaccine are greater than the actual coronavirus illness itself? What would that mean for people who were already exposed to the virus but who had little to no clinical symptoms?
Do you want to be a guinea pig for an experimental technology that changes your DNA?
Moderna, one of the companies racing to develop a coronavirus vaccine, has the following written on its website: “There has never been a commercial product utilizing mRNA technology approved for use … The idea is to insert genetic material into a patient’s body that commissions their cellular machinery to churn out little virus-like particles.” Are we going to be missing crucial safety data if vaccine manufacturers bypass this experimental testing on animals? With a new and unproven technology, how do we know that the vaccine will be effective in preventing coronavirus infections in humans if its effectiveness isn’t first evaluated in animals?
When a vaccine has a known history of causing serious adverse events (immunogenic priming), is it ethical to bypass animal studies and then mandate it for the entire population?
Fear over illness from the coronavirus is unprecedented, and many believe that all will be normal in the world again once we produce a vaccine and mandate it for everyone. However, if we end up with a new vaccine that inserts genetic material into your body, causing your cells to churn out virus-like particles, could this end up making you produce lots of viruses — all of the time? What technology would be in place to turn off the cell machinery from constantly churning out virus-like particles? Could the constant production of virus-like particles make you chronically sick? We won’t have proper animal studies to answer these questions, so what if you can’t say ‘no’ to the vaccine? What if the state says you MUST receive it, without exception, regardless of your medical condition(s) — and neither the state, nor the manufacturer, nor the person administering the vaccine is liable for any damages?