Awaiting Results…

There has been a global clinical trial underway and we are still awaiting results from those experimental trials. Although the trial is commonly called a “vaccine” it is actually a form of mRNA gene editing experimentation.

A team from MIT has prepared an article to explain the preliminary results uncovered thus far in the clinical trials. Their article appears in the International Journal of Vaccine Theory, Practice, and Research, and is titled (and linked) here: Worse Than the Disease? Reviewing Some Possible Unintended Consequences of the mRNA Vaccines Against Covid-19

They show just how unprecedented the administration of these gene therapies are, including these being the first time PEG (polyethylene glycol) has been injected into subjects. The first time to use mRNA vaccine to protect against an infectious agent. The first time health authorities tell those receiving the injection to expect an adverse reaction. The first vaccine to make no claims about reducing infections, transmission, or deaths from the underlying illness. The first injection of clinically modified polynucleotides in the general population. And it is the first vaccine against a coronavirus attempted in humans.

The article is very interesting and poses a number of questions that will only be answered over time and as we determine what long-term effects the mRNA therapy will have. They note some evidence now exists that the vaccines produce autoimmune disease reactions, and should be carefully studied to determine if this is a prevalent risk. They warn that there is a risk these injections “could prime the immune system toward development of both auto-inflammatory and autoimmune disease.” (International Journal of Vaccine Theory, May 10, 2021, p. 53)

Although the article is technical, you can learn a great deal by carefully reading it. When you encounter a word you do not understand, do a search for a definition on-line and it will let you understand what the authors are communicating.

The section of the article, “A Possible Link to Prion Diseases and Neurodegeneration” (id., beginning on page 59) is particularly worth reading and understanding. They raise the idea that neurodegeneration akin to Parkinson’s, ALS, and Alzheimer’s may be one of the long-term risks from the body producing its own spike-proteins.

They recommend a more comprehensive gathering of data from long term adverse effects be undertaken. And that we get more open discussion of the reports from adverse effects so that we can understand what the experiment now underway will show once we have open access to important information.

Right now the vaccine has become a political issue, not a public health issue. True enough the political discussion always insists it is about public health, but in truth there has been little honest discussion of the actual science. Bombast and emotional appeals about “safety” and “dangers” are not tied to discussion of actual numbers. Little effort has been made to distinguish between asymptomatic infections and symptomatic infections. Nor has there been an adequate consideration of hospitalizations with Covid-19 as opposed to hospitalizations due to Covid-19. So the arguments are waged with a great deal of emotion, and very little reliable information to allow the public to understand the actual risks.

Perhaps we ought to be more curious about the actual risks, not of Covid-19, but of the vaccines that modify mRNA to cause the human body to produce spike proteins.