COVID Vaccine Examined on Kids for Herd Immunity?


In youngsters and younger adults from age start to 19, the survival price of COVID-19 is 99.997%.1,2 Normally, signs are gentle or nonexistent. Amongst youngsters who had been hospitalized, 0.19% of youngsters died from COVID-19, with researchers concluding in a 2021 research, “Hospitalization and in-hospital dying are uncommon in youngsters recognized with COVID-19.”3

Although COVID-19 has had little affect, bodily, to youngsters, well being officers are setting the stage for widespread vaccination of this inhabitants. The College of Oxford, which is collaborating on a COVID-19 vaccine with AstraZeneca, is already enrolling youngsters between the ages of 6 years and 17 years and eight months of their U.Ok. vaccine trial.4

A COVID vaccine for infants and youngsters is each bit as pointless, harmful and silly because the hepatitis B vaccine is for infants that I’ve been railing in opposition to for the previous 20 years.

Moderna can also be enrolling 3,000 youngsters between the ages of 12 and 17 to check their COVID-19 vaccine, utilizing the identical dose given to adults,5 whereas Pfizer additionally expanded its scientific trials to incorporate youngsters as younger as 12.6 Johnson & Johnson even introduced on February 28, 2021, that it plans to check its COVID-19 vaccine on infants, together with new child infants, pregnant ladies and folks with compromised immune techniques.

“They didn’t get into plenty of element about it however did make it clear they are going to be pursuing pediatric and maternal coronavirus immunization research,” Dr. Ofer Levy, a member of the FDA’s advisory committee who reviewed Johnson & Johnson’s vaccine knowledge, advised The New York Instances.7

It’s Gene Remedy — Not a Vaccine

The COVID-19 vaccine actually isn’t a vaccine within the medical definition of a vaccine. It’s extra precisely an experimental gene therapy, of which the effectiveness and safety are removed from confirmed. In the course of the first six weeks the vaccine was accessible, greater than 500 post-vaccination deaths and almost 11,000 different hostile occasions had been reported to the U.S. Vaccine Adversarial Occasion Reporting System (VAERS).8

In line with Kids’s Well being Protection (CHD), professor Dolores J. Cahill, Ph.D., a molecular biologist and immunologist, “expects to see successive waves of hostile reactions to the experimental messenger RNA (mRNA) injections starting from anaphylaxis and different allergic responses to autoimmunity, sepsis and organ failure.”9

Contemplating that youngsters are at extraordinarily low danger from COVID-19, vaccination gives them way more danger than profit, and oldsters could also be understandably reluctant to volunteer their youngsters to obtain this experimental and unlicensed gene remedy. Public well being officers have made it clear, nevertheless, that vaccination of youngsters is anticipated. CHD reported:10

“Already final April — when subsequent to nothing was recognized about COVID’s epidemiology, and candidate vaccines had barely begun to be studied — Invoice Gates set the stage for the pediatric push, declaring that the top purpose is to make COVID-19 vaccines ‘a part of the routine new child immunization schedule.’”

Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the Nationwide Institute of Allergy and Infectious Ailments (NIAID), additionally acknowledged that 85% to 90% of the U.S. inhabitants, together with youngsters, might want to obtain a COVID-19 vaccine earlier than life can return to regular, and he advised that first graders could also be licensed to be vaccinated by September 2021.11

Utilizing ‘Herd Immunity’ to Justify Vaccinating Kids

Since youngsters themselves have little cause to get a COVID-19 vaccine, well being officers are spinning the notion that youngsters should be vaccinated for the sake of herd immunity. Now, they need you to assume that not solely do you have to have a look at the folks round you as vectors of disease, but in addition the kids, who might be asymptomatic carriers, silently bringing an epidemic to grandma’s home.

What’s being largely ignored, nevertheless, are the research displaying that youngsters should not driving the COVID-19 pandemic and, in actual fact, seem much less prone to transmit COVID-19 than adults.12

“In brief, public well being leaders say, dad and mom should ‘vaccinate the younger to guard the previous.’ Given the federal authorities’s estimate that one vaccine damage outcomes from each 39 vaccines administered, it appears clear that officers count on youngsters to shoulder 100% of the dangers of COVID vaccination in trade for zero profit,” CHD famous.13

Herd immunity, which happens when sufficient folks purchase immunity to an infectious illness such that it might probably now not unfold extensively in the neighborhood, is calculated utilizing reproductive quantity, or R-naught (R0), which is the estimated variety of new infections that will happen from one contaminated individual.14

R0 of under 1 (with R1 that means that one one that’s contaminated is anticipated to contaminate one different individual) signifies that circumstances are declining whereas R0 above 1 suggests circumstances are on the rise. It’s removed from a precise science, nevertheless, as an individual’s susceptibility to an infection varies relying on many components, together with their well being, age and contacts inside a group.

The preliminary R0 calculations for COVID-19’s HIT had been based mostly on assumptions that everybody has the identical susceptibility and can be mixing randomly with others in the neighborhood. However a research revealed in Nature Evaluations Immunology advised that the herd immunity threshold for COVID-19 could have to be adjusted as a result of youngsters are much less prone to the illness:15

“One other issue that will feed right into a decrease herd immunity threshold for COVID-19 is the position of youngsters in viral transmission. Preliminary stories discover that youngsters, significantly these youthful than 10 years, could also be much less prone and contagious than adults, by which case they could be partially omitted from the computation of herd immunity.”

COVID Gene Remedy Could Not Stop Transmission

One other level being largely ignored within the mainstream media is that it’s unknown if the COVID-19 vaccines forestall transmission, placing a serious gap within the push for vaccine-driven herd immunity.

In contrast to standard vaccines, which use an antigen of the illness you’re making an attempt to stop, the COVID-19 injections comprise artificial RNA fragments encapsulated in a nanolipid service compound,16 the only real function of which is to reduce scientific signs related to the S-1 spike protein, not the precise virus.

They don’t truly impart immunity or inhibit transmissibility of the illness. In different phrases, they aren’t designed to maintain you from getting sick with SARS-CoV-2; they solely are supposed to reduce your an infection signs if or if you do get contaminated.17,18

At a digital press convention held by the World Well being Group (WHO) on December 28, 2020, WHO officers warned there is no such thing as a assure that COVID-19 vaccines will forestall folks from being contaminated with the SARS-CoV-2 virus and transmitting it to different folks.19

In a New Yr’s Day interview with Newsweek, Fauci strengthened the WHO’s admission that well being officers have no idea if COVID-19 vaccines forestall an infection or if folks can unfold the virus to others after getting vaccinated.20

Though the U.S. Meals and Drug Administration (FDA) granted Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) in December 2020 for Pfizer/BioNTech21 and Moderna22 to launch their experimental mRNA vaccines to be used within the U.S., the businesses solely offered proof from scientific trials to exhibit that their vaccines prevented gentle to extreme COVID-19 illness signs in vaccinated members in comparison with unvaccinated trial members.

The businesses didn’t examine whether or not the vaccines forestall folks from changing into asymptomatically contaminated with the SARS-CoV-2 virus and/or transmitting it to different folks.23,24

In the meantime, in case you or your baby recovered from COVID-19 or had an asymptomatic case, you doubtless have already got some stage of protecting immunity25 — one other issue being largely ignored within the push to vaccinate youngsters. In truth, trials advised there’s no benefit to getting vaccinated amongst those that have been beforehand contaminated with COVID-19.26

Fauci’s Involvement With Medical Patents

Whereas Fauci just isn’t named on the patent of Moderna’s vaccine, the NIH has a 50% stake in it,27 and the popularity that will include a profitable vaccine launch will surely embody Fauci. NIH scientists may additionally gather royalties from vaccines they’re concerned with.28

The video above, with David E. Martin, Ph.D., a nationwide intelligence analyst, additionally goes into element about Fauci’s involvement with medical patents. Martin has identified that despite the fact that Moderna “very clearly didn’t have the authorized proper, and they didn’t have the contractual rights, they didn’t have the licensing rights” required to enter right into a federal contract, they had been nonetheless by some means pushed to the front of the line by the NIH and Fauci.

Within the Fauci/COVID-19 File ready by Martin, he describes a number of felony violations he believes are related to “COVID-19 terrorism,” together with gain of function research that was carried out by NIAID in violation of an NIH moratorium. A part of the file additionally spells out a few of Fauci’s patents intimately together with the NIAID’s “financial bonanza”:29

“Because the passage of the Bayh Dole Act (Pub. L. 96-517, December 12, 1980), federally funded analysis has been an financial bonanza for U.S. universities, federal companies, and their chosen patronage. For the primary decade following Bayh Dole, NIH funding doubled from $3.4 billion to $7.1 billion. A decade later, it doubled once more to $15.6 billion.

Within the wake of September 2001, the Nationwide Institute for Allergy and Infectious Ailments (NIAID) noticed its direct funds enhance over 300% with out accounting for DARPA funds of as a lot as $1.7 billion yearly from 2005 ahead. In 2020, NIH’s funds was over $41 billion.

What has turn into of the $763 billion of taxpayer funds allotted to creating America more healthy since inventors have been commercially incentivized? Who has been enriched? The reply, regrettably, is that no accountability exists to reply these questions. The NIH is the named proprietor of a minimum of 138 patents since 1980.

America Division of Well being and Human Companies is the named proprietor of a minimum of 2,600 patents. NIAID grants or collaboration have resulted in 2,655 patents and patent purposes of which solely 95 embody an project to the Division of Well being and Human Companies as an proprietor.

… NIAID’s Director, Dr. Anthony Fauci is listed as an inventor on 8 granted U.S. patents. None of them are reported in NIAID, NIH, or GAO stories of energetic licensing even supposing Dr. Fauci reportedly was compelled to receives a commission for his interleukin-2 ‘invention’ — funds he reportedly donated to an unnamed charity.”

Conflicts Are Rampant

It’s price noting that Moderna has no authorized rights to a key patent for its vaccine supply system, and firm executives are amongst those that have dumped their inventory. Each Moderna and the NIH are basically engaged in patent infringement, as a core a part of the expertise — the lipid nanoparticle (LNP) expertise that’s a part of the vaccine supply system — belongs to a small Canadian biotech firm known as Arbutus.30

Moderna sought to invalidate the patent owned by Arbutus Biopharma, however misplaced the problem on the finish of July 2020.31 After dropping the problem, Moderna mentioned their LNP expertise is definitely way more superior than Arbutus’ and claimed “the LNP used to make mRNA-1273, its Covid-19 vaccine candidate, just isn’t lined by the Arbutus patent.”32 “In brief,” the File notes:33

“… whereas Moderna enjoys a whole lot of hundreds of thousands of {dollars} of funding allegiance and advocacy from Anthony Fauci and his NIAID, since its inception, it has been engaged in unlawful patent exercise and demonstrated contempt for U.S. Patent legislation.

To make issues worse, the U.S. Authorities has given it monetary backing within the face of undisclosed infringement dangers probably contributing to the very infringement for which they’re indemnified.”

Conflicts of curiosity are additionally rampant at NIH, the place, since 2012, well being researchers receiving federal funding have reported greater than 8,000 important monetary conflicts of curiosity totaling a minimum of $188 million.34 In 2006,35 proof was additionally uncovered displaying that 916 NIH researchers had secretly obtained royalty funds for medication and different innovations whereas working for the federal government.

Fauci was amongst those that had “obtained tens of hundreds of {dollars} in royalties for an experimental AIDS remedy they invented [interleukin-2]. On the identical time, their workplace has spent hundreds of thousands in tax {dollars} to check the remedy on sufferers throughout the globe.”

Whereas it seems inevitable that the experimental COVID-19 gene remedy injections will quickly be pushed on youngsters, contemplating the various unanswered questions and conflicts in place, some could favor to place off getting vaccinated in opposition to COVID-19 for so long as attainable whereas ready for the actual truth to emerge.