For those of you who have been long-time readers of Nation First, you might have come across posts in which I mentioned that mRNA ‘vaccines’ carried a risk of producing an adverse autoimmune reaction in the body.

In one such post from June last year, I wrote that:

Antibody dependent enhancement (ADE) is the term used to describe a condition where vaccine enhancing antibodies against one virus makes the host more vulnerable to other closely-related viruses.

Many papers such as this one have long documented the difficulty of making vaccines against coronaviruses due to the effect of ADE.

Yet, in 2020, a dozen or so experimental vaccines were swiftly rolled out and forcefully injected onto the world’s masses with little in the way of research on its long-term effects.

So-called mRNA ‘vaccines’ appear to be by far the worst culprits since it causes the body’s own cells to form the protein that resembles that of the coronavirus.

In theory, our antibodies detect these proteins and eliminate them, thus allowing them to be better primed at fighting a real COVID infection.

However, this lies on the assumption that our immune system treats these mRNA-induced proteins as foreign bodies.

What happens if our immune system realises them to be harmless native proteins?

It becomes even less effective when the body becomes infected with a real virus.

This risk is probably compounded by getting more jabs of the mRNA gene therapy.



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