Covid-19: The damage of booster shots

A new study suggests that frequent Covid-19 booster vaccinations in immunocompromised people may cause more harm than benefit.

According to a scientific study published on January 27, 2024 in Clinical and Experimental Medicine, and picked up by Epoch Health magazine, repeated anti-Covid-19 vaccine injections can increase the risk of being infected by the SARS-CoV-2 virus and cause or aggravate other pathologies. In addition, receiving multiple doses in vaccinees can lead to much higher levels of IgG4 antibodies and alter the activation of the white blood cells (immune system cells) that help protect the body against microbial infections and cancer.

“No proven efficacy”

Immunoglobulins (IgG), or antibodies, are proteins produced by specialized white blood cells called B lymphocytes. Although IgG antibodies generally have a protective effect (with the exception of “facilitating” antibodies), the production of IgG4-type antibodies, increased with each “anti-Covid-19” booster vaccine injection, is involved in immune tolerance. There is growing evidence that abnormally high levels of IgG4 due to repeated vaccine injections can cause IgG4-related diseases involving multi-organ inflammation, autoimmune diseases, rapid-onset cancers and autoimmune myocarditis. These pathologies are in fact directly induced by overactivation of the renin-angiotensin system (RAS) and its deleterious receptor AT1R, which is pro-inflammatory, pro-angiogenic and drives innate immunity.

Evidence of lymphocyte damage

“Although booster doses have been recommended to strengthen and extend immunity, particularly against emerging variants (of SARS-CoV-2), this recommendation is not based on proven efficacy and side effects have been overlooked,” writes the article’s author, researcher Alberto Boretti. Instead, he found evidence that several mRNA vaccine boosters alter the activation of CD4+ helper and CD8+ cytotoxic T lymphocytes. These immune cells make up the majority of T lymphocytes, which protect the human body by destroying harmful pathogens and helping it to respond to infections, allergens and tumors. CD4+ helper T cells are particularly essential, as they activate other immune cells, coordinate the immune response against microbial infections and help B cells produce antibodies.

Jean-Marc Sabatier’s early concerns

In an interview with Marc Moustacakis for the German Oval Media, recorded on May 19, 2023, Jean-Marc Sabatier is already talking about immunodeficiency induced by booster shots.
In a (censored) article entitled “Covid-19: Les dangers de la troisième dose du vaccin!” published on August 11, 2021 in and which can be reread on the website contre-pouvoir, Jean-Marc Sabatier points out that there are “facilitating” antibodies which, unlike “neutralizing” antibodies, promote the infection of cells by the virus. It is these antibodies that should be avoided during vaccination, he says. There are also “neutral” antibodies. He mentions that “facilitating” antibodies are found with SARS-CoV-2 vaccine injections, hence the dangers of “vaccine” boosters. Indeed, “If the ADE or even ERD (facilitating infection) phenomenon exists in the case of current vaccination, it is likely that these vaccine boosters (3ᵉ and 4ᵉ doses) increase the proportion of “facilitating” antibodies, leading to an effect potentially opposite to the one sought. The cure would then be worse than the disease.

Finally, on December 15, 2021, in an article entitled “The third dose before the overdose“, we wrote: “Dr. Jean-Marc Sabatier, Director of Research at the CNRS and Doctor of Cell Biology and Microbiology, casts doubt on compulsory vaccination. He points out that the side effects of the third dose (or even the 4ᵉ dose probably scheduled) do not stop at the immediate undesirable effects. There is a strong fear that the side effects reported to date represent only the tip of the iceberg, he says.
Jean-Marc Sabatier continues: “Indeed, the real impact of multiple recalls (in addition to the ADE/ERD phenomena of facilitating infection) could take months or years to appear (notably autoimmune diseases or cancers)…
Authorities must take these dangers into account when making decisions”.
Finally, systemic autoimmunity seems to be the inevitable consequence of over-stimulation of the host’s immune “system” by repeated immunization with the antigen, at levels that exceed the system’s self-organized criticality. See the study

(Jean-Marc Sabatier is speaking in a personal capacity)


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