Philip Dormitzer, the chief scientific officer at Pfizer, described Israel as “a sort of laboratory” to “see the effect” of his company’s vaccines, Israel has, “immunized a very high proportion of the population very early — so it’s been a way that we can almost look ahead: What we see happening in Israel happens again in the US a couple of months later.”
Israel, with its younger population and lower obesity rate, had been doing well but is now experiencing its own worst wave now – much worse than before any of the shots were administered.
After many go the third shot and even many of the seniors got fourth shots is when serious cases began to occur.
According to professor Yaakov Jerris, director of Ichilov Hospital’s coronavirus ward in Tel Aviv, “most of our severe cases are vaccinated.” “They had at least three injections,” Jerris told Channel 13 News in describing the typical COVID patient. “Between seventy and eighty percent of the serious cases are vaccinated. So, the vaccine has no significance regarding severe illness, which is why just twenty to twenty-five percent of our patients are unvaccinated.”
Could the vaccine perhaps explain why Israel appears to be getting it worse than other countries?
As the virus mutates, not only will this particular vaccine become less effective, it may make things worse because the body won’t produce as many T cells in the parts of the body that are infected.
An article co-authored by Paul Elias Alexander, PhD, Mark Trozzi, MD, Dan Stock, MD explains the problem. Stock notes, “Whatever the immune system is taught to do the first time it sees the pathogen’s components, it memorizes that response and gets better and better at doing that with each successive exposure to the virus, even if it’s wrong,” warns Stock. “With the failed RSV vaccine in the 1960s, Marek’s disease vaccine in chickens, and these COVID-19 vaccines, immune response appeared protective at first. Then, as the body gets better and better at responding the wrong way – constantly reinforced by boosters – all hell broke loose. The vaccine is likely to teach your broken immune system to react the wrong way, you’re stuck in ADE, and won’t see it until it’s too late. The hallmark of ADE is failing immune response against all strains of the pathogen as time goes on, as we saw with RSV and Dengue, and we’re seeing with COVID-19 vaccines.”
The vaccines appear to be effective on some level at first, but then wane, requiring boosters.
The article on the failed RSV vaccine in the 1960s, Marek’s disease vaccine in chickens highlights the problems with relying on just vaccines to combat the virus.