Bill Gates, Andrew Cuomo, and others are calling for mass vaccinations against the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19), even though a vaccine for the novel virus doesn’t yet exist, as a condition for release from lockdown. But a 2015 study reveals that any vaccine for the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) would actually create more viruses inside people’s bodies, making the situation worse than it already is.
An honest perusal of this study will more than likely lead you to one conclusion: That there’s never actually going to be a vaccine released for the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) because making a truly effective one would never work. Of course, one could still be released that’s claimed to be effective, but any genuine look at it by regulators would surely reveal that it’s bogus, resulting in its rejection.
What this all means for the release of Americans from lockdown remains to be seen, and certainly doesn’t look promising. But the more we can get the following information out to the general public, the better our chances of blowing the lid on the vaccine charade that’s now quite literally keeping people as prisoners inside their own homes.
If you read through this paper, which was actually published in a journal called Coronaviruses, you’ll notice that one of the stated requirements for an effective coronavirus vaccine is to make it live attenuated, meaning it would have to contain live, yet weakened, bits of the actual virus. As you may recall, they already tried this with the so-called swine flu vaccine, which caused horrific side effects in those who received it.
Seasonal flu vaccines are also generally live attenuated, which explains why so many of the people who receive them end up still getting sick from the flu. Whenever you’re dealing with live viruses, weakened or otherwise, in other words, you’re playing with fire, which is exactly what the coronavirus vaccine mafia is doing under the threat of indefinite containment of Americans under government-imposed house arrest.
What you really need to know about live attenuated viruses is that they have the potential to recombine in human hosts, meaning they can create more novel viruses. This is a serious problem because it means that a coronavirus vaccine could spread new coronaviruses, sparking more outbreaks and possible pandemics.
“… coronaviruses are also known for their ability to recombine using both homologous and nonhomologous recombination,” the study explains. “The ability of these viruses to recombine is tied to the strand switching ability of the RdRp.”
“Only limited options are available to prevent coronavirus infections,” it further adds. “Vaccines have only been approved for IBV, TGEV, and Canine CoV, but these vaccines are not always used because they are either not very effective, or in some cases have been reported to be involved in the selection of novel pathogenic CoVs via recombination of circulating strains.”
In other words, trying to vaccinate against any type of coronavirus, including the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) is risky business, to say the least. It runs the risk of generating new coronaviruses that will then have to be addressed, presumably with more vaccines, and on and on it goes forever….
It’s worth noting that developing a vaccine for coronavirus was already tried with the SARS variety. According to this study, multiple vaccines for SARS were, in fact developed, but none of them were ever approved because of the serious risks involved.
“These vaccines include recombinant attenuated viruses, live virus vectors, or individual viral proteins expressed from DNA plasmids,” the study reads, noting that live attenuated vaccines “would be the most efficacious in targeting coronaviruses.”
The problem, once again, is that recombination threatens to make an already bad situation even worse by “rendering the vaccine useless and potentially increasing the evolution and diversity of the virus in the wild.” Such vaccines, because of the ingredients they contain, can also “enhance disease,” the study reveals….
The risk of recombination isn’t confined to CV vaccines.