Can a shot in the deltoid stimulate mucus in the airways? The answer is "No" ... Then, how can vaccines be effective?
Vaccine Effectiveness Myth (Part 2): A 30-year lie on misplaced vaccines - Covid Myth Buster News
In matters of vaccines, more than anything else, the devil is in the detail.
Vaccine effectiveness can be very binary and complete failure is quite easy. The immune system being a sophisticated bio-software; sensitivity is very strong. Every detail, every step of the way, is key: the area of injection, the injection tool, the immune context of the patient, the schedule … Where and how you inject the product can make or break the entire vaccine effectiveness.
A few years back, I was fortunate enough to do a deep-dive into a next generation anti-cancer vaccine technology, advising a ground-breaking immune therapeutics company in Paris. As I was comparing their technology with competition, I remember being surprised at the effort, time and money they had dedicated to fine-tuning the delivery of the vaccine. We were talking years in additional development, and consequently millions of dollars invested, to test where and how to best deliver the vaccine.
Why? Why had they paid so much attention to the delivery, and not their competitors? Well, there was your attention to detail … and it sure paid off, the company ended up with response rates close to 90% when its competitors were achieving less than 10% … an enormous difference with the potential1 to save millions from cancer.
In the accelerated development of anti-COVID vaccines, the focus was essentially on developing the right “code” to transfer to the immune system, mainly on the relatively narrow Spike protein, as you all know by now. They also focused on the best delivery vehicle - the lipid nanoparticle - and optimal manufacturing processes. However, vaccine effectiveness depends on many other factors. A systems approach was needed, not a pinpoint solution approach. It’s not enough to find and to present the right antigens - with the right quality - to the immune system, even packed into the latest and greatest technology…
Unfortunately, after a year of vaccination and 9.5 billion doses, vaccine failure is visible to everybody to acknowledge: unforeseen transmission, explosion of cases… If you believe “Our World In Data”, we’ve had 240 million infections in 2021 - when we vaccinated like never before. We only had 70 million in 2020 when we had no vaccines...
Based on case numbers, the vaccine is not even putting a dent in the epidemic.
Either by media-induced panic, by sheer incompetence, or possibly by customary corruption, vaccine stakeholders have presented a completely false narrative on anti-COVID vaccine effectiveness.
For nearly a year now, I have been exposing two critical inconsistencies in terms of the location of the vaccine-induced immunity that make it nearly impossible for these vaccines to be effective:
How can an injection in the deltoid stimulate an immunity in the mucus?
Respiratory virus like SARS-COV-2 typically propagate in the mucus: mouth, nose, digestive tract and lungs. For propagation to be stopped in the mucus, notably in the lungs, a preemptive immune arsenal needs to be stimulated there. This is exactly what occurs once recovered from a natural infection: