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by Robyn Chuter

In an article from a couple of weeks ago, I informed you thusly – Part 2, I discussed the astounding admission by recently-retired NIAID director and Chief COVID Catastrophist, Dr Anthony S. (for Science™?) Fauci, in a peer-reviewed article, that existing vaccines for respiratory diseases such as flu and COVID don’t work, and can’t work, because they don’t stimulate mucosal immunity.

To summarise the lengthy and well-referenced argument that Fauci and his two coauthors made in that article, vaccines that are injected make their way into the circulatory system, where they stimulate the production of antibodies that are confined to the circulatory system, such as serum immunoglobulin (Ig)A and IgG.

However, respiratory viruses like SARS-CoV-2, influenza and RSV replicate predominantly in the mucosal tissue of the upper respiratory tract, and don’t enter the circulatory system where they could be neutralised by these serum antibodies. The mucosal immune system naturally produces secretory IgA (sIgA) to control their replication, but vaccines don’t induce production of sIgA.

Here’s the money quote:

“Many studies in humans and experimental animals, some before sIgA had been recognized, indicate that secretory mucosal immunity is generally more effective than systemic immunity in controlling mucosal respiratory viruses and that tissue-resident memory T cells can be effective in rapidly responding to mucosal infection. … Nasal sIgA is the best correlate of protection in RSV challenge studies,18 even in the absence of systemic IgA-producing B cells. Similar results are seen with other viruses, including SARS-CoV-2.

Rethinking next-generation vaccines for coronaviruses, influenzaviruses, and other respiratory viruses

Especially for those who lost jobs, friends and even marriages over their refusal to take the experimental COVID-19 transfection agents marketed as ‘vaccines’, the most galling sentence in the Fauci & Friends paper is this one:

“Taking all of these factors into account, it is not surprising that none of the predominantly mucosal respiratory viruses have ever been effectively controlled by vaccines.”

Rethinking next-generation vaccines for coronaviruses, influenzaviruses, and other respiratory viruses

In other words, the ‘experts’ knew, from the get-go, that there was little to no chance that the COVID injections would ‘end the pandemic’, because there has never been a successful vaccine developed for any other respiratory virus with a similar pattern of infection and replication.

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