New research suggests that repeated mRNA vaccination induces limited immune tolerance for the spike protein
Once again, it is time to stop vaccinating.
“Class switch towards non-inflammatory, spike-specific IgG4 antibodies after repeated SARS-CoV-2 mRNA vaccination” is the title of a new Science: Immunology paper by researchers at Erlangen, in Germany.
I write about this with reluctance, partly because it’s already been covered by friends-of-the blog Rintrah Radagast, el gato malo, Igor Chudov and now Alex Berenson; partly because I really think that whatever is happening or will happen with Corona, we desperately need to transition to a world where we stop worrying about virus infections, particularly infections with Corona; and partly because I’m still not convinced of the significance of these findings. But, this is also a plague chronicle, and I won’t ignore anything here.
In short, it looks like repeated mRNA vaccination induces a partial immune tolerance of the spike protein. Adenovirus vector vaccines don’t cause this tolerance. The spike protein on its own doesn’t either. Nor do vaccines against other pathogens cause this kind of tolerance for their respective antigens. Everything suggests it’s a property of the mRNA technology in particular.
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