Dr Fauci’s True Confessions By Brian Simpson

It is all coming out in the wash, as my dear old mum used to say. Dr Fauci, who was the “face of science,” if not science itself, in the Covid plandemic, has now retired. But, he has also had a peer reviewed paper published in the journal Cell Host & Microbe. The article is technical, dealing with next generation vaccines. But in the course of charting the future, he, and his colleagues reflect upon the existing Covid vaccines, which he sees as limited: “Because these viruses generally do not elicit complete and durable protective immunity by themselves, they haven’t to date been effectively controlled or licensed by experimental vaccines.” That, as noted below in a critical commentary at the fair and balanced site, Trial Site News.com, is an admission inconsistent with Fauci’s proclamations to the public throughout the Covid plandemic, of the effectiveness of the Covid vaccines. Yet, the mainstream media, including Australia’s, has said nothing about it. It is to be expected that this media, all part of the same mega-corporations that own the world, including Big Pharma, would be silent about any inconvenient truths. But, here at the Alor.org blog, we report it.


“Recently, Dr. Anthony Fauci just retired from nearly half a century of service at the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), part of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), teamed with two infectious disease colleagues from NIH, David Morens and Jeffrey Taubenberger to educate the world why after all the current COVID-19 vaccines were not sufficient to take on respiratory diseases such as the novel coronavirus called SARS-CoV-2. After decades of Fauci and team studying these viruses, and after all that we have collectively gone through, horribly divisive mandates and other pandemic-driven madness, the trio of authors report on why places like the NIH will need more money to develop the next generation of vaccines. 

‘I am Science’

Let’s first break down and simplify the general message. Here it goes in this author’s arguably biased words:

Everything was a success. We saved countless lives and even partially controlled the pandemic. But any problems with the vaccines isn’t the fault of the government or industry—it’s the fault of that bad RNA virus. It mutated and just like influenza,  that dynamic, which we have known about for decades but for whatever reasons forgot about during the onset of SARS-CoV-2, rendered our vaccines less effective. But we didn’t know any better. If we would have known, we would have come up with more directed strategies based on the fact that SARS-CoV-2, like all coronaviruses and influenza, are mostly upper respiratory viruses. Remember, keep this point top of mind—We are science and we are here to tell you what reality is while investing in the future to keep you safe and healthy with advanced medicines and vaccines.

The trio of authors pounces on the Omicron opportunity to get a pass for what has been a truly questionable, if not outright failed, vaccination strategy. Fauci and team outright acknowledge that all coronaviruses, like influenza and the common cold, replicate “in the human respiratory mucosa without infecting systematically” while the vaccines NIH helped promote and develop (NIH has some patent interests with Moderna’s vaccine) didn’t focus on this target-rich area (even though they knew well in advance of this science). Yes, they were fully aware of all of this as they embarked on the great COVID-19 pandemic response countermeasure effort.

But there is more. Fauci and team point out:

“Because these viruses generally do not elicit complete and durable protective immunity by themselves, they haven’t to date been effectively controlled or licensed by experimental vaccines.” TrialSite from the start of the pandemic challenged Fauci and the NIHas well as the World Health Organization (WHO)notion that they could CONTROL and Eradicate an RNA virus such as the novel coronavirus with a blood-based vaccine, or any vaccine for that matter. Just go back and read the many articles since 2020 on this topic.

The influenza virus, in many ways, is similar, and that vaccine has been hit or miss for decades. The common flu was never eradicated, yet, based on a whim and hope, with novel technology, entire health systems backed by government emergency decree deployed $5.5 trillion in U.S. taxpayer money alone, over nearly a three-year period to, among other things, vaccinate 70% of the population (per the WHO target) with what is, in reality, an investigational vaccine.

New Targeted Vaccines—That’s the Answer

Fauci and colleagues in this later paper investigate such challenges impeding the development of effective mucosal respiratory vaccines. After all, the writers remind the reader that these viruses “replicate extremely rapidly in the surface epithelium” and thus “quickly transmitted to other hosts, with a narrow window of time before adaptive immune responses are fully marshaled.”

Delving into and elaborating on possible methods, Fauci and colleagues’ true calling comes next—the development of “next-generation vaccines against these viruses” with what the authors position as next-level considerations from antigen configuration, dose, and adjunction to route and timing to boosting and other “options for public health vaccination policies.” Nice that the truth comes out as TrialSite has been informing the world for a couple of years now that these vaccines were in reality version 1.0, to use a software comparison.

We remind all that this is the same person [Fauci] who essentially represented the brain power behind the COVID-19 pandemic response. It was Fauci that gladly stepped into the limelight, directing all those press conferences, television appearances, and YouTube interviews with celebrities also it was he that has, leading NIAID for many years, doled out enormous sums of money to all sorts of infectious disease research including likely, some form of gain-of-function-related support involving EcoHealth Alliance and Wuhan Institute of Virology.

Fauci knew well in advance what he and colleagues communicated in this recent primer published in Cell Host & Microbe. The authors acknowledge that “after more than 60 years of experience with influenza vaccines, very little improvement in vaccine prevention of infection has been noted. 

Confessing the weakness of current influenza vaccines, the authors post “As pointed out decades ago, and still true today, the rates of effectiveness of our best-approved influenza vaccines would be inadequate for licensure for most other vaccine-preventable diseases. Even decades-long efforts to develop better, so-called “universal” influenza vaccines—vaccines that would create more broadly protective immunity, preferably lasting over longer time periods—have not yet resulted in next-generation, broadly protective vaccines, although a large number of experimental vaccines are in preclinical or early clinical development.”

A Legacy to Defend

Of course, Fauci must defend his less-than-stellar pandemic response by going on the offense, shielding what in actuality were the mass distribution and administration of experimental vaccines, support of a terribly divisive and mismanaged response. Fauci, in this author’s opinion, exploited the pandemic for exactly the reason he mentioned in this piece and in the past—that there has been essentially no innovation and associated breakthroughs in vaccine development for over half a century. Thus, the huge emphasis on mRNA and the possibilities which TrialSite concurs represents significant potential, given more time and scientific breakthroughs. 

But they rushed the countermeasures response, part of the declared emergency, which included the shameless exploiting of a pandemic for a “broader good.”  

If one reads Moderna investor disclosures as late as December 2019, they included material a couple of months forward (the report isn’t filed until the end of Quarter 1, 2020) with the company acknowledging all of the risks associated with the novel technology. Just find the 2019 annual report and read it carefully.  

Yes, of course, mRNA initiatives were ongoing for the past couple of decades but these products remained highly experimental, and early on in the science when considering commercialization. When it came to commercialization, Moderna essentially disclosed to investors “we don’t know what we don’t know so investors be aware.” Importantly, while the entire mainstream press, government agencies, and the WHO bash anyone who reports vaccine injuries, this author assures all who bother to read this that they are real. TrialSite estimates anywhere from half a million to 2 million people in the U.S. alone are having material residual problems associated with the COVID-19 vaccines. We suspect anywhere between 10,000 and 30,000 people died from reactions that likely were associated with the countermeasures.

Of course, the vaccines were developed to induce antibodies and protect people from the SARS-CoV-2 surges, and they worked for a while. But they were not perfect, and it’s not right that government, industry, and academic medicine are running away from their accountability. 

The Real Agenda

One cannot let any good crisis go to waste. Fauci (and to be fair a lot of others) capitalized on this pandemic for innovation, all to drive massive economic development and ultimately wealth accumulation for systemic players. Of course, the target outputs are products that save humanity but that’s secondary. First, follow the money—in the case of COVID-19, $5.5 trillion and counting.

Fauci likely won’t have to save his legacy. That’s because there is too much societal power and money backing this whole narrative,  that COVID-19 vaccines “saved innumerable lives and helped to achieve early partial pandemic control” in his own words in the recently published piece.

We’ll give Fauci partial credit for the first point, that the vaccines in surges, if administered correctly, helped soften the sharp and deadly edge of the pandemic’s knife….but on the latter point, that it helped stop the control of the pandemic? Here is where Anthony reveals his true station—a bureaucratic medical hustler. If he knew the science, he would have known in the first place that the vaccines would not be able to keep up with a mutating RNA coronavirus; that they would not be sterilizing, and that they would lack breadth and durability. TrialSite called that out long ago. How come we know this and not the apex research institute of the world? 

‘Deficient’ Vaccines

In the recent article, Fauci and colleagues go on to declare that the COVID-19 vaccines are “deficient,” now conveniently remembering the science behind these viruses. Much like influenza and the common cold, coronaviruses mutate, which is why they have had such a tough time coming up with controlling vaccines in the first place. Again, what happened to that scientific knowledge in early 2020? 

In this way, his words in his recent paper are meant to explain away and rationalize the largely failed vaccination program. We say this not only because of the substantial limitations of the accelerated countermeasures but also for how the pandemic was managed. Companies like Pfizer, backed by the government serving as the promotional engine, the legitimizer, shut down any front-line initiatives in the clinic early on to use repurposed medicines for example to help save lives. The IMAC protocol serves as a great example

A pharmacist came up with a lifesaving protocol during the summer of 2020 inclusive of blood thinners and steroids among other elements. A small local Florida newspaper reported on the matter and then TrialSite published a piece that went viral, worldwide. Hundreds of thousands of people read the article, which led to the shutting down of the protocol at an incredibly deadly time with no vaccines available.

While the federal government’s various agencies are quick to calculate with the help of academia how many lives they saved with the vaccines (albeit in temporary surges) they don’t calculate how many lives they terminated with their policies stopping early on efforts to help treat people.

The pharmacist that came up with the protocol lost her job. We have been told by insiders that due to contracts with Pfizer that the health system’s employees couldn’t do anything to save lives that the pharmaceutical company would have deemed competitive with the vaccine which at the time was in clinical trials. Of course, this kind of conduct done in a pandemic, is highly unethical in this author’s opinion borders on the criminal.

A Front Man?

Ultimately, Fauci served as a frontman for the medical-research complex, helping to direct which products would have a better probability of clearing largely NIH-funded clinical trials.  

It’s important to note that Fauci, however, isn’t some supervillain. He was merely a bureaucrat, albeit a powerful one. But he didn’t have the power to oversee the entire pandemic response apparatus, its vast federal division of labor, with its questionable countermeasure vaccines and therapeutics. He was a spokesperson, a figurehead, although one wielding clout within the federal bureaucracy. 

Notably, the pandemic response reflected systemic attributes, the result of an unfolding way of life in America, and for that matter, the West. An apex research institute such as the NIH, or even WHO  become ever more tied into industry because that’s how drugs get developed. But industry depends on investors, higher stock prices, lots of sales, and growth. Pharmaceutical companies cannot move into novel products that don’t produce substantial returns or profits.

Fauci, a child of this system, knows no other way of life. Of course, generic companies could have been mobilized with the $5.5 trillion in taxpayer money that was redistributed during the pandemic—but that’s for another day. The problems encountered during the pandemic are systemic and require broad reforms including a redirection of substantial public investment in true health care—meaning proactive ways to help us get healthier, as the various indicators suggest we are getting sicker as a people in America and in many other developing and developed places. In some ways, wealth and convenience augmented by technology make us worse off from a health point of view. The pharmaceutical companies are not at fault for this, but rather merely seek to capitalize on the ensuing market demands.

Did Fauci assume that the COVID-19 vaccines would be durable knowing that the underlying virus would continuously mutate (because that’s what coronaviruses do)? Or did he somehow forget his basic science for COVID-19, pushing investigational products with limited shelf life, as part of a broader innovation agenda? 






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