The Weakened Immune Systems of Jabbed Children By Brian Simpson
Here is one more problem with the Covid vaxxes, given to children, who are generally a low risk group, not needing a Covid vax at all, even assuming that the vax worked. The Pfizer mRNA vax has been shown in a recent study to weaken children’s’ immune response to non-Covid bacteria and viruses, and the fall in immune response occurred within weeks after the jab, and lasted for at least six months. This was the time of the duration of the study, so the decline could well be much longer.
The conclusion of the production of a long-term immune deficiency was not clearly stated in the paper, but is an implication that various researchers deduced from it, as the authors merely said that the immune response was altered, but the data showed otherwise. Perhaps the paper would not have been published if it was too blunt, with too much vaccine reality for modern medicine.
“Kids who got Pfizer’s mRNA Covid jabs had a weakened immune response to other viruses and bacteria, Australian researchers reported in a study published last week.
The diminished response appeared within weeks after the second Pfizer dose, the authors found. Blood taken from the children produced fewer crucial signaling molecules when stimulated with several common potential bacteria and viruses.
Over time, the immune response to bacteria returned to normal. But the diminished response to viruses lasted at least six months, for as long as the researchers collected data. “Our study showed that, in children, SARS-CoV-2 mRNA vaccination decreases inflammatory cytokine responses,” the authors wrote.
Cytokines like interferon play a crucial role in the immune system, helping it attack viruses and other foreign invaders. (The first line of one widely cited paper on interferons explains they are “elicited on challenge to the host defense and are essential for mobilizing immune responses to pathogens.”)
The study was small, including only 29 children aged 6-11 at the first post-vaccination checkpoint and eight children at the six-month sample period. Further, the study’s short size and tiny number of participants meant the researchers could not correlate real-world clinical outcomes - such as increased severity of infections - with the diminished immune responses.
The peer-reviewed journal Frontiers in Immunology published the paper. In keeping with other papers that have reported disturbing findings about the mRNAs, the study’s authors were careful to tiptoe around the potential impact of their data.
In their discussion, they wrote only that the findings show “the need for further research and consideration… given their broad public health implications.”
But several physicians who reviewed the study independently for Unreported Truths said they found it very troubling—
“My read on this paper is that it [mRNA vaccination] may in fact cause not just a short-term vulnerability to bacterial and viral infection in children, but it might cause a long-term immune deficiency,” one physician emailed, adding that he worried public health authorities will simply ignore the paper.
“Just see how the authors sidestep their own findings,” the physician wrote. “The authors won't even bluntly state that it appears that the mRNA shot caused a persistent immune deficiency in children. Their conclusion is it "alters" the cytokine response. This is the amount of courage in medicine.”