Elementary, my dear Watson: why mRNA vaccines are a very bad idea

Elementary, my dear Watson: why mRNA vaccines are a very bad idea

Pfizer’s and Moderna’s mRNA-based COVID-19 vaccines have caused injury and death on an unprecedented scale. This short article explains from first principles why adverse events must be expected not just after the first injection of such a vaccine but after each booster shot as well. The argument is not limited to SARS-CoV-2 or its spike protein but applies generally to any non-self antigen introduced in the form of mRNA. Accordingly, not only must the COVID mRNA vaccines be stopped, but mRNA vaccines should never be used again, regardless of the infectious agent in question.

Notes and recommendations for conducting post-mortem examination (autopsy) of persons deceased in connection with COVID vaccination

Notes and recommendations for conducting post-mortem examination (autopsy) of persons deceased in connection with COVID vaccination

Dr. Burkhardt and colleagues recently carried out a series of 17 autopsies on persons deceased within days to months of vaccination. They found characteristic lesions in multiple organs, which led them to conclude that the vaccines were likely the cause of death in most patients. Key observations were widespread vasculitis with microthrombi and intense lymphocytic infiltration of multiple organs. Here, Dr. Burkhardt gives guidance for conducting autopsies in similar circumstances.

Long-term persistence of the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein: evidence and implications

Long-term persistence of the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein: evidence and implications

This paper discusses the recent study by Bansal et al. [1] on the detection of spike protein in persons vaccinated with the Pfizer mRNA vaccine. The most significant finding is that spike protein is found on exosomes, that is, cell-derived vesicles, for at least four months after the second injection. This surprisingly long persistence raises the prospect of sustained inflammation within and damage to organs which express the spike protein.