PDF file is available for download: mRNA vaccines against COVID-19 and their effects on the central nervous system Michael Palmer, MD and Sucharit Bhakdi, MD This document was written to answer three questions posed to us by a lawyer who is challenging COVID-19 vaccine approvals and mandates in his home country. The answers may be of interest to the readers of this website as well. …
Our conclusions were disputed by Dr. Iria Carballo-Carbajal in a post on the website “Health Feedback.” Throughout her entire commentary, she has avoided to substantially address the evidence presented by Dr. Burkhardt and his colleagues, as well as our interpretations of it. Her article is quite simply a hit job without any scientific merit.
The hypothesis (published in the medical journal THE LANCET Infectious Diseases on June 23, 2022) that the COVID “vaccinations” prevented 14 million “COVID deaths” and thus significantly mitigated the severity of the “pandemic” is based on unrealistic figures and demonstrably false calculations.
This article summarizes evidence from experimental studies and from autopsies of patients deceased after vaccination. mRNA vaccines travel throughout the body and accumulate in various organs and induce long-lasting expression of the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein in many organs. The vaccine-induced expression of the spike protein induces autoimmune-like inflammation, which can cause grave organ damage, especially in vessels, sometimes with deadly outcome.
Kyle Beattie has shared this extensive curated list of literature references on COVID-19 “vaccine” adverse effects from 2021 and early 2022.
This paper discusses the recent study by Bansal et al.  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.