Claims that “breakthrough infections” could be good for you are desperate hilarious
Covid19’s “vaccines” don’t work. They admitted it, and now they are seriously trying to convince us that this is actually a good thing.
What “working” really means when your pandemic is nothing more than wave after wave of meaningless positive tests and word-shaking changes to the meaning of “cause of death” is another discussion for another time.
Whether they should ever work, what they are for, and why the establishment needs to push them so hard is an interesting question for a future article.
For the moment we want to limit ourselves to Big Pharma’s stated intention: The “vaccines” are supposed to prevent the spread of “Covid19”. But they don’t do that.
The “vaccines” are not even real vaccines by the traditional definition. People who have been “vaccinated” still get infected and can spread the infection to other people.
Such infections are known as “breakthrough cases” and their existence has taken a well-known course in the media.
At first they didn’t exist, then they did exist, but they were rare, then they weren’t that rare, but they were mild … and now they are not only mild, but even a good thing … because of the “superimmunity”.
Apparently, a team of researchers who examined the blood of people who had a breakthrough infection found that [unsere Hervorhebung]:
Breakthrough infections from Covid after a double vaccination developed up to 1,000 percent more effective and abundant antibodies, which led to a kind of “superimmunity”,
One. Thousand. Percent. That’s a lot of percent. About ten times the usual number of percent. Powerfully impressive, scientific-sounding numbers.
So it turns out that if you get the full vaccination (2 shots) but you get sick anyway, it’s not a sign that you’ve been hailed on experimental gene therapy that doesn’t deliver what it was promised.
There is no sign that the whole story is just a construct based on renaming the usual cold and flu symptoms through a faulty test.
And it definitely doesn’t mean the vaccines don’t work … it means they work super-duper-mega and you’re basically invulnerable.
… unless there is a new variant on the market, in which case you should be refreshed. Or two. Because even if 1000% immunity sounds like a lot … wouldn’t 2000% immunity be even better?
In less than twelve months we’ve made a U-turn from “the vaccine is working” to “the vaccine is not working … and that’s a good thing”.
At this point you can only laugh.