Covid Vaccines could be causing ADE and/or AIDS: Canadian data

Covid Vaccines could be causing ADE and/or AIDS: Canadian data. By The Expose. Based on data from this report produced by the Canadian Government.



Bear in mind that the unvaccinated tend to be younger and healthier anyway, and that older and frailer people tend to get all the shots. Nonetheless, it plainly looks bad for vaccines. What is going wrong?

The mRNA vaccines have not been tested for causing ADE, because their Phase 3 trials have not yet finished:

Intensive research conducted by health experts throughout the years has brought to light increasing concerns about “Antibody-Dependent Enhancement” (ADE), a phenomenon where vaccines make the disease far worse by priming the immune system for a potentially deadly overreaction.

ADE can arise in several different ways but the best-known is dubbed the ‘Trojan Horse Pathway’. This occurs when non-neutralizing antibodies generated by past infection or vaccination fail to shut down the pathogen upon re-exposure.

Instead, they act as a gateway by allowing the virus to gain entry and replicate in cells that are usually off limits (typically immune cells, like macrophages). That, in turn, can lead to wider dissemination of illness, and over-reactive immune responses that cause more severe illness.

Even Dr Anthony Fauci … admitted when discussing the Covid-19 vaccine, that this would not be the first time a vaccine that initially looked good, actually made people worse.

In previous clinical trials of vaccine candidates to combat SARS and MERS, the studies each failed during the animal phase due to ADE also known as pathogenic priming or a cytokine storm.

Phase three clinical trials are designed to uncover frequent or severe side effects before a vaccine is approved for use, including ADE. But herein lies the problem, none of the Covid-19 vaccines have completed phase three clinical trials. The Pfizer phase three trial is not due to complete until February 8th 2024


It’s a common misconception that Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS) is only caused by the HIV virus. This simply isn’t true.

Acquired (or secondary) immunodeficiency is one of the major causes of infections in adults. These immunodeficiency disorders affect your immune system partially or as a whole, making your body an easy target for several diseases and infections. …

Several factors in the environment can cause secondary immunodeficiency disorders: …

  • Radiation or chemotherapy, which can lead to a secondary immunodeficiency disorder known as neutropenia
  • Infections due to human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) can result in acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS)
  • Leukaemia, a cancer that begins in the cells of the bone marrow that can lead to hypogammaglobulinemia — a type of secondary immunodeficiency
  • Malnutrition, which affects up to 50% of populations in underdeveloped countries and leaves people vulnerable to respiratory infections and diarrhoea

But some of the less common causes include Drugs or medications. …

Authorities claim that vaccine effectiveness wanes substantially over time and this is why it’s important to get a booster dose. But this is a lie. Vaccine effectiveness doesn’t wane. Immune system performance does.

Vaccine effectiveness isn’t really a measure of a vaccine, it is a measure of a vaccine recipient’s immune system performance compared to the immune system performance of an unvaccinated person.

The Canadian data suggests:



This data shows that the triple vaccinated have lost 75% of their ability to fight infection, 45% of their ability to prevent hospitalisation, and 50% of their ability to prevent their death compared to the immune system capability of the unvaccinated population.

Both the infection and death data seem to suggest that the more doses you have, the more damage you do to your immune system.

What’s up for debate is the reason why. Antibody-Dependent Enhancement would certainly explain the increased risk of hospitalisation and death, and Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome would certainly explain the reason for the increased risk in cases, hospitalisation and death.

But there’s nothing to say we’re not witnessing both conditions unfold at the same time.

The bureaucrat-funded research establishment is going slow on doing — or at least publicizing — the research on this. Can’t imagine why.

hat-tip Stephen Neil