Professor Shmuel Shapira, M.D., MPH, the former Director General of the Israel Institute for Biological Research (IIBR), is one of the top medical scientists in the world, and since his “vaccine” injury, he’s become one of the world’s top critics of the COVID-19 shots.
“I received 3 vaccinations, I was physically injured in a very significant way as many others were injured,” Shapira tweeted on May 13, 2022. “And in addition, my trust in the nature of the decisions and in the processes of making them has been severely eroded.”
Qualified up the kazoo, at the top level in one of the most technologically advanced countries in the world, Shapira has obviously had enough and is speaking out. Before Twitter banned him, he made three main points.
1. Monkeypox outbreak after mass mRNA covid vaccination — not a coincidence:
“Monkey pox cases were rare for years. During the last years a single case was documented in Israel,” he tweeted.
“It is well established the mRNA vaccines affect the natural immune system. A monkey pox outbreak following massive covid vaccination: Is not a coincidence.”
2. The risk of COVID infection increases with every new dose of the mRNA vaccine:
“According to official data from Australia the more you are injected the more likely you are to get sick as the fourth injection jumps the chance dramatically.”
(I trawled through the NSW health data website, but couldn’t find the graph above. Presumably someone constructed it from their spreadsheets of data. NSW only started rolling out 4th doses in early June, to the elderly and infirm first, which accounts for some of the jump when the 4th dose starts). Although the graph implies these are rates “per million people,” it must be “per million people with a given vaccination status” — because otherwise the first green bar would be minuscule, as only a few people would have the 4th dose when 4th doses started.)
The risk of 4-dose people catching covid in NSW is apparently 17 times higher than for the unvaccinated. This includes the effect of age and pre-existing health — deployment of the fourth dose only started in early June, and presumably the elderly and infirm are the only ones with four doses at this stage.
Even people with just one, two, or three doses are five times more likely to catch covid than the unvaccinated. Could it be that nearly all the unvaccinated are young and healthy, or don’t report it if they catch covid? That seems unlikely, given that NSW boasts that 96% of all adults are vaccinated.
“I am not anti-vaccine, I am anti-stupidity, anti-fake science, and anti-incompetent management.”
3. mRNA vaccines may be altering our DNA after all:
Professor Shapira also pointed to an alarming article in Genes, a peer-reviewed open access scientific journal. The article—mRNA Vaccines: Why Is the Biology of Retroposition Ignored?—was written by Domazot Lozo, a Croatian geneticist, whose fields of expertise are in evolutionary genetics, evolutionary developmental biology, macroevolution, and tumor evolution. …
“Here, I discuss the pervasive claim that mRNA-based vaccines cannot alter genomes,” Lozo wrote. “Surprisingly, this notion is widely stated in the mRNA vaccine literature but never supported by referencing any primary scientific papers that would specifically address this question. … At present, the insertional mutagenesis safety of mRNA-based vaccines should be considered unresolved.”
Dr. Eashwarran Kohilathas explained the significance of Lozo’s conclusions in layman’s terms: …
“Retroposition, in genetics, is a term that describes the integration of a sequence from RNA into a DNA genome, … In fact, retroposition produces a large number of functional genes in the genome and accounts for about 10,000 duplications in the human genome. …
“If more evidence amounts to the fact that DNA integration is possible via these vaccines, then we’re in big trouble. It essentially means that a large subset of the population could produce spike proteins naturally and others may pass this trait on to their children forever.”
The CDC continues to claim that the mRNA vaccines do not alter DNA, without offering any scientific research to back it up.
Shapira spits the dummy:
“Myocarditis, fatal arrhythmias, 20% increase in strokes, facialis, Herpes Zoster, tinnitus (ear ringing), gynecological excessive bleeding, monkey-pox, obscured long term side effects,” Shapira tweeted on August 2. “No worries. Be happy.”
mRNA vaccines had not been deployed before covid, because they were found to be too dangerous and ineffective.
Perhaps the real point of covid was to inject most everyone with mRNA vaccines, or get people accustomed to using mRNA vaccines.
Perhaps some government scientists from the West tricked and funded the Chinese to create covid in their bioweapons lab, because “gain-of-function research” was banned in the West. The Chinese might not have known the full agenda. (Interestingly however, the Chinese are the only people still pursuing zero-covid — do they know something we don’t?)
When covid first broke out around the world, over a hundred vaccine programs started up, many of them making vaccines the old fashioned way. By amazing coincidence, only the US and UK companies, mostly using mRNA vaccines, were approved and widely deployed in the west. All the rest were sidelined by some odd fault or other, or were subject to endless bureaucratic delays. Odd. Existing antiviral drugs that work against covid, principally ivermectin and HCQ, were pooh-poohed or banned in the west. Even odder. (Was that just the wall of lobbying dollars speaking, or was there more to it?)
So it just had to be untested mRNA vaccines. Over half the world has been injected now.
But as we found out more about the mRNA vaccines, it just kept getting worse and worse. They don’t kill covid if you have it, they don’t do much to protect you from catching covid, they aren’t really “vaccines” in the previously accepted meaning of the word, they quickly wane, they erode your immune system leaving you more vulnerable to other problems (like HIV does), the side effects are alarmingly common and sometimes fatal, they make you more likely to catch covid after they wane, they increase your all-cause mortality significantly, and it’s far from clear that they do much to lessen the severity when you catch the newer variants of covid.
What a disappointment. They don’t really work. So odd.
Now it appears that mRNA vaccines might alter our DNA. Hmmm. Is there anything else we should know?
End of speculation.
hat-tip Peter G.