12/17/2021 / By Ethan Huff
A new study out of Israel has confirmed that natural immunity provides far greater protection against the Tony Fauci Virus (Covid-19) than vaccine-induced “immunity.”
At the cellular level, infection-induced antibodies “exhibited superior stability and cross-variant neutralization breadth” compared to vaccine-induced antibodies, one of them found.
What this means is that someone who never got vaccinated but tests “positive” for the so-called “Delta” variant will develop superior immunity to someone who rolled up his sleeve for an injection.
Yair Goldberg and colleagues tracked individuals in Israel who either tested positive for Fauci Germs or received two doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech jab before July 1, 2021. They then compared the number of infections in previously infected people to people who were “vaccinated” sometime in August or September of 2021.
The researchers also looked at the number of infections among those with so-called “hybrid immunity,” meaning they were previously infected with the Wuhan Flu and also got injected.
“For each of the three groups, they counted the number of infections and the number of days ‘at risk’ (i.e., the total number of people multiplied by the number of days on which they were ‘at risk’ of becoming infected),” reported the Daily Sceptic.
“Adjustments were made for age, sex, ethnicity, calendar week and a measure of risk exposure … The reason the researchers used ‘risk days,’ rather than just ‘people,’ is that the composition of each group changed over time. For example, some previously infected people chose to get vaccinated.”
All things considered, the infection rate among vaccinated people 6-8 months after the corresponding event was found to be six times higher – 89 cases per 100,000 previously infected people – than the rate among unvaccinated people, which was just 14 per 100,000 previously infected people.
What this latest study shows is that natural immunity is the optimal path. Vaccine-induced immunity is sub-par and quite frankly non-existent when really looking at the data.
Since this latest study confirms the findings of an earlier one, both of them high quality and conducted using the “gold standard” for such research, there are now two separate and confirming proofs that natural immunity is the way to go.
In the earlier study, 353,000 covid patients who became infected between Feb. 28, 2020, and Apr. 28, 2021, were evaluated. Within this group, 87,500 cases were excluded because they had all previously gotten injected.
It was determined in this research that the risk of reinfection in the naturally immune is extremely low. Conversely, the fully vaccinated were found to be much more prone to reinfection because vaccine-induced immunity wanes quickly and is not that strong to begin with.
“What surprises me most is that people are surprised,” wrote one Daily Sceptic commenter. “Apparently, so much so that they describe it as ‘a bit of a bombshell.'”
“Why would you ever assume that immunity obtained through the natural process of infection, would be inferior to a vaccine-induced immunity, which is trying to provoke an immune response based solely on the body’s cells creating a single part of the virus – the spike protein. It’s the shock that’s shocking.”
Another person responded that the “vaxx-droolers,” as she calls them, somehow believe that the injections provide the body with a different and better form of immunity than natural infection, which is ludicrous.
“Very few (supposedly intelligent) people seem to grasp the fact that whatever immunity / antibodies arise, they are created by the individual’s own body, so whether induced by infection or vaxx, a person’s body will produce the same antibodies,” this person wrote.
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