Antibody Dependent Enhancement ADE vaccine connection

Antibody Dependent Enhancement ADE vaccine connection. from Doctors for Covid Ethics Symposium in Germany. doctor Bhakdi

All gene based vaccines have the same autoimmune effects on people. One German doctor has looked at 17 autopsies in the last 20 days – people who died suddenly from 7 days to 6 months after the shot. Post mortems were postponed only because the relatives insisted on it. This doctor discovered something – in 90% of the people’s organs he found clear evidence of autoimmune self attack by killer lymphocytes on the tissues – most notably the heart, lung, liver.

Above data represents JUST 1 TO 10 PERCENT of real figures that’s according to the government agencies from which they were sourced.

Most vulnerable are children and the elderly. Many of the deaths aged 28 to 90 were never even considered to be tied to the vaccine; but pathological findings reveal the same autoimmune issues present (killer lymphocytes invading the heart, lungs, and other organs). The only reason this happens is if the organ is producing the target of the killer lymphocytes and that target can only be a viral protein.

The spike protein causes the blood vessels to become leaky because they are being scratched and damage providing a path for the mRNA to leak into organs. The organs then produce the viral proteins eliciting a response by the immune system with a direct attack on the organs themselves.

In the lymph nodes central lymphocyte cells begin producing spike proteins and those cells end up being killed by the immune system. Lymphocytes and lymph cells that control immune response over the body begin dying.

Dormant viruses and bacteria are already in the body such as epstein-barre syndrome, infectious mononucleosis, cancer, tuberculosis, herpes/shingles, toxoplasmosis. They are normally kept in check by healthy lymphocytes. When these lymphocytes are down for whatever reason those viruses explode onto the scene. Tuberculosis takes time to explode and is very difficult to treat because it is highly resistant to antibiotics.


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