Delta Force

2021 July 31

Synopsis

The current expansion in prevalence of infectious Sars-CoV-2 variants is highly problematic because it erodes natural Ab-based, variant-nonspecific immunity in the non-vaccinated part of the population. The high infectivity rate that results from this expansion not only further enhances the expansion of these variants but may also drive natural selection of viral variants that are featured by an even higher level of infectiousness. Erosion, therefore, of natural Ab-based, variant-nonspecific immunity promotes breeding and transmission of more infectious viral variants in the non-vaccinated part of the population. On the other hand, mass vaccination promotes natural selection of increasingly vaccine immunity (VI)-escaping variants in the vaccinated part of the population. Taken together, mass vaccination conducted on a background of high infectivity rates enables more infectious, increasingly VI-escaping variants to expand in prevalence. This evolution inevitably results in inclining morbidity rates in both, the non-vaccinated and vaccinated population and precipitates the emergence of circulating viral variants that will eventually fully resist vaccine-mediated immunity (VMI). This is why mass vaccination campaigns should not be conducted during a pandemic of a highly mutable virus, let alone during a pandemic of more infectious variants (unless transmission-blocking vaccines are used!). It is critical to understand that a rapid decline in viral infectivity rates that is not achieved by natural infection but merely results from expedited mass vaccination campaigns will only delay abrupt propagation of emerging, fully vaccine-resistant viral variants and hence, only delay the occurrence of a high wave of morbidity and mortality. In contrast, mass vaccination campaigns that are progressing more slowly, especially when conducted on a background of relatively low infectious pressure, will result in a steadily growing propagation of increasingly VI-escaping variants and hence, cause a wave of morbidity and mortality that continues to grow bigger and larger as more and more people become vaccinated. It’s only when fully vaccine-resistant viral variants will become dominant that this wave will start to peak.

To prevent more detrimental consequences of the ongoing evolution of Sars-CoV-2, we have no choice but to mitigate erosion of natural, Coronavirus (CoV)-nonspecific immunity in non-vaccinated individuals and exertion of strong immune selection pressure on immunodominant vaccinal epitopes in vaccinated individuals. This is to say that we must stop mass vaccination and lower viral infectivity rates immediately. Continued mass vaccination will only lead to a further increase in morbidity and hospitalization rates, which will subsequently culminate in a HUGE CASE FATALITY wave when expansion of more infectious, vaccine-resistant variants will explode.

A rapid and substantial decrease in viral infectivity rates could be achieved by a short-term course of large-scale antiviral chemoprophylaxis (suitable candidates have already been identified) and adequate infection prevention measures while early treatment of symptomatically infected subjects and implementation of a healthy eating (including certain dietary supplements) and lifestyle (including exercise!) plan would further contribute to building herd immunity. Although this strategy is unlikely to eradicate the virus, it should allow forcing the pandemic into transitioning to a kind of ‘artificial’endemicity. Of course, as asymptomatic reservoirs (asymptomatically infected vaccinated or non-vaccinated humans or even animals) would remain, mass gatherings would still need to be avoided in the future and large-scale chemoprophylaxis campaigns using antiviral drugs would likely need to be repeated at specific time intervals and for as long as no sterilizing immune intervention is available. The action plan proposed above should immediately be implemented: Once the virus will become entirely resistant to the current vaccines, the above-mentioned measures will no longer be able to prevent a dramatic rise in casualties, unless campaigns of antiviral chemoprophylaxis are conducted worldwide and on a permanent basis.

RTWT [Emphasis mine]


So as a large percentage of the population has surmised the current regimen of The Jab is/was sad to say a high priced placebo with deleterious effects to the population as a whole.

I don’t want to put words in the doctors mouth, but I assume by ‘chemoprophylaxis’ he is referring to HCQ or Ivemectin, issued as a first flush treatment at onset of symptoms. The author is also correct that we will see further variations beyond the current version on the horizon. That has been a historical pattern. Whether future variants are more deadly is yet unknown, but typically not due to the fact that the body having developed an immunity to the parent virus generally is immune to future child variants.

The government sadly is apparently immune to any change of direction and will boldly go where no medical program has gone before. The interesting end of this tale, if the virus does developed a more morbid form, is what does the government do then? Order more body bags? For sadly those vaxxed will not have a way to ‘reset’ and those of us unvaxxed will be at the mercy of an experiment gone cackcka.

God help us.

PS: I should point out the author is a veterinarian. I can hear the scoffing. Permit me to point something out. When the swine flu hit the pig population, it was DVMs that observed the pattern discussed above. Swine flu is a companion virus to what we face now, similar base pairs in the genome. Their solution then? Wipe out infected herds, not individual animals.

Sound familiar?

31 Responses leave one →
  1. 2021 July 31 1:26 am
    [1]
    JimNorCal permalink

  2. 2021 July 31 1:34 am
    [2]
    JimNorCal permalink

    Every day I pray.
    “Dear Lord, please infect me with Covid but a mild case. I want the natural antibodies”

  3. 2021 July 31 4:38 am
    [3]
    drdog09 permalink

    2,

    As is my wish. Meantime as the preppers dictum requires — Avoid crowds.

    As it is, the SO and I will trek on a most dangerous mission. We shall dine at a restaurant for lunch.

  4. 2021 July 31 4:54 am
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    drdog09 permalink

    If you want to go full bore, anti-vaxx — https://news.gab.com/2021/07/29/important-download-covid-vaccine-religious-exemption-documents-here/ — one might find these documents of use.

    caveat: I am not a lawyer though I did sleep in a Holiday Inn last night. Confer with your designated legal eagle before proceeding.

  5. 2021 July 31 5:16 am
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    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

    I personally think hcq was harming patients not helping them, and I commend the FDA for rescinding its use. Ivermectin we just don’t know because we never had randomized clinical trials for it, but even if there were trials, there is no guarantee there. I don’t see ivermectin obviously hurting and even killing people like hcq, but if it did that would be shown in trials.

    FDA did however approve regeneron this week for outpatient use (in ERs). FDA rescinded the use of bamlanivimab (aka BAM as it is more commonly known in April)

    Hopefully more people will get vaccinated.

  6. 2021 July 31 6:29 am
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    justrand permalink

    PRP, BigPharma insisted HCQ was “killing” people, as a way to stop its use…leaving their “miracle vaccines” as the only option.

    I did take the vaccine…but would never do so again, and will (and do) refuse to tell anyone except a medical professional that I have been vaccinated. I have urged (begged) my youngest son to NOT let them vaccinate his small children (my adorable grandchildren).

    The fact that those pushing the hardest for vaccination are the leading proponents of mass DE-population of the Earth is extremely troubling.

  7. 2021 July 31 6:30 am
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    JimNorCal permalink

    First they decided they didn’t want Ivermectin. Then they came up with a reason.
    Yeah, yeah, we need multi year randomized trials!
    Please
    Watch the Joe Rogan interview.

    Meanwhile, TWIP
    https://www.powerlineblog.com/archives/2021/07/the-week-in-pictures-lockdown-sequel-edition.php

  8. 2021 July 31 6:35 am
    [8]
    JimNorCal permalink

    Notice anything about which image is retained, and which gets banned?
    Does any pattern present itself?

  9. 2021 July 31 6:40 am
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    bc3b permalink

    JimNorCal #8u –

    Butter is butter. Anyone who spends 70 cents more on Land O Lakes than the store brand is a fool.

  10. 2021 July 31 8:26 am
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    drdog09 permalink

    BC, 9,

    I used to think that to. Well my opinion changed when I started canning butter. (Not a NCHFP approved process by the way so proceed at your own risk.) There is something about the crystallization of the butter fat that has or has not been done with a Land O’ Lakes butter than the house brands. Or something has been added/substracted, just don’t know.

    Lets just say, I don’t have separation issues with the high priced stuff for some reason. But I agree if I was just using butter on toast or in the pan, I see no difference.

  11. 2021 July 31 8:59 am
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    drdog09 permalink

    Interesting review of who died from Covid — https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cccSHUckGSQ

  12. 2021 July 31 10:14 am
    [12]
    drdog09 permalink

    Air Force nearly lost its refueling capability over anthrax — https://basedunderground.com/2021/07/31/pilots-may-hold-key-to-mobilizing-against-military-covid-vaccine-mandate/ — Might suggest the same if The Jab is mandated.

  13. 2021 July 31 10:44 am
    [13]
    JimNorCal permalink

    Does Deep State really want to trigger it over vaxxing?
    This guy speaks for many. Just a minute or less

    https://twitter.com/Saint_BTC/status/1420942302399262727

  14. 2021 July 31 11:29 am
    [14]
    JimNorCal permalink

    The Joe Rogan podcast regarding censorship of valid medical info on Covid/Ivermectin.
    It’s on Spotify, banned on YouTube.
    https://open.spotify.com/episode/7uVXKgE6eLJKMXkETwcw0D
    Episode 1671

  15. 2021 July 31 12:12 pm
    [15]
    bc3b permalink

    drdog09 #10

    I earned my way through college working summers at a Borden’s milk processing plant. When we finished the Borden’s run, we’d start running Kroger milk. The only difference was the carton.

  16. 2021 July 31 12:33 pm
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    drdog09 permalink

    BC, 15,

    I believe ya. Just stating what I have observed.

  17. 2021 July 31 12:52 pm
    [17]
    drdog09 permalink

    Venice Beach cleaned up — https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XK-iMdLwfII — 20mins. Go to the 4min mark.

  18. 2021 July 31 1:29 pm
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    OP: So basically what I said the other day that mass vaxing with an ineffective and very tailored vax, just makes your vax population all become super spreaders of the next version. WBF

    6 – It sure as hell isn’t about our health, so there must be another reason beyond just $$$, there are easier and more effective ways to funnel taxpayer money to friends in bigRx. Which leans me to not dismiss your last part of the comment.

    Hopefully more people wise up an stop rolling over and getting a vaccinated, which only has downsides attached.

  19. 2021 July 31 2:43 pm
    [19]
    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

    Eth is booming again today.

    It’s almost like ethereum is dragging the market up rather than the usual bitcoin going up and the rest following.
    https://www.coindesk.com/price/ethereum

  20. 2021 July 31 3:03 pm
    [20]
    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

    Florida breaks new covid record and day not even over.

    https://twitter.com/ancirabecky/status/1421591790923227137?s=21

    How long until Desantis is forced to mandate masks, etc?

    …popcorn

  21. 2021 July 31 3:07 pm
    [21]
    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

    “ Florida officials defy DeSantis as infections spike”

    https://www.politico.com/states/florida/story/2021/07/29/covid-mandates-trigger-a-new-clash-between-florida-officials-and-desantis-1389178

    Again, the politicians and “angry political guy” actually have no control over this thing. It keeps coming down to logistics in the local area, and usually the more you fight against measures, the worse things get and the more measures are actually required.

  22. 2021 July 31 3:37 pm
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    JimNorCal permalink

    Watch the FL daily deaths. Last chart here.
    https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/usa/florida/

    Recovering cases? Meaningless.
    IF they cared Biden* wouldn’t be shipping sick illegals from coast to coast.

  23. 2021 July 31 3:38 pm
    [23]
    JimNorCal permalink

    And watch the Rogan interview. Swamp is lying about Covid just as much as it does about crypto.

  24. 2021 July 31 3:48 pm
    [24]
    JimNorCal permalink

    Here’s the DeSantis alternative.
    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8110423/Florida-Democrat-Andrew-Gillum-hotel-room-male-escort-overdosed.html

    The photos of Gillum passed out on the floor appear to be scrubbed from the internet.

  25. 2021 July 31 4:33 pm
    [26]
    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

  26. 2021 July 31 4:35 pm
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    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

    Btw ethereum is transitioning to proof of stake so maybe wouldnt affect it as much.

  27. 2021 July 31 6:40 pm
    [28]
    JimNorCal permalink

    26, eye roll. They should just ban crypto in Europe instead of fake regulation.

    “Could you imagine if the ECB was made the ultimate regulator of Bitcoin within the EU? This would be one of the most massive conflicts of interest in the history of the world. One of the world’s most incompetent central banks, run by a literal criminal whose past experiences include pillaging Latin American countries via the IMF and handing out free money to a friend of the president of France as Finance Minister, would be in charge of regulating a peer-to-peer digital cash system that was launched to make the ECB obsolete.”

  28. 2021 July 31 8:01 pm
    [29]
    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

    The story of the rise and fall of WeWork and ryan neumann

    https://youtu.be/ou1oSqwc434

  29. 2021 July 31 10:28 pm
    [30]
    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

    Not bullish enough for crypto?

    https://youtu.be/OttR0UDp41M

  30. 2021 August 1 4:36 am
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    drdog09 permalink

    PRP, 29,

    Poor Ryan, my a$$. 🙂 He’s still $1,998,250,000 than either one of us. 🙂

    WeWork was a viable idea,

    * If you think back to the heydays of the 60’s many an HP was developed in a garage. WeWork just turned that idea to office space. But…
    * He paid too much for office space in many cases.
    * He missed that the environment was changing. Many a Y-Combiner conference and the like were going online long before Covid hit. Most startups don’t include much in travel budgets.

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