A new study published in The Lancet medical journal has confirmed that, towards preventing reinfection and serious illness, natural immunity acquired from a previous COVID-19 infection is at least as high, if not higher, than that provided by two doses of an mRNA vaccine. Clearly discrediting the policy of enforcing draconian vaccine mandates, the research – which ironically received funding from Bill Gates – is based on a comprehensive analysis of 65 studies from 19 different countries. Noting that past infection provides very high protection against re-infection with pre-omicron variants of the virus and that this remains high even after 40 weeks, the study further shows that, for all COVID-19 variants, natural immunity also provides high protection against severe disease.
Coming after three years of the world being told that naturally acquired immunity to COVID-19 is supposedly inferior to that provided by vaccines, the study’s findings seem destined to further undermine public trust in government health officials. With millions of people worldwide having essentially been forced to submit to injection with experimental COVID-19 vaccines, and many having been injured by them, closer scrutiny of the murky relationships between politicians and pharmaceutical executives now seems inevitable.
Fearing such scrutiny, in Europe, officials have already acted swiftly to prevent a public cross-examination of European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen over her role in negotiating a multibillion-euro COVID-19 vaccine deal with Pfizer. In the run-up to the signing of the contract, which is said to be Europe’s largest ever for the purchase of vaccines, von der Leyen reportedly exchanged personal text messages with Albert Bourla, Pfizer’s Chief Executive. To date, however, neither the contents of these messages nor the contract itself have been made public. If the European Commission gets its way, the world will probably never see either of them.
But it isn’t just the promotion and mandating of COVID-19 vaccines that the pharma industry has benefitted from over the past three years, as the pandemic has also seen a concerted effort to undermine the credibility of natural therapies for improving immunity. The mainstream media has played a major role in the propagation of this disinformation campaign. In doing so, its promotion of the erroneous claim that there is “no evidence” vitamin D helps protect against COVID-19, and that “supplements for coronavirus probably won’t help, and may harm”, will undoubtedly have cost a great many lives.
The bottom line here is that the pharma industry has a vested interest in ensuring the use of vitamins doesn’t threaten the global drug and vaccine market. The mainstream media won’t admit this, of course, as the pharma business is a major source of its advertising revenue. Pharma companies also sponsor television news programs, with Pfizer infamously having involvement in multiple US networks including CBS, CNN, and ABC, among others. Given its financial dependency on drug and vaccine makers, the mainstream media is clearly not going to do or say anything that could risk undermining their profitability.
Ultimately, however, the mainstream media is losing its anti-vitamin disinformation campaign. Proof of this can be seen in the fact that vitamins C and D have been among the most widely used supplements during the pandemic. People are becoming increasingly aware, for example, that the critical nutrient for fighting COVID-19 is vitamin C and that a randomized, placebo-controlled clinical intervention study in patients at advanced stages of the disease has demonstrated that high-dose vitamin C can cut the death rate almost in half.
In a further game-changing development, scientists at the Dr. Rath Research Institute have shown that combining vitamin C with other natural compounds impedes key mechanisms of coronavirus infection. As their work has proven, combining vitamin C with a specific group of plant extracts is not only effective in inhibiting the original coronavirus responsible for COVID-19, but also its Alpha, Beta, Gamma, Delta, Kappa, and Mu variants.
With the United States Patent Office having recently awarded the Dr. Rath Research Institute a breakthrough patent on a natural approach for preventing and treating coronavirus infections, we stand on the verge of a new approach to healthcare in which future pandemics can be averted by enabling people to strengthen their immune systems naturally through the proper use of vitamins and other micronutrients. If our government health officials genuinely wish to avoid a still further loss of public trust, they would be well-advised to support the widespread implementation of such an approach immediately.