Marek’s disease 2.0: Has the COVID gene injection vaccine driven us to Marek 2.0 as seen in chickens where it allows the onward transmission of strains otherwise too lethal to persist? Is the COVID

by Paul Alexander

gene vaccines driving evolution of more virulent strains? I think near 100% so; is the COVID shot allowing transmission & thus allowing very virulent strains to circulate in populations? I say yes!

‘show experimentally that immunization of chickens against Marek's disease virus enhances the fitness of more virulent strains, making it possible for hyper-pathogenic strains to transmit. Immunity elicited by direct vaccination or by maternal vaccination prolongs host survival but does not prevent infection, viral replication or transmission, thus extending the infectious periods of strains otherwise too lethal to persist…data show that anti-disease vaccines that do not prevent transmission can create conditions that promote the emergence of pathogen strains that cause more severe disease in unvaccinated hosts.’

I believe that we are witnessing some version of Marek disease in chickens (as applied to us humans via the COVID gene injections) and what happened when chickens were vaccinated with an imperfect ‘leaky’ vaccine.


‘There is a theoretical expectation that some types of vaccines could prompt the evolution of more virulent (“hotter”) pathogens. This idea follows from the notion that natural selection removes pathogen strains that are so “hot” that they kill their hosts and, therefore, themselves. Vaccines that let the hosts survive but do not prevent the spread of the pathogen relax this selection, allowing the evolution of hotter pathogens to occur. This type of vaccine is often called a leaky vaccine. When vaccines prevent transmission, as is the case for nearly all vaccines used in humans, this type of evolution towards increased virulence is blocked. But when vaccines leak, allowing at least some pathogen transmission, they could create the ecological conditions that would allow hot strains to emerge and persist. This theory proved highly controversial when it was first proposed over a decade ago, but here we report experiments with Marek’s disease virus in poultry that show that modern commercial leaky vaccines can have precisely this effect: they allow the onward transmission of strains otherwise too lethal to persist. Thus, the use of leaky vaccines can facilitate the evolution of pathogen strains that put unvaccinated hosts at greater risk of severe disease.’

I think this Marek chicken model cannot be dismissed and we must study it for similarities in terms of what has transpired with these failed ineffective and harmful devastating COVID mRNA gene injections. It appears to be behaving the very same way. This Read et al. paper is very interesting indeed and I have written about this prior and wanted to again.