Remember when the British Government told us (see point iii) in their week 42 COVID surveillance report that the mRNA gene injection vaccine was damaging your natural immunity? They were right!

by Paul Alexander

See point iii below & all the data that emerged since then, since the US, Canada, UK etc. has rolled out the COVID mRNA gene shot, has shown this; vaccinated people CAN'T mount natural immunity

The N antibody (nucleocapsid) response indicates that you were exposed naturally to the virus and mounted an immune response to the full virus e.g. acquired adaptive immunity, not just vaccinal immunity directed only to the spike protein which is what the vaccine sought to induce. Spike antibodies meant you were exposed to the vaccine, however spike plus N antibodies etc. meant exposed to the full viral ball.

When the UK government told us that N antibody levels were lower in individuals who acquired infection following 2 doses of vaccination, this was a stunning moment. It told us what we feared which was that the COVID gene injection was subverting your immune system. Negatively, leaving the vaccinated vulnerable then to particularly COVID sub-variants that would emerge due to the sub-optimal non-sterilizing, non-neutralizing injection.

This has occurred and has played out around you and will continue to given this COVID gene injection is a disastrous failure. It not only damages your immune system, but causes the vaccinated to become infected and re-infected, and causes serious harms, driving the emergence of more infections (and potentially more virulent) sub-variants.


See page 23 in UK report.

‘Seropositivity estimates for S antibody in blood donors are likely to be higher than would be expected in the general population and this probably reflects the fact that donors are more likely to be vaccinated. Seropositivity estimates for N antibody will underestimate the proportion of the population previously infected due to (i) blood donors are potentially less likely to be exposed to natural infection than age matched individuals in the general population (ii) waning of the N antibody response over time and (iii) recent observations from UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) surveillance data that N antibody levels appear to be lower in individuals who acquire infection following 2 doses of vaccination.’