Event 2021 – Part 4 (Virus drug targets & Scientific process)

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1.) Viruses cannot independently reproduce
2.) Different drugs target what the virus does
3.) Do the vaccines prevent you from infection or transmitting it?
4.) How do Scientists know if a Vaccine Works?
5.) How do scientists actually know if a drug or biological (vaccine) agent works?

Event 2021 Notes (Source)

Part 4

Viruses cannot independently reproduce

Unlike the other Infectious Agents, Viruses do NOT have a Nucleus or Ribosomes. They can’t independently reproduce, or make their own energy (mitochondria/chloroplasts).

Viruses are essentially ‘genetic material’ wrapped up in a ball, that require other cells to do their work for them. So treating them with drugs that we would normally use for bacteria, fungi, yeast, or parasites doesn’t work. You have to target ‘what they do’. What they are good at, is infecting cells and using the cells they infect to do all they can’t; to make more of themselves.

The focus needs to be what you can do to prevent attachment, the replication, what can you do when the inflammation and blood-clotting affects the ability for the patient to get enough oxygen, the T-cell & B-cell response.

Different drugs target what the virus does

Different drugs target what the virus does.

For example, Hydroxychloroquine inhibits the viral RNA replication, inhibits toll-like receptor 7 (TLR7) to reduce inflammatory response, inhibits glycoprotein IIb/Illa thereby interfering with thrombus formation, inhibits viral attachment at ACE-2 receptor site, reduces the production of pro-inflammatory cytokines, enhances entry of zinc through zinc ionophore, increases cytosol pH to reduce removal of viral envelope required for replication, increases cellular pH decreasing major histocompatibility complex (MHC) viral antigen presentation to B-cells thereby decreasing release of inflammatory cytokines, & enhances production of Type I Interferons.

We have all these drugs that have mechanisms of action that can target the virus, but the government says there’s no treatment available. If you think your doctor is not afraid of the government coming after them, you’re wrong. The premise is that ‘if the government comes after you, you must be the bad guy’. So we have government preventing doctors from using drugs, and we’re left with vaccines.

Do the vaccines prevent you from infection or transmitting it?

Do the vaccines prevent you from infection or transmitting it?

// Plays video from Fauci (which I couldn’t find a link to, but it’s in the presentation)

95% chance you will not get symptomatic infection… until we prove that the vaccine prevents transmission… people who are vaccinated should wear a mask around those who might be vulnerable to infection.

~ Fauci

Vaccines work because they prime your body to be ready when you are infected. Something comes in, it’s an antigen; a vaccine – a protein that is foreign to your body, comes in, gets broken down in the cells, gets presented to the MHC-I, where the T-cells will recognize it, and they get activated and they look for other cells that are infected that also have this antigen presented.

They release chemicals, cause damage, cause inflammation, and cause blood-clotting. To “kill” the invading organism. Except in this case there’s no actual invading organism. You injected it into yourself.

The pieces that go out, whether that’s the whole virus or the vaccine, and in this case, the spike protein, come back into other cells, those cells will pick them up with MHC-II (3-5 days), a little bit later on (7-10 days), Beta cells recognize MHC-II, and make antibodies. So anything outside in the bloodstream, the antibodies will go and attack, and take them out of commission so they can’t attach to you and cause harm. That’s what vaccines do.

They cause you to make T-cell & B-cell responses, that you will form memory cells to. We do not want T-cell and antibodies floating around your bloodstream forever.

How do Scientists know if a Vaccine Works?

Nothing you have seen in the emergency-use authorization documents for these experimental vaccines, show any of this data, which ought to be the data that the FDA would want to show that it’s working. It’s a vaccine that should produce T-cell and B-cell responses.

How do scientists actually know if a drug or biological (vaccine) agent works?

How do scientists actually know if a drug or biological (vaccine) agent works?

Before we begin testing people, we begin with pre-clinical testing.

1.) When possible computer modelling and work on isolated cell cultures and tissue.

2.) Animal testing has been an obligatory step before testing on humans. There are a wide-variety of ‘rules’ when animal testing.

There are 3 fundamental principles followed to protect the well-being of the research animals:

  1. Reduce the number of animals to a min.
  2. Reduce or minimize the harm & injury to the animal
  3. Replace animal experiments with nonanimal studies wherever possible.

Once you know enough from the animal studies to determine RISKS & BENEFITS, THEN human research trials are considered.

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