The evidence is becoming incontrovertible
Dr Philip, in your opinion how would you rank the level of danger: Covid, mRNA jabs, viral vector jabs?
The IgG4 class switch worries me, because there was a study showing it happened to everybody whose first exposure to the spike was through an mRNA vaccine. There were billions of people vaccinated with the mRNA vaccines before they had been infected. Most of my family and friends fit that case. Supposedly there is a lot of COVID circulating, so I assume affected people may have high levels of IgG4 antibodies produced repeatedly and develop the IgG4 related diseases.
The wikipedia article on IgG4 related diseases mentioned autoimmunity. Obviously I don't understand these things, but it worries me.
EDIT: Another concern is the possibility that autoimmunity might stimulate the production of IgG4 antibodies constantly.
I wonder how many people who suffered from existing auto immune conditions experienced a flare up or deterioration after covid and/or the injections
There is no such thing as “autoimmunity.” There has never been any evidence that the immune mechanism attacks “self.” The symptoms and manifestations that are being attributed to “autoimmunity” are most simply explained by hyperactivity of the mammalian stress mechanism induced by the mRNA injections, which convey no benefits and are extremely dangerous. www.stressmechanism.comhttps://www.mkscienceset.com/articles_file/937-_article1692189623.pdf
When we talk about 2020 as the start of "the medical issues", the door is left open that COVID is the problem, not the jab. They might even point to GoF in Wuhan as the reason this is "such a deadly virus".
This can't happen - hold the monster's feet to the fire, for the human testing that took place!
The eminent Dr. Shankara Chetty had always considered Covid as an allergy condition, including the serious phase of the early variants. But many had considered the second phase as an auto immune phase. In both cases, it is the body’s response to the viral load present. What is the difference between the two consideration ? You cannot even call them the two sides of the same coin as the two sides are different and distinct. And what about inflammation, very often a Covid context ? Are they different faces of the same condition ? Even though the most successful early treatment protocol is based on anti allergens, the other two categories have also been deployed. Even though there are classic drug molecules against each indication, almost every one of them is all the three. With his strong background as a clinician, Dr. McMillan could explain us about the interplay among them. I would also request others to join in this conversation.