Spike proteins have become the subject of heated debate in recent weeks. “We made a big mistake and didn’t realise it until now,” confessed Canadian vaccine researcher Byram Bridle, for example, “we didn’t know that the spike protein itself is a toxin and is a pathogenic protein.” Bridle was antagonised for this, but received prominent support. “The SARS-CoV-2 spike protein is cytotoxic, that’s a fact,” Robert Malone, the inventor of the mRNA vaccine, jumped to his side.
Now another study, not yet peer-reviewed, is likely to fuel the discussion further. The title: “Covid-19 vaccination increases mortality in unvaccinated children in Europe.” Hervé Seligmann analysed unvaccinated children aged 0 to 14 years from 22 European countries between January and May this year. He refers to “Ourworldindata” for the numbers of vaccinations given in the total population and to “Euromomo” for the total weekly mortality. Seligmann states in the study that he works at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT). This was denied by the KIT: a guest visit had been planned, but will now no longer take place after the publication of the study (see update below).
One of its key findings: “Indirect effects of Covid-19 vaccine, putatively through vaccine shedding of spike proteins and/or other molecules, increase all-cause mortality in the unvaccinated – especially in the early phase when vaccination has adverse effects on the vaccinated.” Vaccine shedding refers to the transfer of spike proteins or accompanying substances from vaccinated to unvaccinated people through the excretion of fluids such as mucus (through coughing or even normal breathing) or even breast milk.
Seligmann’s data show an increase in mortality in the weeks after vaccination in Europe.
“Children in particular develop adverse reactions to vaccination,” Seligmann writes. Particularly worrying, he says, is that adverse effects seem to increase over time. But this does not rule out the possibility that vaccine shedding also affects unvaccinated adults of all ages.
A sad example is the death of a five-month-old baby in the US who died within two days of her mother receiving her vaccination with the Pfizer vaccine. The mother was vaccinated on 17 March, the day after the baby turned red, developed a fever, refused to eat and would not stop crying. At the hospital, doctors found a high level of enzymes in the liver – a sign of poisoning.
The baby died within two days. According to the U.S. Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS), there was no reason for his death other than the indirect effect of the vaccine, listed in the VAERS system under incident number 1166062-1.
“In the under-15s who are not vaccinated, adverse effects begin three to four weeks after vaccination and gradually increase until the end of the period studied, 20 weeks after vaccination,” Seligmann observed. At the level of the total population of children under 15 in the 22 countries studied, vaccinating one per cent of adults leads to an eight per cent increase in the average weekly death rate of unvaccinated children.
By comparing the health of unvaccinated children with none, one and both parents vaccinated, it is possible to test how much vaccine excretion is responsible for indirect vaccine effects that affect unvaccinated children, Seligmann said.
In the absence of adequate analyses – mortality rates are very low among children – vaccine-related increases in deaths go largely unnoticed, the scientist points out. A weekly increase in vaccination by two percent means 58 additional deaths among 60 million children under 15. Extrapolating this effect to 100 per cent vaccination coverage would mean five deaths among 100,000 children due to indirect side effects of vaccination.
“These effects are likely to go unnoticed in a large population spread across an entire continent,” Seligmann believes. Direct consequences of vaccination are likely to be more noticeable even without adequate explanations and data analysis.
It should also be borne in mind that the results of this study only refer to the short-term effects of vaccination. Long-term sequelae due to vaccine-induced increases in rates of autoimmune diseases, cancers, etc. are not the subject of this study, according to Seligmann. Nevertheless, he considers them likely – and for all age groups.
PS: This article is making waves. While some readers believe that the Seligmann paper is a fake, the defamation of the self-appointed fact-checkers is in full swing. However, they do not back up their insults with arguments. We, on the other hand, would like to support the article with arguments once again…
There is also a video and text excerpts on the website of France Soir.
Whether all this is a fake may be doubted – even if in times like these anything seems possible. Since Hervé Seligmann is obviously a proven expert (182 publications by him are listed here alone), one should at least trust him not to spread obvious fakes.
Certainly, this is a delicate and disturbing topic. But in a functioning democracy, it should be allowed to raise this issue. And also to publish critical positions like Seligmann’s. What many of the critics are demanding is in fact nothing more than a muzzle for critical voices.