‘Vaccinating children against SARS-CoV-2 deprives them of their capacity to sterilize this virus, as well as a number of other viruses that do not usually cause harm to children,’ warned Dr. Geert Vanden Bossche.


(LifeSiteNews) – A top virologist and vaccine creator blasted COVID vaccination of children as “an unforgivable sin,” saying that it could result in a spike in childhood diseases and new threats to public health.

Dr. Geert Vanden Bossche, a former senior officer of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation who has worked with pharmaceutical companies such as GlaxoSmithKline and Novartis, said that the COVID jabs are suppressing natural antibodies that children need to fight a host of diseases.

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“Because of the sustained suppression by the vaccinal antibodies, kids may no longer be naturally protected against a number of childhood infections that do not usually result in disease,” he said in an interview with Doctors for Life, Philippines.

“These innate antibodies that, for example, recognize SARS-CoV-2, are also the type of innate antibodies that will recognize, for example, influenza, that will recognize a number of other coronaviruses,” the vaccinologist explained, noting that viruses like influenza and coronavirus typically do not cause illness in children.

“But now all of a sudden, this type of innate antibodies gets suppressed by the vaccinal antibodies. For sure, you’re going to see a number of childhood infections that are now turned into childhood diseases because of this suppression,” Vanden Bossche warned.

The vaccines could also lead to autoimmune conditions by suppressing the “protective function” of innate antibodies, he added.

“These innate antibodies also have a role to prevent autoimmunity – in a sense that they prevent self-components from being recognized by the immune system,” Vanden Bossche said. “But, of course, if you suppress these innate antibodies, this protective function is no longer there.”

“And therefore, I’m sure – and to some extent, it has already been documented – that this is highly likely to raise the incidence of wholly new diseases also in children and particularly in older children, I would say as of the age of eight, between eight and 14.”

In younger children, “you will have an increased incidence in a number of childhood diseases that are not normally childhood diseases” if mass vaccination continues, Vanden Bossche said.

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COVID-19 may cause non-lethal illness in some unvaccinated children, but fighting the virus will provide them with “sustained, protective innate, or acquired immunity,” offering significantly more protection than antibodies from vaccination.

“And that is not only very critical for their individual health, but these are also the cornerstones for herd immunity,” according to Vanden Bossche. “This type of immunity, the innate immunity and the acquired immunity as a result from natural disease, [is] so much better than functional antibodies.”

“These are the types of immunity that will eliminate the virus, that will reduce transmission and that will ultimately contribute to herd immunity, and we are simply destroying it by vaccinating our people.”

Children and teenagers face virtually no risk of death or serious illness from COVID-19. Between 0-0.02 percent of COVID cases in the United States under age 18 have resulted in death, according to the American Pediatric Association. COVID-19 is a treatable virus for almost all people who contract it and has an estimated survival rate of no lower than 99.7 percent for those under 60 years old.