Vaccine mandates are not only scientific nonsense, they are also discriminatory and unethical…’

Source: Ben Sellers

An Israeli case study conducted by researchers at top Ivy League universities appeared to confirm that natural immunity was 27 times more effective than vaccines at preventing symptomatic transmission of the deadly coronavirus.

“This study demonstrated that natural immunity confers longer lasting and stronger protection against infection, symptomatic disease and hospitalization caused by the Delta variant,” they wrote, according to medRxiv.

The study—yet to be peer-reviewed and published—was supported by the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative—a health nonprofit backed by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and his wife.

The researchers seemed determined to assert the need for additional COVID-19 boosters, arguing that they have a diminishing return.

But according to Harvard epidemiologist Martin Kulldorff, the research debunked the arguments for vaccine mandates.

“Prior COVID disease (many working class) provides better immunity than vaccines (many professionals), so vaccine mandates are not only scientific nonsense, they are also discriminatory and unethical,” Kulldorff wrote Twitter, according to Red Voice Media.

His argument reinforced recent statistical evidence that the vaccine mandates, supported by the Biden administration and many blue-state governors, may be racist, since the majority of “vaccine hesitant” individuals in the US were black or Latino.

The research from the Israeli cases first emerged last week. It is unclear whether it pertains to a specific vaccine or more broadly to any of the experimental vaccines available, which, by and large, have yet to be fully cleared by the Food and Drug Administration.

However, it comes as questions begin to grow about the lack of available autopsies for US fatalities diagnosed with COVID-19, and a British study showed that for those 50 and older, 68% of those admitted to the hospital with serious COVID symptoms had received two vaccine jabs.

Israeli numbers likewise supported the research, showing 59% of those 50 and older who showed serious symptoms had already been double-vaccinated, wrote Dr. Joseph Mercola for Based Underground.

The science still shows that the virus is considerably more dangerous for those ages 65 and older, meaning that vaccines may remain the best available option for those in the higher risk category.

Nonetheless, in lower-risk age groups—children in particular—it may be more practical to encourage natural immunity, much the way some through chicken-pox parties, provided there is no risk of exposing vulnerable older adults or immuno-compromised individuals in the process.