Researchers Warn Vaccines Could Increase Risk of HIV Infections, Can’t Sue Pharma or the Government

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By JR Valrey

The Black community has constantly and continuously been under mainstream media assault, for being cautious of the U.S. government’s push to have Black people injected with the new myriad of experimental Covid vaccines. The files are starting to mount up pointing in the direction that the government’s insistence to “help out the severely afflicted by Covid, sick, and ailing Black community” is really a disguised ploy for us to be guinea pigs for pharmaceutical companies, that will stand to make billions of dollars, if they can be the first company to conjure up the safest and most effective vaccine, and get it licensed. 

Biologically, many vaccines make use of modified viruses to transport material into the human body. Over a decade ago, researchers were trying to create a HIV vaccine, where a promising vaccine candidate actually increased the risk of contracting HIV. Exactly how the vaccine increased the risks of HIV transmission is unknown, but a conference convened by the National Institutes of Health recommended against the further use of Ad5, as a vector in HIV vaccines. Ad5 is used as a vector in some COVID 19 vaccines in clinical trials in the US, Russia, and Pakistan, according to Forbes Magazine, in an article titled “Researchers Warn Some Covid Vaccines Could Increase Risk of HIV infection”, by Robert Hart in Forbes, October 20, 2020.  

Under the Prep Act, big pharmaceutical companies like Pfizer and Moderna, responsible for creating the front-running vaccines in the U.S., have total immunity from liability if something unintentionally goes wrong with the vaccine. People can’t sue the Food and Drug Administration for authorizing a vaccine for emergency use, nor can they hold their employer accountable if they mandated inoculation, as a condition for employment.

“The researchers stressed the need to understand the role Ad5 might play in increasing the risk of HIV in vulnerable populations before developing and deploying vaccines using the vector, adding that informed consent documents should reflect ‘the considerable literature’ on the risk of HIV acquisition with Ad5 vectors.

The authors said they went public because Ad5 vaccines for Covid 19 might soon be tested in populations with high HIV prevalence. Lawerence Corey, one of the authors who now co-leads the Covid 19 Prevention Network in the US, that is testing vaccines on behalf of the NIH, told Science that if he were in a sub-Saharan African country, where there’s a high prevalence of HIV, ‘I don’t see why I would pick an Ad5 vector (vaccine), when there are many other alternatives’”, according to an article titled “Researchers Warn Some Covid Vaccines Could Increase Risk of HIV infection”, by Robert Hart in Forbes, October 20, 2020.   

Similar to the Tuskegee Syphilis Study which lasted from 1932 to 1972, where Black men with syphilis went untreated without their knowledge, so that the U.S. government’s medical establishment could study the effects of syphilis throughout people’s lives, history has taught Black people that we are an after-thought, when the U.S. is engaged in a conversation about physical health or anything else positive or supportive of the people during a catastrophe. Look at how the 9th Ward, a neighborhood full of Black people, was treated and abandoned in New Orleans in 2005, during Hurricane Katrina aka Hurricane Amerikkka, while the world watched on television. Then reflect on how Obama appeared to drink the lead-laced water in a public relations stunt, during his presidency, to try and manipulate Black Flint residents and the world, into thinking that the city’s lead-laced water was safe to consume. Flint today is still plagued with lead-laced water, half a decade before Covid hit. 

Under the Prep Act, big pharmaceutical companies like Pfizer and Moderna, responsible for creating the front-running vaccines in the U.S., have total immunity from liability if something unintentionally goes wrong with the vaccine. People can’t sue the Food and Drug Administration for authorizing a vaccine for emergency use, nor can they hold their employer accountable if they mandated inoculation, as a condition for employment.

In February of 2020, Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar invoked the Public Readiness and Emergency Preparedness Act. This 2005 law empowers the HHS secretary to provide legal protection to companies making or distributing critical medical supplies, such as vaccinations and treatments, unless there is “willful misconduct” by the company. The protection lasts until 2024, which speaks to why there is such a rush to get weary people vaccinated. 

We should ask ourselves, how did China recover without a vaccine. Be cautious Black people. 

 

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