Monday, March 7, 2022

The BMJ Editor-in-Chief, Fiona Godlee, knew exactly what was going to happen with the vaccines 4 months before a single one was authorized. Hotez too. How did they know?/BMJ

This is amazing.  BMJ Editor Godlee knew in August 2020, when the phase 3 vaccine trials were just getting beginning (Ist enrollments were in July 2020) that the vaccines:

a) would not be very effective

b) would likely just decrease severity of illness and not prevent infection

c) might become a suboptimal, chronic treatment, and 

d) might change the definition of what we consider a vaccine to be 

How did she know this?  I imagine she knew it from a whistleblower or two or ten.  The public certainly didn't know it.  If she knew it then Fauci knew it, along with his Corona Task Force of useful idiots.

Update March 8:  Peter Hotez also knew, in November 2020, the vaccine would not prevent spread and would only reduce severity:

Why didn’t the people know this????  Who sent them the memo???

"Peter Hotez, MD, PhD, of Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, observed that for the next few months, producing vaccines for the American population will be problematic, so it won't be an issue in this country for a while.

"Even as the first vaccines become more widely available they may be only partially protective to reduce severity of illness and won't stop transmission anyway so we won't need to pay people for that purpose," he told MedPage Today. "So I don't foresee a reason to pay anyone to get vaccinated against COVID-19."'

Covid-19: Less haste, more safety

BMJ 2020370 doi: 

(Published 20 August 2020)

Cite this as: BMJ 2020;370:m3258  Fiona Godlee, editor in chief

    "Few can doubt that we need a vaccine for covid-19 as soon as possible, and great strides are being made, including in our understanding of the immunology of SARS-CoV-2.1 But what damage may result from the race to create one? The World Health Organization has produced guidance on minimum characteristics for a vaccine, including 50% efficacy, temperature stability, potential for rapid scale-up, and proper evaluation against comparators. But, writes Els Torreele, these basic requirements are being rapidly eroded by the prevailing view that anything is better than nothing.2 So instead we are heading for vaccines that reduce severity of illness rather than protect against infection, provide only short lived immunity, and will at best have been trialled by the manufacturer against placebo. As well as damaging public confidence and wasting global resources by distributing a poorly effective vaccine, this could change what we understand a vaccine to be. Instead of long term, effective disease prevention it could become a suboptimal chronic treatment. This would be good for business but bad for global public health."


    Anonymous said...


    I Pray For Justice!

    'Pfizer Knew mRNA Vaccine Leaked Into Ovaries and Covered it Up’

    Anonymous said...

    Have you see this curious remark? At 1:50 Ron DeSantis says 'Fauci is in the witness protection program now.'

    Anonymous said...


    A.) Ivermectin Linked to Fewer Deaths in COVID-19 Patients Compared to Remdesivir: Study.

    B.) Report: In Leaked Audio, Former NIH Director Francis Collins Laughs Off Threatening Vaccine Refusers With Unemployment, Blames Trump for COVID-19 Deaths.

    Anonymous said...


    'CDC Director Walensky Finally ‘Comes Clean’ on Covid Vaccine Mistakes'!

    'The CDC played a tremendous role in causing millions of people to lose jobs'. States and districts that followed the CDC’s guidelines closely are now among the worst in the country when it comes to unemployment: Connecticut, Illinois, Michigan, New Jersey, Nevada, Maryland, New York, Alaska, Pennsylvania, California, New Mexico and the District of Columbia.

    Walensky then assumed her talk was in a “safe space” to actually be honest with the people she’s talking to. And she was honest. Her rhetoric doesn’t match with the still incessant effort to force Americans to get vaccinated, despite any natural immunity from prior infection, regardless of age and relative risk, and even at the potential expense of someone’s job.

    Tyro said...

    I remember reading similar predictions from several qualified sources when the vaccines were still under development. These were people familiar with the history of Coronavirus vaccine development and the nature of mRNA vaccines - they all cautioned that such vaccines should not be expected to provide either mucosal or systemic sterilizing immunity and are likely to have relatively short lived efficacy in the range of 3 months.

    IIRC Robert Gallo was one of the experts interviewed on this question. That interview may still be on youtube.