Recently the question came up on line and among friends were people wondered if those that get the vaccine could transfer, or infect, the unvaccinated with the dna changes and side affects.
This also brought up the question of avoiding those that are vaccinated. I looked into this possibility and gave a quick answer on the subject on what I already knew. This is however an ongoing research and is subject to change as the facts come in. ere is the note I sent back to explain this situation:
Are there reasons to stay clear of the vaccinated?
I do know this for a fact:
Those that get vaccinated can get covid and pass it to others, even though they don't know they have it.
They can also get new strains of covid and pass it on.
There is substantial research that claims that a man that has been vaccinated, when he has sex with women, it can cause the woman to become sterile. The man can also become sterile from a woman that had the shot. The chances are at least 50% of men and women that get the shot that become sterile. It is also possible the mom can pass that sterility to the daughters (or the unborn) if they didn't have the shot, and the daughters can also be sterile with the shot at least 50% of the time. I have heard of larger percentages as well, like 70% to 90%.
The shot is designed to lessen the severity of the flu once a person gets it. But afterwards, since it changed the person's DNA on the molecular level, it also can attack a person's own immune response to not only covid, but even numerous everyday attacks the body has to fight off. In some cases, part of the long term side effects is the body's constant attacking of viruses and other germ attacks, all from the DNA change made by the shot. It can also attack our own immune response. In other words, let's say a person is infected by a cold bug, and the body recognizes it and starts to fight it off. It is documented in some cases that the new dna change then fights directly against the natural immune response the body is using against the cold. Which then allows the cold germ to make us sick! This could cause illnesses later in life through unintended consequences, as well as yearly health problems that are difficult to diagnose.
The problem is, since millions of people have gotten the shot, we can't avoid them all for the rest of our lives. Regardless if they can pass on problems or not, it is not possible to avoid what they have now. IMO it is mostly a danger only to the person that got the shot.
There is no question it will affect global birth rates. And many families that got the shot, all of those children, or a percentage of them, will never have children. Those that won't be affected are in a random event situation that cannot be predicted in advance for a future society.
I have contacted a fellow researcher and asked them to fill me in on the other issues that can be passed on from the shot, and once I have that info I'll share it with you.
But for now, yes there is a concern that those that get the shot can affect others. But it may be a moot point now, and nothing we can do about it. Unless a researcher can come up with a blocker of what they pass on from the shot.
So, to review what we know:
Yes those that get the covid shot can and do pass on the covid flu and future strains of covid. Which means those that think they are safe can go visit a loved one in a rest home and give them the flu. Or, it could be passed down from person to person until it reaches the elderly.
Secondly, it is a known fact the shot has a sterility factor, which was pre-planned as a depopulation element of the covid 19 flu virus. This MAY be passed on to those that did not get the shot and to younger generations. However, since the older and the younger are all getting the shot, they will be affected by sterility anyway. This random chance will be difficult to consider in future statistics. And if it is discovered, the main media would downplay it or cover it up.
Thirdly, it is proven that there are serious side effects besides death with those that get the shot. And no long term test has been made of how long these issues will linger inside a person's body. So those that get the shot not only could be fighting against initial side effects - their body could encounter an internal battle for years to come that would not be diagnosed from the shot.
(I have no idea if this susceptibility can be transferred to other people they are in contact with. IMO I feel on that level, it is an internal issue of an individual, and not transmissible to others. The next obvious question is: Can the DNA change from the shot, be transmitted to others? It seems to act like herpes or the HIV positive virus. It would require very intimate contact to have a chance of passing it on. They even say now that there is a less than 10% chance of getting the covid virus from a surface. The bottom line is this: the possibility does exist that a change in one person MIGHT be passed to another person. But that is not scientifically proven yet, to my knowledge. It is possible, but is it probable? I would think from what we know at this time, that the chances of acquiring the same DNA change from someone that got the shot randomly is more than a million to one. Passing on the sterility factor from sex partners is a completely different thing. It is too early to know how powerful the dna change is from person to person, aside from the sterility issue.
My friend sent me this:
They are saying that as cells slough, those cells can be passed to others..
Viruses require a host...they are basically parasites...little envelopes of DNA or RNA...these cells apparently sloughing...which happens quite a bit each day....would allow the transmission.
The vaccine is the virus...
are you meaning "shedding" the virus?
Just to be clear, the vaccine does not include ANY of the covid 19 virus. The vaccine is not even clinically a vaccine. It is a shot that has a dna changing capability to help lessen the severity of the virus. In other words, it doesn't have the same type of small pox serum in a small pox shot that makes a person immune to small pox, since the body learns to fight it off. The covid19 shot, from what I have read, does not have ANY of the flu virus in it.
However, it does alter our dna, and that in itself can cause side effects, death and health problems and sterility to name a few. So in that respect the shot is dangerous to some people.
I will send you updates on this question. It is a new type of science we have not faced before, so these questions don't have answers yet. GE