Senior Israeli Medic Slams Covid Hysteria

Senior Israeli Medic Slams Covid Hysteria

“Two years late, you finally realize that a respiratory virus cannot be defeated and that any such attempt is doomed to fail” A top immunologist in Israel has criticised mass vaccination for COVID-19 and blasted officials who have “branded” the unvaccinated “as spreaders of the disease” in a powerful letter to the Israeli Ministry of Health.

The letter, written by Professor Ehud Qimron, head of the Department of Microbiology and Immunology at Tel Aviv University, demolishes vaccine-focused COVID strategies embraced by governments around the world, which Qimron derided as “doomed to fail.”

“Two years late, you finally realize that a respiratory virus cannot be defeated and that any such attempt is doomed to fail,” he wrote to the Israeli health ministry. “You do not admit it, because you have admitted almost no mistake in the last two years, but in retrospect it is clear that you have failed miserably in almost all of your actions, and even the media is already having a hard time covering your shame.”

Qimron slammed Israeli officials for refusing to acknowledge that COVID-19 jabs won’t stop the virus or bring herd immunity, which the government’s vaccination campaign “failed” to achieve.

“You refused to admit that the infection comes in waves that fade by themselves, despite years of observations and scientific knowledge,” he said. “You refused to admit that recovery is more protective than a vaccine, despite previous knowledge and observations showing that non-recovered vaccinated people are more likely to be infected than recovered people.”

“You refused to admit that the vaccinated are contagious despite the observations. Based on this, you hoped to achieve herd immunity by vaccination — and you failed in that as well.”

The senior immunologist also condemned the Israeli government for “ignoring the fact that the disease is dozens of times more dangerous for risk groups and older adults, than for young people who are not in risk groups, despite the knowledge that came from China as early as 2020.”

At the same time, authorities never set up an effective system to monitor the side effects of vaccination – which disproportionately impact younger populations – while retaliating against doctors who reported vaccine injuries, Qimron said. “Doctors avoid linking side effects to the vaccine, lest you persecute them as you did with some of their colleagues,” he charged.

Young people face little risk of death or serious illness from COVID-19, with a survival rate no lower than 99.9 percent for those under 40, according to estimates by Stanford University professor Dr. John Ioannidis.