The number of health professionals and experts who are demanding an immediate suspension of COVID mRNA vaccines is increasing. However, governments seem to be ignoring this concern, which some view as a grave violation of human rights.
On Sunday night, Prof. Retsef Levi issued a warning about the potential dangers of mRNA COVID vaccines. He is a faculty member at MIT in Cambridge, Massachusetts, which is a renowned private university ranked #1 in the QS World University Rankings 2023. Prof. Levi has been associated with MIT since 2006.
Levi, who has over 30 years of experience as a practitioner and academic using data and analytics to assess and manage risk, specializes in health systems and health policy. Additionally, he has experience managing the safety and quality of manufacturing biologic drugs. Levi has expressed doubt in the efficacy claims made by governments and big pharmaceutical companies.
Previously advertised claims about the Pfizer vaccine preventing transmission were contradicted by Pfizer's President of International Developed Markets, Janine Small, who admitted that the vaccine had never undergone testing for its ability to do so.
Levi stated that he believes the drawbacks of COVID mRNA vaccinations are greater than the advantages. He further mentioned that he is recording a video to express his firm belief that all COVID mRNA vaccination programs should be halted immediately.
According to him, the company should discontinue their product because they did not deliver on their promised effectiveness and due to the growing proof that it is causing a significant level of harm, even resulting in the death of young individuals.
Levi presented information from several studies that he believes proves the vaccine is not safe or effective.
He said that the evidence suggests that mRNA vaccines can cause sudden cardiac arrest due to vaccine-induced myocarditis. This is one possible way in which the vaccines may cause harm.
The findings from Israel regarding an increase of 27% in resuscitations conducted by EMS in 2021 compared to 2019 have been replicated in data from the UK, Scotland, and Australia. Two recent studies conducted in Thailand and Switzerland tested individuals for heart damage before and after they received a vaccine. The results suggest that the rates of heart damage may actually be higher than what is detected through clinical diagnosis alone. This aligns with a similar study conducted by the US military regarding the smallpox vaccine back in 2015.
He explained that a study conducted by the Harvard Medical School found a whole spike in the blood of children with vaccine-induced myocarditis. This is further evidence of the harm caused and has significant implications for the vaccine's safety. This finding supports existing evidence that both the mRNA and lipids are able to enter the blood system.