Wise Up Journal
By Gabriel O’Hara

What exactly is the role of antibodies?

When you get an infection, such as the flu, the body  produces antibodies to attack that specific virus and your infected cells. They are like an amazing mob of mindless warriors roaming around your body that have been programmed on what to search and destroy. Under the microscope they look like the letter Y. When they find an infected cell they’ve been searching for the tips of the Y lock on to it and this allows the immune system to strike the infected cell or virus.

But are they better at searching than Microsoft Windows?

Antibodies at times can have similar proficiency at identifying its target as a witness at a criminal line-up or as Microsoft Windows’ file-search. The immune system responses to the introduction into its environment of foreign components and viral antigens (injected or otherwise) by producing different antibodies imprinted with particular sequences that matches all of these foreign pollutants. Antibodies find their target by looking for the target’s sequence/code. In Microsoft Windows, for example, when you search for a file named RATION the program would generate a list of all files on your PC that are called RATION but it would also mistakenly include in its line-up a file named “RATIONAL” (probably your file on why billions should not be given to bankrupt businesses). The Microsoft system makes this mistake because RATIONAL to it is RATION with an A and L at the end (RATION-AL). Anyone with an iota of intelligence can tell ration and rational are different even though they happen to look almost identical. But an antibody doesn’t have a brain and encounters similar problems when the body is injected with viral antigens along with other material that have never entered the bloodstream in human history until recently.

Man-made biological confusion – molecular mimicry

A relatively healthy person is injected with a vaccine for an illness he does not have and one of its components or additives has the sequence/code UNWHOTU (for the sake of this example). That person also happens to have healthy cells with a structural similarity, the code UNWHOFU. The immune system is fooled that the person’s body has just been infected with those components. The hordes of antibodies that have been created shortly have nothing to do and can make mistakes turning on those healthy UNWHOFU cells. This in the medical world is called molecular mimicry and it causes autoimmunity.

Autoimmunity sounds good, doesn’t it? Immunity means you are protected against a disease and auto conveys it occurs automatically. But in the language called medical-speak autoimmunity is bad.

The U.S. government’s “National Center for Biotechnology Information” database lists medical research that was published in The Journal of Autoimmun (February 2000) which stated:

“measles and anti-hepatitis B virus (HBV), and multiple sclerosis (MS). Brain antibodies as well as clinical symptoms have been found in patients vaccinated against those diseases. Other autoimmune illnesses have been associated with vaccinations . Tetanus toxoid, influenza vaccines , polio vaccine, and others, have been related to phenomena ranging from autoantibodies production to full-blown illness (such as rheumatoid arthritis (RA)).
molecular mimicry; when a structural similarity exists between some viral antigen (or other component of the vaccine) and a self-antigen. This similarity may be the trigger to the autoimmune reaction.
some autoimmune phenomena are clearly related to immunization (e.g. Guillain-Barre syndrome). ”
– The Journal of Autoimmun, Feb, 2000, Vaccination and autoimmunity-‘vaccinosis’: a dangerous liaison?”

Structural-similarity confused antibodies causes the immune system to attack the body damaging a large variety of parts (which also include vaccine induced antibodies attacking brain cells and bone joints).

“if you have an autoimmune disease, your immune system attacks healthy cells in your body by mistake . Autoimmune diseases can affect many parts of the body.”
– U.S. National Library of Medicine, 2011

Why are antibodies so stupid?

They aren’t. Some vaccines are weakened live viruses and some are dead, however vaccines manufactured for the western world are not supposed to give people the disease (sometimes they fail even with that). Pharmaceutical marketing literature expresses that vaccines are designed to cause the immune system to produce antibodies as if the host did have the disease without actually getting it. Some vaccines include additives to manipulate the immune system into producing an even larger response. Vaccines additives and other components have never been injected into the blood stream until the 1950’s and those ingredients were not supposed to be in there. This man-made problem causes the antibody to become confused. It is compounded by your own immune system being manipulated to oversaturate itself with antibodies for a whole host of illnesses you don’t have. The children of today have more antibodies running around their bodies with nothing to do than their parents have. Shockingly a baby living today in the UK or Ireland can expect in their first 12 months to receive 27 vaccination doses, in 9 vaccine syringes, with more to follow. Some syringes are 6-in-1s. American children get injected more.

“But if getting injected with foreign material causes autoimmune diseases and almost the entire population receives so many vaccines how come autoimmune diseases are not a major problem?”, I heard the lackadaisical intellects grumble.

“They are a leading cause of death and disability.”
– U.S Government’s Women’s Health, 2011

Children of the United States of America are afflicted to a high degree by autoimmune disorders.

“the Arthritis Foundation created patient alliances and the AJAO Council made the decision to be the first to transition to being the Juvenile Arthritis Alliance (JAA). The action was enthusiastically approved by the Arthritis Foundation Board of Directors in 2006. This important change increased the Arthritis Foundation’s focus on the 300,000 children with juvenile arthritis”
– U.S. Arthritis Foundation, 2011

Overstimulated immune systems also create allergies

“40 per cent of adults now have allergies – up from 15 per cent in the 1990s. The number of children with food allergies has tripled in a decade.”
– Daily Mail, 16 April 2009

Like the marvellous hydrogen airships or the ever useful asbestos, vaccine technology used today will eventually be thrown by the wayside. But who knows how many decades and millions of children it will take.

“The first court award in a vaccine-autism claim is a big one. Those familiar with the case believe the compensation could easily amount to $20 million over the child’s lifetime.
In 2002, Hannah’s parents filed an autism claim in federal vaccine court. Five years later, the government settled the case before trial and had it sealed . It’s taken more than two years for both sides to agree on how much Hannah will be compensated for her injuries.”
– CBS NEWS, 09 September 2010