The Big-time Vaccine Scam: Antibodies

by Jon Rappoport

June 13, 2022

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This is another article in which I assume, for the purposes of argument only, that virologists are actually discovering viruses, and vaccines are launched to prevent viral diseases.

Why do I bother? Because most people belong to the virus religion. They have faith. They pray at the altar of the virus.

OK. What is the role of antibodies in vaccines?

We’re told that the vaccine produces a beneficial antibody response. These antibody scouts of the immune system rush to the scene and identify the injected viruses or parts of viruses—thereby alerting the foot soldiers of the immune system, which march forward and destroy/neutralize the viral components.

Thus, vaccination is a rehearsal for the real thing. It prepares the body for the later moment when the virus naturally shows up. The body is ready to defeat the actual disease.

In my previous article on that subject, I showed the rehearsal is a farce. It doesn’t prepare the immune system for anything.

The so-called adjuvants in the vaccine, which are supposed to enhance and magnify the immune response, simply stimulate a reaction against themselves, the adjuvants.

Now, I’m going further.

Below, I’m going to republish an excerpt from a devastating Christine Johnson article which shows the failure of the HIV antibody test.

Johnson’s article proves that antibodies, which are supposed to be specific to HIV and only HIV, meaning they only swing into action when HIV appears, are responding to all sorts of substances in the body, none of which has anything to do with HIV.

This means the antibodies aren’t “specific.” They aren’t just marching to one tune. They’re marching to many different tunes.

In the case of vaccination, antibodies can appear because: there are intrusive non-viral substances in the vaccine; or there are intrusive non-viral substances already in the body.

Defenders of vaccination might respond, “Suppose antibodies are responding to six different factors in the vaccine. One of those factors would be the virus in the vaccine. So that’s good.”

BUT if antibodies are really general and not specific, how do we know they actually react to a virus in a vaccine and not something else in the vaccine or the body?

We don’t know.

We’re looking at false science, science without a punch line.

Here is an excerpt from the 1996 Christine Johnson article on the HIV blood test — with the corresponding reference number(s) to the scientific literature:

Factors Known to Cause False-Positive HIV Antibody Test Results:

* Anti-carbohydrate antibodies (52, 19, 13)

* Naturally-occurring antibodies (5, 19)

* Passive immunization: receipt of gamma globulin or immune globulin (as prophylaxis against infection which contains antibodies)(18, 26, 60, 4, 22, 42, 43, 13)

* Leprosy (2, 25)

* Tuberculosis (25)

* Mycobacterium avium (25)

* Systemic lupus erythematosus (15, 23)

* Renal (kidney) failure (48, 23, 13)

* Hemodialysis/renal failure (56, 16, 41, 10, 49)

* Alpha interferon therapy in hemodialysis patients (54)

* Flu (36)

* Flu vaccination (30, 11, 3, 20, 13, 43)

* Herpes simplex I (27)

* Herpes simplex II (11)

* Upper respiratory tract infection (cold or flu)(11)

* Recent viral infection or exposure to viral vaccines (11)

* Pregnancy in multiparous women (58, 53, 13, 43, 36)

* Malaria (6, 12)

* High levels of circulating immune complexes (6, 33)

* Hypergammaglobulinemia (high levels of antibodies) (40, 33)

* False positives on other tests, including RPR (rapid plasma reagent) test for syphilis (17, 48, 33, 10, 49)

* Rheumatoid arthritis (36)

* Hepatitis B vaccination (28, 21, 40, 43)

* Tetanus vaccination (40)

* Organ transplantation (1, 36)

* Renal transplantation (35, 9, 48, 13, 56)

* Anti-lymphocyte antibodies (56, 31)

* Anti-collagen antibodies (found in gay men, haemophiliacs, Africans of both sexes and people with leprosy)(31)

* Serum-positive for rheumatoid factor, antinuclear antibody (both found in rheumatoid arthritis and other autoantibodies)(14, 62, 53)

* Autoimmune diseases (44, 29, 10, 40, 49, 43): Systemic lupus erythematosus, scleroderma, connective tissue disease, dermatomyositis

* Acute viral infections, DNA viral infections (59, 48, 43, 53, 40, 13)

* Malignant neoplasms (cancers)(40)

* Alcoholic hepatitis/alcoholic liver disease (32, 48, 40,10,13, 49, 43, 53)

* Primary sclerosing cholangitis (48, 53)

* Hepatitis (54)

* “Sticky” blood (in Africans) (38, 34, 40)

* Antibodies with a high affinity for polystyrene (used in the test kits)(62, 40, 3)

* Blood transfusions, multiple blood transfusions (63, 36,13, 49, 43, 41)

* Multiple myeloma (10, 43, 53)

* HLA antibodies (to Class I and II leukocyte antigens)(7, 46, 63, 48, 10, 13, 49, 43, 53)

* Anti-smooth muscle antibody (48)

* Anti-parietal cell antibody (48)

* Anti-hepatitis A IgM (antibody)(48)

* Anti-Hbc IgM (48)

* Administration of human immunoglobulin preparations pooled before 1985 (10)

* Haemophilia (10, 49)

* Haematologic malignant disorders/lymphoma (43, 53, 9, 48, 13)

* Primary biliary cirrhosis (43, 53, 13, 48)

* Stevens-Johnson syndrome9, (48, 13)

* Q-fever with associated hepatitis (61)

* Heat-treated specimens (51, 57, 24, 49, 48)

* Lipemic serum (blood with high levels of fat or lipids)(49)

* Haemolyzed serum (blood where haemoglobin is separated from the red cells)(49)

* Hyperbilirubinemia (10, 13)

* Globulins produced during polyclonal gammopathies (which are seen in AIDS risk groups)(10, 13, 48)

* Healthy individuals as a result of poorly-understood cross-reactions (10)

* Normal human ribonucleoproteins (48,13)

* Other retroviruses (8, 55, 14, 48, 13)

* Anti-mitochondrial antibodies (48, 13)

* Anti-nuclear antibodies (48, 13, 53)

* Anti-microsomal antibodies (34)

* T-cell leukocyte antigen antibodies (48, 13)

* Proteins on the filter paper (13)

* Epstein-Barr virus (37)

* Visceral leishmaniasis (45)

* Receptive anal sex (39, 64)


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26. Lai-Goldman M, McBride J, Howanitz P, et al. 1987. Presence of HTLV-III [HIV] antibodies in immune serum globulin preparations. Am. J. Clin. Path. 87:635.

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17 comments on “The Big-time Vaccine Scam: Antibodies

  1. Need A Ladder says:

    Everything you are saying goes against my deeply embedded devotion to my religion where I worship the war on dangerous unicorns at all cost for my salvation, and I must only honor those who are the generals in this fight, thus, I must reject your assertions even though what you are saying is spot on.

  2. john-oranje says:

    I understand the whole fake ‘virus isolation’ procedure, where they end up with a soup of dead cell debris and other material,from which they cobble together a genetic sequence claiming it is that of a virus.
    But what is the basis for all the references to SV40, the
    cancer causing ‘virus’ that was supposed to be in the polio
    vaccines back in the 50s and 60s.
    This was said to be from monkey kidney cells used to make
    the vaccine.
    Was there really proven to be (beyond reasonable doubt)
    a carcinogen in those shots and if so what was it?
    I believe Dr. Stefan Lanka isolated particles from a sea slug
    or some other marine organism at the time he was himself a
    virologist and called them viruses for want of alternative.
    He rejects the title virologist now that he has exposed their fraudulent methods.
    So various nano sized particles exist but what about SV40?

  3. ICthruBS says:


    Dr. Thomas Cowan and dr. Andrew Kaufman say the same thing.

    Antibodies are not specific. Period.

  4. Pamilla says:

    Maybe you need two ladders

  5. george says:

    Opinions of non americans about americans:

    1980s: brilliant, creative, brave, smart

    2000s: dumb, fat

    2020s: obese, degenerates, insane, satan worshipers

    The opinion based on Hollywood movies and what America is forcing on other countries

    • Jamie says:

      Don’t forget “gun-toting”! Not because they love freedom, because they’re prone to go on wanton killing sprees at the local school.

  6. scott macneilage says:

    Your body is designed simply to detoxify ANY foreign substance that “is not you”. Your unique genetic expression is your unique defense. Your lymphatic system is part of that defense but it is not an “immune system”. Toxins and poisons are a call to arms and your body will produce 1000’s of different proteins in whatever variation and combination to deal with stuff that “is not you”.

    Got it now?

    • Pete says:

      I would also add that these protein globulins called “antibodies” naturally form for any kind of tissue clean up and repair needed by the body. I could hit you in the leg with a baseball bat and cause you to produce non-specific “antibodies”. Any wound healing will do.

      Pregnant women produce these globulins all in line with the natural processes involving fetus growth. No virus required. A demented allopath may try to label her with an HIV moniker because he thinks antibody tests mean something they don’t.

      Germ cultists always take something naturally occurring and try and twist it into their fairy tale war against big bad Mother Nature and her demon particles.

  7. Roundball Shaman says:

    “The Big-time Vaccine Scam: Antibodies”

    Sometimes the truth is so simple it is right there in front of your face…

    What is a ‘Vaccine’?

    It is something… ANTI BODY. As in, against the health and welfare of one’s body.

    Vaccines are most certainly.. Anti-Bodies. All of our bodies.

    Maybe one day in the past this was not the case. But those days are long gone.

    The Great Medical Industrial New World Order Mafia Cartel. Further destroying their credibility with each and every utterance and toxic potions.

    ANTI bodies. Anti Life.

    Destroying the health and welfare of The World for fun and profit.

  8. JamesS says:

    Health authorities flip flop on specific antibodies for their convenience. They point to Covid-19 specific antibodies as proof the injected are protected against Covid-19. But they deny the uninjected who have the same antibodies and also deny stored blood samples from 2019 and prior which contain the same antibodies. Acknowledging specific antibodies fairly would render the lockdown policies as pointless.

  9. Scott McCutcheon says:

    Excellent piece as always, Jon.

    In addition, I side with Dr. Vernon Coleman : “Anybody that tells you vaccines are safe is lying”

    People would do well to read “Medical Mafia” published in 1995, authored by Ms. Guylaine Lanctôt, M.D. (she was stripped of her medical credentials and “forced” in to bankruptcy and imprisoned – twice – for publishing that book), and read up on the history of the hell the Canadian government put her through to punish her for publishing her findings in that book.

    Though I haven’t kept up with his work as of late, Tom Jefferson at the “Cocrane Institute” (based in Rome) has been, for the most part, reviled by the global medical mafia because of his findings on vaccines.

    As always, Jon, THANK YOU!

  10. Opie Poik says:

    A lot of readers here probably look at Celia Farber’s Substack, too – but, just in case:

    MAYDAY! Dowd: Three Million Extra Americans On Disability Since Vaccine Rollout

    Says Democrats Will Block Elections, Lock us Down, Their Own (The Injected) Can Be Expected To “Go Postal On Them When They Figure This Out. And They Will.”

  11. Jim S. Smith says:

    All this “monkeypox” nonsense DOES seem like more evidence of “vaccine-adverse-events”. – Kind of curious if ANYONE out there has been able to correlate the data on “monkeypox” cases – AND – whether or not they were recently (or EVER) “vaccinated” against this “COVID-19” NON-virus? ? ?

    This would be very interesting to see.

    – JSSmith

  12. From Elsewhere says:

    Vaccines harmed hundreds of millions since they were launched. It is only a miracle how many survive. Life prevailed and will always find a way. As for the mass-murdereres… they will lose everything fast.

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