#14 | POSTED BY FSUKNOWIT
As a general rule, you're best not listening to people giving advice from a website that's their own name. They're almost always quacks.
In any case, much of what he says (said) is garbage.
Mostly because he treats immune escape as a black and white issue. Immune escape doesn't render all antibodies unable to bind. Just a handful of clones that specifically target that portion of the protein (called an epitope). Even a partial neutralization phenotype is better than no neutralization and non-neutralizing antibodies still have other functions to limit disease.
Which leads us to issues of the vaccine and cytotoxic T cells (CTLs). Yes, balanced activation of both the B cell (antibody) and CTL (T cell) arms is a long standing goal of vaccinologists. That's why live attenuated vaccines (ie FluMist or Sabin polio vaccine) are preferred when possible. The actual infection produces a more balanced response.
But guess what happens when you have partial protection from a vaccine then get infected-it acts as an attenuated vaccine booster! The data out there doesn't suggest ADE is occurring follow COVID vaccination, a worry that was based on what we know about other veterinary coronavirus vaccines. We would see this manifest as more severe disease in vaccinated or immune individuals compared to non-immune individuals. We're seeing the opposite.
So your partial antibody immunity knocks the infection down while the low level infection induces memory B cells (antibody) responses and T cell (these are induced by the mRNA vaccines) responses, which updates the repertoire of antibodies and T cells in circulation. This is also pretty much what would happen if you were infected twice, with the primary difference being the wider breadth of the antibody response following infection vs vaccination.
His assertion that the only (best) way to end this pandemic by natural infection is absurd and flies in the face of everything we know about about vaccines and their mechanism of action. It's also an incredibly dangerous thing to say when there is a significant proportion of the populace seeking information on the topic.