Geert Vanden Bossche, who at one point advocated some form of "universal vaccines", has said that the Covid-19 vaccine makes your body create antibodies to fight only covid, rather than the broad spectrum antibodies it normally does, so by being vaccinated you are essentially becoming immune-compromised with regards to every other infectious disease.
I think we are very close to vaccine resistance right now. And it’s not for nothing that already people start developing, you know, new vaccines against the strains, et cetera.
But what I was saying is that, okay, if you miss the shoot, okay, you could say nothing has happened. No. You are at the same time losing the most precious part of your immune system that you could ever imagine.
And that is your innate immune system, because the innate antibodies, the natural antibodies, the secretary IGMs will be out-competed by these antigen-specific antibodies for binding to the virus. And that will be long lived. That is a long lived suppression.
And you lose every protection against any viral variant or coronavirus variant, et cetera. So this means that you are left just with no single immune response with your, you know, it’s none, your immunity has become nill.
It’s all gone. The antibodies don’t work anymore. And your your innate immunity has been completely bypassed and this while highly infectious strains are circulating.
Is this true?
As evidence of some notability: his theory has been taken up by some NGOs in Malayesia.
Also, he actually posted a somewhat different (toned down?) theory than the crude one above in a talk with slides; in the latter one he still claims natural IgMs are superior to any vaccine protection though because (he says) it's the natural antibodies which actually clear the virus. And he also/still says that (rather than causing complete immune failure) vaccines that create specific antibodies suppress this native immune system badly enough so that escaping/mutated virus variants can propagate.
Is this (perhaps less outlandish) theory more likely to be true?