More on YouTube censorship of world class vaccine research

See my previous post from 11 October 2022, Live attenuated vaccines decrease total mortality while nonlive vaccines increase total mortality.

In February 2022, a US law firm wrote a 3-page letter to Susan Wojcicki, Chief Operating Officer, Legal Support, YouTube, asking her to restore Professor Aaby’s video about the beneficial and harmful effects of vaccines so that a healthy conversation surrounding medical science could continue.

Aaby has shown in several high-quality studies (see my expert report) that the use of the diphtheria, tetanus and pertussis vaccine (DTP) increases total mortality in infants in areas with a high risk of infectious diseases and a high child mortality. The immunological mechanism for this effect seems to be that DTP introduces “tolerance” in the immune system. We have seen this happening with the influenza vaccines, which increase the risk of getting infected with other strains in future, and most recently also when COVID-19 vaccines are used repeatedly. Earlier this year, the European Medicines Agency sent a dire warning to the world.  The agency was concerned that repeated boosters every four months could weaken a person’s immune response to the coronavirus.

In 1978, Aaby established the world renown Bandim Health Project, a Health and Demographic Surveillance System site in Guinea-Bissau. He has studied and promoted vaccines in Africa for decades, and in 2000, he was awarded the Novo Nordisk Prize, the most important Danish award within health research. In 2009, the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs selected Aaby as one of the leaders in the fight against global poverty. Aaby is a proponent of vaccines and has been relied upon by the World Health Organization to promote and study vaccines.

Aaby’s findings that the DTP vaccine increases total mortality in poor countries are very convincing and there has not been any research that tells us otherwise.

So, how did YouTube react to the letter from the law firm? YouTube ignored it. The lawyer received an automated message saying that the video had violated YouTube’s Community Guidelines, adding that “If you think a Community Guidelines strike was applied to your account in error, you can appeal it.”

The lawyer appealed and received no reply. This blatantly arrogant behaviour and censorship by social media has been experienced by many top class researchers. We must work together on changing this situation, which is very harmful for science and for our citizens. Censorship kills. It is as simple as that. See also my recent book, The Chinese virus: Killed millions and scientific freedom, where I describe social media censorship at length, also in areas not related to vaccines.