Study Concludes COVID Jabs Make People ‘Retarded’

A new study has revealed that Covid jabs ‘retard’ the brain’s neurological functions, leading to severe cognitive diseases such as dementia and Alzheimer’s.

In a bombshell new video, leading Japanese Neuroscientist Dr. Hiroto Komano discussed a South Korean study that conclusively proves that mRNA jabs are bad for your brain.

“Regarding replicon and mRNA vaccines, I would like to discuss their connection with dementia. This is something I strongly wish to share,” Komano declared. “The incidence of mild cognitive impairment has more than doubled.” reports: The doctor then went on to discuss the study that indicates significant increases of Alzheimer’s disease (AD) and mild cognitive impairment (MCI) in those injected with the mRNA gene therapy shots.

“Findings showed an increased incidence of MCI and AD in vaccinated individuals, particularly those receiving mRNA vaccines, within three months post-vaccination. The mRNA vaccine group exhibited a significantly higher incidence of AD (Odds Ratio [OR]: 1.225; 95% Confidence Interval [CI]: 1.025-1.464; p = 0.026) and MCI (OR: 2.377; CI: 1.845-3.064; p < 0.001) compared to the unvaccinated group. No significant relationship was found with vascular dementia or Parkinson’s disease,” the study said in the ‘Results’ section.

Komano clarified that MCI really just means mild dementia, which is the precursor to full blown dementia.

“One possible reason for this increase in dementia cases is that dementia is continually increasing and this vaccine will cause it to increase further,” the doctor said.

While the mental retardation was more so seen in the old, Komano went on to discuss how the Covid vaccines negatively affect children as well.

“And it will affect children, resulting in decreased birth rates, or it could be toxic to children,” he said.

The doctor also said that if the vaccine continues to be administered, Japan’s existing problem of demented old people will only increase.

“Dr. Komano has an impressive academic pedigree. After graduating from the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences at the University of Tokyo, he served as an assistant at the university and held research positions at Stanford University and the University of Michigan Medical School in the United States. He also served as a laboratory director at the National Center for Geriatrics and Gerontology in April 2007. His primary research focuses on understanding the molecules involved in the onset and prevention of Alzheimer’s disease,” PharmaFiles by Aussie17 said on Substack.

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