I can't be bothered to pick through the whole thing tbh (blame unz's past output) so i probably missed stuff, but just glancing at the stuff about variants not being covered by the vaccine and ADE (from 'Science with Dr Doug') seems a bit flaky and speculative - Dr Christina Parks says 'vaccines are made to a specific variant' which is true to an extent, but the variations in the variants are not all located on the spike protein (which the vaccine targets) and there is still considerable efficacy even when the spike protein is varied.
As far as I remember, the vaccines have been tested against new variants, including delta, and though slightly reduced efficacy with some vaccines/variant combos, they're still doing the job. The vast majority of hospitalisation/deaths with delta are in unvaccinated people (the proportions are slightly different in America as the unvaccinated numbers are higher, but still similar) - this is also what my sister says about the covid patients in my local hospital - the ones who are still dying are unvaccinated - there are some vaccinated people who get ill (mostly one shot), but a much reduced proportion, compared to unvaccinated, and with less severe illness. These are not 'sterilising' vaccines, so as we've known from the start some people will still get ill, but so far the numbers suggest the vaccines have been successful in reducing the chance of infection/transmission and the severity of the illness in most people who've had them.
I'm not sure dan would be happy with that article being posted here too