A Danish research paper has been causing a sensation since March this year: according to the available data, the side effect rates in different batches of BioNTech/Pfizer gene therapy differ significantly – so some batches are significantly more likely to pose a health risk than others are harmful. , AFD now wants to know from the federal government the extent to which this data is known and whether conclusions have been drawn regarding the quality control of individual vaccine batches. The federal government’s answer is an insult to every conscious citizen.
A comment from Vanessa Reiner
In a short request, Martin Sichert, K-Uwe Ziegler, Dr. Christina Böhm and other members of the AfD parliamentary group ask whether the federal government is aware of the abnormalities observed in the study and whether these are signs of failures in implementation
Batch tests are carried out by EDQM (European Directorate for the Quality of Medicines and Healthcare). A group of German chemists has long expressed sharp criticism of the lack of quality control in relation to Covid “vaccines”: they rely on manufacturers here – according to their own statements, there are no such important tests as the so-called polydispersity test carried out by European control laboratories such as PEI (Report24).
Against this background, the federal government’s answer to the AfD MPs’ question is a real scandal. It has been claimed that the raw data of the studies were not available and the reported statistical correlation could not be assessed due to lack of stratification according to factors such as time of vaccination, dose of vaccine, interval until occurrence of side effects and age . and the sex of the person vaccinated. In short: The results of the study are sidelined. Then someone discusses:
Batch testing is not performed by the Drugs and Healthcare Quality Directorate (EDQM) itself, but by some official testing laboratories in the member states of the European (sic) Union. It serves to check that the batches placed in the market conform to the specifications on which the approval is based. There are no known omissions from the batch test.
Federal government, printed material 20/7813
It is implied here that these testing laboratories (which include German PEI) will carry out detailed testing of individual batches – but this is not the case. The “Berliner Zeitung” read in February:
To our great surprise, PEI informed us in its most recent letter, dated February 10, 2023, that such tests do not exist. The “polydispersity test” is “part of BioNTech’s batch testing…, but not performed by the Paul-Ehrlich-Institut itself”. In addition, “control methods for mRNA concentration determination and delivery analysis … are not part of batch testing when using multiple-dose containers” and therefore “no official information” is available.
not interested in research
The tolerance values with respect to the auxiliary and active ingredients of the preparation are chemists around Professor Dr. According to Jorg Maticic, it is very high, which could be a possible reason for the varying harmfulness of different batches. But the German federal government is clearly not interested. Representatives of AFD examined the extent to which possible differences in quality have been investigated – also to avoid such problems in the future. Answer:
Based on an analysis of data from the prospective SAFEVAC app study, the Paul-Ehrlich-Institut may compare the Schmeling et al. Do not verify the reported results. The heterogeneity of the number of adverse events per batch, as reported by the authors (sic), could be observed neither for all adverse events nor for serious adverse events (sic) in the evaluation.
Federal government, printed material 20/7813
Do you remember the “SafeVac” app? This “study”, originally designed to last twelve months, was intended to provide information on the tolerability of COVID vaccines. Apparently, no one expected that the proposal would be used, and then the evaluation of the report was immediately overwhelmed. In December 2021, it became clear that interest in comprehensive analysis by the Authority was apparently limited – and this was certainly reflected in use by vaccinated people. As of November 30, 2021, 725,541 people who had been vaccinated at least once had submitted data, which was 1.2 percent of all vaccinated people in Germany at that time. According to the PEI website, about a year later, by the end of September 2022, only about 5,000 people have been added – data for “more than 730,000 people” in total, and 64.9 million vaccinated people in Germany. ,
It’s unclear exactly how many participants routinely reported potential side effects according to the plan. Anyone who had not registered immediately after the first vaccination could not participate anyway, and anyone who had deleted the app in the meantime could no longer add anything. Of course, even those who died (or became seriously disabled) could not report about it. It is exciting that this vulnerable database should serve as evidence for the federal government that there should be no abnormalities with regard to apparently bad or non-quality-controlled vaccine batches in Germany.
Big Pharma henchmen?
The truth is you don’t know anything – and it looks like you don’t want to know anything. The answers to the inquiries never suggest that the government will take this issue seriously. Vaccination is not questioned. point. It acts as a retainer of Big Pharma: old documents show that pharmaceutical companies took measures to hide safety problems with some batches of vaccines as early as the 1970s. These were distributed as widely as possible so that no specific group of serious side effects occurred. It appears that Pfizer is doing this to date, as even dangerous batches of the Covid vaccine were widely distributed in terms of time and space, according to Professor Dr. Jorg Maticic said in an interview (reports 24).