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Dec 13, 2023Liked by Aussie17

Love the response from the German authorities! It’s not our job to test for impurities! It’s the manufacturer’s responsibility. Some of the vials tested at Magdeburg were expired. What a joke! So a recently expired vial is going to develop DNA but a non expired vial doesn’t so is therefore safe? Ha!!! They are doing a lot of CYA there.

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Dec 13, 2023·edited Dec 13, 2023Liked by Aussie17

20 labs rejected or said no to reanalysis. Cowards.

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"The research highlighted that the least contaminated batch contained foreign DNA 83 times over the WHO's limit, while the most contaminated batch had DNA levels 354 times above the safety threshold."

Many questions but I will stick with

three for now:

1. Was this done on purpose?

2. What exactly were the contaminants?

3. Why didnt Pfizer detect these earlier?

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Dec 13, 2023Liked by Aussie17

Good work MDR, Pfizer share price down 6.7% pre-open.

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Dec 13, 2023Liked by Aussie17

You’re a star AUSSIE17- keep up the good work!

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thank you Aussie17,

a very important development

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Progress.

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Dec 13, 2023Liked by Aussie17

thing is DNA fragments seem to be a common occurrence - they were found in the. HPV vaccine the Japanese were really worried

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Dr. Jürgen Kirchner's book on this topic has been published as an e-book on Amazon under the pseudonym David O. Fischer: "DEFILED. DNA contamination in the mRNA vaccine". Highly recommended.

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Quick edit, change "2013" to "2023"? in this: "a topic I covered in my March 2013 piece."

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Dec 15, 2023·edited Dec 15, 2023

The unanswered question. Great they found it, what is the origin of this DNA. The more papers I read and hear on mRNA technology and the contamination, I am starting to consider this is not simply a "quality control" issue.

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Thank you. Shared.

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