Dr. William Makis
A Danish research letter by Max Schmeling published in Jan. 2023, examined Pfizer mRNA COVID-19 batch “safety” of Pfizer vaccines administered in Denmark during 2021. (click here)
- Each dot represents a “vaccine batch” (each batch has a certain # of vaccine vials, each of which has a certain # of vaccine doses)
- 4.2% of doses cause 71% of Pfizer jab adverse events & 50% of deaths
- 32% of doses cause < 1% of Pfizer jab adverse events, serious events & deaths
French researcher Herve Seligmann confirmed the findings in May 2023 (click here).
There seem to be 3 distinct types of Pfizer COVID-19 mRNA vaccine batches:
- The “high toxicity” batches – high frequencies of adverse events and deaths
- The “intermediate toxicity” batches – medium frequencies of adverse events
- The “low toxicity” batches – low frequencies of adverse events
“We saw clusterings, for example, by alphanumeric codes—both in Pfizer and Moderna. Depending on the letters used in the alphanumeric numbering—which should be just random, we knew that this set of letters would produce higher toxicity, and this set of letters would produce lower toxicity”
“We also had clusterings by dates of manufacture. [That] also should not happen—you should not have a difference between the product on the first of the month or on the thirtieth of the month.”
Two young men get myopericarditis from same vaccine batch administered on the same day
An Italian study published in March 2022 reported two young men who took a Moderna vaccine from the same batch on the same day. Both of them developed myopericarditis exactly 3 days after getting their mRNA vaccine. (click here)
This is more evidence that it’s the vaccine batch that’s the problem and not the individual’s health differences.
The Wyeth Scandal – Big pharma learned in 1970s to geographically disperse bad vaccine batches to avoid detection
In 1970s, Wyeth Pharmaceutical, bought by Pfizer in 2009, had a cluster of child SIDS deaths (sudden infant death syndrome) in Tennessee, from its DTP vaccine. (click here)
Wyeth Executives decided to split up the vaccine lots or batches to never again allow a cluster of vials from one lot to be sent to a single state or health department. Limiting the distribution of vials to no more than 2000 in one geographic region made it less likely for any cluster of injuries to be traced to the vaccine.
Instead of recalling “hot lots” of deadly vaccines, they dispersed the lots all over the country so no one would make the connection to adverse events.
How bad is my vaccine batch?
There are three websites where you can determine how bad your Pfizer or Moderna vaccine batch is:
The concept of Russian roulette continues to apply to Pfizer & Moderna COVID-19 mRNA vaccines. About 4% of Pfizer doses are quite lethal and account for 70% of the side effects and 50% of the deaths.
But what about the rest? 64% of Pfizer doses had intermediate levels of adverse events. That’s still bad news.
Even the remaining 32% of Pfizer “low toxicity” doses can’t be considered “safe”, as they cause about 1% of the side effects and 1% of the deaths.
Interestingly, the fact that there are three distinct patterns suggests that the components of the vaccine may be different in each type of batch, and that poor quality control or mRNA degradation alone can’t account for these stark differences.