Not Just Plasmids: Biological Contamination of Vaccines
...and other pharmaceuticals, and more
Let’s discuss the biological contamination of vaccines (and other pharmaceuticals, and foods, and hospitals with their drug-resistant fungi, and various substances that we presume to be clean)—and how, in combination with the all-pervasive business model of poisoning of undesirable life, it is killing us, not so softly at this point.
First, I would like to say out loud that, amid all this chaos, it is better to keep the focus on self-protection and not on the gore. And another thing before we get into it: it is my opinion that the topic of biological contamination is of uttermost importance at this point because it is hurting us badly. And regardless of what anyone thinks about the viruses, we are composite beings both physically and spiritually, and our health is indeed impacted by various living beings, friend or foe. And in my opinion, we don’t need to choose between the two things that impact our well-being (germs vs. terrain), they both do.
If you want the context, here is my grand theory, I wrote it a month ago, after working on it for over a year.
Another thing to keep in mind that traditionally, the contamination, when present, was of the unsanitary kind. It was there due to not giving f*ck, not wanting to pay for making things clean (and why pay for it if the legal immunity is so sweet?), and then preferring not to touch the rot so as not to be found out.
Presently, in addition to the good ol’ unsanitary kind that, in my opinion, went from bad to obscene in the “warp speed” waterfall, there is also a high-tech kind. I wrote an entire article for Dr.Mercola last month about the trend of using genetically modified organisms to “manufacture” various substances (proteins, enzymes, popular food additives such as citric acid—made with a pathogenic mold, by the way—etc.) Substances made by such GM organisms are not considered GM, and when it comes to the purification procedures, they just don’t seem to be very good, all I am going to say. (And that plasmid contamination of COVID vaccines? The decay is so deep that the very alarming “plasmidgate” is a mere drop in the bottomless ocean of biological contamination of vaccines.)
Let me make a prediction. We are going to hear more and more about drug-resistant non-viral infections running amok. It will be presented as a big surprise, despite the WEF writing for years about antimicrobial resistance being the next big threat. There will be cries for new drug development and new life-saving vaccines, this time against molds, yeasts, and intracellular parasites. We are going to hear more about “dementia” being caused by microbes. Hell, they may even dare squeak that “autism” can be caused by microbes—and they are going to wrap this in a war cry for more vaccines. It will be all very cruel because neurological issues can be caused by microbes and, in my opinion, often are—in part due to injecting very lucky microbes into children’s arms and bloodstreams for decades—but one thing that is definitely not going to help those children (now senior citizens with dementia) is more contaminated vaccines. Very cruel, indeed.
In a lawsuit filed by David Stonebrook in 2021, he talked about the unsanitary conditions at the facilities where they packaged some of the components used in the production of Pfizer and Moderna COVID vaccines. Here is the amended complaint from 2023.
[My note: TRIS and HEPES are buffers used in protein production and purification.]
(I would like to thank Warner Mendenhall who wrote about this mold story here.)
In 2023, the defendants in the lawsuit seem to have filed a counter lawsuit against David Stonebrook (defamation, contract breach, etc.).
Now, let’s talk about J&J and friends.
(One of the issues was mold.)
Emergent BioSolutions, a little-known company at the center of the vaccine supply chain, was a key to Johnson & Johnson's plan to deliver 100 million doses of its vaccine to the U.S. by the end of May. But the company has been cited repeatedly by the Food and Drug Administration for problems such as poorly trained employees, cracked vials and mold around one of its facilities, according to records obtained by The Associated Press through the Freedom of Information Act. The records cover inspections at Emergent facilities since 2017.
Okay, enough of J&J. You get the drift.
And here is a very interesting bit by John Stone, Age of Autism:
On March 22, 2010 the FDA suspended the use of GSK’s Rotarix vaccine after it was found to be contaminated with porcine circovirus type 1 (PCV-1). Then on May 6 the Offit/Merck version Rotateq was found to be contaminated not only by PCV-1 but another related virus, porcine circovirus type 2 (PCV-2). On May 7, according to information on the FDA website a meeting was swiftly convened:
to discuss the findings of PCV and PCV DNA in rotavirus vaccines. Based on a careful evaluation of this information, a thorough review of the scientific literature, and input from scientific and public health experts, the Agency is revising its recommendation to temporarily suspend use of the Rotarix vaccine. FDA has determined it is appropriate for clinicians and health care professionals to resume the use of Rotarix and to continue the use of RotaTeq.
And here is the super censored talk by Dr. Garth Nicolson in which he mentions mycoplasma contamination of vaccines (with great thanks to A Midwestern Doctor for posting this video that has been thoroughly scrubbed from YouTube).
Putting the plasmid contamination in context
Thus, I would like to put the plasmidgate and the SV40 contamination of COVID injections in a broader context.
Is the plasmid contamination a very bad thing? Yes, it is a very bad thing—and my hat goes off to every brave soul who is pursuing that investigative route. Absolutely.
However, the problem is much bigger, in my opinion, and it is very helpful to zoom out and consider the fact that biological contamination of the things that we presume to be clean is very widespread.
And while it is very widespread—and we are exposed to a ton of natural and genetically modified bugs—due to poisoning of everything, our microbiomes and our immune systems are not “what they used to be.” So it’s a bit of a double whammy. And yet, our job is to prevail!
Reiterating a few points
I believe that a lot of “mysterious” sickness that has been exploding over the past decades (including skyrocketing dementia and autism) can be attributed not just to the all-pervasive business model based on ruthless poisoning— but also to the under-the-radar microbes, such as molds and other fungi, protozoans, not-so-friendly bacteria, and other living creatures who are very prevalent in the westerners’ bodies but capitalize on the myth of cleanliness in the westerners’ minds. Those bugs can lie low for a long time and then attack in earnest when the person gets old, overly stressed, overly poisoned or irradiated, gets another infection, etc. And then they say, “oh, he is old, what do you expect?”
When it comes to vaccines, the unsanitary abyss offers a unique way to harm. When a biologically contaminated substance is injected into one’s arm, the contamination can very easily get straight into the bloodstream, bypassing the body’s natural guards. Furthermore, in case of COVID mRNA vaccines, they are immunosuppressive by design to prevent the body from nuking the foreign genetic material—and so if a lucky bug is accidentally injected straight into the bloodstream alongside immunosuppressive components—that is one lucky bug!
In next few years, the amount of people who can productively work and use their bodies and brains in the “old normal way” will likely significantly decrease. Now is a very good time for soul searching, exploring and learning the old ways of medicine, and remembering that there is a meaning to all this.
There is a meaning to all this. There is meaning to this journey. And maybe, remembering the old-forgotten ways of medicine is not such a bad thing.
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