Micro- and Nano-Contamination of Vaccines
Anthony Fauci, MD
July 25, 2021
I have several years of graduate training in immunology/molecular biology. In the 1980s, I was enrolled in the PhD program in immunology at the Waksman Institute of Microbiology at Rutgers University. I didn’t complete the PhD in immunology because it interfered too much with my being, simultaneously, a professor of history at Rutgers. (My PhD is in history with a subfield in anthropology from the University of California.)
I saw on the News today that tens of thousands of people rallied in the UK against mandatory vaccines. Same thing happened in a host of French cities over the past weeks. Today, in France, the riots got nasty.
Seems like the world has gone bonkers over vaccines. People are having nightmares about needles injecting stuff in their arm. Madison Avenue and government agencies are working overtime screaming at us to get the jab.
I’m even told the Mayor of Malone was on TV in Plattsburgh a month or so ago, imploring listeners to get vaxxed. When the mayor weighs in, I listen.
I don’t want to get off topic, but have you ever wondered what’s in that hotdog you ate over the weekend at that outdoor barbecue?
Um, let me put it this way: You don’t want to know. Hotdogs taste good, and that’s all you and I care about.
How about vaccines? Ever wondered what’s in them?
You don’t want to know. Nonetheless, I’m going to tell you because, unlike the hotdog, which everyone knows has some shady stuff in it, people are clueless about what’s being injected in their arm or their kid’s arm.
It happens that I’m writing an article on graphene. I’ll be posting it one of these days. While researching graphene I came across a disturbing article published in the
International Journal of Vaccines and Vaccination
This is a reputable journal. Peer-reviewed. The whole 9 yards. Journals like this don’t publish conspiracy theories or crackpot science.
The article was published in 2016, bearing the easily overlooked title, “New Quality-Control Investigations on Vaccines,” although the subtitle was a grabber:
"Micro- and Nano-Contamination."
The article was written by a pair of Italian toxicologists. Their credentials appear to be solid. They evidently wrote it in Italian, which was then translated into English for publication. (The translation is a little clumsy. Clumsiness is standard in science journals when translating a non-English language; it can easily be overlooked.)
The authors used an electron microscope combined with micro-focused x-ray crystallography, which allowed the identification of heavy elements. More specifically, they were able to identify elements like iron from electron scattering patterns when bombarded by x-rays.
Here’s the take-home message:
Vaccinated against Factory Soot?
I wonder what country this crap is being made in?
You can download the article.