Vial serial number ploy to increase vaccine harms
How could vaccines be used to kill, disable, and sterilize without people figuring it out? (Updated 6/26/22)
Could a group harm or kill billions of people in a vaccine bioweapon operation without people being able to prove it?
Yes. Two things are sufficient:
1) No large control group of unvaccinated people for comparison
2) Preventing vaccine vials from being traceable by serial number, such that distribution of “hot” (harmful) vials could change to alter incidence of adverse effects
Operators appear to be aiming for both of these.
1. No significant number of unvaccinated people
If a large number of unvaccinated people — a control group, in essence — exists to compare to a group of vaccinated people experiencing substantial vaccine harms, it is statistically hard to hide differences between these groups. Vaccine problems are easily detectable in this case.
But if the unvaccinated group is small in comparison to the jabbed group, any differences in the incidence of adverse effects might not reach statistical significance. It’s easy in that case for leaders to blame vaccine harms on something else, like viral breakthrough infections.
How does a bioweapon operation get unvaccinated numbers down? By harsh vaccine mandates and vaccine passports that prevent people from eating, working, or traveling without taking a vaccine. This coerces most people to get the jab and leaves behind a very small unvaccinated group.
We’re seeing that now, worldwide.
2. Changes in adverse effects from untraceable vaccine vial distribution
If a vaccine company says its vaccine formulation is staying constant, but death rates among the vaccinated from, say, strokes or heart attacks are rising gradually over time, it’s easy for leaders to claim the vaccines couldn’t be responsible.
But if vaccine vials are untraceable because they have no serial numbers, bioweapon operators can increase vaccine harms over months or years by distributing, among apparently less harmful vials, an increasing proportion of harmful vials that kill, disable, or sterilize people.
James Hill, MD @jhillmd1/ Previously hidden from the public, a vaccine contract with all member states of the European Commission says the “vaccine shall not be serialized,” meaning vials cannot be identified by serial numbers. https://t.co/ax6PoxPcte
These harmful vials can include variations in the types or concentrations of active ingredients, carriers, adjuvants, or adulterants, to achieve any combination of ill effects.
The perpetrators can simply increase the ratio of toxic vials to less harmful ones over time to increase the incidence of damaging vaccine effects. Believing a vaccine formulation hasn’t changed, people will conclude the increased harms must be due to something else.
Vial serial numbers forbidden
Pfizer’s vaccine contracts allegedly demand that potentially all countries, and certainly at least the 27 member states of the European Union, not serialize (i.e., not put serial numbers on) vaccine vials.
MomAtArms @mom_at_armsKnowledge is power, which is why it’s important to stick with facts and data over emotions and agenda pushing garbage that ignores facts and data. Take, for instance, contracts Pfizer has with the European Union. The redacted version vs the recently unredacted version https://t.co/zKfjXm3pb9
The public, redacted EU contract is here.
The unredacted version of the EU contract is here.
This policy contravenes the US Drug Supply Chain Security Act, going into full effect by 2023:
The Drug Supply Chain Security Act (DSCSA), signed into law on November 27, 2013, aims to enhance the FDA’s ability to protect consumers by identifying and removing counterfeit and dangerous medicines/products from the U.S. pharmaceutical supply chain.
The DSCSA stipulates that by 2023, the U.S. will have an electronic, interoperable system that will be able to monitor the movement of prescription drugs from manufacturing to dispensation.
To operationalize this objective, the DSCSA requires that manufacturers imprint, in human readable form, a product identifier to each package and case of a product that they intend to introduce into the supply chain.
In addition, the product identifier must include the National Drug Code, Serial Number, Lot Number and Expiration date encoded within a 2D barcode.
Product serialization is a key building block and enabler of traceability; in the public health context, traceability can support improved recall capabilities and the ability to validate the authenticity of pharmaceutical products.
These gains, however, are highly dependent on the integration and interoperability of information systems and processes.
Leaders and the media are ignoring this issue, perhaps hoping you won’t notice it.
We should remain vigilant as global vaccine enforcement is increasingly coercive, a sign we are under biowarfare attack.
If deaths, disabling illness, miscarriages, or impaired fertility increases, be on the lookout for this untraceable “hot” vaccine vial distribution strategy.