Based on page 14 of the EMA’s August 2021 report, Pfizer’s report to the EMA made it clear that it knowingly allowed dangerous components in its vaccines.
The COVID-19 vaccine from Pfizer contains “truncated mRNA,” which are mRNA fragments. In addition to the vaccine’s potentially fatal adverse effects, this is a severe problem. To the surprise of many health authorities, Pfizer presented false mRNA analysis data.
The European Medicines Agency (EMA) raised a “major objection” to shortened mRNA prior to its conditional clearance of the vaccine in December 2020.
You typically think that the chemicals and concentrations in the 10 bottles of whole milk you purchase for your kids at the grocery store will be the same or comparable. Nobody would have anticipated that five of the bottles would contain diluted milk while the remaining five would contain yogurt.
Due to legislation and quality control, most store-bought meals exceed our standards. The pharmaceutical sector, which includes vaccination goods, follows the same standards.
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Over several batches of pharmaceutical or vaccine products, we anticipate the constant physical and chemical characteristics of the essential constituents. Patients and customers can have faith in the security and efficacy of pharmaceuticals because of consistency.
To guarantee product safety and uniformity between batches, the CMC process, which stands for chemistry, manufacturing, and controls, entails developing manufacturing procedures and product requirements that must be adhered to. For a drug or vaccine to be approved by international health authorities, this requirement must be met.
A standard chemical product’s quality can be controlled rather easily, but with a biological product like an mRNA, things get trickier.
What Is Truncated mRNA? Why Does it Matter?
Our DNA comprises nucleotide-based gene codes. Proteins are created by DNA from amino acids. Messenger RNA (mRNA) serves as a “translator,” a link between the gene code and protein.
The complete mRNA sequence from the Pfizer vaccine encoding the advanced protein is 4284 nucleotides.
In order to stimulate translation into a spike protein, it has a 5′ CAP structure. It functions similarly to a car’s ignition box. A stop codon, which functions like a car’s brakes, is present at the conclusion of the translatable area, also known as the open reading frame. A shortened mRNA is unable to provide a “brake” signal if it lacks a stop codon. The process of translating proteins will never stop.
Human health is severely harmed by the stop codon missing in truncated mRNA. It might result in the creation of toxic protein products.
Pfizer’s COVID-19 Vaccine Contains Truncated mRNA
All pharmaceuticals, including medicines and vaccines, intended for human use in Europe must have approval from the EMA. The EMA committee in charge of interpreting the agency’s opinions is called the Committee for Medicinal Products for Human Use (CHMP).
The EMA asked Pfizer to remedy the contaminants of its vaccine product, which the EMA report referred to as “truncated and modified mRNA,” in an assessment report (pdf below) with the EMA assessment code EMA/CHMP/448917/2021.
Based on a screenshot from page 14 of the EMA’s August 2021 report, Pfizer’s report to the EMA made it abundantly evident that Pfizer’s vaccine included contaminants, as shown by “Peak 1” in the graph below.
The EMA required Pfizer to submit monthly data on the possibility of creating spike proteins or peptides with shortened amino acids or other proteins or peptides that could lead to autoimmune diseases as a result of molecular mimicry processes. A deadline of July 2021 was set, and an interim report was due in March of that same year.
Pfizer Submitted Digitized Western Blot Figures to FDA and EMA
Researchers can confirm the size and abundance of a protein of interest by using the “Western blot” approach to identify particular proteins.
The EMA required Pfizer-BioNTech to submit experimental data to show that truncated COVID-19 vaccine RNA would not form fragment proteins due to worries that the wrong spike protein could cause unintended harm.
Every mRNA product intended for human use must fulfill the EMA’s request, which is a fundamental and minimal issue.
Nevertheless, as this is the first time mRNA has been used as a prophylactic vaccine for a sizable population, a quality problem has also arisen. We don’t know if there was ever a regulatory quality standard in place to control the threat posed by truncated mRNAs.
Below are three more illustrations of Western blots that Pfizer submitted to the EMA in 2021.
The shortened mRNA in Peak 1 does not produce proteins in vitro, according to one Western blot. Based on a snapshot taken from page 19 of the EMA report, the annotated figure below was created. The Western blots, on the other hand, are digital or computational results that resemble those that were revealed in December 2020.
The Western blots are computer-generated data, however, Pfizer utilized the two graphs below to demonstrate that full-length transcripts require Poly(A) for expression. Based on screenshots from page 18 of the August 2021 EMA report, the annotated figure below was created.
Global regulatory organizations, including at least the FDA, EMA, and Australia’s Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA), received fake Western blots from Pfizer.
How Do We Know These Western Blots Are Not Real?
The first stage in the Western blotting technique is to use the molecular biological procedure known as “gel electrophoresis” to separate the proteins in a sample.
Since various proteins have varied molecular weights and sizes, they will move from one pole to the other in the same electric field at varying speeds, much like runners in a race.
The proteins are arranged in a single line at the beginning, much like in a 400-meter race. Smaller proteins move more quickly than larger ones over time, and as a result, different proteins progressively split into what are known as “bands” at various sites. Similar to what happens in a 400-meter race, where competitors are separated one after another based on their speed.
The rate of protein transfer, the amount of time the samples are incubated, and the number of antibodies are all factors that affect how Western blots look.
Western blots are therefore never completely accurate; there are always some aberrations.
Western blots often bleed with a tail and have rounded edges, and uneven bars. They also tend to “smile” (bend upward at the edges). They are frequently brought on by salt in the samples or by an abundance of proteins carrying electric charges, which alters the strength of the electric field in the area and impairs migration.
The Western blot graph from the 2021 EMA report, for instance, seems to be from an actual experiment. The light spots towards the middle of Fig. 8 were most likely caused by a typical artifact, such as an air bubble between the gel and the blot membrane, during the actual experiment. Darker and lighter zones frequently coexist.
The EMA report had only one other Western blot graph that appeared to be from a “real” experiment. Pfizer does not, however, provide an explanation for why it provided the EMA with two sets of Western blot graphs for the same problem in the same report.
Several of the Pfizer-COVID-19 BioNTech’s vaccine-induced spike protein Western blots had what looked to be pristine cleanliness and perfect rectangularity.
All three of the Western blots (figures 5, 6, and 7) mentioned above are clearly false; they are flawlessly regular, with all bands neatly remaining in their respective lanes.
The Lack of Experimental Data Does Not Permit a Definitive Conclusion; Nevertheless, the EMA Approved It
The EMA also stated in the same report that “It is likely that the fragmented species will not result in expressed proteins, due to their expected poor stability and poor translational efficiency (see below). However, the lack of experimental data on the truncated RNA and expressed proteins do not permit a definitive conclusion and need further characterization. Therefore, additional characterization data remain to be provided as a specific obligation (SO1).
Who would accept fabricated reports as valid experimental evidence and rely on them to secure regulatory approval?
Earlier this month, the Pfizer director, who was filmed by Project Veritas, seemed to be worried about vaccine-induced menstrual irregularities.
Yet, the EMA indicated these vulnerabilities were thought to be remedied on pages 22 and 23 of the August 2021 EMA report. How is it thought to be resolved? Was this choice influenced by those fake Western blots?
On December 12, 2020, the EMA granted Pfizer/BioNTech conditional marketing authorization.
Perhaps Pfizer’s complete synthetic mRNA sequence from the Pfizer vaccine encoding the advanced protein is 4284 nucleotides, ties in with Moderna’s Covid-19 nucleotides Gain Of Function virus patented 2013 giving a much better bio-weapon end result, bearing in mind that the US Supreme Court 2013 ruled that anything naturally occurring in the human body is not patentable and anything synthetic and made outside the body, which changes the Genome is – hence the human body the above is injected into is patented to the vaccine maker of choice like a GMO product.
These are untried and untested vaccines after all – not the ideal answer to solve a Gain Of Function Covid-19 nucleotides virus is it?
Long story short- what is the long term intended effect of these synthetic mRNA vaccines and on whom – by Genetic Drivers, existing or not existing, in any specific human body, which determines the end, final result?