Pfizer Covid Jab Contaminated With DNA At 354 Times Permissible Limit

Written by Michael Johnson.

A recent peer-reviewed study has revealed that the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine, known commercially as Comirnaty, contains levels of DNA contamination up to 354 times the limit recommended by global health regulators, including the World Health Organization (WHO). This alarming discovery was made by German researchers Brigitte König and Jürgen O. Kirchner, who have raised significant concerns about the methods used to test for impurities in the vaccine. The findings highlight a critical oversight in the vaccine’s production and testing phases, potentially posing serious health risks.

The study points to possible dangers such as insertional mutagenesis, where the insertion of new genetic material could inadvertently activate cancer-promoting genes. These concerns are not just theoretical but are based on measurable and significantly elevated levels of DNA contaminants found in the vaccine samples analyzed. König and Kirchner’s research underscores the urgency of reevaluating how vaccines are tested and regulated, particularly when they are fast-tracked under emergency conditions.

Kirchner, who first warned of these risks in his 2022 book “The mRNA Machine,” under the pen name David O. Fischer, detailed the potential dangers associated with the DNA contamination of BioNTech’s vaccine. His investigations are supported by documents from the European Medical Agency, which acknowledge the issue but have previously not quantified the risk to the public.

Regulatory Oversight and Quality Control Concerns

The issues brought forth by Kirchner and König go beyond the mere presence of contaminants; they also cast a spotlight on the adequacy of the regulatory oversight by bodies like the Paul Ehrlich Institute (PEI), Germany’s vaccine regulator. In a bold move, Kirchner sent an analysis of five unopened vials of the BioNTech vaccine, conducted by Professor König, to the PEI, revealing the massive DNA contamination. This analysis led to an urgent call for the withdrawal of Comirnaty from the market, a plea encapsulated in a detailed letter to the German health authorities.

Kirchner’s critique of the PEI extends to their methods of quality control—or the lack thereof. According to him, the PEI’s reliance on “visual inspection” of vaccine vials is grossly inadequate for detecting DNA or protein contaminants. This method is suited only for spotting larger, more visible impurities, such as foreign objects that might fall into a vial during filling, but not for the microscopic contaminants that pose significant health risks. The contrast in testing rigor between BioNTech’s mRNA vaccine and other vaccines, like Novavax, which underwent thorough testing for contaminants, raises questions about consistency and thoroughness in regulatory practices.

Furthermore, Kirchner’s communications with the PEI and the German Minister of Health underscore a potential conflict of interest or at least a concerning level of collaboration between the regulator and BioNTech, which could influence regulatory decisions. This relationship, according to Kirchner, may affect the impartiality required for rigorous vaccine evaluation.

Our Take

The findings of DNA contamination in the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine at levels far exceeding acceptable limits represent a serious public health concern that necessitates immediate and transparent action from health regulators worldwide. The implications of such findings are profound, not only because of the potential health risks but also due to the possible erosion of public trust in vaccines and health governance.

It is imperative that regulatory bodies uphold the highest standards of vaccine safety, especially when the global population is involved. The discrepancies in testing and quality control between different types of COVID-19 vaccines call for a standardized, stringent, and transparent approach to ensure that all vaccines meet safety criteria without any preferential treatments. Only through rigorous testing, transparent methodology, and unbiased regulatory review can we ensure the safety and efficacy of vaccines distributed to the public.

This situation also serves as a critical reminder of the importance of oversight and accountability in health regulation. As we move forward, it is crucial that all stakeholders, from pharmaceutical companies to regulatory agencies, are held to the highest standards of ethical practice and scientific rigor.

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