Batch Codes and Toxicity

17 Minutes

Craig Paardekooper, a pharmaceutical sciences student at Kingston University (London), has been analyzing the data from the VAERS database with some rather interesting findings.

When an adverse event is reported, the vaccine lot number of the shot administered is part of the record. What Craig did was to check for the association between injuries and lot numbers, and has come up with some rather disturbing conclusions.

He believes, based on his findings, that the manufacturers are tracking the effects of various levels of toxicity by using certain batch codes to associate varying vaccine contents in a sort of mass lab-rat style experimentation on the human population. He finds that the vast majority of injuries appear to result from only about 5% of the lots, and in addition, there seems to be some coordination between when each manufacturer releases their most toxic doses.

Perhaps this may explain why a relatively small number of people have severe reactions almost immediately, yet others appear entirely unaffected.

November 4, 2021

 

To check on specific batch codes from your Vaccination Card, see HowBadIsMyBatch.com, or the app at DailyExpose.uk


You can see more of his videos (he adds more frequently) on BitChute.

See also: Targeted Injuries

See also: Placebo Vaccinations

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