Exclusive photos of graphene oxide found in Pfizer, AstraZeneca and Sinovac vaccines

November 06, 2021

The analysis of vials in different countries around the world has gained momentum since Dr. Pablo Campra published the first official report on the real —and undeclared— content of COVID-19 vaccines by laboratories.

Thanks to La Quinta Columna, countries such as Chile and Argentina have joined the cause by analyzing vials of the vaccines administered there. 

In a recent Dirección Correcta program on Radio El Mirador del Gallo, La Quinta Columna was given the first images of the optical microscopy observations of the Pfizer, AstraZeneca, and Sinovac vaccine vials

As in Spain, the result was the same: the presence of the toxic nanomaterial graphene oxide was detected. The characteristics of what can be observed coincide with the literary description of the material.

Below, Orwell City brings the fragment with the exclusive of the advances that are being carried out in Chile.

On a side note: Orwell City continues to work on the translation and subtitling of Dr. Pablo Campra's presentation for La Quinta Columna. It's a long video, but it'll surely be ready within the next few days, as already announced on the web. Patience is requested to all readers and followers, as we are trying to deliver the best version of what the main researcher of La Quinta Columna has exposed.
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Ricardo Delgado: What was I going to say? Let's see the images that you sent, Pablo, about... You have to tell me which vaccines they are. I think I remember that they were Pfizer, AstraZeneca, and Sinovac.

Dr. Sevillano: And Sinovac.

Pablo Salinas: Yes. That's right.

Ricardo Delgado: Okay. Well, let's see it. Well, let's see it. I'll share the screen. Give me a second.

Jorge Osorio: It should be noted that these are, let's say, the first images that have emanated from here, from Chile.

Ricardo Delgado: I think the first one you sent me is this one, maybe. Let's zoom it in. In our humble experience, humble knowledge, this does resemble a graphene nanosheet. José Luis, what do you think? The folds appear.

Dr. Sevillano: I think so. That it is.

Ricardo Delgado: Here we see it on a scale of 10 microns. I think it must be at least 35 to 40 microns long.

Dr. Sevillano: Exactly. And surrounded by particles that could be, perfectly, of the same nature. And these that you have below, further down. I mean... Exactly. They have all the appearance of being so. Of course, they do.

Ricardo Delgado: What Dr. Campra was saying is that, although both are graphene —for example—, the one below has a more lumpy appearance and, therefore, looks darker. This is because, in reality, they're several superimposed nanosheets. It probably doesn't have the same degree of exfoliation as the one we see in the center, which is larger. It's much more likely that, perhaps, the bottom one gives you the more obvious peak to the graphene oxide compared to the top one. Note, too, that the top one is also graphene. This is one of the pictures. Let's look at another one.

Dr. Sevillano: We remind people that this shouldn't be in a vaccine. A lot of people think that if they inject you with something they can also put a cookie or a piece of pistachio. But, hey! Nothing like that should be in a vaccine. Nothing should go in it. It should just be a liquid and that's it. Maybe, some crystallization phenomenon occurs because of the excipients such as salts, sucrose, etc. But, those are not crystals. And people need to know that this should not be in a vaccine. Neither one particle nor eight —as we have been criticized 'there are only eight'—, but here there are not eight. There are more than eight, and they are perfectly identified. But what is there, in a single drop... You never get tired of counting what is in a single drop. And in the vial, there are many drops. And all this is put into the body of the people who are injected. People have to be clear about that.

Ricardo Delgado: This is the second picture that, I think, corresponds to the AstraZeneca vaccine. Likewise, we see a considerable size. About 30 microns. It also looks like graphene, doesn't it?

Dr. Sevillano: It also looks like graphene. Yes.

Ricardo Delgado: It looks like a piece of lime because of the reliefs. Graphene has the characteristic that it folds at its edges and then the fold appears as if it were —as Dr. Campra himself said— a kleenex or a handkerchief at the bottom of a swimming pool. This is the second picture. Let's see another one. Here again, it also looks like graphene.

Dr. Sevillano: The same. It's also similar. And based on the folds, well, they speak volumes about this material. There are folds and there you see it, on the edges. You see how they form folds. You can point them out with the cursor. Yes, yes, that too.

Ricardo Delgado: I think this is Sinovac if I remember correctly, isn't it, Pablo?

Pablo Salinas: I can't see it well from here because I can see it very small from the cell phone, but if you can see more than I can, I think the indication of which vaccine it is is there.

Ricardo Delgado: Well, the scale appears, but not the label. But, in general, they're all COVID vaccines.

Pablo Salinas: Yes.

Ricardo Delgado: I think we've already seen this one, or is it another one?

Dr. Sevillano: It looks like too. No, no, it's another one.

Ricardo Delgado: It's another. It also looks like (graphene). And then... we have this picture, which is very evident.

Dr. Sevillano: Yes, it is. Yes, it may be.

Ricardo Delgado: It is, perhaps, the most evident of all.

Dr. Sevillano: Yes, it's clearer, maybe, than the one before it and the one before it, but it does have the whole look. It's a very good photo. It's crystal clear. C'mon.

Ricardo Delgado: This one that they sent, let's say, has a more lumpy look to it.

Dr. Sevillano: It has a scalloped appearance. This could also be graphene.

Ricardo Delgado: And then, there is one that you sent me of crystals that, right now, I can't find it here. Let's see. This one.

Dr. Sevillano: That's the one.

Ricardo Delgado: This is —when we're already a little bit used to looking with the optical microscope at the effects of crystallization, of evaporation— the drop of the liquid that is introduced. In some parts, it evaporates and, in others, it doesn't. This is more frequently appreciated, precisely, in the famous hydrogel, which is the second line of research, and that we are also going to carry out, especially for those who want to seek the truth and reach the end of it. But in the meantime, the inoculation must be stopped immediately because a toxic substance is being introduced. A potent toxicant. This, then...

Dr. Sevillano: Consider this as something that doesn't attract too much our attention since it may be due to crystallization of the excipients, some salt, or something else. It doesn't attract our attention. On the other hand, the other thing shouldn't be in a vaccine. Crystallization can be seen, but not the other things.

Ricardo Delgado: Not those. That's right. Yes, in fact, the crystals look like this when the liquid evaporates. They look like that, and they form in real-time after 20 or 25 minutes. 

But from what you say, the breakthrough is that the analysis has revealed that these vaccines also contain graphene.

Dr. Sevillano: And that we have been able to see it with an optical microscope. Imagine if we had to rely on spectroscopy to characterize the material. We would have been lost.

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