Identification of microtechnology found in Cansino, Pfizer, AstraZeneca, Sinopharm, and Sputnik vaccination vials

January 30, 2022

In an exclusive presentation to the Chilean radio station El Mirador del Gallo, Argentine doctor Martín Monteverde presented the analyses carried out by researchers behind the Corona2Inspect blog on the microtechnology found in Cansino, Pfizer, AstraZeneca, Sinopharm, and Sputnik vaccination vials.

As research progresses, it becomes more and more evident that the substance they call a vaccine is an advanced technology designed to perform functions completely unrelated to immunization.

Orwell City brings into English the key excerpt from Dr. Monteverde's presentation.

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Dr. Martín Monteverde: Alright. We really take advantage, Jorge, of your channel to thank the scientists of a blog from Europe, a blog called Corona2Inspect, because they analyzed our images. 

And they have been studying for some time this whole issue of nanotechnology, which is a topic... Well, for those of us who aren't familiar with it, it's absolutely new. But they have been investigating it with scientific articles, and they have been making small comments on our images. If you want, we can look at them. 

So, about that image you see there... Do you see it? It says, "Image of what may be a single-walled carbon micro or nanotube that may have some pores in which case..." 

There could also be some other material, some other metal in there. And there's the technological designation there, which is SWCNT. Of course, these are all small nanotechnology compounds. If you want to, show the next one. 

That one too. That rare image that we found. 

There are a lot of images of this one in the literature. And well, Dr. Campra also found similar images. But here, these scientists explain it to you. It says, "This image shows what would be a single-walled carbon nanotube that's split by the effect of a precursor material at the branching point."  

This too. We can move on to the next one. Well, this was one of the images that surprised us the most. That rectangular image you see down there. It says, Also compatible with those observed by Dr. Campra, it could act as a graphene/hydrogel transistor. 

It continues, "It's unknown whether it's fully formed or not. Scientists that are familiar with this subject say that all these parts eventually self-assemble inside the body and form more complex circuits."  They say, for example... Here they say that they don't know if it's finished or if it was being assembled. They say we would have to wait about seven days. Let's continue. 

Well, that image... Yes. It's similar too. A carbon microtube would be the correct designation. We were calling it a graphene ribbon because we knew it was graphene from the similar images we were looking at before we looked under the microscope. But yes, the correct name is carbon microtube. It's graphene after all, isn't it? We can move on to the next one. Yeah. Well, look at this. Those are two pieces, aren't they? Two pieces of a microcircuit in the picture that we took. And there next to that's what the microcircuit would be. That's already described. This is very striking. 

Jorge Osorio: These things eventually self-assemble, right, Martín? 

Dr. Martín Monteverde: Yes, yes. This would then apparently assemble itself by that teslaphoresis mechanism, which is like a mechanism, in a way, magnetic as well. They self-assemble and form larger and larger circuits. More complex. Yes. Obviously, they put a lot of these little parts in vials. 

Jorge Osorio: This is Cansino. 

Dr. Martín Monteverde: Yes, it is. This is a weird structure that we didn't know what was. But we photographed it because it caught our attention. And it says, multi-walled microtubes. And it gives you the specific technological designation. 

And there was a lot of that stuff that you see down there and that looks like little brown sticks in this whole bottom part. A lot! We doubted. We thought at one moment that they could be salts, and that's why we didn't photograph them. But there was a lot... And now that I see it again, it's very similar to what this Argentine doctorwho shared a video the day before yesterday found.Marcelo Dignani. I don't know if you saw it in the video. 

Jorge Osorio: Yes, I did. 

Dr. Martín Monteverde: He's an Argentine doctor who was looking at some vials of COVID vaccines under a microscope at home and he found these same images that were like brown wires or sticks. See? So, he found a lot of them. And so did we. 

Now I remember we found a lot of these, but we thought they weren't graphene. We thought they might be, maybe, rare salts in the Cansino vaccine. We said, Well, it must be some excipient. And that's why it wasn't photographed. But there was a lot of it. This is the same thing that the Argentine doctor found the day before yesterday. And it turns out they're not salts, see? They're single-walled microtubes. And there's the technological designation.

So, in the end, it's all graphene. There is a lot of this. Well, there... That X-ray... That slide, sorry. This is a structure that caught our attention because it was a black, solid structure, which was there as if it was floating, somehow. And... 

Jorge Zamora: Excuse me, Martín, what size, more or less, are we talking about? 

Dr. Martín Monteverde: It may be a little more than, perhaps, 200 microns or a little more in length. Width, much less. Well, there it is. An object, evidently, which they call micronator. That has a function too, for sure. It says, A hydrogel microtape combined with graphene. No transparency is observed. Right. It's a solid object. It really caught our attention. Of those with this very defined shape, it was the only one we saw. But we saw others that had the same aspect or with undefined or rocky looking borders. But this was the only such image we saw. 

Well, this other object is clearly very rectangular, very artificial. That's... How do you explain that that's inside a vaccine? 

It says, Graphene transistor. This type of object can correspond to intra-body nano-communication network electronics. A graphene transistor usually has a rectangular shape and consists of a few layers of graphene and other materials, such as a sandwich hydrogel. 

That one... It's also known in the scientific literature as a graphite meniscus. We used to call it little rocks, but now we're learning that it's called graphite meniscus. 

Yes, and Dr. Campra indeed found quite a picture of these as well. He says they would act as electrodes. Notice that each moving part has a function. This other image is also strange and rectangular. It says, That one too. They see it... They, who are used to it, say that it's forming and that it would be a few days away. It says it's a circuit, but it's being formed. It says, "Some type of transistor or element of the nano-network isn't yet defined. It requires time."  Of course, maybe, a few more days. This, inside the body, in the blood... All these materials are developing and self-assembling. 

Well, this image was another one that caught our attention because it's an image that has something built inside. And it's an image that's something artificial. That's a little artificial artifact. That was our only intuition. Then we see in the scientific literature, that in the same way, it would be a kind of half-formed circuit, which is still being formed. It says that one can see there some of the intermediate layers of its structure. And the image gives an example of what this circuit would look like, right? 

That one, well... That one also has like those little sticks. We knew it was graphene, but it says that these little sticks form a kind of mesh. And it talks about liquid graphene, beads, and polycrystalline graphite. And they call this structure a graphite meniscus. Another artificial structure is also rectangular in shape. We, to tell you the truth, were very surprised to find this. We didn't expect it. 

Although just the last week of December, Ricardo had seen this and published a report about it. When we found this, we were also shocked. Another object that's under construction. A microcircuit under construction. Well, those that looked like little snakes or little worms also caught our attention. They looked like microbubbles lined up, but... 

Those little worms also caught our attention. Dr. Campra had also photographed something similar. It says... "And a translucent tube is formed inside which these dots or microbubbles are added."  We found those microbubbles in all the samples. It says "they're actually precursor materials to form..."  And that's where he gives you the technological name of the little worm. 

From these objects, there's assimilation and growth of the microtube. And the addition of other precursors. They add up. And the result is carbon nano-octopuses or micro-octopuses. So it's also a forming structure. And it says that those little worms appear in the photograph. And it's true. They appear near this more rocky formation that, in the case of Dr. Campra, there was also the little worm. And near the little worm, there was this formation called meniscus. It can be seen that they have a relationship in that assembly that they make later. Impressive, impressive. 

Jorge Osorio: Now, Martín, excuse me for asking you a question in the heat of, let's say, showing the images. Can you tell us what other indescribable particles you found? I remember, and you and Jorge know about this, that Dr. Pablo Campra had said that he found structures in the study that were, let's say, indescribable. He couldn't describe what other things there were, let's say, inside the study of the vials. Did the same thing happen to you? 

Dr. Martín Monteverde: We... I tell you the truth. Our microscope came with a magnification of... We used 10x, 20x, which in reality you have to add 10 more for the binocular. So, it would be 100x, 200x, and 400x. Those were our magnifications. With that, you can't reach the tiniest particles. Much less the nanoparticles, which are the ones that Campra says he cannot find an explanation for. Our microscope has its limitations. It doesn't have its own camera either. But more than anything else, it doesn't have a high magnification. However, you could see these structures, which are, let's say, fat or thick structures. Or very, very large structures, very obvious to be present there. 

This one we call graphene ribbons because we saw a lot of them. We also saw that they were in the literature and in the Campra report. But it's true. They look like ribbons, but there they make the clarification and say they are tubular objects. Single-walled carbon microtube. And being formed, too. Notice, they're being formed. We found a lot of these in all the vials. Some even looked like the leg of an insect. I think we're going to see it now. It's just right there. Take a look. 

That too. They're cylindrical carbon tubes bent on themselves. And you can also see that they're structures that then form. And it also has a name. It has a defined technological name, which is down there. After this picture on the side, which looks like.. Like an agglutination. We thought it was an agglutination of microbubbles. And it says, AstraZeneca presents several methods of micro and nanotube growth. And it can also grow like that, like a hood. Yes, but ultimately, notice that it's all graphene, all carbon. Different structures, but... There you see a microcircuit as well. Something weird and rectangular. And which is being formed. 

Well, that object... That object is really weird. Look at its shape. This is obviously something... It's shaped like a transistor or a micro antenna like the picture says there. Yes. This is something electronic. It's clearly an electronic component. So we found a lot of graphenes in different shapes and a lot of electronic components. 

Well, that's a weird structure too, because notice that inside there are two pretty perfect rectangles. It says, It has the peculiarity of having a rectilinear structure. It could be a FET transistor, a field-effect transistor. 

This one. Let's see. What we saw in that structure was what we call the graphene rocks. That formation there looks like a pebble. But it says that the correct name is the following. Fractals are formed that could act as plasmonic antennas in the Terahertz band. It's the rock. That's what you see as a rock. The other thing you see below looks like it's tree-like, bush-like. That's the beginning of the drying. When the drop starts to dry some salts start to crystallize. The drop begins to dry and that's what's formed. That bush-like formation develops, right? At the moment of drying. It was precisely when the drying started. So... So that could be seen. 

Well, this photo caught our attention, but we didn't know what it was. But we were very struck by those square shapes. That's not the drying of salt. The drying rather of salt would correspond with what I showed you in the previous image, of a bush. But this... Finding these shapes so square, so rectangular when it dries it's really striking. We didn't know what they were. It says, A chain of quadrangular structures as already observed in Campra's image can be seen, in which you can see the formation of holes or complex structures in its interior. 

It's true. It has like sinks or little dots. They could be compatible with more complex electronic structures. We saw a lot of these structures. There's this photo, but we took three or four. There was a lot of this too.

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