Some vaccine companies renamed their Quality Control (QC) department into Quality 'Compromise' department......
I am sure many of you watched the recent expert hearing on DNA contamination of mRNA vaccines organized by the WCH: Urgent Expert Hearing on Reports of DNA Contamination in mRNA Vaccines (worldcouncilforhealth.org)
I once worked at a well-known vaccine company as a senior manager in quality control. In fact, that's how I began my career in the vaccine industry. And so, ‘yes’, I was rooted to the spot when I heard about the sloppy work of Pfizer. According to all standards, they have now unquestionably turned the stuff they're marketing for human injection into something that entirely disqualifies as 'vaccines’.
All I can say is that all of this IS completely unprecedented and WAS entirely unthinkable of in what now seems to have been the ‘good old days’ of the modern vaccine industry.
Pfizer is known to have a highly dubious background. I got to know them quite well shortly before the Covid-19 crisis started as I had been working for about a full year to prepare a cross-examination on their behalf at the High Court in London. They are newcomers to the vaccine arena and making dirt of their own nest. They have consistently attempted to compensate for their lack of professional vaccine expertise through cheating and mala fide practices. The process of emergency use authorization has widely opened the door to their malicious and deceitful way of doing business and making significant profits.
In the past, Pfizer incurred substantial expenses due to multiple lost lawsuit cases and litigations. Here, they have ‘successfully’ taken advantage of the lack of vigilance and the corruption of regulatory bodies, which have been pressured by the WHO, to dominate the market, even though doing so required them to violate all the well-established rules of quality control (QC) and the guidelines on vaccine characterization, including those related to impurities in the vaccine formulation.
As far as vaccines are concerned, I can assure you that the QC specifications and accompanying standard operating procedures (SOPs) are ‘normally’ very strict and stringent, especially concerning hazardous impurities/ contaminants/ residuals such as LPS, residual DNA, foreign proteins, and residual purification agents like detergents, among others. All of this is typically treated with the utmost seriousness and is detailed in international and national guidelines and recommendations. The removal of contaminants/ residuals from the vaccine bulk and final product is indeed a significant concern for manufacturers, as you will discover from the numerous documents available over the past two decades on this topic (e.g., https://www.vaccineseurope.eu/wp-content/uploads/2012/12/EVM-Safety-Assessment-of-Residuals-and-Contaminants-in-Vaccines-update-Final-Version-FIN.pdf).
Consistency is equally critical. Any batch that fails to meet the stringent specifications and narrow range for impurities will and must be rejected. This results in a substantial financial loss, which is why these specifications and accompanying SOPs are treated with great seriousness.
I bet that more ‘professional’ vaccine companies like Merck, GSK, and Sanofi have been pleased to see Pfizer testing the proof of concept (PoC) of mRNA vaccines on the human population to decide whether or not they want to invest in this technology (in which case they will make sure the pilot and large-scale manufacturing processes are properly bridged and meticulously monitored and controlled!).
There's no doubt that Pfizer’s willful negligence will result in a significant blow to the company on all fronts and ruin them financially. No entity is likely to support this kind of disgusting practice.
While the proof-of-concept of their mRNA technology has clearly failed and lawsuits could soon destroy the company, other companies are already benefiting from their failure as they will have learned that no single emergency authorization will ever again allow vaccine companies to compromise the long-standing safety standards. These standards all begin with a thorough analysis and characterization of the vaccine formulation and the consistency of the process. In the vaccine field, it is widely acknowledged that the process defines the product.
Unfortunately, the return to proper conduct will not help all those who have been harmed by the irresponsible business practices of the mRNA vaccine manufacturers.
I usually don't discuss the aspects highlighted above because my focus has primarily been on the adverse consequences of MASS vaccination during this pandemic. However, on this exceptional occasion, I felt the need to do so as I believe that people should learn firsthand from a vaccinologist who has worked in the vaccine industry for nearly 15 years that quality control (QC) in the vaccine industry is taken very seriously - unlike what opportunistic mRNA vaccine manufacturers have demonstrated to the world….
In the meantime, let's not forget, however, about the ongoing evolution of the virus; neither 'clean' Covid-19 mRNA vaccines nor infection-prevention measures nor lawsuits, nor prayers will be able to put a halt to the worrisome spread of immune-evasive, highly infectious Omicron descendants. What worries me most is that our public health authorities have no plan for when things are going wrong….
There is no greater impotence in all the world like knowing you are right and
that the wave of the world is wrong, yet the wave crashes upon you. – Norman Mailer