EU: MEP wants clarity on graphene in Covid vaccines
Italian MEP Sergio Berlato wants clarity on graphene in the Covid vaccines. He referred to a recent study by Dr. Ricardo Delgado Martin and Dr. Pablo Campra, who claimed to have found graphene oxide in the Covid vaccines by using Micro-Raman spectroscopy.
Published: February 14, 2022, 9:19 am
Berlato further pointed out that in 2018 a team of researchers demonstrated that graphene could convert electrical signals into ultra-short terahertz signals with trillions of cycles per second. The silicon-based electronic components we use today achieve clock speeds of x-gigahertz, where 1 GHz corresponds to 1000 million cycles per second.
The scientists have shown that graphene could convert signals with these frequencies into signals with frequencies a thousand times higher than signals generated with silicon, according to Berlato.
“Graphene is therefore able to absorb radiation, which means it is highly toxic and harmful to human health when this material is included in a vaccine,” the MP noted.
He asked the European Commission whether, given this latest research, it intended to have the presence of graphene in Covid vaccines carefully examined by an independent laboratory.
Spanish emergency physician, Dr. José Luis Gettor, has meanwhile warned against PCR test swabs. Just as other researchers have pointed out that the swabs of this test contain graphene oxide, a nanomaterial that crosses the blood-brain barrier, Gettor pointed out that they also contain ethylene oxide. Ethylene oxide is toxic and causes the burning sensation felt by those who take this test.
“People need to be warned before time runs out… I want to emphasize that people must stop getting swabbed like someone who goes to get their blood pressure taken at an infirmary.
“Swabs are a weapon. They contain a substance developed by military intelligence called ‘DARPA hydrogel’,” he said. On the tip of the swab is a bundle of hollow nylon fibers that contain, among other things, ethylene oxide.
“Ethylene oxide is a poison that’s retained by the hydrogel. But when the swab penetrates the mucosa at 30ºC, the hydrogel melts. And keep in mind that ethylene oxide boils at 10,4ºC. That’s why it’s so painful. That’s why it’s so stinging. Because once the hydrogel melts, ethylene oxide is released and generates an ulcer at the bottom of the rhino pharynx.”
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