Deaths from Substandard and Falsified Vaccines
Some of the most compelling stories of pharmaceutical fraud are those of poisoning.
The following are verbatim paragraphs from the May 20, 2013 publication, Countering the Problem of Falsified and Substandard Drugs. The book addresses cases of pharmaceutical fraud, many of which are large-scale cases of death and injury through direct poisoning from a drug or vaccine that is administered to a population based on the manufacturer’s false claims.
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Per Pfizer’s own documents, submitted to the FDA, the COVID-19 mRNA vaccines cause COVID-19. Despite what experts claim, as of August 23, 2021, there is legal precedent and standing for those who have been injured by Pfizer’s mRNA vaccines to bring civil and criminal action against Pfizer.
Pfizer’s November 20, 2020, FDA data submission demonstrates that their mRNA vaccines cause severe disease, yet the COMIRNATY website claims that the COVID-19 mRNA injections protect against severe disease. This is misrepresentation of material evidence and fraud.
Some of the most compelling stories of pharmaceutical fraud are those of frank poisoning. Between November 2008 and February 2009, 84 Nigerian children died from acute kidney failure brought on by the industrial solvent diethylene glycol in teething syrup (Akuse et al., 2012; Polgreen, 2009). The contaminated product, My Pikin, was registered with the Nigerian regulatory authority and made in Lagos, the national manufacturing hub (Akuse et al., 2012). Inspectors traced the problem back to deliberate fraud by a chemical dealer in Lagos, eventually leading to 12 prosecutions (Poisoned teething drug arrests, 2009; Polgreen, 2009)
Deaths from Substandard and Falsified Vaccines
Vaccines are complicated to make, and there are relatively few manufacturers supplying the world market. Vaccines are generally procured in bulk by governments or UN agencies in a supply chain with few intermediaries. Though cases are rare, substandard vaccines can permeate this supply chain. In 1995, during a meningitis epidemic, about 60,000 Nigeriens were injected with water disguised as meningitis vaccine (Cockburn, 2005). The substandard vaccine caused about 2,500 to 3,000 excess deaths (BASCAP, 1996).
More recently, in China, substandard hepatitis B and rabies vaccines killed or sickened about 100 babies (Jia and Carey, 2011). Precise information regarding the event is scarce due to the Chinese government's denial of a connection between the vaccines and the incidents as well as its control over the Chinese media. According to the Associated Press, the original article in the China Economic Times that exposed the scandal stated that four children who died never had a precise diagnosis, but suffered from fevers and convulsions before their deaths; others who became ill were later diagnosed with encephalitis, among other conditions, and some suffered permanent damage (Associated Press, 2010a). About 200,000 doses of substandard rabies vaccine circulated in Jiangsu province in 2010 before a manufacturer recall (Associated Press, 2010b). These vaccines, like the falsified meningitis vaccine used in Nigeria, convey no immunity to the patient. When herd immunity is an important result of vaccination, there is no such benefit to society. Assuming the patients survive injection with nonsterile, unidentified liquids, they are still at risk for death from the disease they were not inoculated against.
Note: Per the data Pfizer submitted to the FDA for the September 17, 2021, VRBPAC meeting, not only do Pfizer’s mRNA vaccines no provide any immunity to SARS-CoV-2, but individuals who receive two (2) mRNA injections have an increased risk of developing COVID-19 over time.
“Assuming the patients survive injection with nonsterile, unidentified liquids, they are still at risk for death from the disease they were not inoculated against.”
Pfizer still has not fully disclosed the ingredients of the COVID-19 mRNA vaccines.
Untreated Disease, Disease Progression, and Death
Medicine is intended to cure patients, or at least to relieve symptoms or slow the progression of a disease. There is also useful information in treatment failure. When prescribing medicines of known content and potency, the clinician may suspect inadequate dosing, drug resistance, or misdiagnosis if the patient does not respond to treatment as expected. These inferences are central to the practice of medicine. The Partnership for Safe Medicines, an American nonprofit, encourages doctors to suspect counterfeit1 drugs in cases of treatment failure (PSM, n.d.), but there is little published evidence to suggest they do so. Advising physicians to consider the possibility of medicine fraud suggests that they have a way to verify it. In parts of the world where such assays are too costly or too technologically complicated to pursue, this information is usually unknowable. Confirmed accounts of drug failure are only a fraction of the larger, mostly invisible, problem.
PUBLIC HEALTH CONSEQUENCES
A reliable, good-quality medicine supply is essential for health, but it is often missing in countries with weak regulatory systems (Ratanawijitrasin and Wondemagegnehu, 2002). The fallout of falsified and substandard medicines includes poisoning, untreated disease, early death, and treatment failure.
Key Findings and Conclusions
Falsified drugs (and vaccines) may contain toxic doses of dangerous ingredients and cause mass poisoning.
Poor-quality medicines compromise the treatment of chronic and infectious diseases, causing disease progression, drug resistance, and death.
The Kingston Report. TRUTH WINS.
From the Book of ROMANS
“Professing to be wise, they became fools, and changed the glory of the incorruptible God into an image made like a corruptible man—who exchanged the truth of God for the lie, and worshiped and served the creature rather than the Creator.
And even as they did not like to retain God in their knowledge, God gave them over to a debased mind, to do those things which are not fitting; backbiters, haters of God, violent, proud, boasters, inventors of evil things….undiscerning, untrustworthy, unloving, unforgiving, unmerciful;”
Background Information on Book Cover
The cover of the book is an image from the Antikamnia Chemical Company calendar.