In an Australian Senate hearing, it has emerged that Pfizer Australia ordered its own vaccines for its employees to keep them out of the government’s vaccination program. This raises questions about which other groups have received specially tailored vaccines.

We have previously written about the Danish study that shows significant disparities between different batches of Pfizer’s vaccine. The number of serious side effects reported varied so dramatically between different batches of the vaccine that it most likely has to be explained by extremely inconsistent vaccine quality.

Only 4.2 percent of vaccine batches were life-threatening.

The batches were divided into three categories: No side effects, frequent side effects, and very frequent side effects. 71 percent of hospitalizations, life-threatening illnesses, permanent disabilities, and deaths were reported from only 4.2 percent of the vaccine batches.

Now, it is revealed in an Australian Senate hearing that Pfizer Australia ordered a special batch of vaccines for its own employees to keep them out of the government’s vaccination program. In light of the Danish investigation, this raises several questions, including ones of a forensic nature.

What points towards criminal activity is that in the batches where a particularly high number of serious side effects occurred, the vaccine was injected less frequently. This is only possible if someone controlled the distribution of these batches.

Who was aware of the risk? Who controlled the distribution of the different vaccine batches – was it the authorities? The manufacturer? What was injected into my young and healthy friend Øyvind, who left behind three young children when he collapsed during his daily jog?

See and hear for yourself.

The entire Senate hearing is available online. It presents a continuous display of evasions, explanations, and disclaimers of responsibility.

The clip in the tweet confirming that this is not “taken out of context” can be found from 18:05:00.

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