As the injuries and deaths associated with the vaccinations continue to rise, despite the radio silence from the corporate media on the subject, still more disturbing information comes to light.
The Japanese Ministry of Health reports that they have discovered metallic particles in the Moderna vaccine. It should be pointed out, however, that they did not discover this at all. They claim to have made this determination by subjecting vials of the substance to magnetic fields. In so doing, they say they found that the vaccine responds to magnets the way a viscous fluid impregnated with metals would. But the truth is that vaccine recipients documenting the aftereffects of their jabs are the real discoverers of the Moderna vaccine’s magnetic properties.
Moderna, whose name is inspired by the mRNA technology they have been eager to bring to market for years, has admitted that they have had complaints about particulates in their vaccines. They also claim that no safety or efficacy complaints have been forthcoming. But they will. Just wait.
The pharmaceutical company released a statement saying, “The company is investigating the reports and remains committed to working transparently and expeditiously with its partner, Takeda, and regulators to address any potential concerns.”
Of course they are.
As a result of the analysis, a full lot of the vaccination has been decommissioned as an act of caution. Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga told reporters that he has instructed the Ministry of Health to make safety their top priority, and reassured the public that the removal of the vaccine stock won’t slow the nation’s efforts to vaccinate the population. Wonderful.
The Ministry of Health’s discovery is not due so much to their rigorous scientific investigation of the vaccine. Rather it was spurred on by members of the public who reported on social media that magnets would stick to the site of the jab after vaccination. A viral video was produced in which numerous recent vaccination recipients applied magnets to the site of the jab and the magnets would readily adhere to the site.
For clarity, the magnets were applied to bare skin on the round part of the shoulder. So there is little chance that anyone could fake such a thing without surgically implanting a large piece of metal right under the skin — which, of course, is clearly not the case. You can see the video here. You will be able to see within the first 20 seconds that the people displaying their magnetic jab sites are not perpetrating a fraud.
These are common people simply documenting something they find strange and disturbing. They are not stridently anti-vaccine, as demonstrated by the fact that they all got the jab.
The response of the Japanese government is simply damage control in the face of video evidence that they cannot deny. The only real good to come of this is not the removal of some of the poisonous stock from Japanese warehouses. It is the dose of truth that has come to light as a result of the disturbing video evidence.
On a lighter note, Moderna stock prices dropped dramatically as a result.