Dr. Robin Wakely, PhD, Nano-Emulsion Technology Expert, Examines Pfizer Jab Under the Microscope

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Dr. Robin Wakely, PhD, Nano-Emulsion Technology Expert, Examines Pfizer Jab Under the Microscope

by Dr. Sam Bailey and Dr. Mark Bailey
March 22, 2022


We’ve seen the unbelievable microscopy images of the experimental jabs from other investigators around the world, but we wanted to see it for ourselves! There are now 4 teams working on this in New Zealand and Dr Robin Wakeling has agreed to go public with his findings.

He compares the Pfizer jab to other vaccines and discusses the startling findings with Dr Mark Bailey.


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Excerpts from transcript provided by Truth Comes to Light:

Dr. Sam Bailey:

For the past two years humanity has been under attack. And entire populations have been put under draconian restrictions under the claim that there is a pandemic.

For those of us that can see there is no evidence of a virus, the war on humanity is even more egregious.

However, within the wider circle of those questioning the covid narrative, a common theme is that something is badly wrong with the offered solution in the form of experimental vaccines.

By early 2020 globalist organizations were indicating the rollout of their touted universal vaccines and an injection in every arm.

In 2021 citizen scientists began examining the injections under the microscope and the revelations was startling.

At the forefront of the research has been the La Quinta Columna team who have produced many light and electron micrograph images, as well as detailed analysis of self-assembling particles, graphene components and potential nanotechnology.

Here in New Zealand we also have several teams who have backed up these findings.

Of course, there have been dismissals that we are just seeing artifacts or, in a sense, crystals.

That’s why we asked Dr. Robin Wakeling, a senior microbiologist and nano-emulsion delivery technology expert, to perform his own analysis of the Pfizer BioNtech product.

He joined my husband, Dr Mike Bailey, to explain the behavior of the product under the microscope. Over time and under the influence of various environmental factors, he compares his findings to known colloidal structures and other vaccines.

And, as the other investigators around the world, reaches some disturbing conclusions.

Dr. Mark Bailey

Welcome everyone. I’m doctor Mark Bailey in Christchurch, New Zealand, and it’s my pleasure to be speaking with Dr Robin Wakeling, coming in from Wellington, New Zealand.

Robin is a microbiologist, PhD and world expert in decay and mold forensics. He’s supervised polymerase chain reaction research and been a vocal critic of the pseudoscience taking place in the alleged covid pandemic.

Robin has thousands of hours of microscopy experience and has previously been involved in the development of patented nano- emulsion delivery technologies. So what better person to take a look at the Pfizer BioNTech products up close?

Now we’ve seen from some of the electromicroscopy images, coming in from other countries such as Spain and Germany, which have demonstrated that the injections contain what appear to be undeclared constituents including graphene oxide, and what could be interpreted as being nanotechnology.

Today we’re gonna take a look at the Pfizer products under the light microscope for ourselves and see how it behaves on a slightly larger scale and how perhaps that coheres to the overseas proceeds findings.

So Robin I’ll hand over to you and perhaps you can stop by telling the audience what kind of microscope you’re using and the grades of magnification we’re looking at.

Dr. Robin Wakeling

Okay, thanks Mark. Yes I use a compound light microscope with a basic magnification of 650 although the software that puts it on the computer screen sort of doubles that approximately.

I use phase contrast most of the time. A couple of the images are using bright field and polarized light.

And then I included a few images of other workers which were dark field. But most of my work was with phase contrast. And the magnification and scale, I’ll remind the audience of as we go through.

Okay, so the overarching theme of this presentation is what …. are the undisclosed ingredients in Comirnaty. We know that there are at least two declared undisclosed ingredients.

In other words they’re just coded. We don’t know what they are on the basis that they are proprietary excipients. So we know that there are some unknowns and possibly some undeclared unknowns also.

So that’s really the overarching question that we’re addressing.


There are three main findings of the microscopic images that we’re producing or suggesting — the key findings.

So the first one is that the lipid nanoparticles that are contained in Comirnaty — and I’ll explain what LNPs are in a moment — but it appears that they are continuing to self assemble in a way that forms much larger colloidal structures of some highly varied and somewhat rarefied forms.

The second main key finding was that these colloidal structures then seem to change their form in response to collision with interfaces like the glass surfaces of the microscope, preparations, or air bubbles, or other interfaces — whereby they start to take on a much more structured and unnatural formation with a lot of straight lines and right angles — sort of things that don’t usually occur in nature outside of crystallography.

And what we’re going to be showing most of the time has some profound differences to crystal structure. So we’ll cover that too.

And so the third finding, which is where the other two kind of lead to, and it’s where other workers have sort of jumped into the deep end with some of the dark field work that’s been done.

These right-angled sheets and wires seem to form colloidal structures… in some situations, where it appears that some environmental triggers are involved….

They seem to order themselves in a highly-ordered complex way — a way that is quite unusual. Certainly not something that the people who are looking at this have seen before. And these are people who should be familiar with this sort of thing…

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