A Close Look at the Claims Made by La Quinta Columna Scientists | Whitney Webb w/ Last American Vagabond: Is There Graphene Oxide in the COVID-19 Injections?
TCTL editor’s note: Whitney Webb is fluent in Spanish, has a Bachelors of Science degree in biology and a background working in translation of scientific papers for Chilean university academics. In the interview shared by Ryan Cristian of The Last American Vagabond, she takes a close look at the document provided by La Quinta Columna and she compares and analyzes statements made in a number of La Quinta Columna videos. She points out discrepancies in the information — which clearly shows that we need more research and better documentation, as well as clarity about the source of the La Quinta Columna study and how the information has been presented.
Joining me today is Whitney Webb, here to discuss graphene oxide and the research that has led to the claim that this is present within the COVID-19 injections, specifically Pfizer.
La Quinta Columna’s claims (in English) and their website:
https://odysee.com/@laquintacolumna:8/INTERVIEWWITHTHEFIFTHCOLUMNFORMichelChossudovsky:1 (Global Research Interview in English)
https://www.laquintacolumna.net/ (LQC website)
Pending (not granted) Chinese patents regarding the use of graphene in COVID19 vaccines (none of which are currently on the market):
Links on why graphene is a concern nevertheless:
Graphene research related to COVID:
https://phys.org/news/2021-06-graphene-covid-quickly-accurately.html (US university and graphene for COVID19 testing)
Some Graphene toxicity concerns:
Graphene, BMIs and related tech:
https://scitechdaily.com/new-graphene-sensors-provide-unprecedented-insights-brain-structure/ (DARPA and graphene)
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