This article reviews some of the publicly available documents on Pfizer’s non-clinical development program and points out its deficiencies, omissions and gaps, which were very obvious, yet were never questioned by the regulators or other health authorities.
This up-to-date document provides a comprehensive risk-benefit analysis of the use of the Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines in children and adolescents. The document also addresses the risk of genotoxicity of the mRNA vaccines, which according to recent experimental evidence of their integration into host cell genomes must be considered urgent.
Metallic contaminations found in vector- and mRNA-based COVID-19 “vaccines”
Here, Dr. Burkhardt gives guidance for conducting autopsies on persons deceased within days to months of vaccination. This document has been updated on .
This paper examines potential fatalities and injuries from the Covid-19 inoculation using an online “Covid-19 Health Experiences Survey” administered to a representative sample of the US population. The estimated inoculation-induced fatalities are about 260,000.
A recent study by Abu-Raddad et al., published in the formerly respectable New England Journal of Medicine, shows that acquired immunity against COVID works very much as it does with other respiratory viruses: it affords relative protection against reinfection and robust protection against severe disease or death.
Dr. Burkhardt and colleagues recently carried out a series of 17 autopsies on persons deceased within days to months of vaccination. They found characteristic lesions in multiple organs, which led them to conclude that the vaccines were likely the cause of death in most patients. Key observations were widespread vasculitis with microthrombi and intense lymphocytic infiltration of multiple organs. Here, Dr. Burkhardt gives guidance for conducting autopsies in similar circumstances.
This paper discusses the recent study by Bansal et al.  on the detection of spike protein in persons vaccinated with the Pfizer mRNA vaccine. The most significant finding is that spike protein is found on exosomes, that is, cell-derived vesicles, for at least four months after the second injection. This surprisingly long persistence raises the prospect of sustained inflammation within and damage to organs which express the spike protein.
This paper demonstrates that the infection decline occurred before implementing any non-pharmaceutical interventions using the infection dates. The authors analyze in detail why the original simulation by Dehning, Zierenberg et al., claiming that lockdown was necessary, was flawed and also pointed out that their conclusion disregarded the reality that lockdown as the countermeasure was ineffective.