I’ve heard this idea going around for the last year or so. It makes sense to me when you look at the How Bad is My Batch website. The below article is interesting and worth the read.
Debunking the yellow dot lot placebo theory...
- Website: Unacceptable Jessica
- Date: July 3, 2023
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My original post was about the article that follows this one. Jessica, who I have immense respect for, takes issue with the placebo theory.
Check our the entire article. Here’s a taste:
Are the yellow dot lots placebos?
I do not think we can say this. In fact, as my analysis shows, there are many SAEs associated with the yellow dot lots and with a more comprehensive data set, it is easy to see that the yellow dot lots are far from placebos.
Denis Rancourt points out that the lack of information pertaining to the subjects could provide a recipe for seeing artifacts that may arise due to differences in who was injected with what when. Did you like that? And I agree. For example, the elderly were picked on first, have a higher inherent proclivity for death, and received different batches than the later roll-out victims. Perhaps this could explain the blue dots?
Pfizer Vaccine Batches in the EU Were Placebos, Say Scientists
- Website: The Daily Sceptic
- Date: June 28, 2023
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Scientists have uncovered startling evidence that a substantial portion of the batches of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine deployed in the European Union may in fact have consisted of placebos – and that the German regulator knew this and did not subject them to quality-control testing.
The idea is they didn’t subject them to quality control because they knew they were placebos. Why would you administer placebos to a population in extreme danger of dying from a virus when those vaccines were already supposedly tested and needed to avoid mass death and destruction? Hmmmm…..I wonder why?
“Please refrain from asking uncomfortable questions or it may be necessary to make you a little uncomfortable.”
From the article:
The caption under that table reads: “The PEI did not generally regard testing of the harmless ‘yellow batches’ as necessary.”
As Dyker put it, with notable restraint, “this would support the initial suspicion that they are maybe in fact something like placebos”.
Or, in short, to paraphrase the German scientists’ findings on the variability of the Pfizer-BioNTech batches, it would appear that the good was bad, the bad was very bad, and the very good was saline solution.