What Are The COVID-19 Vaccine Ingredients?


On 20 August 2021 Dr. Robert Young published his team’s findings after analysing the four dominant COVID-19 “vaccines” using Phase Contrast MicroscopyTransmission and Scanning Electron Microscopy and Energy-Dispersive X-ray Spectroscopy. Their findings both confirm and expand upon the prior investigations carried out by Dr. Pablo Campra (University of Almeria, Spain), Dr. Juan F. Gastón Añaños (Hospital de Barbastro, Spain), as well as the recent pathology reports from autopsies of  vaccinated deceased which were carried out by Prof. Dr. Arne Burkhardt, Prof. Dr. Walter Lang and Prof. Dr. Peter Schirmacher (Germany & Austria).


Many of these substances were observed as being bonded to graphene oxide and metallic nanoparticles. GO nanoparticles are necrotic, able to pass into or through physiological barriers including (but not limited to) the blood-air barrier, the blood-testis barrier, the blood-brain barrier, and the blood-placenta barrier. Over a period of several months after intramuscular injection, as much as 75% of the GO nanoparticle “delivery platform”, and most of the substances listed below, are transported extensively throughout the bodies of mammals, into the blood, brain and other organs. Some of the many toxic effects of graphene oxide are myocarditis and blood clotting. Contamination in vaccines appears to be so common that one might be forgiven for thinking that it is deliberate.

These findings are compositionally consistent with some of the declared contents of the Pfizer and Moderna products. I imagine that further quantitative analysis of the contents should make it possible to identify the likely chemical compounds which have not been explicitly identified by the manufacturers (via mass-spectrometry and molar mass derivations). Considering the experiment that was carried out in Kenya in 2014 (and more here), I suspect that Human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) (composed primarily of carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen and oxygen) is possibly one of them.