Posted by Richard Willett - Memes and headline comments by David Icke Posted on 29 January 2022

Professor Werner Bergholz: Dangerous Chemicals and Nanotubes Found In ‘Covid’ Test Swabs

Parents, please read so you are armed with additional information to enable you to protect your children.

Ethylene oxide is highly toxic – it causes cancer, it damages DNA – and it is found on the Covid test swabs. Although Governments, public health officials and educators are responsible for investigating, raising public awareness and stopping the use of these tests on children, until that happens, society has a responsibility to protect the vulnerable.

In the text below we highlight the work of Prof. Dr. Werner Bergholz who has researched the test sticks or swabs used by the population for Covid tests.

Prof. Bergholz is a former professor of electrical engineering with a focus on quality and risk management at the Jakobs University in Bremen. Before his appointment, Prof. Bergholz worked for 17 years in chip production management at Siemens.

In the short video below, he explained results from examining test swabs in the laboratory and the ethylene oxide (EO”) that was found.

During Session 86 of the Corona Investigative Committee, Prof. Bergholz began by discussing ‘What Determines a “Limit to Growth”?’, a class Cynthia Chung gave for the symposium “The Earth Next 100 Years”.  He focused on “nuclear power as an unlimited CO2-free resource” warning of the dangers and limitations of atomic energy compared to other forms of renewable energy.  He also recommended some decentralised, or off grid, energy solutions.

At timestamp 31:25 he discussed the falsification of documents in the 30 December 2021 weekly Covid report from the Robert Koch Institut (“RKI”).

Beginning at 39:52 mins Prof. Bergholz discussed the EO scandal.  It is at this point that the link to the video below joins the session.

“By accident I stumbled on these [swab] sticks that says EO on them.  I looked into this and I found ethylene oxide which is anything else but a harmless gas,” Prof. Bergholz said, “if they are gassed, then it is sure that residues of ethylene oxide are on the test sample sticks and the swabs.”

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