SpayVac: What’s in a Name…

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  • Sun, Nov 28, 2021 - 01:18pm

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    Keriboo

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    SpayVac: What’s in a Name…

This article provides  further detail and mechanism of action of the SpayVac PZP animal sterilization vaccine.  This was a recent topic that should have, but did not, receive a lot of attention on PP.  Pfizer licensed the entire Mrna delivery system from SpayVac.  I would argue that the true agenda of the Covid vaccines is  actually delayed sterilization.  They only have a short time remaining until it becomes obvious – hence the frantic push now including Omicron (Omicrock) variant.

https://thewatchtowers.org/pfizer-vaccine-is-using-sterilization-delivery-techniques-developed-by-spayvac-the-dpx-delivery-system-was-designed-for-sterilizing-animal-populations/

  • Sun, Nov 28, 2021 - 02:16pm

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    This is new info. Keriboo.. important evidence

The article you link to seems well referenced.  If this is all true, then it’s a very important brick in the overall evidence stack that links to human female reproductive risk as a result of the mRNA vaccines.  Here is one quick list of the layers in the evidence stack

–  The leaked Pfizer Japan biodistribution data for the human mRNA shots showing that the LNP delivery system targets ovaries

–  The menstrual abnormalities resulting from mRNA vaccination

–  The huge increase in miscarriages and stillbirths that has been happening for months now.

https://dangerousmedicine.com/2021-11-23-whistleblower-exposes-stillborn-deaths-babies-hospital-covid-vaccines.html#

Whistleblowers expose 13 stillborn deaths in 24 hours at Lions Gates Hospital caused by covid “vaccines”

–   This newly uncovered history of the LNP delivery system having been used for its ability to target ovaries with a biochemical payload that induces autoimmunity. 

Thank you Keriboo….  let’s keep building the case by honing each layer in the evidence stack.  One thing we are lacking is better statistics for the miscarriages and stillbirths.

  • Sun, Nov 28, 2021 - 02:59pm

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    Finding some inconsistencies in the story…

I am trying to find evidence of a connection between Spayovac and Pfizer.  So far what I have found is that Spayovac actually licensed the delivery tech. from another company, IMV, that claims original ownership of the lipid nanoparticle delivery system – reference from page 17 of the document below.  Based on my understanding of how this works, Spayovac would not be able to “relicense” this to Pfizer….

https://www.sec.gov/Archives/edgar/data/1734768/000117625619000085/exhibit99-3.htm

Licensing Agreements

While the Corporation is focused on developing a pipeline of cancer immunotherapies, it is also pursuing opportunities to license its platform technology to other parties interested in creating enhanced vaccines on an application-by-application basis.

April 2018, IMV signed a licensing agreement and granted SpayVac-for-Wildlife (SFW Inc.) a license to two of its proprietary delivery platforms. SFW Inc. has global exclusive rights to use both of these platforms to develop humane, immuno-contraceptive vaccines for control of overabundant, feral and invasive wildlife populations against royalties on sales.

  • Sun, Nov 28, 2021 - 03:40pm

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    SpayVac: What’s in a Name…

Just the ovaries?

What ever happened to all of the reports of men’s testicles shrinking or being painful with Covid infection or the vaccine?  They could also be targeted.

  • Sun, Nov 28, 2021 - 03:41pm   (Reply to #3)

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    SpayVac: What’s in a Name…

Agreed that there is inconsistency around the original IP and licensing arrangement of SpayVac vs. IMV but it seems to be the same technology.  The article actually references IMV:  They created the DPX liposome technology to make sure the vaccine reaches its target destination and patented it under IMV Inc. IMV partnered with Pfizer in 2020 to produce the COVID vaccine, using the same liposome technology, now called the lipid nanoparticle delivery system.

The vigorous pushback and denial seen from fact “checkers” for anything suggesting a connection of vaccines to reduced fertility is perhaps a sign that this is close to a sensitive target.  Try a simple Google search for “Covid vaccine and sterilization” as an example.

  • Sun, Nov 28, 2021 - 04:01pm

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    SpayVac: What’s in a Name…

So far I am finding no explicit connection between Pfizer and the company SpayVac other than both use forms of lipid nanoparticle delivery.  There are lots of companies large and small playing in this space.

Here is one company that Pfizer and Moderna depend on for at least part of the LNP formulations they use;

  https://www.washingtonpost.com/business/2021/02/18/vaccine-fat-lipids-supply/

Of the four lipids that make up the protective droplet, the ionizable cationic lipid is the one needed in the highest volume and is subject to restrictive patents held by Acuitas and a few other companies. Its electrical charge changes when it enters a cell, causing the mRNA payload to break free and deliver its instructions.

I am thinking this is a dead end other than the high level associations suggested by the fact that the LNP’s in the Pfizer vaccine have been found to bioaccumulate in the ovaries, and the use of LNP’s by another company (SpayVac) for sterilizing animal populations.

  • Sun, Nov 28, 2021 - 04:04pm   (Reply to #3)

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    SpayVac: What’s in a Name…

IMV partnered with Pfizer in 2020 to produce the COVID vaccine, using the same liposome technology

I can find no evidence of this.

  • Sun, Nov 28, 2021 - 04:44pm   (Reply to #3)

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    SpayVac: What’s in a Name…

Likewise as I dig deeper, apologies for posting.

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