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JUST IN: Full registration granted for Pfizer Covid vaccine, Australia
And, Pfizer reps stumped on questions in Senate Committee Hearing
Australia’s drug regulator, the Therapeutic Goods Administration, has quietly granted full registration to the Pfizer COMIRNATY Covid vaccine.
There was no media release, and the page associated with the product has not been updated since September 2022.
However, the TGA’s website page titled ‘COVID-19 vaccines regulatory status’, last updated 27 July 2023, clearly states that full registration was granted on 13 July 2023.
This is same the product that currently has 81, 361 reported adverse events in DAEN (Australia’s VAERS or Yellow Card database). 443 of these entries are reported deaths, one of whom is Amy Sedgewick, who died at 23 years old after suffering a ‘catastrophic reaction’ to her Pfizer vaccinations.
It should surprise no one that the Pfizer COMIRNATY product has received full registration, despite: high rates of infection, hospitalisations and excess deaths after the vaccine rollout; independent peer-reviewed analysis of Pfizer’s own trial data determining the product to have one of the most appalling safety profiles of any drug in pharmaceutical history; and pharmacovigilance data indicating the same.
After all, an investigation by Australian science journalist Maryanne Demasi for the British Medical Journal found that the TGA receives more industry funding than any other regulator in the world, at 96%. More than nine out of every ten applications for new drugs are approved by the regulator.
From the investigation,
Sociologist Donald Light of Rowan University in New Jersey, US, who has spent decades studying drug regulation, says, “Like the FDA, the TGA was founded to be an independent institute. However, being largely funded by fees from the companies whose products it is charged to evaluate is a fundamental conflict of interest and a prime example of institutional corruption.”
Or, in Senator Alex Antic’s words, in a Senate Committee Hearing last week, “The TGA is not going to bite the hand that feeds it.”
Representatives from the TGA insisted that receiving most of their funding from industry presents no conflict of interest. They also disputed the figure of 96% of funding coming from the TGA.
At the same hearing, for the Committee’s review of a bill proposing to abolish workplace discrimination on the basis of Covid vaccination status, two Pfizer representatives repeated, ‘safe and effective, benefits outweigh the risks’ like bots churning out pro-forma answers to questions that were not in their FAQ database.
During the hearing, Drs Krishan Thiru (Country Medical Director, Pfizer Australia), and Brian Hewitt (Head of Regulatory Sciences, Pfizer Australia):
Told the Committee that Australians subjected to coercive vaccine mandates were not forced to take their product. Rather, they were offered an “opportunity.” An opportunity to lose their income, be locked out of gyms, cafes, concert venues, community clubs, visiting aged care and hospitals, and in my home state, to be banned from purchasing alcohol - even via drive-thru.
Refused to say under oath that the COMIRNATY product stops or limits transmission, but also refused to walk back CEO Albert Bourla’s statements that it does.
Could not explain how their product causes myocarditis and pericarditis.
Told the Committee that, “Pfizer always abides by all of the laws and regulations in the markets within which it operates,” a stunning statement in light of the company’s long history of criminal fines and alleged fraud.
The performance of the Pfizer representatives provides assurance of the company’s commitment to obfuscation, semantic games, and profits at the expense of human rights and medical ethics. Watch the hearing in full here.
As it stands, both Moderna and Pfizer’s primary series Covid vaccine products have now been granted full registration by the TGA. This bodes well for the private-public partnerships in mRNA research projects and manufacturing facilities rolling out around Australia.
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A final word from the internet’s most scientifically qualified mouse:
This was first revealed by @Jikkyleaks, late last year. Earlier this year, a spokesperson from the TGA told DDU that the reason the Pfizer employees got separate reserved batches was to use up a small number of residual vials that, due to their small number, were not able to be supplied to the Australian Government public vaccination program. The product was purported to be identical to other batches used in the public program, and was tested by the European Authority.