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2021 OCT 22 Matt Wong talks Vaccines Mandates and Secrecy in Australia with Prof Nikolai Petrovsky

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Gary Green
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Published on 28 Oct 2021 / In News & Politics

⁣Matt Wong the founder of “Discernable” speaks with Professor Nikolai PETROVSKY is the Director of Endocrinology (Flinders Medical Centre), Professor of Medicine (Flinders University), Vice President of the International Immunomics Society, Founder of Vaxine and the creator of COVAX-19 and Spikogen.

He joins us for the second time in the follow up interview to discuss the progress of his traditional protein vaccine (COVAX-19/Spikogen), the medical ethics of mandating vaccines, a comparison of vaccine types, concerns with mRNA and adenoviral vector vaccines, vaccine adverse event incidence rates, and the scientific errors being made by politicians conflating community protection with individual protection.

As a vaccine creator, Professor Petrovsky is very vocal on his LinkedIn account against the mandating of vaccines, especially with no scientific justification.

Some may miss parts in this interview where he nonchalantly drops bombshells regarding his now approved protein vaccines. It may be the case that we have successfully created a traditional vaccine, right here in Australia, that completely outperforms the major products on the market today AND has a significantly lower adverse event rate.

As data is released showing the performance of his and other competitor protein vaccines (such as NovaVax) it will raise a sticky question for Australian Health Minister Greg Hunt MP:

1. Why has the Australian government refused to engage with Australian vaccine creators?

2. Why has CSL refused to cooperate with Australian vaccine companies?

3. What are in those secret commercial contracts with Pfizer et al?

4. Are there clauses that prevent competition and consideration of products that are actually safer for the Australian population?


⁣DISCERNABLE https://youtu.be/9x2ieHuj8zU

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