Commentary by Br. Alexis Bugnolo
Like Regis Tremblay, I was hoodwinked by this woman calling herself “Poornima Wagh”, because someone told me she was reliable and she was worth listening to. I leave my article here (with corrections) as a historical record.
Take-aways: The DeathVaxxes were publicized with complete lies. There is no mRNA or Spike protein or viruses in them, nor anything biologic. They contain instead toxic chemical compounds, chiefly hydrogel and graphene oxide.
There is also a Rumble version:
This study was done on every major brand of Death Vaxx in the world, Hundreds of samples by one of the most qualified team of scientists yet to be assembled, with several highly expert testing methods.
The good news is, that because the DeathVaxxes harm via chemicals, DE-TOXING may be possible. The chief toxins are the graphene oxide and hydrogel and heavy metals!
Hydrogel is electrically conductive and can crystalize in antenna like structures.
However, this study does not explain the other things seen in the DeathVaxxes by the teams in Spain which did see parasites and growing molecules.
UPDATE: Poorima Wagh’s credential impugned, in this follow up report, where she is exposed as faking her academic credentials from London, UK.
The man interviewed is Eric Coppolino, and his article, which he refers to in this interview, is found here.
Editor’s Updated Note: My own father had a Ph D., from Columbia University, NYC, and I can assure everyone, that the first thing academics expect is to be asked where they studied, what they got their degree in, and the name of their doctoral thesis. They want everyone to ask them and they delight in explaining it in detail. So I hold this investigative journalist’s forensic criteria for questioning Wagh to be sound. — Now that I know that this channel is from Russia, I will not quote it further. I myself ask my readers’ pardon for having posted it in the first place.
As a Cultural Anthropologist (B. A. University of Florida: Gainesville, 1986), I do not think it is necessary to consider anything Wagh said as true, and all her claims can now be dismissed as a big fib. Her motivations could have been merely to get publicity. And it it is not necessary that someone paid her to do it. If the investigative journalist was lying, she could have easily refuted him by showing her academic credentials, which every academic has entirely no problem in doing. She has not, therefore, she has conceded his investigation is sound.
So I have corrected the title to this post, by adding quotes around the word, Scientists, and prefacing with “FAKE NEWS:”
Regarding the final comments by this investigative journalist is sound. We need to distinguish between news which contains claims, suppositions, inferences, speculations or documented facts. And not confuse these categories, only the final of which are certain, but all of which could be faked. Just because a “report” contains information does not mean that information is true or that the speaker is credible.
UPDATE: Purnima K. Wagh has published papers at ResearchGate.Net, one of which was published by a NeoPlasia, an apparent Scientific Journal, which published a paper of which she is a co-author, for a study funded by ANTHONY FAUCI of the National Institute of Health. Now either this paper is a fake, or one can suspect that Wagh is controlled opposition, simply because she once did get funding from the NIH. I doubt the paper is fake since it is cited by 49 other papers (source here). So either Wagh is faking to be Wagh, or Wagh faked her academic credentials on her interviews, but really has lesser credentials, or perhaps has faked her credentials for more than 12 years.