Last week I questioned the Australian Office of Gene Regulator as to why they never tested the vaccine for genotoxicity given Pfizer admit it’s a gene therapy.
It’s going over old ground but if you keep pressing these people they will eventually contradict themselves which is what happened.
It’s worth noting that the Office of Gene Technology regulator admitted that manufacturing was regulated last year but is now saying the opposite.
The Gene Technology Act states as per Section 10:
“deal with” , in relation to a GMO, means the following:
(a) conduct experiments with the GMO;
(b) make, develop, produce or manufacture the GMO;
(c) breed the GMO;
(d) propagate the GMO;
(e) use the GMO in the course of manufacture of a thing that is not the GMO;
(f) grow, raise or culture the GMO;
(g) import the GMO;
(h) transport the GMO;
(i) dispose of the GMO;
and includes the possession, supply or use of the GMO for the purposes of, or in the course of, a dealing mentioned in any of paragraphs (a) to (i).
You can see the GT Act contemplates activities/dealings after the (b) manufacturing phase.
For Australian purposes the OGTR was and remains required to regulate Pfizer and Moderna in respect of (h) and (i) namely, transport and disposal.
Transport includes the site of delivery.
It quite obvious the law has been broken and people suffered as a consequence. Authorities need to be held to account.