The channel had another video:I just wanted to translate the video in english for our forum and in shock found the video from his pregnani girl friend about him being attacked, shortly after posting his video on 23.11. and that he didn't survive. Her statment is fron saturday, 27.11.
Covid Test für Kinder.. WAS IST DA DRAUF/DRINN ?? Untersuchungen zeigen erschreckendes !!! In English it means: "Covid test for children .. WHAT'S ON IT / INSIDE? Investigations show terrible things!" A German couple had sent sample Covid test sticks for testing in Switzerland. The sticks were of the kind that children are asked to put into their nose to check if their Covid health allows them to go to school. The test came back and showed the presence/traces of two compounds that are poisonous.
From my point of view, that is not surprising, since they should be sterile, but are the traces necessary? Or could they be reduced? We are surrounded by chemical all around us. Laura speaks about it in the intro video to EE. If one looks up the ingredients of household cleaning chemicals, cosmetics, paints, glues, plastics, garden sprays, additives, household insecticides, car fuels, as done next with the two traces compounds in the nose probe sticks, then one might end up being surprised.
What the German couple will work to find out is, if it is safe for children to do the tests daily, for a long time, as is happening now, considering the presence of the following two compounds, ethylene oxide and 2-chloroethanol:
The small print says:
Ethylene Oxide is colorless, odorless, flammable, toxic gaseous cyclic ether with a sweet ether-like smell. Ethylene oxide is used especially in the synthesis of ethylene glycol and as a sterilizing agent for medical supplies and foods, as a fumigant and as an insecticide. Exposure to this substance is highly irritating to the eyes, skin and respiratory tract, induces nausea and vomiting and causes central nervous system depression. Ethylene oxide is mutagenic in humans and chronic exposure is associated with an increased risk of leukemia, stomach cancer, pancreatic cancer and non-Hodgkin lymphoma. (NCI05)
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Ethylene Chlorohydrin is an organochlorine compound and hazardous substance. Ethylene chlorohydrin is used as a solvent and in the manufacture of a variety of industrial agents.
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Earlier this year, I reported discomfort lasting for some time after being subjected to a Covid nose probe testing in Zürich airport. Eventually I attributed it to a disturbed nerve and symptomatic of latent tension in my right side, but was it caused not only by the mechanical contact, but also by traces of chemicals? One has to be prepared for quite a lot these days.
Coming back to the children who need to test daily to go to school, one could show them how to do the stick test with the least contact and discomfort, just enough to pass. I'm not sure, I would scare them with the presence of the chemical traces. What good would come out of it?