We know they lie about the number of vaccinated people, which I covered especially for Sweden in this article: Sweden’s Laughable Exaggerated Vaccination Count.
Now, a post on Facebook brought up another interesting fact. I remember seeing somewhere that they claimed they needed to speed up the world-wide manufacturing of covid vaccine to one dose a second. Considering the logistics behind the manufacturing process, where do all the highly trained staff come from? Where are all the new manufacturing facilities?
Let’s humor them and say that they can manufacture one vial per second (instead of just one dose) amongst them, around the clock, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, all year round.
Well, there are 86,400 seconds in a day, so that would be 86,400 vials a day. They claim they have administrated 7.94 billion doses, not to mention the continuous reports of wasted vaccines, counties throwing away millions of vials. There are 5 to 6 doses in each vial, and considering millions of vials have been thrown away in most countries, we can easily round it off to 10 billion doses manufactured. That is 1,666,666,666 to 2 billion vials.
To manufacture 1,666,666,666 vials at a rate of one vial a second would take…
1,666,666,666 / 86,400 = 19,290 days, or (19,290 / 365) 58.8 years.
Let that sink in!
Although they lie about the number of vaccinated people to encourage people to take the death shot, there surely have been more than one billion vials transported around the world. That is still 31.7 years of ‘one vial per second.’
It’s pretty clear that this fake and staged pandemic, of a virus that does not exist, has been planned since their first simulation in 1973 and that these vaccines has been manufactured for years in advance. They have been stockpiling for quite a while now. And this strengthens my theory that at least 70 to 85% of the first vaccines administrated (dose one and two) where saline water, to keep the side-effects and deaths on the lower end not to scare people off from starting taking the vaccine. Reads more here: