Apr 14·edited Apr 14Liked by Robert Kogon

I have a particular interest in this critical link between BioNTech and Pfizer, which has been so successfully concealed here in the United States. Great job getting your hands on the labels and application.

Two minor observations about interesting (to me) information in the label and application:

1.) I notice that BioNTech's "Application to Market" was submitted on "05-06-2021" on an obsolete DHHS FDA form with an "Expiration Date: March 31, 2021." (See upper right corner of application.) Something fishy there.

2.) The storage temperatures on the "Pfizer" label and "BioNTech/Comirnaty" label differ slightly AND only the Pfizer label provides storage temperature conversion from Celsius to Fahrenheit. To me, that is a subtle revelation that the "FDA approved" Comirnaty version was never intended for U.S. distribution.

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Apr 14·edited Apr 14Liked by Robert Kogon

I first stumbled upon the adress "Kupferbergterasse..." On BionTechs's website, it isn't mentioned. But then I found it in the pfd attach for Comirnaty for professionals: it says:


Pharmazeutischer Unternehmer

BioNTech Manufacturing GmbH

An der Goldgrube 12

55131 Mainz


Telefon: +49 6131 90840

Fax: +49 6131 9084390



BioNTech Manufacturing GmbH

Kupferbergterrasse 17 - 19

55116 Mainz


Pfizer Manufacturing Belgium NV

Rijksweg 12

2870 Puurs


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In order to prepare for potentially Trillions of Dollars profit from mass jabbing, Pfizer invested heavily in its Manufacturing plants in the US, including a $200 Million expansion in Andover. They bought:

Warner-Lambert for $116 billion in June 2000, Pharmacia for $60 billion in 2003

Wyeth for $68 billion in 2009, Hospira for $16 billion in 2015

Medivation for $14.3 billion in 2016

Array BioPharma for $11.2 billion in 2019

After Pfizer started manufacting Covid19 jabs they purchased Trillium Therapeutics for $2.2 billion.


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Interesting that some generic label designs are overprinted with Suriname web addrees.

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Small correction. Your picture "A more recent product label" is not in fact current. It is a label from before Pfizer BioNTech changed the buffer from Phosphate to Tromethamine (Tris, THAM).

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Why is it almost universally referred to as a Pfizer product?

1. People know how to pronounce Pfizer, I've seen variations in pronunciation for BioNTech (byontek? bio-N-tek?)

2. You can make more pfunny word plays with Pfizer: pfake, pFauci, etc.

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Doesn't this mean that all claims for malfeasance and fraud will also be BioNTech's? If so, that means Pfizer escapes legal liability as a mere subcontractor for BioNTech while still retaining its share of the profit.

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N stands for Nano



Used to be stylized as modeRNA, because the company was proud to be "modernizing" human genetics with their mRNA platform.


Basically IG Farben on steroids.

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