AstraZeneca Director > Graphene Flagship
AstraZeneca’s Executive Director of Global Compliance is on the Ethical Board of EU’s Graphene Flagship.
Instead of just putting a tiny reference on one of my many graphene posts, I thought I’d make this one a little bit more obvious for those who don’t read my footnotes, and add a few more notes along the way for my own research.
Ethical Advisory Board of the Graphene Flagship
- Graphene-Flagship.eu – Meet The Team
- Graphene-Flagship.eu – Meet The Graphene Flagship EAB
- Graphene-Flagship.eu – Events – Chairs/Committees – 2022
Executive Director Global Compliance of AstraZeneca. Ursula Hohlneicher; Sweden.
Former Dupont, Sweden
GMO Expert, former Dupont chemical company, former bioherbicide/biofungicide developer, and blogger to ‘counteract agriculture disinformation’ who says glyphosate is safe and the EPA is trustworthy. Steve Savage; Sweden.
- Steve Savage – answers GMO questions
- LinkedIn Profile – Steven Savage
- Articles: BlogSpot | Medium | Forbes
- IndependentScienceNews – calls him out as a puppet
IGI Global: Beijing, MIT, Harvard, Stanford, Cambridge, Oxford…
Norberto Patrignani; Italy
- IGI Global > Norberto Patrignani
- Papers: ResearchGate | Google Scholar | Video (Italian): Norberto Patrignani – Digital Ethics Forum 2021
IGI Global = HQ in USA, Operating in Beijing, China, and works in ‘close collaboration’ with Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Harvard University, Stanford University, University of Cambridge, University of Oxford, Tsinghua University, and Australian National University.
“Graphene is Safe”, says 100 billion dollar Graphene Flagship
The Graphene Flagship, with a budget of €95.5 billion says graphene is safe for long-term lung exposure (based on their “modelling”), does not cause skin inflammation (admits further studies needed), that it’s toxic to “some” species in the environment, and that it’s biodegradable “from enzymes in the human gut“, but don’t worry about the gastrointestinal inflammation, that will subside over time…
- I beg to differ:
- Graphene Toxicity Reports & Scientific Publications (Entire body, blood, and dna)
- Graphene Toxicity – La Quinta Columna (Pneumonia, Cancer, Heart, Lungs, Kidneys, Spleen)
- Graphene Infertility – La Quinta Columna (Infertility, Neuro-Degeneration, Aerosol ‘Vaccines’, Nanografi)
- Time for the Truth about Graphene in the shots (280 secret ingredients protected by IP)
- Graphene Hydroxide (Tiny razorblades throughout your bloodstream)
- Graphene Oxide Toxicity (No standardization & high absorption capacities. Toxicity in cells – effects respiratory, dermal, digestive, ruptures red blood cells, cancer, cardio, mitochondria, dna, lung tissue, gastrointestinal tract, brain tissue, and more)
- Graphene Oxide Pfizer (Melissa McAtee confirms Graphene Oxide coverup in Internal Pfizer Emails)
Graphene Flagship Director Jari Kinaret; Sweden.
In 2022, the European Commission announced the European Chips Act at the World Economic Forum’s DAVOS 2022
Two unelected parasites (Nut-Job Schwab & Ursula von der Leyen) congratulate themselves: “Just would like to highlight what you said about the European Chips Act because it’s an important step to create a physical brain for digitalization and to have it located to a certain extent in Europe.”
European Chips Act:
- WEF DAVOS Agenda 2022: New European Chips Act announced
- European Commission – European Chips Act
- Ursula von der Leyen
2022 Graphene Flagship Speakers included students from:
Trinity College, Harvard, Ratheon, Imperial College, Graphmatec & Catalan Institute.
- Graphene-Flagship.eu 2022 Speakers
- Wikipedia – Ratheon | Ratheon Technologies (RTX) (multi-billion-dollar defense contractor)
- Graphmatech.com (advanced graphene-engineered materials and manufacturing)
- Wikipedia – Trinity College (The College of the Holy and Undivided Trinity of Queen Elizabeth near Dublin)
- Graphene-Flagship.eu > Graphene Week September 2023
- Graphane-Flagship.eu > Pavillion Demo’s
- Graphene in cars, planes, water filtration, fuel & lubricants, clothes, chips, circuit breakers, resin, helmets, cameras, heating pads, pipes, sensors & biosensors, solar cells, electrodes, self-sterilizing foam for passenger aircraft, fabric.
See also: What’s in the vials?