As the public’s patience for the pandemic wears thin, it is now obvious that the steps taken to curb the spread have failed miserably. The spate of lawsuits that began in late 2020 – for all sorts of losses and damage that has occurred as a result of bad management policy – is only increasing.

In 2022, one litigation concern has been growing at an alarming rate. As employees and customers of venues that force ATK/PCR testing are becoming increasingly aware of the dangers involved with on-going, regular swab testing. Lawsuits citing offenses such as ‘reckless wounding’, ‘assault occasioning actual bodily harm’, ‘common assault’, and even ‘reckless infliction of grievous bodily harm’ are showing up more and more often. In some cases where swab tests were administered poorly, victims were left with severe injuries or even died as a result of the testing procedure.

Unfortunately, these stories are far too common. However, there is growing concern that this ongoing testing is not just seriously harming a small few, but negatively affecting the health of every, single person who takes them.

“The side effects of ongoing irritation of the nasopharynx and continual wiping of a highly carcinogenic substance on an area that has no protection against toxic substances is showing up in the form of increases in brain cancers and other mental problems. Victims who undergo regular testing will show more obvious signs brain damage as time progresses. Even before covid, the use of ethylene oxide as a sterilizing agent was controversial due to it’s highly toxic nature. Now people are wiping it where no external substances should ever really be inserted.”

– Dr Yang of St. Teresa’s Hospital.

Ethylene Oxide and Its Controversial Use

There is absolutely no doubt that ethylene oxide – the sterilizing agent used on PCR and ATK test swabs – is EXTREMELY harmful to humans. The U.S. National Cancer Institute’s own website states:

“The ability of ethylene oxide to damage DNA makes it an effective sterilizing agent but also accounts for its cancer-causing activity. Lymphoma and leukemia are the cancers most frequently reported to be associated with occupational exposure to ethylene oxide. Stomach and breast cancers may also be associated with ethylene oxide exposure.”

The EPA, the International Agency for Research on Cancer, and the National Toxicology Programme, all classify ethylene oxide as a toxic human carcinogen. Overwhelming evidence shows that exposure to ethylene oxide by inhalation increases the risk of lymphoma cancers, myelomas, and leukaemia. For females, it also can cause breast cancers. Ethylene oxide is mutagenic, which means it can damage the DNA in cells. Children appear to be more susceptible to the harmful effects of mutagenic substances.

Acute inhalation exposure of workers to ethylene oxide has resulted in an long list of illnesses including: respiratory irritation and lung injury, headache, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, neurological disorders, bronchitis, pulmonary oedema, emphysema, and cyanosis. Chronic exposure has been associated with the occurrence of cancer, reproductive effects, mutagenic changes, neurotoxicity, and sensitization.

Evidence exists indicating that inhalation exposure to ethylene oxide can cause an increased rate of miscarriages in females. In males, exposure studies include decreased testicular weight and sperm concentration and testicular degeneration. There is well-documented evidence that that loss of taste and smell than many people have suffered, may actually be caused by EO toxicity from PCR and ATK test swabs and not from covid itself.

The Truth the Carcinogenic Swabs

While some online sources would have you believe that there is an insignificant amount of toxic ethylene oxide on swabs, repeated analysis from multiple different sources shows the same result – the presence of the DNA damaging poison in amounts up to hundreds of times higher than the defined “safe” limit. In fact, we have not yet been able to find reports of ANY swabs falling within the “safe” range, and even at that level it is not considered healthy to ingest or use internally in any manner.

Certified Medical Investigator and RN, Cassandra Dunn, discussing the toxic PCR/ATK Swab Tests.

Legal Recourse for Swab Injuries

Ethylene oxide is a well known carcinogen, that has been the focal point of many successful personal injury claims in the past. Unlike vaccine manufacturers, venue owners who have been forcing ATK/PCR testing on patrons and staff, in venues such as bars and nightclubs, can be held liable for personal injury caused by these invasive procedures.

Should you have suffered any of the following or other injuries after being forced to take an ATK/PCR test, in any orifice, either by your employer or as a condition of entering a venue, you may be entitled to compensation.

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Ethylene Oxide Swab Toxicity Effects:

  • Loss of Taste or Smell
  • Respiratory Irritation
  • Headache
  • Migraine
  • Nausea
  • Vomiting
  • Diarrhea
  • Neurological Disorders (Loss of Memory, Disorientation, Alzheimer’s Disease)
  • Lymphoma
  • Leukemia
  • Myelomas
  • Stomach Cancer
  • Breast Cancer
  • Bronchitis
  • Pulmonary Oedema
  • Emphysema
  • Cyanosis
  • Miscarriage
  • Testicular Cancer
  • Inability to Conceive
We are currently in contact with teams of lawyers in Australia and Thailand who are collecting data on venues forcing ATK/PCR testing on employees and customers, in preparation for class action lawsuits against these venues. We are also aware of several other litigation cases currently underway in several other countries. 

If you believe you have been injured by PCR/ATK testing, please keep a record of your experiences and get in touch with us so we can put you in contact with a local legal representative who can help you get compensated for your injuries.

It is our hope that once the gravity of this situation is brought to light and the knowledge of these class-action lawsuits becomes widespread, smaller venues will also abandon these harmful testing practices. From what we have gathered speaking with the lawyer groups arranging the class action lawsuits, they will be targeting high-profile entertainment venues initially e.g. Route 66, Sing Sing, Bobo, and LVMC in Thailand and 77, and Underground in Sydney, Australia etc. in the hope of getting more immediate public exposure concerning these issues, and spreading awareness throughout the population of the dangers of these practices.

All of the lawyers we have spoken with are confident they have a strong case, as there is a well-documented history of personal injury from ethylene oxide exposure. Swabs test kits are being collected from all targeted venues and sent for testing for use as evidence that the venues are putting the health of their customers and employees at risk. If you considering litigation be sure to keep a record (or even better, collect a sample) of the brand or PCR/ATK test swab kits, how they are administered, how often, and other details that might help your case.

How Can You Help?

If you know of anyone who has been injured from a PCR/ATK test, or who’s health has been suffering as a result of forced, on-going testing, please get in contact with us. Please also share this information with others, we believe that if more people knew about the dangers of EO toxicity they would not force these DNA damaging poisons onto others.

Our ultimate goal is to stop this poisoning of the people. Should any of the targeted venues drop their testing requirements they will likely be removed from this litigation, and focus will be shifted to other high-profile venues who continue this dangerous practice.

Have you been Forced to do Swab Testing? Do You Believe it Caused Harm?

If you would like to join in a class actions lawsuit, or if your injuries are severe and you would like to litigate on your own, it is integral to keep a record of as much information about your experiences as possible. Take note of the brand of test kits used – take photos if you can, both front and back sides of the box – make note of the venue name, the name of the staff who performed the procedure, the date, time and any other information you think might be useful in your case before you speak with a lawyer.

If you have suffered any of the side effects listed in the above list, after being forced to take one or multiple swab tests, you have a strong case to claim compensation for your injuries.