How Pfizer Bribes Led to Vaccine Mandates

Because of its experimental gene remedy injection for COVID-19, in 2022, Pfizer grew to become the primary drug firm in historical past to interrupt $100 billion in annual gross sales.1 However its mere existence didn’t guarantee Pfizer’s success.

No, huge media promotion and government-backed coercion did that. Not solely did the U.S. authorities pay information media a staggering $1 billion to promote and build public confidence in the experimental jab, however as reported by Russell Model within the video above, Pfizer additionally poured billions of {dollars} into promoting.

In 2022, Pfizer spent $2.8 billion on advertisements, a rise of $800 million from 2021. On prime of that, Pfizer additionally paid huge bucks to client, medical and civil rights teams to foyer for COVID jab mandates. Journalist Lee Fang reviewed this in his interview with Model (video above) and in an April 24, 2023, Substack article.2 As Fang instructed Model:

“San Francisco … in September of 2021, enacted a really type of sturdy mandate with no exemption for prior immunity … or … pure immunity. Pfizer was not taking part in a visual function right here. They didn’t touch upon any of the articles. They weren’t actually speaking to the press.

You noticed client teams, civil rights teams, affected person teams, medical doctors teams, public well being organizations, all saying these mandates are mandatory, despite the fact that there wasn’t plenty of scientific proof to help the idea that we wanted these mandates. [The shots] have been offered to us with the declare that they’d cease transmission of the virus.

You had this coalition of neighborhood teams saying we want the mandate. Nicely, I’m looking at new disclosures that present that a lot of these organizations, these third celebration organizations … have been taking funds from Pfizer whereas lobbying for these controversial insurance policies …

[The drug industry doesn’t] should disclose how a lot they’re spending on tv, how a lot they’re spending on TikTok advertisements, how a lot they’re giving to those entrance teams, or these medical doctors teams, or these public well being teams that set the character of the controversy.

They seem within the information media, they create occasions, they usually create a discourse that appears genuine, that appears natural, but it surely advantages the underside line of their benefactors — firms like Pfizer.

And the vaccine debate … has formed our lives within the final three years of the pandemic. Nevertheless it’s additionally not that distinctive within the sense that each main pharmaceutical firm in the USA engages in these practices. They strain regulators, they spend a lot cash on direct-to-consumer promoting.

And actually, they type of simply dominate your entire public coverage debate. So we will discuss plenty of different particular curiosity teams, however Pharma is exclusive [in terms of] the uncooked quantities of cash they spend to regulate your entire public sector, on regulatory coverage, on every part, by way of the way it impacts medication …”

Dozens of Well being Care Organizations Referred to as for Mandates

Particular curiosity teams paid by Pfizer3 to push for COVID jab mandates and coercive vaccine insurance policies embody the Chicago City league (which argued that the jab mandate would profit the Black neighborhood), the Nationwide Customers League, the Immunization Partnership, the Promoting Council and a protracted checklist of universities and most cancers, liver illnesses, cardiology, rheumatology and medical science organizations.

Every of those organizations acquired anyplace from a number of thousand to lots of of 1000’s of {dollars} from Pfizer in 2021 alone. Is it any surprise, then, that greater than 50 main well being care organizations referred to as for vaccine mandates that yr, together with for their very own employees?4 I don’t suppose so.

Pfizer didn’t should take a distinguished stand to argue for vaccine mandates, which might have been an apparent battle of curiosity. They paid others to push the mandates for them. In fact, Pfizer and the U.S. authorities are additionally in partnership, as acknowledged on Pfizer’s Political Partnership web page.5

New COVID Jab Tips Issued

In associated information, April 19, 2023, the U.S. Facilities for Illness Management and Prevention revised its COVID jab steerage.6,7,8 The unique monovalent mRNA photographs are not really useful to be used within the U.S. As an alternative, the CDC recommends folks 6 years outdated and older get an up to date bivalent mRNA COVID shot, even when they’ve not accomplished the monovalent collection.

The replace comes on the heels of the World Well being Group’s Strategic Advisory Group of Specialists on Immunization’s (SAGE) assembly in late March 2023, throughout which they determined that continued injection efforts needs to be targeted on getting boosters into the arms of the aged and people with underlying circumstances, together with younger kids, younger adults and pregnant girls with diabetes, coronary heart illness or immunocompromising circumstances. As reported by the WHO:9

“For the excessive precedence group, SAGE recommends an extra booster of both 6 or 12 months after the final dose, with the timeframe relying on components similar to age and immunocompromising circumstances.

All of the COVID-19 vaccine suggestions are time-limited, making use of for the present epidemiological state of affairs solely, and so the extra booster suggestions shouldn’t be seen as for continued annual COVID-19 vaccine boosters …

Separate to the roadmap, SAGE additionally up to date their suggestions on bivalent COVID-19 vaccines, now recommending that nations can think about using BA.5 bivalent mRNA vaccine for the first collection.”

Pfizer Intent on Changing Standard Vaccines With mRNA

However whereas the WHO appears to be backing off from limitless COVID boosters for all, there’s clear proof that mRNA gene remedy is right here to remain — except sufficient of us get up and refuse all of them. For instance, as reported by BioProcess Worldwide, Pfizer is pushing mRNA as an alternative choice to present flu vaccines:10

“Final September, Pfizer initiated a Part III research of its messenger RNA (mRNA) primarily based flu vaccine, following a 2018 partnership with a then little-know German biotech BioNTech. In 2020, each BioNTech and mRNA have been thrown into the worldwide highlight due a profitable COVID-19 vaccine, developed by Pfizer and BioNTech in simply 9 months.

Now Pfizer is leveraging an identical strategy to mRNA past COVID by way of a roadmap that goals to scale back paperwork and improve collaboration.

In line with Pfizer’s VP of mRNA Business Technique & Innovation and International Pandemic Safety Lead Jane True … mRNA-based vaccines have the power to exchange present applied sciences within the long-term.”

Moderna additionally launched an mRNA flu jab trial within the fall of 2022.11 We now know the COVID shot doesn’t shield you towards SARS-CoV-2 an infection or transmission, so why would anybody consider the flu shot shall be any completely different? Are they tweaking it someway to dam an infection? Or will it’s a repeat of COVID — all threat and no profit?

There’s trigger for added concern with regards to mRNA flu photographs, as a result of they’ve already admitted that the viral strains focused can and shall be up to date on the fly in the course of the flu season, ought to it prove that the flu strains chosen in February are a mismatch to the circulating strains that following winter.12

The trade desires you to consider that altering the antigen has no bearing on the potential unintended effects, however they don’t have any proof to help that assertion. Everytime you change the antigen, you run the danger of recent unintended effects, as a result of not all viral antigens have an effect on your immune system the identical means.

New mRNA Photographs Are Being Quick-Tracked

Along with mRNA-based flu photographs, plenty of different ones are additionally within the works, and several other are being fast-tracked. For instance, the U.S. Meals and Drug Administration is fast-tracking Moderna’s mRNA shot for respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), which relies on the identical platform because the COVID jab.

At current, there’s no authorised vaccine accessible for RSV, and the rationale for that’s as a result of none have been ever capable of go trials. As with coronavirus, earlier efforts to develop an RSV vaccine met with failure as check topics had a pesky tendency to die or develop into significantly sick when uncovered to the wild virus, because of paradoxical immune enhancement (PIE), also referred to as antibody dependent enhancement (ADE).

By fast-tracking Moderna’s mRNA RSV shot, the FDA is totally ignoring the chance that they might be creating an avalanche of ADE-related sickness from the COVID shot. Including one other injection for a respiratory virus that has traditionally been related to ADE may very well be extraordinarily dangerous, but they’re transferring full steam forward.

Moderna’s customized most cancers shot can be being fast-tracked, each within the U.S.13 and the European Union.14 mRNA photographs for shingles and genital herpes are additionally within the works.15 General, your entire trade, and governments world wide, appear hell-bent on transitioning to mRNA-based gene remedy for almost every part.

Placing Sufferers within the Driver’s Seat

On a last aspect word, I not too long ago interviewed Laura Bartlett and Greta Crawford, founding father of, about learn how to put sufferers again within the driver’s seat once they’re admitted to the hospital. I hope to run their interview Might 7; you received’t wish to miss it.

A key “weapon” in your arsenal to place your self squarely within the driver’s seat is a novel knowledgeable consent doc that specifies the remedies that you simply do NOT consent to, similar to mRNA injections and different vaccines, remdesivir and different lethal COVID-19 medication, and mechanical air flow for COVID-19. It additionally specifies the COVID remedies you DO request and consent to, similar to oxygen, vitamin, hydration, ivermectin and different cures.

It’s principally a doc that lists your present consent needs, and it must be written, signed and notarized BEFORE you go to the hospital. It should even be entered into your medical report, so that everybody concerned in your care has entry to it and know what your needs are.

Bartlett and Crawford have developed a template for this doc that you should utilize and amend as you would like. This technique can be being promoted by Dr. Mary Talley Bowden. You will discover the template here. I shall be providing a revised template that’s modified to be sure you don’t get disease-producing meals whereas within the hospital loaded with LA (linoleic acid).

This way is principally one of the efficient methods to guard your self towards dangerous remedies within the hospital that may kill or completely disable you.

Hospital employees are REQUIRED to observe your written directives. So, having this notarized doc entered into your digital medical report, despatched to the hospital CEO and given to any physician that treats you may actually save your life and forestall you from being taken “hostage” should you’re ever hospitalized. The KEY is to have this doc prepared BEFORE you go into the hospital.

Vaccine makers like Pfizer are utilizing each attainable means to make sure their merchandise are compelled on the inhabitants, however sufferers nonetheless do have rights. We should train these rights to the fullest, and that is the simplest means I’ve ever encountered to do this.