Pfizer pharmaceutical giant: repeat offender
12.01.2022 | www.kla.tv/21264
The sales of the US pharmaceutical company Pfizer and its German partner BioNTech with the RNA Covid 19 vaccine Comirnaty are going through the roof. The Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung reports, “According to the new forecast, (total) sales in 2021 are expected to nearly double to $81 or $82 billion compared to the previous year (that is up to 71 billion euros). [….] Comirnaty is thus expected to contribute around $36 billion.”  Almost simultaneously, a whistleblower has expressed serious doubts in a trade journal about the “integrity of the data and patient safety” during the Pfizer vaccine pivotal trial.  News also suddenly circulated on the web that Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla had been arrested by the FBI, which, however, was promptly recanted.  But is it really so absurd that pharmaceutical giant Pfizer has gone over the top with the Corona vaccine, and that law enforcement authorities may also have been on to him? After all, people are now realizing that the Pfizer gene vaccine, as well as the other Corona vaccines, do not work as well as promised. After all, among those hospitalized and in intensive care units, 35-55% are double vaccinated. Currently, as shown in the weekly report of the RKI , 45% of the deceased corona patients in Germany are double vaccinated over 60 years. People had to say goodbye earlier to the narrative that vaccines were the gamechangers and brought about the promised herd immunity. That’s because, according to recent studies, vaccinated people are almost as contagious as unvaccinated people.  But let’s take a look at some examples of Pfizer’s criminal energy: – Pfizer has had to pay 4.4 billion euros in fines in recent years and has been convicted 47 times by U.S. authorities and courts.  – The corporation repeatedly attracts attention through corruption, unfair competition, and falsified and embellished approval studies – with deadly consequences. According to Süddeutsche Zeitung, Pfizer tested its highly controversial antibiotic Trovan on infants and children in Nigeria as early as 1996 – according to parents’ statements without their full information and consent, i.e. as an illegal human experiment. This ended with deaths and permanently damaged children. According to the Süddeutsche Zeitung, in addition to irregularities in the documentation, the comparative drug is also said to have been dosed too low in order to achieve a better performance of the company’s own preparation.