In February 2022, Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla proudly stated that in less than two years the successes of his company’s COVID-19 vaccine had “fundamentally changed Pfizer and its culture forever.”
The pressure is now on Bourla to come up with the next blockbuster drug, the biggest challenge of his career. Not only are the heady days of billion-dollar profits from COVID vaccines and Paxlovid winding down, but Pfizer is set to lose up to $18 billion in revenue from 2025 through 2030 as it loses several key patents.
If you are the CEO of Pfizer, with a salary of $24.3 million in 2021, equity holdings of nearly 597,000 shares (worth more than an estimated $32 million), and are entitled to a golden parachute of nearly $113 million, you better believe you are going to have to up your game over the next few years to keep your shareholders happy.
Upping its game will not be easy for Pfizer since the COVID vaccine, with its “groundbreaking technology,” has been the largest selling pharmaceutical product in history.
In just the first three months of 2021, Pfizer made $3.5 billion from the COVID vaccine. Pfizer went on to make a staggering $36.8 billion in 2021. It expects revenue of $29 billion in 2022. This despite recently admitting that the vaccine does not stop transmission, nor does it stop people from getting sick. The company expects to make at least $22 billion from Paxlovid, the drug that causes “COVID rebound.”
In a rational world, none of this would make sense. But that’s not the world in which we live. We live in a world where people have been led to believe that they must constantly consume pharmaceutical products just to continue living. These companies don’t actually want you to die, at least not for a while. But it does seem they want to keep you just sick enough that you become enslaved to their medications for life.
Pfizer’s overall revenues in 2021 doubled to $81.3 billion, and it expects to make record revenues of $98 billion to $102 billion in 2022. How will it continue this upward trend?
A plethora of illnesses is out there. Which ones are most likely to turn the biggest profit is the question. In the past 12 months, Pfizer launched 16 new products. On its website, Pfizer describes itself as a “pipeline of potential breakthroughs in the making.”
We’re in relentless pursuit of medicines and vaccines that will benefit patients around the world. We’re committed to treating 225M people with breakthrough treatments by 2025. Our ambitions are big and our product pipeline has never been stronger.
Inflammatory bowel disease is one such promising illness.
Pfizer recently purchased Arena Pharmaceuticals and its drug candidate for ulcerative colitis. It could generate billions in revenue, says Bourla. Ulcerative colitis is a debilitating inflammatory bowel disease affecting one million people in the United States alone. Over the next five years, Pfizer expects the demand for treatment will grow by 50 percent.
Hold on right there. Why will this illness affect 50 percent more people? That is of no interest to a company like Pfizer. They aren’t in the business of making us well. They are in the business of drugging us. Fifty percent more people sick means 50 percent more profit. It means Bourla justifies his salary, and the investors are happy.
Could it be that our biggest drug pushers are suffering from Munchausen syndrome by proxy, a mental illness in which a person acts as if an individual he or she is caring for has a physical or mental illness when the person is not sick? People who have Munchausen syndrome by proxy really do make the people they are supposed to be caring for sick, and they keep them sick. Between 6 and 10 percent of all “factitious disorder imposed on another” (FDIA) cases will result in death, which makes it a very lethal form of abuse.
We could say our drug lords have this mental illness, appearing to be our saviors while they are really killing us slowly and deliberately over time, to gain as much power, money and attention for themselves.
Pfizer can identify illnesses that it thinks will bring in billions of dollars in profit, create drugs to manage (not cure) them, and then sell them to a public already conditioned to take them.
Pfizer’s advertising profile states the company spent over $100 million on advertising in digital, print, and national television in the last year. It invested in premium ad units and advertised on more than 250 different media properties in the last year across multiple media formats.
Here’s how it works: Dr. Jim Kellner, a pediatrician and University of Calgary professor, has been cited as an authority in dozens of articles published by CTV News, CBC, Global News, the Toronto Star, and the Globe and Mail on vaccinating children and other pandemic related issues. Great! The only problem is that since 2014, Kellner has received $1,940,443 from Pfizer Pharmaceuticals for his vaccine studies, with the most recent grant of $787,004 being allocated until 2022.
Respiratory Syncytial virus, or RSV, is another illness Pfizer has identified as a promising money-making prospect. As a result, the press is reporting that U.S. hospitals are being “overwhelmed” with child patients suffering from it.
According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) most children catch RSV at some point before they turn 12. The majority of cases are mild and resemble the common cold. Almost every kid gets it and a few of those might get really sick. Just like COVID, this justifies “protecting” every single child—and that’s a lot of children.
“RSV is an area of significant unmet need, particularly in older adults and infants,” Bourla said. “We believe we have the potential to be a leader in the space and have a real impact on public health.”
Pregnant mothers will receive the vaccine early in their third trimester. Good mothers-to-be will take the vaccine, just like they took the COVID vaccine. Similar to inflammatory bowel disease, Pfizer expects the RSV market to grow by 50 percent over the next five years. The medication, Etrasimod, is expected to be a “blockbuster.”
What has been the result of all these new medications? Are people healthier than they were a few years ago?
So far, excess deaths in England and Wales for example, are higher than in the main pandemic years of 2020 and 2021.
In January, CNN reported that COVID-19 was killing more people than during the height of the pandemic. “The only other time that deaths have been this high for this long was during the first winter surge, before vaccines were available,” CNN explained. “The Omicron wave has also been deadlier for longer than the Delta surge.”
The experts can say all they want that the vaccines protect people from getting sicker and dying; experts like Rochelle Walensky and Anthony Fauci who keep on getting COVID and rebounds, despite being injected multiple times and taking Paxlovid. Since, as viruses mutate, they become less deadly, on what basis can anyone say that the vaccines are making people less sick? They can’t.
Still, let’s say we go by Fauci’s rules. Why, then, if there are so many deaths, aren’t we all locked down and wearing masks once again? The experts still claim the lockdowns and masks worked and they will work on the next pandemic that they assure us is coming. Why isn’t everyone terrified the way we were in 2020? Because it is all lies. If it were true and people were really dying in massive and unusual numbers, no one would have to be forced into lockdown. We would willingly lock ourselves in.
The thing is that people have short attention spans. We are bored with COVID and require some new tantalizing horror. Feeding off the next hysteria is a kind of drug, too. Our pundits know this and so they must offer us a new disease. We need new disasters to fill our heads; constant and ever-changing stimulation.
What would happen if everyone simply got fed up and started saying “no.”
What if everyone started refusing the drugs? I realize there are drugs people really do need and there are drugs that people don’t necessarily need but that can’t be stopped suddenly, so I am not advocating anything like that. But there are so many bogus drugs, so many that are clearly on the shelf for no other reason than Big Pharma wants us to buy them.
If we did this, the drug companies would go out of business, setting off a domino effect, and our economy would fall apart. Millions would lose their jobs.
What would happen if people started eating 80 percent fresh produce instead of 80 percent processed foods? The processed food corporations would go out of business.
What would happen if people stopped drinking soda? Energy drinks? Stopped eating fast food?
Are we prepared for the economic devastation this would bring?
“It will never happen, so why even bring it up?” everyone says.
Why won’t it happen? What stops people from taking control of their own lives? There are as many excuses as there are people for why we can’t do any of this. We have been led to believe we are powerless to change anything when each of us really has the power within us to change everything.
Anyone can make a pot of vegetable stew that will last a week. Potatoes are versatile. A sweet potato is healthy and filling.
What would happen if everyone started drinking water from the tap. Tap water isn’t any worse for you than water in a plastic bottle. You’ve just been conned into thinking it is.
Tasha Stoiber, senior scientist with the Environmental Working Group, says, “We don’t recommend using bottled water unless it’s in the case of an emergency or something has gone very wrong, like in the case of Flint, Michigan, where there’s no safe water for anyone to drink.” Yet the bottled water industry generates over $100 billion in revenues each year in the United States alone. Up to 80 percent of the plastic bottles which do not make it into a recycling program in the United States will end up in a landfill.
People won’t drink tap water, but they have no problem drinking Diet Coke daily.
This might sound harsh, but if we can’t stop voluntarily paying for something and putting it into our bodies that we know is poison, what right do we have to turn around and judge anyone for taking the COVID-19 vaccine when they truly believed it was going to save their lives?
These companies have us in a choke hold any which way we look at it. All these products have addictive properties in one way or another. Without realizing it, most of us have become addicted to drugs and unhealthy food of one kind or another. How much worse will it get? How top heavy will this greedy empire become before it topples down on all of us? Because it doesn’t look like it will end from people taking the initiative to cleanse their own systems of these deadly products.