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2021 Sep 12, 1:07am   15,771 views  133 comments

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So, making so much money on this vaccine, with the government backing the cost for multiple doses to almost a billion, maybe much more, people worldwide now and in the immediate future, how come this stock hasn't doubled or tripled in price?

A First Order Analysis says "Ha,ha - foolish Conspiracy Theorist, perhaps this is not the boon to Pfizer you think it is! They are just making modest amounts on the vaccine because the good people at Pfizer just have your good health in mind"

They didn't do the Second or Third Order Analysis.

Almost 400M COVID "Vaccine" doses have been administered, according to CDC. A large percentage of that is by Pfizer.

Why HASNT the Smart Money plowed into this stock and sent it's price skyrocketing?

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78   Patrick   2022 Dec 30, 11:24am  


Robert F Kennedy Jr: "The Media Is an Extension of the Pharmaceutical Industry"
75% of advertising revenues now on the mainstream media are now coming from pharma — and that ratio is even higher for the evening news."

79   Patrick   2023 Jan 3, 8:46pm  


Based on the novella and screenplay by Graham Greene, The Third Man is a crime story about Harry Lime—an American running a medical charity in Vienna, who makes a killing selling penicillin on the bombed out, impoverished city’s black market. To increase his profits, he cuts the drug with other substances, thereby destroying its efficacy and causing the patients (including children) to die horribly from their infections.

In the film’s most iconic scene, the good guy (played by Joseph Cotton) meets his old friend Harry Lime (played by Orson Welles) on the Giant Ferris wheel in the Vienna Prater amusement park and tries to appeal to his conscience. At the wheel’s apex, the charismatic Harry opens the door, points down to people walking on the ground below, and says:

Look down there. Would you really feel any pity if one of those dots stopped moving forever? If I offered you twenty thousand pounds for every dot that stopped, would you really, old man, tell me to keep my money, or would you calculate how many dots you could afford to spare? Free of income tax, old man. Free of income tax. … Nobody thinks in terms of human beings. Governments don’t, why should we? They talk about the people and the proletariat; I talk about the suckers and the mugs. It’s the same thing. They have their five-year plans, and so have I.

Pfizer in a nutshell.

They should hang.
80   Patrick   2023 Jan 4, 10:25pm  


One of the most significant cultural transformations of the last two years has been the newfound glorification of the pharmaceutical industry.

An industry plagued by decades of fraud, corruption, and criminality managed to quickly rebrand itself as the savior of humanity during the covid-19 crisis.

But nothing inherently changed. Big Pharma still values shareholders’ profits more than people’s lives.

The regulatory agencies still operate as revolving doors to the pharmaceutical giants they are said to regulate.

Big Pharma still dominates lobbying efforts in Washington DC and spends billions each year advertising pharmaceutical products. ...
81   Patrick   2023 Jan 5, 12:08am  


1. Thread:
This is hard to watch.
Patient developed Myocarditis one year after the vaccine. When he mentioned £27,000, suddenly I remembered something I learnt from Pharma when I switched from Sales to Marketing. They taught me how to calculate Net Value of a Patient.

2. The moment a patient decides to take a medication, in Pharma, we already calculated the NET VALUE of a patient. What is NET VALUE?
NET Value = Price of Drug X compliance rate X duration of treatment
83   FortwayeAsFuckJoeBiden   2023 Jan 10, 6:45pm  

Patrick says

thought it was pete buttgay for a second there.
84   Patrick   2023 Jan 11, 10:34am  

Pfizer is the top advertiser on TV and radio. This is one reason TV and radio will not tell the truth: Pfizer is murdering large numbers of people with the vaxx.

Screen shot from 0:45, warning you about "conspiracy theories" exactly as the announcer falls over from the vaxx:

85   Patrick   2023 Jan 11, 7:32pm  


Twitter Pressured by Pfizer to Suppress Tweets

Twitter was asked to censor tweets by Pfizer that questioned its efficacy. ...

Meet former FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb. He is now a board member of Pfizer. He’s been busy getting tweets that challenge the ‘safe and effective’ narrative censored and removed. ...

No doubt Dr. Scott Gottlieb wasn’t the only one trying to suppress tweets. Todd O’Boyle is also a Washington lobbyist and was the White House’s point of contact for Twitter.

This is just the first part of the new batch of Twitter files specifically regarding COVID-19 and the pandemic. We are told to expect a release regarding Dr. Fauci. ...

4/ In 1996, Pfizer gave an experimental drug to 200 Nigerian children without informing their parents that an approved cure existed or that their children were subjects of a medical experiment.

Eleven children died.

Others suffered brain damage, organ failure, or paralysis.

86   Patrick   2023 Jan 12, 11:23am  


Die geplante Erhöhung liegt über den 50 Dollar, die Expert:innen erwartet hatten. Der Aufschlag beträgt 10.000 Prozent auf die geschätzten Herstellungskosten des Impfstoffs.


The planned increase is above the $ 50 that experts had expected. The surcharge is 10,000 percent on the estimated production cost of the vaccine.
91   richwicks   2023 Jan 13, 7:00pm  

Patrick says


Oops - scratch that, I thought there were two videos, and I wanted the source to the first one, which was the 2nd video (and first video).


Will you provide sources for these? I would like higher quality videos and know who created them.
92   richwicks   2023 Jan 13, 7:05pm  

Patrick says

I ought to make a shirt of that..
94   steverbeaver   2023 Jan 13, 9:23pm  

Here is a Libertarian hypothetical: how much would you hypothetically pay to have Pfizer perpetrators heads on a pike. This is hypothetical but I want some cartoonish responses stated for my glowing admirers to ponder.
95   steverbeaver   2023 Jan 13, 9:27pm  

For me... I speculate that about $2500 incentive per head is plenty enough to get takers, and thrice that for made men is ok e.g. Gottlieb-tier. Hypothetical speaking. One would never discuss such topics in seriousness on the internet for obvious reasons.
96   Patrick   2023 Jan 13, 10:31pm  

I don't think anyone should have to pay for justice. It's the most basic duty of government, even for libertarians.

On the other hand, when the government is so corrupted by Pfizer money that it absolutely refuses to provide justice, maybe bounties are reasonable.
97   theoakman   2023 Jan 14, 5:26am  

My son's best friend's mom, late 40s, had a stroke yesterday. She kept boosting, despite already having it because that's what the tv and internet told her to do.
103   Patrick   2023 Jan 26, 2:22pm  


NEW YORK, NY — Pharmaceutical giant Pfizer has unveiled their new mascot, an adorable glob of platelets who goes by the name "Clotty".

"See? Blood clots aren't scary!" said Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla as a smiling Clotty danced onto the stage. "Welcome to Pfizer, Clotty! Let's get one of these little guys into every home in America!"

While Pfizer initially pushed back against evidence tying the vaccine to blood clots, the company has decided to instead embrace it. "We are so excited for Clotty to help us put a friendly face on heart attacks and strokes," said Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla. "Every new COVID booster will now come with a plush Clotty doll you can take to the hospital when you inevitably get admitted with a massive embolus. You'll love squeezing Clotty while they wheel you into the cath lab! Thanks, Clotty!"

The new mascot's reception has thus far been overwhelmingly positive, with Clotty paraphernalia already showing up in several politicians' offices. "Gosh darn it, I love the little guy," said Senator Elizabeth Warren, sporting a Clotty t-shirt as she adjusted a picture of her and Clotty. "Every child in America should be so lucky as to have one of these precious little blood clots. I will continue to do everything in my power to make it happen."

At publishing time, Donald Trump had reportedly added Clotty to his list of potential running mates.
108   Ceffer   2023 Feb 3, 10:47pm  

Of course, a money laundering angle for big Pharma was mandatory. 1.Tell all the pet politicians how and when to invest in the vax and fake Covid merchandising commodities. 2. Get the politicians to spring tax money in the billions on vaxes and merchandise related to Covid, all promoted with the Covid Terror advertising campaign, on the propaganda that the public health requires it 3. Even if the vaxes and the boosters wind up being thrown away (as it appears most of them have), and masks and Covid debris wind up polluting the face of the earth (can you go anywhere without seeing thrown away masks blowing around?) the Pharma and politicians made huge profits because of the mandated purchases by the government and end users.
110   ad   2023 Feb 5, 9:19pm  

Pfizer is at the same stock price it was in 1999 :-/

Granted, its dividend is about 3.3% and its p/e ratio (trailing 12 months) is around 8, thanks mostly to all the government vaccine money.

The p/e ratio average about 15 from 2010 to 2023.

Guru Focus website gives it high scores (at least 7 out of 10) for financial strength, profitability, and revenue and earnings growth.

111   Patrick   2023 Feb 7, 11:26am  


WASHINGTON, DC — In a move designed to both bring in some extra revenue for the federal government as well as send a message of encouragement to the public to get vaccinated, tonight's State of the Union address from President Joe Biden will be sponsored by Pfizer.

"We've really been a driving force behind most decisions made by the country's leadership anyway," said Pfizer spokesperson Phil Brooks. "The next logical step is to just start publicly sponsoring this type of official policy speech."

Fresh off its sponsorship of the much-talked-about musical performance/Satanic worship service by Sam Smith at the Grammy Awards, the pharmaceutical giant is looking to expand its public presence into the political sphere. "Most members of Congress are on our payroll already," Brooks continued. "Sam Smith's performance at the Grammys, combined with a speech from President Biden, really captures the essence of what Pfizer is all about. They go hand-in-hand."

Other potential sponsors were reportedly discussed behind closed doors by the Biden administration, including Balenciaga, the Chinese Communist Party, and Satan himself. "We thought about other options, but Pfizer seemed like a good start," said a White House source under the condition of anonymity. "After all, we can't really be too open and honest about who controls our messaging."

At publishing time, additional ideas being bounced around included having the President do paid ad reads for Pfizer during the speech, adding a musical interlude by Sam Smith, or even inviting Pfizer mascot Clotty to be one of the President's guests.
112   Patrick   2023 Feb 7, 11:49am  


Chief Nerd
Pfizer: We need to pause advertising on Twitter to see how
moderates hate speech

Also Pfizer: How much to sponsor the Satanic performance at the Grammys?

Watch until the end👇

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