I’m certain you’re conscious of the huge disaster we’ve with kids beneath 5 dropping unwell like flies from COVID, as that is the justification Pfizer is utilizing to get an Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) to allow them to jab these defenseless and harmless kids. No? Me, neither.
Regardless of conclusive proof that younger kids have just about no threat of extreme issues or loss of life from COVID-19, Pfizer is hustling to get our infants and toddlers injected with their experimental gene switch know-how.
February 1, 2022, Pfizer/BioNTech requested the U.S. Meals and Drug Administration to grant emergency use authorization (EUA) for his or her COVID shot to infants and youngsters aged 6 months by 4 years.1,2,3
In mid-December 2021, Pfizer admitted that two injections, at one-tenth the grownup dose, failed to provide an enough immune response in 2- to 4-year-olds. They’re now experimenting to see if three doses will produce enough ends in that age group. Within the meantime, the EUA will likely be for a two-dose routine, with the opportunity of extending it to a 3rd dose.
As reported by The New York Occasions,4 have been Pfizer to attend till the triple-dose experiment is accomplished, the EUA request wouldn’t be potential till late March 2022, and federal officers are reportedly “anxious to start a vaccination program for the youngest kids as a result of the research confirmed there have been no security considerations with two doses.”
In different phrases, they apparently don’t care whether or not the photographs are efficient or not. They declare the photographs are “secure,” so it’s OK to inject younger kids despite the fact that they may not achieve any profit. Does that make any sense?
In response to MSN:5
“[Pfizer] and its accomplice BioNTech mentioned that the submission was on the request of the FDA, which is an uncommon transfer. Shortly after the announcement, the FDA scheduled a gathering of its vaccine advisory committee for Feb. 15 to debate the appliance.
Permitting Pfizer to submit the request now signifies that, if approved, ‘mother and father could have the chance to start a COVID-19 vaccination sequence for his or her kids whereas awaiting potential authorization of a 3rd dose,’ in accordance with Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla. Knowledge on the third dose will likely be submitted to the FDA ‘within the coming months,’ the corporate mentioned.”
COVID Pictures Proven to Destroy Immune Operate
The checklist of considerations is a protracted one. We’ve already seen that Pfizer’s personal information reveal there are severe issues with the photographs, and real-world information confirming worst fears are mounting by the day.
A variety of medical specialists, scientists and printed research have warned the COVID photographs can reprogram your immune system to reply in a dysfunctional method. For instance, a research6 posted on the preprint server medRxiv, Might 6, 2021, discovered the Pfizer/BioNTech COVID jab “reprograms each adaptive and innate immune responses,” inflicting immune depletion.
Whereas the jab “induced efficient humoral and mobile immunity in opposition to a number of SARS-CoV-2 variants,” the shot “additionally modulated the manufacturing of inflammatory cytokines by innate immune cells upon stimulation with each particular (SARS-CoV-2) and nonspecific (viral, fungal and bacterial) stimuli.”
Individuals who have been “absolutely vaccinated,” having acquired two doses of the Pfizer shot, additionally produced considerably much less interferon upon stimulation, which hampers vitally necessary innate immune responses.
In different phrases, we’re a horrible tradeoff. Chances are you’ll get some safety in opposition to SARS-CoV-2 and its variants, however you’re weakening your total immune perform, which opens the door broad to all kinds of different well being issues, from bacterial, fungal and viral infections to most cancers and autoimmunity.
Is it actually clever to show infants and toddlers to such dangers? Simply because kids aren’t dying inside a number of weeks of the shot doesn’t imply it’s innocent and due to this fact secure to make use of. Many of the injury from these jabs will emerge far down the highway, lengthy after they’ve gotten the shot.
The FDA is absolutely behaving in an irresponsible and negligent method, placing each youngster in America in hurt’s manner in the long term — and for no purpose in any respect, since they know very properly two doses gained’t work in 2- to 4-year-olds, they usually do not know if three doses will do the trick.
Pfizer Knowledge Strengthen Security Considerations
Pfizer’s personal trial information,7 that are beginning to be launched in response to a Freedom of Data Act (FOIA) request to the FDA, additionally do nothing to assuage security considerations. Fairly the opposite. Cumulatively, between December 1, 2020, and February 28, 2021 — a interval of simply 2.5 months — Pfizer acquired 42,086 damage stories, together with 1,223 fatalities.
Evaluate that to the 1976 swine flu vaccine, which was pulled after 25 deaths. Pfizer even acknowledges the irregular charge of accidents. They really needed to rent extra information entry and case processing personnel to deal with the inflow of hostile occasions stories. Nonetheless, they insist the whole lot is hunky-dory and there’s completely no downside.
Initially, the FDA needed 55 years to launch all of Pfizer’s trial information at a charge of 500 pages per 30 days. After discovering one other trove of associated paperwork, they requested for 75 years. A decide denied each requests, ordering the company to launch the info at a charge of 55,000 pages per 30 days, beginning March 1, 2022, to finalize the complete launch in about eight months.8
Judging by what we discovered within the preliminary 500-page batch launched in November 2021, it’s no surprise the FDA needed sufficient time to verify all culpable events can be lifeless and buried earlier than the complete reality of their malfeasance got here out. If all goes properly, we should always have all that proof by September 2022.
Pfizer Intervenes in FOIA Lawsuit
There’s yet one more wrinkle within the FOIA lawsuit in opposition to the FDA, although. Pfizer is now pushing to intervene within the case. Pfizer says it desires to “assist” the FDA with the redaction of the documentation, claiming it comprises commerce secrets and techniques and proprietary data that have to be protected and could be inappropriately disclosed if rushed.9,10 January 26, 2022, Reuters reported:11
“Pfizer Inc. desires to intervene in a Texas federal lawsuit looking for data from the U.S. Meals and Drug Administration utilized in licensing the corporate’s COVID-19 vaccine, a litigation transfer that plaintiffs who’re suing for the info say is untimely.
Pfizer’s legal professionals at DLA Piper advised U.S. District Choose Mark Pittman on Jan. 21 it needed a task within the proceedings to assist the FDA keep away from ‘inappropriately’ disclosing commerce secret and confidential industrial data …
The group of medical doctors and scientists who sued final 12 months over public entry to the FDA’s Pfizer licensing data mentioned in a courtroom submitting that the corporate’s bid to leap into the lawsuit was premature as a result of the plaintiffs haven’t challenged any redactions to requested data.”
The Defender additional reported:12
“The FDA claimed Pfizer is entitled to intervene within the case and the method of redacting the paperwork in query, because of the “Commerce Secrets and techniques Act,” signed into legislation by President Obama in 2016, stating:
‘FDA anticipates that coordination with Pfizer to acquire the corporate’s views as to which parts of the data are topic to Exemption 4, the Commerce Secrets and techniques Act, 18 U.S.C. § 1905, or different statutory protections will likely be a mandatory part of the company’s endeavors to fulfill the extraordinary exigencies of this case.’
Nonetheless, in accordance with The Gateway Pundit, the Commerce Secrets and techniques Act is being misinterpreted by the FDA and Pfizer: ‘[T]he protections supplied beneath that legislation enable for an proprietor of a commerce secret to sue in federal courtroom when its commerce secrets and techniques have been misappropriated and doesn’t even suggest that an organization might intervene in a public data request by the FOIA.’
[Aaron] Siri [of the Siri & Glimstad law firm] additionally questioned the FDA’s dedication to transparency and hinted at a cover-up, stating: ‘The Courtroom is, aside from Congress, the one examine on the FDA …
It’s comprehensible that the FDA doesn’t need impartial scientists to evaluation the paperwork it relied upon to license Pfizer’s vaccine on condition that it’s not as efficient because the FDA initially claimed, doesn’t stop transmission, doesn’t stop in opposition to sure rising variants, could cause severe coronary heart irritation in youthful people, and has quite a few different undisputed questions of safety.’
Siri mentioned the FDA’s ‘potential embarrassment’ over its choice to license the Pfizer vaccine should take a again seat to the transparency demanded by FOIA and ‘the pressing want and pursuits of the American folks to evaluation that licensure information.’”
‘The Fact About Pfizer’
The British “Dispatches” documentary above, “Vaccine Wars: The Fact About Pfizer,” evaluations quite a few points referring to Pfizer’s dealing with of the COVID pandemic, together with its “battle profiteering” (specializing in income throughout a pandemic) and spreading deceptive claims about its opponents, a whistleblower’s claims of scientific misconduct, and questions on Pfizer “taking part in God” by unilaterally dictating who would get its jab and who wouldn’t, thereby prolonging the pandemic.
In response to the Dispatches report, Pfizer’s jab was not solely costlier than its rival AstraZeneca to start with, costing the U.Okay. authorities £18 per dose in comparison with £3 for AstraZeneca, however as a 3rd booster dose rolled out, Pfizer raised its worth to £22, a call that has raised questions in regards to the firm’s motives. It appears pretty apparent that it’s all in regards to the cash for them.
Pfizer will, in fact, disagree with that apparent conclusion. In response to professor Sir Andrew Pollard, who helped develop the Pfizer shot, the corporate’s incentive was by no means about maximizing income. U.S. Congresswoman Jan Schakowsky, alternatively, advised Dispatches that Pfizer clearly made no effort to rein of their pricing or restrict their income.
In response to Dispatches, Pfizer’s COVID jab has turn into probably the most worthwhile pharmaceutical product the world has ever seen. As of the third quarter of 2021, Pfizer’s revenues have been 130% above operational prices, with COVID jab income for 2021 reaching $36 billion. Income from the jab is predicted to rise to $55 billion in 2022 — equal to the gross home product (GDP) of Croatia.
One of many causes for Pfizer’s record-breaking income, Dispatches says, is as a result of it has been prioritizing gross sales to wealthier Western nations keen and capable of pay the upper value. Pfizer has additionally refused to license its patented recipe to make sure an enough provide for poorer nations.
Its gross revenue margin is estimated to be someplace round 80%, or maybe somewhat extra. Pfizer, in the meantime, claims its revenue margin for the jab is within the high-20%. Pfizer defends its profiteering, partly, by saying it pays for wanted analysis and growth, however let’s do not forget that taxpayers paid for all the analysis and growth that went into this jab within the first place.
As defined within the video, the preliminary growth of the Pfizer jab was accomplished by BioNTech, which acquired tens of millions of euros of public funding from each the German authorities and the European Union. Primarily, the general public paid for its growth after which acquired fleeced whereas Pfizer makes out like a bandit.
By the tip of 2021, Pfizer had manufactured 2 billion doses of the jab. However whereas the corporate claims it’s devoted to supply “equitable and inexpensive entry,” solely 16% had gone to lower- and middle-income nations, and only one% to the poorest of countries.
In 2022, Pfizer intends to provide 4 billion doses. In response to Dispatches, the entire value of producing is someplace between 80 cents and $1.40 per dose. The most certainly value is correct round $1.05. Pfizer disputes this, saying it “doesn’t replicate the true prices” of creating the jab, as this value doesn’t embody the price of scaling up manufacturing efforts, international distribution and medical trials.
The U.Okay., which pays the very best worth for Pfizer’s jab, had on the finish of 2021 paid Pfizer an estimated £2.6 billion (about $3.5 billion) which, primarily based on the price of manufacturing, is considered about £2 billion (round $2.7 billion) greater than it ought to have paid, had the revenue margin been extra cheap.
Pfizer Unfold Misinformation About Rivals
In response to Dispatches, Pfizer can also be answerable for spreading misinformation about rival COVID photographs, together with the AstraZeneca injection. A Canadian PowerPoint presentation despatched to medical professionals included a slide detailing alleged disadvantages of viral vector DNA injections (such because the AstraZeneca shot).
The slide states that viral vector DNA injections would possibly trigger chromosomal integration and oncogenesis. In different phrases, the DNA would possibly turn into completely built-in in your genes, and will trigger most cancers. There was additionally a warning in opposition to its use in immunocompromised sufferers.
Curiously sufficient, when requested, Pollard claims there’s no reality to any of these claims. So, “how did these claims come to be proven to well being professionals throughout Canada?” Dispatches asks. After some digging, they found the presentation was, partly, funded by Pfizer, and that the important thing speaker who gave the presentation had acquired Pfizer funding.
Extra particularly, the portion of the presentation that listed disadvantages of viral vector DNA merchandise was written by a workforce that included a minimum of one member who had beforehand labored in Pfizer’s vaccine division.
When requested in regards to the dangers related to vaccine misinformation, Pollard says there are “enormous dangers,” as something that causes folks to be hesitant about getting the shot may end up in them risking their lives.
So, seeing how Pfizer seems to have undermined a competing COVID jab, aren’t they then responsible of inflicting vaccine hesitancy and placing lives in danger? And, seeing how Pollard claims there’s no reality to any of these warnings, doesn’t that counsel Pfizer put folks’s lives in danger for no different purpose than to maximise their very own income? Pfizer, in fact, denies having had any affect over the creation of the presentation.
Remember, I strongly disagree with Dispatches’ claims that the Pfizer shot is a life-saving drug. I additionally disagree with Pollard’s declare that vaccine hesitancy is probably life-threatening. What I’m declaring right here is the hypocrisy.
Whereas Dispatches valiantly tries to color Pfizer as a worldwide savior, albeit a grasping one, I imagine all COVID jabs are a harmful rip-off which can be doing much more hurt to humanity than good. They’re actually raking in unprecedented income from the struggling and loss of life of untold tens of millions.
Had been Corners Reduce?
After giving the viewers a blanket assurance that the Pfizer jab is “clearly secure and efficient,” Dispatches goes on to evaluation whistleblower testimony13 from Brooke Jackson, a medical analysis coordinator and former regional director of Ventavia Analysis Group, a analysis group charged with testing Pfizer’s COVID jab at a number of websites in Texas.
Jackson, who labored on Pfizer’s Section 3 COVID jab trial within the fall of 2020, claims she discovered proof of trial information being falsified. She was additionally shocked to understand that sufferers within the medical trials have been unblinded.
Their charts contained data displaying whether or not they acquired the true shot or a placebo, which is a severe breach. “In on a regular basis I’ve been doing analysis, I’ve by no means seen the kind of misconduct that I noticed [at Ventavia],” Jackson says.
She repeatedly knowledgeable her superiors about considerations over poor laboratory administration, affected person security and information integrity points — all of which have been ignored. She additionally tried to get in contact with the Pfizer website liaison, however was by no means capable of converse to him straight. Finally, she filed a grievance with the U.S. Meals and Drug Administration, and that too was ignored. To high it off, she was fired.
In response to Dispatches inquiries, Pfizer claims they performed “an intensive investigation” into Jackson’s claims, that “actions have been taken to appropriate and remediate” the issues she’d reported, and that no proof was discovered that will “invalidate the info or jeopardize the integrity of the research.” Ventavia additionally claims they discovered Jackson’s accusations to be “unsubstantiated,” and the FDA insists it has “full confidence” in Pfizer’s information.
Why Are We Experimenting on Youngsters?
Traditionally, kids have been excluded from early human trials, and for good purpose. The opportunity of hurt is nice it doesn’t matter what the drug, and right here we’re speaking a couple of never-before-used gene switch know-how that hasn’t even been examined on animals.
Worse but, a whole lot of 1000’s of American adults have skilled very severe and debilitating negative effects. Greater than 10,300 have died post-jab, as of January 21, 2022, within the U.S. territories alone.14 Why is the FDA risking our youngsters?
As talked about, we already know kids are basically at zero threat of dying from COVID. They may take a look at constructive. They may develop signs, however they get by it identical to they get by the widespread chilly or flu. There’s no purpose to jeopardize their long-term well being with a COVID jab. They don’t want it, and due to this fact ANY threat of the jab, irrespective of how small, is unconscionable and unacceptable.
Thankfully, many mother and father, together with many who acquired the shot themselves, should not keen to gamble their younger ones. By mid-December 2021, slightly below 20% of youngsters between the ages of 5 and 11 within the U.S. had acquired their first COVID shot, with vaccination charges amongst city kids being twice that of these dwelling in rural areas.15
Nonetheless, since then, the injection charge has quickly dropped off. In Florida, the weekly injection charge amongst kids 5 to 11 was 55,548 in mid-November 2021, when the EUA for this age group went into impact. By the final week of January 2022, that weekly charge had dwindled to 10,084.16 I might sincerely hope that because the EUA is prolonged all the way in which right down to 6-month-olds, mother and father merely refuse their kids’s participation on this ongoing experiment.