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Pfizer and Big Pharma's Tentacles of Corruption
The biggest story this week is Lee Fang's substack article, where he spilled the beans that Pfizer and a bunch of "independent" groups are actually in cahoots, and you won't believe how much cash is involved! These so-called "independent" groups are supposed to be all about consumer, medical, and civil rights, but it turns out they're just puppets on a string, dancing to Pfizer's tune. These groups are all about pushing vaccine mandates and the "safe and effective" narrative.
According to the report, there are approximately 500 groups involved, and each got a nice fat payment from Pfizer. You can practically hear the “cha-ching” sound effect as you flip through the 28 pages of slides showing all the groups that sold out to Pfizer.
If you want to look at the 28 pages, click the link.
These reports are straight from Pfizer and open to the public under the Sunshine Act.
Now, if you're not familiar with what the Sunshine Act is, it's a law in the US that requires healthcare companies to tell everyone if they're giving gifts or cash to doctors and teaching hospitals. Why's that important? Well, doctors need to focus on giving their patients the best care possible rather than on how much money they can make from drug or medical device companies. So the Sunshine Act helps doctors make decisions only for their patients' best interests and not their own pockets.
Even more shocking is that these 28 pages of documents only show the groups that Pfizer is legally required to report on in the US. They don't even show the organizations that Pfizer sponsors outside of the US! There would be thousands if they had to report on all of them worldwide.
Let me give you an example that is not included in the report. Check out the chart below to see how much cash Pfizer gave the prestigious Imperial College London. This is where many of the pro-experimental mRNA professors work in the UK.
Even though many of these professors don't have a "direct" conflict of interest, imagine how you'd feel if you worked at a place that got money from Pfizer. Would you be quick to speak out against them? Probably not. You might wanna play along with the whole "Safe and Effective" story to get ahead in your career.
When the higher-ups in your organization are delighted to hear you tout the safety and efficacy of vaccinations to the masses, it's like a VIP pass to career success! I mean, forget about climbing the corporate ladder; you're on the express elevator straight to the top!
If you want to have some fun looking at organizations and individuals who receive cash from Pfizer (and other Big Pharma), here are the links:
Unfortunately, these are the only three countries with a centralized database of Pharmaceutical payments to organizations and individuals. In many countries, this process isn't consistent. For example, in Canada, they only publish aggregate amounts instead of naming individual organizations. (i.e. “Patient Societies = $XXXX”)
On top of that, there are also many ways to reward doctors and individuals bypassing the Sunshine Act. Like I explained previously, to be a successful Pharma Executive, the trick is to understand rules and regulations and learn how to skirt around them.
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Book deals are a great way to do it because you don’t have to declare how much money you spend in buying books. If you don't believe me, just take a look at the post I made back in January 2023, and then check out how Fauci cashed out through a book deal in March of the same year. These are just a couple of the many tricks that those in the know use to get ahead.
Signing off for now
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