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The shit hits the fan in Pfizer. Pfizer's Director caught on video talking about mutating viruses to develop new vaccines!

...and what is happening behind the scenes in Pfizer at this moment!!

What is this about?

A few hours ago, an undercover journalist at Project Veritas caught a Pfizer Director casually talking about internal plans to mutate the COVID viruses so they could develop new vaccines to make more money. The person who recorded this video is also an internal Pfizer employee, so this is a discussion between Pfizer colleagues.

Is this real?

I received some questions about whether this was an actual video because it was pretty surreal. My short answer is yes; it is authentic.

Project Veritas posted some additional screencaps. It’s a screenshot of the organization (It looks like Workday integrated with Microsoft Teams).

Workday is a standard HR system used by almost all Big Pharma and big corps.

He works under Global Pipeline Planning. These are the people who plan new drugs (i.e. analyzing disease trends and unmet needs and evaluating the demographics to see if these drugs would be profitable). One of their primary responsibilities is ensuring R & D money goes into the right therapeutic areas. For example, spend less R & D money on finding treatment for diseases in some poor countries and put more R & D money into finding treatment for diseases in developed countries because those governments are rich enough to subsidize expensive drugs.

So, when you work in Pharma, usually there are terms that you use "publicly", and there are terms that you use "privately". So, for example, his job description would be "to evaluate potential future diseases and unmet treatment needs". But privately, they are just looking for future drugs that potentially turn into cash cows. That's why you hear him talk casually about "cash cows". This is very common among execs in Pharma.

Terminologies are essential in Pharma because they don’t want to get caught. Another example is that he insists that this is not a “Gain of Function” but “Directed Evolution”.

For example, people who work in the Commercial side of Pharma are constantly trained to say “increasing patient treatment” instead of “increasing sales” whenever they discuss marketing tactics. You don’t want to get caught, especially since some junior staffs capture these in meeting minutes, and these meeting minutes might go public.

In another part of the conversation, the Pfizer exec said, “we’re going to consider that [directed evolution] with more discussions”.

So this is what’s happening;

When specific meeting discussions turn controversial (like the one that Jordon Trishton supposedly had), some senior executive would say, “we need to discuss this further in other meetings”.

The higher-level executives (probably his boss) will stop it in case some loudmouth director or manager talks about it in public (like this guy) or gets captured in meeting minutes.

At the end of the meeting session, those senior execs look through the meeting minutes and scrub those controversial topics off, so it does not appear on paper. Controversial discussions like “Directed Evolution” or “Gain of Function” happens at the very top and are usually “off the record.”

Little nuances like this tell me this is a genuine conversation. You can't make it up, and you can't fake it.

So what is Pfizer doing right now?

This is a crisis for Pfizer, and they have a crisis management plan. The high-ranking executives cancel all their other daily meetings, and they go immediately into a "war room". They evaluate the status of this crisis to decide which crisis level this belongs to (i.e. whether it is a "Shit hit the fan crisis" or "shit almost hitting the fan crisis")

The first thing they do is draft out a public comment for all employees. It sounds something like

"nothing illegal was committed. These are just private discussions of a certain employee, and it does not reflect Pfizer's genuine commitment to Patient Safety, blah blah blah.."

Everyone will get a memo. It's usually a one-pager; I am just oversimplifying it. All employees are supposed to say the same lines in case some journalists call for comments. It will also contain some FAQs for all general employees to tell them what to do and remind them of various policies and all corporate stuff.

It will look like a very decent memo because they know it might go public, so they will also put in some wordings like "Pfizer is committed to the highest ethics …blah blah blah".

In the War Room, they will run through many scenarios. For example, if Elon Musk makes a nasty comment about this issue, they will have counter-strategies immediately going into effect. For instance, they might engage some Key Opinion Leaders to be on standby to issue statements to counter what Elon might say.

Different divisions will get various tasks.

  • Public Relations will be in charge of some PR campaigns like engaging Eric Topol or some influencer Medical Doctors to say something like, "it's normal to mutate viruses, we have been doing it for decades, and it is nothing new".

    They might get Wall Street Journal to write an opinion with a headline:

    "Why Directed Evolution is different from Gain of Function, and it is safer than what you think…." 

  • Public Relations will also have its PR partner monitor news and sentiments. Usually, they have a daily sentiment tracking report with various measures and KPIs like "public anger", "anti-vax sentiments", etc. They will craft strategies to contain the sentiments when they hit the red line. All these reports go directly to Bourla daily.

  • Human Resources will do some internal policy review to make sure shit like this doesn't happen again. They will review internal employee training and encourage employees to be careful because Project Veritas might expose them.

  • Government Relations will immediately call up the local Politicians to monitor if anyone intends to take action, and they will try to stop it before some senator goes public.

  • The commercial departments will draft a strategy for their customers (doctors). Different commercial divisions will formulate other plans. For example, the cardiovascular division might say, "Look, this is something happening in vaccines, and because of the recent pandemic, we had to expand and speedily hire the team; some have not gone through ethical training blah blah blah…."

Further Related Readings

In this article, I wrote about crisis management and how Pharma trains executive staff in Crisis Management.

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Finally, Albert Bourla or some key executives might resign in March or April 2023. I am just speculating. But I sense the heat, and let me tell you, Albert Bourla and some key executives already made big bonuses in 2021 and 2022 because Pfizer’s revenue almost doubled in these two years because of the COVID vaccines. I think their sales have hit the ceiling for now, and with increasing excess deaths, 2023 sales might not be as outstanding as they hope.

So, March and April will be a good time to leave once they get their bonuses (the 2022 Bonus Payout happens at the end of March or April). For example their Head of Vaccines for R&D announced her resignation end of April 2022.

We will see!

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