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Pfizer Loves Us + Trudeau, Then and Now
A collection of news.
This story is a short collection of news that caught my eye. I am still working on the long-form article about the death of science under “New Normal” but in the meanwhile, the news is coming in, and it’s hard not to share. :)
#1. As it goes, this one caught my eye because I wrote it. My interview with Dr. Meryl Nass was published by Mercola (PDF / video / Dr. Mercola’s Censored Library).
It has a full transcript of the interview, too.
#2. Pfizer really doesn’t want the public to see what’s in their COVID injection-related data. I wonder why?
First, they asked for a 55-year embargo on data release, then for 75 years—and then, once they were ordered by a judge to start releasing their data quickly, they refused to do it anyway.
I assume it’s because they love us and don’t want us to stress our pretty little heads out over their safety data.
After all, the tiny bit of the data that was released as a result of a FOIA request, showed over 1200 deaths and a slew of adverse effects in three months, according to their own “post marketing.” And as a caring pharma company, they don’t want us to think about worrisome stuff, unless thinking about worrisome stuff helps to convince us to get vaccinated. See, they really love us!!
It’s not like in the past, they paid the largest healthcare fraud settlement in the U.S. history or bribed their way out of criminal charges in Nigeria. Never happened. And if it did, they have since found Jesus, and we have nothing to be concerned about!
On a related note, here’s from the British Medical Journal, one the most cited general medical journals in the world:
#3. Alberta stats.
This one is another article in the making—but I can’t resist sharing this bit. Here is official data from Alberta on hospitalizations and deaths among different demographics, based on vaccination status. This doesn’t quite look like a “pandemic of the unvaccinated” but hey, our governments love us, too, so…
#4. Trudeau, then and now.
Here’s young Trudeau on “freedom to do what you want with your body.”
Here’s the same Trudeau on truck drivers, in 2020.
I don’t know the context for the 2012 tweet below (I was merely looking for what Trudeau said about truckers over time) but it looks like in 2012, supported “dissonance.” It must be that at the time, his boss at the World Economic Forum had not yet sent out the censorship memo to all his Young Global Leaders…
And here is how Trudeau is finally thanking the truck drivers today:
HONK HONK HONK! :)
Trudeau might have to turn off his Twitter responses (like Bill Gates famously did) if he wants to maintain any plausibility at all. Otherwise, it kind of looks like he is not quite telling the truth…
#5. Meanwhile, here are the racist, misogynist, fringe truckes and farmers…
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