Get Ready for Pfizer’s “TURBO-CHARGED GUIDED MISSILE” Cancer Drugs

“1 in 3 people in the world are going to have cancer,” says Albert Bourla. And that’s great news for Pfizer.

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Our fearless leaders love war. They love talking about it. They love playing war games. They love fighting in actual wars. That’s because they always benefit from them—any kind of war.

“We’re going fight this and win,” they say.

“We’re all in this together,” they say.

Except, whatever “this” is, what they really mean is you’re going to fight it and lose your lives, your savings, your homes, your land, your good health. Meanwhile, they’re going to win everything that you lost—and give themselves medals for bravery and prizes for peace to celebrate their victory. After which, they’re going to turn around and do it again. Their greed and desire for power is insatiable.

It’s time to say ENOUGH to their war cry.

Remember the “War on Drugs”? It began in June 1971 when U.S. Pres. Richard Nixon declared drug abuse to be “public enemy number one” and increased federal funding for drug-control agencies and drug-treatment efforts. Who knows, maybe there wouldn’t have had to be war on drugs if there hadn’t been a war in Vietnam. A war that brought back scarred and addicted veterans that were despised and abandoned by the public and the system.

The evidence against the 'war on drugs' is so overwhelming it cannot be ignored | The Independent

Did either of those wars fix anything? No, they didn’t. What they did was line the pockets of the powerful while hurting those they promised to help.

In 2018, shortly before Covid-19 burst upon the scene, Bill Gates warned that the world needs to “prepare for pandemics in the same serious way it prepares for war.”

I would take dear Bill’s advice “seriously” if the way we’ve prepared for war has ever resulted in less war. But that is not the case. Our methods don’t work. In fact, we now find ourselves on the verge of World War III. This tells us two things:

  1. We should be drastically changing our approach to war, not repeating strategies that have only made things worse (isn’t that the definition of insanity?).
  2. Our leaders are lying when they say they want to stop wars. Each war makes them richer and more powerful while making ordinary citizens weaker and dependent.

Albert Bourla is now using the same cliched war cry to market his new cancer drug.


This is just another variation of the same old tactic designed to keep us sick so they can then create “solutions” that make us even sicker. And then turn around and charge us for the pleasure of following the “experts” advice. Experts that are growing bolder in their corruption and greed by the day.

This greed is insatiable. The billions Big Pharma elites and their army of drug pushers earn, from government officials to academics and researchers, all the way down the line to your family doctor, is not enough. The Covid profits are dipping, and they can’t have that. The stakes are higher. The shareholders are demanding more. Everyone wants a bigger cut of the deal. A plethora of new drugs must be manufactured and sold to the brainwashed public for diseases that never get better only worse.

In my last essay, I talked about The Circle of Death and how sick we are all becoming, focusing on one toxic product, plastics. We now find plastics in our blood, our organs, our brains. During the Covid pandemic, our government and health experts mandated we wear masks filled with plastics. The masks were more dangerous to our health, especially the health of children and pregnant women, than Covid could ever be. Yet that didn’t matter, and it still doesn’t matter. Masks were part of the ritual conditioning the populace to blindly obey whatever madness they were told to do next.

Our leaders say they want us safe and healthy. What they really mean is:

We will make you sick, we will keep you sick, and we will give you drugs that make you sicker and you will thank us for the privilege. We will never talk about the root of the problem, how we are purposely destroying the natural order of God’s creation and your very own, precious immune systems. We hate God. We hate humanity. We hate nature. We want to create a new order. A new religion. We want AI to be the new gods that you bow down to and worship. Gods that we can manipulate behind the scenes. So shut up, take your medicine and let us perform our experiments on you deplorable humans, so that we can elevate ourselves to new heights and transcend humanity.”

They will never succeed, of course. But they sure are enslaving a lot of people and killing more and more of us while trying. What’s really insane is that ordinary citizens go along with the lies. Over and over again. The more absurd the lies become; the harder people dig into their delusions because over the years, they have invested so much into taking drugs and obeying the system. Yes, it might be irrational. It might be worse than a horror movie. But what is a drug-centered society supposed to do at this point? Give it all up? That’s asking too much.

Now, master manipulator Albert Bourla promises an end to cancer (again), rubbing his hands together with glee, salivating at the mouth, barely able to contain his excitement at the thought of how much money his new drug will bring in.

How long has cancer been around? The earliest known mention of cancer was “found in a papyrus document from ancient Egypt, dated 3000BCE. It described tumors found in the breast. The cancer was treated by destroying the tissue with a hot instrument called “the fire drill”—a technique we now call “cauterization.”

Hmm. I wonder how much money the pharmaceutical industry made off of that procedure in ancient Egypt. Not much, since it was just a one-off treatment. In order to make real money, you have to keep the patient coming back for more. And more. And more.

I think the word I’m looking for here is sustainable. They use this word all the time but in all the wrong ways.

The United Nations has 17 sustainable goals. Here are the top 3:

  1. End poverty in all its forms everywhere.
  2. End hunger, achieve food security and improved nutrition and promote sustainable agriculture.
  3. Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages.

Billions of dollars have been doled out to organizations and companies and NGOs to achieve these goals with abysmal results.

Big promises mean big profits, not big results.

Just to give an idea of how profitable cancer drugs are:

Cancer drugs handily took the number one spot in 2018 and yielded the industry $123.8 billion worldwide. That results in a worldwide market share of 14.3 percent.

By 2024, Evaluate projects cancer drug sales to nearly double to $236.6 billion, increasing its worldwide market share to nearly 20 percent of prescription and OTC drugs. That makes oncological therapies worth more than the next five drug therapies combined.

In total, the top 15 therapy areas will earn $1.2 trillion for the pharmaceutical industry in 2024.

And what has been the result of all these drugs? More cancer.

Bourla happily tells us in the Tweet below that “1-in-3 people in the world are going to have cancer in their lifetime.” What a fantastic market!

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