90 Miles From Tyranny : Why Everyone Must Get Sicker for the Good of Pfizer

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Thursday, December 8, 2022

Why Everyone Must Get Sicker for the Good of Pfizer

Pfizer can identify illnesses they think will bring in billions of dollars in profit, create drugs to manage (not cure) them, and then sell them to a public already conditioned to take them.

"Many people believe that the most frequently washed body part in 2020-21 was the hands, but in reality; it was the brain."
— Bhushan Mahadani

In February 2022, Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla proudly stated that in less than two years the successes of his company’s COVID-19 vaccine had “fundamentally changed Pfizer and its culture forever.”

The pressure is now on Bourla to come up with the next blockbuster drug, the biggest challenge of his career. Not only are the heady days of billion-dollar profits from COVID vaccines and Paxlovid winding down, but Pfizer is set to lose up to $18 billion in revenue from 2025 through 2030 as it loses several key patents.

If you are the CEO of Pfizer, with a salary of $24.3 million in 2021, equity holdings of nearly 597,000 shares (worth more than an estimated $32 million), and are entitled to a golden parachute of nearly $113 million, you better believe you are going to have to up your game over the next few years to keep your shareholders happy.

Upping its game will not be easy for Pfizer since the COVID vaccine, with its “groundbreaking technology,” has been the largest selling pharmaceutical product in history.

In just the first three months of 2021, Pfizer made $3.5 billion from the COVID vaccine. Pfizer went on to make a staggering $36.8 billion in 2021. It expects revenue of $29 billion in 2022. This despite recently admitting that the vaccine does not stop transmission, nor does it stop people from getting sick. The company expects to make at least $22 billion from Paxlovid, the drug that causes “COVID rebound.”

In a rational world, none of this would make sense. But that’s not the world in which we live. We live in a world where people have been led to believe that they must constantly consume pharmaceutical products just to continue living. These companies don’t actually want you to die, at least not for a while. But it does seem they want to keep you just sick enough that you become enslaved to their medications for life.

Pfizer’s overall revenues in 2021 doubled to $81.3 billion, and it expects to make record revenues of $98 billion to $102 billion in 2022. How will it continue this upward trend?

A plethora of illnesses is out there. Which ones are most likely to turn the biggest profit is the question. In the past 12 months, Pfizer launched 16 new products. On its website, Pfizer describes itself as a “pipeline of potential breakthroughs in the making.

We’re in relentless pursuit of medicines and vaccines that will benefit patients around the world. We’re committed to treating 225M people with breakthrough treatments by 2025. Our ambitions are big and our product pipeline has never been stronger.

Inflammatory bowel disease is one such promising illness.

Pfizer recently purchased Arena Pharmaceuticals and its drug candidate for ulcerative colitis. It could generate billions in revenue, says Bourla. Ulcerative colitis is a debilitating inflammatory bowel disease affecting one million people in the United States alone. Over the next five years, Pfizer expects the demand for treatment will grow by 50 percent.

Hold on right there. Why will this illness affect 50 percent more people? That is of no interest to a company like Pfizer. They aren’t in the business of making us well. They are in the business of drugging us. Fifty percent more people sick means 50 percent more profit. It means Bourla justifies his salary, and the investors are happy.

Could it be that our biggest drug pushers are suffering from Munchausen syndrome by proxy, a mental illness in which a person acts as if an individual he or she is caring for has a physical or mental illness when the person is not sick? People who have Munchausen syndrome by proxy really do make the people they are supposed to be caring for sick, and they keep them sick. Between 6 and 10 percent of all “factitious disorder imposed on another” (FDIA) cases will result in death, which makes it a very lethal form of abuse.

We could say our drug lords have this mental illness, appearing to be our saviors while they are really killing us slowly and deliberately over time, to gain as much power, money and...

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1 comment:

MMinWA said...

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Lather, rinse repeat until you hit the combo that ends your journey.