Thousands of people stood outside of Pfizer’s headquarters demanding that the company be held accountable for crimes against humanity. The protest happened on a Saturday when no one was working. In a nutshell, the protesters were speaking to a brick wall.
Pfizer and other big pharma companies couldn’t care less about committing crimes against humanity. From a legal standpoint, they are fully protected from liability or any accountability whatsoever. They are free to manufacture and distribute the deadly Covid vaccines without fear of being prosecuted for the murders they are committing.
What Pfizer and other big pharma vaccine makers are doing is making billions of dollars by helping a hidden world government depopulate the planet.
If we want to blame someone or something, we should look to our US government that gave the vaccine makers total immunity against criminal and civil actions.
Screaming at a brick wall on a Saturday is a waste of time and effort when it comes to getting justice served against Pfizer or any other criminal organizations that are behind the global vaccine genocide.
If you want to bring big pharma to its knees, stop consuming its poisons. Stop taking Covid tests and stop making appointments to take their vaccines.
I am all in for fighting back against tyrants and big pharma corporations as long as the efforts are done so in an intelligent manner. We need to stop acquiescing and following medical recommendations coming from the CDC and other global health regulatory agencies. We know the Covid vaccines are a means to our demise. We need to stop complying with the madness!
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I find it hard to believe that the organizers scheduled a protest on such a day (off).
But wait — no I don’t find it hard to believe at all.
It’s a show – and it must go on.
Why would you schedule a protest on a day when no one is there? You are right, Kenneth. It’s a show. A show of stupidity!
Thanks for sharing!
I totally agree, John. Pfizer is not in the least bit concerned about a gathering of protesters. They have way too much power. And I also agree that it is very odd that they should decide to protest on a day the building is closed.
I don’t know, maybe they thought that they would get less hassle from law enforcement on a closed day. Although that wouldn’t be very brave of them.
But too, many people work during the week. Also, maybe their objective was to get the people’s attention. Not necessarily Pfizer.
Although even if it is staged to throw us off guard, I still think any truth coming out of it is a good thing. And although it may not directly change a thing, I rather enjoyed watching people dis Pfizer and vaccines.
Any kind of encouragement to get people to not comply is okay with me.
Yes, it was a very peculiar day to launch a protest. I agree that any protest against big pharma is a good thing, although this type of strategy will yield minimal results, if any, at best.
Thanks for sharing, Lisa!