Project Vax events of Pfizer convey eerie ‘Pledge Plea’

PharmaFiles By Aussie17 | NEWS COMMENTARY

Editor’s note: Aussie17 uses a pseudonym to protect his identity. He is a former employee of a well-known pharmaceutical firm, who now writes for the news website.

MARKETPLACE – At first glance the handouts look innocent enough, but dig a bit deeper, and you’ll unearth something quite peculiar. There’s this whole charade about “Making a Pledge,” as if you’re swearing into knighthood rather than just rolling up your sleeve for a shot. Pfizer is here using a psychological play straight out of a textbook; it’s not merely a vaccination, it’s your solemn oath to humanity, your solemn promise to do your bit in some grander global scheme.

This maneuver taps into a primal need for belonging and purpose — packaging a medical decision as a moral high ground. However, dressing up a health choice with the emotional weight of a pledge blurs the lines between personal health autonomy and social coercion.

The moment Pfizer’s ‘Project Vax’ came into my view, it was like flipping a switch, dragging me back to my Pharma days. Back then, I learned the cardinal rule that you just don’t see Pharma companies hawking their products directly to the unsuspecting public. That’s a big no-no. The official playbook says you market to the medical professionals, not the patients — except, of course, in the US and New Zealand, where direct-to-consumer (DTC) advertisements are part of the landscape.

But here’s Pfizer, strutting across the stage with “Project Vax,” acting like they’ve got the run of the place. And why wouldn’t they? Their ties with regulators and political bigwigs seem to give them a sense of invincibility, a belief that they can bend the rules without consequence.

Typically, Pharma’s approach to boosting drug sales is more covert, wrapping their intentions in “Disease Awareness Campaigns.” They’d rather (create fear) educate you on the horrors of cancer or the risks of heart disease than mention their products outright. But if you attend an event or visit their site, suddenly you’re on a path straight to their “partnered” doctors, who unsurprisingly, lean towards prescribing their drugs over any competitors. That’s Pharma Marketing 101 – indirect, insidious, and incredibly effective.

Thankfully, people are finally opening their eyes to Pfizer’s manipulative tactics, as they’re met with a wave of outraged citizens shining a light on the dark corners of Pfizer’s so-called experimental vaccines – tainted with e.coli DNA and peppered with undisclosed SV40 promoters.

But wait, the plot thickens when Pfizer’s very own carnival barkers, I mean, ‘event reps,’ with a straight face, assure us that their glittering “Project Vax” extravaganza isn’t about vaccinations at all. How utterly preposterous!

Breaking News: Aussie17’s take on Brazil’s President:

A scandal has emerged from Brazil, placing President Bolsonaro at the center of controversy for allegedly faking COVID-19 vaccination certificates. This revelation followed an investigation by Brazil’s Federal Police, which traced suspicious activities back to the country’s most prestigious political residences.

The inquiry began with a lead from the Criminal Investigation Department (CID), which directed the Federal Police to scrutinize an IP address originating from the Planalto Palace. The investigation quickly shifted to the Alvorada Palace, the President’s official residence, revealing a printer believed to have produced the counterfeit documents.

Investigators retrieved two files named “bolsonaro.doc” and “laura.doc” from the printer, providing tangible evidence that the fraudulent vaccination certificates were printed within the walls of the President’s residence. This breach is considered severe due to the use of public infrastructure to commit crimes against public trust and health safety.

This news involving President Bolsonaro does not come as a shock to many, considering his well-documented skepticism towards COVID-19 vaccines long before they were made available to the public.

His vehement opposition wasn’t just limited to the vaccines themselves; he also took a firm stand against the adoption of vaccine passports. However, it’s important to note that under his leadership as President, Brazil procured significant quantities of what was then considered experimental gene therapy treatments.

I personally believe that many leaders found themselves in a dilemma akin to a catch-22. On one hand, they faced the immense influence of the pharmaceutical and military complex, including corrupt health regulators and corrupt media, and on the other, their own personal beliefs and convictions.

The corrupt news media is casting him in an extremely negative light, depicting him as a criminal due to these revelations. However, doesn’t this situation make him more relatable to the average person?