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Trampling on the bones of the dead
Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla plans to build a Holocaust museum with money awarded him by Israel's leaders for his part in the vaccine rollout. How dare he?
THERE HAVE BEEN many gut-wrenching, heart-breaking moments during the Covid era for all of us who have eyes to see, but for Jews, perhaps the hardest to bear has been our wholesale betrayal by the most powerful in Israeli and Jewish society.
Without taking anything at all away from the tragedy of lives lost and destroyed by lockdowns, the jab, and the gaslighting — a tragedy which we join with all humanity in feeling keenly whenever we see another business fold, another person permanently disabled, another death too soon — there is layered over the top the utter horror at once again being the victims of an orchestrated campaign to experiment and exterminate, and in the very land we thought was our one safe-haven. It is a betrayal on a biblical scale.
Unfortunately, not only is that betrayal ongoing, but the injustice and perverseness of it is being rubbed in our faces by the self-same powerful people who are carrying out this new reign of terror.
A Despicable Spectacle
On Wednesday, June 29, at a sparkling gala ceremony in Jerusalem, Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla was handed a $1,000,000 cheque by Israel’s President Isaac Herzog. The cheque accompanies the Genesis Prize; dubbed Israel’s Nobel Prize, the award is supposed to recognize and celebrate Jewish achievements, honouring individuals for their contribution to humanity and commitment to Jewish values and the Jewish state.
Founder and Chairman of The Genesis Prize Foundation, Stan Polovets, said at the event: “To save a human life is a fundamental Jewish value. Today we honor Dr. Bourla — a living embodiment of this ancient Jewish principle.”
Herzog was equally gushing: “Albert Bourla was not deterred by high stakes, by naysayers, by conspiracy or by politics,” he enthused. “He believed in the vaccine, and invested every ounce of himself in realizing what seemed at the time a far-fetched fantasy. The vaccine was developed in record speed, utilizing the technology of tomorrow to successfully hold back a devastating pandemic.
“A study published by The Lancet just days ago, points to nearly 20 million lives saved by COVID vaccines. Indeed, the vaccine gave us freedom we thought we lost. Albert, I congratulate you and your colleagues and counterparts, who are making such a critical impact on humanity, while embracing your Jewish heritage and values, and inspiring Jewish pride.”
The vaccine gave us freedom?! Never has this meme been more appropriate:
Am Israel: Pfizer’s Lab Rats
Lest we forget, Bourla’s Pfizer, with the full complicity of the Israeli government, used the people of Israel as lab rats in a nation-wide experiment. And they were quite open about it. In December 2021, Philip Dormitzer, the chief scientific officer at Pfizer, told a group of academics: “Early in the pandemic we established a relationship with the Israeli Ministry of Health where they used exclusively the Pfizer vaccine and then monitored it very closely, so we had a sort of laboratory where we could see the effect.”
To ensure the experiment was a success — that is, from Pfizer’s point of view — the government came down hard and fast on anyone who refused to take the vaccine. In August of 2021, then Prime Minister Naftali Bennett said of the million or so unvaccinate Israelis: “It’s as if you’re walking around with a machine gun firing Delta variants at people.” He then threatened to cancel the Jewish holiday season (which takes place in September) if more people didn’t get the jab.
And what was the all-too-real outcome of this phoney experiment? A report published by the Israeli People’s Committee in May 2021 found that the vaccine killed around one in every 3,000 people it was administered to, causing overall mortality in Israel to rise 18% on the previous year; among young people in their 20s, the rise in mortality rate was 30%.
Thousands more, of course, were injured — the committee collected reports of over 2,600 injuries, but noted that the true figures were likely to be one hundred times higher, somewhere in the vicinity of 260,000. “These reports indicate damage to almost every system in the human body,” the report noted.
Yet perhaps the most galling aspect of this sorry story is that it was completely unneccessary. We know now that Pfizer already knew its vaccine was deadly before it entered the arm of a single Israeli test case.
In December 2021, the Canadian Covid Care Alliance, a group of over 500 doctors, scientists, and healthcare practitioners, put out a comprehensive report titled More Harm Than Good, showing that Pfizer’s own six month study had already proven that there was greater risk of death and injury in the vaccinated group than in the placebo group. And that was despite all sorts of flaws and poor practices within their study, designed to conceal negative outcomes. (Click the image below to access a 40 minute video report, or read the pdf version here).
Desecrating the Memories of the Dead
In discussing the vaccine injuries, the Israeli People’s Committee makes the following observation:
“They [the uncovered reports of injuries] also highlight the incomprehensible gap between official Israeli media reports and what is really happening, enabling a "two worlds" situation due to journalistic failure to sense, identify and report on what is actually happening in citizens’ real-life.”
But the media weren’t remiss in failing to report on what’s really going on in Israel — not exactly. To be ‘remiss’ is to suggest an unfortunate yet accidental error, but their silence was no error. To the contrary, the media have been among the most enthusiastic cheerleaders for the concentration-camp experimentation Israelis have been subjected to.
On Saturday, The Jerusalem Post published what can only be described as one of the most sickeningly sycophantic fluff pieces ever committed to journalistic news-print. Ludicrously, it opens:
“Dr. Albert Bourla, chairman and CEO of Pfizer, is an international Jewish hero who led the worldwide war against the pandemic. He is also a mensch.” (‘Mensch’ roughly translates as the most decent, honest, upstanding of people).
The article laughably continues: “Wherever the 60-year-old Bourla went in his first visit here [ie, in Israel] in 46 years — from the ANU Museum to Yad Vashem — he was treated as a celebrity, and he graciously allowed people to take photographs with him. At all times, his modesty and humanity shone through.”
Lies. Here’s what actually happened:
But then then article gets to the real bombshell. Astonishingly, despite knowingly carrying out experiments on innocent Jews which resulted in predicable death and disfigurement, Bourla intends to use his million dollar prize to build a Holocaust museum.
“It will be built on the premises of the old railway station in [his home town of Thessaloniki, Greece], where all Jews were loaded into the trains and most were taken to Auschwitz and others to Treblinka,” he chirpily informed the delighted Jerusalem Post.
It’s hard to overstate just how insulting Bourla’s announcement is. All the words that spring to mind — inappropriate, indecorous, improper — are far too small and polite. Let’s be clear here: Bourla has personally made billions of dollars in cahoots with the Israeli government by forcing an experimental medical procedure on millions of Jews, one which he knew would injure and kill thousands if not tens of thousands of people, and not only is he being celebrated for it, he is using the proceeds of his prize to build a monument to the last time in history that this happened, at a site at which it was carried out.
It couldn’t get more insulting if he rolled up to Auschwitz flying a Nazi banner, pissed on the mass graves and laughed in the faces of the living relatives as they stood by watching.
A Real Mensch
Meanwhile, to add insult to injury, The Jerusalem Post has conspicuously made no mention of the untimely death of Dr Zev Zelenko, a real mensch who, with his Zelenko Protocol for treating Covid early, actually did save countless lives.
The best way to honour him is for his words to live on, ringing out loud and clear. In December 2021, he took to social media to say:
“The government now is desperate. The tyrants know that their end is coming and they’ve dug in and they’re going to go now full totalitarian tyranny trying to suppress voices like myself. My request from fellow physicians and my request from anyone that’s listening is to go in the exact opposite direction: Rise up. This is a Civil War for freedom, hopefully in a nonviolent way.
“We need civil disobedience. We need to say, ‘No,’ to the demented puppet in the White House and to all these tyrannical lies from people like Fauci, and the NIH, and the CDC, and the FDA… all these organizations that are nothing more than prostitutes and whore houses.
“If you want your children to have an opportunity to thrive with God consciousness, it is now time to rise up and sacrifice, because the freedom of our children is dependent on what we do right now. I’m not advocating for violence. I’m advocating for civil disobedience. Rise up. Say, ‘No, to the poison death shots and completely reject today’s government, which is nothing more than an enemy of the people, enemy of humanity, enemy of God.”
For those of us who do see the atrocities which have been waged upon us, Zelenko’s words must be a call to action: to speak out and never to stop speaking out.
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In his seminal work, The Gulag Archipelago, Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn wrote:
“And how we burned in the camps later, thinking: What would things have been like if every Security operative, when he went out at night to make an arrest, had been uncertain whether he would return alive and had to say good-bye to his family? Or if, during periods of mass arrests, as for example in Leningrad, when they arrested a quarter of the entire city, people had not simply sat there in their lairs, paling with terror at every bang of the downstairs door and at every step on the staircase, but had understood they had nothing left to lose and had boldly set up in the downstairs hall an ambush of half a dozen people with axes, hammers, pokers, or whatever else was at hand?... The Organs would very quickly have suffered a shortage of officers and transport and, notwithstanding all of Stalin's thirst, the cursed machine would have ground to a halt! If...if...We didn't love freedom enough. And even more – we had no awareness of the real situation.... We purely and simply deserved everything that happened afterward.”
I have seen this quote numerous times, yet never before had I noticed the significance of that first line: ‘How we burned in the camps’.
Solzenitsyn, of course, was imprisoned in a gulag, as were the fellow inmates he’s talking about here. When I thought to include the quote here, that first line jumped out at me. I looked it up, thinking I must have misremembered — that it must have been something like “how our souls burned with anguish in the prisons”. But no. “How we burned in the camps.” Never before has it seemed so exactly, devastatingly appropriate.