Just a few years ago, we didn’t trust Big Pharma.
We joked about them. The 60-second ads on the nightly news, with 30 seconds taken up by the side effects?
We joked about that.
But now it’s all forgotten. Now Big Pharma is the good guy, our friend.
Nothing could be further from the truth. Nothing has changed...aside from the concerted propaganda campaign put forth by the corporate media to make us change our mind.
And we have, considerably so.
Back in 2019, Gallup put out an article called Big Pharma Sinks to the Bottom of U.S. Industry Rankings.
At that time, 27% of Americans saw Big Pharma as a positive thing.
What do you think that number is today? I don’t know, but judging from what I see in the media about the vaccines, it seems that the majority of Americans today view Big Pharma in a positive light.
They can’t wait to line up and inject themselves with Big Pharma’s latest thing, and they ridicule and browbeat anyone that doesn’t get in line.
Yes, it’s true...the same 73% of Americans that didn’t trust Big Pharma just two years ago now can’t stop singing its praises.
What in the hell happened?
24/7 propaganda from the media, that’s what. And then your ‘friends’ on social media act as the messengers, spreading that propaganda even further while beating it into your mind.
I’m sorry, but I’m skeptical. The money doesn’t help.
Pfizer is going to make $15 to $30 billion this year from their vaccine, while Moderna rakes in around $20 billion, and Johnson & Johnson $10 billion.
Boy, if that J&J shot wasn’t associated with blood clots, they probably could have made a lot more. That’s what’s most important for pharmaceutical companies - the bottom line. Your health doesn’t have much to do with it (they can always do a recall, after all...and let’s not forget that Congress shielded them from all liability lawsuits back in the ‘80s).
I don’t understand why Americans have become so docile, so controllable...but we have. Well, most of us have, not all.
It’s the few holdouts that are the problem.
Right now the government and the media are enthralled with the Afghanistan debacle, but that will change in a few weeks. Then the crusade for Big Pharma can begin again, and it will, big time.
This is an industry that made $11.5 trillion in revenue between 2000 and 2018, with $8.6 billion of that pure profit.
Do you think they’re going to let anyone stand in their way when it comes to making the next trillion?
I don’t, not for one second.
Be wary. Just two years ago, most of us were. Now most of us can’t stop singing Big Pharma’s praises.
That troubles me.