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With a little help from my friends?

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Mutual backslapping for the globalist elites?

Here’s a nice photo:

It features the EU’s always immaculately-coiffed great leader Ursula von der Leyen (affectionately known by some of her many admirers as “Ursula Fond of Lying”) and Albert Bourla, Chief Executive Officer of Pfizer. The photo was taken (I understand) on 10 November 2021 at an event run by an organisation called The Atlantic Council. The Atlantic Council is an American think tank in the field of international affairs, favoring Atlanticism, founded in 1961.

Fond of Lying is pictured handing an Atlantic Council Distinguished Leadership Award to Bourla. Fond of Lying also got a Distinguished Leadership Award at the event. The Distinguished Leadership Awards are given to “exceptional individuals meeting today’s extraordinary challenges”.

Here’s another photo of the pair at the event, this time getting rather closer than normal social distancing rules would recommend:

Moreover I don’t see any of the ghastly face-nappies the rest of us have to wear at indoor gatherings. Still, perhaps they’ve both recently had the Pfizer ‘miracle’ vaccine which gives limited protection to us for a few months and massive profits to Pfizer for many years to come.

Lots to discuss?

I imagine these two would have had lots of things to discuss. For example, they could talk about why the EU was buying over 1.8 billion Pfizer ‘miracle’ (possibly heart-damaging) vaccines at $20 a dose rather than the (possibly less dangerous) much cheaper AstraZeneca vaccine at about $4 a dose.

Ursula’s history of awarding contracts has previously been somewhat controversial – especially how €109m was handed to management consultants when Ursula was Germany’s Defence Minister:

The fragrant Ursula has told the German parliament there had been “mistakes” in how external consultants were hired and said “this never should have happened.”

Perhaps, Ursula and Albert might also have discussed whether ‘miracle’ vaccines like Pfizer’s and annual boosters should be made mandatory for the EU’s 447 million citizens?

I can’t believe it’s not ‘Ivermectin’

Another issue the two might have discussed could have been what medication to use in the EU for people infected with the lab-leaked Chinese Wuhan plague. The EU could encourage the use of the cheap, out-of-patent protease inhibitor Ivermectin. Or it could go for the new, expensive, patented protease inhibitors being developed by pharmaceutical giants like Pfizer and Merck.

I obviously do not have any medical background to be able to judge whether the cheap, out-of-patent Ivermectin is as effective as the new, expensive, patented protease inhibitors. But there appear to have been successful trials of Ivermectin in countries like India, Spain, Brazil, Peru and others which possibly can’t afford the new expensive protease inhibitors:

Ivermectin has successfully been used for decades as an anti-parasitic with more than 3 billion doses given to humans. Yet whenever mainstream media supposed ‘journalists’ mention Ivermectin, they seem to be trying to denigrate it by calling it a “horse dewormer”. This suggests there is a deliberate PR campaign being run by the big pharma companies to undermine the cheap, out-of-patent Ivermectin and replace its use with their new, hideously expensive and massively profitable rather similar protease inhibitors.

Them and us?

Yes, Ursula and Albert certainly have a lot to be pleased about as the photos show. In case you’re wondering why Ursula and Albert are laughing – it’s probably because they’re laughing at us.

Meanwhile we huddle in our homes living impoverished lives and being threatened with vaccine mandates, vaccine passports, never-ending lockdowns, face-nappy-wearing, being fired if we don’t get 3 or 4 or 5 or 6 vaccines and many more similar restrictions on our lives.

And this freedom-limiting, Big-Brother state is only going to get worse when similar restrictions are imposed on us by the self-satisfied, privileged, jet-setting, virtue-signalling, do-as-we-say-not-as-we-do global elites in order to supposedly protect us pig-ignorant, pleb garbage from supposed catastrophic anthropogenic climate change.

How have we allowed ourselves to be taken for such fools?

5 comments to With a little help from my friends?

  • Loppoman

    The British people, by tradition, are quite tolerant. Generally, they trust the govt. and believe that it is on their side. Still true today – just witness the queues to get boosted. Some reservations? No, govt. knows what it’s doing and is on our side.
    Time will come when the ppl begin to suspect all is not right. Many of us are aware atm but the masses are not. At that stage, we can expect mass dissatisfaction, protests, disobedience of the laws, etc. This has to happen soon otherwise it will definitely be too late.
    In any case, Boris and other western ‘leaders’ are not running the show and even if they want to turn 180 deg. their masters won’t let them. And don’t bother voting for anyone – it will make no difference. LibLabCon are all flies around the same poo. Democracy as we have know no longer exists. I don’t know how all this will end but it won’t be good.

  • twi5ted

    Ursula is married to a director of a US medical research company specialising in gene therapy. LOL. It really is a small slime pool they all inhabit.

    I do wonder as they are all getting on a bit. Even Ursula is 63 which is quite youthful by Davos standards. Biden, Pelosi and Fauci all in their 80s. What are they hanging around for if not to protect themselves. Its quite sad really. I assume the British crown is operating along similar lines.

    Given how old this lot are then cannot help thinking they are more obsessed with their own longevity than the average citizen picking up the tab. Seems sensible for retirement at 70 to apply not least to release some stench from the system.

    Lets see what the fed does this week. Hawkish will see a lot of pressure on the Davos plan.

  • A Thorpe

    I saw a news item about Von Lying wanting compulsory vaccinations and soon after discovered that Ken Livingstone had been on GB News promoting the same. They are communists who will do anything to gain total control over us and they will take every penny we have. At least we had the sense to get out of the EU and my hope is that the rest of Europe will wake up to the nightmare they are supporting. We think we that we rescued Europe from tyrants, but it looks as though it was a waste of time.

    In answer to your last questions – we always have been fools with the odd flash of intelligence that got us to where we are today because most of us can be persuaded and trained to do things. I watched a programme about Stonehenge. Nobody knows what it was for, but I was left wondering why people were persuaded to drag huge stones for miles, and stupid fools seems the best explanation.

    Unherd recently had a piece about the financial corruption in the EU. Thomas Sowell always has a relevant observation and this one fits – “It is hard to imagine a more stupid or more dangerous way of making decisions than by putting those decisions in the hands of people who pay no price for being wrong.”

    It isn’t just the hugging in this picture. What about the G7 meeting when the official photo showed social distancing and then they were all in a group drinking and ignoring the rules, including the Queen, who will no doubt be lecturing us in her Christmas message. The monarch’s role is to give credibility to the controlling politicians and most stupidly accept it.

    We were under the control of kings and warlords for thousands of years, but this slowly passed to groups of rich influential people and the political parties are the means through which they established a power base. In turn the politicians are now controlled by business. We are the fools for allowing this and believing that voting in a so-called democracy gives us control over them.

    The Founding Fathers of America realised that government power had to be limited. George Washington was the only President who did not belong to a political party because he realised that all they do is disagree and create division. It has been said that America now has the government the Founding Fathers wanted to prevent. In the UK we see the Labour Party supporting Boris and it is of course because they are supporting greater control over us ready for when they gain power.

    We only gained freedom of a kind after WWII and now the powerful want it back and people are readily giving it back. They don’t want freedom since it means taking responsibility. Freud pointed out that we fear freedom. The masses have given up freedom in return for welfare and the misguided belief that the state will protect them. The money will run out and the protection will not be there.

  • Brenda Blessed

    Since it has been known since the Spanish influenza (1918 to 1920) that viruses do not spread disease and are in fact part of the immune system that cleanse the body of toxins, what is the betting that the new antiviral drugs cause other diseases such as types of cancer that require other extortionately expensive drug and chemotherapy treatments that keep Big Pharma flush with cash?

    It can then use that cash to place or buy politicians, businesses and the media to play its enrichment game that impoverishes the rest of us with other agendas, such as climate change.

    Using medical services is clearly going to become an ever more hazardous thing to do. The drugs are protected by patents and their contents will not be revealed The only way out will be clean living and using tried-and-tested home remedies. Most diseases came about in the first place due to unclean living in cities.

    Vastly Improved living conditions is what got rid of most of them.

  • Jeffrey Palmer

    A Thorpe – ‘’Thomas Sowell always has a relevant observation and this one fits – “It is hard to imagine a more stupid or more dangerous way of making decisions than by putting those decisions in the hands of people who pay no price for being wrong.”

    Prof Neil ‘Pantsdown’ Ferguson, head of the disease outbreak analysis and modelling group at Imperial College London, told MPs on Wednesday that while evolution would drive Covid to spread more easily the virus ‘might not become less dangerous’.

    Ferguson is a creature who has somehow managed to maintain a thriving academic career despite having always been comically wrong with his computer modelling.

    He was behind the disputed research that sparked the mass culling of eleven million sheep and cattle during the 2001 outbreak of foot-and-mouth disease. He also predicted that up to 150,000 people could die. There were fewer than 200 deaths.

    In 2002, Ferguson predicted that up to 50,000 people would likely die from exposure to BSE (mad cow disease) in beef. In the U.K., there were only 177 deaths from BSE.

    In 2005, Ferguson predicted that up to 150 million people could be killed from bird flu. In the end, only 282 people died worldwide from the disease between 2003 and 2009.

    So by using the words ‘Might Not’. it looks like our terminally incompetent pound shop Nostradamus has decided to hedge his bets this time. Though I have no idea why he bothers, since he has never paid any price at all for being wrong.

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