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Pfizer CEO, who said online “misinformation” is criminal, is found guilty of “misleading” vaccine statements

By Cindy Harper | Reclaim The Net | November 27, 2022

Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla, last year at the Atlantic Council, called people who spread COVID-19 vaccine misinformation “criminals,” in his calls for censorship of misinformation online.

However, this year, Dr. Bourla is himself found responsible by the UK’s pharmaceutical regulator of making “misleading” statements about vaccination of children.

Last December, in an interview with the BBC, Dr. Bourla said that “there is no doubt in my mind that the benefits, completely, are in favor of” vaccinating children between the ages of five and 11.

He continued to say that “Covid in schools is thriving.”

“This is disturbing, significantly, the educational system and there are kids that will have severe symptoms.”

The interview was conducted before the vaccine was approved for children between the ages of five and 11 in the UK.

After the interview was published, parent campaign group UsForThem filed a complaint with the Prescription Medicines Code of Practice Authority (PMCPA). The complaint accused Dr. Bourla of making “disgracefully misleading” comments about vaccinating children and that the comments were “extremely promotional in nature,” and that he violated several clauses of the code of practice by the Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry (ABPI).

“There is simply no evidence that healthy schoolchildren in the UK are at significant risk from the SARS COV-2 virus and to imply that they are is disgracefully misleading,” the complaint said.

PMCPA convened a code of practice panel that found that Dr. Bourla had indeed violated the code of practice in a few ways, including failure to present information to the public in a factual and balanced manner, misleading the public, and making claims that cannot be substantiated.

The Telegraph reported Pfizer appealed against the findings of the panel and strongly disagreed with UsForThem’s claims that the CEO violated the code of practice. The company argued that Dr. Bourla’s remarks were based on “up-to-date scientific evidence” and they could be proven through “publicly available independent benefit-risk assessments.”

An appeal board upheld that Dr. Bourla misled the public, made claims that were unbalanced, and made unsubstantiated claims.

However, it ruled against claims that Pfizer discredited the industry, encouraged reckless use of a treatment, and did not maintain high standards.

November 27, 2022 - Posted by | Deception, Science and Pseudo-Science | ,


  1. According to the PCMA, Bourla did make false and misleading statements which will cause some children to die and others have impaired health for life, but that is not a disgrace to the Pharma Industry. In other words, in a society where male is female and black is white, 2 + 2 = 7 and so on, Big Pharma can say what it wishes with impunity. Even when guilty, it is innocent.

    But don’t you or I make a statement against them, because that is misinformation and should be strictly censored. What a world we have allowed to develop.

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    Comment by Peter | November 27, 2022 | Reply

  2. Well said Peter. But a small acknowledgement where due: At last our regulators are beginning to wake up and turn the tables on a corrupt commercial autocracy. The ruling should be enough for parents of those children to claim damages. And if that fails, prosecute the perpetrators.


    Comment by jbthring | November 28, 2022 | Reply

    • Thanks for your comment. But can we trust those regulators, or are they also going to change their tune after they have been given power? When, in history, have people aspired to a position of power for the true benefit of the populace they represent? Power corrupts and is abused, resulting in vast economic gain to those who have gained it. Before we can appoint truly honorable people to power, we have to first become righteous ourselves, know right from wrong even when it requires personal sacrifices. I don’t see that happening. Second, we must know the true moral values of our candidates and elect only those who truly have such values. Third, we need to quickly move to remove those who deceive us from power, before deception has become the norm. I do not see any of these conditions ever arising in humanity, but if a good number of us stand up and oppose the current sweeping evil that is coming over the world, we might mitigate the intended results.

      In the West we have enjoyed so many privileges and comforts for so long that we take them for granted. Many people actually want to believe that this will continue without any vigilance or effort on our part, and that at the top, the governments, academia, industry, the military are all staffed with honorable, sincere people, who are committed to doing what is best for the governed masses. While the handling of the covid fiasco has awakened and is awakening a lot of people to stark reality, the majority continue their wishful thinking, refusing to actively seek truth and push back against a global pan that has been in the making for decades. This is what concerns me. Unless more of us awaken, and quickly, understand what the self appointed elite are planning and are working toward, totalitarian control even of the mind and consciousness is in store for the world. We have no time for gradual and progressive action. We need to arise en masse now, as the world’s population and throw the known names out of power while we still can. If we don’t, and I fear that we won’t, regrets will be perpetual and we will deliver our offspring to unshakable slave masters.

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      Comment by Peter | November 28, 2022 | Reply

    Who are the Jews behind the coronavirus vaccines?
    One can’t escape their presence in the forefront of leading companies in the race to find a vaccine that will prevent coronavirus.
    Published: NOVEMBER 17, 2020 20:54
    The individual does not necessarily represent the pack, but when the individual achieves fame or notoriety, he or she is immediately associated for good and for bad by friend and foe with the country or faith into which he or she was born. This is particularly so in the case of Jews, who, after all is said and done, represent a minuscule percentage of the world’s population. Nonetheless, it is amazing how many accomplished individuals there have been, in any number of fields, whose biographical details, as published by Wikipedia, include mention of the fact that he or she was born into a Jewish family. There are far fewer references to someone being born Muslim, Hindu, Buddhist, Episcopalian, Catholic, Protestant, Anglican, Mormon, etc., although given their political clout, there is increasing mention of Evangelicals.
    Getting back to singling out Jews, one can’t escape their presence in the forefront of leading companies in the race to find a vaccine that will prevent coronavirus.
    Greek veterinarian and biotechnologist Albert Bourla heads Pfizer, and Moderna’s chief medical officer, Dr. Tal Zaks, is an Israeli who received his doctorate from Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, and gives interviews in Hebrew to the Israeli media.
    Both men have been fairly secretive about their private lives. For Israelis, it’s enough to know that Zaks, despite the various high positions that he holds in America, is one of us, but in Greece, especially Thessaloniki, where Bourla and his wife were born and raised, there are mixed reactions. On the one hand, Greeks are proud that one of their own is at the top of the totem pole of a company that will help to save the world from COVID-19. On the other, there have already been vile antisemitic accusations against Bourla and Jews in general, accusations similar to negative comments made by US President Donald Trump about the Chinese.
    Bourla comes from a Sephardi family of jewelers and real estate developers which fled Spain and has been living in Greece for more than five centuries. His family members were among the few survivors of the once thriving Jewish community of Thessaloniki, which was all but destroyed by the Nazis. He left Greece when he was 34 to pursue a career in pharmaceuticals and joined Pfizer in 1993. He represented the company in various divisions in different countries, working his way to the top. Although he has been living in America for several years, he continues to maintain a home in Greece.
    In April 2019, Bourla was named the most “preeminent Greek leader” of the global pharmaceutical industry by United States Ambassador to Greece Geoffrey R. Pyatt, at the Prix Galien Greece Awards ceremony. As for the defamatory antisemitic slurs that have appeared in some Greek media, these have been publicly condemned by the Central Board of Jewish Communities of Greece.
    The Jewish Talmud makes several provisions for Jews to lie to, steal from, and cheat Gentiles. As usual, the only rule is that the Jew must not get caught (“profane the name” of Jews and/or their god). According to the Talmud Jews must return the lost items of other Jews, but they may keep the lost items they find of “heathens”, unless they think the non-Jew will find out about the theft. In a commercial transaction, if a Gentile makes a mistake in a Jew’s favor (for example, if the Gentile undercharges the Jew), the money does not have to be returned. Some commentators say that a Gentile may be actively and intentionally misled and deceived during a commercial transaction by disguising the low quality of goods. There are even provisions for directly stealing from Gentiles, the perverse thinking behind this is that a Jew would give the objects for free while the Gentile would ask for payment, so it is ok to steal it from the Gentile.


    . His lost article is permissible, for R. Hama b. Guria said that Rab stated: Whence can we learn that the lost article of a heathen is permissible? Because it says: And with all lost thing of thy brother’s: it is to your brother that you make restoration, but you need not make restoration to a heathen. But why not say that this applies only where the lost article has not yet come into the possession of the finder, in which case he is under no obligation to look round for it, whereas if it had already entered his possession, why not say that he should return it. — Said Rabina: And thou hast found it surely implies that the lost article has already come into his possession. It was taught: R. phinehas b. Yair said that where there was a danger of causing a profanation of the Name, even the retaining of a lost article of a heathen is a crime. – 1962 Soncino Babylonian Talmud, Baba Kamma 113b


    Samuel said: It is permissible, however, to benefit by his mistake as in the case when Samuel once bought of a heathen a golden bowl under the assumption of it being of copper for four zuz, and also left him minus one zuz. R. Kahana once bought of a heathen a hundred and twenty barrels which were supposed to be a hundred while he similarly left him minus one zuz and said to him: ‘See that I am relying upon you.’ – 1962 Soncino Babylonian Talmud, Baba Kamma 113b


    Rabina together with a heathen bought a palm-tree to chop up [and divide]. He thereupon said to his attendant: Quick, bring to me the parts near to the roots, for the heathen is interested only in the number [but not in the quality]. – 1962 Soncino Babylonian Talmud, Baba Kamma 113b


    R. Ashi was once walking on the road when he noticed branches of vines outside a vineyard upon which ripe clusters of grapes were hanging. He said to his attendant: ‘Go and see, if they belong to a heathen bring them to me,27  but if to an Israelite do not bring them to me.’ The heathen happened to be then sitting in the vineyard and thus overheard this conversation, so he said to him: ‘If of a heathen would they be permitted?’ — He replied: ‘A heathen is usually prepared to [dispose of his grapes and] accept payment, whereas an Israelite is generally not prepared to [do so and] accept payment. – 1962 Soncino Babylonian Talmud, Baba Kamma 113b

    Footnote 27: Especially since the branches were outside the vineyard and thus probably overhanging a public road; cf. B.B. II, 14.


    ‘Where a suit arises between an Israelite and a heathen, if you can justify the former according to the laws of Israel, justify him and say: ‘This is our law’; so also if you can justify him by the laws of the heathens justify him and say [to the other party:] ‘This is your law’; but if this can not be done, we use subterfuges to circumvent him. This is the view of R. Ishmael, but R. Akiba said that we should not attempt to circumvent him on account of the sanctification of the Name. Now according to R. Akiba the whole reason [appears to be,] because of the sanctification of the Name, but were there no infringement of the sanctification of the Name, we could circumvent him! – 1962 Soncino Babylonian Talmud, Baba Kamma 113a

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    Comment by Pip | November 30, 2022 | Reply

    • So having said all that about the Talmud Jews and Burla, what is the conclusion we should draw? I am Greek but feel no pride in the fact that a criminal and murderer like Burla hails Greek nationality. In fact I am embarrassed by it. If you go by Biblical guidance, lying and cheating are condemned for all people, and Satan is called the father of lies. If Catholics want to talk about little white lies for the good of a person, and the Talmud Jews want to justify it in their way, the final Judge will set things straight on that final day. A lie is attempted deception of another human being, and there is nothing with which to white wash it.


      Comment by Peter | November 30, 2022 | Reply

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