Pfizer Demand Bank Reserves & Military Bases as Collateral For Vaccines

Pharmaceutical Giant and criminal masterminds Pfizer seem to be trying to expand their power as reports that they demanded military bases and bank reserves as collateral for their experimental vaccine.

Yes indeed, the US-based company Pfizer is holding governments to ransom, interfering with their legislation, and even demanding military bases as guarantee!

For the full report on the Pfizers length list of shenanigans in South America head over to WION News[1], but here are a few excerpts:

Pfizer came back with more demands, and demanded sovereign assets as collateral. Pfizer wanted Argentina to put its bank reserves, military bases and embassy buildings at stake. Vaccine manufacturers have always enjoyed a certain amount of liability waiver. Say you receive a vaccine from Pfizer and then you have adverse effects because of the jab. – WION[1]

Argentina wasn’t the only South American Country Pfizer were attempting to hijack:

Pfizer went a step ahead and asked Brazil to create a guarantee fund, and deposit money in a foreign bank account.

On January 23, 2021 – Brazil’s Health Ministry put out a statement citing excerpts from Pfizer’s pre-contract clauses.

Here’s a list of Pfizer’s demands – Brazil waives the sovereignty of its assets abroad in favour of Pfizer, that the rules of the land – be not applied on Pfizer, that Brazil take into consideration a delay in delivery, that Pfizer is not penalised for a delayed delivery, and that in case of any side effects, Pfizer be exempted from all civil liability.

The government of Brazil calls these clauses abusive. The Pfizer deal with Brazil failed too. – WION[1]

But none of this should shock you. We know Pfizer are criminals, with the ongoing Zantec[2] debacle and the second largest fine for off-label promotion[3] ever, Pfizer are no stranger to this type of activity.

Do you trust these guys to deliver you a lifesaving experimental gene therapy directly into your bloodstream?

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