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Pfizer's Vile Superhero Video: Children Guinea Pigs (Watch)

Parents are allowing their children to let pharmaceutical companies experiment on them.

Children have become pharmaceutical giant Pfizer’s next coronavirus cash cow. The company is now using small children to promote their controversial mRNA experimental jab. The aim is to give the impression that vaccinations are safe and brainwash children to desire the jab.

In a newly released Pfizer propaganda video, the little guinea pigs are portrayed as superheroes because they volunteered in clinical trials.

This year thousands of kids like us around the world joined the clover vaccine trial kid power, and when they did, they became all superheroes.

Pfizer is promoting the injection for children between the ages of five and 11Shockingly, parents are allowing their children to let pharmaceutical companies experiment on them. Furthermore, these small study participants are also being used to lure other healthy children into being injected:

A superhero shot helps everybody fight coronavirus and helps others. You’re helping the whole entire world. Thank you. You are all superheroes.

On October 29, 2021, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration authorized the emergency use of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 jab to include children 5 through 11 years of age. In addition, the company has applied for approval for children in the European Union. The shot’s ruling is expected before Christmas.

Profits take priority over children’s health as side effects continue to be ignored. Dead children and babies, facial paralysis, seizures, and heart muscle inflammation – over a thousand cases of children’s most severe side effects were documented in the European Medicines Agency (EMA) database. In some cases, the transfer of the spike proteins made by the mother’s breast milk could be the cause.

Bribing Parents to Jab Their Children

Many parents are skeptical of the experimental injection. Recent surveys show that most parents don’t plan to vaccinate young children against the coronavirus. States are going to great lengths to combat the parent’s fears with bribes.

In Austria, a brothel offers free sex ‘sessions’ to patrons as young as 14-years-old who get the shot on-site.

Governor Kathy Hochul announced Tuesday; New York will raffle off 50 full scholarships to any New York public college or university for children aged 5 to 11 as part of the state’s push to get more kids vaccinated.

Data from the New York City Department of Health shows children ages five to 12 have a .06 percent coronavirus positivity rate, and no child in that age group has died from the virus.

In Anderson, S.C., high school students are bribed with $100 if they receive the injection. In Phoenix, school leaders are also giving out $100 gift cards. In Los Angeles, students have the chance to win gift cards or free prom and homecoming tickets if they get the jab.

Amy Mek

Investigative Journalist: Banned in parts of Europe, Wanted by Islamic countries, Threatened by terror groups, Hunted by left-wing media, Smeared by Hollywood elites & Fake religious leaders.

2 comments

  • We are still waiting for those lazy lawyers and judges and wondering when, if ever, they are going to start the Nuremberg II Trial.
    WHAT THE HECK ARE THEY WAITING FOR?
    AND WHY ARE FAUCI, SCHWABE AND ALL THE OTHER GENOCIDE CRIMINALS NOT YET ARRESTED?
    WHY, WHY AND ONCE AGAIN WHY???

    • Agree this is disgusting and disheartening! Why can’t people see this is about they are marching us to communism! I pray people wake up to save their children this is all uncivilized, unconsciounable no words to describe what’s going on evil working thru people

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