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Hey Alex, I’m all about theories (as that’s what I write on my Substack) but here’s one theory: Pfizer ended the commercial to focus on cancer, because cancer is about to skyrocket (as there is talk that the mRNA shots increase cancer). So Pfizer, since they already have notoriety for the shot, may start producing “Cancer shots.” Another opportunity to boost revenue down the line. Just a theory.

But, if you’re interested in an even more interesting theory regarding the virus itself, check out this article: https://unorthodoxy.substack.com/p/why-it-does-matter

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Checking out the domain registry date. That's pretty f*cking good investigative journalism. I think your theory on the focus group is spot on. Either that or the legal team got spooked. My money would be on the former.

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Adding to your theory, mine is that the last ten seconds of the original ad featured Science Himself, and that is what bombed with the focus groups.

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Right, and still back to how do you “out do” cancer? Do you kill more children? More elderly?

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I just spoke with a pharmaceutical rep from Memphis whose company sold chemotherapy drugs. Pfizer just bought their company.

Isn't it interesting they are investing in chemo drugs as the incidence of Turbo cancer has taken off?

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According to Harris, "we need to reduce population". Newsweek called it a gaffe. I call it a Freudian slip.

Seems to me that the mRNA genetic therapy (i. e. It changes the DNA of the jabbed) has already and is continuing to accomplish what Harris said. John Beaudoin, Sr. has intensely analyzed medical data from Minnesota and Masssachusetts. He contends that the "vaccines" have killed far more people already than the virus. Turbo cancer is killing people rapidly. Dr. Russell Blaylock contends that after the first booster a person's immune system is side lined. The immune system normally kills cancer cells. Without the cancer killing immune systems, cancers can grow unimpeded causing people to die quickly. Hence the title "turbo cancer" heretofore not existing often in humans. With a majority of adults vaxxed and having compromised immune systems, cancer treatment will be the new source of mega profits for Big Pharma. Sounds like the arsonist who set the building on fire offering to put the fire out if paid a lot of money! If you are vaxxed and boosted, I hope and pray that you don't fall victim to the "poison" you were probably forced to take by our "government". Godless people worshiping money and power do godless things.

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Post 2020, it’s good to be in the placebo group.

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Maybe its less about the commercial then the spending. If you are an advertiser you can threaten to withhold advertising if you dont like the press you get. $14 million makes a dent.

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Great research, Alex. These guys are...I have no words. You said it all.

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"Bourla met Biden again in June, in England at the G-7 summit of world leaders."

where Joe said he talked with Mitterand and Kohl

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Copying this comment I made on a previous post. Not looking to promote anything, just genuinely curious about your opinion on the rise in pregnancy complications:

Unrelated, have you heard about the rise in preterm births since 2014 in this CDC report released last month?

https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/data/nvsr/nvsr73/nvsr73-01.pdf

The average rate of increase is about 2% year-over-year, but there is a 4% jump in premature births in 2021. Add to this an almost 40% jump in maternal mortality in 2021. I’m not saying the mRNAs were necessarily responsible for either of these, but interesting to look into nonetheless, and I think relevant to both your interest in the mRNA products and declining fertility. I gave my two cents here:

https://open.substack.com/pub/goodchildren/p/why-are-premature-births-rising?r=6s869&utm_medium=ios&utm_campaign=post

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Thant was great and had me laughing. Especially the references to "Vitamin V" as we in the medical profession called it. And on "V"alentine's Day as well.

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It is just pay to play. If you want to be dictating to news media how they should cover issues, then you have to pay up.

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Uncle Joe Robinhood Biden needs all government employees and legacy media to stop taking money from pharmaceutical companies. So they are working for the American taxpayers.

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I got pinged by a recruiter the other day about an open job at BioNtech. I told them that I wouldn't be comfortable working for that particular company. Their response sounded like I wasn't the first person to tell them that.

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I've worked in advertising for 28 years and can say you're probably onto something. The date of registration for the URL is certainly very late for an ad that under the best of circumstances took weeks to get approved and produced (more likely months). And you're correct about focus group testing. Agencies hate such testing but clients tend to be more conservative. I have a saying which is that the typical agency person wants to win a Lion at the Cannes advertising festival and the typical client wants to send his kids to college. In any case, the bigger the client company, the more conservative, so focus group "disaster checks" are a thing. I once had a client reshoot an entire 30-second comercial because a couple of uptight housewives among the dozens recruited objected to the storyline, which featured a man innocently bumping up into his sexy neighbour at the drugstore and getting her lipstick on his shirt. Innocent stuff.

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