Warren Buffet Explains Vaccines

“In the pharmaceutical world of economic durable competitive advantages, having a patent on a best-selling drug is about as good as it gets. The next best thing is having a monopoly on selling a country’s national health program the vaccines it needs for its childhood inoculation programs. Both of these businesses are hugely profitable and GSK excels in both these categories.

With the United States Centers for Disease Control recommending that children aged birth through six receive thirty-four individual vaccine shots/jabs, that means the market for those thirty-four vaccine shots/jabs increases every year by 4.3 million in just the U.S. alone. …  On a world scale, the number jumps to a potential $340 billion in profits.

And last but not least, vaccine manufacturers in the U.S. are completely immune from lawsuits. Back in the 1980s several bad batches of vaccines injured so many children that the resulting successful lawsuits threatened to bankrupt the manufacturers, so the manufacturers lobbied a bill through Congress making them a protected class.”

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4 Responses to Warren Buffet Explains Vaccines

  1. Eli the pit bull says:

    Going thru the notes from the World Economic Forum from 6 years ago it appears they released the new variant 6 months early. This was planned. I wonder why they skipped Xi?
    It’s amazing how many people haven’t figured this out yet. Biden’s Covid team is meaning as I write so expect more of the same failed measures, and as more people catch on, expect social media giants to silence more people, like Eli.

  2. Zeno Morphic says:

    Hey Tony,

    Do you know anything about Vinicunca Mountain? They call it the Mountain of Rainbows. According to teh establishment media referenced in Google – the mountain had a glacier covering it until it abruptly melted in 2013 and suddently people discovered it.

    I have looked all over online for early pictures of this glacier but all I ever see looks like a wet season snow. I have seen no pictures of this glacier anywhere I look.

    It was presented to me as a completely undeniable evidence of evil human caused climate change — but honestly it does not look like that land ever had glacial cover. No deep crevasses cut in the rockface. But i have no historic information or pictures of the region.

    Any help? Might make an interesting video. The mountain was recently a microsoft homepage headline along with a blurb about climate change.

    • GreyGeek says:

      Rainbow Mountain in Peru has been imaged by Google Maps since 1970. None of their images shows any glaciers on those mountains. There is some occasional scattering of snow but no glaciers. Some pictures shows the Andes Mountains in the background and they have glaciers on them that have not melted. If the warming was global it would be unusual to have glaciers on one mountain melt due to increased temperatures but not on nearby mountains.

  3. arn says:

    I’ll explain the virus.

    If you want to know who is behind the Omikron variant
    just go one letter back in the greek alphabet.

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