Vaccines against Covid are imposed not only on adults, but also on children. It’s disgusting. A well-known pharmaceutical company focused its advertising on children. Pfizer and Marvel this month released a customized Avengers comic book that urges people to become an “everyday hero” by staying up-to-date with the latest Pfizer COVID-19 booster shots.
The children are to save the world and get an experimental vaccine
The comic is intended to convince children that if superheroes can save the world, so can they. Just as the “Avengers” repeatedly kept the world safe from the fictional supervillain Ultron, people need to protect themselves by updating their COVID-19 vaccination with the latest booster,
Pfizer announced the new comic book in a tweet:
When Ultron wreaks havoc, the Avengers act as the first line of defense. People can help protect themselves by staying up to date with COVID-19 vaccinations. Head to https://t.co/PfNUYTZlkj to get a first look at Pfizer, BioNTech, and Marvel’s comic book! pic.twitter.com/hwhRateYIB
— Pfizer Inc. (@pfizer) October 4, 2022
As soon as the post was published on Twitter, it immediately received a large number of negative comments. Some commenters wrote that Pfizer is luring children into euthanasia.
“The new comic, “Everyday Heroes,” shows Ultron — who represents COVID-19 as it keeps evolving — attacking and being successfully fended off by the Avengers — who represent the different Pfizer vaccinations — while a grandpa and his family are waiting at a nearby clinic to get a COVID-19 vaccine.
The story concludes with pictures of the Avengers and the family displaying bandages on their left arms, showing they got a Pfizer shot.
In addition to the superhero scenes, Pfizer added a page in the comic both before and after the story that shows people of different professions.
“What makes them everyday heroes?” one of the pages reads. “They know what to do to help defend against COVID-19.”
And the comic includes a banner — accompanied by a scannable QR code containing COVID-19 vaccination information provided by Pfizer — that reads, “Vaccinate and stay up-to-date with the latest recommended booster and be an everyday hero!”
The marketing collaboration comes amid sluggish uptake in the U.S. and Europe of Pfizer’s fall Omicron-specific booster shots, according to the Daily Mail, which on Oct. 6 reported that fewer than 1 in 20 eligible Americans had received the shot.
In the second quarter of 2022, Moderna generated $4.7 billion in sales, a 9% increase over the same period last year.
Pfizer’s revenue grew by 47% compared to the second quarter last year, to $27.7 billion, and the company’s net income increased to $9.9 billion — a 78% increase over the same period during 2021.”
So far in 2022, Pfizer has spent more than $100 million in advertising.
Ads will continue
The number of people refusing another vaccine continues to grow. The more people reject the vaccine, the more pharmaceutical companies invest in advertising. The number of advertisements promoting the vaccine is increasing. In each country, the promotion of the vaccine is different, often using celebrities and touching stories of people. These are shocking and disgusting practices that lure people into untested vaccines. Humans become guinea pigs and it is not yet clear what side effects these vaccines will have.
Source: Twitter, https://childrenshealthdefense.org/defender/pfizer-marvel-avengers-covid-boosters-kids/