Pfizer CEO Admits Covid Was Just a ‘Rehearsal’

Pfizer CEO Admits Covid Was Just a ‘Rehearsal’

Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla has admitted that the Covid pandemic and mRNA shot rollout was just a “rehearsal” for something far larger.

Bourla made the admission while gloating about Pfizer’s future as a vaccine maker.

The pharmaceutical kingpin was defending his company over reports that Pfizer’s “best days” are now in the past since the Covid pandemic was over.

“I truly think that the best days of Pfizer are ahead of us, because Covid was for me was like a rehearsal.”

He then continued to boast that Pfizer can now rapidly roll out mRNA shots in response to the next “main disease.”

Bourla then suggested that Covid seems insignificant because Pfizer is now “after cancer and many other things in the years to come.”


This is not the first time Bourla has talked about new revenue “opportunities” for Pfizer from cancer, however.

As THAIMBC News reported last month, Bourla revealed that his pharmaceutical company is expecting to reap “blockbuster” profits from treating the global surge in turbo cancers among the Covid-vaccinated.

Since Covid mRNA shots were rolled out to the public in early 2021, cases of rapidly developing cancers in young, healthy people have skyrocketed.

Oncologists and leading doctors around the world have been raising the alarm about the issue.

Many are reporting that patients who appear healthy are often dead within a week of being diagnosed.

The rapid onset of the disease has led to experts dubbing the phenomenon “turbo cancer.”

Evidence has continued to mount to suggest that the global turbo cancer epidemic is directly linked to Covid mRNA shots.

Many scientists have pointed to the DNA fragment contamination in the injections as the cause of the cancers.

However, the devastating impact is not bad news for everyone, apparently.

According to Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla, skyrocketing cancer cases present an opportunity to make “blockbuster” profits.

Celebrating these new opportunities, Bourla gloated that cancer “is our new Covid.”

Meanwhile, Bourla is not the only powerful globalist to describe the Covid pandemic as a test.

The daughter of World Economic Forum (WEF) founder Klaus Schwab has declared that tyrannical restrictions during the Covid pandemic served as a precursor to coming “climate lockdowns.”

According to Nicole Schwab, Covid was a “tremendous opportunity” to test how the public would comply with authoritarian measures that could be used to usher in the WEF’s “Great Reset” agenda.

The WEF’s promotion of the “climate crisis” narrative seeks to “create a change that is not incremental…to position nature at the core of the economy,” according to the younger Schwab.

Nicole Schwab made the comments in a recently unearthed video that was recorded during a WEF panel discussion in 2020.

“This [COVID] crisis has shown us that first of all, things can shift very rapidly when we put our minds to it and when we feel the immediate emergency to our livelihoods,” Nicole Schwab says.

“And second, that clearly the system, I mean, you mentioned it earlier, that we had before is not sustainable.

“So I see it as a tremendous opportunity to really have this Great Reset and to use this huge flows of money — to use the increased levers that policymakers have today — in a way that was not possible before to create a change that is not incremental but that we can look back and we can say this is the moment where we really started to position nature at the core of the economy.”

In addition, Klaus Schwab’s WEF previously argued that the pandemic served as a mass global experiment that can be used to impose future restrictions.

As THAIMBC News reported in September 2022, the WEF declared that Covid pandemic-related lockdowns have proved that “billions of citizens across the world” would comply with global restrictions on freedoms for the sake of “climate change.”

In an article published by the WEF, the organization lauds how “billions” of people complied with Covid “restrictions,” arguing that they would do the same under the guise of reducing carbon emissions.

Titled “My Carbon: An approach for inclusive and sustainable cities,” the article suggests that the same fear tactics could be used to impose further “restrictions” on the general public.