Pfizer CEO Admits Mass Depopulation Coming Soon: ‘Covid Was Just a Test’

Pfizer CEO Admits Mass Depopulation Coming Soon: ‘Covid Was Just a Test’

Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla has boasted that deaths seen during the Covid pandemic will pale into insignificance when globalists soon unleash the next mass depopulation event.

According to Bourla, a key member of the World Economic Forum (WEF), “Covid was just a rehearsal” for the major cull of humans that is coming soon.

“I truly think the best days of Pfizer are ahead of us because Covid was, for me, like a rehearsal, prove generali, how you can mobilize an organization and do the impossible, possible, against a main disease,” Bourla said.


It’s a pretty ominous statement when you think about it considering that when we look back, we can often find instances where someone warned us, either directly or in a more subtle way, that something bad was brewing but no one heeded the warning.

For example, Alex Jones pointed out that he cautioned something like the COVID-19 pandemic would happen way back in 2010.

He said this wasn’t just some random prediction that panned out; he read the Rockefeller Foundation Operation Lock Step, which specifically described using a virus to bring in a world government and exert control over people with mandatory quarantines, masking, checkpoints, and other violations of personal freedom.

Like some of his other predictions that have come to fruition, he said that there are often lots of warnings, but people aren’t paying attention.

“Once you have enough technological development, enough science, anything we can imagine, we can do,” Jones said.

Therefore, it won’t be a surprise if COVID-19 does indeed prove to be just a dress rehearsal for the real catastrophe; as Jones said, “The big stuff’s coming.”

It’s clear why Bourla and Pfizer may be hoping all this was just a “test.”

In 2021, Pfizer made nearly $37 billion in sales from the jab.

The dangerous mRNA injection cemented its place as one of the most lucrative products of all time.

This saw their overall revenues for the year double to more than $81 billion, which was more than the GDP of most nations.

Not surprisingly, this led many to conclude that the Big Pharma firm was engaging in “pandemic profiteering.”

They also came under fire for being unwilling to share the makeup of their vaccines with drugmakers in poorer nations to help more people get jabbed.

The group Global Justice Now stated:

“But we’ve let Pfizer withhold this essential medical innovation from much of the world, all while ripping off public health systems with an eye-watering markup.”

In 2022, they set another record, raking in $100 billion in revenue thanks to both their COVID-19 vaccine and the COVID-19 treatment pill Paxlovid, which brought in nearly $19 billion alone. In total, nearly $57 billion of its 2022 earnings came from the vaccines and pills combined.

WEF, WHO, Bill Gates already warning of next pandemic

However, other powerful individuals have also gone on the record with predictions of even bigger pandemics, and they shouldn’t be ignored, either.

For example, Bill Gates warned last year that the next pandemic will be “manmade” and “much more brutal” than COVID-19.

He also said what we should expect when this happens:

“Next time what we’ll have is factories that are able to produce [vaccines] far faster, and so just in months you should be able to make enough for the world.

“So we’ll have enough supply so that prioritization won’t matter because we’ll cover everyone.”

He has also said the next pandemic is not a “matter of if, but when,” using the prospect to call for worldwide surveillance, aggressive vaccine development, and censorship.

Meanwhile, the World Economic Forum and World Health Organization have been openly preparing for a potential “Disease X” that would be 20 times deadlier than COVID-19 and could kill up to 50 million people.

They’ve even been working on a proactive plan for handling it – and it should come as no surprise that it includes lots of vaccine development, a pandemic fund, and plenty of restrictions and censorship.