"Pfizer" wants to reduce the world's population by 50%!


Fake news of the week: "Pfizer" wants to reduce the world's population by 50%!

The Pfizer company openly states that it wants to halve the world's population. This news has been posted on many Telegram channels, including the "Yellow Plums".

General Director of Pfizer: “By 2023 we will reduce the world  population by 50%.

I believe that today we can make this dream come true (round of applause from the participants of World Economic Forum in Davos)”.

To support the statement the channel even posted a video of Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla speaking at the World Economic Forum in Davos, where he allegedly said this:

"I think that it’s really the fulfillment of a dream that we’ve had, together with my leadership team when we started in ‘19 — . The first week we met, in January of ‘19 in California, and set up the goals for the next five years. And one of them was, by 2023, we would reduce the number of people in the world by 50%. I think today, this dream is becoming reality."

Russian actor Oskar Kuchera, who also posted the video on his Telegram channel, accompanied it with "Shocking statement by Pfizer director" and a meaningful question to his readers: "Can you hear this too?"

“Our goal was to reduce the world population by 50% by 2023:

A shocking statement by the Director of Pfizer. Albert Bourla, the head of “Pfizer” (the one that produces COVID vaccine) addressed the World Economic Forum and amid loud applause said that his dream to halve the world population had started to come true.

Can you hear it too???”

This is a montage. You can find the original recording of the speech on the World Economic Forum website and there is nothing shocking in the original. 

"By 2023, we will reduce the number of people in the world who cannot afford our medicines by 50%," Bourla said at the conference.

That is, the phrase "who cannot afford our medicines" was deliberately cut from the sentence. Albert Bourla had previously stated that his company had decided to offer its patented drugs, vaccines and medicines to 45 of the world's poorest countries at cost price. This was reported in the foreign press. This is what Bourla believes would reduce the number of those who cannot afford them by 50%.