With Covid, you can smell the rat easily. Sure, some people like to be scared; they want to go to haunted houses, ride roller coasters at amusement parks to get a thrill and watch scary movies. And the nightly news produces almost exclusively scary stories because that causes people to tune in, partly for the thrill and partly for the comfort that bad things are happening to other people and not themselves. In all of that is how we were scammed with Covid and the ridiculous protocols from the CDC. Some people don’t want to see it because of their human desire to be scared. But also, they don’t want to deal with it because they are too lazy to think. However, if you’re going to see a big government scam, all you have to do is follow the money. Ultimately, we can say that Covid has been a lot of conspiracies, and I’d say there is truth in most of them. It’s a form of control by the government over mass populations to see if they can get away with it. It’s been a chance to shape politics by steering mass society into virtual pens of control in experimental ways. It’s been a way to commit voter fraud, which most of the Democrat party plans to use always to stay in power. Just consider why they want open borders with illegal immigration. So they can overload votes with new voters who might be dumb enough to vote for Democrats who play Santa Claus every day, giving away things that aren’t theirs to give. But mostly, what Covid has been, is a guaranteed market for the pharmaceutical companies to land their products. Politicians have had to pave the way for them because of their constant need for campaign donations. By doing big pharma a massive favor by guaranteeing market saturation for big pharma products, the government plays the role through the legislative process as market mall cop in ensuring that everyone does exactly what big pharma needs them to do.
Sure, it’s happened many times before, so many times that many of us have just come to expect it. The auto insurance industry essentially did the same thing when I was younger. These days we all accept it as logical, but when I learned to drive a car, insurance while driving was an option. If you had a wreck while going and it was your fault, then you had considerable trouble. But you had a choice. That led big auto insurance companies to lobby the politics of their state to offer relief from the many lawsuits that were not being collected from those who could never pay for the damages they committed while driving cars. So, states like Ohio passed laws where every driver on the road would have to maintain insurance and show proof of it when called upon. It was never a question of if a driver had insurance; it was just showing it when a cop pulled you over. There are many other examples of this kind of thing where the government wrote laws that ultimately helped various businesses. Still, the insurance industry is one of the most obvious. When politicians and insurance companies saw how the American people accepted these impositions against their freedoms so quickly, they were inspired to do it on other things. Pretty soon, seat belts were made legal.
You had to click it or get a ticket. Of course, insurance companies pushed this because they wanted to close up their payout margins. They were given by the government a stable slice of the pie. The insurance industry didn’t have to drop their prices to earn a customer; the government handed it to them on a silver platter. Now the insurance carrier wanted to make sure that their payouts were less, not more. It was better for them to have a driver live in car accidents because dying was too expensive. It is better to keep the driver alive, even if permanently maimed for life, rather than to lose that driver to a death payout if it could be avoided. Seat Belts were the kind of law that paved the way for what is currently being debated, vaccine passports. People accepted the logic, and the government made laws that benefited the insurance companies, and everyone was somewhat happy.
But that’s not what happens; is that everyone stays happy. Instead, once the government and the insurance industry saw how easily people would give up their freedoms for so-called “good reasons,” such as “safety,” who doesn’t want to live in a “safe” world, then, of course, they wanted to do the same kind of thing with every industry. That’s where the idea of insurance being a socialist right came about. People accepted that mandatory insurance to drive a car was acceptable, so why not mandate that everyone have health insurance? And then, of course, the government would maintain that insurance, which is the concept behind Obamacare. Once Obamacare got involved, and the government stuck its nose into the 5th largest market in the American economy, trouble arrived for growth. We heard less about stem cells and regenerative growth as medical innovations moved from new ideas to ensure insurance companies got paid. And of course, competition in the medical industry stagnated as health providers could essentially charge whatever they wanted, including the big pharma companies. Now they had guaranteed customers given to them by the government. All they had to do was give some donations to critical politicians in their states, and they’d be on easy street. It worked, people put up with it, and that’s the mess we find ourselves in today.
Now you can see why the government mandates for vaccinations come into play over Covid. For the first time, we have allowed the government to interfere with the natural immune system of human beings and have put the government in charge of maintaining health. In all other times, people would get sick with the common cold or with some variation of SARS, Covid, or whatever. People would take a few days off work to get better or not contaminate their co-workers, and life would go on. But with Covid, something that turned out for most people to be a common cold with mild symptoms, the government got involved in managing the virus ultimately. From social distancing, altering economic activity in very destructive ways, and the voodoo science of wearing a mask instead of using actual science, such as Regeneron cocktails and Hydroxychloroquine to fight the virus off. This time, the government, with its partners in crime, Google, Facebook, and Twitter, moved to control information to create demand for a vaccine where they wanted every single person in the world to get it, no matter what the effect was. For the first time in history, the world’s governments working together wanted to provide a guaranteed market for the big pharma vaccines for all kinds of mysterious reasons, many that we will learn about in the years to come. We know that the government is attempting to tamper with markets for the advantage of the pharmaceutical companies. Essentially for the promise that campaign donations will flow their way and everyone will be happy, just as they were when auto insurance was made mandatory. We have all shown these dangerous liaisons that we will gladly put up with being pushed around, so why would they think otherwise? That is how innovation is killed when we allow politics to distribute money without merit to undeserving markets. That is precisely what is going on with Covid, the masks, and the offered solutions to a made-up problem, vaccine mandates for all. It’s not to save lives. It’s all about control and making it easier for pharmaceuticals to maintain their markets for products without the worry of competition. They suddenly don’t have to earn your dollars; the government is giving it to them unearned.
2 thoughts on “The Alliance Between Big Pharma and Government: Covid is all about using you to promise market saturation”
I am seriously beginning to doubt the veracity of anything the government puppets say or dictate. It is getting uglier by the day. It is astonishing the amount of lying and deception.
We, the People, must take a stand somehow. Aligning with other Americans who love freedom, liberty, fairness, and righteousness may be the only way. Then, though, we end up with two Americas, not United in our love of country or United in our love for our fellow men. So sad, so unnecessary, if righteousness could prevail! But it happens over and over in these cycles of hardship, love, abundance, unrighteousness, and back to hardship. Will this species ever learn?
It’s great to hear from you Carolyn. We obviously have severe degradation at our government administration institutions. Does that mean there is no hope? I see it all as an opportunity. Its on us to correct it, and I think we are in that process now. But I do think its healthy for you to doubt!