Our thanks to W.G. (and many others of you) who spotted this story and sent it along, because it's one of those stories that may explain a lot in recent news, things like falling stock prices in Big Pharma and some of its representative firms: Muck Pharmaceuticals, Phhhtfizer,  Notsomoderna Potions and Brews, I.G. Farbensanto (woops... sorry, I forgot, that's  Big Agra...It's getting so difficult to keep all the different poisoners separate these days).  Anyway, where was I?

Oh yes, I was talking about a story many of you spotted and sent to me, but we're going with the version shared by W.G., because it's straight off of Robert F. Kennedy Jr.'s website, and when it comes to things like this, I have a tendency to trust him and not the lamestream propatainment media.  After all, he literally wrote the book on Dr. Fausti, and has taken these Too Big To Hold Accountable firms to court, and won. So like I said, the story explains falling stock prices in those Big Pharma firms, as well as explaining why Swampington,  D.C. is urging the swamp to prepare by hiring more lawyers to deal with the crush of lawsuits to come.  It also may explain the strange attempt by the allies of the infamous Texas Schrubb famdamnly political dynasty to impeach Texas state Attorney General Ken Paxton, because Mr. Paxton is bringing a state lawsuit against Phhhtfizer for, get this, false advertizing concerning the safety of its injections (this after, you might recall, the concerted effort to change dictionary definitions of vaccines so that the new experimental injections could be marketed as such):

Note Paxton's approach, and the danger it spells for the Big Pharma participants in the planscamdemic, at least, in the USSA:

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton on Thursday sued Pfizer alleging the drugmaker made “false, misleading and deceptive claims” about its COVID-19 vaccine and tried to intimidate and censor critics who questioned those claims or cited facts that countered them.

According to the lawsuit, Pfizer’s marketing claims about the efficacy, duration of protection and ability of its COVID-19 vaccine to prevent transmission violated the Texas Deceptive Trade Practices Act.

The lawsuit also alleges Pfizer cited misleading statistics, concealed negative data and made unsupported statements about efficacy against variants like Delta.

“We are pursuing justice for the people of Texas, many of whom were coerced by tyrannical vaccine mandates to take a defective product sold by lies,” Paxton said in a press release. “The facts are clear. Pfizer did not tell the truth about their COVID-19 vaccines.”

When the failure of its product became apparent, “Pfizer then pivoted to silencing truth-tellers.”

The suit cites complaints made by former U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) official Scott Gottlieb on X (formerly Twitter) about vaccine skeptics.

Paxton is seeking over $10 million in civil penalties, plus injunctive relief barring Pfizer from making claims about vaccine efficacy similar to those challenged in the lawsuit.

And then there's this little gem:

“Pfizer has so far escaped accountability about the potential health problems like myocarditis, thanks to sweeping liability protections granted to pharmaceutical companies” by the PREP (Public Readiness and Emergency Preparedness) Act, wrote The Federalist, which argued Paxton’s legal strategy of “fraudulent activity” may succeed because it “falls outside the scope of legal immunity.”

Ray Flores, senior outside counsel to Children’s Health Defense, told The Defender Paxton’s investigation of vaccine manufacturers announced in May “evidently bore fruit.”

“In my opinion and consistent with existing case law, this suit correctly pleads that state laws such as the Texas Deceptive Trade Practices Act are not barred by the PREP Act,” Flores said.

“I believe that other suits, including other consumer fraud and shareholder derivative suits, as well as other law and motion pleadings, will greatly benefit from the complaint’s details,” he said. “Depositions and other discovery will produce even more gems.”

Flores said his greatest hope is that information in the Texas suit will prompt the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services or the U.S. Attorney General “to finally initiate an enforcement action against the vaccine manufacturers for not being completely forthright with the FDA on the safety and efficacy of the vaccines.”

Under the PREP Act, plaintiffs are prevented from suing vaccine manufacturers unless an enforcement action has been completed, Flores said.  (Italicized emphases addded)

There you have it: Mr. Paxton's state lawsuit can do several things, if successful (1) allow state laws that concern product fraud to go forward, and establish a legal precedent that federal immunities do not cloak corporations in state courts (an interesting point of law in and of itself); (2) even if the Federal jurisdiction is upheld in such cases, the proof of fraudulent activity in (a) the advertising and promotion of the experimental injections, or the misrepresentation or withholding of data from the federal government, will strip any company -- in this case Phhhtfizer -- of any legal immunities, and that, as the article points out, is probably the ultimate goal of Mr. Paxton's suit.

But watch out for that warning that the article also notes, because that is the real ticking time bomb in all this: discovery. Imagine uncovering as part of legal discovery what all those emails back and forth between the Food and Drug (Mis)Administration, and Big Pharma, might show.  Imagine digging into the biographies of the people sending and receiving those emails.  "I see here, Mr. Bob N. Weeve, that you were an experimental therapies geneticist with Notsomoderna Potions and Brews, before becoming head of research and development at Phhhtfizer, before becoming vice president of I.G. Farbensanto's experimental plant quackcination program, before you moved to the Food and Drug (Mis)Administration as chairpersonhood  -- by the way, what are your pronouns again? -- of the New Drug Lackadaisical Testing and Emergency Certification Department", or "Tell me again, Mr. Grafton Swag, what you did at the FDA before becoming Director of Media Relations for Crudd Phramaceuticals LLC... was that before or after your short stint with the Baal and Malevolent Gates Foundation?"

In other words - and I will wager that one can reasonably expect - that the pattern of such corporate and government incestuous relationships that we saw in the rise of, and government "approval" of, GMOs will be in evidence once again, and in spades.  Wait for it...

But in any case, regardless of the success or failure of the Texas lawsuit, the dam has now shown its first crack, and eventually, someone will succeed in the legal effort against the corruption we all know is there. There's a reason they're "lawyering up", and Attorney General Paxton just told us what it is...

And one more thing, in case you didn't notice: the suit also explicitly mentions the media in its false advertising... the networks, and specific shows, will eventually be engulfed in the maelstrom too, especially those that heavily promoted the injections, and mocked alternative therapies and skeptics...

See you on the flip side...



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Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".

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  1. Tim on December 8, 2023 at 12:38 pm

    I wonder if Donald Trump will be swept up in all of this.

    If they could get rid of him for good this lawsuit might be a good thing for the powers that be.

  2. bluelectricstorm on December 7, 2023 at 2:54 am

    As I expressed at Sasha Latipova’s substack on this matter, exactly what is it about the Brooke Jackson case and why it was dismissed that folks are so seriously not wanting to see/hear/acknowledge?
    One begins to feel as it it occurred in some alternate….kitty history?
    Pfizer did precisely as the DOD told it to. Katherine Watts at BAiliwick news has assembled all the relevant documents and “illegal laws” (love it!! can’t make this up, only the DOD can) which made it…hold for it…”legal”.
    So…what hole has Mr. Paxton, in an election year , been hiding his head in?
    And you Joseph, what is not comprehensible? The reality of Martial Law, which some of us have been warning of since 1970????????
    Wake up, Wake up. Wake up. Daddy is a Monster.

  3. Richard on December 5, 2023 at 2:27 pm

    In one’s view, there’s a great many people, laboratory experimentation, and funding schemes implicated as for why those Big Pharma types would want to jump into that vat of free public cash in the first place. Even of international relationships and pay offs. A lot of muck in the water where there was once a clear view of what was being jumped into and swam in. One thing seems sure, they’re going to need another dictionary of not so malleable terms to finalize current law. When you’re worth billions a few million is akin to rounding figures but it does set the stage for future players.

    • anakephalaiosis on December 6, 2023 at 4:32 am

      In 2002, Thor Heyerdahl was attacked, by malicious defamation, at the University in Oslo, when he pointed out Scandinavian origin in Caucasus.

      In 2023, I find my own free speech being cut short, by NATO, when I unambiguously prove Thor Heyerdahl being right, about Odin’s origin.

      Today, the papal assassins are trying to rewrite history, by removing any trace of Scythian retaliation, that was present at the Last Supper.

      The New Testament is crystal clear, about there being an axe, at the root of the trees.


      • Don B on December 6, 2023 at 3:59 pm

        I like and respect Thor immensely because he’s a sane voice in the research field in addition to being a brave man.

  4. Brendan on December 5, 2023 at 12:42 am

    I can’t remember what company I got my vaccines from but I have only had three as was told that any more wasn’t mandatory. I’m not anti vax and believe COVID existed and killed people. I am not in denial of that! For now I am not entirely sure what stage of the evolutionary process COVID is, whether some speculate it will follow the variants with the viral loading of a common cold?

    • Brendan on December 5, 2023 at 1:52 am

      I just checked my ‘immunization certificate’ … it was Pfizer that supplied my shot. If I grow two heads I will let you know.

      • anakephalaiosis on December 5, 2023 at 7:42 am

        Going along, to get along, is always the mantra of the majority, and backwater trolls grow many heads, as a survival strategy.

        Man has free will to choose, to either comply, or not, by following his stars, or not. At winter solstice, men gathered in collective rebirth.

        This was the social contract in the Bronze Age, which was a balance at the scales, as a free flowing will, restrained by an annual delimiter, which balances Elohim-Yahweh.

        The scales don’t mean exclusively this, or that, as they are the principle of balance, weighing both.

        • anakephalaiosis on December 5, 2023 at 8:08 am

          BTW, neither opportunistic cowardliness, nor rebellious blindfoldedness, are virtues, whereas seeing matters from both sides is, which is weighing the scales.

      • ExternalObserver on December 5, 2023 at 9:44 am

        Just remember, those people are even more greedy than they are evil, I think most people got injected with tap water at full price.

  5. ExternalObserver on December 5, 2023 at 12:06 am

    just finished watching an interview on the Byte Show from 9 years ago, where Dr Farrell dropped a bombshell, when he said that some of this poisoning could be to taint the food source / human herd.
    This idea was never picked up again in conversations.

    • Brendan on December 6, 2023 at 12:35 am

      Oh boy I’m feeling very nostalgic for things 10 years ago or more … when I first started listening to the Byte Show. Has anybody created a time machine???

  6. marcos toledo on December 4, 2023 at 6:32 pm

    It is interesting if you drop the first letter you get Harma just saying. I hope Texas wins the suit

  7. Marco Fredriks on December 4, 2023 at 1:28 pm

    This is all for the bune. Just once go from the truth that virusses dont exists (never been isolated via centrifuge), then all this vaxxin or how we define them are an unnecesary “treatment”, or did these serve another goal. By not naing this, then all these discussions are to paint us a picture of an illusion.

  8. Robert Barricklow on December 4, 2023 at 12:15 pm

    Loved it!
    “Bid Agra…It’s getting so difficult to keep all the different poisoners separate these days.”

    Once the “discovery” process starts rolling; there will be whistleblowers galore.
    As they say – one thing, leads to another – one lie, leads to another.
    The Big Parma House of Cards is not on any form of solid foundation;
    unless you consider Fitts, “Crime the at pays, is crime that stays”.

    Looking forward; to the coming mad scramble,
    to put the Big Pharma’s – Humpty Dumpty, back together again.

    Going to have to…
    resupply, and stock-up on my popcorn!

  9. FiatLux on December 4, 2023 at 11:54 am

    If I understand correctly, nobody is going to be able to sue a quackcine manufacturer unless an enforcement action by a federal agency has been initiated and completed. I’ll be surprised if such an enforcement action ever gets off the ground.

    It seems to me the potential significance of the Texas lawsuit consists in two things: first, any potential discovery, which I guess would require that the lawsuit survive a motion to dismiss on the defendant’s part(?); second, and perhaps more important, this pushback might encourage other states to go after Big Pharma by some sort of other legal strategies that may be available under state law.

    • anakephalaiosis on December 4, 2023 at 2:12 pm

      The Star Trek’s away team is caught in a loop, on a planet, where a specific day, at the casino, is repeated, over and over again.

      The only escape is to play along, within the parameters of a cheap pulp fiction novel, whereupon the closed loop reality is based.

      The same principle applies to the legal system, which is based upon pulp fiction, from the Bronze Age, with a roulette as religion.

      There is always a shadowy gatekeeper, to be brought down, in the allegory of Plato’s closet.

  10. Cascadian Girl on December 4, 2023 at 11:29 am

    Yet another sleight of hand…merry pranksters at it again. Curtain, please. It’s great to be alive for the apocalypse (great revealing).

  11. InfiniteRUs on December 4, 2023 at 10:08 am

    10 million is nothing to these companies. These politicians are just doing damage control and trying to look good so they can get re-elected to do even more damage control. they both committed crimes against humanity that resulted in the deaths of millions.

    • InfiniteRUs on December 4, 2023 at 10:19 am

      So pretty much the lives of those killed and permanently injured by this fraud, which is likely over 10 million according to recent revelations, are worth less than a dollar each to Texas? Sounds like a token, meaningless, publicity stunt and no real attempt at justice at all. The reverse of justice in fact.

    • Barbara on December 4, 2023 at 10:46 am

      Unfortunately, agree with you @InfiniteRUs. 10 million is a pocket change. Hopefully this will become an incentive for other states to go after BigCriminalPharma in a more meaningful way.

  12. ats on December 4, 2023 at 8:23 am

    F**CK YEEEAAAH!!!!!!!!!!

    Hope those companies are eventually dismantled and sold off for scraps.

  13. anakephalaiosis on December 4, 2023 at 6:45 am

    In the process of lassoing criminals, I find the Christian virtue, of endorsing the Scythian skull cup, at the Last Supper, to be necessary precedent.

    Which, in return, points towards precedent of punitive action, enforced in the 7th century BC, against the Assyrian imperial culling policy.

    This punitive action was the product of legal proceedings, by the scales of Elohim-Yahweh, which is a social contract, built on a verb and its delimiter, which is Bronze Age politics.

    A verb’s delimiter produces the Greek term logos, which is a lawyer’s lingo.

    • anakephalaiosis on December 4, 2023 at 7:07 am

      BTW, to arrive, at “logos” being restrained/formatted speech, I use the rune “os” as a delimiter, which is a valid argument, assuming there is correlation, in the Indo-European language tree.

      Further, the rune “os” does qualify, as a ninth landscape suffix, in the topological metaphor, contained within Old English and Old Norse.

      Landscape suffixes:

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