Video has surfaced of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu apparently admitting he convinced Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla to give Israel COVID vaccines ahead of every other country.
Because 98% of the Israeli population is registered in a digital medical database, Netanyahu claims Israel was able to become “the lab for Pfizer.”
According to Wide Awake Media, the interview segment was originally from Jordan B. Peterson’s interview with Netanyahu titled “Does Israel have the right to exist? | PM-Elect Benjamin Netanyahu | EP 311.”
However, Wide Awake Media alleges that the clip of Netanyahu speaking about Pfizer was scrubbed from the version of the video posted on YouTube.
In the three minute clip, Netanyahu brags about doing well on COVID management because of the digital ID that allowed him to convince Bourla to give Israel mRNA vaccines ahead of other countries.
“I persuaded him to give tiny Israel the necessary vaccines to get us out first from COVID,” he said.
“And the reason I could do that is because we have a database. 98%, a medical database, 98% of our population has digitized medical records, a little card, and anywhere you go, and any hospital in Israel, north, south, doesn’t make any difference, boom, punch it in, and you know everything about this patient for the last twenty years.”
Netanyahu proudly speculates what such a detailed medical database would be able to provide to Pfizer, seemingly without concern for the fact that he’s proudly using his citizens as guinea pigs.
“What does it do to people with meningitis? What does it do to people with high blood pressure? You want to know that. So Israel became, if you will, the lab for Pfizer. And that’s how we did it. We gave the information to the world.”
Moreover, Netanyahu said in the interview that he intends to add DNA to his already extensive medical digital database.
“Now let Pharma companies, let medical companies, let them run algorithms on this database — okay? I’m telling you right away they’ll give preference for a few years to Israeli firms, and then to the world.”
“But you can create a biotechnological industry that is unimagined right now.”
As for how he intends to get DNA data from Israeli citizens, he said he thinks they’ll volunteer.
“Give me a saliva sample, volunteer….I’m sure most people will do it, maybe we’ll pay them.”