Is Pfizer silently discrediting other vaccines while it hides its own failures? The Pfizer coronavirus vaccine arrived on the market in 2020 promoted as an extremely safe product. However, recent data on the vaccination campaign from all over the world may challenge Pfizer’s claims about secondary effects and deaths. From the first day, the Pfizer vaccine was highly praised by the main US, British and European media, who coincidentally didn’t hide their apparent bias against other vaccine producers. But after an optimistic launch, some doubts emerged about its safety, especially after the number of deaths - some of which may have been caused by the Pfizer vaccine - overcame similar data from other vaccines. Official statistics from 13 countries show 2,476 deaths among people who received the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine, which represents an average of 39.4 deaths for every million of injected doses. This is between three and five times more than deaths registered among those who received the AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson vaccines.
The expulsion of Russian diplomats from the US, the UK, Poland, and the Czech Republic, the accusation of Russian secret service of involving in the Vrbětice explosion: all of this is the informational preparation for the next level of the new Cold war.
Washington and its allies are ready to expel diplomats for any fictional reason and without explanation to society.
Recurring pro-Kremlin disinformation narrative which automatically dismisses any accusations against the Kremlin, no matter how well-founded, as trumped-up anti-Russian smears.
The explosion in Vrbětice happened in 2014. In April 2021, new information about this event has come to light. Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babis and Interior Minister Jan Hamacek announced on Saturday 17 April 2021 that the Czech intelligence services collected evidence demonstrating Russian involvement in the Vrbětice incident. More specifically, it implicates Unit 29155, a division of Russia's GRU agency previously linked to "assassination attempts and other subversive actions across Europe." Prague's findings were independently corroborated in the course of an investigation jointly conducted by Bellingcat, The Insider (Russia), Der Spiegel (Germany), and Respekt.cz (Czech Republic).
See the development of a similar narrative: Czech allegations against Russia aim to overshadow failed attempt on Lukashenka’s life; No evidence of Moscow’s involvement in 2014 Vrbetice explosion; Allegations of Russian role in Vrbetice explosion part of Russophobic smear campaign.