There is power in suggestion and when done effectively, the result is persuasion. Public relations firms and marketing companies know this very well.
So is it a stretch to posit that what is being suggested in Pfizer’s new Covid-19 booster jab ad featuring Martha Stewart shows the Pfizer COVID booster shot can take out COVID variants?
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While that’s not exactly what the new Pfizer ad says, it is certainly how you can interpret it.
PR Week describes the ad:
In a Pfizer ad released last Wednesday to promote its updated bivalent COVID-19 booster, Stewart stands in the middle of a grand kitchen sharpening a sword while speaking to the audience.
“You know that unwelcome guest that everyone wishes would just leave already?” she asks. “That’s COVID-19.”
To prevent infection from the various Omicron subvariants of the virus, Stewart notes that she got the updated bivalent booster shot.
Then, in a dramatic twist, Stewart slices the top off of a pineapple on the counter before revealing a Band-Aid over her jab site on her arm.
After delivering menacing glares while sharpening her sword and effortlessly beheading a pineapple, Stewart stares into the viewers eyes while pointing her blade at them and says “Got it?”
Does this mean the Pfizer shot will protect you from contracting COVID? There is NO EVIDENCE that is true. The COVID shot will NOT protect you from getting COVID. The Pfizer COVID shot will not protect you from spreading COVID. This ad is a complete lie.
Or are they suggesting non-compliance with the directives of our Pfizer/Government overlords, will get you sliced?
Despite massive government and corporate campaigns to comply with vaccine dictates, the public has only grown more skeptical. The CDC reports only 15.3% of Americans are “up to date” on their booster jab.”
Perhaps this is why they feel compelled to produce a more forceful and suggestively threatening campaign.
“This is an age of mass production. In the mass production of materials a broad technique has been developed and applied to their distribution. In this age, too, there must be a technique for the mass distribution of ideas.”
-Edward Bernays, Pioneer in the field of Propaganda
Watch the creepy ad: