We have all at one time or another engaged in some sort of experiment. At 10 or 11 years old, minus a thumb nail, I learned it was not a good idea to light two firecrackers at the same time and attempt to throw them.

Pfizer, a premier biopharmaceutical company, recently announced that it was using 100 “children as young as 12” as test subjects in the company efforts to develop a Covid-19 vaccine.

Doses of “experimental vaccines” were given to the children at the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital. Doctors, scientists, and researchers on Pfizer’s payroll are now waiting to see what effects the injections will have on the children.

These children, apparently with parental permission, have become “guinea pigs” for the biopharmaceutical giant.

The term “guinea pig” comes from the first use of these animals in biological experiments in the 17th century.

It is a term that has over the centuries developed a bad reputation, and for good reasons.

These pigs, and many other animals used by humans to develop everything from tennis shoes to lingerie, were effectively tortured under the pseudo-guises of providing “benefits for mankind.”

Scientists continue to tortuously use to this day a litany of different kinds of primates, pigs, and rodents to conduct medical and biological experiments to “advance the world of medicine.”

A child, particularly one as young as 12, cannot give “consent” to do anything—sex, alcohol consumption, vehicle driving, etc. These Covid-19 biopharmaceutical experiments, therefore, had to have a “parental consent” attached to them.

To protect itself from civil liability, I’m sure Pfizer had the parents sign “agreements” in which all the known life-threatening risks that could occur during the experimentations were made known to them.

What kind of parent allows their child to be used as a “guinea pig?”

Covid-19 is one of the most dangerous and particularly lethal viruses to enter the human world. Despite what the anti-maskers say, the virus is lethal to children, admittedly not as the same level it is among adults. But a two-month old baby recently died from Covid.

There is so little known about this particular virus. Each day seemingly brings new information about it, much of it discouraging offering little promise of how mankind will deal with it.

One father, who is a doctor himself, said he volunteered his 12-year-old son for the Covid experiments to not only protect his son but to “help science as well.”

Of course, every son wants to please father and the son says he all in for the experiments – but is he really? Children are notoriously known for being “afraid of the unknown.”

What will the father say in three years if the son has a fatal heart attack, as we now know that the virus attacks the heart as much as the lungs.

Had the children enrolled in the Covid experiments by their parents been allow to visit an ICU filled with Covid-19 patients with many of them taking their last breaths of life, would they have then been as willing to participate in those experiments?

There’s no such thing here as “father knows best.”

Did father participate in an adult trial Covid experiment?

I think not.

One of the doctors involved in the Covid experiments with the children told CNN that he was aware some “people may be nervous about giving children an experimental vaccine” but dismissed this possible nervousness with the refrain that thousands of adults have undergone similar experimentation.

Okay, Doc, but let me say this: a child is not a “guinea pig”, and no amount of medical lipstick will make that pig beautiful. I suggest that you enroll in your own experiment.

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