[An American who has sent me good stuff in the past, sent me this, which is quite shocking. Of course all the crap below about "surviving the holocaust" boo hoo is junk. Don't take the holocaust junk seriously. This is all just an elaborate nonsense story about the Germans. Ignore it. It's 100% junk. But what you can get from this is that we are dealing with your normal outrageous lying Jew, lying about his past. All that junk is from Wikipedia. The bottom line is that:
Albert Bourla is a Jew. Jan]
Bourla was born and raised in Thessaloniki, Greece. His parents, who were Sephardi Jews, were among the 2,000 of 50,000 Jews in Thessaloniki to survive the Holocaust; his mother was minutes away from execution by firing squad when she was spared via a ransom paid to a Nazi Party official by her non-Jewish brother-in-law, while his father happened to be out of the Jewish ghetto when the residents were taken to the Auschwitz concentration camp and went into hiding, never to see his parents again.
Bourla joined Sephardic Heritage International in DC (SHIN-DC) on January 28, 2021, where he told his Greek Sephardic family’s story of tragedy and survival at the organization’s Annual Congressional Commemoration for International Holocaust Remembrance Day, alongside remarks from Her Excellency Alexandra Papadopoulou, Ambassador of Greece to the United States.
Bourla earned a doctorate in the biotechnology of reproduction at Aristotle University of Thessaloniki‘s Veterinary School in 1985. He left Greece with his wife when he was 34 after a promotion within Pfizer and since then he has lived in seven different cities, in four different countries.
Bourla and his wife live in Scarsdale, New York. He has two children: a daughter and a son. He received $21 million in compensation from Pfizer in 2020.