March 18, 2021 | Jolie Diane |
The circumstances surrounding the sudden and untimely death of Tanzania’s President John Magufuli warrant closer public scrutiny. After all, in January 2021, he unapologetically declared that “vaccines don’t work,” and said “the economy is “more important than the threat posed by coronavirus,” back in May 2020.
Many are aware of the fact that President Magufuli fully rejected the WHO_CDC_GATES_Orchestrated pLandemic, lockdowns, masks, and was one of the first to question the reliability of the PCR Test.
Holding a doctorate in chemistry, Magufuli gained worldwide notoriety when he had labs test goats and fruit for coronavirus and the results came back positive…
“Faulty coronavirus kits suspected as goat and fruit test positive in Tanzania” | By Ben Cost | May 6, 2020
“It was clear something was awry when both the goats and the pawpaw tested positive for the coronavirus.” New York Post
We may never know what really happened to President Magufuli, may he rest in peace. The corporate sponsored media & politicians will likely repeat unsubstantiated claims that he had the virus, in addition to the claiming it was death by heart failure.
However, as we have seen time and time again throughout history, leaders who sincerely care about The People, and choose integrity over the status quo, are often “removed” from office. No need to remind the conscious that a heart attack can be easily induced with sophisticated weaponry. -JD
“Magufuli caused alarm by branding lab tests a ‘dirty game’ and hailing natural remedies. Now he is calling for country to open up” The Guardian
“Tanzania’s president cast doubt on coronavirus vaccines and other measures to curb the spread of the pandemic, doubling down on his line of reasoning that only God could protect the East African nation. His comments came a day before the World Health Organization urged the nation to take measures to protect its population.
President John Magufuli of Tanzania, speaking to a large, unmasked crowd in the country’s northwest on Wednesday, questioned the efficacy of vaccines and discouraged the Ministry of Health from pursuing doses, saying the shots were not “beneficial” to the East African nation.
“Vaccines don’t work,” Mr. Magufuli, 61, said in his speech. “If the white man was able to come up with vaccinations, then vaccines for AIDS would have been brought. Vaccines for tuberculosis would have made it a thing of the past. Vaccines for malaria would have been found. Vaccines for cancer would have been found.” The New York Times