President John Magufuli of Tanzania
An interesting fact check came up from Reuters. I do not publish this for the news itself, which is not noteworthy at all, but because it amazes me that Reuters did, for once, manage to escape the Inquisition of the Covid-Gender-Climate-Church (CGCC). On July 3, Axel Schmidt of Reuters criticized a number of social media posts, which claimed that the African leader who made fun of PCR tests, recently died from cardiac arrest. These posts had both the country and the disease wrong, let alone the name of the President. Such handling of African news is typical from CGCC faithful, who in public always state not to discriminate, but who unmask themselves repeatedly.
Examples of such posts can be found here (that is, if St. Mark Zuckerberg did not already censor them for our own good). They feature an AFP photograph of President of Burundi Pierre Nkurunziza, with one of the texts reading: “You guys ready for this one? Remember the African president who had fruit and a goat tested for Covid and that he was no longer going to allow his citizens to be guinea pigs? He’s dead. Allegedly died of a heart attack just days after he was voted back into office”.
The President referred to, Pierre Nkurunziza of Burundi, died indeed on June 10, of a cardiac arrest. He did not ridicule the PCR tests, nor was his cardiac arrest related to Corona. The President who did ridicule the PCR tests on the basis of goat and pawpaw (fruit) samples, was indeed African, but there every similarity ends. John Magufuli, President of Tanzania, exposed the Chinese vaccine fraud early May. He has been in office since 2015 and dissolved parliament on June 16, 2020, in preparation for the October elections. He was reelected with a landslide. And he is alive till this very day.
How funny that the BBC, who sees no indication of election fraud in the USA, is so quick in judging Tanzania. BBC? Is it not the broadcasting company that keeps denying, against all odds, that it had inside information on the controlled demolition of WTC7?
Back to the matter. As a European, I could only wish that my political leaders followed the policy of independent countries: not only Tanzania, but also Pakistan, Afghanistan, India, Indonesia, The Philippines, and South Korea.