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President John Magufuli has passed away. The country has lost a great leader who has courageously confronted Big Pharma and the WHO.
Our thoughts are with the people of Tanzania.
His successor, President Samia Suluhu Hassan stated that Mangufuli had died of a “heart condition” “an illness she said he had been battling for the last 10 years”. “We have lost our formidable leader”.
It is unclear as to whether Magufuli’s stance against Big Pharma and the Covid Lockdown will be adopted by the new government.
Already the Western media is calling for President Samia Sululu Hassan to :”get the country back on the right track”.
Pressure will inevitably be exerted to ensure that Tanzania will conform with the Covid-19 consensus and its destructive impacts. According to Canada’s MacLeans,
“Samia Suluhu Hassan, takes over from a notorious COVID skeptic …The woman who can—and must—get Tanzania’s COVID battle on track.”
Michel Chossudovsky, Global research, March 21, 2021
This article by Timothy A. Guzman was first published by Global Research on February 12, 2021
There is a glimmer of hope in Africa in regards to the Covid-19 world-wide pandemic where there are no lockdowns, no mandatory facemasks and no required vaccines. Tanzania’s President John Magufuli has reportedly rejected the dictates of the World Health Organization (WHO) and Big Pharma’s experimental Covid-19 vaccines. On January 27th, President Magufuli spoke at a ceremony on the opening of a public forest in Chato in the Geita Region in Tanzania and said that “The ministry of health should be careful, they should not hurry to try these vaccines without doing research, not every vaccine is important to us, we should be careful.
We should not be used as ‘guinea pigs.” Mainstream networks including the BBC and The New York Times has criticized Magufuli since that speech, including the BBC who published a scathing criticism of Magufuli’s government response to the pandemic, ‘Coronavirus in Tanzania: The country that’s rejecting the vaccine’ begins with the story of Peter (of course the BBC says it’s not his real name)who allegedly died of Covid-19 with no evidence from the network,