“John Magufuli: The Cautionary Tale Of The President Who Denied Coronavirus”
Headlines like this one from BBC (British Broadcast Censorship) do not get more apropos. It of course refers to Tanzanian President John Magufuli (61), Africa’s most prominent Covid-19 denier, who has died mysteriously after:
- Pointing out the scientific flaws in Covid testing by sending papaya and goat meat samples to be tested for Covid-19 in 2020. Big surprise they came back positive!
- Accepting the EU bribe of 27 million euros to shut down Tanzania and then proceeding with his open border policy.
His death follows that Burundi president Pierre Nkurunziza (55) who expelled the World Hell Organization from his country and suddenly died of a “heart attack” after his continued reluctance to impose lockdowns and other Covid policies and expressing doubt about the safety of masks and vaccines.
Talking about missing presidents…
At least we’ve seen now that the president formerly known as Slow-Joe is still (barely) alive. He is now to be referred to as Nosedive-Joe, not to be confused with his other alias –– Sniffer-Joe.
Joe, we salute you.
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We’re living in a cancel-culture and history is the first victim. That’s why in my vlogs I often throw in a bit of history for the non-readers and the kids in selective memory government indoctrination camps.
”In a free society,” wrote the French philosopher Montesquieu, ”it is not always important that individuals reason well, it is sufficient that they reason; from their individual thought, freedom is born.”
Exactly two centuries later, in his futuristic novel 1984, George Orwell gave a tragic illustration of what the world would be without the freedom to think. Orwell had the intention to call his book ”The Last Man in Europe,” as a tribute to the essential quality that distinguishes man from the world around him, namely his ability to think for himself.
1984 is a political statement. It contains no prophetic declaration, only a simple warning to mankind. Orwell did not believe that 35 years after the publication of his book, the world would be ruled by Big Brother, but he often proclaimed that 1984 could happen if man did not become aware of the assaults on his personal freedom and did not defend his most precious right, the right to have his own thoughts.
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