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Did the Global Elite Kill Tanzanian President & Anti-Lockdown Rebel John Magufuli?


Tanzanian President John Magufuli passed away at the age of 61.

The official announcement was made on March 17th.

It was rumored that he contracted COVID-19 but official reports attribute his death to heart failure.

But there remains a lot of mystery surrounding his sudden passing.

Magufuli was severely criticized throughout COVID-19 for his vehement opposition to lockdowns and vaccine skepticism.

He made headlines for testing a goat and fruit for COVID-19.

And returning positive test results:

Magufuli held a doctorate degree in chemistry, so he’s obviously no fool when it comes to science.

He banned the testing kits and defied the Global Health Elitists of the WHO.

He further spited them by refusing to lockdown the country or close churches.

Tanzania stopped reporting COVID-19 stats to the WHO nearly a year ago and declared itself COVID-free.

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Now, this is where the mystery really creeps in surrounding Magufuli’s death.

If you noticed, last month The Guardian ran a vicious hit piece against Magufuli.

The article stated in the headline it was time to “rein in Tanzania’s anti-vaxxer president.”

From The Guardian hit piece:

What is wrong with President John Magufuli? Many people in and outside Tanzania are asking this question.

Magufuli claimed last year that God had eliminated Covid in the east African country of 60 million people, and has since made dismissing Covid vaccines his central priority – leaving many people asking: why?

In politics, there are generally two ways of making decisions. The first is evidence-based, weighing the pros and cons and choosing the best option; the greatest good for the greatest number.

The other is a populist approach, hell-bent against facts, science and logic. In a global pandemic where more than 2 million people have died, that is catastrophic.

The Tanzanian president seems to be taking populism to a whole new level.

Maybe he is under the influence of the same rabid anti-lockdown social media messaging that has persuaded some of my family and friends that Bill Gates or 5G have created the virus. But regardless of Magufuli’s cavalier motivation, these stances are a danger to public health. People are being exposed to suffering, and in some cases death.

Although the virus’s effect on Africa – including the numbers hospitalised or being tested – has not been quantified, the grim facts are crystal clear from within Magufuli’s own circle.

He knows Ghana’s former president, Jerry John Rawlings, has died from the virus. So too has former Congo-Brazzaville president Jacques Joaquim Yhombi-Opango. Last month four Zimbabwe cabinet ministers, including Sibusiso Moyo, the army general turned foreign minister who helped oust Robert Mugabe, died of Covid. In Malawi, four government officials, including two cabinet ministers, succumbed.

In Eswatini (formerly Swaziland), the prime minister, Ambrose Dlamini, fell to the virus. Sudan’s last democratically elected prime minister, Sadiq al-Mahdi, has died, as has Libya’s former prime minister, Mahmoud Jibril, and Somalia’s former prime minister, Nur Hassan Hussein. In Burundi, Tanzania’s neighbour, two former presidents – Pierre Nkurunziza and Pierre Buyoya – have died from Covid-19. The African Union secured 270m doses of Covid vaccine for member states to supplement their efforts, highlighting the strong resurgence in cases and deaths that is sweeping through the continent.

Yet Magufuli sticks bizarrely to asserting that Covid is a hoax. Instead of supporting lockdowns, and encouraging mask wearing as we prepare to mark the sombre anniversary of one year since the virus arrived in Africa, he has chosen to directly contradict local, regional and international efforts to defeat it.

According to Magufuli, who ordered officials to stop reporting Covid cases last May, when there were 509 infections and 21 deaths, Tanzania is Covid-free; an alleged status the country shares with North Korea and Turkmenistan. In a bizarre scene last month, Magufuli praised China’s foreign minister, Wang Yi, for not wearing a face mask during a visit to the country, as though this were a good thing.

You really have to wonder, just what is wrong with Magufuli? In his crusade as an anti-vaxxer president, he has gone from repeatedly playing down the virus and mocking World Health Organization guidance to falsely claiming that Tanzania is Covid-free, and now to outrightly attacking his people for being vaccinated, fuelling denialism and conspiracies.

This piece clearly seemed to put a bounty on Magufuli’s head for his defiance of the Global Elite to institute lockdowns, masks, and mass vaccinations.

And study the page closely, look who supported (funded) the article.

The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

That should be an indicator of the Globalist agenda this article advocates.

And Magufuli stood in the way of that agenda:

Another peculiar coincidence is the new Tanzanian president.

Then Vice-President Samia Suluhu Hassan will become the new President of Tanzania.

A little digging reveals she is a member of the World Economic Forum:

Here is her profile on the World Economic Forum website.

A propaganda hit piece against Magufuli last month.

His mysterious death this month.

And now a shill of the World Economic Forum takes over as president.

This all smells extremely fishy.

But don’t you dare critically think or else you’ll be labeled a ‘conspiracy theorists’ by the globalists.

Well, those conspiracy theorists have been correct about a lot of things this past year.

Life Site News shared additional info:

After spending the last year disputing the global narrative about COVID-19, lockdowns and vaccines, Tanzanian President John Pombe Magufuli was pronounced dead on March 17 at age 61 as mystery and suspicion surrounded the circumstances of his passing.

The official announcement came March 17, when Vice President Samia Suluhu Hassan disclosed Magufuli’s death to the nation during a television address. “Dear Tanzanians, it is sad to announce that today 17 March 2021 around 6 p.m. we lost our brave leader, President John Magufuli, who died from heart disease at Mzena hospital in Dar es Salaam where he was getting treatment,” proclaimed Hassan.

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Hassan said Magufuli had been admitted to the hospital on March 6 but discharged the next day. A week later, he was taken in again for his heart condition, which Hassan and government authorities have insisted was the cause of his death.

Magufuli made headlines for defying the global narrative and response to COVID-19 since the virus was found in Tanzania. He rejected closing churches, calling on people to pray to God instead of being afraid, and reassuring fellow Catholics that the virus would not be transmitted through the Holy Eucharist. “The coronavirus cannot survive in the Eucharistic body of Christ; it will soon be burnt away,” he said.

Contrary to the majority of the Western world, Magufuli declined to lock the country down, and the country has not reported any information about COVID-19 to the World Health Organization (WHO) since April 29, 2020. On that day, 509 cases and 21 deaths were reported. In June, Magufuli declared that the country had eradicated the virus.

Nor is this the only way that Tanzania’s former president is likely to have angered globalist politicians. After COVID tests yielded “positive” results from a goat and a pawpaw, Magufuli rejected them as unreliable, saying they had “technical errors.” His words have since been supported by an independent group of 22 scientists, who identified “10 fatal problems” with the widely used PCR tests, noting that each problem on its own was enough to render the tests “useless” in identifying COVID-19.

Magufuli, who had a doctorate in chemistry, also warned Tanzanians against becoming “guinea pigs” for the various experimental COVID vaccinations, saying, “If the white man was able to come up with vaccinations, then vaccinations for AIDS would have been brought, tuberculosis would be a thing of the past, vaccines for malaria and cancer would have been found.”

He was replaced by Hassan, who was sworn in March 19 with her hand on the Koran. She will serve the remainder of Magufuli’s five-year term, which began in November 2020.


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