There is finally something tangible about corruption around the global corona scandal:
“The investigative journalist Nicola Bizzi has published the following explosive background information in connection with the Corona crisis on the Italian platform Database Italia:

According to the report, the President of Belarus, Aljaksandr Lukashenko, said at a press conference last month that he had received a sizeable cash offer ($ 92 million) from the WHO to “act like in Italy” and enforce a rigorous lockdown.

Lukashenko, who refused to take emergency, lockdown or “social distancing” measures, turned down the offer with a dry “no”. As a result, the offer increased tenfold to $ 900 million within a few weeks. This time, however, from the IMF – with the same request to enforce a lockdown based on the Italian model.

Bizzi also writes that he knows from intelligence sources that many other European and non-European countries were made similar lucrative offers. And he also knows that many heads of state and governments, including Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić, did not hesitate for a moment to accept the money offered.

Since Bizzi knows the mentality of Italian politicians only too well, he assumes that the government around Giuseppe Conte also received a corresponding offer and accepted it.

It has long been clear to many of us that this cannot be any different. The strategists are making use of the national debt to get the governments to play along with juicy subsidies.
Increase from 90 million to 900 million, piuuu …!
THAT is play money, huh?

This also explains the super lockdown in Australia with the blatant punitive measures.

And Lukashenko apparently does not play along and reveals the muck.

If there is now the provable fact of a worldwide bribery scheme, can the Gate et al. troop finally be arrested …? 🤔

From the post in German:by Werner Falke:
Es gibt nun endlich was greifbares bzgl der Korruption im Weltweiten Corona-Skandal:

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