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Remembering John Magufuli — the late Tanzanian president who exposed the coronavirus farce

By Dr. Mathew Maavak

The Magufuli government revealed how samples drawn from a papaya, a quail, a goat and engine oil, among others, can generate a positive test result for Covid-19!

On May 3, 2020, when the global coronavirus hysteria reached a crescendo, Tanzanian President John Magufuli announced that his agents had secretly sent samples from animals, fruits and even engine oil to the National Public Health Laboratory (NPHL) for testing.

Many of these samples, which were secretly labelled as specimens taken from humans — with fake names and biodata included — had unsurprisingly tested positive for Covid-19. You can watch the damning televised disclosure below.

This shocking revelation should have sent ripples throughout the international community. Instead, the eye-popping revelations were clinically cauterised and buried by the mainstream media.  In fact, when I first heard of this incident, I found it next to impossible to find a verifiable original clip of Magufuli’s televised announcement. This went on for nearly two or three years. The incriminating clips were either taken down as soon as they appeared online or they were shadowbanned beyond the reach of the casual inquirer.

As a result of these shocking false positive test results, which involved specific samples taken from a papaya, a quail and a goat no less, Magufuli not only questioned the credibility of NPHL’s scientists and laboratory equipment, he was effectively questioning the legitimacy of the global coronavirus agitprop as well. (Years earlier, Nobel Laureate Kary Mullis had warned of possibly dodgy test results based on the polymerase chain reaction (PCR) technique he had developed).

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