the Ex-first racket of the world Marat Safin tied engulfed the planet the pandemic outbreak of coronavirus with the global conspiracy of the shadow government that will allow for the microchipping of people
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the Ex-first racket of the world Marat Safin tied engulfed the planet the pandemic outbreak of coronavirus with the global conspiracy of the shadow government that will allow for the microchipping of people.
“I think people are preparing to chipping. Bill gates back in 2015 said that we will have a pandemic, the next enemy is a virus, not a nuclear war. They conducted the simulation at the Davos forum how it is. I don’t think bill gates is a fortuneteller – he just knew,” said 40-year-old Safin in an interview Sports.ru.
“I Think that the virus is not as described, but the people believed all the horror stories on TV. Someone believes that will end soon civilization, and I don’t believe it. I’m going to go with the chip. The entire world is planted at home, so this works,” he added.
“I think there are guys abruptly the world leaders who are really the masters of money masters of the world, and they are easy to pull off. You can call it the shadow government, whatever you like. I think we are not even aware that they exist. The Rothschilds and the Rockefellers – they are famous names, and behind them is someone else worth it”, – summed up the former tennis player.
Marat Safin, the winner of two tournaments Grand slam slam singles titles – US Open 2000 and Australian Open 2005, he headed the ATP rankings in 2000. Later he was the first among the Russians was included in the lists of the International tennis hall of fame.
At the end of the tennis career, Safin was a Deputy of the State Duma of the seventh convocation, but in may of 2017 decided to surrender the mandate and focus on the work of international sports organizations. Currently, he is the public adviser of the Chairman of the State Duma of the seventh convocation Vyacheslav Volodin.
Earlier, another well-known former domestic tennis player Yevgeny Kafelnikov is harshly criticized the plans of the Moscow authorities for the introduction of the access regime to track the movement of citizens during a pandemic coronavirus.
“If you are willing to wear an e-collar, I never their freedom would not give to anyone,” wrote Kafelnikov on Twitter.