An article published by the Belarusian Telegraph Agency last June 19, 2020 reveals that the IMF/World Bank has attached quarantines, isolation, and curfews as a condition for the loans it offers countries. President Aleksandr Lukashenko, often referred to as the last tyrant in Europe, turned down the offer by saying, “We hear the demands, for example, to model our coronavirus response on that of Italy. I do not want to see the Italian situation to repeat in Belarus. We have our own country and our own situation”.
Editor’s Note: This report is significant for a number of reasons. For one, it can help explain to us why some countries, despite the staggering scientific evidence showing that lockdowns do not work in eradicating the coronavirus, lockdowns continue to persist. Second, it shows us that indeed, there was more than one way to control the spread of the coronavirus infection. By looking at the experience of Belarus, we can say with confidence that panic-driven reporting around the world has made the impact of new infections and deaths more severe than it actually is.
The World Bank and IMF are extremely notorious for undermining governments and for causing harms through its development projects. The have caused the failure of entire economies and their globalist agenda are credited for the exploitation of nature, which in turn brought about climate change [see more by visiting the Bretton Woods Project]
Belarus’ president has been underfire the past few months for his refusal to implement policies to curb the coronavirus infections in the country. He has been called a “coronavirus denier” for not adhering to any health standards recommended by the World Health Organization. He has allowed the well-attended Belarusian Premier League to resume, and has kept all businesses open, even as neighboring countries have already shuttered schools and their economies. At the time of writing, Worldometers shows that the country has 76,104 cases and 791 deaths due to COVID-19. Cases peaked in May and has steadily declined. The country’s 7-day moving average for deaths is at 5. Life in Belarus continues as normal, while many countries in the world are now struggling with the threat of oppression from their own governments.
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