COVID-19/Regime change

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Many if not all of the most outspoken governments who deviated from the Official COVID-19 story appear to have been targeted by organised efforts to unseat them.

COVID-19 has been used to institute sweeping social change worldwide. This page focuses on regime changes since 2020 believed to have a particular relevance to COVID-19, principally those used to remove COVID-19 dissidents from political office.

Coups

Attempted regime changes

Government change

Dead leaders

Full article: Rated 5/5 COVID-19/Premature death

Minions replaced

A noticeable - and obliviously planned - tactic during the deep event is the replacement of politicians and others with the use of minor scandals after they have played their role in implementing major crimes with murderous and illegal COVID-policies. The tactic might be a way to avoid giving a fixed target for protestors, while continuing the same policies.

  • In May 2020, the UK epidemiologist Neil Ferguson resigned from his position as a government advisor on the Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (SAGE) committee after admitting to undermining the government's messages on social distancing by meeting up with his mistress.
  • In June 2021, the UK's Secretary of State for Health Matt Hancock resigned, allegedly for breacheing COVID-19 social distancing restrictions by kissing and embracing an aide.
  • In August 2021, Governor of New York Andrew Cuomo was replaced by Kathy Hochul, after allegations of sexual misconduct.
  • In October 2021, New South Wales (Australia) leader Gladys Berejiklian was replaced, allegedly because of an earlier corruption scandal.
  • In November 2021, Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz was replaced by Alexander Schallenberg after revelations that public money had been misused to fund politically motivated opinion polls.



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