Pandemic? – Andrea Bocelli Says Refuse to Follow Their Rule!

July 27, 2020

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LOCK DOWN – MASKS – SOCIAL DISTANCING – BARRIERS

Andrea Bocelli, says, “a heartfelt appeal to refuse to follow this rule,”  . . . because this battle can only be won by forming a united front of people with common sense who know how to look beyond their personal interests.”

There “came a time when I felt humiliated and offended by being deprived of the freedom to leave my house, despite having committed no crime,” he said.

“I think it is important to underscore the matter of our schools and our children,” he said. “I have an 8-year-old daughter and I can’t imagine these kids meeting at school separated by plexiglass barriers and hiding behind face masks.”

Whether in music or common sense , the man calls it right.

Though physically blind, he sees what’s taking place in this sick world of mass media-driven hysteria, and urges us to be a united front against these heavy-handed  manipulations and controls.

What about us? Are we sick and tired of it to the point of just exclaiming to the governors, “NO, I won’ t follow your dictates!”?

This isn’t really politics, but a massively organized underworld of criminal construct, poised to seize complete power and control of the world masses, as they utilize their long staked-out positions in political offices around the world to accomplish their takeover – especially within the United States.

Seize the USA, seize the world.

Andrea Bocelli calls it as he sees it, and isn’t afraid to act against it.

We need to do the same.

~ Bonnie Nirgude‘


Andrea Bocelli Urges Resistance to Disproportionate Coronavirus Response

Italian tenor Andrea Bocelli during an interview in Paris, France, Wednesday, Nov. 13, 2019. (AP Photo/Francois Mori)
AP Photo/Francois Mori)
ROME — The famous Italian singer Andrea Bocelli spoke before the Italian Senate on Monday denouncing what he considers an exaggerated and disproportionate response to the coronavirus pandemic.

Bocelli was invited to recount his experiences at a conference titled “Covid-19 in Italy: Information, Science, and Rights,” organized at the Italian Parliament by Senators Armando Siri and Vittorio Sgarbi.

The first fights Bocelli had were at home, he said, when he began to express “certain doubts about the severity of this so-called ‘pandemic.’”

“The first to attack me were my children who said to me, ‘Dad, stick to Tosca and Madame Butterfly and leave aside viruses that you know nothing about,’” Bocelli recalled.

“But as time went by, I realized that I know a ton of people, but thank God I didn’t know a single person who had even wound up in intensive care, and I wondered about our drastic response,” he said.

“Distancing myself from any political party, I want to say that there came a time when I felt humiliated and offended by being deprived of the freedom to leave my house, despite having committed no crime,” he said. “And I must confess publicly, and I do so here, that in certain cases I voluntarily disobeyed this prohibition because it seemed neither just nor healthy to stay at home.”

Along with his own concerns, however, Bocelli said that he was more worried still about the nation’s children. To date, not a single teenager in Italy has died with coronavirus and worldwide the mortality rate among children is infinitesimal.

“I think it is important to underscore the matter of our schools and our children,” he said. “I have an 8-year-old daughter and I can’t imagine these kids meeting at school separated by plexiglass barriers and hiding behind face masks.”

“I cannot understand how with such incredible speed we decided to shut down our schools and with the same speed we reopened discotheques, where kids go not to form their brains but to waste them,” he added.

The famous tenor concluded by issuing “a heartfelt appeal to refuse to follow this rule,” while calling for a broad debate in society as well as the formation of a unified front “because this battle can only be won by forming a united front of people with common sense who know how to look beyond their personal interests.”

“I have called Renzi, Salvini, Berlusconi to try to reach across the aisles and unite in a coalition of common sense,” he said. “I hope that in this way we can all move out of this terrible situation.”


Bonnie Nirgude‘
As a citizen journalist and investigative reporter, I am committed to accurately reporting the news. Wide awake, never asleep, I grew up in a 1960’s patriotic household, aware of the truth behind the false narrative.

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