An Italian lawmaker has exercised her parliamentary privilege to slam Bill Gates, calling him a “globalist tool”.
Last week MP Sara Cunial urged fellow lawmakers to defy any plans for mandatory vaccination against the coronavirus.
She claimed that Italy had been subjected to a “Holy Inquisition of false science” during a seven-minute speech which was met with wide applause
RT reports: Bill Gates and his latest anti-coronavirus efforts have been at the center of the wildest theories that explore possible sinister motives behind the billionaire’s activities. In arguably the most high-profile outcry last week, an Italian MP for Rome Sara Cunial delivered a speech rarely (if ever at all) heard in any parliament.
In her passionate address, Cunial called upon fellow lawmakers to defy any plans for compulsory vaccination against Covid-19.
The Italian politician also harshly criticized the anti-coronavirus lockdown measures that her country was among the first to impose. According to Cunial, Italians have been subjected to a “holy inquisition of false science.”
“It is our children who will lose more, who are ‘raped souls,’” Cunial said. “In this way, the right to school will be granted only with a bracelet to get them used to probation, to get them used to slavery and involuntary treatment.”
When hecklers attempted to interrupt her, the president of the chamber called to order – because in a “free parliament anyone has the right to express their opinion” – and scored a round of applause.
Allowed to finish her speech, Cunial raised the stakes even further, pleading with the Italian PM to submit Gates to international justice – unless of course Giuseppe Conte is himself part of the global Deep State conspiracy.
“Next time you receive a phone call from the philanthropist Bill Gates, forward it directly to the International Criminal Court for crimes against humanity.“
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