“They’ll murder us and then take over”, Polish town councilor goes on vile antisemitic rant

A councilor in the town of Olecka in Northeastern Poland, went on a vile antisemitic rant expressing conspiracy myths involving Bill Gates and vaccines at a town council meeting.

“We should do something about it because it is a very serious matter. These vaccinations are in preparation for a 90% reduction in the human population“, Janina Anuszkiewicz said at a meerting of the town’s Complaints and Petitions Committee.

Bill Gates is the main leader of the pharmaceutical companies, which is the main mafioso who administers all these vaccines. This is fixed, and oddly enough, they showed on TV how they vaccinate the Jews. They just got vaccinations and there are no complications, we don’t hear anything because they got placebo or some vitamins. However, these vaccines are very harmful. They weaken the human immune system,” she added.

“There are housing estates in Warsaw and they are empty, uninhabited. They are waiting for the Jews. They will murder us and then take over. The Jews have not yet recognized Jesus, they are the chosen people and are waiting for the coming of the Messiah,” the councilor went on.

According to antisemitism.co.il, Anuszkiewicz became a town councilor in Olecka thanks to her popularity after her appearance in the “Farmer is looking for a wife” TV show.


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