Former World No. 1 Marat Safin, of Russia, shared his views on the coronavirus pandemic during an online session on Instagram with Sports.ru. Safin says that people in the future will be implanted with microchips and that the world does not know everything about the virus yet.
The 40 year old Safin says, "Back in 2015, Bill Gates said that we will have a pandemic, the next enemy is a virus, not a nuclear war. They simulated at the Davos forum how things will be. I don’t think that Bill Gates is such a predictor - he just knew everything.
People will be vaccinated with microchips, people need to be prepared. Look, everything is written on the Internet. I think that this will happen. Someone believes that civilization It’ll be over soon. I don’t believe in it.
We’ll just be walking with a chip soon. The whole world was put home, so everything works. I think there are guys more powerful than world leaders. The real owners of money, the owners of the world, and they can easily do this.
You can call it a shadow government, you can whatever you like. I think we don’t even know that they exist. The Rothschilds and Rockefellers are well-known names, and someone else is behind them." Safin also says that it is not possible for anyone to teach others as they have to teach themselves, "I believe that teachers are the wrong approach.
We are teachers ourselves. Why does someone need a teacher? How can I advise something to another person? This is a completely different person, he has a different perception, different consciousness. Nobody should tell anyone.
Each person knows everything himself, what and how to do it. And teachers are far-fetched in order to outweigh someone, so that someone will manage your life. Who needs this?"
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