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Sri Lanka's new president is part of the World Economic Forum (www.weforum.org)

After a revolution that pushed the former president to resign, former prime minister Ranil Wickremesinghe took over as president of Sri Lanka. And surprised! He is a valued member of the World Economic Forum

Proof that so-called “popular” revolutions are just put in place to bring chaos to a country and then place one of their pawns that will tick the empty boxes of their diabolical agenda…

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4 months ago

“Elected” president by the members of parliament… And drafting a new constitution is one of his immediate “plans”.

Allonzykoi
Allonzykoi
4 months ago

It was indeed planned and you can expect the same in many other countries soon. See Italy for example, they’re next.

Iliketrees
Iliketrees
4 months ago

G Edward Griffin has been exposing this for 65 years and has many documentaries and interviews about these so-called revolutions. It’s the same story every time, and people just keep falling for it over and over again. This is the worldwide collectivist takeover coming to fruition.

W .
W .
4 months ago

The three remaining possible politicians running to replace Boris Johnson in the UK are also all members of the World Economic Forum….