German Authorities KIDNAP Reiner Fuellmich in Mexico – Interview with Fuellmich and the COVID Investigation Committee


by Martin Armstrong, Armstrong Economics:

Reiner Fuellmich, an attorney and international freedom advocate, has been detained by German authorities. Fuellmich is the leader of the International Crimes Investigative Committee and works with the Corona Investigation Committee, which is working to unveil the criminality surrounding the release of Covid and the criminal response that engulfed basically every country in the world. I was asked to speak on this committee in April 2022, and I can tell you that Fuellmich is no criminal. His only crime is being a staunch advocate of the people and investigating the government’s crimes against humanity.


The charges against Fuellmich remain unclear at this point, but he was reportedly lured into the German embassy in Mexico, where he was kidnapped. What are his charges? It was not an arrest as he has not committed a crime. He was led to believe that he was exchanging his passport at the embassy when he was taken away. This is clearly a case of the government silencing dissenters who defy them by speaking the truth. The people brave enough to speak on these topics know the risks involved.

Protests against the German government are being planned by those who support Fuellmich and his crucial work against the medical tyranny imposed during COVID. The arrest of Fuellmich will exacerbate the criminalization of politics, and the timing of his arrest is suspicious, as it comes amid the start of the next major global conflict.

Emanuel Pastreich of  Global Research posted the following message, explaining why we must not allow what remains of the rule of law to be abolished.

“We know that if we do not stop this effort to destroy the rule of law, at every level, to create a separate realm that belongs only to the very wealthy and powerful, that we are guaranteed a global fascistic system which will, if it can, exterminate us in precisely the way that was attempted in Europe in the 1940s.

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