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Ana Arias, de 'Cuéntame', apoya a los negacionistas del virus: "Nunca creí que viviría en un totalitarismo"

Ana Arias se suma al colectivo antimascarilla. Así lo manifiesta en su última publicación en Instagram, donde anima a sus seguidores a cuestionar la gravedad de la pandemia y a plantar cara a las medidas que el Gobierno impone para impedir su expansión. "Escribo este post por la imperiosa necesidad que tenemos de parar toda esta locura antes de que sea demasiado tarde", avanza.

La intérprete que dio vida a Paquita en la serie Cuéntame cómo pasó asegura que no hay que confiar en la versión oficial: "Nunca creí que viviría en un estado totalitario. En muchos lugares de todo el mundo, miles de médicos están siendo censurados, despedidos , detenidos, si hablan de la verdad del Covid-19 y otros miles incentivados y recompensados si sostienen la versión oficial".

Para defender su postura, la artista dice que "los test PCR no pueden detectar virus" porque "lo dice su propio inventor, Kary Mullis". "Miles de ciudadanos estamos sufriendo las consecuencias de unas medidas que nos privan de nuestros derechos, libertades e incluso pasan por encima de la propia ley o de los derechos humanos, por no hablar de que pasan por encima de los más básicos postulados en virología, biología, medicina y ciencia en general", añade.

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Escribo este post por la imperiosa necesidad que tenemos de parar toda esta locura antes de que sea demasiado tarde. Nunca creí que viviría en un estado totalitario. En muchos lugares de todo el mundo, miles de médicos están siendo censurados, despedidos , detenidos, si hablan de la verdad del covid 19 y otros miles incentivados y recompensados si sostienen la versión oficial. Páginas y publicaciones censuradas cada día. Los test PCR no pueden detectar virus ¡Lo dice su propio inventor! se llama Kary Mullis Y se basan en esos números falsos ¿Lo habéis investigado? podéis oírlo de su propia boca en varias entrevistas a este premio Nóbel. Mientras, miles de ciudadanos estamos sufriendo las consecuencias de unas medidas que nos privan de nuestros derechos, libertades e incluso pasan por encima de la propia ley o de los derechos humanos, por no hablar de que pasan por encima de los más basicos postulados en virología, biología, medicina y ciencia en general. ¿No conocéis a gente con pleuresía pulmonar, principio de neumonía, hipoxia, ansiedad, sistemas inmunodeprimidos y demás problemas por el uso obligado de la mascarilla en todo momento? Yo si. Por cierto, somos los únicos, en el resto de Europa pueden respirar oxígeno por la calle. Ojalá veros el Domingo en Madrid. Salen buses de 47 puntos en toda España, yo paro mis vacaciones para asistir, porque soy ciudadana, porque quiero vivir en democracia, porque soy madre, por nuestra salud, porque adoro nuestra tierra. Os dejo con imágenes de los ciudadanos de Berlín pidiendo democracia. Por favor, apaga la tele e Infórmate. Busca: Dra Natalia Prego Cancelo, Dr. Ángel Ruíz Valdepeñas (por empezar, hay cientos más en toda España), Dr Rachid Buttar Dra Judy Mikovits Acu Scabelum consumidores, Andreas kalker #medicosporlaverdad #laquintacolumna Un larguíiiiiisimo etc. Con mucho amor y respeto s todas las víctimas. Hasta el Domingo.

Una publicación compartida por Ana Arias oficial (@ana_arias_oficial) el 11 de Ago de 2020 a las 7:17 PDT

"¿No conocéis a gente con pleuresía pulmonar, principio de neumonía, hipoxia, ansiedad, sistemas inmunodeprimidos y demás problemas por el uso obligado de la mascarilla en todo momento?", pregunta la actriz antes de criticar que "somos los únicos, en el resto de Europa pueden respirar oxígeno por la calle".

Arias, que acompaña sus palabras con un vídeo de una manifestación en Berlín "a favor de la democracia", zanja su mensaje mandando "mucho amor y respeto a todas las víctimas", unas palabras que son recibidas con numerosas críticas y mensajes de apoyo de aquellos usuarios que, al igual que otras personalidades como Miguel Bosé, se niegan a creer en la pandemia de la Covid-19.

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CREMA DE AVE IX No puedo más. #rodando #cuéntamecómopasó #actresslife @cuentametve #cremadeave

Una publicación compartida por Ana Arias oficial (@ana_arias_oficial) el 1 de Dic de 2019 a las 6:32 PST


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