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    From Ras Tafarian@boycott@activist.com to alt.politics.media,ca.politics,alt.conspiracy on Mon May 10 20:51:36 2021
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    VANUATU ◄—— FRENCH INVASION / COVID SUPER SPREADERS


    HISTORICALLY, THE FRENCH ARE KNOWN THROUGHOUT THE
    WORLD, ESPECIALLY IN THE SOUTH PACIFIC, OF SPREADING
    SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES.

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    ALLEGED BREACH OF COVID-19 PROTOCOL

    By Hilaire Bule
    May 8, 2021


    " the French army aircraft didn't respect
    the current state of emergency
    imposed by Vanuatu, following the
    COVID crisis and has violated COVID-19
    protocols. "

    https://dailypost.vu/news/alleged-breach-of-covid-19-protocol/article_ecb0e35a-b112-11eb-ac87-a7dffd2fb2a9.html

    The Civil Aviation Authority of Vanuatu (CAAV)
    has confirmed an army aircraft from the French
    military base in New Caledonia was recently
    spotted in Vanuatu’s airspace.

    Director of CAAV, Jackie Langati Trief, said
    there was only one aircraft but it entered
    Vanuatu’s airspace twice.

    She was made aware of the aircraft on Friday
    last week but it was already late.

    “I was made aware of the flight but they were
    already on their way to Port Vila.

    “No flight approval was requested from CAAV,”
    she said.

    Director Trief said the French army aircraft
    didn’t respect the current state of emergency
    imposed by Vanuatu, following the COVID crisis
    and has violated COVID-19 protocols.

    She said CAAV has informed the Government of
    Vanuatu, through the Department of Foreign Affairs.
    Director General of the Ministry of Foreign
    Affairs, Kalfau Kaloris said he had summoned the
    French Ambassador, Pierre Fournier, over the
    incident on Wednesday afternoon.

    “We are currently addressing the issue through
    diplomatic channels,” said Kaloris.

    There no clear information about the purpose of
    this flight into Vanuatu’s airspace but a reliable
    source told Daily Post yesterday afternoon that
    the French military were conducting exercises for
    their pilots.

    Vanuatu gets assistance from the French army in
    New Caledonia in terms of surveillance of its
    Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ), but only when
    requested.

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