Palma invited Bill Gates to Serbia to try what SERBIAN MEAT is

Palma invited Bill Gates to Serbia to try what SERBIAN MEAT is

The leader of United Serbia, Dragan Markovic Palma, presented the dried meat he produces in his smokehouse from the village of Koncarevo, and publicly invited the founder of Microsoft, Bill Gates, to come to Serbia and try the specialties of the Serbian hosts.

Bill Gates, the third man on the list of the richest people in the world, promoted his book seven days ago and called on the world to start producing meat in the laboratory and for everyone to switch to artificial and synthetic meat. I invite Bill Gates to come to Serbia and visit any of our agricultural producers and try our homemade dried meat from the smokehouse. Vaccines are made in the laboratory, and meat is known how. In the barn, then in the smokehouse. I invite Bill Gates to come and we will organize everything for him, because he has billions, but he also has that mamba snake in his pocket, “said the president of United Serbia.


The promotion was organized in the premises of United Serbia at Terazije in Belgrade, and was attended by Serbian Parliament Speaker Ivica Dacic and his son Luka, Svetlana Ceca Raznatovic, Gianni, Russian Ambassador to Serbia Aleksandar Bocan Kharchenko, Greek Ambassador to Serbia George Diakofotakis and Cuban Ambassador to Serbia Gustavo Trista Del Todo.

“This dried meat is made of 130 kg fatteners, the meat is salted for 5 days and dried in a smokehouse for 15 hours. My Facebook recording of meat drying has 1,533,000 views. I will not brand this way of drying meat “, said Markovic and called on all media to deal as little as possible with the virus and vaccines, and as many positive topics as possible.


“You journalists and cameramen are, after doctors and health workers, the most exposed to the virus. You talk to a lot of people every day, and you don’t know which one is infected. “Ask your editors to promote positive things as much as possible,” Palma said.

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