Swiss President Berset throws in the towel, but why?

ER Editor: Alain Berset, now President, was the Minister of Health for Switzerland during the plandemic nonsense. He is apparently being pursued in law by retired former banker Pascal Najadi (see Najadi’s tweet below) regarding lies pushed about the ‘vaccines’. He is quitting for no clear reason. Is this in line with the ‘stepping downs’ of people like Jacinda (male) Ardern, Sanna Marin (Finland, lost the election), or Nicola Sturgeon (was out of office, but recently arrested)?

This is Berset’s World Economic Forum entry:

This tweet is worth checking out —


The other day it was reported that the Swiss voted for nonsensical climate policies in a referendum. See Swiss voters approve global minimum corporate tax, climate goals. Swiss friends of ours were shaking their heads in disbelief. We don’t believe it, either. For WEF member and social democrat Berset to step down, other forces are at work, we surmise.


Swiss interior minister Berset throws in the towel

Embattled Swiss interior and health minister Alain Berset is standing down at the end of the year.


Berset, who also holds the rotating Swiss presidency this year, made his announcement on Wednesday, saying it was the right moment to move on after serving as a government minister since 2012.

As health minister during the Covid-19 pandemic, Berset faced fierce criticism from some quarters for his role in enforcing lockdowns in the country.

The Social Democrat has since come under closer scrutiny following allegations that his department leaked information to the media about buying vaccines before official announcements.

Switzerland’s Alain Berset is no Teflon man

Berset, 51, is one of Switzerland’s most colourful politicians and has attracted headlines for an extra-marital affair that turned into blackmail and for a scrape when flying a light aircraft in France.

Only recently, he was standing defiant in the face of criticism, suggesting he would like to carry on at his post after this autumn’s general election.

“There is still so much to do. I have very large dossiers on the table that I want to finish,” Berset told Swiss public broadcaster SRF earlier this month when asked if he would stand for another term.

But in an apparent u-turn, Berset now says he feels he has served as government minister for long enough.

When asked about his future plans, he joked: “Maybe I’ll take up yoga. Do you know yoga?”



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