Marbella – Last week, Lions Ground predicted a lockdown and moved to northern Spain to ensure safety. What happened then is unbelievable.
On the official YouTube channel, Lions Ground predicted a lockdown is going to happen. Lions Ground announced a relocation to northern Spain.
In the YouTube channel community, Lions Ground writes: “I want to let you know that I have arrived safely. I moved a week ago because I have a bad feeling that there would be a lockdown. Some cities are more favorable to be in lockdown than other cities such as Marbella. “
Again it is proven that normal people find out at the last minute that a lockdown is about to take place. People in higher positions such as CEO of clubs, hotels, and estate agents knew a month in advance a lockdown would occur. Based on the connections with clubs and behavior of hotels, Lions Ground was able to predict a lockdown a week in advance before it was even announced on the news.
Marbella is a seaside resort that is completely dependent on tourism. The lockdown is murder for any entrepreneur who has a business in this city. As result, massive unemployment due to the fact local businesses must cut costs. And the Spanish government, they don’t help people financially.
In a short time, hotels were set on fire in order to collect insurance money. The hotel business doesn’t stand a chance if there is literally no tourist to be seen.
The corrupt police and media want the world to believe that this is an accident.
These mafia practices are very reminiscent of the movie Goodfellas.
Lions Ground moved to the province Asturias, north of Spain. The city is not dependent on tourism, life is much cheaper, and if there are calamities, you can easily go north via France.
Arrival time was 7 pm and the cab driver notified that the city is going into lockdown at 11 pm. This means four hours later Lions Ground will be stuck in nowhere land.
The bizarre thing about this story is that in summer 2018, a real estate agent in Marbella was able to warn that the economy is going to fall due to a global event. This is the reason why banks are buying up vacant homes.