Why is there dead birds all round the M25. Round Kent area and near Gatwick have been reported. I have been reading a lot of things about 5G network causing it and seen other videos of birds strewn across roads and dropping out of trees. Does anyone have any other information on it.
Good evening Tommy My sister mentioned this to me this morning it’s absolutely disgusting there has been reportings in other areas also and not forgetting the poor Bees last year . You are correct this is because of the 5g and it’s the reason why the planet is in lock down to . You of course will not find this information from the media because they want us kept in the dark. https://youtu.be/FgwPQRs3jxk Check out the link
i hope this reaches as many people as possible
please share the link above .
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Warrior of the light said: You are correct this is because of the 5g and it’s the reason why the planet is in lock down to .
There is zero evidence linking 5g and the current pandemic. Indeed, anyone with an ounce of technical knowledge knows this is nonsense, quite apart from the fact that many of the pandemic hotspots have no 5g installations at all. All the major social media platforms are taking down such comments as they are not only encouraging destruction of mobile phone infrastructure, but they are contributing to the transmission of the disease by encouraging people to think it's some giant hoax. That is translating into the un-necessary suffering and deaths of real people. Please stop circulating such conspiracy theories.
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I agree totally with Whistling Joe & Robbo. Before anyone says it, no David Icke is not a scientist. I'm afraid I can't say what I think he is because my post would rightly be flagged for bad language. Ian
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