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COVID and a 5G connection? « Jon Rappoport’s Blog

Interesting link between virus & 5G

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Clarity
Clarity
April 8, 2020

so many mistakes in that article. The lungs fail because they have indeed been compromised. To claim that these are healthy lungs that can no longer absorb oxygen is blatantly false. CT scans of distinctive Covid-19 lungs can be found in abundance online. The lungs are extremely compromised, and also harden. Diagnosis of severe Covid-19 is therefore possible by lung CT scans alone. No mention in the article of cytokine storm compromising lungs either. These are not healthy lungs that just cannot get enough oxygen anymore. The danger of Covid-19 is the fast progression in how it compromises lung tissue.… Read more »

Haeul
Haeul
April 8, 2020

I can only imagine this 5G hysteria, which seems to be confined to countries that purchased their 5G technology from Huawei, is simply a round-about way of striking a blow at China.

The Hobgobblin of Little Minds
The Hobgobblin of Little Minds
Reply to  Haeul
April 8, 2020

Well, once you operate the same m.o. in multiple contexts, someone’s bound to catch on.

Donna Saggia
Donna Saggia
April 8, 2020

So sad to see the Duran giving space to fake science when there is a multi-year study that shows no harm from 5G. How can we ever take the Duran seriously when it allows this junk on its pages?

Haeul
Haeul
Reply to  Donna Saggia
April 10, 2020

I concur. Is 5G harmful? All wireless technology, to some extent, but to single it out in this way is ridiculous. Your wireless modem does much more harm than the 5G towers.

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