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Con or a Virus?

2nd Aug 2020 Posted under: General

Conspiracy Theory is a legitimate legal term, to describe legitimate conflicts of interest between one or more parties - usually as they try pushing some unlawful agenda or product. You present the Theory of these conspiring individuals, to a court and justice should be served accordingly. Though I don't hold my breath. Often corporations get off with "pocket change" fines and are allowed to continue operating, if they are even held accountable at all.

Conspiracy Theorist is an arbitrary term, which didn't seem to emerge til after the JFK assassination. It gets thrown around so much as slander these days that it has lost all meaning. They lump verifiable, legit info sources in with people who blindly follow disinformation, controlled opposition and wild stories. Just to create the association that anyone looking into any of that is a nutter. Do we need reminding how many "conspiracy theories" turned out to be true? it's reasonable to assume that the term comes from somewhere higher up (ie. CIA), as a label to dismiss people who investigate conspiracies. It's really weak, pathetic name-calling at this point. Rubbish Tavistock tactics.

Mark Steele is a weird one. He is known for his prominent role in the "5G Apocalypse" documentary and some cases against Gateshead council.

I've not been able to verify his claims that he worked in defence but I know a lot of his information, on the human effects of high-band Ghz frequencies, is correct. Backed up by people like Barrie Trower, who is confirmed as having been a Radar and Microwave weaponry specialist. Which is what 5G is. Military technology, originally used for radar. The kind of radar that fries out soldiers neurons and leaves them with PTSD. The closest link I have found to Mark Steele being involved with weaponry is that he follows Horizon 2020 on linkedin. That is it - and it's not even saying he worked for them.


Steele also appeared in World Economic Forum, Event 202


This Event took place after the notorious event 201; a weird dystopian precursor to this exact situation we're currently in. Featuring a lot of people now prominent in the headlines.

Here's the blurb about Event 201, from the 202 channel:


In Oct 2019, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the World Economic Forum and John Hopkins University held a “pandemic simulation” focusing on a disease outbreak in New York City, called Event 201. This event “coincidentally”simulated an outbreak of a novel Coronavirus transmitted from bats to pigs to people that eventually becomes efficiently transmissible from person to person, leading to a severe pandemic. Event 201 was a focus group for engineering the worldwide false flag event, and served as a “dry run” for the worldwide lock-down rehearsal that we are currently experiencing.


As for Steele's theory about 5G causing corona, I have seen some studies and I've also seen a lot of wild claims by people who don't understand EMF at all. Particularly interesting was the correlation between outbreaks and the rollout of 5G. People are quick to withdraw these studies and "debunk" them but I'm not convinced either way. The antenna chips being rolled out vary in frequencies around the world, whereas the outbreaks are uniform regardless. Phased Array antennas are indeed mighty powerful (the most advanced and efficient we have in chip form) but currently, in the UK, we are only rolling out 700Mhz 5G (n12), which isn't too different from 3G or 4G. So I see no major concern yet. It only gets dangerous when you start blasting high Ghz frequencies. Milimeter waves do not agree with organic material; you might see photos of trees dying near 5G masts and notice town councils removing trees to facilitate 5G. Europe is only going as high as 26Ghz, which isn't technically "the real killer". Sorry USA.


If you want a 'real conspiracy theory', I would say that someone made a bio-weapon to mimic the exact effects of radiation sickness. Which is going to become increasingly common with 5G and upwards. Then this whole new form of illness will always be passed off as "coronavirus". Either that, or 5G is just one element. High bandwidth transfer, to mess with your "health security upgrades", coming in the form of an RNA or nanomaterial vaccination. A bit like mad cow disease but for humans. I reach that conclusion based on the Imperial College modelling, who were also heavily involved in the TSE "solutions". For more EMF related illnesses, try looking into Morgellons disease and Kawasaki disease.


tl;dr.. I agree that 5G is dangerous. There is plenty of research done into this, dating right back to the 70s. I also agree that the slightly advanced flu, with an average survival rate of above 99%, is massively blown out of proportion and not at all worth shutting the world down for. Not convinced 5G alone is the cause of "coronavirus" but the virus certainly looks like a cover for 5G related radiation sickness. Unsure about who exactly Mark Steele is and his background.


Con or a virus?
Make up your own mind.