Contrary to media propaganda, 5G towers are linked to the coronavirus.

(Natural News) The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has released a report outlining the risks and dangers posed by both 5G and 4G wireless technologies, which are linked to acute and persistent oxidative stress in the body.

Prolonged exposure to 5G and 4G radiation can result in damage to cells, tissues, proteins and DNA, as well as suppression of natural immunity. These effects could explain why the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) has been particularly ravaging in areas where these technologies are prolific.

While COVID-19 has been all but non-existent in the third world, North America and Europe are seeing among the highest number of new “cases,” which could be a result of their populations being fried by 5G and 4G all day long.

In Wuhan, China, where the novel virus originated, 5G towers had just been activatedprior to the “pandemic,” lending credence to the notion that 5G helped to fuel the wave of sickness and death that was depicted there by the media.

As our readers may recall from the early days of the “pandemic,” the China Virus was likewise problematic in Russia, Japan and many Arab nations, all of which similarly had 5G towers installed and at least partially activated just prior to the plandemic.

Africa, meanwhile, has seen barely any cases of the WuFlu, and it just so happens to not have any 5G towers activated at the current time – though it is coming.

“According to our man in Alaska, Bill Laughing-Bear, bad biological effects of non-ionizing radiation is a Western disease,” reports The Big Wobble. “With this type of energetic air pollution, there are many causes for concern.”

“For instance, it is known that both single and double-strand DNA will break down due to these cell phone frequencies. While single strand at times can heal, it is thought that double-strand DNA breaks will not repair and can lead to genetic mutations.”

5G kills, and Trump wants more of it across America

Other health problems associated with exposure to non-ionizing radiation include:

• Poor memory and concentration
• Delayed reaction times
• Headaches
• Decreased levels of melatonin
• Anxiety
• Chronic pain
• Pressure in the chest and shortness of breath
• Nausea
• Dizziness
• Blood pressure problems
• Sleep disorders
• Chronic fatigue
• Tinnitus

The long-term health impacts of chronic radioactive exposure from mobile phone technologies include:

• Multiple sclerosis
• Alzheimer’s disease
• Birth defects
• Red blood cells sticking together or deforming due to “bottle capping”
• ADD / ADHD in children
• Reproductive problems
• Skin disorders
• Parkinson’s disease
• Autism

Though the mainstream media and public health authorities continue to deny any link between cell phone radiation and damage to human health, the evidence is out there for anyone willing to take a look at it. The damage it causes to the immune system is particularly concerning as it renders people as “sitting ducks” for viruses like COVID-19 to come along and ravage their health with ease.

“Our Western ideals have increased to a point where our very lifestyle is causing us spiritual, mental and physical pain,” The Big Wobble adds, warning that the solution, a vaccine injection, is “all it takes” to forever alter human DNA and cause even more damage.

“The very idea of modern Western culture brings us pain, punishes us and causes remorse. Our breakneck lifestyles inflict physical injury and disease and produce frustration and hopelessness. In a world connected by social media, depression, loneliness and suicide are at record-breaking levels.”

Keep in mind that President Donald Trump is a vocal advocate for 5G, having allotted billions of taxpayer dollars for its nationwide rollout as part of a trillion-dollar infrastructure package.

Sure enough, 5G is connected to this virus. The rates of the virus are highest in the cities with the most 5G towers.

Does everyone know what a 5G tower looks like? Because it likely will be necessary to one day rise up and destroy them. Am researching how to efficiently and quickly destroy them now myself.

They are placed mostly on the sides of freeways, because they have short ranges. They tell us they are necessary for cell phone and internet speeds to increase, but, they are military weapons.

Metal towers, surrounded by barbed wire fencing, with rectangles on the top, wires protruding. They often try to disguise them.

Why China Can Be “Homophobic”


Nothing says the West is slated for decline more than a comparison of China’s gender policies with ours. The Chinese are spared the constant promotion of gender dysphoria (homosexuality, feminism, transgenderism) we see in the West. They are allowed to be “homophobic,” i.e. to protect gender, marriage, and family.
“Gay Rights” were never about shielding homosexuals from persecution. They were designed to spread homosexual dysfunction to heterosexual Christian society destabilizing & rendering it vulnerable to conquest and enslavement.   
Similar to homosexuality, China is spared multiculturalism and migration.
The Chinese also have a fierce sense of patriotism, i.e. nationalism. In contrast, the West is led by Masonic Satanists, perverts and traitors dedicated to their own countries’ destruction. They are Communist too, but China, already Communist, is not the target. Similarly China and Russia are being spared covid lockdowns.

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from Jan 10, 2018(Nothing has changed in three years.)
Source: Newsweek: “The World’s Worst Place to be Gay”The worst place in the world for LGBT to live is China, according to a pro-gay survey that puts Beijing at the bottom of a list of most welcoming cities, alongside several other Chinese cities. (Full survey here.)To celebrate Pride Month, German housing website Nestpick ranked the most welcoming cities for people who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer. Beijing came last out of 100 cities, while Shanghai sat at number 89 and Hong Kong at 83.
At the other end, Madrid topped the list, followed by Amsterdam, Toronto, Tel Aviv and London.
Last week, Shanghai Pride activists told The Daily Beast about LGBT life in China, saying that although gay clubs exist, few people come out as many people struggle to be accepted by families and the state. Homosexuality in China was decriminalized in 1997 and was removed from an official list of mental illnesses a few years later.
A 2013 survey by the Pew Research Center found that just 21 percent of China’s population was in favor of homosexuality. There are clinics in China offer still offer “conversion therapy” to homosexuals.
Though most in China do not follow a monotheistic religion, unlike many countries with low acceptance of homosexuality, many parts of society still hold conservative views on social issues. One of the activists who spoke to The Daily Beast, Charlene Liu, Shanghai Pride organizer, emphasized this: “The family culture–being able to start a family, getting married, having children to carry on the family name–that itself is one of the biggest issues in the country. And that leads to a whole set of different issues like, do I go into a marriage of convenience, do I become a single parent, and so on.”
However, a study conducted by Peking University in 2016 found that 58 percent of gay and straight Chinese people felt that LGBT people were ostracized by their families. In the same survey, just 15 percent of gay people said they had come out to their families, and fewer than half said that had gone well.
Though homosexuality is not illegal, the state does in some ways restrict LGBT visibility. China’s strict censorship laws extend to film–as well as political censorship, cutting scenes that portray the government in an unflattering light, the authorities have removed scenes depicting homosexuality, for instance, Michael Fassbender’s gay alien kiss was cut out of the movie Alien: Covenant, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
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The New Jewish Exodus

Adrienne Skolnik

Three months ago, with great sadness, I terminated membership with my synagogue.  I am not alone.  This phenomenon is happening to thousands of religiously conservative Jews throughout our nation who are Republicans.  What would cause thousands of Jews to feel so alienated they would break from tradition and be without a “religious and spiritual home?”  How much sadness has this caused within this segment of the Jewish community?  Even more importantly, When did Judaism stop being Jewish?

I joined a local synagogue in 2014 when I moved to Asheville, North Carolina.  My initial conversation with my rabbi was welcoming and informative.  Over time he became a trusted friend.  I also enjoyed being a member for many years, and all seemed well.

In 2017, I befriended a Jewish woman who was a Democrat.  She had no religious affiliation so I invited her to a Shabbat service.  Surprisingly, she didn’t kiss the Torah when it passed by us, and fell asleep during the service.  I wondered why she came at all.  Then during my rabbi’s sermon, I found out.  That week there had been a community service with various clergy at a local mosque.  My rabbi spoke at the service.  My friend also attended.

After the service, she rudely asked why I didn’t go to the mosque?  I replied, “I had another commitment.”  She thoughtlessly and antagonistically barked, “You’re a racist!”  I was shocked for she knew I had an adopted Ethiopian-Jewish son.   Because of her callous disregard for others, insulting me in my synagogue on this peaceful Shabbat, our friendship ended.

What is the significance of this unpleasant event?  It was an omen of a changing Jewish culture where social justice/identity politics meant inclusivity, and nonconformity meant exclusivity.

Shabbat luncheon was a lovely time to visit with friends. To honor the sanctity of Shabbat, I preferred conversations that were dispassionate. This changed after President Trump was elected.  When Democratic friends asked me political questions and I casually answered from a Republican viewpoint, their backs arched and they became confrontational.  “You’re a what?  You’re a Republican?  You mean you voted for Trump?  How could you?”  And then the expletives started to fly.  “He’s a this, a that (some expletives were too offensive to write). 

I refused to be confrontational on Shabbat and would calmly reply, “The greatest thing about this country is we have the constitutional right to choose.”  Then I’d ask three questions.  Has your life changed in any way since President Trump was elected?  They said no.  Has your 401K improved?  They said yes.  If you own a business and you now have a 14% profit because President Trump lowered the corporate tax from 35% to 21%, isn’t that a good thing?  Yes.  I explained that although I didn’t vote for President Obama and disagreed with his policies, I didn’t personally attack anyone like they were doing now.  If their vitriol against President Trump didn’t stop, I left the synagogue.  The sanctity of Shabbat had disappeared. 

Progressive-left ideologies and social justice discourse monopolized conversations and email newsletters.  Even sermons contained political references.  Tikkun Olam (improving the world) by their definition, was not to be questioned.  As a Republican, I didn’t agree with their causes or agendas, so sadly the once peaceful feeling in my “religious and spiritual home” was vanishing.  Many Republican friends were experiencing similar situations and ended their memberships.

Then a series of events occurred.  When Tamika Mallory (a known anti-Semite) spoke at UNC, my Republican Jewish friends peacefully protested.  In the next synagogue newsletter, they were publicly criticized. The author apologized to the black community and hoped it didn’t hurt relations.  My friends wrote a concerned letter to the Board of Directors asking that the newsletter not have political content.  The letter was ignored, so they ended their membership.  (After black radicals killed two Jews and their employee in New Jersey, and attacked Jews with machetes in New York, I asked the author if the black community apologized to the Jewish community so it didn’t hurt relations?  When I heard that members of my synagogue protested with BLM and one got arrested, why weren’t they publicly criticized in the newsletter?) 

Some members even tried to convince me that BLM is an idea.  You can’t see an idea!  Ideas don’t destroy cities, loot and harm people. A Republican Christian friend sent me these videos and an article debunking and exposingthe radical Marxist BLM doctrine because there is also a Christian exodus occurring.   

Six months ago, an article appeared in the synagogue newsletter presenting, “Jews of Whiteness and Jews of Color.”  This identity politics terminology upset me, since I have an Ethiopian son.  When people ask me if he is black, I answer, “I never noticed.  He’s a Jew.”  Why is this divisive rhetoric in our community?  What is this self-imposed segregation?  It was so offensive I wrote an article called, “Whiteness, the New Evil.”     

I sent this article to another Jewish liberal friend.  After she read it, she ended our relationship.  So saddened, I wrote another article called, “Losing a Friend to Politics.”   

I met with the board of directors and addressed their messaging of inclusivity, diversity, equity and exclusivity; their social justice agendas supporting BLM and identity politics; Republican members being alienated and leaving; and to maintain neutrality keep the newsletter apolitical.  Also, that there was more concern for people outside of Judaism than for fellow Jews in the community who needed to feel welcome in their “religious and spiritual home.”  My concerns were ignored.     

To retain equity, I asked to contribute links and articles to the synagogue newsletter from a Republican viewpoint.  Instead of putting my organizations’ links and articles contiguous to other member’s social justice links at the top of the community section, my articles were rejected and my links were relegated to the very bottom.  Social justice, identity politics and articles supporting BLM appeared (even after BLM vandalized synagogues), another about the Southern Poverty Law Center featuring a black fist.  This wasn’t what I signed up for when I became a member.

Because I didn’t conform to Orwellian doublethink or Janis’s groupthink, I was being censored, silenced, and squeezed out.  This contradicts everything Judaism represents.  Midrash (Rabbinic interpretations of the Bible) teaches differing viewpoints, exchange of ideas, dialogue, debate, inquiry, investigation, and interpretation.  The direction and mentality of Jewish culture was drastically changing.  Why remain here?  Why work long hours on fundraisers for this synagogue and be disrespected and alienated.

The ethics of civility have disappeared.  Virtue signaling, divisive rhetoric, personal attacks (verbal and written) meant to intimidate and silence you, and the altering of Tikkun Olam are tearing the Jewish people apart.  The precious sense of community, cherished relationships and shared aspirations that once created unity are vanishing.  Anti-Semitism is on the rise, yet social justice warriors (from Jewish elected officials on down) ignore the history of ill-treatment against the Jews and acquiesce to protect others.

To quote on the destruction of the Second Temple:  “Aside from the troubles caused by these external powers, the Jews were also plagued internally by tumultuous politics, and they divided into factions — a phenomenon that ultimately led to the Temple’s destruction and our nation’s tortuous exile.”

When did Judaism stop being Jewish?  When it turned its back on its own.

Adrienne Skolnik is Chairman of the North Carolina chapter of the Conference of Jewish Affairs.