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DHS whistleblower discusses how 5G energy is killing TSA workers
02-07-2019, 01:43 AM #1
Me? Incognito Anonymous
 
TSA workers work near microwave energy in the same range as the commercial 5G that is in process of being installed around the world and from space. (There are plans for 20,000 5G satellites beaming to every square inch of the earth starting this summer!!)

She and 28 of her coworkers that she knew contracted either cancer or some other serious malady, including young workers who had no preexisting conditions.

Ths might be one of the best examples of how 5G will affect humans, only it'll be worse because the TSA employees had only one source of exposure which would last maybe 8 hours a day. We will be subjected 24 hours a day from a multitude of sources. This shit is cumulative. That can mean that 3x the exposure could cause 10 times the damage and do so more quickly.

By way of analogy. you could eat a healthy food twice a week and do that for a long lifetime. But if you ate triple the amount, and had multiple meals of it each day (just like multiple 5G exposure would be) it's likely you'd get sick rapidly. You'd probably feel uncomfortable or bad from the first or second day of eating.

When 5G is turned on "bigly" June of this year many cities,expect to see people collapsing around you as a common experience - unless you are among the first to collapse. With today's 5G hotspots, people are being affected already, only they have little or no clue as to the cause.

The video is set to start at the 90 mark.


02-07-2019, 04:44 PM #2
Strigoi Diavolul
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Why isn't this widespread if those machines cause all manner of health issues?

Un Strigoi printre noi
02-08-2019, 03:01 AM #3
Me? Incognito Anonymous
 
(02-07-2019, 04:44 PM)Strigoi Wrote:  Why isn't this widespread if those machines cause all manner of health issues?

Could the reasons be that microwaves are invisible and that the top bosses made wearing orevn hiding a dosimeter for mircrowaves to be a fireable offense, and they shredded the safety class materials whenever a class was finished for the day?

Could it also be that the FCC refuses to even look at research that is based on the non thermal effects of mircowaves? Maybe the FAA takes their lead on that policy since the sure do appear not to want to know anything.

DHS Secretary Daniel Chertoff, who gave the original contract for the airport scanners, selected a client represented by his own firm, the Chertoff Group. As a result, DHS was reluctant to admit that scanners could be a problem.
02-08-2019, 03:03 AM #4
Me? Incognito Anonymous
 
*orevn s/b "or even"



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