4G uses 2.45 GHz, which has been shown to cause a wide variety of severe damage to the body and the environment. Despite the regulatory agencies knowing this, they have told the public that there are only thermal effects & continue to do so in their draft guidelines revised upwards to permit 5G.
The 9/11 attacks were categorized as act of war by a foreign nation (Afghanistan) against a member of the Atlantic Alliance (the USA). Afghanistan had attacked America. Under NATO’s doctrine of collective security the terror attack on the WTC was an act of war by a foreign country against all NATO member states.
There was a moment in Viet Nam when I questioned whether everything I had been taught about “America” was one big fabricated lie – a huge pretend. It was April 1969, witnessing the aftermath of the bombings of supposed military targets. They were inhabited villages where virtually everyone perished from low flying bombings, that included napalming.
He arrived at the school at 8:55 AM, at which time he reportedly first learned that a plane had struck one of the Twin Towers. Dismissing the crash as an accident, Bush said that they would go ahead and “do the reading thing anyway.”
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