Some people are burning 5G towers out of concern the electropollution might be worsening the coronavirus outbreak


(Natural News) Fears about 5G radiation towers inducing or exacerbating the symptoms associated with the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) are driving some people to light the technology on fire in acts of protest.

In Birmingham, England, for instance, a 5G mast that went up in flames the other day was captured on video as it burnt to a crisp. Similar burnings have also occurred in Liverpool, Melling, Merseyside and Aigburth, according to BBC News.

It would seem as though folks are realizing, at least in Great Britain, that 5G is an existential threat to humanity, especially if it’s tied to the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19). And believe it or not, some evidence does exist to suggest that the millimeter wave radiation emitted from 5G towers actually opens up people’s cells to receive viruses, which would explain why Wuhan, China, which went live with 5G late last year, became the epicenter of the outbreak.

As you’d probably expect, the World Health Organization (WHO) and other governmental authorities are saying this is all bogus, but people like singer and songwriter Keri Hilson believe that it’s all too correlative to simply be a coincidence.

“Petitions, organizations, studies … what we’re going thru is the [e]ffects of radiation,” Hilson wrote on her Twitter account. “5G launched in CHINA. Nov 1, 2019. People dropped dead. See attached & go to my IG stories for more. TURN OFF 5G by disabling LTE!!!”

Hilson’s tweets have since been deleted, probably due to Twitter censorship. But you have to admit that the timing of the 5G rollout combined with the sudden spread of the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) is at least suggestive of some type of connection between the two.

Meanwhile, The Sun (UK) is saying that people targeting 5G towers for destruction are “idiots,” and that only “conspiracy nuts” believe that 5G has anything to do with the virus. The government of the United Kingdom (UK) has also come out to say that there is “no evidence to suggest that 5G has anything to do with Covid-19.”