Lost Arts Radio Show #178 – Special Guest Dr. Martin Pall

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Biochem + Med Sciences Professor Dr. Martin Pall: Dangers of 5G and Microwave Radiation

Lost Arts Radio Show on Sunday 5/20/18

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Dr. Martin Pall

Recently, Alex Jones has really committed to a full-on campaign against 5G and the planned proliferation of the microwave transmission network. This is important for America and the world, because of the number of people that Alex’s show now reaches, in the tens of millions worldwide. Being able to roll out the proposed 5G system, more cell towers, and ultimately the “internet of things,” part of the larger Agenda 21 now proceeding under a multitude of programs carefully named to seem beneficial and unrelated, this rollout depends on the public falling for the scam that all this new technology is for our benefit, our convenience, our prosperity, and the radiation is completely harmless.

Reminiscent of the malicious lie that vaccines are “safe and effective” (https://vaxxter.com/former-er-physician-sounds-alarm-vaccination-dangers/), this lie that microwave and millimeter wave radiation is harmless threatens to do massive additional damage to people and many other life forms on our planet. It is time to let everyone know that this misinformation can and will have disastrous effects, and we need to see through it so that we can find solutions to protect ourselves and others. It turns out that the “swamp” of corruption is much bigger than just the monsters we have in Congress and their less known accomplices and bosses. Most of the power positions in government and global corporations, even down to their local offices, have now been infiltrated by individuals of great and coordinated malice. Technologies like 5G come from them.

Dr. Martin Pall (https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Martin_Pall) is one of the top experts in the world today on the biological effects of microwave radiation. He has a long and distinguished career as a scientist and professor of biochemistry and medical sciences. He has presented numerous scientific papers and has a strong personal interest in the health of humanity and the biosphere as a whole. It is our privilege to be able to talk with him this Sunday, to get a deeper understanding of exactly what is wrong with microwave radiation and how it damages our bodies. We’ll ask him what other organisms are affected besides humans. What about honey bees, birds, maybe even plants? We’ll have two hours with Dr. Pall on this vital topic, and I hope you’ll be there to learn the important details on how we’re affected by microwave radiation.

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