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Researchers with the renowned Ramazzini Institute (RI) in Italy announce that a large-scale lifetime study of lab animals exposed to environmental levels of cell tower radiation developed cancer.
All of the exposures used in the Ramazinni study were below Canada’s and the US guidelines!

     STOP 5G U.K
‪Hahaha great diagram‬ ‪wave goodbye to the beautiful birdies and the song if 5g goes ahead‬

     InPower Movement
     Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) 
Wireless broadband will never be a substitute for wireline broadband, which is why fiber gigabit access is essential to ensure cable broadband has competition. But we have no plan in the U.S. on how to make that happen.

California Legislators Consider Banning All Cosmetics With Cancer-Causing Chemicals 

     $     BestEvidence 
"New" World Order Criminal Bankers Caused the American Revolution

     Becky Hudson 
''Beto: "When I fantasized about killing children, I was just a dumb 16-year-old and didn't know any better."
''What's your position on lowering the voting age to 16?''

Patrick Roddie - Geoengineering Activist Needs Our Immediate Help
     Stefan Molyneux 
Everything the government does takes forever.
Licenses: Months
Zoning Requests: Years
Citizenship: Years
Brexit: Years
Balanced Budget: Infinity
Enforcing Borders: Decades, if ever
Everything takes forever.
Except war.
The one thing you don't want.
War you get right away.
     Port Arthur Massacre Inquiryv
Most of the public do not know that the Port Arthur Massacre shooter also took video of his crimes.
Eyewitnesses confirm he had a video camera on the tray, just before he opened fire with incredible accuracy.
That video has never seen the light of day.
Just like the authorities are suppressing the Christchurch video.
Since they do not suppress videos of other crimes, just as beheadings and terrorist attacks, it's fair to say this is not out of respect to the victims.
Is it because analysis of the video would contrdict the official story? We now know that NZ Police were conducting an exercise in Christchurch at the time of the shooting, yet still took 36 minutes to arrive. Christchurch is tiny, you can drive across the whole city from end to end in less than half an hour. So what took the police so long to stop it?
Like Port Arthur, were the police held back in order to ensure maximum carnage? The idea is reprehensible but possible.
The Muslim community, like the Tasmanian community, has been used as a pawn in a cynical grab for power and gun control. Already the government is refusing to investigate why the police did not do a proper background check or respond to complaints about the shooter from his fellow gun club members. Had they followed existing laws, this tragedy would never have happened. Instead, they try to take guns that never hurt anyone from people who had nothing to do with this crime.
Wake up and look behind the narrative at the facts the government and media are trying to conceal. We have a phrase for countries where the police are not accountable for their mistakes. They are called Police States and they are not nice places to live. 

Jews Behind Race Mixing

     Silas Aurelius  
The New Face of Britain's Rape Culture
While the liberal elite import new voting blocs and cheap labor; the social fallout begins in the streets. And in Great Britain, young native British girls are the first to feel its consequences...
(8 Minutes)

     Milo Yiannopoulos 
The Al Noor mosque in Christchurch targeted by Brenton Tarrant produced at least two terrorists, from a very small congregation: al-Qaida recruit Daryl Jones, killed by a drone, and Christopher Havard. The parents of these boys say their sons were radicalized by extremist preachers at Al Noor. The boys were in Yemen with the guys who trained the Charlie Hebdo killers. A 2014 story at (now scrubbed from the internet) quotes a mosque attendee who says, “A visiting speaker from Indonesia talked about violent jihad and plenty shared his views.” Three questions: How many news reports have you read these details in? If you’d known that this mosque was a terrorist factory, would it have changed your feelings about the news at all? Finally, how does it make you feel to learn that the media has been not just ignoring these facts but deleting stories to hide them over the past 24 hours?

     Cold Dead Hands ·
#MidnightMunchies #FoodForThought
"Illegal guns" have been an issue since America's colonial days. the 1774 import ban on firearms and gunpowder; the 1774-75 confiscations of firearms and gunpowder; and the use of violence to conduct the confiscations. It was these events that changed the situation from political tension into a shooting war.
Each of these British abuses provides insights into the scope of the modern Second Amendment. The British attempts to reduce, restrict firearms and ammunition were clear attempts to prevent rebellion. Are gun laws today really any different?
Up until 1934, civilians were equally, or far better, armed than law enforcement or even the military. Alcohol Prohibition brought that to the government's attention. One could argue that the speakeasies, bootlegging and even "organized crime" were a rebellion against Prohibition.
The government response has been almost identical to the British response to colonial America. Restrict, regulate and even ban certain weapons and imports. Once again, "illegal guns" play a prominent role in governmental abuse of power. Couched in feel good terms like "public safety" or addressing vague crises like "gun violence".
"When the resolution of enslaving America was formed in Great Britain, the British Parliament was advised by an artful man who was governor of Pennsylvania, to disarm the people; that it was the best and most effectual way to enslave them; but that they should not do it openly, but weaken them, and let them sink gradually, by totally disusing and neglecting the militia." - George Mason, co-author of the 2nd Amendment.
An "illegal gun" is nothing more than a gun that the government fears might be used against it. But only a corrupt government would have reason to fear. The very idea of an "illegal gun" is a sign that government is corrupt, it fears rebellion and knows a rebellion is probably warranted. So, those in power, in order to retain their power, outlaw the tools necessary to remove them from power.
"Law is often but the tyrant's will, and always so when it violates the rights of the individual." - Thomas Jefferson
Think about that when you read the 2nd Amendment:
"A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed."
Jon Britton aka Doubletap 
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