If there’s anything the observant & thinking person can conclude from the CV plandemic it is that things are not really what they seem. Here we have one of those examples, the doctoring of evidence. We have seen many posts on the doctoring of tests, of death certification, on and on. Anomalies everywhere. Why was this shop required to close and not that one when they are selling similar things. Ask the people who were closed down and how some of them were bullied by local authorities. This phenomenon is also known as ‘smelling a rat’. Watch the video below on the doctoring of visual evidence that you watch for daily information on the state of affairs in your nation. Yes the killavision as I prefer to call it. It kills your sensitivity to truth & feeds you a stream of half truths, omissions and frequently, blatant lies. EWR
174K Views · last Sunday · 7 news Melbourne BUSTED faking news footage! Blatant fear mongering, most are falling for it! Wake up people you are being scammed!! The footage used is from Italy and the US media were caught using it too!
We’ve all seen these towers around the countryside in NZ. They too are killing birds. Add to that the emfs from the phone masts, then 1080 in our environment is it any wonder some of our birds face extinction? EWR
Visit USC on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/USC/ Learn more about the University of Southern California: https://www.usc.edu Every year more than 6 million birds die as they migrate from the United States and Canada to Central and South America, according to a new USC study published April 25 in journal PLoS ONE. “This is a tragedy that does not have to be,” said lead author, Travis Longcore, an associate professor in the USC Spatial Sciences Institute in the USC Dornsife Collage of Letters, Arts and Sciences. The birds are killed by the 84,000 communication towers that dot North America and can rise nearly 2,000 feet into the sky, according to the authors of “An Estimate of Avian Mortality at Communication Towers in the United States and Canada.” In contrast, the Exxon Valdez oil spill killed 250,000 birds total and the Empire State building is 1,250 feet high.