"It Will Be Bigger Than Chernobyl Disaster" | David Icke on 5G Technology

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David Icke is a known conspiracy theorist. Some of his conspiracy theories are way off. For example, like the secret lizard race.

However, when it comes to 5G technology, he might have a point. David is an author of more than 20 books and numerous DVDs. He has lectured in over 25 countries.

In this video, he talks about 5g technology. It is the fifth generation of wireless communications technologies supporting cellular data networks.

There is a lot of smoke surrounding 5G right now. Some countries have even banned the technology. Is it really that dangerous? Listen to David and his view on the matter. But remember, do your own research afterward.

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