Natural News: EMF Pollution CAUSES CANCER
How EMF (electropollution) exposure causes cancer
Mike Adams As you’ll see below, exposure to EMFs (electropollution) causes cancer. Today, a professor of toxicology explains how that happens.

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YouTube openly allows children to watch violent gun massacre depiction video because it promotes a left-wing narrative of hate
If your videosuddenly becomes banned by YouTube and you receive a “Community Guidelines strike,” it could be that your video violated YouTube’s guidelines, which prohibit any …

Homeland Security rolling out “information warfare” nuclear option to silence independent media
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Engineers have figured out a way to reduce plastic landfill, and you won’t believe how they’re doing it
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