Announcing “The 9pm Totally Convincing Official Truth Theories Live”

Let me read you something from the website of the totally normal community group No 5G in the Blue Mountains. In fact, let me read you a lot more this Saturday night, 1 February. But I need your help.

“If the telecommunications industry’s plans for 5G come to fruition, no person, no animal, no bird, no insect and no plant on Earth will be able to avoid exposure, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, to levels of RF radiation that are tens to hundreds of times greater than what exists today, without any possibility of escape anywhere on the planet. These 5G plans threaten to provoke serious, irreversible effects on humans and permanent damage to all of the Earth’s ecosystems.

It’s bullshit, of course, but I’d like to read you more of this bullshit. And I will, in another special live-streamed live-reading episode of The 9pm Edict. 5G conspiracies, chemtrails, what’s really in McDonalds food, and more.

Did you know, for example, that Australia’s bushfires were deliberately lit using directed energy weapons mounted on Learjets, burning out the forest to make way for high-speed rail line? No, they were not.

Like all the previous live readings, it will need your support. This special episode is being fuelled by the contributions you make before the end of the month, that is, midnight on Friday night. For every $500, the podcast goes for an extra hour.

Update 1 February 2020, in the wee hours: The total contributions were $1557.77, so that’s a three-hour livestream. Thank you so much.

Please consider contributing more for a longer episode. Subscribe for special benefits or throw a few coins into the tip jar. You know you want to.

The livestream will be at and on the Spreaker apps this Saturday 1 February from 9pm AEDT.

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