Sudden bird deaths
Updated: May 24, 2020
Joseph Farrell recently talked about birds at his site
He too saw the short video of birds attacking a cell tower (probably not 5G) -
- and commented with the following:
I've blogged in the past about those strange "sudden bird deaths" where flights of birds just fall dead from the sky. The two most famous examples of the phenomenon were years ago, with birds falling dead in Tennessee and Idaho. Shortly after, another incident occurred in Arkansas, and more recently, hundreds of starlings apparently fell dead in Wales. And in a Netherlands 5G test in the past few months, birds again fell dead.
In the case of the Idaho bird deaths, we were told at the time that it was all because of "sudden onset bird flu." At the time, I thought this was nonsense. I still do, for such a scenario would require that the birds - in this case a flock of geese if I recall correctly - would have had to (1) contract the disease at the same time and (2) that the disease progressed in scores of birds at the same rate, leading to (3) death at the same time and in mid-flight.
I mention all this because some electromagnetically caused or "enhanced" pathogens might mimick the symptoms of such a virus. At the time, I argued that these incidents were perhaps "tests" of a new kind of bio-EM warfare technology. Maybe, maybe not, but it is suggestive in that some have argued that there is such a connection with respect to the Fauci-Lieber-Wuhan virus. After all, Dr. Charles Lieber of Harvard was involved in nano-technology research, and was also connected to the Wuhan laboratory, and was of course arrested by US federal authorities for allegedly not disclosing this relationship.
Similar to Joseph, it made me wonder if birds are being used for experimentation with disease frequency signature transmissions (like COV-19). Is it possible the birds attacking this cell tower have sussed out that the zapping is coming from this tower? MOLECULAR BIOLOGY IS BEING CONVERTED INTO DIGITAL BIOLOGY -- like doctors communicating with devices in patients' bodies, and possibly like flocks of birds dropping dead at the same time, thanks to the broadcast of particular frequency signatures.
Bio-nanotechnology research certainly could apply to flocks of birds or pods of whales: see "With Magnetic Nanoparticles, Scientists Remotely Control Neurons and Animal Behavior" http://www.buffalo.edu/news/releases/2010/07/11518.html, University at Buffalo, July 6, 2010. Could this apply to human beings? Why not?