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Radiation genocide exposé with K.A. MacDonald & P. Brassard

Radiation genocide exposé with Karen Ann MacDonald & Pattie Brassard

WATCH INTERVIEW ON ExopoliticsTV https://youtu.be/1i-uVj6Vd64
In this revealing live exposé using real-time online apps, Karen Ann MacDonald & Pattie Brassard demonstrate an ongoing radiation-based genocide of our human population through multiple modalities, including intentional continent-scale false flag chemical accelerant-based forest-fires in British Columbia [Canada], as well as nightly release of approximately 214 toxic radioactive elements from nuclear power plants in selected nations ranging from Fukushima, Japan to France, based on planetary wind factors.
https://newsinsideout.com/2017/09/radiation-genocide-expose-karen-ann-macdonald-pattie-brassard/
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