World Council for Health meeting hacked
Pornographic images streamed during live question on threat of 5G
By News Uncut reporter
TONIGHT’S World Council for Health zoom meeting has been hacked and disrupted by a display of crude pornographic images.
Doctors and scientists from across the world were gathered via the internet for their weekly general assembly and were set for a presentation posing the question: Is 5G a Threat To Our Health?
Sydney-based Dr Pri Bandara, a leading expert in Environmental Electromagnetic Pollution and Radiation, had just begun when her slides were replaced by pornography, accompanied by crashing music. While organisers tried to restore order, attendees were treated to live music from Markus Stockhausen, but this was also drowned out.
Then came a fake announcement “The host has ended the meeting.”
All Dr Bandara’s slides had been deleted from her computer, with the hacker using the name of Dr Tess Lawrie, who is co-founder of WCH.
One doctor told News Uncut: “It was to be an important and serious contribution, because we were hearing how there has been a massive increase in electromagnetic pollution on our planet through mobile phones, wifi and other wireless communications. When the subject turned to 5G, the interruption came. It’s scary, but we must be getting close to the truth.”
WCH meetings are live-streamed to the public and tonight's subject had been publicised in advance.
The World Council for Health is a non-profit organisation, a global coalition of health focused organisations and civil society groups. It seeks to broaden public health knowledge and sense-making through science and shared wisdom.