If you want to be scammed, you should buy the $350 USB key that has only 128MB of storage to act as an anti-5G solution.
5GBioShield literally just went on sale in the UK, and it’s priced between £280 and £330 ($343 and $405). It guarantees the usage of “quantum holographic catalyzer technology” that protects your family from 5G.
The USB is obviously fake and it, in fact, a regular USB stick that you can easily find at $6. You’d think that this information would be enough to stop the conspiracy theories from spreading, but it isn’t.
BBC News has reported that the 5GBioShield is being recommended by a member of Glastonbury Town Council’s 5G Advisory Committee. The town has requested an inquiry into 5G over safety fears for real. Obviously, theorists are trying their best to link Coronavirus to 5G, which is seriously bizarre. Do you know what is worse? People have actually burned down 5G towers in response to assumptions.
Tony Hall, one of the members who recommended this device claims that “We use this device and find it helpful.”
He further added that, “flocks of birds [fall] out of the sky dead when 5G is turned on” and that “people get nose bleeds and suicide rates increase.”
Obviously, there’s no scientific evidence that supports such allegations and assumptions. Unfortunately, Hall was also appointed amongst the nine other members of the public to advise on technology.
“5G is the vehicle for total control and the ‘surveillance state” – He said.
It’s actually quite hilarious that people would become so fearful of 5G that they’d plug a fake 128MB USB into their laptops.
“Now we cannot say this sticker does not have additional functionality unused anywhere else in the world, but we are confident you can make up your own mind on that.” – Said Phil Eveleigh, who is the researcher that dismantled the USB key.
Anyway, please don’t waste your money on this absurd piece of shit.