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Would an Environmentalist release Corona on purpose?

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posted on Mar, 1 2020 @ 09:59 PM
a reply to: SocratesJohnson

I wouldn't put it past any group of extremists, especially sociopathic politicians (aka "politicians") to make any sort of attempts to destroy humanity, thinking they're doing the right thing in the process. Extreme environmentalists, religious fundamentalists, political extremists, etc.

posted on Mar, 2 2020 @ 07:32 AM
Somebody from Event 201 may have been inspired and gone rogue. Or maybe it was the plan all along. There are way too many coincidences with the timing of this.

Lots of groups could have wanted this. CCP to reduce population, show the world how much we need them in our supply chain, and to gain even more control over their people (getting rid of paper money once and for all, controlling travel, etc,..). CIA to destroy Trump's presidency and distract from all the investigations because they're desperate to stop their massive international web of corruption from being exposed. Trump to bump up his plans for nationalism and border control and trade. Soros and the elite to achieve world order.

posted on Mar, 2 2020 @ 04:51 PM

originally posted by: chr0naut

originally posted by: Wardaddy454
We had environmentalists set fires in Australia not long ago...

How could you know?

Surely if they were destroying the environment, they cannot have been environmentalists. So if someone told you they were, you were lied to.

How could I know? I use search engines besides Google to read about such things.

And you don't think its possible? You need to get out more. One example:

A radical ecological activist who evaded capture for a decade pleaded guilty Thursday to conspiracy and arson for her role with an extremist ecoterrorism group believed responsible for setting 20 fires that burned $40 million of property across the West from 1996 to 2001.

Rebecca Jeanette Rubin, 40, a Canadian citizen, faces a federal prison term of five to 7½ years when she's sentenced in January, according to a plea agreement entered in U.S. District Court in Portland, Ore.

In an extensive interview with NBC News when Rubin surrendered a year ago, Brent Smith, director of the Terrorism Research Center at University of Arkansas, said members were recruited after having proved themselves through extreme acts of environmental activism. They came from various walks of life: hippies, leftists, anarchists, some with criminal backgrounds, others with college degrees.

"These people got together, and first they would go to protests," Smith said. "There would be protests on campus where they protested destruction of trees to build a new building or something, and at these protests, kids become associated with each other."
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