Islamic Boxer Spreads Retard-Tier 5G Coronavirus Theory

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
April 5, 2020

In the UK, people are doing terrorist attacks on 5G towers based on the theory that Coronavirus – which is actually just the flu – is caused by cellphone towers.

An Islamo-boxer is promoting this dumb agenda.


Former world champion boxer Amir Khan has suggested that coronavirus did not originate in China and that the Covid-19 pandemic could be part of a plot to test new 5G communication networks and “get rid of a lot of us.”

In a confusing series of clips, the British star repeated a baseless conspiracy theory linking coronavirus to the 5G broadband network, which has recently been rolled out in several countries across the world.

Despite expert scientific studies repeatedly concluding that the high-speed communications system does not pose a threat to humans, Khan said he had “been watching a lot of these videos and stuff” and believed the technology “obviously” poisons human cells and blood, adding that it would “make things bad.”

“I don’t think it’s coming from China,” a drowsy-looking Khan said in a story on Instagram, where he has more than 1.3 million followers. “That’s a lie, really. People are saying that they were eating bats and snakes and the poison mixed. What b*llshit is that? Do you believe that? I don’t.

“Coronavirus this, coronavirus that – you’re probably getting bored of it, as I am. Do you not think it’s anything to do with that 5G in these towers that are going up?

“It’s a manmade thing. It’s been put there for a reason – while they test 5G. It might be for population control – get rid of a lot of us, especially when they say that it harms old people. Look at these towers at nighttime that have been put up, then telling people not to go out.”

Now he fears that “very bad” radiation, supposedly emitted by new masts, is causing the crisis – echoing the kind of concerns that may have led to a 20-meter telephone mast being burned in Birmingham this week in what is thought to have been an arson attack by anti-5G protestors.

In another video that emerged this week and has been watched by millions of people, a pair of employees carrying out cabling work on a street can be seen looking baffled as a woman accuses them of installing 5G as part of a plot to kill people – even though the broadband company they were working for does not use 5G.

Technology companies and analysts have said that networks including 5G are vital for communicating during a crisis that has isolated people worldwide.

“I bet they’re going to put one of those towers outside my house,” predicted Khan. “Who is behind all this? I hope it doesn’t start a war or anything.”

This is induced insanity, which is going to be the new normal.

I guess it has been the norm for a while now, it’s just going to become a lot more pronounced.

Strange days.

This woman yelling at the cable guys is great though.

“You know when they turn this on it’s going to kill everyone, and that’s why they’re building the hospitals?”

I guess to be fair, this actually makes more sense than what the media is promoting.