Russians are offered to buy a cream “from 5G radiation”

(ORDO NEWS) — On the Russian Internet advertising platforms, proposals began to appear to buy the cream “from 5G radiation”. The names appear creams, ointments or lotions, supposedly able to affect the effect of radiation from communication towers.

Dozens of offers for Russians can be found in stores. One of these ads describes a “universal cream for adults and children” from a company from Canada. The author of the ad claims that the product “repels 5G rays and protects against harmful effects on the body.”

TV presenter Ksenia Sobchak drew attention to the ads. In her Telegram channel, she noticed that Victoria Bonya, a former participant in the reality show “House 2”, could become the ambassador of such a fake cream. In her Instagram account, Bonya also told subscribers that the coronavirus is associated with 5G communication towers.

Netizens are actively promoting a false conspiracy theory that the spread of coronavirus is associated with the installation of 5G communication towers. It is actively broadcast on the Internet and some celebrities. The idea began to be actively discussed in messengers and social networks in different countries of the world. Some researchers consider the reports a coordinated disinformation campaign.

Among the supporters of this conspiracy theology and Victoria Bonya. In her opinion, people around the world are “intimidated” by the coronavirus in order to “then vaccinate everyone and install chips.” Almost 7 million users are subscribed to it. The presenter emphasized that she only “shares the facts that are studied by specialists and doctors.” In an interview with the Dozhd TV channel, she showed a document allegedly posted on the CIA website as evidence of her allegations.


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