2020-05-20 19:46:00

Moldovan Orthodox Church says Bill Gates, 5G dangerous for mankind

Chisinau, May 20, Interfax - The Synod of the Orthodox Church of Moldova has warned the authorities that the future coronavirus vaccination must be voluntary.

The members of the Synod cited "additional information about upcoming microchipping of people by means of vaccines" in their address. The document also mentions the dangers of the activities of U.S. billionaire Bill Gates for the mankind and threats the 5G technologies pose.

"It must be stated that the vaccination poses a threat of microchipping or a foreign device entering a human body. The society in many European countries protests against the mandatory use of vaccines, especially a vaccine against Covid-19, because it views them as means for the global system of anti-Christs to put microchips in human bodies in order to control them using the 5G technology," the Synod said in the address.

According to the address, "Bill Gates is considered the main person responsible for creating the technology of microchipping via a vaccine injecting a body with nanoparticles reacting to the waves transmitted by the 5G technology and enabling the system to control people remotely."

The claims about Bill Gates the Synod cited were previously refuted in the international media.

The 5G networks and technologies are not tested and used in Moldova, the National Regulatory Agency for Electronic Communications and Information Technology (ANRCETI) said in response to false information about it.

The Synod of the Orthodox Church of Moldova threatened Prime Minister Ion Chicu that the church would stop praying for him if traditional services in churches with observance of all rituals are not allowed.

Church services involving parishioners were banned during the state of emergency in Moldova, from March 17 to May 15. Several priests were fined for breaching it. Church services were permitted from May 16, but only outside while observing the social distancing requirements and other precautions.