The Mysterious Inability To Access a Blocked Facebook Account

Yesterday I became locked out of my Facebook account, most likely because of increased activity from the norm which was the result of posting a video made related to the Stop 5G campaign and the fact that over 3500 signatures secured a Debate at the Council meeting on Tuesday 10th September and where the relevant speakers and Councillor responses were included plus an added testimony about the harmful effects of 5G RF radiation on public health by Barry Trower, to provide balance, extracted from the YouTube Video titled Barry Trower on 5G.

So yesterday I successfully identified the four statements made by myself which were required as proof of my identity and the process went as far as being able to submit a new password with the whole process being accepted.

Afterwards I immediately attempted to log on to my account again only to discover that a whole new security check was presented to me so I decided to log off and forget about the whole thing until the following day.

So here we are this morning, and again I decided to choose four sentences that I had written in order to prove my identity. There were three obvious ones and the fourth one I had reservations about but was the only one left as the remaining could not possibly be. It was related to some features of the GQ-EMF-390 rf, emf and ef meter, an item which I had bought to help identify if RF frequencies were suspected of being the cause of headaches which began for the first time in February 2019. The comment presented was not one that I could identify as being said on Facebook but possibly on Amazon but it was the only content that could possibly be related to myself out of those remaining. My suspicion of doubt had been confirmed and so I remained locked out therefore I chose the next option of having a code sent to my mobile phone, a code which never came despite requesting a resend twice. The telephone number is correct and the phone is on patiently waiting for the code to be received. And again it was never sent.

I am still locked out of my original Facebook account and my suspicion is that it is deliberate!! for obvious reasons.

Here is the possibly offending material posted yesterday to many groups and so far there has also only been three views in 22 hours, according to YouTube statistics but then again nothing has been normal for many years since removing all permissions for Monetisation due to adds from unwanted third parties placing placing them on cover band videos that had music copyright warning on them which I had been particularly careful to observe.

[Quote]On Tuesday 10th September 2019 supporters of the Stop 5G Campaign gathered outside of Bristol Council House, recently renamed City Hall, in order to bring awareness to the public of the dangers of Wi-Fi enabled 5G on all living things. Afterwards at 6.00 pm they filed Into the Public Gallery to witness and support the contributions from Amber Eastman followed by Karen Churchill who both did their best considering the restriction of time imposed upon them. The accumulation of over the 3,500 signature threshold qualified a Councillor debate with Sally Beare presenting the petition requesting a pause to Bristol’s 5G roll out until it has been proven to be safe.

First to respond was Thomas Brook, the Labour Councillor for Bishopston and Ashley Down, who is also the Chair of Bristol Development Control Committee as well being on the Public Control and Safety Committee. So having heard his impassioned opinion on 5G based on his faith on the information espoused by Health England I thought it expedient to include some some balance by including some insights, following the video clips of the Council meeting, from the experience of Barry Trower who is the World’s primary go to person on the effects of Microwaves on the Human body. All other Councillors have their political affiliations identified prior to speaking.[unquote]

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