Isabel Lucas Was A Guest Speaker At An Anti-5G Protest In Byron Bay & Colour Me Not-So-Shocked

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Home and Away‘s Isabel Lucas has been spotted protesting against a 5G tower in Byron Bay. She was there as a guest speaker against 5G, which she believes in not only killing our babies but our trees as well. And no, none of this is exaggerated.

Isabel Lucas has proved to be an individual with a very similar way of life to people like Pete Evans. She’s a COVID-19 conspiracy theorist, she’s proudly anti-5G, and she believes her healthy way of living will prevent her from getting COVID.

According to her Instagram, she’s also pro-choice. Pro-choice as in she believes everyone has the right to choose whether or not they get vaccinated. For a second I almost had hope there.

On Tuesday, she marched with a bevy of protesters against the proposed 5G tower in Byron Bay, with protesters holding up signs such as “Do you want to live in an airport scanner 24/7” and “We need bees more than 5G.”

Have a squiz at some of the piccies she shared from her time at the protest.

On social media, where Lucas is very much present, she stated about 5G:

“I feel more strongly about (this) than any issue I’ve felt called to campaign before.”

If you desire to go down a massive rabbit hole, Isabel Lucas currently has a ‘highlights’ set up on her Insta called “5G”, where she keeps everything she’s posted on the matter in one easily accessible space.

Really makes it easy for people like me to find out what on Earth is going on.

One of the highlights is this post here from April, which is pretty wild, and basically insinuates that her finally speaking out about 5G is just like when the women in the #MeToo movement spoke out against their oppressors.

No comments. No words. Just screams. Check it out.

Just last week on Thursday 15th, Lucas made headlines for revealing that she opted out of a COVID-19 test while on the set of Bosch & Rockit in Byron Bay.

“My immune system has just become so solid from my way of life, how I live and eat and think,” she said on a podcast run by ‘health’ and ‘wellbeing’ organisation Alfa Vedic.

You could truly write an entire book about all these antics that Isabel Lucas is a part of, but honestly, she’s probably writing it already.