Op-Ed by B.N. Frank
In a perfect world, 5G technology would simply be banned. For starters,
- The Telecom Industry can’t prove that 5G is safe.
- Since September 2017, over 200 doctors and scientists have demanded a moratorium on 5G installation due to biological and environmental risks.
- There is no safe level of wireless radiation exposure that has been scientifically determined for children or pregnant women.
- The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is being investigated for collusion for promoting and pushing through federal 5G legislation which eliminated local control over its installation.
Unfortunately, it’s not remotely close to being a perfect world. Regardless HR 530 – with now 25 cosponsors who are all Democrats – at least returns control over harmful 5G installation back to local governments, some of which have already stopped its installation in their communities.
Saying no to 5G seems to be a wise decision considering that the first 5G court case was already won last year in Gateshead, England. Of course, it didn’t happen until after 5G was installed in street lamps, people became sick, and some women delivered stillborn babies. On this side of the pond, New Yorkers have also already reported about newly installed 5G affecting their health as well as their pets’ health. Residents even started putting their homes up for sale.
Representative Anna Eshoo, who introduced this bill, was wrong to say that 5G is “essential for our country’s communications network and economy.” Security experts can’t say enough bad things about 5G and all its associated applications. (See also 1, 2). Insurance companies don’t cover telecom companies anymore because it’s too risky.
For more information, visit the following websites:
- Wireless Information Network
- Americans for Responsible Technology
- 5G Information
- Center For Electrosmog Prevention
- EMF Safety Network
- Environmental Health Trust
- In Power Movement
- My Street, My Choice
- Our Town Our Choice
- Physicians for Safe Technology
- Scientists for Wired Tech
- We Are The Evidence
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