Fiber for Internet: When Small Cells are Added, It’s Not Safe At All

By B.N. Frank

Activist Post published another article about this in December, “What is Dark Fiber?”

You may not be aware of this but The Telecom Industry has been installing fiber all over the U.S. for 5G, even though  telecom employees gave congressional testimony in February that they have no proof that 5G is safe.

What employees didn’t mention is that there is plenty of research that has already proven that 5G is harmful.  Since 2017, 200+ doctors and scientists have signed a petition for a moratorium on installation.  Many studies have already proven 4G is harmful tooNot only that — federal “safety” standards are 20+ years old and so they DON’T apply to the way we use or are exposed to wireless technology today.

Now more activists are starting to warn against fiber being used to eventually install harmful small cell technology.  Once the fiber is in place, Americans won’t legally be able to keep small cells from being added.

From B. Blake Levitt of The Berkshire-Litchfield Environmental Council, “Fiber broadband, seen as a complex Trojan horse”

The innocuous-sounding “fiber broadband” is potentially dangerous — financially, environmentally, legally. Fiber will never again be the perfect dedicated system. It’s been kidnapped by wireless convenience’s feckless siren call. A safe, completely wired fiber network may have been NW ConneCT’s original plan, but reading carefully, they are now “fiber-to-the-driveway” with the final connection — the so-called “last mile” — struck by homeowners with various service providers typically via wireless connections.

And their plan invites piggybacking telecoms to create 100 percent mobile connectivity too, meaning small cell nodes — hundreds, if not thousands — affixed to utility poles in public rights-of-way, transmitting 24/7, without control or informed consent of those nearby. These are highly biologically active exposures.

4G and 5G small cell installation is being forced in communities all over the U.S. (See 1, 2, 3, 4, 5), around the world, and also in space – despite increasing opposition (See 1, 2, 3) and legal action against the Federal Communications Commission (FCC).  (See 1, 2)

If this concerns you, mark your calendar for The U.S. Day of Action against 5G on May 15.

For more information on what you can do, visit the following websites:

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