By B.N. Frank
Lawsuits, opposition, and warnings about the Federal Communications Commission’s forced widespread installation of 5G technology are ongoing. Now the Department of Defense (DOD) is loudly chiming in.
Defense Secretary Mark Esper has asked the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to deny a Virginia wireless company’s license to provide 5G mobile broadband service out of “national security, civil service, and the economic benefit of the nation” concerns.
“There are too many unknowns and the risks are far too great to federal operations to allow Ligado’s proposed system to proceed,” Esper said in a letter Monday to FCC Chairman Ajit Pai, Bloomberg News reports.
“This could have a significant negative impact on military operations, both in peacetime and war.
“I, therefore, strongly oppose,” Esper said, adding that the proposed service had “the potential for widespread disruption and degradation of GPS services” that rely on signals from space.
Esper’s letter was released Wednesday by the Pentagon, Bloomberg reports, and the FCC is not bound by the recommendation.
In February telecom executives gave congressional testimony that they have NO scientific evidence that 5G is safe. Warnings about risks have been issued by many experts for a variety of reasons IN ADDITION to biological and environmental risks. The FCC keeps forcing its installation anyway – hence all the lawsuits filed against them (see 1, 2).
Activist Post reports regularly about the insane “Race for 5G.” For more information visit our archives and the following websites.
- 5G Information
- The 5G Summit
- EMF Safety Network
- Environmental Health Trust
- My Street, My Choice
- Physicians for Safe Technology
- Scientists for Wired Tech
- The People’s Initiative
- Wireless Information Network
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