Chest Freezer Sized 5G “Lawn Furniture” Courtesy of Verizon; Installation May Cause Burst Pipes and Flooding

By B.N. Frank

American 5G opposition continues to increase because of concerns about property value, health and environmental risks (see 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8), and numerous safety threats (see 1, 2, 3, 4).  It’s been the topic of several Dilbert cartoons.

In 2019, telecom executives gave congressional testimony that they had NO independent scientific evidence that 5G exposure is safe.  There is research that has indicated it is NOT SAFE.  The majority of scientists worldwide oppose deployment.

Cities worldwide AND entire countries have taken action to ban, delay, halt, and limit 5G installation AS WELL AS issue moratoriums due to health, safety, environmental and economic risks.  Unfortunately, it’s still being installed where it hasn’t been banned and it’s not pretty.

From The Verge:


5G boxes are coming to people’s homes, whether they want them or not

When most people look out their windows in the morning, they likely aren’t expecting to be surprised by a chest freezer-sized box that’s feeding a 5G antenna, but that’s the exact experience some Houston residents have been having. Verizon has been installing the boxes as part of its 5G network rollout since at least 2019, and from the reporting done by the Houston Chronicle, it seems as if it’s been anything but smooth.

The boxes are known as “ground fixtures,” and they supply power and data to 5G antennas that are placed on utility poles nearby. The ones gracing people’s front window views are being set up to build out Verizon’s 5G home internet service. It’s well-known at this point that, while millimeter-wave tech is blazing-fast, it also has terrible range. The solution to that is to blanket an area with antennas, and the equipment for that has to go somewhere.

The first speed bump is that Verizon is under no obligation to get permission from homeowners before installing the boxes. In fact, it’s not even required to notify them that it’s going to happen. This is because, technically, the boxes (and the utility poles that go along with them) are installed on the right-of-way, which is land owned by the county.



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Verizon admitted that 5G deployment is more about autonomous vehicles than higher speed internet.  In fact, high-speed internet is achievable, safer, and more secure with a hard-wired internet connection – not 5G or WiFi.  According to telecom experts, Americans have already paid to have this via fiber optics (see 1, 2, 3).  If you’re concerned about 5G cell towers being installed in your community, EMF Experts has a free online tutorial on how to locate them.

Americans opposed to 5G may sign a letter asking President Biden and Vice President Harris to stop deployment.  A petition boycotting 5G phones has also been endorsed by doctors, scientists, and industry whistle blowers.  For an update on a joint 5G lawsuit filed against the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), click here.

Activist Post reports regularly about 5G and other unsafe technology.  For more details visit our archives and the following websites:

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