5G concerns

There is no doubt that 5G represents a huge quantum leap in the type of signal that will be pumped through our bodies without remit. It is being proposed to improve signal strength from its 3-6Ghz range to a possible 300Ghz range. Throughout the course of human history there has never been a time when humanity, insect and animal life has been subjected to a continuous never-ending bombardment of damaging microwaves. It is possible that we are already seeing this playing out with our loss of insect life including our precious bees, our essential pollenators for crops, as well as many of our lovely birds.

Hundreds of concerned scientists, doctors and others are already waving red warning flags to governments, calling for a moratorium on further investment in a 5G rollout until health impact assessments can be done. These include The International Society of Concerned Scientists who point to a plethora of potential affects on the human body which include carcinogenic mutations in cell DNA. There is already strong evidence that long term exposure to certain ENF’s is a risk factor for diseased like cancer, Alzheimer’s, male infertility and electromagnetic hypersensitivity which embraces headaches, concentration difficulties, sleep problems, depression, lack of energy, fatigue and flu like symptoms. There is literally no precedence in history to see if our bodies can sustain blanket coverage of this type of assault for any length of time. It will be one of the biggest experiments upon humans since the introduction of cigarettes.
So what are the proposed types of infrastructure?
The rollout of 5G requires that many relay stations (antenna masts) pump 5G telecommunications back to strategically placed cell towers on lamp posts. This will affect the most vulnerable people including the young, elderly and infirm because of lamp posts proximity to where people are sleeping. Of course it’s going to be difficult to sell a house by a lamp post with this attached.
This new 5G system is being heralded in the media as being hugely beneficial to communities in bringing faster and more ubiquitous wifi communication benefits in terms of faster broadband speeds and proposed integrated smartphone technology. Is it really worth such a return for this the potential damage to all biological systems?