5G Wireless: A Dangerous, Uncontrolled ‘Experiment on Humanity’

5G Wireless: A Dangerous, Uncontrolled ‘Experiment on Humanity’

Harold Saive – Scientists, environmental groups, doctors and citizens around the world are appealing to all governments to halt telecommunications companies’ deployment of 5G (fifth generation) wireless networks, which they call “an experiment on humanity and the environment that is defined as a crime under international law.” Research has shown that wireless radiation can cause DNA damage, neuropsychiatric effects and other health problems. RT America’s Michele Greenstein joins Rick Sanchez to discuss.

4 thoughts on “5G Wireless: A Dangerous, Uncontrolled ‘Experiment on Humanity’

  1. Beware of wireless industry sponsored bills at the state and federal level such as SB649 in California which has a lot of opposition. These are always designed to override local control of placement including utility poles and public buildings. Pushing private interest legislation is now going on in at least 20 states and at a federal level.

    There are laws already in effect with sections that need to be rescinded. The Telecommunications Act of 1996, section 704 prohibits regulation by local governments of placement of towers on the basis of environmental effects. The Spectrum Act of 2012 is similar and it does not allow public input on environmental impacts.

    I don’t have the reference on hand but some laws don’t allow input on the basis of health concerns.

    Contact your state Public Services Commission (or equivalent in your state) and contact your Reps and Senators in Washington DC.

    Prevention is easier than rescinding a law once it’s passed.

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