Ban 5G technology due to health and environmental risks

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In April 2019, Brussels banned 5G technology due to the health risks.  The reason was that Céline Fremault, the Minister of the Government of the Brussels-Capital Region, responsible for Housing, Quality of Life, Environment and Energy, identified that a 5G pilot project is not compatible with Belgian radiation safety standards (9 V/m, or 95 mW/m2 according to this online converter), and stated that she does not intend to make an exception.

To send a brief note of support to Ms. Fremault, go here; and to Brussels city councilors, go here. Encourage them of the importance to keep this ban permanent, despite industry’s forthcoming pressure.

Here are some tools developed by Investigate Europe (including a great animated movie), to dig into the research which raises the alarm on 5G. The fact is, hundreds of scientists are trying everything to sound the alarm.

Websites such as EMF Safety Network, WhatIs5G.info, and My Street, My Choice provide guidelines for how to put the brakes on 5G where you live.

Below is a partial list of resources, compiled by Health Nut News to help you learn more and get involved. 

Brussels story – sources:

  • Brussels Times
  • L’echo [English translation here]
  • Bruzz.be [English translation here]

Scientific Evidence on 5G Harm

  • EHTrust: Scientific Research on 5G, Small Cells and Health
  • Dr. Martin Pall’s free e-book: “5G: Compelling Evidence for Eight Distinct Types of Great Harm Caused by Electromagnetic Field (EMF) Exposures and the Mechanism that Causes Them” (PDF, 90 pages)
  • Dr. Joel Moskowitz: “5G Wireless Technology: Cutting Through the Hype”
  • Electric Sense: “5G Radiation Dangers – 11 Reasons To Be Concerned”
  • Health resources summary from WhatIs5G.info
  • Health resources summary from TelecomPowerGrab.com
  • EMF interview by Luke Storey: Dr. Jack Kruse
  • SaferEMR: Summary 400 new EMF scientific studies, Aug 2016 to present (EMF in general)
  • Research from Magda Havas
  • News from Clear Light Ventures
  • Articles from BN Frank at ActivistPost

Grassroots Communities & Organizations

Note: Several of the organizations listed below are still promoting actions limited to contacting your elected representatives and pleading for help. With that being said, there is a resounding increase in awareness that a firmer response is now required.

  • 5G Space Appeal: An International Appeal to Stop 5G on Earth and In Space (sign it)
  • Environmental Health Trust
  • Parents For Safe Technology
  • Physicians For Safe Technology
  • EMF Safety Network (California)
  • Our Town, Our Choice
  • Americans For Responsible Technology
  • InPower Movement Episode 1: A Mass Action of Liability
  • Scientists For Wired Technology
  • Dr Jack Kruse (website & community)

 

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