5G is Coming Soon and Why You Should Care

Jan 25, 2018 by

This morning I spoke to the wonderful Mona Nilsson and she suggested that I read about the Ericsson’s bribery scandal. I started to laugh and posted the following on FB: “Apparently there is an investigation of the US 

         authoritiesinto alleged bribes of hundreds of millions of dollars as kickbacks. But then I thought – isn’t it funny really? Because I think that all the campaign “donations” of industry to our Congressmen on the Federal and state level is just the same – bribery


So if you are a Congressmen and take Ericcson’s “donation” and then introduce a 5G Bill, or vote in your state assembly to put cell towers in front of people homes even though the cities and counties you represent object the bill it is legal; but if you are not a Congressmen, taking the money is a criminal offence…”

​Then I checked the news about 5G as I do every day, and I saw an article in National Geographic about 5G – ​5G Is Coming Soon. Do You Care? You Should. Here’s Why. Why would NG cover 5G? I figured out the answer rather quickly – above the article it said: PARTNER CONTENT PRODUCED BY NAT GEO WITH SPRINT e- Apparently now NG is partnering with Sprint! I was furious and wrote the following on National Geographic’s FB page, not because I thought it will change anything just as an anger management activity….I got an automatic response that NG will consider if to publish my response…so far they haven’t. Following is my response:
“This morning I saw that NG published an article about how wonderful 5G would be. I was disturbed. You also published an article about climate change ignorant that so much of what we attribute to climate change is caused by this insane wireless infrastructure.

Not only man made pulsed microwave radiation used for wireless technology has created an unprecedented epidemic of sickness in humans, it is also responsible for devastating impact on animals and plants. You should read an Appeal of 200 expert scientists calling for a Moratorium on 5G because of its devastating impact on humans and the environment. https://ehtrust.org/wp-content/uploads/Scientist-5G-appeal-2017.pdf

The bees’ colony collapse is a result of wireless radiation. The problem with migration of birds is caused by wireless radiation even the US government admits it. You should read this report titled Bees Birds and Mankind http://www.irishbeekeeping.ie/images/bee_health/ki_beesbirdsandmankind_print.pdf.

Before publishing an article celebrating 5G you may also want to check the facts about the increase this wireless cloud is causing in terms of increased energy consumption – an increase of 460% in consumption of energy by the wireless cloud from 2012 to 2015. According to the following report, the wireless cloud is expected to generate 30 megatonnes of CO2 in 2015, compared to 6 in 2012 which equals adding 4.9 million new cars and this is before 5G…Read this report – http://www.ceet.unimelb.edu.au/publications/ceet-white-paper-wireless-cloud.pdf

You may also want to check the slavery of children in the Congo who are working in mines in order to meet the needs of our tech obsessed society. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JcJ8me22NVs

Don’t you think that the above information is much more suitable for National Geographic to cover than an article which celebrates 5G because it will enable downloading of a movie in 4 seconds?

Your reporter does not even understand what 5G is about. 5G is not about faster downloading speeds. It is about getting all our appliances to communicate so companies can get this data and sell it. It means putting a cell tower in front of almost every home in the world as well as an antenna inside your home. It means adding to our exposure to a radiation which is already trillion times higher than what our bodies evolved to tolerate. But your reporter celebrates 5G and that people will be able to download a movie in 4 seconds and continue to be a zombie who stares at screens and doesn’t see the natural world around him/her.

I guess I should not be surprised – on the top of the article it was stated that the content was produced with Sprint. National Geographic sold its soul for money…


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