Welcome to the Anti-Wireless Shop website and blog. To visit the Anti-Wireless Shop, click one of the following links, depending on where you are:
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In New Zealand? Click here: https://www.zazzle.co.nz/store/anti_wireless_shop
In the Netherlands? Click here: https://www.zazzle.nl/store/anti_wireless_shop
In Belgium? Click here: https://www.zazzle.be/store/anti_wireless_shop
In Germany? Click here: https://www.zazzle.de/store/anti_wireless_shop
In Sweden? Click here: https://www.zazzle.se/store/anti_wireless_shop
The Anti-Wireless Shop sells products such as T-shirts, bumper stickers, yard signs and tote bags that are designed to protest all aspects of wireless technology. The purpose of this shop is to help in the campaign to rid the world of wireless technologies that are making people sick and harming nature. Electromagnetic radiation from cell towers, satellites, Wi-Fi and devices is pollution. It’s killing us, and it’s killing the planet.
All around the world, people are working in various ways to get rid of this dangerous and destructive technology. Scientists, doctors, lawyers, educators and activists everywhere are fighting hard to counter the narrative that wireless technologies are safe and harmless. They publish studies, host informative websites, start legal actions, and try to effect changes in government policies concerning wireless technologies.
But what can ordinary people do to help the campaign? We can write letters to our elected officials, we can educate others by telling them about the dangers of wireless technology, we can lead by example by not using wireless technologies ourselves, and we can display signs and slogans that tell the world we protest.
Signs and slogans are important because they’re visible at street level. The world around us is full of advertisements for wireless technology. Indeed, the world is full of people using the technology, talking and taking pictures on their smartphones, accessing the web or social media–people these days seem to spend more time online than in the real world. But the Internet isn’t the real world, and people have to want to look up a subject in order to access information about it. Signs and slogans can reach the people who don’t know that wireless technology is harmful, or who think it’s safe. They can catch people’s eye, and make them think. They can start a conversation. They can get captured on camera, appearing in a news photo or TV clip.
Think about it. If enough ordinary people displayed some sort of sign or symbol that showed they protested wireless technologies–whether it’s cell towers or public Wi-Fi, 5G small cells, whatever–think how far the message that we don’t want wireless technologies would spread. You don’t have to go stand on a street corner with a megaphone: just put up a yard sign, wear a T-shirt, or put a bumper sticker on your car.