Brussels says no to 5G. Says people are not guinea pigs whose health can be sold at a profit.

The European Union’s plans for the roll out of 5G have suffered an embarrassing set-back. Brussels, its capital, has become the first major European city to say “no” to 5G. Officials have refused permission for 5G trials saying that the people of Brussels are not guinea pigs whose health can be sold at a profit.

Celine Fremault, the Brussels region’s Minister for Housing, Quality of Life, Environment and Energy, told L’Echo that 5G was not compatible with Belgian radiation safety standards.

She said: “I cannot welcome such technology if the radiation standards, which must protect the citizen, are not respected, 5G or not. The people of Brussels are not guinea pigs whose health I can sell at a profit. We cannot leave anything to doubt.”

This may be a wise decision. Other 5G ‘guinea pigs’ don’t seem to be doing too well. Bristol University, one of the UK’s major 5G test centres, has seen the unexplained suicide of eight undergraduate students in just 18 months.

Mark Ames, Director of Student Services, told the Daily Mail: “We will continue to work with our students, staff and with partners across the city including colleagues from public health and the NHS to enhance our services in response to the unprecedented rise in mental health difficulties amongst young people.”

No one at Bristol University is officially connecting the 5G experiments, which include guiding self-driving vehicles around the campus, to the suicides, but both students and staff are obviously being unwittingly exposed to the wireless radiation involved.

Amazingly, while industry and governments are intent on steam-rollering ahead with 5G, there has not been a single study of whether the technology is actually safe.

Representatives of the telecommunications industry admitted during a recent US congressional hearing that the industry has not backed any independent studies into the health effects of 5G. Not one! After listening to their evidence, Senator Richard Blumenthal summed up the situation: “So, we’re flying blind here as far as health and safety.”

Dr. Tracy Chandler, author of new paper, ‘5G: there’s nowhere to hide’, says: “Our health is more important than having cars that talk to each other or faster movie downloads.”

Dr. Chandler, a New Zealand M.D., points out that 5G has a dodgy track record, to say the least. The technology was developed as a crowd control weapon in the last century. The idea was abandoned because the radiation burned the subjects.

Today, however, the idea is back and 5G is again in the vanguard of crowd control, this time as a system known as ‘Active Denial’. Improvements have been made, of course. Instead of actually burning people, the 5G radiation of Active Denial only imparts a severe burning sensation and leaves the odd blister.

The installation of 5G requires the erection of thousands of ‘small cells’ on lampposts and tall buildings throughout neighbourhoods. Isn’t it comforting

to know that the small cell on the lamppost outside your bedroom window could be used as part of a crowd control weapon should you and your neighbours get uppity about, say, lack of democracy, the economy or losing your jobs to 5G controlled robots?

Perhaps everyone should follow Brussels’ lead and say “no” to 5G in a hurry.

Actually, according to a recent report in The Guardian, there is little danger of 5G coming to a lamppost near anyone in the UK for at least two years. Is this to do with fears about health and safety? No, of course not! Local authorities and telecommunications companies are squabbling over how much each lamppost is worth and who can compete to put their small cells upon it. The resulting litigation, says the newspaper, will take a minimum of two years to settle.

Read Dr. Chandler’s article at:

Check out the “Protest against 5G” collection in the Anti-Wireless Shop on Links from the Home Page of this blog.

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