How would you feel if you knew that an untested technology is being deployed across America with no government oversight, no transparency, no public input, no regulations, and no long-term studies on health and environmental impacts? How would you feel if you knew sensors are rolling out to be installed in everything, from clothing, appliances, building materials, automobiles, cosmetics, toys, computers, furniture, etc, turning our world into the Internet of Everything, as a component of this untested technology?
Wouldn’t that be cool; living in a virtual reality where every single object and living thing is connected into a wireless global network? Allowing every single thing we do to be completely monitored and controlled, collecting every bit of data about our lives as we go about our day. Ultimately, all this information will be sold (and hacked) to corporations, nations, and various alphabet agencies to be analyzed, synthesized, and made available for anyone to do as they please because this new untested millimeter wave frequency, known as 5G, is currently being quietly deployed throughout America: under the radar.
THE EARLY YEARS
Most of you don't know this about me, but I was actually an early adopter of wireless technology. In fact, I made a living from it back in 1990-91 when I had the first cellular phone store in Nevada County. It was on E. Main St., directly across from the Grass Valley City Hall, and called Empire Cellular.
It was bequeathed to me, name and all, while sitting at the bar of the Nevada City North Ridge Inn with my former high school buddy, Dirk McCall. He was looking for an exit strategy from the business while I was looking for an income.
Soon after inheriting Dirk’s cellular phone store I began making a hefty profit from the business. However, with the way I roll, within a year and a half I sold the business for pennies and hitched a ride to Alaska to commercial fish: I had been bored out of my wits.
However, it was during that short year and a half stint on East Main that I became enamored with the cellular industry and would become a huge advocate. Once I opened my doors to business I was the local-go to person for your cellular service and installation. You could find me regularly yanking out a car's dashboard components to insert a cable and pop antennas atop my customers’ cars. At that time the Motorola Bag Phone was all the rage and seemed Star Trekian in its nature.
I bestowed upon my customers the merits and benefits of the growing global cellular service world. I was looking forward to the day that we had a sky full of Low Earth Orbiting satellites (LEO); giving us superior cellular capacity in every nook and cranny of the world.
Back then I couldn't wait.
Owning the first cellular storefront in Nevada County encouraged me to keep an eye on the industry over the last 25 years, waiting excitedly for its development. However, over the course of those years the telecom industry has fallen out of my favor.
Don't get me wrong, there are many benefits to the wireless world. I'm not debating that. In fact, I must note the irony has not gotten past me that as I write this I’m completely dependent upon a laptop and a wireless modem. It’s just that the 5G network is not just about better and faster cell service. Not-even-close.
THIS IS WHY
It’s not what you think. It certainly wasn't what I was thinking back in 1991. In fact, I had no idea what this industry had planned for our entire planet.
This never became more apparent than during last year’s summer press conference when Tom Wheeler, former head of the CTIA, the vast telecoms lobby-group, and controversial chair of the Federal Communications Commission, proposed an unbridled "massive deployment" of commercial 5G transmitters, launching in 2020.
Anticipating "tens of billions of dollars" of economic growth with US telecoms "first out of the gate," Wheeler informed the American public that they needed to "Stay out of the way of technological development! Turning innovation loose is far preferable to expecting ... regulators to define the future."
Those pesky regulators. What do they think they are doing protecting the public?
Then with little fanfare, the FCC approved swathes of untested high frequency networks for private sector exploitation – ultimately setting a very dangerous trend: With no mention of health or environmental impacts, oversight, or corporate responsibility.
By year 2020 the telecom industry intends to cover America with over 2 million of these “small cells” installed on every lamp post, on buildings, power poles, basically, everywhere, giving no person, bug, or animal a place to escape.
In addition, those hidden “sensors” I mentioned earlier that will be tucked in every item you buy off a shelf will be monitoring, tracking, and sending out signals, experts have discovered that the skin, our largest organ, does respond to 5G and in fact our sweat ducts can act as antennas and can receive signals. This has not been tested for safety and experts in the field expect a jump in melanoma rates around the nation.
Leading health advocates and respected scientists around the world are alarmed, to say the least. Dr. Joel Moskowitz, director of community health studies at the University of California, warns "precaution is warranted before 5G is unleashed on the world."
Former government physicist Dr. Ron Powell points out the plans "would irradiate everyone, including the most vulnerable to harm from radiofrequency radiation: pregnant women, unborn children, young children...the elderly, the disabled, and the chronically ill... It would set a goal of irradiating all environments."
POLITICS OF EVERYTHING
The likelihood of you hearing about 5G is close to nil because that's the way the telecommunication industry wants it. This has been rolling out under the radar as much as an untested, certainly unvetted, technology possibly can.
It was after finding out several weeks ago that the California League of Cities uncovered our California legislators attempting to slip SB 649 into the Consent Items like a Trojan Horse among a basket of 350 other pending California bills, I have been forced by my conscience to search even deeper into the 5G technology coming out the other end more and more disturbed and with many more questions than answers. I want to say this again; I have more questions than answers.
Don’t count on your local newspaper to cover this. Corporate media seems to have turned a dangerously blind eye on this legislation, ignoring the threat against democracy while the very bill itself was authored by California Senator Ben Hueso; one of the biggest recipients of telecom industry contributions in California.
In the meantime, the wireless industry is pushing this through so quickly it is ignoring the Internatonal EMF Scientists' Appeal to the United Nations. As of March 22, 2017, the appeal has received 225 signatures from 41 nations “to the United Nations asking the UN and all its member states in the world, encouraging the World Health Organization (WHO) to exert strong leadership in fostering the development of more protective EMF guidelines about health risks, particularly risk to children and fetal development. By not taking action that who is failing to fulfill its role as a preeminent international public health agency.” This is only one reason why I feel we need to slow down the expansionism of the Wireless/G5 network.
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