On August 24, 2019, in Kowloon Bay, demonstrators used tools such as hand-to-hand chainsaw to dismantle a 5G intelligent lamppost and cut the wires in the lamppost.
“5G cell towers have a low latency capability – or the ability to know where you are in real time. Each cell contains over 1000 directional antennae according to Samsung. This is part of the social credit system that has ruined many lives in China. Pray for these people……”
We have often written about how the rapidly growing hazard of electromagnetic “energy pollution” created by the advent of 5G, the “fifth generation” of wireless connectivity is a new threat to human health and longevity. It has also been referred to as the “Global Microwave Oven.”
Most recently, an Act relating to exposure to radiation in schools, a state of emergency was signed into law in Oregon on August 9, 2019 by Governor Kate Brown.
Bill Summary: “Oregon Health Authority to review peer-reviewed, independently funded scientific studies of health effects of exposure to microwave radiation, particularly exposure that results from use of wireless network technologies in schools and to report results of review to interim committee of Legislative Assembly related to education not later than January 2, 2021.”
We especially want to emphasize the potential cumulative affects the growth of these newer “Generations” will have on children, who are now exposed to radiation through cell phones and multiple electronic devices on a daily basis. To date, no safe level of radiofrequency radiation has ever been established for children who will face greater and greater layers of wireless connectivity over a lifetime.
Parents need to be aware the potential affects the growth these newer “Generations” will have on children, who are exposed to radiation through cell phone and electronic devices on a daily basis. How will this have affected them when they are age 65?
An average classroom contains more cumulative radio frequency radiation than the average home or office. Imagine the emissions within any high school classroom: 28 cell phones in pockets, two commercial grade wifi routers over their heads along with 28 new Chromebook tablets.
While unable to find specific data on the leading Internet services providers direct contributions to the “rollout” of 5G, we were contacted by Comparitech, who’s researchers compiled and analyzed 51 Internet Service Providors’ (ISP) lobbying expenses from the US Senate’s Lobbying Disclosure Act database, which dates back to 1998.
2018 was the biggest year yet for ISP lobbying at $80 million as compiled by https://www.comparitech.com
Top 5 ISP Lobbying Spenders
The ISPs that spent the most on lobbying since 1998 are all household names:
- AT&T = $341,167,168
- Verizon = $264,973,043
- Comcast = $200,199,323
- Sprint Corporation = $80,759,621
- Deutsche Telekom (T-Mobile USA since 2007) = $69,617,598
Top 5 ISP Lobbying Spenders in 2018
These ISPs spent the most on lobbying last year:
- AT&T = $15.8 million
- Comcast = $15.1 million
- Verizon = $10.5 million
- Charter Communications = $9.4 million
- Deutsche Telekom (T-Mobile USA) = $8.1 million
We then drilled down to find out who our US House and Senate representatives received the most money in 2018 from these leading ISP spenders:
|McCaskill, Claire (D-MO)||Senate||$27,513|
|Pallone, Frank Jr (D-NJ)||House||$26,950|
|Heller, Dean (R-NV)||Senate||$18,666|
|Barrasso, John A (R-WY)||Senate||$16,500|
|O’Rourke, Beto (D-TX)||House||$16,256|
|O’Rourke, Beto (D-TX)||House||$130,616|
|Rosen, Jacky (D-NV)||House||$66,452|
|McCaskill, Claire (D-MO)||Senate||$60,981|
|Jones, Doug (D-AL)||Senate||$54,815|
|Hill, Katie (D-CA)||House||$48,817|
|Casey, Bob (D-PA)||Senate||$132,428|
|Nelson, Bill (D-FL)||Senate||$52,653|
|McCaskill, Claire (D-MO)||Senate||$50,017|
|Tester, Jon (D-MT)||Senate||$49,040|
|Scanlon, Mary Gay (D-PA)||House||$47,950|
|Senate||Tester, Jon (D-MT)||$43,913|
|Senate||Nelson, Bill (D-FL)||$33,058|
|Senate||Murphy, Christopher S (D-CT)||$30,938|
|Senate||Wicker, Roger (R-MS)||$29,800|
|House||Wagner, Ann L (R-MO)||$25,750|
Deutsche Telekom (T-Mobile USA since 2007)
House Nadler, Jerrold (D-NY) $12,500
House Walden, Greg (R-Oregon) $12,000
House DelBene, Suzan (D-WA) $11,200
Senate Cruz, Ted (R-TX) $10,794
Senate Blackburn, Marsha (R-TN). $10,500
Names, often repeated, include Senators Bill Nelson, Claire McCaskill, Beto O’Rourke and Jon Testler, all Democrats.
There are currently approximately 60 federal bills pertaining to wireless expansion, 5g-small cell siting, driverless cars, and the Internet of Things.
According to https://whatis5g.info/government-actions/, HR 7236 is a new, presumably Telecom-generated House Resolution. Was it in response to Senator Blumenthal’s letter to FCC Commissioner Carr requesting “the science” re health effects of 5g? Who knows its etiology.
But the gist of this new resolution is that a so-called “independent” data base (designated by the FCC and presumably underwritten by tax-payer money) will be set up to report on the Radiofrequency safety of “covered facilities”, notifying the public of areas of hazard.
AND VOILÀ- THE “PIÈCE DE RÉSISTANCE.” Telecom will not be held liable!!
Text from bill:
“A person [company] described in subsection (b)(1) with respect to a covered facility shall not be liable in any civil action for an injury alleged to have been caused by radiofrequency radiation emissions of such facility”
Compartiech defines lobbying expenses as “any money used to influence local, state, or federal legislators and regulators. According to the IRS, that includes expenses incurred to participate or intervene in any political campaign for or against a candidate for public office. Attempts to influence the public about elections, legislative matters, and referendums also count as lobbying.”
This is a continuing story.
Source: Expert Medical Scientific Testimony On 5G And Radiation Health Effects
Statistical Analysis of ISP Spending: https://www.comparitech.com