5G – A Chance To Do Something

toweremission1I’ve just  received a response to an enquiry to New Zealand’s Minister of Broadcasting, Communications and Digital Media – formerly Clare Cullan and now Hon Kris Faafoi. I wanted to know what level of awareness there was regarding the very serious risks to the health of New Zealand citizens of implementing a 5G network in New Zealand. The response was comprehensive and well expressed and showed that the current government (and the former National Party government) can only rely on the advisory bodies that they are duty bound to adhere to.

Their principal reference is the International Commission on Non-Ionising Radiation Protection (ICNIRP), an independent advisory board that works in collaboration with the World Health Organisation (WHO). It seems that all advice goes back to the ICNIRP and WHO. Scientific, health and medical commentators have repeatedly pointed out that the guidelines set by these bodies are hopelessly underestimated to the detriment of all life forms. The Precautionary Principle is apparently unknown to those who set the current guidelines. The criticism of the guidelines is based on thousands of peer-reviewed studies.

We all need to have a good grasp of 5G – what it is, where it is heading, and what the likely impact will be. Only when we know about it can we do something about it. I have found no better source of information than the International Appeal to Stop 5G on Earth and in Space. This is essential reading. Please also consider sending the link on to others: https://www.5gspaceappeal.org/the-appeal/

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