Health Concerns Have Stopped 5G Rollout in Australia!

Health Concerns Have Stopped 5G Rollout in Australia!

By B.N. Frank

No matter how proponents try to spin it, the Telecom Industry has provided NO scientific evidence that 5G exposure is safe and many credible doctors and scientists insist that IT ISN’T (see 1, 2, 3).  Symptoms from exposure include irritated eyes, increased sweating, and more.  In fact, people and their pets are already suffering from exposure where it’s been installed (see 1, 2, 3).

This being said — a big congratulations to Aussies for stopping 5G from being installed in the Land Down Under.

From Yahoo:

In 2018, fears of Chinese espionage dashed Huawei’s bid to help roll out the 5G network here. Now TPG is having to explain why it scrapped its own 5G aspirations and it appears its hand was forced – at least in part – by fears from the community about health impacts of the technology.

[…]

“You don’t think there is any scientific rationale for this do you?” ACCC counsel Michael Hodge QC then asked Levy.

Levy responded that while it was “not his area of expertise…the equipment that we were using was well within the standard and it is very much acceptable in terms of the standards”.

Hodge then asked if “there was some segment of the community that held an irrational concern about the effects” of the small cells used in a 5G network.

“I wouldn’t call it irrational. I think people have rational concerns,” Levy responded.

[…]

While TPG has listed several reasons for pulling the plug on its new network, it has now testified that those health fears were a major factor.

Opposition to 5G is worldwide.  It’s also about more than health risks and concerns.  Warnings have been cited by

Activist Post reports regularly about 5G as well as exposure risks from other sources of harmful Electromagnetic Radiation aka “Electrosmog”.  For more information, visit our archives and the following websites.

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