This morning, a mainstream European digital-media news site twice warned me not to “launch alarms” over health concerns involving the rollout of 5G technology – and said that a United Nations agency has admitted no health tests have been done.
The news site, Comunicare Digitale, was posting video clips onto its Twitter feed from the European Union 5G Conference being held in Brussels today.
In one such clip, the issue of health concerns relating to 5G were discussed from the podium. It mentioned “international standards” without addressing any of the wider concerns millions are currently waking up to right across the world about 5G’s potentially adverse effects on human health.
A quote-retweet on my now defunct Twitter page (see illustration above) described the video clip as consisting of “deflection, disinformation and whitewash over the health risks of 5G and EMF technology”. (A tad harsh perhaps but hardly inaccurate.)
Comunicare Digitale replied very shortly after the retweet saying Digital Survivor had been brought to the attention of the conference – where it was admitted that 5G health worries cannot be answered as “the 5G network is not up and run (sic)” (confirming that no public health tests have been carried out before 5G is piloted and rolled out).
Look at the illustration immediately below (click to enlarge) to see the full exchange, which includes two separate requests not to “launch alarms” – almost as if Digital Survivor were the only web presence doing so.
NOTE THAT @ITU – quoted in the exchange below between Digital Survivor and @ComunicareDigitale – is an official agency of the UNITED NATIONS – admitting that 5G has not been tested for safety!
This is illegal and against the Nuremberg Code (1949) and many similar international codes!
United Nations tagged into the thread
Note that @ITU, the International Telecommunication Union “committed to connecting the world”, was tagged into the Twitter exchange
ITU is an official United Nations agency.
The ITU’s website states: “ITU is the United Nations specialized agency for information and communication technologies – ICTs. We allocate global radio spectrum and satellite orbits, develop the technical standards that ensure networks and technologies seamlessly interconnect, and strive to improve access to ICTs to underserved communities worldwide.”