Digital Survivor received a great message of support this morning after yesterday’s Twitter exchange with Comunicare Digitale at the 5G Conference in Brussels.

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Yesterday’s post ,”OFFICIAL! Don’t Raise Health Concerns About 5G“, highlighted the glossing over of health concerns regarding 5G technology by podium members at the conference – which was backed by the European Union and the United Nations.

Conference participants were asked if there were serious health problems or consequences due to 5G and those participants informed them that it was “impossible to say” since “the 5G network was not up and running”.

The message this morning came from the Stop 5G Appeal (their associated website is 5gspaceappeal.org).

I reproduce the text below in full, along with two related videos they wanted to be included in this blog post:

I do not know why you should be singled out by Comunicare Digitale and the European Union 5G Conference today. There have been 44 appeals to date from EMF scientists and doctors’ organisations urging the UN, WHO and governments to take the precautionary principle into account and promulgate effective and appropriate regulations governing exposure limits that take into account the known biological effects of electromagnetic radiation and thereby protect the public from the scientifically established devastating effects of EMFs.

They asked the conference participants if there were serious health problems or consequences due to 5G and those participants informed them that it was “impossible to say” since “the 5G network was not up and running”. By their own admission, the conference participants acknowledge that the 5G rollout is the biggest biological experiment in human history, since they plan to measure public exposure levels and health consequences AFTER the rollout. This is illegal under the Nuremberg Code, which forbids experimentation on human beings without informed consent.

This is what the European Parliament stated in its mid-term review of the European Environment and Health Action Plan 2004-2010 (2008):
“The European Parliament… [n]otes that the LIMITS ON EXPOSURE to electromagnetic fields which have been set for the general public are OBSOLETE, … obviously take no account of developments in information and communication technologies, of the recommendations issued by the European Environment Agency or of the stricter emission standards adopted, for example, by Belgium, Italy and Austria, and DO NOT ADDRESS THE ISSUE OF VULNERABLE GROUPS, SUCH AS PREGNANT WOMEN, NEWBORN BABIES AND CHILDREN.”

Further, the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child says that States shall “undertake to ensure the child such protection and care as is necessary for his or her well-being” (art. 3), “ensure… the survival and development of the child” (art. 6) and “take appropriate measures to combat disease… taking into consideration the dangers and risks of environmental pollution” (art. 24(c)). Electromagnetic radiation is one such extremely toxic environmental pollutant and perhaps THE major one.

There are tens of thousands of studies showing the dangerous biological effects of EMFs and you are totally right in questioning the wisdom – indeed the reckless endangerment of human life and the environment – demonstrated by the rollout of 5G, a completely untested new communications technology.

Not only is ground-based 5G a threat to all life on Earth, but the imminent launch of tens of thousands of satellites intended to “blanket” – the word universally used in 5G documentation – the Earth with millimetre waves is a humanitarian crime in the making.

Well done for bringing this to the attention of the public. Those wishing to understand this issue and take action may wish to read the International Appeal to Stop 5G on Earth and in Space, available at www.5gspaceappeal.org, and take urgent action to prevent the 5G assault on all life on Earth.

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The two videos below summarise the message of the Stop 5G Appeal very well:

(Thanks to RT America for uploading this clip to Youtube)