This is a message to all subscribers to Digital Survivor and anyone else reading this post:
People have contacted me with their concerns about 5G, often asking what they might do about the hazardous tech.
It’s pretty clear that everyone awake knows 5G comes with problems – whether relating to public health, environment, trees going missing, increased surveillance, reduced rights to privacy, and more.
It occurred to me that sharing our own thoughts and stories might help others realise how much they are not alone. Finding such solidarity brings strength.
Would you like to jot down your own hopes or fears and have them shared (anonymously!) on Digital Survivor?
If the answer is yes, then get in touch using the contact form.
Here is a recent example of an exchange:
A lady wrote in and said:
Most people don’t have a clue about 5G or smart meters, nor do I think they care. But I feel like it is my duty to at least put the information in front of them so they can make an informed decision.
I would like to form a group who is interested in spreading the word about invasive smart technologies, including Notices of Liability for UK citizens to resist smart meter installation.
I was wondering if you would like to collaborate with me. It would just be good to talk to someone about all this, as the topic is highly “verboten”.
Even among people who understand the dangers, they don’t want to talk about it. If you would like to chat or get together, I am up for it. It feels terrible knowing what I know and seeing everyone act oblivious to it all.
I applaud you for what you are doing, and could just use a little moral support.
After much thought, this is a slightly revised version of the Digital Survivor response, modified only for the purposes of what you are reading right now – i.e., getting people active:
Take or disregard whatever you want from this linked article, but I wrote it after receiving someone else’s message that was in many ways similar to the one you just sent me: https://digitalsurvivor.uk/2019/03/16/be-the-change/.
It’s up to us as individuals what we do or choose not to do. I’m not sure I have the energy to give individual moral support as such, unless that’s taken as part of something practical.
Perhaps an easy start would be to read the post I just linked to then write down what your values are generally in life. I’ll publish it – though you will remain anonymous or writing under a name of your choice – and write down what you believe you know. Perhaps hyperlink out if you want to cite any information sources.
If you want some inspiration, read https://digitalsurvivor.uk/2019/03/04/olive-branches-out-on-5g-campaigning/ and follow the two hyperlinks.
It shows how she was initially a person afraid for her family but who became an active Stop 5G campaigner in the period of only five days.
The other links within that post are to her initial contact (I anonymised her as a man at first) and an almost poetic letter she got in response from someone who’d been exactly in her position.
But you don’t have to rewrite Olive’s story or anything like that. As I said above, we make our own choices and we are entitled to, whatever they may be.
But it’d be great to get that sense of your general outlook on life, how 5G came along and what your reactions/feelings were.
I’d be happy to sub-edit it (not changing any meaning at all) into shape … The Olive story I link to above was in slightly broken English originally – which is absolutely fair enough!!! – but the message had such great value for showing just one example of how we are dragged reluctantly into facing 5G.
It’s a very human story and right now 5G’s assault is exactly an assault against humanity.
I only suggest this as a possible way we can help each other. We all need support.
Or maybe you have something entirely different in mind?
Let me know your thoughts.
My best …
The lady in question hasn’t responded yet. But hopefully she’ll see the value in my reply and continue contact.
Share your own story here
So if you’d like to let others know they’re not alone in being concerned over 5G, maybe you’d like to add your own voice? To share our stories as a living men and women in the face of what’s happening to us?
Here are the suggested main ingredients:
- A very brief outline of what your general attitude to life is;
- What you’ve heard about 5G;
- What worries you have for yourself, family and others;
- What you’d like to be able to do about it.
If you would like to contribute, please contact Digital Survivor. Full anonymity is guaranteed.