Would you pay £8 (£10 on the door) for a talk about the dangers of 5G? Maybe if it was given by someone knowledgeable ... like Ian R Crane ...
Max Igan explains a major victory where 5G was stopped in his part of Australia through use of criminal codes. Yes folks, 5G and wireless tech really is a form of physical assault!
Tin or aluminium foil coated with Copper Oxide paint is extremely effective in eliminating RF and other electromagnetic field problems.
Fullerton Informer Joe Imbriano lays out the weaponised reality of WiGig routers and why we need to refuse them/
This is not fear porn. The clips are illustrations of how a few seek to control the rest of us - to the point life won't exist as we currently know it.
Lord knows Digital Survivor has been subjected to all manner of social engineering attempts from a variety of sources - but this is not one of the more laughable ones.
Those who we might imagine would be working in our interest are, in fact, working against us.
Fullerton Informer Joe Imbriano on why 5G phones will never arrive but the surveillance kill-matrix will.
So good to see others reminding people that we need to get out from behind our keyboards and onto the streets if we are to face down the wireless hazard of 5G and associated technologies.
If it weren't tragic it'd be funny how Stop 5G campaigners are running round in circles as the hazardous tech rolls out despite their efforts.
Interesting emails doing the rounds just now and #Stop 5G activists might want to think hard before they reply.
Smart meters may not be compulsory but the message is clear that consumers will pay through the nose for their gas and electricity if they don't accept one.
There is a route to defeat 5G through the criminal courts that has already proven very successful. Max Igan discusses this with lawyer Ray Broomhall.
A 2016 report states that radio-frequency radiation from wi-fi increases release of toxic mercury from amalgam fillings in teeth.
It's those pesky Russians! New York Times tries to deflect criticism of 5G by attacking RT?
Fancy £750 a day for a 35-hour week telling public and private sector organisations what to do with 5G? Here's your chance!
Despite industry disinformation, smart meters are not compulsory in Britain. But there will soon be no ability to resist - unless you're prepared to pay more for your household energy under a pay-as-you-go plan.
Max Igan asks, "Are you a human being or are you a consumer?" in this mp3 of his latest Surviving the Matrix broadcast.