By B.N. Frank
Many cities and countries have already taken action against 5G deployment by banning it, filing lawsuits, issuing moratoriums, passing ordinances and resolutions (see 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6. 7. 8). Since 2018, there have been reports of people and animals becoming sick after it was turned on (see 1. 2, 3, 4).
Of course it’s not just 5G that is harmful. All sources of Electromagnetic Radiation (aka “Electrosmog”) is biologically and environmentally harmful. This includes Bluetooth, cell phone and WiFi radiation. Health experts have been warning about exposure risks for many years and continue to do so (see 1, 2). This includes the World Health Organization and American Academy of Pediatrics. Even Dr. Oz has warned about exposure!
Kudos to these Canadians for appealing to their government to stop 5G deployment and invest in safer wired connections instead.
Twenty-Four Canadian Groups Say: Suspend 5G Until Proven Safe
Appeal to the Government of Canada “Look Before We Leap”
For Immediate Release
May 14, 2020
Ottawa: Scientists and citizens groups from across Canada are demanding the right to say “No” to 5G in their neighbourhoods. Twenty four Canadian groups are banding together and appealing to the Trudeau government for a national moratorium on 5G roll out, until questions about its human health effects are resolved.
“This has nothing to do with Covid-19. All groups launching this Appeal condemn acts of violence such as burning antenna towers” said one of the organizers. “The Parliamentary Health Committee has been investigating the negative health impacts of cell phones, cell towers and Wi-Fi for over a decade. So far the only assurance that it’s safe comes from the wireless companies profiting from it, but scientists disagree.”
This marks the first Canada-wide consensus statement calling for safe Internet.
“Health Canada’s 2015 guidelines for human exposure to non-ionizing radiation (Safety Code 6) were out of date before they were published, and the review process was flawed,” said Dr. Meg Sears, PhD, Chair of Ottawa based Prevent Cancer Now, one of the signatory groups. “Hundreds of peer-reviewed, published studies show that radiofrequency (RF) radiation can cause cancers, damage sperm and DNA, impair reproduction, learning and memory, and more. We should be limiting public exposure, not increasing it.”
“We have sufficient data to classify RF radiation as a Group 1, known human carcinogen, along with, for example, asbestos and tobacco smoke,” states Dr. Anthony Miller MD, Professor Emeritus of the Dalla Lana School of Public Health, University of Toronto, who worked with the International Agency for Research on Cancer on the 2011 scientific review. Dr. Miller is a signatory to the appeal.