Posted by Sam Fenny - Memes and headline comments by David Icke Posted on 6 June 2024

What effect will a worldwide 5G network with its thousands of satellites have on all life and on Earth itself?

5G rollout began in the UK in 2019. Most of the UK was expected to have 5G coverage by 2022. However, the rollout has been affected by factors such as limited investment and disruption from the ban on Huawei kit.

EE has extended its 5G mobile broadband coverage to 14 new UK areas, with its network already covering over 50% of the UK population. EE’s 5G is live in over 50% of the UK population, and the plan is to cover the whole country by 2028.

All four other major UK mobile networks have launched 5G services, with technology firms also rolling out 5G-ready devices.

UK health authorities have consistently declared that 5G is safe for use. But is it?

Citizen scientist Shawn Loomis has written an essay explaining how 5G works; the ill effects it and its accompanying network of satellites will have on the electromagnetic shield of the Earth and how, by explaining the theory behind quantum biology and the fourth phase of water, a blanket of man-made electromagnetic frequencies will affect our bodies, minds and the world we live in.

How Are Guidelines Set?
UK health authorities have consistently declared 5G safe for use. The UK Health Security Agency (“UKHSA”), formerly Public Health England (“PHE”), has stated that the overall exposure to 5G is expected to remain low relative to guidelines and that there should be no consequences for public health.

UKHSA follows the guidelines set by the International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (“ICNIRP”) as recommended by two United Nations agencies: the World Health Organisation (“WHO”) and the International Telecommunication Union (“ITU”). WHO, ITU and ICNIRP monitor all research on the potential health effects of EMF exposure.

The USA does not directly follow ICNIRP guidelines but it does take them into account when developing its own guidelines. The USA’s guidelines for exposure to radiofrequency radiation are developed by the Federal Communications Commission (“FCC”). And the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (“NIOSH”) provides guidance for preventing overexposure to radiofrequency and microwave radiation in the workplace.

ICNIRP guidelines are based on a risk assessment approach, which considers the potential health effects of radiofrequency radiation exposure. In contrast, the USA’s guidelines are based on a more conservative approach, which sets exposure limits based on a margin of safety.

Further resources: The Current EMF Regulations Across the Globe : the US, Europe, Australia, + Asia, The Wave, 7 June 2022

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