A leading activist and expert on electromagnetic radiation and health has described the roll out of 5G as a “massive health experiment” which could “become a global catastrophe.”
According to Arthur Robert Firstenberg, super fast broadband could cause cancer in humans, kill wildlife and even cause the Earth’s magnetic field to change.
The deployment of 5G constitutes an experiment on humanity and the environment that is defined as a crime under international law.
The US roll-out of the new network has already begun in cities like Houston, Indianapolis, Los Angeles, and Sacramento.
When the first satellites were launched in the late 1990’s for mobile phones, on the day they were launched people sensitive to these things got very sick. The mortality rate rose in the USA by 5-10% and there were reports that birds were not flying anymore.
Firstenberg also claims that, in areas of the world where roll-out of 5G antennas has already begun, the local population, including insects and other wildlife, are already getting sick.
He claims to have a condition known as electromagnetic hypersensitivity, which induces symptoms like dizziness, nausea, amnesia, insomnia, tremors, heart arrhythmia, acute and chronic pain, among others though it is still not scientifically or medically recognized.
In September 2018, Mill Valley city council, in California, voted to block development of 5G towers and small cells in residential areas citing “serious adverse health and environmental impacts caused by the microwave radiation emitted from these 4G and 5G Small Cell Towers.
In total, 215 global scientists from 40 different countries have allegedly signed an appeal calling for international protection from non-ionizing electromagnetic field exposure.
The effects include, but are not limited to, “increased cancer risk, cellular stress, increase in harmful free radicals, genetic damages, structural and functional changes of the reproductive system, learning and memory deﬁcits, neurological disorders, and negative impacts on general well-being.
News Punch / ABC Flash Point News 2019.