When you really think about it, "conspiracy theorists” have had a pretty good track record during the pandemic, so maybe they have the right to be concerned about 5G too.
If you look deeper than the average person who uses the internet, you’ll find numerous studies on the harmful effects of certain electromagnetic fields (EMFs). That’s right – beyond the front page of Google, Bing, MSN, and other search engines, you’ll find documentation of the adverse effects caused by EMFs. Sometimes I even wonder if EMFs were recognized as harmful in the past and maybe as we advanced technologically we forgot about its associated risks. My idea doesn’t actually seem too far-fetched when you take into account how CNN did a report on the dangers of EMFs back in 1985, even though it was more focused on the dangers of them being used as a weapon.
Still, I understand how this topic can be hard to grasp for most, especially when we’re surrounded by frequencies all day – think microwaves, cell phones, television, and of course, 5G towers. But let’s not forget that the human body is largely electrical, with our cells being affected by the slightest exposure to radiation. As of today, you’ll find that the idea of the newly erected 5G towers being “harmful” is largely theoretical…but that’s only according to mainstream websites.
So let’s do our own “fact-checking” by taking a look at some of the studies of EMFs and come to our own conclusions without the biases the Telecom industry has implanted in most of the population.
CNN’s Account of EMFs
Many people probably wouldn’t believe me if I told them CNN released a segment in 1985 on electromagnetic frequencies, even describing them as “new weapons of war.” CNN asked the Department of Defense and the Air Force about their use of RF Technology (radio frequency) but was met with no answer. One of the reporters in the video, Chuck DeCaro, took part in an experiment with a prototype device that projected images into his mind without the use of electrodes.
CNN also hired a physicist and an electrical engineer to create an RF machine that could interfere with thoughts and emotions. The machine they made was actually cheap and made from materials you can gather at an electronics store (if you know what you’re doing). It emitted a magnetic field, albeit weak, but still effective. The electrical engineer in the report stated that creating an effective RF device can induce certain hallucinations in individuals and direct them to act outside their normal behavior.
An effective RF device can induce hallucinations in individuals and direct them to act outside their normal behavior.
When asked how easy it would be to create an RF weapon, the engineer replied by saying, “In three weeks I can put together a weapon that can take care of a whole town.” Part two of the segment even includes studies that show RF signals can dissolve specific red brain cells, causing nausea and disorientation.
35 years later, we can only imagine how much this technology has advanced.
I also find it interesting that this same segment frequently gets deleted from YouTube. But besides the fact that RF signals could be used in ways we can’t even imagine, here is a list of tangible reasons why we should stay wary of the Telecom industry.
The Connection between EMFs and Covid
Having a healthy immune system, proper blood flow, and oxygen transport are all incredibly important when it comes to fighting viral infections. There is scientific evidence that low-frequency and radio-frequency electromagnetic fields from the electricity grid and wireless communication can weaken our immune system, promote blood clotting, and increase intracellular calcium ion concentration and oxidative stress, thus promoting virus replication. EMFs “will therefore have a negative impact on the course and severity of viral infections.”
A September 2021 study titled “Evidence for a Connection between Coronavirus Disease-19 and Exposure to Radiofrequency Radiation from Wireless Communications Including 5G” published in the Journal of Clinical and Translational Research details how wireless communications radiation (WCR) like 5G was a cofactor in creating a toxic environment that contributed to the spread of the pandemic. The document shows evidence that WCR can cause hypercoagulation, impair microcirculation (the circulation of blood in the smallest vessels), reduce hemoglobin, weaken the immune system, cause inflammation, and increase the production of free radicals. The list goes on.
The study also pointed out that 5G and Covid initially had correlated paths: “SARS-CoV-2, the virus that caused the COVID-19 pandemic, surfaced in Wuhan, China shortly after the implementation of city-wide (fifth generation [5G] of wireless communications radiation [WCR]), and rapidly spread globally, initially demonstrating a statistical correlation to international communities with recently established 5G networks.”
The countries that were least developed had far fewer Covid deaths than the areas that had 5G.
Another article from June 2020 shows more studies that provide evidence of EMFs increasing viral infections. The article also mentions that while there are theories that the Covid-19 virus was caused by 5G, there is no evidence of this yet. It does, however, mention that the countries that were negatively affected the most (with the highest number of deaths in a population of a million) were countries that had a well-established infrastructure of wireless communications. The countries that were least developed had far fewer deaths than the areas that had 5G.
How Cell Phone Use Can Reduce Sperm Count
One Austrian-Canadian study conducted by Queen’s University found that cell phone use could lead to low sperm quality, thus decreasing fertility in men. They discovered that men who used cell phones (this study took place in 2011) had higher levels of testosterone circulating in the body but lower levels of luteinizing hormone, the hormone that’s responsible for stimulating the testes in men and ovaries in the female reproductive system.
Another independent publication from Europe found that signals emitted from cell phones also disrupt DNA and impair brain function. And according to the National Toxicology Program, rats that were exposed to radio frequency radiation (RFR) from cell phones at 900MHz (5G uses 600 MHz to 6GHz!) for two years showed evidence of carcinogenic activity. But not only did they grow both benign and malignant tumors, but some of them also showed an increase in lesions of the heart, brain, and the endocrine system – supporting the idea that frequencies can have a negative impact on the reproductive system of humans.
Signals emitted from cell phones disrupt DNA and impair brain function.
In 2011, the International Agency for Research on Cancer classified radiofrequency radiation as Group 2B, a possible human carcinogen, after “human epidemiological studies gave evidence of increased risk for glioma and acoustic neuroma,” types of tumors that develop in the nervous system.
The Court Orders on the Safety of EMFs
Back in August 2021, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit ordered the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to reexamine the health and safety guidelines for 5G. The case was filed by none other than Robert F. Kennedy Jr. just one year earlier.
“The court’s decision exposes the FCC and FDA as captive agencies that have abandoned their duty to protect public health in favor of a single-minded crusade to increase telecom industry profits,” said Kennedy.
So despite what you may hear in the media, there are other groups that have attempted to fight against 5G and have made appeals, and lots of them are doctors and scientists. Yes, that’s right – what most people are unaware of are the scientists who recognize the harmful effects of EMFs, because the only ones we hear about are the ones who dismiss or downplay the effects of 5G towers.
EMFs and Havana Syndrome
We already know that EMFs can be weaponized against people, since a CIA assessment released just this week showed that a possible EMF weapon has been used against U.S. diplomats for years. Starting in 2016, U.S. diplomats at the American embassy in Havana, Cuba began reporting "dizziness, headache, fatigue, nausea, anxiety, cognitive difficulties and memory loss of varying severity," according to The Wall Street Journal. But since then, diplomats serving in U.S. embassies around the world have reported similar symptoms, leaving the medical community baffled as to what could cause this mysterious "Havana syndrome."
A CIA panel recently found that pulsed electromagnetic energy could cause Havana syndrome.
The CIA panel's findings expanded on a 2020 report by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine, which also found that "pulsed electromagnetic energy, also referred to as microwave energy, was the most plausible culprit." The report noted that Russia has long been working on studying and developing this technology. The panel found that “pulsed electromagnetic energy plausibly explains” the main cases, “although information gaps exist.”
It’s Not Just About Health
While most people are concerned about the effects EMFs have on the body, there’s something else to be concerned about – surveillance. If you think the surveillance systems implanted in smartphones, social media, and government agencies are bad now, just wait until 5G enabled technology comes out. You can actually see examples of such tech in China today. Don’t be surprised if high-definition security cameras with face-tracking technology become the norm once everyone has finally made the switch from 4G to 5G. And if it sounds like a conspiracy theory, as someone who worked in the telecom industry for years, I can sadly confirm that it’s not.
Don’t allow yourself to be riddled with fear or anxiety just yet. I still have hope that the more awareness we raise on the harmful effects of EMFs, the more people will come together and bring about change.
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