The wireless lie

A hackneyed saying suits the intensifying opposition to 5G: ‘Closing the barn door after the horse ran away.’ Horse out of barn, protest out of context.

We see exclamations: “The government can’t prove 5G is safe!” “The Telecom Industry has admitted there are no studies showing 5G technology is safe!” And burning questions like, “Is 5G worth the unknown risks?” The best question is, “What’s wrong with these people?”

Exclaimers apparently wish to ignore, or don’t know, that Industry Government (‘IG,’ representing the virtually conjoined monolith) can’t prove any wireless tech (the context) is safe. Whereas, there are many thousands of ignored and dismissed scientific studies beginning in the 1950’s saying it isn’t. Yes, IG claimed safety all along—a claim based on deceit, lies and scientific fraud.

Based on microwave stealth-weapons research, the government knew of dangers to humans sufficient to forbid marketing—at least a decade before that criminal event in 1984. By the way, weapons emit much less power than cell phones.

It would dawn on relatively few citizens that the dangers were precisely why the technology was mandated – a weapon for causing illness adapted for telecom. Of course, profit and the wireless foundation of a global surveillance and human-control system also figure prominently.

“Only the small secrets need to be protected. The big ones are kept secret by public disbelief.” – Marshall McLuhan


Why fret over ‘unknown risks’ when we have serious, well known ones in the larger context? Question: “Is wireless technology per se worth the long-known, environment-killing, terminally pathological risks”? Apparently yes, since we’re passionately and zealously embracing it, despite numerous dire warnings that it’s destroying environment and health.

Well of course, users cling to hope, promoted by ‘concerned’ scientists, activists, tech-educators and others, of ‘safe, biologically based exposure standards’ on the horizon (coming soon to a pipe dream near you). If you buy that, there are a couple of bridges and some swamp land with your name on them.


If 5G by itself is worse than 4G by itself, then isn’t the 5G protest saying that we’ll let the 500-pound safe drop on our head, but not that nasty 1000-pound one? Yes, we can’t wait to get back to that comfortable space of ending life ‘softly’ with 4G.

As many as 250 international scientists have signed the International EMF (electromagnetic field) Scientist Appeal to the WHO and UN. This begs the Secretary General and UN affiliate bodies to encourage precautionary measures to limit EMF exposures and to educate the public about health risks, particularly to children and pregnant women.

“I ask for any scientist(s) from industry / government to ‘humiliate’ me live ‘on-air’ with their expert knowledge by answering one question: ‘What is the safe level of microwave irradiation for the ovarian follicles during the first 100 days development of the embryo?’” Barrie Trower, PhD, Wi-Fi – A Thalidomide in the Making. Who Cares? (9/2013) p.18.

No offers yet.

Some of the better known “Appeal” signatories are Joel Moskowitz, PhD; Magda Havas, PhD; and Devra Lee Davis, PhD, MPH. Heretofore, however, none of these professionals suggests, or even mentions the possibility of, ‘no safe dose,’ implying the only exposure standard or ground rule that ensures survival: Zero power level. Nor does the Appeal. Professionals requesting futility?

Not only is there not, nor can there be, a safe exposure standard for all life, but how can we expect help from the servants of a global establishment that developed the technology as a pathological stealth weapon in the first place?

Why not make the whole point? Why not protest/reject wireless tech per se, 5G included? Get rid of wireless per se, 5G goes with it. Ah, there’s the rub, no? Fascinated, obsessed, addicted users crave convenience and artificial dependencies – fetuses, kids, pregnant women, the elderly, pets, life on Earth be damned.

Not to dismiss 5G dangers, though: While the original wireless system is the spawn of a military weapon, the high frequency millimeter wavelength of 5G makes it ‘cousin’ to the military’s ‘non-lethal’ microwave weapon for crowd control, the Active Denial System (ADS). In development since the 1990’s, it emits ‘high density’ radiation at 95 gigahertz.

ADS allegedly penetrates skin to about 1/64th of an inch. By allegedly heating moisture on the skin’s surface, ADS produces an intense heating effect. But sweat ducts and nerve endings are in the path as well. An Israeli study shows that sweat ducts act as antennas for the type of radiation used in 5G.

ADS is touted as harmless though excruciatingly painful, forcing the target to escape the beam…if it can. Only if properly adjusted, however, is ADS/5G harmless, according to claims. “Turn it up” and and you can cook folks on the spot. Not that this can’t be done with sufficiently powerful 4G radiation.


  • Don’t buy any wireless device or gadget. Especially anything “Smart” (euphemism for Monumentally Stupid). Get rid of the ones you have. Demand and use wired systems.
  • Protest SpaceX (madman Elon Musk), OneWeb, Boeing, Amazon and any other entity involved in launching telecom satellites.
  • Display signs on your property to alert neighbors and passersby about the wireless grid that has been built and the 5G grid being built.
  • Organize local discussion groups to exchange information with others from your area. Refer them here and here.
  • Educate your local elected and appointed officials about the terminally pathological effects of 4G, and that therefore there should be no untested 5G. Refer them to the above-linked articles.
  • Make big noise about IG pre-marketing knowledge of the dangers of wireless infrastructure and devices.
  • Don’t use WiFi for any reason. It’s worse than cell phone radiation.

Wireless tech has brought society to a new fork in its evolutionary road: Convenience, money, total surveillance and illness/death to the left; survival to the right. Which will you choose, consumer? TJ

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