The Fight Back Against 5G Begins!

EMF Tower

In a week that has seen hundreds of beautiful mature trees cut at the roots along streets in major cities in France, Holland, Ireland and the UK, all to facilitate the installation of 5G, the announcement today by Céline Fremault, that there will be no 5G in Brussels really does feel like a bit of a miracle.

Céline Fremault is a Government Minister of the Brussels-Capital Region, and she is responsible for Housing, Quality of Life, Environment and Energy. In her statement today she announced…

I cannot welcome such technology if the radiation standards, which must protect the citizen, are not respected, 5G or not. The people of Brussels are not guinea pigs whose health I can sell at a profit. We cannot leave anything to doubt.

This is exceptionally wonderful news, not least because it is clear that this Minister really understands what she is talking about. She is not basing her decision on thermal statistics, she is basing it on radiation levels. This really could not be better news!

Brussels, seat of the European Parliament, has refused 5G, and has done so telling the world that the RADIATION LEVELS are too high!

This really is immense and could ignite the beginning of the end for this egregiously suspect technology.

Read more about the science Céline Fremault used to make this decision on Collective Evolution, in an article by Josh del Dol

Read more about what a travesty 5G is on this website.

UPDATE :: 10th April 2019

After last week’s news about Brussels putting the brakes on 5G, Switzerland’s 3rd largest canton (i.e. region) has also called for a halt to 5G, adopting a moratorium.

Update: It’s been rumoured the moratorium in Vaud has been ignored.

Sweden still remains a bit of a shining beacon :: Sweden recognises electro-sensitivity in 3% of their population and pay to protect homes from wireless for these people. If one child at school is sensitive they immediately pull all wifi out.

About Rachel Wild

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