Tonight’s update is devoted to the Court decision in the Netherlands which was decided against the group asking for an injunction of the 5G grid. Basically, the Judge said he wasn’t capable of making a decision about scientific evidence where there is a difference of opinion about safety. So much for expert testimony. The first article was reporting that the lawsuit had been filed. The second is the court decision in part. I’m sorry but I couldn’t find the entire document. The third explains that ICNIRP was given credit for being protective, with the Judge believing ICNIRP considers all relevant evidence. The Dutch exposure limits are the same as ICNIRP’s.
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Seeking Justice Around the Globe: Lawsuit to Stop 5G Filed in the Netherlands
“The Dutch stop 5G group, Stop5GNetherlands [https://stop5gnl.com/ & https://stop5gnl.com/lawsuit/], filed an injunction [English – https://stop5gnl.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/Summons-in-summary-proceedings.pdf] against the Dutch State on February 25, 2020, invoking an emergency procedure to stop the rollout of 5G. This lawsuit is joining a growing body of litigation against governments around the globe, including the Children’s Health Defense lawsuit in the US, t to protect the health of their citizens, the wildlife, and their natural habitat from the proven harms of wireless technology radiation, and now, 5G.”
Dutch Court Ruled 5G Deployment by the Government is Lawful
5G COURT DECISION IN THE NETHERLANDS TODAY
The Dutch State can continue the auction of 5G frequencies.
“The judge: “There is difference in opinions whether 5G is safe for health. And you have to realize that a judge in an interim injunction (“kort geding”) cannot weigh the value of the different views in a scientific debate very well. I think that speaks for itself. ””
ICNIRP 2020 guidelines do not protect against harmful health effects Appendix to the Summary proceedings of the lawsuit against the Dutch State to stop 5G
“In the judgment in summary proceedings to stop the roll-out of 5G, it appeared that the judge, like the Dutch state, fully relied on the exposure guidelines of the ICNIRP. That is striking since there is really a lot to criticize.
Dr. Leendert Vriens, physicist and former Philips Research Fellow, has written an extensive commentary on these guidelines from the ICNIRP. This comment is also attached to the summons of the summary proceedings that the Stop5GNL Foundation conducted against the Dutch state. All parties have therefore been able to take this information.”
Sharon Noble, Director, Coalition to Stop Smart Meters
“Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts.” Winston Churchill