1) Finally, readers of a major Canadian magazine have the opportunity to learn about major issues that are being hidden behind the guise of the amazing promise of downloading a movie in a few seconds. An opinion piece in Macleans.
Threats to security, health, public infrastructure—and other potential costs of Canada’s 5G rollout
“Marketing 5G as revolutionary, however, is a curious strategy. From Edmund Burke’s Reflections on the Revolution in France published in 1790 to more recent research in political science, it has been shown that revolutions can be costly—and they often leave the public worse off than they were before. Today, there is good reason to believe that the imminent 5G technology may come at a considerable cost to our security, environment, health and right over how public land is used. Understanding these potential costs is important. It will help the public develop a more nuanced view of 5G and it will assist policymakers in ensuring that the right measures are put in place.”
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2) People around the world are beginning to experience and to recognize the association between exposure to wireless radiation and many of the health problems people experience. Unfortunately, people are making the associations themselves, without the aid and guidance of their doctors.
EHS in South Africa
https://c4st.org/electromagnetic-hypersensitivity-disorder/ (8:16 min. video)
3) After cybersecurity experts have warned about hacking, the vulnerability of all of our systems, and Chinese companies reporting directly to their government, Prime Minister Trudeau is contracting with Huawei to work with universities. This isn’t new, but it hasn’t changed. Huawei has had contracts with UBC and I believe at least one other university for several years.
Trudeau defends decision to partner with Huawei at Canadian universities
“Prime Minister Justin Trudeau defended his government’s decision to partner with Huawei to create state-of-the-art computer and electrical technologies at Canadian universities, despite months of criticism from international allies and opposition parties.
Federal agency National Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC) has agreed to work with Huawei to fund research, despite national-security concerns from allies such as the US and the UK.”
Sharon Noble, Director, Coalition to Stop Smart Meters
“Wisdom is knowing what to do next; virtue is doing it.” David Starr Jordan