5G and EMF Concern: Around the World in 80 Ways (or more)


30-06-20 09:16:00,

By Patricia Burke

Let’s say that you read the mainstream news back during the tobacco years, not noticing that the magazines are full of tobacco ads and pro-tobacco writings. And you kept smoking…

Let’s say that now, readers relying on the mainstream press are most likely under the impression that:

  • 5G is perfectly safe! modern! fast! you need it! its everywhere! its great!  You need 5G to download and stream so you can binge-watch!
  • censoring news stories about 5G concerns is necessary to protect economic and security interests
  • stories linking 5G and covid-19 were representative of all 5G concerns, irrationally fueled by conspiracies
  • there are no other 5G concerns, health or otherwise, legitimate or otherwise

So, let’s take a little alphabetical look at some 80 articles, reports, and appeals from around the planet, including space, satellites, 5G, EMF, conflict minerals, human rights, and environmental impacts.

(Research based on websites including Environmental Health Trust; Global Research; Electronic Silent Spring, WhatIs5G.info, Stop5G International, Physicians for Safe Technology, 5G CRISIS, Americans for Responsible Technology, and more)

Please, consider the source of your safety guidelines, news and opinions……and be on the right side of history.

A. AMSTERDAM: War on 5G: Amsterdam  Investigation into Scientists Finds Telecom Influence by Jannes van Roermund and Paul Thacker, De Telegraaf (Amsterdam), Jun 2, 2020 (English translation) on the American Council on Science and Health attacks against Prof. Moskowitz and more.  



A. ASTRONOMERS’ Appeal over 2005 astronomers

Appeal by Astronomers: safeguarding the astronomical sky

ENGLISH PDF: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1cFIP0kTDBTawhmJ1WH10Xar3yrGdLraq/view

A. AUSTRALIA 3/2020, Byron Shire Council is the first locality to pass a moratorium on 5G. 


A. AUSTRALIAN Parliament opens up an Inquiry into 5G

On 13 September 2019 the Minister for Communications, Hon Paul Fletcher MP asked the Committee to inquire into and report on the deployment, adoption, and application of 5G in Australia. https://www.aph.gov.au/Parliamentary_Business/Committees/House/Communications/5G/Submissions

A. AUSTRALIA:TPG says community health fears stopped its 5G rollout in Australia – as experts blame disinformation campaigns on social media



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Around 2 BILLION people may lose their jobs in the next couple of months due to pandemic


29-05-20 08:38:00,

More than half of the world’s workforce (nearly two billion people) risk losing their jobs or moving to part-time work in 2020 as a result of the economic fallout from coronavirus outbreak.

That’s according to a study by the Boston Consulting Group (BCG), seen by RIA Novosti.

“It’s hard to overestimate the radical changes in the global workforce due to the crisis caused by the outbreak of COVID-19,” said the report, citing estimates by the International Labor Organization that global labor income losses will reach $3.4 trillion this year.

In the next two to three months, one out of six people in the world will lose their jobs, with the unemployment rate to exceed 17 percent, said the authors of the research.

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The impact of the crisis on the labor market will vary greatly across industries, with those most directly affected by quarantine measures to be hit the hardest. According to BCG analysis, more than 80 percent of all the layoffs in the world are likely to occur in the non-food retail sector, manufacturing, hotel and restaurant business, tourism and construction.

“We expect that the world’s unemployment rate will start returning to balance by the end of 2020. However, [the] pandemic has already launched the process of long-term structural changes – from flexible and remote work schemes to accelerated automation – and these changes will affect up to 1.5 billion jobs over the next decade.”

BCG estimates that by 2030, automation will put 12 percent of existing jobs at risk, and about 30 percent of jobs will require completely new skills.

The study also indicated that more than 10 percent of the global workforce is highly likely to work remotely on a permanent basis, while for office workers, the figure could reach 30 percent.

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BCG said that in order to prevent the collapse of supply on the labor market, support measures should be provided by governments – from subsidizing salaries and expanding social protection to financial and tax exemptions and temporary redistribution of employment.

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Fog Around COVID-19 Made Thicker by New Ontario Rules for Handling Deaths – Global Research


11-05-20 07:50:00,

Alarming COVID-19 death statistics from seniors’ facilities continue to be in the spotlight in Ontario and elsewhere.

However, all is not as it seems in the mainstream-media reports of those statistics.

Procedures that came into effect in Ontario one month ago for dealing with deaths in long-term-care homes (LTCHs) and hospitals are contributing to exaggeration of the numbers of COVID-19 deaths — and preventing the true causes of many of those deaths from ever being uncovered.

This makes it an opportune time to cast an objective eye on procedures that came into effect in Ontario one month ago for dealing with deaths in long-term-care homes (LTCHs) and hospitals. They differ drastically from both Ontario’s previous regulations and other jurisdictions’ procedures.

In the name of efficiency and safety during the COVID-19 epidemic, the Office of the Chief Coroner for Ontario (OCC) and members of the province’s funeral-home industry established  the new rules and implemented them on April 9. The rules apply to almost every death in the province, not just those attributed to COVID-19.

The new approach is focused on speeding up transfer of the deceased from where they died to a funeral home and then to the place of burial or cremation.   The stated goal is to prevent overburdening of medical staff and overfilling of hospital morgues and body-storage areas in long-term-care homes (LTCHs) if there’s a surge in deaths from COVID-19.

However, there are highly problematic parts to this. For example, the new ‘expedited death response’ takes the critical and sensitive task of completing the Medical Certificates of Death (MCODs) out of the hands of the people who know and care for the residents and patients.  The stated goal is to prevent overburdening of medical staff and overfilling of hospital morgues and body-storage areas in long-term-care homes (LTCHs) if there’s a surge in deaths from COVID-19.

Instead, the chief coroner and his staff now have the exclusive right to complete MCODs for people who die in LTCHs. The new rules also give the OCC the power to complete hospital patients’ MCODs. This is despite the members of the OCC very rarely seeing the bodies of LTCH residents and hospital patients, much less meeting them before they die.

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Iran is NOT Messing Around – Republicans Beware! | New Eastern Outlook


22-09-19 12:19:00,


Iran not messing around these days. The Islamic Republic is in perhaps the best position it has ever been.

All the present allegations concerning Iran’s warlike intentions, and shades-of-subterfuge-flying-colours, make the situation somewhat ironic, and go further towards providing a moral high ground for the Iranians. They are also an opportunity for politicians and demagogues alike to show their true colours, if politicians actually have any.

Hard core Republicans, who never served in the US military, should know that these are the same people who took power as a result of the 1979 Iranian Revolution. Therefore they know the capabilities of the US when its bluff is called. They have also shown for 40 years that calling that bluff can gain it political and financial advantages which US allies, who seek the same thing through their associations, envy.

We will begin not from what we are supposed to know from the media, but from the reaction to Iran’s alleged involvement in the burning of Saudi oil via its so-called proxies. What evidence is there to support this notion? Where does it come from? If Iran did not do it, who did?

False Flag?

Firstly, let’s look at Trump’s Tweet: “Saudi Arabia oil supply was attacked. There is reason to believe that we know the culprit, are locked and loaded depending on verification, but are waiting to hear from the Kingdom as to who they believe was the cause of this attack, and under what terms we would proceed!”

What am I missing here – “waiting for verification from the Kingdom”, as if they want to ask the fox guarding the chicken house what actually transpired? So the Saudis are going to say that, despite all the support the US and other states has given them over the years, they were unable to repel the very enemy these arms were allegedly designed to protect them from? The Saudi monarchy would be the first victim of such an admission, given what has happened in other countries in the region.

The Saudis should be happy, as this attack is what was needed to raise the world price of oil to a level they can come closer to breaking even.

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Around the Globe with Financial Survival : The Corbett Report


17-05-19 07:46:00,

Corbett • 05/17/2019

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James joins Melody Cedarstrom for this wide-ranging edition of Financial Survival. Topics covered include Vietnam and tyranny, big tech regulation and back door globalization, the US-China trade war and false flags in the Persian Gulf.

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