Those who have researched the effects of EMF radiation have been accused of ‘fear mongering’ in anticipation for the mass introduction of 5G technologies.
As public debate over 5G reaches new heights during the COVID-19 ‘crisis’, many remain unaware that ‘consensus’ research on the topic is industry-funded and attempts to censor peer-reviewed scientific literature about health risks of wireless radiation remain a reality.
Does a correlation exist between exposure to EMF frequencies and compromised immune systems? What is the link between 5G rollouts and countries most impacted by COVID-19?
Telstra has been hit with a formal warning by the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) for failing to comply with regulations governing the deployment of mobile base stations.
The investigation comes as Telstra ignores growing concerns by Australian residents regarding the technology, while they continue ramping up efforts to capitalise on the next generation rollout.
Australians are fighting back against 5G technology, with local community action groups scheduling a number of protests and forums to oppose the national rollout in the next fortnight.
The following page gives a brief overview of the timeline of 5G technologies in Australia and a list of existing rallies planned across the country,
Australia has taken the first step towards a national 5G digital transition, with Telstra’s new mobile network launching across the country to “improve speed and connectivity” like never before.
Announced at Telstra’s flagship store, the long anticipated 5G network was launched through two new products that have since gone live in selective suburbs.
Australians continue to be distracted by the illusory showmanship of politics and the trivial nature of divide-and-conquer ‘hate speech’ propaganda, while Telstra has become the first telco to take the initial step towards a national rollout of 5G.
On the latest episode of the General Knowledge Podcast, Ethan Nash from TOTT News and General Maddox from Real News Australia discuss the aftermath of the 2019 Federal Election, the rollout of 5G technologies across Australia, censorship and PC culture, and much more.