Zero5G.com| In partnership with the National Telecommunication Information Administration (NTIA), the Biden administration is spending another $1.5 BILLION dollars to increase wireless radiation levels in the United States. The marketing term is “5G,” but the actual agent transmitted by wireless infrastructure (aka “5G”) is microwave radiation, a hazardous physical agent which is the fourth largest source of harmful pollution.
U.S. Secretary of Commerce Gina M. Raimondo stated, “…this initial round of funding will help to ensure that the future of 5G and next-gen wireless technology is built by the U.S. and its global allies and partners –not vendors from nations that threaten our national security.”
What needs to be more fully understood by the general public is the fact that NTIA’s Office of International Affairs (OIA) is closely linked to the United Nations (UN) International Telecommunication Union (ITU), the world’s standardizing body for “5G,” now moving to “6G”. Also, the FCC follows the guidance of the UN ITU. LINK
According to NTIA’s website, “OIA advances U.S. positions on ICT policy and standards at the International Telecommunication Union (ITU).” Link
In case you are wondering, dear reader, who is among the world’s biggest funders of the UN ITU?
“ITU dedicates itself to global ICT development and plays a crucial role in achieving the United Nations 2030 Sustainable Development Goals.
The Chinese government attaches great importance to the work of the ITU…”
Huawei leading the ITU Focus Group on Technologies for Network 2030 w/ “top-down design for the future network.”: Huawei – WTPF-21 (itu.int)
ITU-T Focus Group on “Technologies for Network 2030” (FG-NET-2030)
Biden officials further state:
“The Innovation Fund is a critical step toward securing 5G wireless networks while driving innovation at home and abroad,” said Secretary Raimondo.
“This fund is a critical downpayment on our efforts to reshape the global wireless infrastructure supply chain towards secure and trusted vendors,” said Sen. Mark Warner (VA).
These statements do not seem to reflect the reality of the NTIA/OIA partnership with the UN ITU or recent policy of the United States:
Link To Full Article HERE
It has been known for decades that exposure to microwave radiation is harmful.
What has changed in the US government since 1968 ?
“An Act to amend the Public Health Service Act to provide for the protection of the public health from radiation emissions from electronic products.”
This law is still in effect. Link
What has changed in the US government since 1976 when calls were made in Congress to stop microwave radiation exposure?
“…experts have conceded that there is no established threshold below which radiation exposure is not harmful.” LINK
What has changed with the US government since 1988?
GUIDELINES AND SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS FOR MICROWAVE ANTENNAS ON FEDERAL PROPERTY IN THE NATIONAL CAPITOL REGION Link
APPROVED: January 7, 1988
“The National Capital Planning Commission finds that certain microwave antennas may adversely impact the aesthetics of the National Capital Region and the health and welfare of the population. Therefore, in order to minimize the visual impacts of microwave antennas on the skyline of the Nation’s Capital and on the general appearance of Federal facilities and to protect the public from any potential adverse radio frequency bio-effect impacts from transmitting microwave antennas, the National Capital Planning Commission is providing the following Guidelines and Submission Requirements to be used by Federal agencies in the National Capital Region in the preparation and submission plans for antenna installations.”
It’s critical to end the deployment of wireless irradiating infrastructures – a public health and environmental hazard.
Call on members of Congress to protect the public and halt the roll out of 5G.
Representatives Contact Info HERE
Senators Contact Info HERE
U.S. Secretary of Commerce Gina M. Raimondo (202) 482-2000
Senator Mark Warner (202) 224-2023
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