“Investigate Europe” has produced a cartoon about 5G that is well worth watching because it exposes the failure of regulatory bodies to protect the public from health risks from wireless communications systems in an entertaining and accessible way.
The cartoon may be accessed via this link: https://www.investigate-europe.eu/publications/the-5g-mass-experiment/
While the cartoon reports on the 5G situation in Europe, it is very relevant to New Zealand because New Zealand’s standards for non-ionising radiation (such as is produced by cell phone towers and 5G “small” cells) are ultimately based on the “standards” set by ICNIRP. (ICNIRP is described in the cartoon as a “closed club” and the cartoon states that a “significant” number of people involved in ICNIRP “have received money from companies that have a vested interest in the 5G roll-out”.)
(A link that discusses the evolution of the “standards” for non ionising radiation in NZ may be accessed by clicking HERE.)
For those who want to explore more about ICNIRP, which is mentioned in the cartoon, the link below from the blog of scientist Dariusz Leszczynski makes very interesting reading.
The cartoon may be accessed via this link: https://www.investigate-europe.eu/publications/the-5g-mass-experiment/Worth checking out.
UPDATE: If you are on Facebook, please like and follow the new 5G Free New Zealand FB page https://www.facebook.com/5GFreeNewZealand/
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