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5G: As FCC Is Being Sued For Not Protecting Americans From Unsafe Radiation Levels, It’s Asking For Comments On Proposed RF Exposure Rules

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Published on: May 2, 2020

It’s amazing the doublespeak that we constantly hear coming out of Washington, DC.  It’s as though the devil himself is speaking… maybe it is.  In any case, several lawsuits have been filed against the Federal Communication Commission (FCC) for not protecting Americans from unsafe radiation levels, including unwanted rollout of 5G and the accompanying tens of thousands of satellites that will also be pulsing 5G around the world.  Now, the FCC is asking for comments on proposed RF exposure rules.

B N Frank at Activist Post reports:

The Federal Communication Commission (FCC) is supposed to protect Americans by regulating the telecom industry.  They have a long track record of being a corrupt and “captured” agency.  Last week, Full Measure’s Sharyl Attkisson interviewed FCC Chair Ajit Pai who bragged that the U.S. doesn’t have a “heavy handed regulatory framework”.  No sh*t.  Lawsuits have been filed against them for NOT protecting Americans from unsafe levels of radiation (see 12) and unwanted widespread 5G deployment (see 123) which includes satellites blasting it from space (see 123).  5G opponents include many respected experts and organizations including the Department of Defense whose opposition caused Congress to finally threaten to take action.

Regardless, the FCC is actually using the pandemic as an excuse to speed up 5G deployment (see 12345) and approve WiFi 6.  They seem to like kicking us when we’re down – us and our pets!  There have been reports of people and animals getting sick after 5G was turned on since 2018 (see 1234).  Additionally, exposure to all sources of wireless radiation reduces immunity AND causes other health issues AND increases cancer risk!  So what can you do?  Make a comment before May 15 about their new proposed wireless radiation exposure rules.  FYI – their current rules don’t protect us either!

From 5G Crisis:

The FCC is soliciting public comment on several proposals regarding wireless radiation and human health. We, along with our friends and colleagues across the country, are helping coordinate a major effort to facilitate the submission of public comments on these issues. All comments are due by May 15th. 

After many iterations and guidance from good friends and public health experts, we are happy to announce that our web pages for helping you draft and submit your own comments in response to the FCC are finally ready!

Each of the three web pages (Issue #1Issue #2, and Issue #3) will provide you with basic background information on specific proposed rule changes raised in the docket and sample language you can use to challenge those changes.

Go to the 5G Comments Page HERE

Please remember to save copies of your comments to send to your representatives in Washington. You may also want to repurpose your comments and send them to your local news outlets to be published as a “Letter to the Editor” or opinion piece.

Our campaign to build a national movement to support safe technology is making progress because of your efforts at the local level. Thanks for all you do, and for your support of 5G Crisis! We can’t fight the good fight without you.

– The 5G Crisis Team

Activist Post reports regularly about the FCC and unsafe technology.  For more information, visit our archives and the following websites:

5G, in my opinion, is the “invisible enemy.”

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