What biologically impactful health changes are occurring right now in our so-called “advanced” wireless age of cellular 5G installations? Most Americans are in the dark about higher microwave -powered home WiFi systems and commercial WiFi devices which are already wirelessly transmitting 5G blankets of radiation in the United States. This is happening not only in commercial village and city centers, but also in rural areas eager to “catch-up” where people can also purchase more powerful homeWiFi systems which can unwittingly spread biologically impactful microwave radiation to you and your neighbor’s homes.
These known health impacts of the latest microwave technology are now unregulated by the FCC under the current US Presidential Administration. The FCC’s commercial-connected technology wisdom banning citizen testimony has also included disallowing testimony on peer-reviewed health impacts in new state and local legislation under the current US government administration.
Regarding safeguarding the health of it’s citizens, the US has fallen further behind many European countries, Russia, China, Iran and others around the world , who have been taking the Precautionary Principle seriously. Unlike the US, they are more focused on their citizens’ health gleaned from the wisdom of focusing on the biological science impacts of these new technologies. This pernicious trend is happening at a time when the US has been dramatically falling behind safeguarding its citizenry (when compared to health statistics of peer-developed nations (OECD), measured by international health organizations such as the World Health Organization (WHO).
The following YouTube interview of German Dr. Dietrich Klinghardt, and other scientists and doctors’ presentations documented on this site, back up known serious biological disruptions and health impacts (ADHD, cancers, memory failures) of poorly risk-assessed modern food and communications technology. (Note: This is not to suggest new GMO or electromagnetic radiation (EMR) technology is all bad; rather indicating agreement to the necessary application of the Precautionary Principle, which the US used to follow along with its European peer nations.