… Individuals, scientists, and grassroots groups around the world are saying no to 5G, citing health, aesthetics, and FCC bullying. In Cincinnati, Michelle Krinsky, RN, is pushing back. She demanded to know who put an ugly tower up near her home. She went to the village office, then to the County office, then to the State of Ohio, but “no one knew anything about it.” Homeowners were finally able to identify that the tower is on the US 50 right-of-way, not in the Village, so that local officials would not have to be consulted and the public would, therefore, be unable to consent.
Under new rules, the new tower is in compliance for 5G service that does not require permission from local, county, or State officials, under the Communications Act first introduced under President Obama. Section 1455(a) of the Communications Act, provides that:
a state or local government may not deny and shall approve any eligible facility request for a modification of an existing wireless tower or base station that does not substantially change the physical dimensions of such tower or base station, and defines eligible facility requests as including requests for the collocation, removal, or replacement of transmission equipment.
San Jose and 22 other cities and counties sued to overturn an FCC order restricting how much local governments can charge wireless carriers to process applications for small cell equipment that’s critical to 5G. The order also imposes deadlines for cities to grant or deny the applications. The FCC’s order essentially says that if a city makes it harder for a carrier to provide telecom services, that amounts to a prohibition.
Activists are asking city or county governments of at least seven Pacific Northwest communities to defy the federal government and stop the deployment of next-generation 5G cellular service.
Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers recently signed the 5G Bill (Act 14), despite opposition by citizens across the State and letters written to him by scientific, medical and other experts issuing warnings. Even State Representatives from Milwaukee and Madison opposed the 5G legislation.
Approval of new 5G networks did not require any environmental or human health impact studies. This follows the trend of other damaging technologies unleashed on the people without their informed consent. These include genetically modified organisms (GMOS), cloud seeding and ionospheric heaters, geo-engineering, chemical spraying programs, including lithium and psychoactive drugs sprayed over population centers, bundled vaccines, GMO mosquitoes, and the fluoridation of public water supplies using fluorosilicic acid, to name a few….