Video: 5G Telecommunications Technology in Space: “This is All About Controlling People in ‘Smart Cities'”

Pros and Cons

Claire Edwards talked about 5G last February in Poland.

Now more than ever, it is necessary to know the advantages and disadvantages of the said technology.

First we are told that 5G in space will help mitigate global warming – climate change. And we are told that it will help with health issues. We’re told that 5G in space will provide services to aircraft, both military and commercial.

But above all, it seems to me, on looking at the documents, that actually this is all about control. It’s about controlling what people do in “smart” cities.

It’s about monitoring and controlling agriculture. It’s about controlling what people do at sea – for example, overfishing.

So it’s a control agenda.

Which companies are the main players in this? Here you have a list of the five main companies.

And the plan is to put over 20,000 satellites in space to beam 5G over the entire planet. The Iridium company – they already have their 66 satellites. They went up last year. But my understanding is that first they need to establish the ground stations so these are not operating yet.

And yesterday you may have heard that the OneWeb company launched six satellites last night [27 February 2019]. And these are only part oftheir proposed constellations so these will also not be operating yet. And I see that – for OneWeb – one rocket will launch 35 satellites at a time.

So I imagine that it will take several months – even 16 months before they have enough satellites for them to start operating with 5G. At least I hope so.

English with consecutive translation into Polish. Scroll down for the full transcript of Claire Edward’s presentation

Full transcript 

[0.12 – 5G in Space: Pros and Cons]

Good morning, everybody. I would like to talk about 5G in space today and I want to address the pros and cons.

[0.30 – 5G space pros]

So first let’s look at the pros – or the supposed advantages of 5G in space.

First we are told that 5G in space will help mitigate global warming – climate change. And we are told that it will help with health issues. We’re told that 5G in space will provide services to aircraft, both military and commercial.

But above all, it seems to me, on looking at the documents, that actually this is all about control.

It’s about controlling what people do in “smart” cities.

It’s about monitoring and controlling agriculture.

It’s about controlling what people do at sea – for example, overfishing.

So it’s a control agenda.

[2.25 – Main players]

Which companies are the main players in this? Here you have a list of the five main companies.

And the plan is to put over 20,000 satellites in space to beam 5G over the entire planet. The Iridium company – they already have their 66 satellites. They went up last year. But my understanding is that first they need to establish the ground stations so these are not operating yet.

And yesterday you may have heard that the OneWeb company launched six satellites last night [27 February 2019]. And these are only part oftheir proposed constellations so these will also not be operating yet. And I see that – for OneWeb – one rocket will launch 35 satellites at a time. So I imagine that it will take several months – even 16 months before they have enough satellites for them to start operating with 5G. At least I hope so.

[4.58 – 5G Space cons]

What are the cons? What are the disadvantages of beaming 5G from space?

The major one is: There has never been any health or safety testing of 5G! The second one is that the word that the proponents use is to “blanket” the Earth. To blanket the Earth means to cover every square centimetre of this planet. There would be no escape – even in the desert, in the rainforest, on the ocean. This has very serious implications for children, who have the smallest bodies and they are the most vulnerable. Also for people who already suffer from microwave sickness. And we calculate there are at least 20 million people worldwide already who suffer from microwave sickness. When 5G starts, there are likely to be many, many more.

Also we know that there are very, very serious implications for nature.

And for insects because insects have the tiniest bodies and they resonate with millimetre waves, which are very short. We’ve already lost 80% of our insects in the last 20 years so with 5G we’re likely to lose 100% of our insects.

[7.50 – Children]

You can see here that, when an adult uses a mobile phone, the penetration of the brain is 25%, but when a five-year-old child uses a mobile phone, the penetration is 75%. And that’s only oneof the implications for children.

[8.55 – 5G space cons]

Here you can see examples of the consequences for trees. These pictures were taken by a scientist in Germany. Here you see an antenna and the side of the tree facing the antenna has died. You can see this for yourself if you see any [apartment] house with Wi-Fi and you look at the tree [immediately] outside the house, you’re likely to see the same phenomenon. And here is traffic radar, which is hidden in a bush and that side of the bush has died.

[10.03 – 5G space cons]

So how do we know what is likely to happen with these 5G satellites? Well, we don’t, but we have some knowledge of what has happened in the past.

Twenty years ago, the company Iridium launched 66 satellites for the first

satellite telephones. And a scientist in the United States called Arthur Firstenberg recorded what happened in the following two weeks. The US national death rate rose 4 to 5%. Thousands of US homing pigeons lost their way and never came back. Electrically sensitive people worldwide reported terrible symptoms.

[11.55 – 5G space cons]

OK, more disadvantages or more cons: effects on global warming. Just one aspect. There will be thousands of rocket launches and these rockets will use kerosene fuel. And when it burns, this kerosene fuel will produce black soot, causing massive pollution worldwide.

And just to give you an idea, currently officially we have 1,700 satellites. So putting up 20,000 satellites multiplies the number by at least 12 times. We simply don’t know the consequences.

I think my colleague earlier talked about power line harmonic radiation. We have electricity power lines right across the world. And these signals go up into the ionosphere and the magnetosphere where they are multiplied hundreds of thousands of times.

I think probably also it was explained about the Schumann resonance. I’m sure everybody is familiar [with that].

The Schumann resonance used to be 7.83 Hertz and our brains operate at 7.83 Hertz so we function in resonance with the Earth. So if we start interfering with the global electric circuit, this has very serious consequences or implications for our brains and the functioning of our entire bodies.

[14.40 – 5G space cons]

So just as our bodies consist of – our bodies operate electrically and we have our own electrical system. So the Earth also has its own electrical system and it’s called the “global electric circuit”.

[15.31 – Global electric circuit]

Here you see an image of the global electric circuit and you can see the ionosphere and the magnetosphere. Now, to understand the global electric circuit, you need scientists in many, many different fields. So right now we do NOT understand the working of the global electric circuit. But nevertheless, we plan to put at least 20,000 5G satellites up there!

[16.25 –5G space cons]

And they will be emitting digitally pulsed millimetre wave radiation of up to 5 million watts into the Earth’s magnetosphere. And satellite signals pulsed at extremely low frequencies and very low frequencies are demodulated (or extracted) by the ionosphere, and – as we saw – amplified hundreds of thousands of times by the magnetosphere.

[17.28 –Global electric circuit – human body]

This is an image of the electrical circuit of the human body.

[17.39 –International Appeal to Stop 5G on Earth and in Space]

I’m here representing the International Appeal to Stop 5G on Earth and in Space because we think this is all extremely dangerous! This is an international Appeal and we have a website with – I’ve lost count of how many languages – I think it’s 23 currently, and that includes Polish. The Appeal explains very clearly this problem.

And so we would ask you to read it, sign it – it’s open for everybody to sign.

We currently have over 50,000 signatures [as at February 2019].

Thousands of doctors and scientists have signed and 750 organizations, all of them from 168 countries. So please read it, understand it and please tell everybody else. We can use this Appeal as an educational tool. You can also use it as a campaigning tool so you can send it to anybody you think who could change this situation – school teachers, head teachers, doctors, politicians …

People say to me, “But what can I do? I’m just one person.”

And somebody said to me a few months ago, “Oh, no. I don’t want to be involved in this.” She said, “It’s a David and Goliath situation.”

I’d just like to remind you who won. It was David!

We are two people: myself and Arthur Firstenberg, who administer this Appeal and we have reached millionsof people.

I believe that everybodycan participate in this and every individual can make a difference. It doesn’t matter who you are or what your skills are. You can contribute.

We are many and they are few! So welcome to the campaign!

22:08 – END

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This presentation was first published on Clarity.

Claire Edwards, BA Hons, MA, worked for the United Nations as Editor and Trainer in Intercultural Writing from 1999 to 2017. Since May 2018, she has collaborated with Arthur Firstenberg to publish the International Appeal to Stop 5G on Earth and in Space (www.5gspaceappeal.org), which is available in 28 languages. The Appeal has attracted over 94,000 individual and group signatories from more than 170 countries. Claire warned the Secretary-General about the dangers of 5G during a meeting with UN staff in May 2018, calling for a halt to its rollout at UN duty stations.


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