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ericgeneric
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# Posted: 28 Aug 2019 02:21
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Just as opposition builds up against 5G in the US and Europe, here come the Brits with their plans to double mast sizes in the UK, and greenlight a radical free-for-all pulsed microwave radiation bonanza.

Nicky Morgan and Esther McVey, we salute you.

This is why politicians parachuted into important positions of power is never a good thing for the people. What do these two individuals know about the actual effects and possible repercussions (I say possible, but it's a given it will not end well) of blasting 5G everywhere? How much have they been briefed by so-called experts and scientists with their own agendas? How much of a kickback are the British Government getting in return for this reckless, unnecessary and chronically ill-timed assault?

EG.

Ann
# Posted: 2 Sep 2019 16:51
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You are right Eric.
The UK government has been blinded by the mobile phone companies, but then again they have been doing Brexit (or not!) the last 3 years and had no time for anything else. They have not even noticed that the country is suffering from anxiety, depression, bad temper, killings/ suicides, bullying ...............

I never get any reply from my MP when I write about the effects of microwaves on health.

DE
# Posted: 5 Oct 2019 17:00
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Have you noticed one after the other BBC journalists are getting cancer?
George Aligaiah, Gracie. Derbyshire, Robinson, and one or two whose names I cannot remember. When are they going to learn?
Cancer now has become part of the common diseases, and not long a go I used to tell my students 'don't worry it is an old people's disease'.
People now are told that causation is not the same as correlation, they are just not encouraged to make observations and conclusions.

Yesterday BT rung me up to improve my reception and offered me wifi in every room. (My computer is wired.) So I said wifi is making people ill and causing a lot of social problems so they put the phone down!
I asked for a cheaper deal!

ericgeneric
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# Posted: 8 Oct 2019 02:07
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A young BBC reporter also died suddenly last week. She was 27. They didn't say how (suicide? heart attack? this sudden-death-syndrome that's common among the young now?).

EG.

DE
# Posted: 14 Oct 2019 16:33
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Yes we hear of suicides and heart attacks among the young now as though it is nothing to worry about. As though it is commonplace. The trouble is it has been going on for a few years and people think it has always been like that. That is happening also with mental illness and epilepsy. Well people have always had these illnesses.
No they have not - they were rare, unusual and unexpected.

The increase in mental illness has began the last 20 years and there has been a steady increase since, but it has accelerated even the last 3 years. The police are saying that those being sectioned has increase the last 3 years by 30 percent - 10% a year. Now that is something to worry about.

ericgeneric
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# Posted: 31 Oct 2019 03:00
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Another BBC reporter has died. Older (52) but all they say is it's following a "long illness". No details.

EG.

DE
# Posted: 3 Nov 2019 15:17
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I have in the past written to them and suggested that the use of mobile phones and wireless gadgets are making people ill but they didn't bother to reply. Due to travelling these days I listen to R4 and there is a lot about mental illness, stress etc. but they never make the connection. All of a sudden this decade people are suffering from so much stress, depression etc. without an explanation - or it is work, exams, life as though people did not have problems in the past. Mum used to say people have everything but they are so unhappy, what is going on?
knowing how much stress she had in her life she could not understand all these problems and illness. Living in a foreign country with 3 kids and a sick husband she worked hard and made a good life for her family. Now all people do is complain about the unfairness of life.
And telling them that they are being microwaved with all the radiation from their wireless techs causes anger











At one time mmmmm



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DE
# Posted: 3 Nov 2019 15:19
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Sorry but I seem to have a problem with the cursor.

DE
# Posted: 3 Nov 2019 15:28
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Eric at one time I noticed that there were quite a lot of BBC journalists having cancer, 5 or 6 over the last few years but I don't remember them all now _ Carrie Gracie, James A? V. Derbyshire, George Allagahia, I no longer keep up. But it has become more acceptable. It used to be an old people's disease for people over 60, and that is what old medical books say.

ericgeneric
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# Posted: 5 Nov 2019 22:29 - Edited by: ericgeneric
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Interesting that Bristol - first in the UK to jump on the 5G bandwagon and smother their population with nice untested, pulsed radiation - are now trying to ban all diesel vehicles in the name of reducing "air pollution".

Maybe they ought to think about the 5G they're pumping out 24/7.

EG.

Henrik
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# Posted: 8 Nov 2019 12:51
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ericgeneric

For some extremely strange reason, RF radiation isn't seen as air pollution, although it fills the airspace and is biologically active.

ericgeneric
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# Posted: 9 Nov 2019 15:50
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BBC News tech-oriented programme "Click" has done an all-out dismissal of 5G harm and danger.

Not surprising when you remember:
the BBC itself - and not a mobile operator - has installed blanket 5G coverage in a small rural community in the UK, against the will of its residents. The school has been boycotted by parents concerned about their children's exposure to the technology.

So the BBC has no interest in being impartial on this subject.


They've too much invested in 5G to allow the truth to be heard or believed.

EG.

Anonymous
# Posted: 13 Nov 2019 17:58
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The BBC are in denial. I wrote to the 'all in the mind programme recently telling them that some people get depressed due to mobile phones but did not get an answer. I listen to this programme because I am usually driving at this time and often get really annoyed by it but this time I was not on the road so I wrote to them but they don't listen.
They are full of themselves anyway getting their fat salaries.

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