Edwards is an author, researcher and former United Nations editor with a master’s degree in intercultural competence. She said that one thing that sets 5G apart from 4G is how it will be everywhere we turn. While 4G might come from an antenna that you can see off in the distance, 5G uses thousands of mini-antennas that form beams that do not weaken across distances the way 4G does, which means it is far more powerful – and far more devastating.
According to Edwards, 5G will be coming at us from so many angles that it will be impossible to escape, with sources including smart meters, LED streetlights and cabinets on the street. There will be 5G antennas placed in neighborhoods just a few houses apart, right outside of people's bedrooms and living rooms. It will be coming out from beneath manhole covers, she said, which means that it will be radiating people who walk over them, which is particularly risky for babies.
We also know that there will be thousands of 5G satellites in space. SpaceX has already asked for permission to put tens of thousands of 5G satellites in the Earth’s orbit, and civil aircraft will also be used to beam 5G down. In other words, you won't be able to avoid exposure, at least to some degree.
When Lucas asked Edwards about the health effects of 5G, one interesting thing she mentioned was suicide. She said that after 25 years of cell phone use, we have the highest suicide rate seen since World War II. This, she said, is because electromagnetic radiation changes the brain and causes depression. We are also seeing children aged nine and ten whose brains resemble those of senile elderly people in scans.
Unfortunately, these health effects are largely being ignored by the powerful telecommunications industry, which Edwards says is estimated to be worth roughly $17 trillion. The mainstream media appears to be in their pocket, with many major outlets dismissing these concerns. Le Monde, for example, one of the main French newspapers, has attacked anti-5G appeals; it is partly owned by a French billionaire who also owns telecommunication firms. The New York Times has a partnership with Verizon, and the list goes on.
She also shared her theory that the “race” for 5G and the extremely fast rollout is not a question of trying to beat other countries to the punch. Instead, she says telecoms wanted to roll it out before people realized the dangers and had the time to organize and stop it from taking place. After all, once it’s there, it is really difficult to take it away.
“How are you going to take down 53,000 satellites once they are up?,” she asked, before going on to compare 5G to the mind control program HAARP (the High-frequency Active Auroral Research Program).
“The whole point about 5G is that it affects your brain. I mean, not only does it affect your body, but it affects your brain and therefore it affects your judgment. It can also be used for mind control because it’s very closely associated with HAARP. It has many of the same characteristics as far as I can see …”
When asked if the aim of 5G is to kill the population, she had an interesting answer: “Well, you know, people say, 'Is it a weapon?' Well, you know, if you have a technology which is potentially going to annihilate everything on Earth, do we need to decide whether it’s a weapon or not? I mean, the only difference between it being a weapon and not a weapon is just intention.”
Although she said she cannot say if it is intended to depopulate the planet, she believes it certainly has the potential to do so. That’s why she is trying so hard to stop the rollout through the International Appeal to Stop 5G on Earth and in Space. You can read the appeal and sign it by visiting The 5G Space Appeal.
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