An independent group that monitors Electromagnetic Frequency (EMF) levels of new 5G installations in the U.K. have issued a public health warning to people who plan to attend this year’s music festival in Glastonbury:
This weekend, a group of us drove around the site of Glastonbury Festival in Pilton, Somerset UK). We had an electromagnetic field radiation detector that was continually bleeping alarmingly and flashing red, indicating that the EMFs it was detecting were way above World Health Organisation recommended safety levels. They were penetrating on to the main road which runs past the site, and there were several hotspots in the quaint little village of Pilton itself, including the village hall and the Working Men’s Club.
A couple of weeks before, I had attended a meeting of Pilton’s parish council. It was standing room only as residents packed in to express their dismay about a telecommunications mast that had been erected, without any consultation with them, in the children’s skate-board park. Engineers had informed one of them that it was going to be made “5G ready” at the end of May, in time for the music festival.
We are now beginning to receive reports from inside the site of dangerously high levels of EMFs. On-site workers have been reporting bad headaches, nose bleeds and digestive issues. And this is all before the bulk of the campers arrive on Wednesday. So one can only assume that matters will get far worse once hundreds of thousands of smart phones turn up.
5G technology was installed at Glastonbury Festival this year by EE as part of a governmental agenda called 5G Rural First. This is a promotional push dreamed up by urbanite marketeers that purports to be about giving better internet access to country dwellers. In reality, though, good folks have paid £250 a ticket to be used as guinea-pigs in a 1.4 square mile test bed for an untested technology that could have serious implications for their health.
Partners of 5G Rural First include US telecommunications giant Cisco, Microsoft, the BBC and British Telecom, the owners of EE who are bringing 5G to Glastonbury Festival.
5G Rural First also has testbeds on the Orkney Islands and Shropshire and it claims its technology will help dairy cows perform better.
But they are ignoring the evidence of 230 scientists and doctors who are appealing to the World Health Organisation to move the 5G wireless signal from a Group 2B carcinogen to a Group 1, the same as asbestos and arsenic.
They believe that the dangers to health from 5G include increased cancer risk, cellular stress, harmful free radicals, genetic damages, structural and functional changes to the reproductive system, learning and memory deficits, neurological disorders, and negative impacts on general well-being. And the damage goes well beyond the human race; there is growing evidence of harmful effects to plants, insects and animals.
Those who are foolish or naive enough to attend the Glastonbury Music Festival this year will be unwitting participants in the largest experiment of the 5G ever attempted in one concentrated spot. Luckily for the mad scientists who are running the experiment, all the symptoms that the concert-goers will potentially experience, such as headaches, nausea, and stomach problems can easily be attributed to excessive alcohol and drug consumption which is part of the “wonderful” concert “experience”.
What the long-term effects on the health of these concert-goers will probably never be known or acknowledged publicly, and that will also be true for everyone who will eventually be subjected to this untested and dangerous technology. But, “What price convenience?” A little cancer and sterility is a small price to pay for not having to wait for your favorite shows to live stream or for your favorite porn sites to download. Hopefully, the sponsors of the festival will also have booths set up where people can also get caught up on all their toxic vaccines for free just to cover all their bases.