Today, in Newcastle upon Tyne, the Crown Prosecution Service brought a case on behalf of the Gateshead Council, against Mark Steele, a local man possessed of considerable energy, determination and technical nous, who has been ‘getting up the nose’ of the local dignitaries for some time, by persistently complaining that ‘5G’ – a phased-array transmission system, is neither SAFE nor SUITABLE for public consumption.
To the lay-person like you and me, this may be small news, and, because we haven’t bothered to clue ourselves up about it, may seem like ‘much ado about sod-all’, but the fact is that this proposed signal strength (60x stronger than the 4G which you are currently using on your most with-it cellphone) is already being trialled at various townships in the UK without so much as a ‘by-your-leave’ to the guinea-pig citizens affected.
In Gateshead alone, more than 31,800 transmitting devices have been affixed to the top of their street lights.
Now Mark, who has been clued up on this field of electromagnetic radiation for many years, told me that this is not ‘new’ technology, in fact it has been used in military work since 1948. Which begs the question, why is such a powerful signal necessary in civilian circles? The answer is, of course, that, for your cellphone to work efficiently, it isn’t.
When we see medical proof that exposure to this strength of signal is causing an interaction with the human biological system, giving rise to cancers, diabetes and cardiac disease, then we have to conclude that there is a hidden motivation. We leave you to guess what THAT may be..
In the court hearing today, Mark was fortunate enough to find himself in front of a judge who definitely seems to be made of better stuff than the one who ran the ‘kangaroo-court’ against Stephen Lennon in Leeds on 26th March this year. Whilst taking Mark to task and setting our man under injunction for his ‘over-exuberant’ presentation , Judge Nolan made it clear to the Gateshead Council cohort that ‘substantial credible scientific documentation’ had been presented to highlight the risks to public health, that he was ‘going to uphold democracy’ – and sent the local authority away to do a bit more thinking.
As a footnote to this day, we point out that the insurers, Lloyds of London, have recently issued a statement excluding them from
“any liability coverage for all claims directly or indirectly arising out of, resulting from, or contributed to by electromagnetic fields, electromagnetic radiation, electromagnetism, radio waves or noise” (Exclusion 32)
information from CFC Underwriting Ltd, a Lloyds of London underwriter.
All of which, you may feel, shows that our nation needs this level of ‘big brother’ interference about as much as we need the ill-conceived HS2 rail fantasy..