Dr. Martin Pall, Professor Emeritus of Biochemistry and Basic Medical Sciences at Washington State University is not mincing words about a technology that is being shoved down our throats by the mobile communications industry. Big Corporations are influencing our politicians to the point where many of us wonder why we even vote?
Does this sound like you? You’re doing all the right things…eating well (fresh, non-GMO, etc), exercising, meditating, following doctor’s advice, etc and yet you feel strangely off-balance and unsettled, easily irritated, exhausted, at times even feeling like it’s all too much to handle.
Does it seem like you are inundated by too much noise, too much input, too much emotion, too much energy, too many moving parts (things to keep track of), too much talking, too much overthinking, too much fear and hype? If so, you may be a highly sensitive person.
Not all Highly Sensitive Persons are affected by the same things
10 Steps to Stop 5G
Dr. Martin Pall came to our area recently and spoke to us about the dangers of 5G. His information was hair-raising. There are people who are comparing the assault of 5G on our modern civilization to similar times in history where bullies ran over thousands and even millions of their own fellow citizens. Think Stalin, Hitler, PolPot… you know the list. We can’t wait until the installers are at the foot of our driveways and ask them to stop the installation. It will be too late by then. Action is needed NOW.
What can we do to stop the Telecommunications Industry from forcing 5G on us?
The Crowd is Smiling
I, AnnaMariah, was at a talk recently and the speaker was Oregon Congressman, Greg Walden, who is chairman of the Energy and Commerce Committee’s Subcommittee on Communications and Technology. In this role, he worked to pass legislation to grow American jobs by expanding access to wireless broadband – i.e. 5g networks. He was a dynamic speaker who sincerely seems to believe that rolling out 5g networks nationwide is a positive thing.
With great feeling, he discussed the sad case of tens of thousands of people in rural areas without access to cell reception or the internet. I could feel those around me agreeing that everyone needs and deserves access to high-speed internet and that anything else is unimaginable.