On Monday, DHS put out a bulletin declaring a “heightened threat environment” for terrorism. It’s not because we have hundreds of thousands of people flooding over the border every month. It’s not because Black Lives Matter and Antifa have been given permission to riot and loot almost at will. No, DHS says we’re in danger of terrorism because of “misinformation.” They say that “threat actors” are undermining trust in the government, and that’s the real reason to be worried about terrorism.
Biotech analyst Karen Kingston joined the Stew Peters Show on Wednesday, to share an even more shocking detail from this new draconian push. The DHS is also now considering those who question the safety of 5G to be too dangerous to live and breathe freely outside of the DC gulags. Worse, it appears the government is secretly testing the very theory they claim to be crazy: the radioactive impact of 5G telecommunications waves.
According to scientists, all flora and fauna world is in grave danger by the 5G radiation waves.
A thorough report about 5G exposure has found that “this newfound radiation source is damaging the health of creatures that live in the wild.”
The 150-page report, compiled by researchers at the University of Washington and Johns Hopkins University, contains three sections.
- – the first focuses on how environmental EMFs (electromagnetic frequencies) have radically increased in recent years;
- – the second part looked at how living organisms are impacted by these EMFs;
- – the third section focuses on EMF exposure limits and the prospect of new regulations to help better protect living beings against the harm caused by this constant flood of non-ionizing radiation.
“This eloquent review gives insight into missed opportunities for cancer prevention exemplified by asbestos, tobacco, certain pesticides and now RF (radiofrequency) radiation,” said a spokesperson from the Environmental Health Trust (EHT).
“The authors highlight how economic considerations were favored instead of cancer prevention. ‘A strategy to sow doubt on cancer risks was established decades ago and is now adopted and implemented in a more sophisticated way by the telecom industry regarding RF-EMF risks to human beings and the environment. Industry has the economic power, access to politicians and media, whereas concerned people are unheard.’”
“We have more than enough research to trigger new regulatory action to protect wildlife,” a spokesperson from EHT is further quoted as saying.
“The FCC should have done a full review of the environmental impact of 5G network deployment before streamlining hundreds of thousands of 5G cell towers across the nation.”
U.S. Airlines Warn of “Catastrophic Disruption” to Global Supply Chain When New 5G Service is Deployed
U.S. airlines and cargo carriers on Monday (Jan. 17) warned that the new 5G wireless service set to deploy could ground flights, potentially stranding thousands of Americans overseas and delaying the delivery of key goods.
In a letter to Biden administration officials, executives of major carriers wrote that C-band 5G causes disruptions to airplanes’ instruments that could make “huge swaths” of the U.S. fleet unusable. They noted that by Wednesday’s deadline, most of the nation’s large airports will be under 5G-related flight restrictions from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).
“This means that on a day like yesterday, more than 1,100 flights and 100,000 passengers would be subjected to cancellations, diversions or delays,” chief executives of Delta Airlines, United Airlines, FedEx, UPS and others wrote in the letter.
The executives urged U.S. officials to prevent 5G from being implemented within 2 miles of affected airports until the FAA figures out a way for affected airplanes to fly safely or risk a “catastrophic disruption” to passenger flights and the global supply chain.
“Immediate intervention is needed to avoid significant operational disruption to air passengers, shippers, supply chain and delivery of needed medical supplies,” they wrote in a letter to the White House.
Over 1,450 Notices to Air Missions (NOTAMs) were issued by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) across the country around 5G towers that AT&T and Verizon when they activate. This means that areas around the towers will be considered “hazards” and unsafe for helicopters to operate and may affect “a significant portion of commercial, law enforcement, and other helicopter operations,” HAI said.
The heart of the problem lies in the aircraft’s radar altimeter uses frequencies close to C-band. 5G towers also use C-band radio spectrum frequencies that have the potential to disrupt radar altimeters, an important device on a helicopter or airplane that informs the pilot of the aircraft’s height above ground.
The FAA is mitigating these disruptions by placing 5G buffer zones around major airports so that radar altimeter disruptions do not impact commercial flights.
Meanwhile, Comcast announced the world’s first 10G technology for its network that could dramatically increase upload and download capacity in the coming years.
Aircraft manufacturers better figure out how to make radar altimeters that don’t interfere with 5G, or some severe aviation disasters could be ahead.