The Huawei dis­trac­tion, and why we don’t need 5G

Ian Ebden
By Ian Ebden ·

Cell Site 0Vgg7Cqtwco

The decision to allow Chinese telecom giant Huawei to build out non-core segments of the UK's 5G telecommunication network is certainly controversial. But it's a diversion from the most important issue – that 5G presents enormous health and privacy risks to the entire population, and should be halted immediately.

Thousands of independent studies have concluded that wireless radiation causes biological harm, and 5G takes it to a whole new level. 5G requires many more cell sites - at least one on every street – each site emitting radiation at levels known to cause cancer, sterility, DNA damage and other harm… especially to children, who are most at risk. Some cities around the World have already paused 5G rollouts after experiencing adverse affects, including recently Belgium.

A global push-back is underway which I believe will eventually put paid to 5G rollout and the much-heralded "Internet of Things", in the UK and elsewhere. 5G is not simply an upgrade of 4G. It's a very different proposition, and has some serious public health and privacy concerns. If you haven't already done so I would advise you to research for yourself, and to resist any attempt to install 5G in your neighbourhood or workplace.