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5G launch at South Korea Winter Olympics could go horribly wrong. Will the U.S. exploit the situation?

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Most people are ignorant of RF-EMF hazards and of 5G. This is very, very dangerous.

If people who have no such medical history begin having seizures, or heart attacks, or fainting, or hearing loud ringing, or sudden pounding headaches, or pain, or memory loss, or confusion, or dizziness, or panic at the South Korea Winter Olympics, what will they and others think? What will medical crews, who have no background in EMF-caused health effects, believe?

EMF and microwave weapons

Last year, people in Cuba were attacked with some form of electromagnetic-frequency weapon. There was unusual and extensive coverage, and print and TV news stories continue to discuss investigations and victims' experiences. Different people had different symptoms; some symptoms were immediate, and others occurred after time had passed. Some could hear noises while others could not. These mirror the public experience with RF/MW exposure. Normally, people who fall ill like this are called kooks, tin-foil hats, hysterical, conspiracy theorists, Luddites, afraid of technology. However, this time the press and officials took these people seriously. Why?

The news media normally doesn't cover EMF weapons either. So-called "active denial systems" and "sound cannons", used by military and police for crowd control, are rarely mentioned even though they can cause life-threatening injuries. The U.S. Navy has virtually seized the Olympic National Forest -- a world treasure and home to endangered species -- for an EMF weapons-practice range, but this is never talked about, despite a large coalition of Americans and environmental advocates working to stop these plans.[28]

A lawsuit over Portland (Oregon) Public Schools use of Wi-Fi causing severe heart problems in a student, included testimony from a British physicist and military microwave-weapons expert. He testified that the same frequencies used for microwave weapons are used for Wi-Fi in schools with known harmful effects. [29]

Due to the media silence, microwave or EMF weapons are science fiction for most people. So, why is the press covering the Cuba situation? Why are they opening a door now on this technology? Is the public being primed?

Will history repeat itself?

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Nina Beety is a community advocate, public speaker, and writer on topics including wireless radiation hazards, environmental protection, and American foreign policy. She is author of the report "Analysis: Smart Meter and Smart Grid Problems -- (more...)

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