UKRAINE PETITION TO BAN 5G TRIGGERS CONSIDERATION BY PRESIDENT
A petition demanding a ban on 5G in the Ukraine has garnered the required 25,000 signatures for consideration by the President. As of 2:30 p.m. on July 6, the petition received 25,456 votes.
“Without a clinically proven evidence base for the safety of this type of communication, please do not enter it in our country!” — stated in the text of the petition. Read more at TECH The petition to ban 5G in Ukraine received the necessary votes
International opposition to 5G has gained significant traction due to the published research showing harm from wireless frequencies. In addition a report commissioned by members of the European Parliament found conflicts with ICNIRP – an invite only 13 member private group governments rely on for recommendations regarding wireless radiation. The new report released by European Members of Parliments Michèle Rivasi (Europe Écologie) and Dr. Klaus Buchner (Ökologisch-Demokratische Partei) accuses the International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP), an organization many governments consider an authority on the safety of 5G and cell phone radiation, of being under the influence of the telecommunications industry and ignoring the science showing their harmful effects. (Read more about corruption and industry influence here)