UN Sec-Gen. António Guterres Now Knows About 5G

Tap, Ian refers to a lady from Austria who attended AV9 and has subsequently submitted a letter to her boss at the UN, António Guterres, the ninth Secretary-General of the United Nations:
https://www.un.org/sg/en/content/sg/biography
… a transcript of the letter should be published. When I have time I can consider how to further highlight this latest video clip from our bloke in a field.

First FRACKED, Then FRIED … Unless WE PARTICIPATE!

… oh, hang on, he’s has published it… how marvelous!

Streamed live on 15 May 2018

Is North Nottinghamshire is a FRACKER’S DREAM? The bulk of the population appear to be either too cosy in their nice houses … or working every hour under the Sun to service their ‘Death-Grip’ (Mort-Gage); either way the residents of this area are oblivious of the impact of FRACKING! 🙁
The GOOD NEWS, (from 09.20 in the video above) is that an increasing number of people are becoming aware of the dangers associated with the frequencies which will be used for the Global 5G roll-out in 2020. Here’s the text of the question put to the UN Secretary General at at internal Staff meeting in Vienna on Mon 14th May 2018 :

Question asked of António Guterres, United Nations Secretary-General at the United Nations Office at Vienna during Meeting with UN Staff, 14 May 2018

Mr. Secretary-General

UN staff have repeatedly been told that they are the most important resource of this Organization.

Since December 2015, the staff here at the Vienna International Centre have been exposed to off-the-scale electromagnetic radiation from WiFi and mobile phone boosters installed on very low ceilings throughout the buildings. Current public exposure levels are at least one quintillion times (that’s 18 zeros) above natural background radiation according to Professor Olle Johansson of the Karolinska Institute in Sweden.

The highly dangerous biological effects of EMFs have been documented by thousands of studies since 1932 indicating that we may be facing a global health catastrophe orders of magnitude worse than those caused by tobacco and asbestos.

Mr. Secretary-General, on the basis of the Precautionary Principle, I urge you to have these EMF-emitting devices removed immediately and to call a halt to any rollout of 5G at UN duty stations, because it is designed to deliver concentrated and focused electromagnetic radiation in excess of 100 times current levels in the same way as do directed energy weapons.

In line with the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights, to “Protect, Respect and Remedy”, 5G technologies MUST be subjected to an independent health and safety assessment before they are launched anywhere in the world.

There is currently an international appeal (http://www.5gappeal.eu/) signed by 237 EMF scientists from 41 nations urging the UN and particularly the WHO to exert strong leadership in fostering the development of more protective EMF guidelines, encouraging precautionary measures, and educating the public about health risks, particularly risk to children and fetal development.

Mr. Secretary-General, we have a unique opportunity here at the UN Office at Vienna. Since our medical records are digitized, you have the possibility of releasing data on a closed population exposed to off-the-scale levels of electromagnetic radiation to establish if there have already been abnormal health consequences for the UN staff here in the last
28 months.

I urge you to do so and stop any 5G rollout in these buildings immediately. Thank you.

Response from the Secretary-General

The response from the Secretary-General was surprise. He stated that he had just installed such a device in his own home and this information was completely new to him. He promised to check with WHO about this topic.

You may choose to look the other way but you can never say again that you did not know.
William Wilberforce….

…. as Ian says, “Once you know it, you cannot unknow it.”

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