The records of the Stop 5G Global Appeal indicate that Poland’s Kancelaria Prezesa Rady Ministrow (Chancellery of the Council of Ministers), which is chaired by Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki has endorsed the appeal under the Category “Organizations”, scroll down to Poland. (see screenshot below)
There has, however, been no official confirmation from the Polish government of this historic decision.
And there has been no coverage of the issue by the mainstream media.
Have the entries been verified. The Prime Minister’s endorsement of the Appeal is on behalf of the Chancellery of the Council of Ministers. Was this entry undertaken by the Chancellery of the Council of Ministers?
There is no record of a decision pertaining to 5G on the home page of the Chancellery of the Council of Ministers.
A recent report by the Polish media suggests that the Warsaw government (in the context of the dispute with China’s Huawei) intends to approach the 5G issue in a coordinated fashion “across the EU” rather than at the level of individual EU member countries.
Moreover, according to author Julian Rose, the Prime Minister’s endorsement of the Stop 5G Appeal is contradictory:
“Morawiecki is due to lead his government in a major parliamentary [mid June] in which the existing ‘accepted emissions/frequencies’ will be superceded by new 5G frequencies to enable the roll-out of 5G across the length and breadth of Poland”.
UPDATE: Global Research had requested clarification from the organizers of The International Appeal to Stop 5G. This is their response (June 10, 21.30pm ET):
The International Appeal to Stop 5G on Earth and in Space welcomes the good sense of Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki in rejecting the fifth generation of wireless technology, 5G, by becoming a signatory to the Appeal.
The Appeal is a scientific and legal document that comprehensively sets out the case against 5G, which poses an existential threat to life on Earth. The people of Poland will doubtless be greatly relieved to learn that the Prime Minister supports protecting the health and natural environment of the Polish people.
Prime Minister Morawiecki joins the ranks of the numerous other concerned lawmakers who have rejected 5G: the Swiss cantons of Vaud, Jura and Geneva, which adopted moratoria, and Neuchâtel, Bern, St Gallen and Schwyz, which are considering doing so. The Swiss and Netherlands governments, as well as the US state of New Hampshire, have demanded reports on the safety of 5G before going ahead. Lawmakers in Rome and Florence, and those of at least 21 US cities have already rejected 5G, while the Belgian Environment Minister prohibited the 5G pilot project in Brussels, declaring that citizens were not “guinea pigs”.