The 5G Roll Out: Military Weapons and Mass Control

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Written by John O’Sullivan

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Your humble kitchen microwave oven has more in common with weapons of mass destruction (WMD) than you might think. Your new 5G smart phone will be no different.

Of course, you won’t make any sinister connections if you’ve already been seduced by government and big corporation propaganda about the ‘benefits’ of the new 5G telecommunications roll out.

Hundreds of concerned scientists say we are sleep walking into a new dystopia. Fear not only of mass exposure to an untested and unproven 5G system with unknown health risks, but also a real threat to our civil liberties.

See also: Particle Physicist: 5G Is Ultimate Directed Energy Weapon System

Some critics argue this is nothing new: we have long been exposed – since the dark days of the Cold War – to these new weapons of The psychotronics era.

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According to female protesters (image, right) of nuclear weapons in the 1980’s, at Britain’s “peace camp” at Greenham Common, had an early and unpleasant taste of this invisible new weapon:

In ‘Peace Women fear electronic zapping at base’ in the Guardian, 10 March 1986 Gareth Parry reported that, ‘The American military [at Greenham Common] have an intruder detection system called BISS, Base Installation Security System, which operates on a sufficiently high frequency to bounce radar waves off a human body moving in the vicinity of a perimeter fence.’ In a Hearing before a Subcommittee of the Committee on Appropriations, U.S. House of Representatives, on Military Construction Appropriations for 1985, General Schneidel made an indiscreet reference to the possibility of the use of microwave technology at Greenham Common.

But rather than delve deep into all the scientific and military nuances, in this article we merely aim to introduce new readers to the basic concept that so many marvelous new inventions, turned into everyday consumer products, have a devilish military provenance.

Take for instance the humble kitchen microwave.

As tells us:

The microwave oven did not come about as a result of someone trying to find a better, faster way to cook. During World War II, two scientists invented the magnetron, a tube that produces microwaves. Installing magnetrons in Britain’s radar system, the microwaves were able to spot Nazi warplanes on their way to bomb the British Isles.By accident, several years later, it was discovered that microwaves also cook food. Called the Radar Range, the first microwave oven to go on the market was roughly as large and heavy as a refrigerator.
The idea of using microwave energy to cook food was accidentally discovered by Percy LeBaron Spencer of the Raytheon Company when he found that radar waves had melted a candy bar in his pocket. Experiments showed that microwave heating could raise the internal temperature of many foods far more rapidly than a conventional oven.
All electromagnetic energy can be characterized as waves with a specific wavelength and frequency distributed over a continuous range known as the electromagnetic spectrum. For example, some radio waves have a wavelength of 6 feet (12 meters) and a frequency of 50 million hertz (Hz-cycles per second). Visible light waves have a wavelength of 400 to 700 millimicrons, and typical X-rays have a length of 0.01 millimicrons and a frequency of 30 x 10¹² millions.Microwaves (short waves or high frequency radio waves) are the shortest of radio waves, with a length of 0.1 millimeter and a frequency of 3 x 109 Hz.

Microwaves are reflected from most metals but they produce inductive resonances in the atoms of many other substances [including animals and humans]. It was the discovery of their reaction to metals that led to the invention of radar. It was their ability to produce resonant coupling that led to the invention of the microwave oven.

The New Killing Fields: Electromagnetic Weapons

Electromagnetic microwaves have been found to be so incredibly versatile, as explains more of the military side to all this:

“While the military was vigorously denying the very existence of bioeffects from electromagnetic-field exposure, such bioeffects were actually being explored as potential weapons — weapons with the enormous advantage of being totally silent and imperceptible.

The EMP [electromagnetic pulse] concept has been extended through the development of devices that generate EMP pulses without the need for nuclear explosions. Such devices could be deployed for use against enemy command and control centers and against aircraft in order to produce failure of electronic equipment.

A derivative of this program is HPM (high-power pulsed microwave), a system producing intense, extremely short pulses of microwave. Several types, ranging in frequency from 1200 MHz to 35 GHz with powers up to 1000 megawatts, are being tested. These are also considered for potential use as weapons against human beings.”

A recent report derived from the testing program of the Microwave Research Department of the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research states, “Microwave energy in the range 1 to 5 GHz, a militarily important range, penetrates all organ systems of the body and thus puts all organ systems at risk.” Effects on the central nervous system are considered very important.

The testing program, begun in 1986, is divided into four parts: (1) prompt debilitation effects; (2) prompt stimulation through auditory effects; (3) work interference/stoppage effects; and (4) effects on stimulus-controlled behavior. The report goes on to state, “Microwave pulses appear to couple to the central nervous system and produce stimulation similar to electrical stimulation unrelated to heat.” It appears that HPM is capable of altering behavior in the same fashion as Delgado’s electrical stimulation.

The production of cognitive and behavioral alteration by HPM [high-power pulsed microwave] is a sledgehammer effect in comparison to the subtle alterations produced by ELF [extra low frequency] fields. According to a 1982 Air Force review of biotechnology, ELF has a number of potential military uses, including “dealing with terrorist groups, crowd control, controlling breaches in security at military installations, and antipersonnel techniques in tactical warfare.” The same report states, “[Electromagnetic] systems would be used to produce mild to severe physiological disruption or perceptual disruption or disorientation. They are silent, and countermeasures to them may be difficult to develop.

And What of the Big Telecoms Rollout of 5G?

Paul Skeldon (August 5, 2019) in ‘ 5G: Are you ready for the big boost?‘ writes:

“5G is coming – and you really should believe the hype: it is going to transform telecoms as we know it. According to 5G Americas, the industry trade association and voice of 5G and LTE for the Americas, global mobile connections will total 10 billion by 2023 based on forecasts provided by Ovum. Also, by the end of 2023, global 5G connections are expected to reach 1.3 billion.”

Lots of talk of Big Money players, billions of customers, peak data rates 20 times faster than 4G and simultaneous connections for one million devices per square kilometre. The ultra-high speed will permit greater innovations in artificial intelligence, robotics and large-scale Internet of Things (IoT) usage.

But nowhere in these breathless promotions will you get a mention of the population control potential of an all-pervasive weaponry potential. Almost on every street corner expect to see transmitter towers.

For 5G to work, it requires cities to be blanketed in countless “small cell” receptors. This means EMF radiation will be ubiquitous, unavoidable, and stronger than ever.

And what of the health side affects from simple, everyday “always on” connectivity with 5G usage?

An in-depth investigative piece in The Nation magazine recently dug into the tactics used by Big Wireless to convince the public cell phones are safe. They point to another key method of manipulation: funding friendly research. This “conveys the impression that the scientific community truly is divided,” says the piece. “Thus, when studies have linked wireless radiation to cancer or genetic damage… industry spokespeople can point out, accurately, that other studies disagree.”

Wary souls are forewarning that ‘Big Wireless’ will be no less problematic than ‘Big Tobacco’ or ‘Big Oil’ in the wider social and health and environmental impacts.

As warns:

“‘Big wireless’” trades on the same economy of doubt. As long as the research results on the safety of electromagnetic radiation is conflicting, the public can’t be sure of the truth.”


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