13 June 2020
Doctors, scientists and activists at risk
The news that will make the international movement Stop 5G tremble comes from Brussels: the General Secretariat of the Council of the European Union has sent all delegates the conclusions entitled “Shaping Europe’s digital future”, approved by written procedure on 9 June 2020.
Among the 24 pages of the document, which we partially report in absolute exclusivity on OASI SANA, point 36 “stresses that, in the context of the spread of new technologies such as 5G/6G, it is important to preserve the capacity of law enforcement agencies, security services and the judiciary to effectively exercise their legitimate functions; taking into account international guidelines for electromagnetic field effects on health; noting that it is important to combat the spread of misinformation on 5G networks, in particular with regard to claims that this network poses a health threat or that it is linked to COVID-19”.
The Council of the European Union is a kind of European Council of Ministers, and the General Secretariat of the Council chaired by Danish diplomat Jeppe Tranholm Mikkelsen is the body in charge of assisting the European Council. In short, we are talking about the summit, the EU summit.
After having discovered the clamorous conflict of interest of the Italian Government for the presence of Vittorio Colao in the Board of Directors of Verizon, world colossus of 5G, now it is clear that we are facing a real manoeuvre of encirclement as a game of Risk, a legalized techno-dictatorship, a witch hunt 2.0 in the unfolding of an unprecedented wave of repression orchestrated in the name of a denialist science devoted to risk in the technological unknown. In fact, this document puts on paper how nobody, from now on, will be able to feel safe anymore: repression against anyone who disagrees, even against precautionary politicians for the moratorium, doctors, scientists and independent researchers engaged in denouncing the dark sides of the Internet of things. But also against those who dare to question the obsolete and captious standards on thermal effects alone (and not strictly biological, much less long-term) drawn up by the International Commission for Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP), the private body based in Germany also condemned by the judges of the Court of Appeal of the Court of Turin for the unreliability of studies and links with telephone companies.