Even After 5G Court Case Was Won – UK Scientist Facing Jail Time For Warning Public About 5G

Even After 5G Court Case Was Won – UK Scientist Facing Jail Time For Warning Public About 5G By B.N. Frank Since 2017, 241 scientists and doctors from the U.S. and around the world have demanded a moratorium on the installation of 5G wireless technology due to biological and environmental risks. Activist Post already reported about the 5G court case that was won in Gateshead, England after 5G was installed in street lamps and people became sick.  Scientist, Mark Steele, was part of the movement to get the 5G removed…

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“Tingly Thigh Syndrome” Is On The Rise, Not Enjoyable, And May Be Related To Cell Phones In Pockets

“Tingly Thigh Syndrome” Is On The Rise, Not Enjoyable, And May Be Related To Cell Phones In Pockets By B.N. Frank This sensational news came courtesy of The Daily Beast: “Cell Phones and Skinny Jeans Cause a Spike in Tingling Thigh Syndrome.” Modern tech and fashion are joining forces for a painful muscle condition. […] The Mayo Clinic offers the simplest advice: Avoid tight clothing and maintain a healthy weight. And don’t forget to move your phone to another pocket. Move your phone to another pocket?  Experts say not to…

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In 2014, Verizon Acknowledged Probable Future Lawsuits and Settlements in re Cell Phones and Towers

In 2014, Verizon Acknowledged Probable Future Lawsuits and Settlements in re Cell Phones and Towers By B.N. Frank Thanks to Environmental Health Trust for posting the above statement made by Verizon in 2014 as well as this: Verizon  Insurance: Protects The Phone But Not the Person “Coverage Excludes Pollution.” Pollution is defined as “The discharge, dispersal, seepage, migration, escape or presence of pollutants. Pollutants means any solid, liquid, gaseous, or thermal irritant or contaminant including smoke, vapor, soot, fumes, acid, alkalis, chemicals, artificially produced electric fields, magnetic field, electromagnetic field,…

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“Internet of Roads” — Colorado Goes All-in With Increased Radiation and Surveillance

“Internet of Roads” — Colorado Goes All-in With Increased Radiation and Surveillance By Kevin Samson Evidently, a test run for smart pavement in Colorado that I reported on back in May 2018 was successful enough to give it the all systems go. A plan to turn a portion of Interstate 70 into a roadway where cars communicate with street lights, signs and other internet-connected things just tripled to more than 500 miles. Colorado’s “internet of roads” project will now extend to highways that reach from Pueblo to Wyoming, and Sterling…

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Details About the 20,000 Satellites Earmarked for Beaming 5G Radiation at Us from Space and Why This Is A Bad Idea.

Details About the 20,000 Satellites Earmarked for Beaming 5G Radiation at Us from Space and Why This Is A Bad Idea. By B.N. Frank It sounds so far-fetched that many don’t believe that this has actually been planned and promoted for a while now.  In November, an online petition was started to try to stop this from happening. Yesterday, Health Impact News covered the latest on this impending disaster: 20,000 Satellites for 5G to be Launched Sending Focused Beams of Intense Microwave Radiation Over Entire Earth If you weren’t already…

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Timelines of Sickness and Death Documented After Cell Towers Were Installed in U.S. Locations

Timelines of Sickness and Death Documented After Cell Towers Were Installed in U.S. Locations By B.N. Frank Most would agree that firefighters are some of the bravest among us.  That’s why it’s noteworthy that the International Association of Firefighters (IAFF) has opposed the use of their stations for cell towers and antennas since 2004.  Their website has many pages of research that they reference to support this opposition.  Some of it was conducted on firefighters. **Note:  A pilot study was conducted in 2004 of six California fire fighters working and…

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Another Big Tech Antitrust Accusation – Now By A Former Assistant Attorney General

Another Big Tech Antitrust Accusation – Now By A Former Assistant Attorney General By B.N. Frank Recently Activist Post published an article about how Ohio Senator Sherrod Brown accused the government of not being aggressive enough on antitrust issues with tech companies. On January 2, 2018, CNN published an opinion piece with the same accusations.  It was written by Sally Hubbard, a former assistant attorney general in the New York AG Antitrust Bureau who heads up big tech and monopolization for The Capitol Forum. She explained in great detail how…

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Lawsuit Contests Constitutionality of the 1996 Telecom Act Which Doesn’t Allow Opposing Cell Towers Due to Health Risks

Lawsuit Contests Constitutionality of the 1996 Telecom Act Which Doesn’t Allow Opposing Cell Towers Due to Health Risks By B.N. Frank Because of the Telecommunications Act of 1996, Americans have not been allowed to oppose the installation of cell towers and other wireless infrastructure based on health and environmental concerns near schools, medical facilities, residential areas, or anywhere else.  The first lawsuit contesting the constitutionality of this 20+ year old legislation was filed on December 21, 2018 in Santa Fe, New Mexico. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is supposed to…

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NY Times: Arizonians Are Physically Attacking Self-Driving Cars to Protect Themselves and Loved Ones

NY Times: Arizonians Are Physically Attacking Self-Driving Cars to Protect Themselves and Loved Ones By B.N. Frank Let’s get real:  haven’t self-driving vehicles always seemed like they’re more trouble than they’re worth? Activist Post doesn’t endorse vandalism or violence.  However, this New York Times article, “Wielding Rocks and Knives, Arizonans Attack Self-Driving Cars,” seems too important not to share. Automated vehicles are being introduced throughout the U.S. despite all their reported issues and accidents (including one fatality).  Insurance experts have also been debating the implications of their existence for…

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Campaign Promises by New School Board Members Include No Cell Towers on School Property

Campaign Promises by New School Board Members Include No Cell Towers on School Property By B.N. Frank This excellent news was reported yesterday by the Capital Gazette: The county’s first-ever school board election introduced a new crop of members to the body that represents more than 83,000 children in Anne Arundel County. Candace Antwine, District 1; Michelle Corkadel, District 7; Melissa Ellis, District 4; and Dana Schallheim, District 5, took office in December. They won voters over with promises to return lost step increases to teachers, invest in school safety…

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