5G: NY Times Blames Russia for U.S. 5G Opposition Even Though Telecom Industry Can’t Provide Evidence That 5G Is Safe, Researchers Say It’s Harmful
RT Explosive: New York Times’ 5G ties uncovered
Rick Sanchez lays into the New York Times’ baseless and intellectually lazy attack on RT America’s coverage of the potential health hazards posed by 5G radiation. Then RT America’s Dan Cohen reports on the deep conflicts of interest between New York Times and US telecommunications giant Verizon and what ties between the two say about the Times’ motives for attacking RT’s coverage of 5G technology. RT America’s Michele Greenstein discusses the legitimate public health concerns that scientists continue to raise about 5G technology and are relevant to people of all countries and points out that smearing RT is far easier than smearing the doctors and other experts sounding the alarm. Finally, journalism professor Chris Chambers joins Rick Sanchez to weigh in on the Times’ “bizarre” latest attack on RT and what it says about declining standards in journalism.
5G: The 5G Revolution: Millions of “Human Guinea Pigs” in Big Telecom’s Global Experiment 1 hour radio show
This week’s Global Research News Hour critically examines the hype surrounding the fifth generation of mobile communication networks, and the potential for harm that it poses to the public.
In our first half hour, we get a breakdown of the health hazards of wireless radiation, and Canada’s regulatory stance from Canadian scientist Meg Sears, PhD. In our second half hour, we’ll hear from Patti Wood of the non-profit information hub Grassroots Environment Education about citizens’ efforts to protect the public from the 5G roll out. Toward the end of the show we’ll hear an excerpt from the CFUV program Gorilla Radio with activist and citizen journalist Walt McGinnis who has further insights into the new wireless technology, including an interesting connection with the University of Victoria.
One further note, Sunday May 12th is Environmental Sensitivities Awareness Day, a date on which environmental health organizations attempt to raise awareness about potentially disabling conditions such as Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity, Multiple Chemical Sensitivity, and other crippling ailments induced by environmental factors, including EM radiation.