Greens try to hide their support for smart meter roll-out while more than 230 scientists agree that 5G is bad for our health

By Annie Dieu-Le-Veut

Scientists are appealing to the WHO (World Health Organisation) that the 5G wireless signal should be moved from a Group 2B Carcinogen to a Group 1, the same as asbestos and arsenic.

More than 230 people, scientists and doctors from 40 countries are warning of the dangers of 5G, which leads to a massive increase in involuntary exposure to electromagnetic radiation. They have signed the 5G Appeal, which urgently calls for a moratorium on the technology.


Numerous recent scientific publications have shown that EMF affects living organisms at levels well below what most international and national guidelines state is safe.

Effects include increased cancer risk, cellular stress, increase in harmful free radicals, genetic damages, structural and functional changes of the reproductive system, learning and memory deficits, neurological disorders, and negative impacts on general well-being in humans. Damage goes well beyond the human race, as there is growing evidence of harmful effects to both plants and animals.

However, the Green Party and Greenpeace have been clandestinely supporting the roll-out of 5G and smart meters. The Green Party recently removed it from manifesto, but you can still see it here at the bottom of page 23, while  Google Search results are still exposing their fraud.

Green Party links

In addition, a letter published in the Greens’ Record of Policy Statements  under the heading of Support for Solar, from as recently as September 2018, expresses their support for this Internet of Things agenda.

Policy statement Greens

Meanwhile, in Britain, Greenpeace has just been unmasked as the organisation behind the anti-Brexit Party poster campaign that ran before last Thursday’s Euro elections.

While the Tories and Labour sat on their hands and did virtually nothing to try to preserve their parties’ vote, Greenpeace went full steam ahead with £230,000 of advertising that targetted Nigel Farage and Ann Widdicombe, trying to smear them as extremist “right wing haters”. At the same time, they blocked up central London with their Extinction Rebellion flying pickets and the young, plaited Greta Thunberg was ushered into Westminster to meet with MPs, most visibly Michael Gove of the government Tory party who said that she had convinced him that “we should do more about climate change”. He didn’t add that the UK was among a handful of countries that had the lowest carbon emissions in the world.

Recent exposés have shown that Greenpeace and Extinction Rebellion are funded by the big corporations. It’s also now emerging that the globalist Blairites with their spin doctor Alastair Campbell have been trying to take down the Labour Party from the inside.  Is it to let in the 5G and smart meter supporting Greens, one can’t help wondering?

However, while the Greens did do better than usual in the Euro elections in the UK, it was Nigel Farage who stepped into the vacuum left by the two main absent parties to expose the real climate change in Britain. Despite the media spin, when you compare the two regional maps of the 2016 referendum and this most recent Euro election, it shows that the UK is now awash with Brexit Party blue while there are very few yellow Remain beach-heads left.





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