Bill to put a Wifi mast in front of your house

In May 2019!! Industry ADMITTED THAT  “there are regulatory and implementation barriers involved with siting the large number of small cell base stations anticipated in 5G deployments”...

On April 10th 2020 a Bill was introduced to the US Congress TO ENABLE EFFICIENT DEPLOYMENT OF BROADBAND INFRASTRUCTURE.  This Bill is introduced to get an exemption from having to go through the review process under the NEPA BILL.

Click to access BILLS-116hr6488ih.pdf

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What you need to understand is that there have BEEN NO INDUSTRY STUDIES DONE TO SEE IF 5G IS SAFE FOR HUMANS. So they can say that there is no proof that 5G is harmful to human health because they have done no studies. But many others have done studies and proven that 5g does cause problems…serious ones!!

The Industry has been lobbying the President to get this 5G juggernaut going. Read what they wrote in a paper from May 2019 to the US President. They were describing what the system needs.

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That was written in May 2019!! Michael Kratsios ADMITS THAT  “there are regulatory and implementation barriers involved with siting the large number of small cell base stations anticipated in 5G deployments”…

Why do they use the word “deployments” when speaking of “siting” these cell base stations? The word deployments is normally associated with weaponry and soldiers etc on the military battlefield!

So what do we see now 11 months later? They are introducing a Bill to get around those barriers. The President should not sign off on this Bill–He should KILL THE BILL!

THE BILL

It is called: “Streamlining Permitting to Enable Efficient Deployment of Broadband Infrastructure Act of 2020″

The Bill states that it’s purpose is

To amend the Communications Act of 1934 to provide that the Federal Communications Commission is not required to perform any review under the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969 or division A of subtitle III of title 54, United States Code, as a condition of permitting the placement and installation of a communications facility, and for other purposes.

So nothing stated in the National Environmental Policy Act-(NEPA)- shall stop the PLACEMENT AND INSTALLATION of a broadband facility.

Notwithstanding any provision of the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969 (42 U.S.C. 4321 et seq.) or division A of subtitle III of title 54, United States Code, the Commission shall not be required to perform, and may not require any entity regulated by the Commission to perform, any review under such Act or division as a condition of permitting the placement and installation of a communications facility

Why would they want to NOT HAVE A REVIEW based upon NEPA? What does NEPA state?

2. assure for all Americans safe, healthful, productive, and aesthetically and culturally
pleasing surroundings;

3. attain the widest range of beneficial uses of the environment without degradation, risk
to health or safety, or other undesirable and unintended consequences;

Sec. 102 [42 USC § 4332]. The Congress authorizes and directs that, to the fullest extent
possible: (1) the policies, regulations, and public laws of the United States shall be
interpreted and administered in accordance with the policies set forth in this Act, and (2) all
agencies of the Federal Government shall

The NEPA ACT OF 1969 states that all policies, regulations and laws  in the future are to be in accordance with that EPA legislation. But this Bill introduced April 10th seeks to get around the wording of the overriding Act which was made to protect people and the environment from harmful effects to their health and surroundings.

Obviously something about BROADBAND FACILITIES present a risk to human health and well-being….otherwise they would be happy to submit to the review process through the EPA.

So what is it that this new Bill says about the kind of broadband facilities it wants to install and where do they wish to install them??

Definitions:

“(1) ANTENNA.—The term ‘antenna’ means communications equipment that transmits or receives electromagnetic radio frequency signals used in the provision of wireless services.

The term ‘communications facility’ includes—

“(A) any infrastructure, including any transmitting device, tower, or support structure, and any equipment, switches, wiring, cabling, power sources, shelters, or cabinets, associated with the licensed or permitted unlicensed wireless or wireline transmission of writings, signs, signals, data, images, pictures, and sounds of all kinds; and

Wait! What are permitted unlicenced transmission signals???] – They are the high end frequencies from 60GHz and upward!

“(B) any antenna or apparatus—

“(i) that is designed for the purpose of emitting or receiving radio frequency;

“(ii) that—

“(I) is designed to be operated, or is operating, from a fixed location pursuant to authorization by the Commission; or

“(II) is using duly authorized devices that do not require individual licenses; and

“(iii) that is added to a tower, building, support pole, or other structure.
“(3) COVERED EASEMENT.—The term ‘covered easement’ means an easement, right-of-way, or lease to, in, over, or on a building or other property owned by the Federal Government, excluding tribal land held in trust by the Federal Government (unless the tribal government of such land requests that the Commission not exclude the land for purposes of this definition), for the right to install, construct, modify, or maintain a communications facility.

“(4) PUBLIC RIGHT-OF-WAY.—The term ‘public right-of-way’—

“(A) means—

“(i) the area on, below, or above a public roadway, highway, street, sidewalk, alley, or similar property; and

“(ii) any land immediately adjacent to and contiguous with property described in clause (i) that is within the right-of-way grant; and [YOUR HOUSE’S FRONT VERGE ON THE STREET]

“(B) does not include a portion of the Interstate System (as such term is defined in section 101(a) of title 23, United States Code).

“(5) SUPPORT POLE.—The term ‘support pole’ means an upright pole or structure used or capable of being used to support a wireless service facility.

“(6) UTILITY FACILITY.—The term ‘utility facility’ means any privately, publicly, or cooperatively owned line, facility, or system for producing, transmitting, or distributing power, electricity, light, heat, gas, oil, crude products, water, steam, waste, storm water not connected with highway drainage, or any other similar commodity, including any fire or police signal system or street lighting system, that directly or indirectly serves the public.

“(7) WIRELESS SERVICE.—The term ‘wireless service’ means the transmission by radio communication of voice, video, or data communications services, including Internet Protocol or any successor protocol-enabled services, or any combination of those services, whether provided on a licensed or permitted unlicensed basis.

“(8) WIRELESS SERVICE FACILITY.—The term ‘wireless service facility’ means a facility for the provision of wireless service.”.


They want an exemption from the review process under the NEPA Act 1969

“SEC. 14. Exemption from review for certain communications facilities.

“(a) For permitting by Commission.—

“(1) IN GENERAL.—Notwithstanding any provision of the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969 (42 U.S.C. 4321 et seq.) or division A of subtitle III of title 54, United States Code, the Commission shall not be required to perform, and may not require any entity regulated by the Commission to perform, any review under such Act or division as a condition of permitting the placement and installation of a communications facility if—

“(A) the new facility—[the broadband transmitter on the pole]
“(i) will be located within a public right-of-way; and [out in front of your house on the land adjacent to the street you live on]
“(ii) is not more than 50 feet tall or 10 feet higher than any existing structure in the public right-of-way, whichever is higher; [So about the height of your house or the building you live in]
“(B) the new facility is—

“(i) a replacement for an existing communications facility; and [so they want to replace the old 3G and 4G with something stronger]
“(ii) the same as, or substantially similar to (as such term is defined by the Commission), the communications facility that the new communications facility is replacing;[same as–yes of course-it is  still broadcasting a wireless signal]
“(C) the new facility is a type of communications facility that—

“(i) is described in subsection (c)(2)(B); [any fixed antenna that is designed for the purpose of emitting or receiving radio frequency]

“(ii) meets the size limitation of a small antenna established by the Commission; or [antennas that are the size of your house so that they can irradiate the contents]
“(D) the placement and installation involve the expansion of the site of an existing facility not more than 30 feet in any direction.[Yes, a small pole in front of your house will emit a signal 30 feet is what they are saying]


Senator Blumenthal questions Telco Industry spokesmen about whether any safety studies have been done by industry to establish their safety or not.


The paper from 2019(page 24) says

The ITU and many countries are making relatively large frequency bands above 24 GHz for licensed and unlicensed use, which can support larger bandwidth channels for short range, high data rate transmissions. The 28 GHz frequency band is used in the 3GPP New Radio (NR) release 15, and the60 GHz unlicensed band is used by IEEE 802.11ad(WiGig).

In looking up IEEE802.11ad wikipedia has this…

Many studies prove that EMF exposure in general causes harmful effects.

https://www.jrseco.com/eu-reflex-study-shows-dna-damage-caused-by-radiation-from-wireless-devices-and-mobile-phones/

Oxidative mechanisms of biological activity of low-intensity radio frequency radiation

How Susceptible Are Genes to Mobile Phone Radiation?

Risk Evaluation of Potential Environmental Hazards From Low Energy Electromagnetic Field Exposure Using Sensitive in vitro Methods

Dr. Martin Pall To The NIH_ _The 5G Rollout Is Absolutely Insane

Yet…The Emerging Technologies paper sent to the Whitehouse says on page 31 that 60GHz will be released in 2020. Yes sir, it has been.

IEEE 802.11ay – Enhanced Throughput for Operation in License-Exempt Bands above 45 GHz.

This protocol, also known as Next Generation 60 GHz, is currently actively defining the protocol to support up to 100 Gbps data rates in the 60 GHz band, and to increase the range and reliability over the 802.ad protocol. The protocol will use downlink MU-MIMO and very wide channels and is expected to be released in 2020 (Zhou et al. 2018). In addition, there are several other ongoing related working groups: 802.11aj Enhancements for Very High Throughput to Support Chinese Millimeter Wave Frequency Bands (60 GHz and 45 GHz). This protocol, also known as China Millimeter Wave, is a modification to the 802.11ad specifically for the China frequency bands and was recently approved in 2018 (H. Wang et al. 2014).

The paper I have quoted is 104 pages long with not a single mention of the safety of these frequencies upon Life forms. Not one mention.

The thing is, we will all get so addicted to the super fast speeds it will bring and the smart homes and smart cars etc that we will not care if it harms us. Meanwhile the higher frequencies that effect O2 absorption may be used to simulate more viral symptoms and thereby allow Governments to bring in the controls again and again. Not a bright future for many.

Michael Kratsios’ paper to the President in May 2019 lays out the following….

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Note the Wifi band (below) called the Chinese Millimetre Wave Frequency at 45 and 60 GHz approved in 2018. And also the first the standard listed below for the USA – IEEE 802.11ad that operates between 57 and 64 GHz from masts with a range of less than 10 metres.

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The goal is total saturation of all places inside and outside buildings with the full range of frequencies, both licenced and unlicenced…ie from 1GHz up to and over 300GHz!!

And no industry studies to show safety.

Download pdf – However it does not contain the scrollable PDF of the Bill above