Mark Steele has exposed a secret 5G rollout by Gateshead Council that has caused residents to complain of increased illness, including cancer. There is strong evidence that 5G arrays on lampposts emit Class-1 radiation and are hazardous to health. Gateshead Council denied this evidence and used leaflets and a social-media campaign to attack him, saying he is spreading pseudo science. They said: “Please be assured that there is no scientific basis or credible evidence for any of these scare stories about street lights causing cancer and other illnesses.”
The Council used its police power to silence Mr. Steele but, yesterday, a court ruled that the gag order was was based on woeful ignorance, and the judge concluded: “The public have a right to know.” During the hearing, none of the Council officers could explain what 5G is, and the leading government expert refused to attend the hearing.
The 5G rollout in Gateshead will be treated as a landmark case for others to challenge their Councils. Surrey, Westminster, and Luton all have microwave EMF arrays installed on their new LED streetlights. We know that, even if these arrays are currently 2G, 3G, or 4G, they easily can be 5G-enabled at any time.
The Judge declared Mark Steele as a credible expert and engineer on EMF and GSM technologies, which proves Gateshead Council is liable for corruption, misleading the public, causing illness, and attempting to discredit Mark Steele and all other, such as the web site, Smombie Gate, who are fighting 5G roll outs.
Councils are financially struggling at the moment, over 50% are almost bankrupt, because most of their resources are being spent on the increase of Adult Social Care, so any proposal with the promise of more revenue is irresistible.
Smart City companies are going into Councils with amazing futuristic presentations that promise increased revenue, explaining that the first step is to install the 5G infrastructure, i.e. the lampposts on streets and motorways.
The alleged benefits will be 24/7 police surveillance that sees through walls; smart road signs; 4k live streaming on the move; driver-less vehicles, public transport, mobile virtual reality, mobile augmented reality, and a fast connection for Elon Musk’s proposed brain implant called the Neuralink giving people the Internet inside their mind. All these features are alluring for Councils because they will be able to increase taxes on these ventures.