Humorous Video Shows the Unintended Consequences of Relying on 5G Technology that Is Unnecessary and Harmful

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The roll out of 5G technology includes placing transmitters on millions of telephone poles across the country to create a wireless internet on steroids.  The goal is to connect every single appliance to the internet in order to monitor, listen and watch people at all times.  Humorous commercial shows why 5G is unnecessary.  Over-technology is bad and harmful to human health.  If people refuse to buy products that they don’t need, 5G will fail.

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The video starts at 2:00.