UN Secretary General Can No Longer Plead Ignorance of 5G Dangers

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Claire Edwards, a former editor and trainer in Intercultural Writing for the UN, advised the UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres of the extreme dangers of electromagnetic frequencies soon to be delivered in the form of 5G networks. The significance of this is that Guterres now has been informed in a public setting and can no longer claim that he has not been informed or warned. Legally, this fact makes him criminally negligent for any ill effects caused by 5G if he does nothing in his official capacity to mitigate or eliminate the danger. Edwards informed him that, in 2015, wifi and cell-phone boosters installed on low ceilings throughout the buildings of the UN Vienna international Center are exposing workers to one-quintillion times above natural background radiation. She demanded that the EMF-emitting devices be removed from all of the buildings and a halt to any roll out of 5G devices.  In 2011, the UN World Health Organization classified wireless as a group 2B carcinogen. Edwards informed Guterres that 5G is designed to deliver concentrated and focused EMF radiation in excess of 100 times the current level, in the same way as energy-directed weapons. Notice from the laughter and facial expressions of delegates that they do not take Edwards seriously. [Interesting, isn’t it, how ignorance can cause people to laugh at being told of their own pending destruction.] -GEG

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