2019-05-13 The New York Times Hit Job Can’t Change the Science

Here is a prime example of how industry misleads the public, even in media that many respect and trust.  On the front page of the New York Times, an article that asserts 5G is safe, anything to the contrary is part of a Russian hoax. “No evidence”.  Not one mention of the “game changer” NTP or Ramazzini reports, or in fact any credible report. It especially attacks the film “5G Apocalypse”.  This gives the telecoms credibility — to call us and the experts who believe the scientific evidence “tin-hatters”.  Just watch them quote this article.  Shameful!!

Your 5G Phone Won’t Hurt You. But Russia Wants You to Think Otherwise.

“RT America, a network known for sowing disinformation, has a new alarm: the coming ‘5G Apocalypse.’

RT America taps the ranks of existing anti-cellular activists to wage its 5G campaign. Some have railed for decades against cellphones, power lines and other everyday sources of electromagnetic waves. Much of their work appears not in reputable science journals but little-known reports, publications and self-published tracts, at times with copious notes of dubious significance. They tend to cite each other’s research.

It’s unclear how many RT experts realize they are aiding a Russian network or that it acts as Mr. Putin’s mouthpiece. At times, RT simply mines existing videotape and print materials, editing them to reflect its perspective. And the intelligence report noted that some network staffers fail to disclose their RT affiliation when conducting interviews.

Even so, private analysts see the 5G attacks as reaching perhaps millions of online viewers — terrifying some, infuriating others.   “RT successfully feeds the conspiracy-oriented ecosystem,” said John Kelly, chief executive of Graphika, a network analytics firm. “This effort is having a real impact. It’s bearing fruit.”

https://www.nytimes.com/2019/05/12/science/5g-phone-safety-health-russia.html?action=click&module=Top%20Stories&pgtype=Homepage 

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The telecoms must be feeling the pressure to have such a hit job by William Broad who, for years, has covered for the wireless industry. Dr. Louis Slesin of Microwave News was on to him many years ago. The New York Times is complicit in keeping the public in the dark about the dangers — shameful for a once respected newspaper to sell out. Read here about William Broad.

Also, in the article, is very interesting info about Barrie Trower, a very gentle, caring man with whom I’ve spoken and written a few times. He is dedicated to getting the truth out and travels the world, often on his own dime, to warn people about what he knows first hand. He told me that the Russians discovered that various frequencies affect various parts of the body so harm can be specific, making it harder to identify the source.

The New York Times’s William Broad is Complicit in Global Corporate Genocide

His decades of deliberate deception about the risks of power line and wireless radiation will help to kill at least 150 million people.

https://medium.com/@3DA0KM/the-new-york-timess-william-broad-is-complicit-in-global-corporate-genocide-d4e09cf079d6


From: “Americans for Responsible Technology” <info@americansforresponsibletech.org>
To: “Sharon Noble”
Sent: May 13, 2019
Subject: The New York Times Hit Job Can’t Change the Science
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The NY Times Invokes Russia and Conspiracy Theories in an Attempt to Stifle Opposition to 5G

On the eve of the May 15th 5G Day of Action, the first national campaign to push back against the unchecked deployment of 5G-ready small cell infrastructure, the New York Times has published a shameful and wildly inaccurate hit piece asserting that opponents of 5G are being unwittingly manipulated by Russia.

The article, “Your 5G Phone Won’t Hurt You. But Russia Wants You to Think Otherwise,” focuses exclusively on a television network most people have never heard of – RT America – and argues that the tiny network, controlled by the Russian government, is the sole driving force behind the growing public opposition to 5G.

The Times cleverly conflates 5G-enabled smart phones with 5G small cell antennas, and fails to note that RT America is just one of many media outlets that are covering the controversy over 5G antenna deployment, including Fox News and CNN.

It also neglects to mention the hundreds of recently published, peer-reviewed, independent scientific studies from highly credible academic institutions and our own National Institutes of Health that demonstrate biological harm, including cancer, from exposure to RF microwave radiation. A listing of some of the most recent studies is located here.

Verizon CEO Hans Vestberg welcomes New York Times CEO Mark Thompson at a recent announcement of their 5G joint venture.
Although the Times acknowledges its investment in a 5G joint venture with the telecom giant Verizon, it fails to mention another clear conflict of interest: the pages of the Times are filled with full-page color ads for wireless companies like Verizon which stand to make billions from new services made possible by the deployment of 5G-enabled small cell antennas on virtually every block of every street in America.

In the article, the Times attempts to disparage a highly credible academic researcher and medical professional with no financial stake in the debate, while quoting so-called “experts” with ties to industry but no credentials or experience in public health.  Without any evidence, the Times smugly concludes that there is absolutely no risk related to 5G.

Based on the science, we are certain of the risk, and believe that widespread exposure to wireless radiation will soon become a national public health issue. We are particularly concerned for children, who, notwithstanding the casual assertion of the Times to the contrary, are more vulnerable than adults to environmental exposures of all kinds.

The Times owes an apology to its readers for failing to disclose its own economic stake in the successful deployment of 5G, and for publishing this transparent attempt to stifle legitimate concerns about an exposure that has been proven harmful.

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