Hugo makes as powerful a case as one can make for a quixotic cause—but maybe not all that quixotic, if we consider the one hazard that he does not discuss.
Aside from their addictiveness, and their enablement of a surveillance grid the likes of which the world has never known, there’s also the toxicity of EMF, which makes cell phones far more dangerous physically than Big Tech/Wireless (and, therefore, the media) want us to know. On this I strongly recommend the work of Arthur Firstenberg; and if you do a search on News from Underground, you’ll find much other useful stuff as well.
While people largely seem blasé about the likelihood that their cell phone calls are all precisely catalogued, their searches and transactions and their every chat recorded, they’re likely not to be indifferent, if it were properly reported, to the proven carcinogenicity of too much cell phone talk with those hot units pressed against their users’ heads, or of users (the tacit drug analogy is apt) carrying their iPhones in their pockets, or sleeping next to them when they’re plugged in and charging—a danger that’s been variously underplayed, blacked out or “debunked” by “our free press,” exactly as the latter did, from the Twenties well into the Seventies, with the effects of cigarette smoking on the heart and lungs. Just as Big Tobacco was allowed to call the editorial shots because of all it spent, throughout the media (including major medical journals), on ads for cigarettes, cigars and pipe tobacco, so do Verizon, Apple, Samsung et al. now wield the same suppressive influence (as does Big Pharma) on the Fourth Estate, so that few people know enough to use their phones less often and more carefully.
That may now change, since Children’s Health Defense scored their big legal victory against the FCC, which will now have to deal more honestly with this widespread, and—with 5G on the near horizon—ever-worsening health hazard; and so it’s not at all far-fetched to predict that people may become more cautious about cell phones, once (or if) the press starts doing its job (assuming that’s not too far-fetched a notion).
And if people do rethink their overuse of cell phones, and the health hazards of 5G, and WiFi overall, it might then be possible to garner mass support for keeping landlines on the market, they being far healthier (and less easily surveilled) than cell phones. (I have a landline, and use ethernet cables to connect my laptop to the Internet, in order to “stay safe” at home.)
This is something to consider, as long as we’re still free to talk about it.
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Visit the post for more.On Thursday, August 19, 2021, 09:06:00 PM CDT, Mark Crispin Miller <email@example.com> wrote: Who says?
On Thu, Aug 19, 2021 at 8:16 <> wrote: They WANT you on your cell phone. Why? Cell phones are not only good for surveillance, but for knowing your EXACT location if they want to do an invisible electro magnetic aerial strike on you, but they can also listen into your call in REAL TIME … as you’re conversing. So if you’re making plans… they will know what you’re doing and where you’re going as you’re making the arrangements.That might cause problems.