November 24, 2023 | Zero5G.com | Image Source | The DoD and NATO are driving the deployment of wireless infrastructure marketed as “5G” or FutureG, which is not only purposed for communications, but is also a weapons system. The foundation of all wireless “G” networks is built on the transmission of microwave radiation, which is defined as pollution.
Information warfare, biometric surveillance, weather engineering, weaponry, digital currency (CBDC), and Artificial Intelligence (AI) are just some of the applications of “5G/6G/FutureG” global wireless networks standardized at the UN ITU. China is the biggest contributor to the United Nations (UN) ITU and the second biggest contributor to the UN.
In essence, the CCP system of biometric surveillance is being installed globally, via “5G/FutureG” communications networks in gross violation of human rights and in the U.S., violating the Fourth Amendment protection to be free from unreasonable searches and seizures, or unwarranted surveillance.
An underappreciated problem for free societies is the partnership of nations within the United Nations, an unelected organization intent on locking down and controlling the world’s population based on a manufactured public health “emergency,” engineered climate “emergency,” economic “emergency,” or other induced catastrophe.
In light of United Nations corruption & overreach, and the fact that the purpose of the military is to destroy, not preserve life, civilians are urgently needed to provide regulatory barriers to deployment of communications networks. Bioethics and environmental safety guidance is needed to correct communications systems to be in service to, not enslavement of, the public.
Department of Defense FutureG Office
By strengthening and developing relationships with private industry, academia, and interagency partners, the FutureG office promotes the use of common, commercial standards for Department of Defense (DoD) operations, proliferates open and interoperable technologies, and advances critical next-generation wireless network capabilities. Link
China has established more than 700,000 5G base stations since the country greenlighted the commercial use of 5G in 2019, said the white paper from the China Academy of Information and Communications Technology.
Promising faster connection speeds, wider broadband and lower latency, the 5G network is regarded as the “infrastructure” for a variety of next-generation digital technologies, including artificial intelligence, virtual and augmented reality and driverless vehicles.