Civilian leadership and local community engagement is essential to reigning in the military’s radiofrequency / microwave (“4G/5G/6G+AI”) weapon system and to responsibly guide scientific advancement based on ethics and the protection of biological life.
“5G,” a clever marketing term, is actually ground-based and space-based  infrastructure blasting radiofrequency/microwave (RF/MW) RADIATION, covering the Earth and assaulting all biological life with hazardous pollution.
The 2020 AT&T global standards policy primer , acknowledged AT&T’s partnership with the United Nations International Telecommunications Union (UN ITU) in establishing a global standard for “5G” soon to be “6G,” + Artificial Intelligence (AI).
The paper also stated: “The federal government should continue to support private, robust networks built on consensus-based global standards driven by the private sector and aggressively remove local barriers to deployment.” p.9 LINK
What might those “local barriers” be? Perhaps all the people who oppose the contamination of the environment with RF/MW RADIATION.
Those familiar with UN Agenda 2030 understand the goal of the UN, to install a one world government, now advertised as “Sustainable Development Goals” or SDGs. Not only is China one of the biggest funders of UN ITU , but AT&T has been partnering  with China for more than thirty years.
It’s clear that the reckless deployment of microwave antenna systems marketed as “4G-5G-6G” ( + ‘smart’ meters + Wi-Fi +AI ), is a war on humanity and Life on Earth. Consumers have been captivated by skillful marketing without understanding how ‘smart’ devices are purposed as tools of surveillance and biowarfare.
In an article related to national security, 5G (and the competition for global AI dominance) is described as the “entry point to the global digital and cyber-physical infrastructure with the opportunity to control the network infrastructure.”
Congressional testimony on the harm of microwave radiation 1976
“…experts have conceded that there is no established threshold below which radiation exposure is not harmful.” LINK
GUIDELINES AND SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS FOR MICROWAVE ANTENNAS ON FEDERAL PROPERTY IN THE NATIONAL CAPITOL REGION Link
APPROVED: January 7, 1988
“The National Capital Planning Commission finds that certain microwave antennas may adversely impact the aesthetics of the National Capital Region and the health and welfare of the population. Therefore, in order to minimize the visual impacts of microwave antennas on the skyline of the Nation’s Capital and on the general appearance of Federal facilities and to protect the public from any potential adverse radio frequency bio-effect impacts from transmitting microwave antennas, the National Capital Planning Commission is providing the following Guidelines and Submission Requirements to be used by Federal agencies in the National Capital Region in the preparation and submission plans for antenna installations.”
The FCC claims microwave radiation has no effects. The military uses microwave radiation as a weapon. Who is telling the truth?
In addition to potentially geoengineering-induced weather incidents such as the recent Fort Lauderdale, Florida rain event, and the California snowstorms in March, America has experienced numerous explosive fire incidents.
What is not being addressed is the possibility that directed energyweapons (DEWs), in addition to geoengineering, could be used as weapons to target and destroy American industry and infrastructure.
Unfortunately, politicians in Washington have prioritized Ukraine’s security instead of protecting America’s borders and airspace.
A comprehensive review of U.S. strategic policy and military leadership is urgently needed to close any gaps in national security and prioritize the economic interests and safety of the American people.
Clearly you can see a particle beam or beam of light appear before the initial percussion and explosion. This video has been slowed down 4x and stabilized. This explosion took place on November the 13th, North of Samarra, which lies about 80 miles to the north-west of Baghdad Iraq.