(This post is a copy paste from Arthur Firstenberg's cell phone task force organisation)
VICTORY, AT LEAST FOR NOW, IN ITALY In my last newsletter, I reported that there had been an 18-day hunger strike against 5G in Italy and that the Alleanza Italiana Stop 5G had delivered 340,000 signatures to the Minister of Health asking for a moratorium on 5G and the Internet of Things. The exposure limit in Italy for radio-frequency radiation is 6 V/m, which is ten times lower than in most of the western world, and 5G cannot be deployed where the exposure limit is that low. Therefore the Italian Parliament was proposing amendments to the National Recovery and Resilience Plan that would have raised the exposure limit to 61 V/m, which would be in line with most of the rest of Europe. On July 29, 2021, the Alleanza announced that their petition has been successful. On July 13, during the week of protests, Parliament rejected the amendments and voted, at least for the present, to keep the exposure limit at 6 V/m. SMART FOX In Lakeville, Minnesota is the Save a Fox rescue facility that rescues foxes from the local fur farm and elsewhere and prepares them for adoption. When a mother fox at the fur farm rejects one of her babies, or when one of their foxes becomes disabled or sick, they give it to Save a Fox. One day last year, Mikayla Raines, the founder of Save a Fox, was preparing to do a yoga exercise and she set her smartphone on the ground to film her while she did her yoga. Along came one of her foxes, grabbed the phone, ran a long distance away, and dug a hole in order to bury it. This is a picture of the fox:
And this is the video that was captured by Mikayla’s smartphone while it was being carried in Dixie’s mouth: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cB6WbkPeRbU. To subscribe to my newsletters, go to cellphonetaskforce.org/newsletters or click on this link:
Arthur Firstenberg Author, The Invisible Rainbow: A History of Electricity and Life P.O. Box 6216 Santa Fe, NM 87502 USA phone: +1 505-471-0129 firstname.lastname@example.org July 15, 2021 The last 22 newsletters, including this one, are available for downloading and sharing on the Newsletters page of the Cellular Phone Task Force. Some of the newsletters are also available there in German, Spanish, Italian, and French.