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Artists Organize Event to Protest 5G in France

By B.N. Frank Cities worldwide AND entire countries have taken action to ban, delay, halt, and limit 5G installation AS WELL AS issue moratoriums. Opposition in France is growing among citizens and legislators as well (see 1, 2).  Last month, radiation measurement devices were installed inside 5G towers and a French TV station aired a…

Global Event: Shining a Light on 5G During the Winter Solstice

By B.N. Frank Since 2017, doctors and scientists have asked for 5G moratoriums on Earth and in space (see 1, 2).  Cities AND entire countries have taken action to ban, delay, halt, and limit 5G installation AS WELL AS issue moratoriums on deployment due to biological, environmental, and safety risks. Despite increasing warnings and opposition,…

Was Wednesday A Super Spreader Event, One Bank Asks

From DB’s Jim Reid Wednesday was the busiest day at US airports since the pandemic began. The Transportation Security Administration screened  more than 1.07 million people at US airports on Thanksgiving eve. For context this number was still down 41% on the same Wednesday last year. We are very positive about the chance of a…

Bomb Strikes WWI Memorial Event In Saudi Arabia Hosted By Western Diplomats

A terror attack has targeted a World War I commemoration event in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia on Wednesday, resulting in several people wounded and widespread panic.  The ceremony was attended by Western diplomats on the occasion of European countries observing Armistice day or Remembrance day, November 11, which this year marks 102 years since the end of the…

‘The Stadium & Event Safety Strategic Alliance’ Will Create A Global Covert Facial Recognition Surveillance Program

A recent announcement describing the creation of a ‘stadium & event strategic alliance’ might be one of the most tone deaf announcements to come out of the sports world since the outbreak of COVID-19. GlobeNewsWire reports that an AI company, a soccer league, and an events stadium are working together to covertly spy on event-goers…