I've been reading up on 5G for a few weeks right now, and feel like I really need to start sharing some of this. If you want a more reference-heavy text-based summary of the dangers you can get the big picture here.
It feels like humanity's nearing a breaking point. Either we wake up, or it's over. I'd hope for a total social, technological and environmental collapse over a mindless big-brother dystopia where we live our lives like zombies though, constantly bombarded with frequencies that slowly wear us down and strain us; make us slaves to a system that some people, for some reason, believe can be to their benefit. To our benefit?
The movie above's definitely a bit overly dramatic, as is the title (I changed the case as to not give a bad first impression) and messily arranged, probably hastily - with the intention of getting this out to the masses as fast as possible, but hopefully you see the bigger picture. Take from it what you will. Look around. Take part in the information you come across and build your own opinion. The worst you can be is unaware.
Personally I've probably never been so afraid, and so against anything as much as this in my entire life. It's getting hard to focus on peripheral tasks. We need to wake up. We need to find a better way. Technology has been evolving so rapidly it seems like we've lost control over it; it's no longer evolving to our benefit, but taking us far, far away from our original ideals; visions for humankind.
Is an augmented reality, where humans pay tribute to a corporate regime that benefits off of our suffering, all the while corporations race to replace us with machines, increase productivity and effectivize big data to control our consumption habits really the future we strive for? One where nature's sacrificed in the want for connectivity, and social media becomes the only thing that feeds us the dopamine we need to keep going, in a world that's teetering on the edge of both economic and environmental collapse; where warfare has become invisible, and commercial rather than idealistic, and regimes are technically able to enforce their propaganda by quelling all opposition with silent radiation?
If all of this sounds like sci-fi, then question why. What benefits will the technology we are currently building allow us, and do those really outweigh the potential mis-use? Is this the kind of world that you want to live in? I'm starting to understand why Elon Musk doesn't seem adverse to actually moving to Mars himself, if that means escaping this otherwise inescapable potential global tyranny, and at the least: highly radiated, mindless, devoid of all but the strongest lifeforms future dystopia.
I get carried away, but even if you believe only in the lesser dangers surely even those are far too great to allow? I'll be getting an EMF meter soon and I swear I am never getting a 5G phone. Not unless the risks of this particular technology are drastically reduced. But the more I read the more I feel it'd be better if we just backtrack to our roots. This future? It just does not compute.
There's an appeal against all of this here, with a great deal of organizations and researchers backing it too. Give it a look if you like. And expect a bit more on this topic later on... it's finna become my calling.