To: Senator the Hon Mitch Fifield

5G roll out in Australia

5G roll out in Australia

Dear Minister please ensure that 5G technology is thoroughly and independently tested for potential long-term adverse health effects before it is rolled out in Australia. The health effect issue of 5G is potentially very controversial as the communications industry is massive and 5G technology will be quite pervasive but its long-term health effects on humans are largely unknown.

Why is this important?

Thorough and independent testing of 5G technology is crucial before this technology is rolled out in Australia. Current safety limits are insufficient. Apart from the genuine threat of it being carcinogenic, there are numerous health ailments suspected to be caused by exposure to radiation emitted by 5G transmitters. Health is more important than having a faster Internet. Please support this petition if you care.

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Reasons for signing

  • The government's care for the health of the general population is appalling as it is. If more potentially dangerous technologies are released without proper testing, it is the general population of consumers who don't know any better that will buy into this new technology and suffer.
  • Long term health is much more important than faster internet!!
  • Australia is 10 years behind on EMF radiation and its health affects & cancers. France BANNED wifi exposure 4 YEARS AGO to children under 6 and in pre schools, nurseries, childcare centres "until It's deemed safe for human exposure!!" Limits have been set in many European countries inc INdia Yet meanwhile back in Oz the Gov is rolling out 5G. one of the 1st countries to treat its citizens as guinea pigs for this extreme EMF pollution.

Updates

2018-08-30 15:13:25 +1000

1,000 signatures reached

2018-05-22 21:02:17 +1000

500 signatures reached

2018-05-21 08:34:36 +1000

100 signatures reached

2018-05-01 18:47:45 +1000

50 signatures reached

2018-04-16 14:59:46 +1000

25 signatures reached

2018-04-15 08:04:54 +1000

10 signatures reached