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 Call to contest Bristol's 5G rollout on health and profiteering grounds
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This week's events: Bristol Transformed, People Powered Politics; PRSC Easter School of Activism; Extinction Rebellion shut down LondonFirst hour news review: with Green councillor for Clifton Down Clive Stevens and retired international relations lecturer Ron Mandel - Vietnam – what is it like now?Health dangers of new 5G mobile microwave data technology: 5G data is between 20 and 100 times faster than 4G but uses a much higher microwave power and frequency which is highly likely to have adverse health effects. 5G health standards were written 30 yrs ago by an unnacountable private telecoms and energy group based in Germany called the International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP);  bad effects on health; Around 250 scientists from around the world signed a petition recently to the United Nations and World Health Organization outlining their concerns that "cellular and cordless phones [2G, 3G and 4G networks] and broadcast antennas," amongst other radio frequency emitting devices, may produce cancer risks due to the electromagnetic field (EMF) radio waves they produce;   Glastonbury says no to 5G;  will Bristol Council stop it?;  standards drawn up by industry members; human sweat glands act as antennae absorbing 5G microwaves and they heat your body up effects bees; government to get around £1.4bn from 5G auctions (4G raided 2.3bn in 2013, 3G raised £22.5bn in 1999).Brexit:  BBC 5 Live – Peter Fahy from NPCC talks of ‘wrong language’ used in Brexit debate – Brendon O’Neill from Spiked answers ‘police state’ and says MPs are traitors for not delivering Brexit;  'Imagine yourselves to be the dictators of Europe': Philips Electronics and the long buried story of how the Single Market, and Customs Union the '#SoftBrexit' MPs & PM are now embracing, was conceived in 1985;  history of Martial Plan after WW2 –  European integration to counter threat of communist expansionism;  Guy Verhofstadt in European Parliament – transfer more power to Brussels; Nigel Farage his 'penultimate speech in the European Parliament - EU officials should veto Brexit extension;  Tony Benn – EU is not democratic and we must leave as soon as possible; Mervyn King discussing low economic impact of Brexit on Radio 4 Today programme.Central London 'Ultra Low Emmission Zone' (ULEZ) £11.50 emmission charge begins on Monday (8th April) - but the rich in their 'Chelsea tractors' will not be paying. Extinction Rebellion, locally based globally expanding direct action campaign for clean air and better environment in London stopping traffic next weekend

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