“I cannot welcome such technology if the radiation standards, which must protect the citizen, are not respected, 5G or not. The people of Brussels are not guinea pigs whose health I can sell at a profit. We cannot leave anything to doubt.”
Céline Fremault — Brussels Environment Minister (CDH)
In July 2018, the Brussels government concluded an agreement with three Belgian telecom operators. In exchange for a new — less severe — environmental law, the operators would develop their 5G pilot project in the European Capital. Suddenly, the project is cancelled. What just happened? Follow us on Twitter: @INTEL_TODAY
A new text was quickly drafted — allowing almost a tenfold increase in power emission of the telecom antennas– and the project was rushed in order for the law to enter into force before the May 26 general election.
And suddenly, out of the blue, the environment minister announced on Friday (March 29 2019) that the project was cancelled due to health consideration.
As I told you before, many politicians — and two dozens of public servants — have colluded with the Telecoms Industry to ‘bypass’ this critical environmental law over the last ten years. The evidence, I must add, is incontrovertible.
On January 9 2019, I wrote:
“I can reveal that Proximus — who is planning to deploy a 5G network in partnership with Huawei — has forced the Brussels government to trash a basic environmental law limiting the power of the telecom antennas.
The Minister of Environment is rushing a new law (ahead of the next general elections scheduled for May 26 2019) that will allow telecoms operators to emit about 10 times more radiation.
This decision is not just puzzling — considering the recent findings clearly linking GSM to cancer — but also illegal (It clearly violates an article of the Constitution) and almost certainly politically suicidal. What is going on?
In Brussels, the Minister of Environment is running the ‘Environment Protection Agency’ which is in charged of regulating the use of non-ionizing radiations.
I can now reveal that this agency has developed a fraudulent software — used to deliver GSM antennas permits — to allow the telecoms operators to use far more power that allowed by the law.”
Perhaps, the Minister of Environment finally realized that it was indeed suicidal to go ahead with such insane project just ahead of the next general election?
A Nonsensical Explanation
In her interview with Belgian Newspaper La Libre, the Minister of Environment argues that the decision to halt the law project was made because it is not possible to simulate the RF emissions of a 5G MIMO (Multiple–Input Multiple-Output ) antennas.
That explanation is of course utterly ridiculous. So, what is going on? For the last 10 years, the Brussels administration has used a fraudulent RF simulation software. This code does not take into account the polarization of an electromagnetic wave and does not take into account the real power injected in the antennas.
These “mistakes” were intentionally introduced to allow the operators to use far more power than actually allowed by the law. With the introduction of the 5G, this criminal deceit is about to become plain obvious for all to understand.
Summary of the 5G in Belgium
At this point, the 5G Dossier is surreal. Let me summarize where it stands.
No one knows when the next government, whenever it is formed, will allow the auction of the 5G frequency bands. And no one knows if the auction will allow three or four operators.
No one knows whether the next government will allow or not Chinese equipment to be used in the development of the 5G infrastructure.
If allowed, what will be the retaliation by the US administration against Belgium? If not allowed, how will the Belgian telecom operators develop their 5G infrastructure which they had planned to build around Huawei and ZTE equipment.
And no one knows what maximum power operators will be allowed to use in Brussels because the project to modify the Law has been postponed.
All is not well in the Kingdom of Belgium… Welcome to Belgistan!
Radiation concerns halt Brussels 5G development, for now — Brussels Times
5G — Brussels Government Gives Up on New Environmental Law