One Year Ago — New York Times Journalist Lying Through His Teeth [5G]

“The Russian network RT America aired the segment, titled ‘A Dangerous Experiment on Humanity,’ in covering what its guest experts call 5G’s dire health threats. U.S. intelligence agencies identified the network as a principal meddler in the 2016 presidential election. Now, it is linking 5G signals to brain cancer, infertility, autism, heart tumors and Alzheimer’s disease — claims that lack scientific support.”

William J. Broad — New York Times (May 12 2019)

May 13 2019 — Journalist William J. Broad just penned the worst “science piece” since the New York Times argued that a rocket could not reach the moon because there is no atmosphere to push against. The article is also a masterpiece of US propaganda. Follow us on Twitter: @INTEL_TODAY

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UPDATE (May 13 2020) — As some of you may know, I am currently very busy writing an online bookLockerbie — Three Decades of Lies: J’Accuse…! – but I promise you that, when this project is over, I will come back to the subject of 5G.

In my opinion, people such William J. Broad who have repeatedly denied the link between microwave exposure and cancer should be prosecuted for the ills they have cause to our societies.

As my friends in Latin America like to say: “A cada cerdo le llega su San Martín.” (Every pig will get his Saint Martin.)

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As for the Pulitzer Prize, the New York Times is this week once again accused of stealing major scoops from Russian journalists. Great ‘Newspaper’!


William J. Broad describes himself as “a science writer at The New York Times sharing two Pulitzers and author of The Science of Yoga: The Risks and the Rewards, a New York Times bestseller.”

On May 12 2019, Broad published a story titled: ” Your 5G Phone Won’t Hurt You. But Russia Wants You to Think Otherwise.

The NYT journalist argues that “RT America, a network known for sowing disinformation, has a new alarm: the coming ‘5G Apocalypse.’”

Broad writes:

“U.S. intelligence agencies identified the network [RT] as a principal meddler in the 2016 presidential election.”

The article provides a link to a story about the 25 pages January 2017 US Intel Report titled: “Assessing Russian Activities and Intentions in Recent US Elections/Assessment.”

Now, it is true that Annex A — page 16 to 22 — discuss the role of RT in US politics.

But as I have explained long ago, this document has nothing to do with the 2016 presidential election.

The document was actually written in December 2012, after the victory of Mr Obama.

A footnote on page 16 (first page of Annex A: Kremlin’s TV Seeks To Influence Politics, Fuel Discontent in US) reads:

“This annex was originally published on 11 December 2012 by the Open Source Center, now the Open Source Enterprise.”

Clearly, William Broad and the New York Times better apologize to their readers. The sooner, the better.

William Broad argues that 5G is a perfectly safe technology. This is hardly surprising…

In a previous piece that would make Goebbels proud, William Broad dismissed the NPT $30 million project as a waste of time and money.

Let me point out that even the headline — Study of Cellphone Risks Finds ‘Some Evidence’ of Link to Cancer, at Least in Male Rats — is misleading.

The National Toxicology Program [NPT] did not find “some evidence” linking cellphone to cancer. The NPT has found and reported “clear evidence.”

Even the sub-title — “Many caveats apply, and the results involve radio frequencies long out of routine use.” — is factually incorrect.

The NPT experiment tested both the 2G and 3G modulations and both technologies are still widely used. In Brussels, the power of these bands exceeds the 4G.

And by the way…

On August 29 2018, Beatrice Golomb — MD, PhD, professor of medicine at University of California San Diego School of Medicine — concluded that reported symptoms and experiences of a “mystery illness” afflicting American and Canadian diplomats in Cuba and China strongly match known effects of pulsed microwave electromagnetic radiation.

On September 1 2018, the NYT published a long article titled:  “Microwave Weapons Are Prime Suspect in Ills of U.S. Embassy Workers.” The author of the story was…  William J. Broad.

PS: I would like to point out that Broad is fully aware that his reporting on 5G is misleading and dishonest.

In a remarkable story ( Defending the Indefensible — Deconstructing a “New York Times” Headline), Microwave News reports that Theodora Scarato, the executive director of the Environmental Health Trust (EHT), wrote a series of emails to William Broad and kept writing until he replied.

Among her many questions was: Why did the headline refer to “some” rather than “clear” evidence of cancer?

In his reply, Broad maintained that he saw nothing wrong with the headline. Is this guy a crook, or what?


Your 5G Phone Won’t Hurt You. But Russia Wants You to Think Otherwise. — NYT (May 12 2019)


5G — NYT Journalist Lying Through His Teeth

One Year Ago — New York Times Journalist Lying Through His Teeth [5G]

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