BAST: 5G Moratorium ‘Should Be Left In Place’

May 24, 2021 | 1 Comment

Following the Regulatory Authority’s decision to lift the moratorium on 5G, the Bermuda Advocates for Safe Technology [BAST] group said they  feel it “should have been left in place until potential hazards” have been “fully investigated,” with the group noting that they “are seeking advice on further actions to take at this time.”

A spokesperson said, “The position of Bermuda Advocates for Safe Technology [BAST] on the recent decision of the Regulatory Authority [RA] to lift the moratorium on 5G is that it should have been left in place until potential hazards for human health and the environment have been fully investigated by experts independent from the wireless industry. We want to assure those concerned with this issue that we are seeking advice on further actions to take at this time.

“Our safety concerns are shared by highly qualified experts and many members of the public who submitted objections during the public consultation on 5G, as well as over 4000 people that signed the petition against 5G in Bermuda.

“Consumer protection is part of the RA’s responsibilities, and we feel inadequate due diligence has put profit over our people’s health with this approval. It would appear from the rushed nature of the public consultation held during a global pandemic that it was just checking a box, and the decision was made prior to all feedback presented.

“Please reach out to us at bastinbermuda@gmail.com if you are interested in getting involved, and visit our Facebook page for more information.”

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  1. conspiracytheory says:

    I have 4000 tinfoil hats for each and every one of you…..

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