Independence Day 2021, 5G Concerns – 1 picture, 1 map, 1 graph, and 81,000 dead whales and dolphins. every year.

by Patricia Burke

This is the second in series of articles In conjunction with Independence Day in the United States, we are looking at topics related to industry versus non-industrial sciences, captured regulators, and other issues around the topics of independence and interdependence, in relation to ubiquitous involuntary exposure to EMF/RF and 5G. thank you for reading.

“An anti-imperialist contemplates the Fourth of July and its meaning to his son”

Covert Action magazine on July 4:

On the first holiday of his daughter born on the Fourth of July, an anti-imperialist writer wonders what he hopes she will understand about the nation into which she was born.

Gabriella, you are part of four percent Of the world’s population who celebrates the Fourth of July as Independence Day. We are an extreme minority of the Earth’s people who claim citizenship inside the belly of the monster of a global empire, the United States.

Questions that are usually not asked on this day include: Why do we celebrate this nation? What benefits, if any, did the presence of the United States bring to the world?

I hope that as you go forward, you reflect on these questions and investigate some of the assumptions many Americans hold about their nation. Today can be an opportunity to make an honest assessment of this country’s past and present, with a view to working towards a more humane future. While thinking about this, your parent hopes that you will take into account the following considerations.

You were born into an empire of unequal power!

Gabriella, your accidental birth in the United States It means that you are part of a citizen who has an exemplary collective weapon for people in the rest of the world. You are a member of a nation with unprecedented military and economic power on the world stage. This understanding should serve as a framework for all explorations in your nation’s relationship with the global community.

The statistics speak for themselves. The annual military budget of the United States of nearly 800 billion dollars is more than the military budget 10 countries combined military spending. The second largest funded armed forces, China, spend less than a third What is the United States doing?

The United States spends more than the top ten spending combined on projecting power through military power [Source]

Comparing the US military budget to other supposed competitors has become almost laughable, with Russia Spending just over $60 billion, Iran Spending 15 billion dollars, North Korea’s budget remains less than that of New York City Police Department 4 billion dollars. Further elucidation of this unequal power in the world 800 foreign military bases owned by the United States compared to 70 military bases owned by the rest of the world.” – By Matt McKenna

Map of US military bases abroad, 2016. [Source:]

Read the rest of Matt McKenna’s post Here.

Where does all the money go? 5G = full spectrum dominance

The Global Network Against Weapons and Nuclear Energy in Space (also known as the “Global Network” or “GN”) is an international network of organizations and individuals interested in the militarization and exploitation of space.

Cohan Bayek Mander, Global Network Board Member, discusses the strategy of the American empire in fighting wars from both space and sea in her article, Confronting the “Chinese threat” – at what cost?

In early June 2021, in a secret directive to Pentagon officials, US Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin criticized the former Trump administration for speaking out but taking no action to counter the ‘Chinese threat’.

Austin made clear that things would be different under President Biden. His rhetoric of the “strongman” strikes the right tone for a comprehensive and costly overhaul of military infrastructure that would render conventional warfare in the twentieth century indistinguishable: More nuclear weapons, fewer troops, and the ultimate 5G network.

The goal of this comprehensive reform is to give the United States and its allies the ability to recall, at once, Unmanned military forces to cast terror anywhere in the world – a swarm of drones, hypersonic missiles, submarine torpedoes, bombers – all with the ease of connecting to Uber.

“[ ]… more extensive areas of the ocean are set aside for military exercises throughout the year.

The most egregious example is MITT (Mariana Islands Training and Testing), a plan for Transforming over a million square miles of biologically diverse ecosystems into the largest range complex ever for a bombing and shooting practice. The affected area would be larger than the states of Washington, Oregon, California, Idaho, Nevada, Arizona, Montana and New Mexico combined.

The largest multinational open ocean military exercise in history, involving 26 cetaceans, will take place here. The Navy itself estimates that its activities will maim or kill more than 81,000 whales and dolphins annually. This does not account for the expected environmental losses at other current exercise ranges, such as those around Hawaii, California, Alaska, Australia, the Sea of ​​Japan, and the Bay of Bengal.” kohan baek mandar

Read the rest of Koohan Paik-Mander’s article Here.

Bright green lies

In a recent interview referring to the new book Bright green lies, author Derrick Jensen invites the listener to “make your allegiance to the world of nature.” noticing that

“The environmental movement has been arrested. At one point it was all about protecting wild places and wildlife. These days it was all about powering industrial civilization.

One example – you can have 100,000 people walking the streets of any city, if you ask them why they are walking – they will say, “We want to save the planet.” If you ask about their demands – they will say “We want support for the wind and solar industries.”

It is an extraordinary coup – I cannot think of any other social movement in history that has been completely captured and transformed into a lever of pressure for a section of industrial capitalism. This is Terrifying “.

His interview was published in early June of 2021.

The wooing of the environment is insignificant compared to the post-Covid Wireless/5G disaster capitalism, which isn’t even capitalism

I agree with everything Derek Jensen says, except that I can think of something more terrifying than the fact that so many major environmental groups are a lobbying arm of industrial capitalism.

Post-Covid, around the world, beyond the takeover of environmental organizations and bright green lies, and society at large – including the healthcare sector, the education sector, the Black Lives Matters movement, rural America, banking, the utility sector, entertainment, and finance, And investment, agriculture, the military, academia, human rights, and virtually every aspect of political divides—chosen to support unsafe, unsafe and unsustainable space deployment and surveillance, enable war and destroy the planet—a prolific, invisible wireless communications network and 5G/broadband networks.

As Matt McKenna warned his newborn daughter, the United States is pointing its guns at the rest of the world. Increasingly, it has also directed its weapons at its people, as well as the ecosystem, including land, sea, sky, and space.

Just say no.

Top image courtesy of Flo Freshman.

Watch the entire Independence Day series Here.

See archive of Patricia Burke’s article Here.

Patricia Burke works with activists across the country and advocates internationally for new biologically based limits on microwave radiofrequency exposure. It is based in Massachusetts and can be accessed at [email protected].

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