I hope you will consider the following possibility:
I recently read an article, which put so many things in perspective for me. I realized that 4G and 5G are largely focused on video applications. The major proliferation of cell towers is due to the transition from mobile phones to smart phones - and the imagined need to have a tiny portable computer to consult at all times. And even knowing the harm this causes - many activists still believe that they must own a "smart" phone.
I couldn't help but notice that a majority of the attendees at the recent EMF Conference in Scotts Valley, CA - immediately pulled out their smart phones and/or wireless devices during every break - and needed to be reminded not to use them in sleeping areas. It was hard to find anywhere safe to be amidst the already extremely high EMF environment at the 1440 Multiversity. I hear so many Stop 5G activists say that they need their phones.
To collectively SAY NO to owning smart phones/using wifi would be the most powerful protest of all. I woke up this morning knowing that Arthur Firstenberg is right. We cannot continue on this path of obvious denial. If we had been able to stop at 2G flip phones, there may have been some hope . . . maybe.
I know that this opinion will not be popular with many. I can already hear people saying they must have their phones. But the truth is that this continuing roll-out is largely profit driven, and consumers play a large role in this.
The most amazing statement and protest of all would be for massive numbers of people in all countries around the world to give up their smart phones. I imagine huge piles of smart phones in town squares. Even better to give up their Wifi routers.
Who would be willing to do this? Who would be willing to take this stand? If people truly made the connection and saw their own responsibility, I think everyone would.
It's easier for me, as I have lived 67 years and never owned a cell phone of any kind. I don't buy the excuse that they are necessary. I am a community organizer - have run my own business. I use a hardwired desktop computer, corded landline.
I live a full and happy life and never have any trouble connecting with people or engaging in community organizing/advocacy work - publishing a website/newsletter, etc.
Sometimes the answers we seek are already here, but not the ones we are looking for, or want to see. Taking personal action is the most powerful form of protest - otherwise we run the risk of being hypocrites, blaming others for what is happening and being unwilling to examine our own behaviors.
This is just common sense to me. I hope you will consider this possibility.
Please also listen to this powerful recording from Arthur Firstenberg for added inspiration.