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POLICIES/OBJECTIVES 

 

The policies/objectives of NO5G Inc. is to promote legislative schemes, enactments, and policies to regulate 5G and associated technology and to establish a moratorium until such technologies are proven safe to human health, flora, fauna and property. To achieve the said objective it will do so by registering a new political party and nominating and endorsing candidates for elected public office in Commonwealth, State and Territory parliaments, and Local Government bodies in all Australian jurisdictions and will promote the said objective as follows by;

1. encouraging and supporting the development of safe wired and wireless electromagnetic radiation emitting technologies but not limited to in regards to Wi-Fi routers, mobile phones, computers and smart devices, 2G, 3G, 4G, 5G and subsequent generations, antennae and receivers, the internet of things (IoT), telecommunication and broadcast towers, mobile phone base stations, small cell facilities, autonomous vehicles, outer space satellites, high altitude balloons, high altitude pseudo satellites (HAPS) inclusive of drone aircraft and the like, and

2. encouraging and supporting research and development in regards to wired and wireless technologies, similar to and inclusive of technologies that have been and are planned for development in Australia via the international Square Kilometre Array (SKA) project. These technologies protect radio astronomy receivers from interference from electromagnetic radiation in electromagnetic radiation free quiet zones. The Party will promote the introduction of these protective technologies into all mobile wireless and wired technologies to reduce electromagnetic radiation exposure to the Australian public, flora, and fauna, and

3. promoting a moratorium on the rollout and deployment of wireless 5G technology in Australia until it is recognised as both a medical and scientific certainty that electromagnetic radiation emitted from the technology does not present a risk of harm to the health of human beings, flora and fauna, and

4. promoting the use of fibre optic cable technology and to continue with wired options for consumers instead of wireless technology such as 5G in that wireless electromagnetic radiation transmits data at a maximum of 10 gigabits per second which is extremely slow compared to the latest fibre optic technologies that can transmit 64000 gigabits per second. 5G can only span over a short distance and thus requires a plethora of 5G macro towers, 4G small cells, satellites, HAPS (each HAPS is equivalent to 1800 macro towers within a 200 km radius) and new 5G wireless smart devices, all of the aforesaid will emit electromagnetic radiation that poses an extreme risk of harm to the health of the Australian public, flora and fauna. 5G is not immune from electromagnetic and radiofrequency interference. In contrast, the latest fibre optical technology developed with the assistance of the Australian Government via Infrastructure Australia (INAU) under the Infrastructure Australia Act 2008 has the ability to transmit data at an average of 64000 gigabits per second, can be transmitted over great distance, is immune to electromagnetic and radio frequency interference and poses no risk to human health at all as it cannot emit electromagnetic radiation since there is no electricity involved. The data is transmitted using pulses of light along silica based glass threads, and

5. promoting evidence-based independent research maximising health and safety outcomes in relation to the provision of public and non-public wired and wireless technologies, and

6. initiating the Australian Government’s agency ‘Infrastructure Australia’ design and evaluate an infrastructure plan and to advise governments, industry and the Australian community on the investments and reforms needed to deliver an environmentally sustainable national fibre optic cable telecommunications infrastructure to service all Australians and further that the said infrastructure plan is listed on the national Infrastructure Priority List, and

7. regulating via domestic law, Artificial Intelligence (AI) and the IoT with the objective to ensure that national security is not compromised and that the collection and access to metadata by both the Australian Government, corporations and other entities both domestic and foreign are restricted so as not to interfere with the privacy of Australian citizens, and

8. promoting the assent of a national Human Rights Act to ensure that the Australian public are protected from Federal, State and Corporate persecution concerning the application and use of AI and the IoT and, and that the application of the said technology does not violate fundamental human rights as recognised in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and in common law, and

9. regulating smart devices and associated technology sold or distributed in Australia so as they do not irradiate a magnetic field on or above 0.3 µT, as children exposed to long term man-made magnetic fields over 0.3 µT may have an increased risk of developing childhood leukaemia as per the advice of the World Health Organisation’s (WHO) – International Agency for Research of Cancer (IARC), hence the reason why the IARC classified non-ionising electromagnetic radiation in 2002 as a ‘class 2B possible carcinogen’. This classification was based on pooled analyses of epidemiological studies demonstrating a consistent pattern of a two-fold increase in childhood leukaemia associated with average exposure to magnetic fields above 0.3 to 0.4 µT, and

10. promoting regulation to ensure that 0.3µT becomes the maximum long term exposure limit for man-made magnetic fields in order to protect Australian children from being exposed to potentially harmful man-made magnetic fields above 0.3µT, and

11. calling for a parliamentary enquiry or Royal commission investigating the Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Agency (ARPANSA) and the Australian Centre for Electromagnetic Bioeffects Research (ACEBR) as to;

a. why they have failed to set 0.3 µT as the safety limit for exposure to harmful man-made magnetic fields as found in microwaves and electromagnetic radiation emitted from 2G, 3G, 4G and 5G technology, and

b. why these organisations have been grossly inadequate in educating the public of the health risks associated with exposure to long term magnetic and electric fields, and

c. why these organisations who are recognised as peak health advisory bodies are advising the Australian and State Governments inclusive of their health departments and the Australian public on health effects when the board’s, members and employees giving such advice are not medically qualified to do so, and

d. why they fail to heed medical advice as to the risk of harm to health to the Australian public, and

e. why they provide health advice when not qualified to do so and providing advice that is in conflict to the WHO’s publication called the International Classification of Diseases known as the ICD-10. The ICD-10 has been adopted by the medical profession not only in Australia but around the world. Code W90 of the ICD-10 provides a code for diagnosis and recognises expressly that that exposure to non-ionizing radiation in particular radio frequency is classed as an adverse health effect, and

f. why their health advice contradicts with the Australian Government’s Specialist Medical Review Council and its declaration that there is sound medical-scientific evidence to include non-ionising radiation as a factor applying to chronic lymphocytic leukaemia in the same category as benzene, dioxin and asbestos, and

g. why these organisations follow the recommendations of a non-government organisation called the International Commission for Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP) safety standard as 200 µT instead of IARC and the World Health Organisations (WHO) recommendation of 0.3 µT, and

h. why these organisations choose to follow ICNIRP when international courts and tribunals have ruled that ICNIRP’s health and safety advice is conflicted as it has strong ties to the telecommunications industry, and

i. to investigate whether members of ARPANSA and ACEBR have similar conflicts of interest, and

j. why the ARPANSA has not published safety standards to protect the Australian public from electromagnetic radiation between the 0 to 3 kilohertz range, a range which is used in 5G technology, and

k. why the ARPANSA provide electromagnetic field meters for hire to the Australian public that are not suitable for the measurement of radiofrequency fields, electric fields and magnetic fields emitted from telecommunications sources such as mobile phones, mobile phone towers, Wi-Fi, smart meters, and the like, and

l. why ARPANSA gives conflicting advice on the one hand when it promotes and advises that there are no adverse health effects when on the other it acknowledges in its own supporting documents to the ARPANSA RFS-3 Standard that long term exposure to non-ionizing electromagnetic radiation can cause radiation poisoning and that there is no cure, and

m. why the industry under the Australian Mobile Telecommunications Association fails to disclose to the public via reports on the regulated Radio Frequency National Site Archive (RFNSA) as to magnetic field (uT) exposure from mobile phone base stations, small cell facilities, and

12. promoting that the ARPANSA amends its current ‘Radiation Protection Series 3 – Radiation Protection Standard for Maximum Exposure Levels to Radiofrequency Fields – 3 kHz to 300 GHz (2002)’ to change from 3kHz to 300 GHz to 0 to 300 GHz, and

13. promoting legislation and regulation to assist and protect persons affected by radiation poisoning caused by exposure to electromagnetic radiation and diagnosed as such by medical practitioners are not discriminated against by ensuring they are afforded the full protection of the law and provided with social security assistance to assist with disability support income payments and costs of electromagnetic radiation shielding in the home and workplace, and

14. enabling organisations such as the Australian Medical Association, the Oceania Radiofrequency Scientific Advisory Association Inc (ORSAA), the Australasian Society of Building Biologists (ASBS), Australian Government’s Specialist Medical Review Council, Physicians for Safe Technology (PST) and the like to participate as members of advisory boards to the ARPANSA, ACEBR and ACMA and similar agencies that advise the Australian government, Industry and the Australian Public on electromagnetic radiation health and safety issues, and

15. banning the Mosquito MK4 Multi-Age anti-loitering device and like devices that are currently legal and deployed by various local councils, corporations and individuals within communities across Australia. These devices inflict pain and cause nausea, headache, dizziness, physical and mental impairment and are intentionally targeted to effect specific classes of people such as young persons under the age of 25 by means of irradiating this group with non-ionising electromagnetic radiation on or about the 17.5 kilohertz RF frequency or to irradiate the homeless at any age at 8 kilohertz or similar in order to disperse them from parks, shopping centres, public spaces, residences and the like, and

16. providing for the establishment of non-ionizing electromagnetic radiation free zones in Australia as environmental conservation sanctuaries for human beings, flora and fauna. To introduce non-ionising electromagnetic radiation free zones similar in design to the current zones Australia has set aside to protect radio astronomy receivers from harmful interference. Australia has already established the Australian Radio Quiet Zone WA (ARQZWA) the future site of Australian infrastructure for the international Square Kilometre Array (SKA) project, the Radiocommunications (Mid West Radio Quiet Zone) Frequency Band Plan 2011 (the Band Plan), RALI MS 32, as well as the Radio Telescope Mineral Resource Management Area and Section 19 zones under the WA Mining Act 1978, administered by the WA Government Department of Mines and Petroleum, and

17. ensuring regulation is enacted so that smart devices and associated technologies are hardwired via fibre optic and Ethernet when used in schools, paediatric wards in hospitals and childcare facilities across Australia and to place a ban on wireless technology in the aforesaid until it is established by a unanimous consensus of all the State, Territory and Federal Chief Medical Officers that wireless technology poses no risk of harm to the health of children, and

18. promoting and keeping intact current legislative protection mechanisms that ensure that Australian citizens are not subjected to violence via the non-consensual application of force in the form of non-ionising electromagnetic radiation against their person and property and that any person who is being and/or will be irradiated by potential harmful non-ionizing electromagnetic radiation in the home, workplace, public transport, educational institutions and public places is afforded the full protection of the Crown, the Australian Courts and respective law enforcement agencies against such violence, and to promote the establishment of a constitutional or legislated national Human Rights Act that ratifies via domestic law various international conventions and treaties to ensure that Australian citizens are protected from State persecution from such violence, and

19. promoting the revocation/repeal of certain legislative and statutory provisions restricting Local Government (Council) powers in regards to low impact telecommunication infrastructure, facilities and development and to promote amendments in order to include mandatory environmental impact statements for all telecommunication development and to reinstate the authority of Local Governments to object or approve low impact telecommunication developments, and

20. promoting legislation to ensure that designers, manufacturers, employers, suppliers of plant and equipment, telecommunications carriers and the like are covered adequately by public liability insurance to indemnify against claims for personal injury, death and damage to property caused directly or indirectly by non-ionising electromagnetic radiation surrounding their activities, and

21. promoting the establishment of a statutory authority made up of an independent medical board comprising but not limited to each of the State and Territories Chief Medical Officers and chaired by Australia’s Chief Medical Officer to oversee the ARPANSA and the ACEBR. The statutory authority will have the regulatory power to approve or reject safety standards set by the ARPANSA and to also consider the advice of the ARPANSA and the ACEBR. The medical board will be the sole statutory authority to advise governments and their respective agencies, chief medical officers, industry and the Australian public on health matters concerning non-ionising electromagnetic radiation. The association has no confidence in the current ability of the ARPANSA and the Australian Centre for Bio Electromagnetic Research (ACEBR) to be the primary advisors to Federal, State and Territory government agencies, industry and the Australian public on health advice concerning exposure to non-ionising electromagnetic radiation as specialist medical practitioners advise that the Australian public are exposed to an extreme risk of harm to health due to the ARPANSA safety standards not providing a sufficient buffer of protection, and

22. promoting a moratorium on 5G technology as a precautionary measure until the current uncertainty as to the safety of 5G technology is confirmed safe by a consensus of the Australian Medical Association, State, Territory and Federal Chief Medical Officers, local councils, State and Territory Governments, and

23. promoting the formation of a statutory authority independent of the industry backed Australian Mobile Telecommunications Association (AMTA), the ARPANSA, the ACMA and ACEBR to measure, monitor and police the amount of non-ionising radiation emitted or proposed to be emitted in all technology on Australian waters, land and airspace (inclusive of outer space) as to compliance with ARPANSA radiation emission standards and ACMA licensing conditions, and

24. promoting and regulating a moratorium on telecommunications satellites flying over Australian airspace such as Space X’s proposed 42,000 telecommunications satellites until it is established that electromagnetic radiation emissions beamed onto Australian soil, waters, airspace does not pose a risk of harm to health, property and privacy. And further, until liability insurance of $750 million per satellite as was found in the Space Activities Act (Cth), but now recently repealed is reinstated to ensure that any property or health damage caused to Australian citizens is adequately covered by compensation insurance.

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