Independent media reports claim that Putin has banned all 5G towers in the Russian Federation due to concerns that the technology is medically unsafe and has caused the deaths of numerous school children who attend classes near St. Petersburg.
Putin has reportedly pledged to dismantle all existing 5G infrastructure while prohibiting any further construction of 5G nodes and towers throughout the country.
"Unlike the U.S. and the West, Russia did not start erecting towers overnight when the technology, developed by Qualcomm and the mobile ecosystem, became available in 2015," one media report explains.
"Since then, the telecom companies in the U.S. have built 150,000 towers; by comparison, Russia had only 22, primarily in Moscow."
(Related: Did you know that 5G wireless exposure just so happens to produce the same symptoms as the Wuhan coronavirus [Covid-19]?)
In case you missed it, the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) "pandemic," and the stay-at-home lockdown orders that occurred during it, provided perfect cover for the American wireless industry to blanket the country in 5G technology.
While Americans were stuck at home playing video games and ordering food from DoorDash, mobile phone providers were busy installing 5G nodes and towers on schools, churches, businesses, lampposts, street lights, and anywhere else they could get away with stuffing the things.
Once the "pandemic" ended, Americans came back outside to a whole new world filled with 5G technology that was not previously there.
"During the plandemic, with schools shuttered, mobile providers in the U.S. accelerated construction of towers within a stone's throw of elementary schools nationwide," reports explain.
"When schools reopened, students suddenly saw sprawling 5G dishes on the horizon and atop school roofs."
Russia did the opposite, naturally, taking a much more careful and cautious approach to 5G by limiting its installation. The country has four major mobile phone providers – MTS, Megafon, Rostelcom, and Vimpel-Communications Public Joint Stock – that have only been allowed to install a handful of towers in major cities like Moscow, St. Petersburg, and Novosibirsk.
Outside of St. Petersburg, one single 5G tower was placed about 15 meters from an elementary school playground. When children there began to get sick, Putin took a stand for them by implementing this new no-5G policy for Russia.
"In April 2023, 16 students experienced severe side effects of what Vladimir Putin has called electromagnetic poisoning," reports indicate. "Early symptoms included spontaneous vomiting, dizziness, tinnitus, intolerable headaches, and abdominal inflammation."
"Later symptoms were gastrointestinal bleeding, cerebral hemorrhaging, and blindness due to the decay of ocular nerves. The affected children were ages 8-12 and had attended school the same semester. Moreover, the sick kids were unvaccinated, so health officials at Russia's Ministry of Health ruled out Covid-19 vaccine side effects. Comprehensive bloodwork and radiological imaging tests ruled out preexisting maladies, foodborne ailments, medications, and biological and chemical agents. By June 6, 2023, 11 of the 16 students had died."
With the help of the Ministry of Defense, Russian Health Minister Mikhail Murashko ordered an inspection to evaluate which transmission frequencies were emanating from the cell tower in question, zeroing in on electromagnetic waves in the 24-50 gigahertz range near the bottom of the millimeter wave scale.
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