The next international day of protest against 5G satellites is Jan. 25.  I hope we can get something major going in at least a couple of places.  I have asked what Canadian group(s) is already planning something and received a response which is in “letters”.  It is vital that we do all we can to raise awareness about 5G.

As with smart meters, cell towers, etc, most people have no idea about what is being done and how they will be affected. Many people who are sensitive or who just want to “get away” for a vacation will have no place to go once all the earth is smothered by 5G emissions from satellites.

In addition to our health, animals, plants, the environment will pay the price for the convenience of downloading a movie a few seconds more quickly. If you are planning an event anytime, please let me know so I can share the details.


Current List of Companies Planning 5G Satellites

As of today, the following companies are planning to launch, or are already launching, 5G satellites into low orbit around the Earth:

SpaceX, based in the United States, has plans for 42,000 satellites, has already launched 120, intends to launch 60 at a time twice a month during 2020, and is developing a larger rocket that can launch 120 at a time. As soon as 420 satellites are in orbit, it plans to turn them on. That could be as early as February 2020.

OneWeb, based in the United Kingdom, has plans for 5,260 satellites and intends to launch 30 at a time every three to four weeks beginning in January 2020. As soon as 300 satellites are in orbit, in late 2020, it plans to turn them on. T

Telesat, based in Canada, has plans for 512 satellites, and intends to begin service in 2021.

Amazon has plans for 3,236 satellites and intends to begin service as soon as 578 are in orbit.

Facebook has plans for thousands of satellites but has not disclosed its plans to the public.

Roscosmos, the Russian Space Agency, has plans for 640 satellites, to be deployed between 2022 and 2026. Aerospace Science and Industry Corp., a Chinese state-owned company, has plans for 156 satellites, to be in place by 2022.”