5G health impacts need to be aired.
Science, health, and freedom will always have the final say.
This is not the first time the World Council for Health has been targeted and it certainly won’t be the last. We will do everything in our power to protect our infrastructure so free speech and science can continue to be shared.
This week’s General Assembly Meeting was interrupted by hackers who accessed our Zoom event.
Dr. Pri Bandara’s brilliant presentation on 5G was deleted before our eyes when her computer was taken over. The hackers went on to disrupt the event by playing loud music and briefly displaying explicit images and videos. This occurred in part because of our open and transparent meeting format.
We are actively reviewing this situation and we sincerely apologize for this interruption and to everyone directly affected by this absurd attack on free speech. However, we won’t be stopped—we are committed to continuing this important conversation.
This is not the first time the World Council for Health has been targeted and it certainly won’t be the last. While it was not widely publicized at the time, our Twitter account was banned from the platform shortly after its creation despite never having posted a tweet.
We vow to do everything in our power to protect our infrastructure so free speech and science can continue to be shared and open-minded professionals can continue to collaborate.
After the interruption, we ended our meeting, regrouped, and began broadcasting a new meeting in our Newsroom where we continued with our agenda.
Dr. Bandara commented in our second broadcast, “It just shows how important this topic is. The impact of wireless radiation on the health and wellbeing of people and all forms of life on earth. It’s a huge problem. There is intense censorship on this topic.”
A recording of Monday’s meeting will be available in our Video Library later this week.