• 08 OCT 18
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    Get your anti 5G, etc. stickers here!

    I normally have a policy not to promote products (other than the excellent book, Corporate Ties that Bind) on my web site but the range of products (see below) aimed to increase public awareness of the downside of the wireless age, such as 5G and the Internet of Things (IoT) is a great idea in my opinion! AND they do not offer protective devices! 10% of sales through the link below will go to my nominated charity. In this case Stop Smart Meters Australia.

    Just to make it clear, I am making no money from this.



    A message from Diana Kordas

    You may be aware that I have recently opened the Anti-Wireless Shop with Zazzle, an online print-on-demand service. This shop exclusively produces anti-wireless slogans on a variety of products such as bumper stickers, stickers, yard signs, T-shirts and shopping bags, and its purpose is to make available to the general public ready-made items that protest 5G, cell towers, Wi-Fi, smart phones, smart meters, the IoT and all things wireless.

    The reasons I decided to open the shop are, first, that the campaign against EMR and wireless technologies lacks overt signs and symbols of opposition, which can be very powerful in educating and persuading the general public. Although there are a great many websites campaigning against wireless technologies, one needs a reason to go looking for them. I personally only started wondering if cell towers were dangerous when I noticed that all the birds were disappearing after the local cell tower went from 3G to 4G. That was in 2014, and I didn’t start researching cell towers until early 2016. I was horrified. If I had only seen something–a sign, a poster, a bumper sticker, anything–years ago, I would have realized much sooner what was happening. All campaigns need signs and slogans.

    For the past two years, I have been campaigning actively against wireless technologies, particularly in the area of EMR’s effects on nature. I have come to realize that, despite the existence of alternative news and information sites on the Internet, most people still get all their news (and opinions) from the mainstream media, both print and television. Since the mainstream media is actively promoting wireless technologies, most people still believe that these are both good and harmless. I know there is growing concern about wireless technologies and especially 5G, and this is excellent, but we need ways to spread the word more widely and faster.

    I chose Zazzle as a platform because it is international, with internet stores in various countries such as the US, Canada, the UK, Australia, New Zealand and many EU countries. The products tend to be quite well-made, and I have kept my commission as low as possible to ensure they are affordable.

    I want to donate a portion of the proceeds from this shop to anti-wireless charities, and this is the only way I can afford to do it. There are many worthy projects going on, and all of them need money: for lawsuits, for information campaigns, for travel expenses for those giving talks, and much more. In fact, there is so much good work going on that I would personally support that I find it difficult to choose one over another. Through the Anti-Wireless Shop, I can donate something to everyone who publishes a link to the shop.

    If you are willing to link the Anti-Wireless Shop to your website, blog, or Facebook page, I can add a tracking code to the link that allows me to track which sales have been generated by your site(s). I will pay ten percent of what I make per sale to you or your nominated charity. Obviously, what that is worth will depend on sales volume and items purchased.

    The link to use for your readers is: https://www.zazzle.com.au/anti_wireless_shop?rf=238933221576103662&TC=emfacts

    Diana Kordas


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