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    Orange 4G accused of bovine intervention


    French Court taking it seriously as 5G meets opposition

    “People are starting to fight back against [telco’s electromagnetic fields] and are winning,” according to Christian news site The Wine Press. The activist’s report claimed that since telco infrastructure caused the unexpected death of cattle in Mazeyrat-d’Allier, in France’s Haute-Loire country, more European mobile operators may face opposition their infrastructure building. Could this be a portent of things to come? Mobile Europe reported in May that one of Britain’s most influential media outlets is giving mobile operators hostile coverage over allege mis-treatment of both consumers and infrastructure partners.

    5G theory

    With unexplained incidents of mass cattle death growing in the US and Europetelephonophobia may be growing and could slow the roll out of 5G in European nations. The Wine Press anti-5G activist report also cited a recent case in the US where the Board of Health in Pittsfield, Massachusetts made legal history by imposing a cease and desist order on Verizon Wireless over the construction of a cell tower in the county.

    Bad moos day

    In the recent French court case, farmer Frédéric Salgues alleged that a 4G cell tower was damaging his cows’ health. According to the farmer, the antenna’s installation in July 2021, 200 metres away from his farm, coincided with 40 of his normally-200-strong herd dying and milk production falling by a fifth “within days of the antenna being switched on,” said sources. The mayor of Mazeyrat-d’Allier, Philippe Molhérat, had originally authorised the construction of the tower. However, for unexplained reasons he has switched sides and testified in court on behalf of the farmer. 


    The owner of the equipment, the Orange Group, is now subject to monitoring, by the judicial expert, of the behaviour of the herd and of the dairy cows in particular, during this period. If the court finds against it, Orange’s tower company Totem must comply with the order within the next three months, shutting down the tower while ensuring emergency communications can be made. The farmer called the court ruling, “a major relief and a victory.” Lawyers for Orange had asserted that there is “no scientific evidence” to show that electromagnetic fields surrounding mobile phone antennas can cause health issues in animals.

    Cease and desist

    In April 2022 residents that live near a Verizon Wireless tower in Pittsfield, Massachusetts, said they are experiencing health issues from the radiation emitted from 4G. Verizon has since tried to fight this in court, pleading its case that the tower should remain operable. Media outlet The Wine Press argued there are many documented side-effects and ailments created by 4G/5G-EMF radiation. It warned potential infrastructure hosts to ‘be watchful, and strengthen the things which remain, that are ready to die. It warned telcos that: “I have not found thy works perfect before God.”


    “There is no way we can stop the sinister rollout of these EMFs, per the smart city and transhuman agendas but those that are saved are commanded to fight against these evil works of darkness, shed light on what is going on, so that people may stand up to it as well,” said the Wine Press report. It cited a passage 32:2, from the Bible’s book of Revelation: “It is written in the law of Moses, thou shalt not muzzle the mouth of the ox that treadeth out the corn.” However, it also cited a passage from Corinthians (9:7-10) that could give European mobile infrastructure builders hope for a more agreeable outcome to the infrastructure dispute: “He that ploweth should plow in hope; and he that thresheth in hope should be partaker of his hope.”