5G transmission masts are set on fire en masse in the Netherlands, which has serious consequences. Not to mention that many of the burnt towers aren’t even 5G cell towers.
At the beginning of April, the drivel started with 5G transmission masts in the Netherlands. Within a few weeks, more than 10 5G cell towers were set on fire by conspiracy thinkers. The plot? That 5G cell towers would suppress the immune system or even spread the coronavirus. And before you start chuckling (which is very understandable), it has to be said that the problem is getting serious.
masts on fire
So far, according to various counts, about 25 masts have (partially) gone up in smoke. Conspiracy thinkers conclude that 5G cell towers have something to do with the corona virus and decide to set them on fire. The 25th is said to have caught fire along a highway in Limburg.
Big problem for emergency services
Of course, the whole conspiracy is completely absurd, but the worst part is that most ‘5G cell towers’ are said to be not even 5G cell towers, but ordinary telephone towers. And that can have terrible consequences for everyone. After all, these ordinary masts provide a call connection and 4G internet. Two things that are necessary for emergency services and victims who need the emergency services.
So if you feel the need to set a 5G cell tower on fire, remember that there is little chance of one being around at all. You only make it more difficult for emergency services to help people. And if you burn your fingers on a self-induced arson, it would be ironic if you had to wait too long for an ambulance. Or no, I mean police car.