Opponents of the fifth generation of the internet, the 5G Abolition Committee, set fire to a relay tower in the Limoges region, southwest-central France according to the French Le Figaro‘s report on Saturday.
According to the newspaper, “There is no coverage … an anti-5G group deprived 1.5 million people of television and radio for several days after a fire on Monday 11 January targeted a TDF transmitter located in Cars near Limoges in western France.”
L’incendie d’une antenne près de Limoges revendiqué par un collectif anti 5G : https://t.co/qWOe7jXIMt
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The burned 230-meter-tall tower needed 20 firefighters and emergency workers to stop the fire.
The newspaper added, “5G Abolition Committee, the danger is on our doors. We are not strong but we will prevail despite our weakness … The iPhone will never make humanity happy.”