Wednesday, March 25, 2009

European Parliament Committee on the Environment EMF Report / The Mayor of Broward County, Florida, Proclaims May 2009 as EHS Awareness Month

Hi All

There are two gigantic political steps for mankind in this edition. 

The first is from the powerful European Parliament, who have taken the dangers of electromagnetic pollution seriously and have made giant strides forward to find a safe answers to the dangers of  to EMR exposure.

The second story is also very important.  The Mayor of Broward County (Fort Lauderdale and area), Florida, The Honorable Stacy Ritter  has proclaimed May 2009 as ELECTROMAGNETIC SENSITIVITY AWARENESS MONTH.  EHS is a serious and growing illness that most politicians and doctors in North America are not willing to even talk about.  Thanks to the brave and sensible stance of Mayor Ritter and her council, EHS will now get the recognition that it deserves.

Martin Weatherall



To everyone!
Very important information:

REPORT 23 February 2009
PE 416.575v02-00 A6-0089/2009

on health concerns associated with electromagnetic fields


Committee on the Environment, Public Health and Food Safety

Best regards
(Olle Johansson, assoc. prof.
The Experimental Dermatology Unit
Department of Neuroscience
Karolinska Institute
171 77 Stockholm
The Royal Institute of Technology
100 44 Stockholm



From - Milt Bowling


Christiane Tourtet B.A.

March 24, 2009

The Honorable Stacy Ritter, Mayor of Broward County (FL), has proclaimed May 2009 as ELECTROMAGNETIC SENSITIVITY (EMS) AWARENESS MONTH in Broward County (FL). The Honorable Mayor Stacy Ritter states in the Proclamation, that as a result of global electromagnetic pollution, people of all ages in Broward County and throughout the world have developed an illness known as Electromagnetic Sensitivity (EMS) and that EMS is a painful chronic condition of hypersensitivity reactions to electromagnetic radiation in the environment for which there is currently no known cure, and that the symptoms of EMS include dermal changes, dermatitis, acute tingling and numbness. muscular weakness, headaches, heart rate changes, nausea, gastric problems, loss of visual acuity, severe neurological, respiratory, speech problems, and numerous other physiological symptoms.

The mayor also states that EMS is recognized by the Americans with Disabilities Act, and the U.S. Access Board, and that the health of the general population is at risk from electromagnetic exposures that can lead to this illness induced by electromagnetic radiations, and that this illness may be preventable though the reduction or avoidance of electromagnetic radiation, in both indoor and outdoor environments and further scientific research to be conducted including genetics.

She also points out in the Proclamation, that people with EMS need the support of the medical establishment, and the understanding of family, friends, co-workers and society as they struggle with their illness and learn to adapt to new lifestyles.

Electromagnetic Sensitivity (EMS) is a most devastating worldwide epidemic, the direct consequence of global exposures to electromagnetic radiation from cell phones, cell phones towers, telephones, portable phones, Wifi, laptops, computers, videogames, televisions screen, radios, car electronics, pagers, audio and video recorders, power lines, digital cameras, electric clocks and watches, marine radars and radio transmitters, VDU and countless other electronics.