The Canadian initiative to stop Wireless Electrical and Electromagnetic Pollution7 January 2017
Karl Hecht: Health Implications of Long-term Exposure to Electrosmog (English edition 2016)
"The review ﬁndings by Hechtwhich disappeared into the government archives as soon as they had been submitted and which we are now making available to the public in this brochure in its most comprehensive form to dateare based on the assessment of 878 Russian studies between 1960 and 1997. To pretend as if there were no connection between microwave technologies from the past and those from today is like burying one's head in the sand. This tactic is well illustrated by the current politics regarding radar victims and the increasing group of persons with electromagnetic hypersensitivity."
These "smart cells" - cellular micro-antennas installed on all power grid poles located near populated places and precursors of 5G - deployed by Telus, spread like a plague across Canada ... A threat that might be even bigger than "smart" meters. And the infamous Death / Health Canada obviously does not control any of that!
Check this map and zoom in to see the wireless systems in your neighbourhood:
Most of North America is now extremeley irradiated by cancer-causing microwaves. According to https://wigle.net/stats there are now over 7 million cellphone antennas worldwide and over 300 millions Wi-Fi emitters. And there is no end in sight to the exponential expansion of these death arrays. Greed and short-sightedness are leading us directly into oblivion!
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The two major initiatives addressed the issue of inappropriate zoning issures surrounding the location of communications masts and a program where electromagnetic monitoring equipment is to be made available to citizens to allow them to measure levels of electromagnetic radiation.
In talks by both Stawomir Mazurek, Under Secretary of State with the Polish Ministry of Environment, and Krzysztof Kwiatkowski, whose brief as head of the Supreme Audit office argued for transparency and tight zoning regulations. Both men noted dedication to avoiding the opportunity for corruption.
"Without access to information, we can neither fight threats nor avoid them," said Prof. Jacek Majchrowski, historian, who opened the forum. Majchrowski is the first Polish mayor ever voted in by popular ballot. . "Protection against the harmful effects of electromagnetic fields is a very hot topic." He said. "2016 seems to be a breakthrough in this field, including - thanks to the enormous commitment of the social side, thanks to activists, as well as the local government of
Majchrowski also noted that for several years Krakow (as in the rest of the world) residents protested location of new stations of mobile telephony and increasing power antennas, thus being exposed to increased emissions of artificial electromagnetic field (EMF). Starting in 2012, the councillors of the City of
The Forum Initiative was spearheaded by two women, City Councillor Marta Patena, a secondary school teacher, and Dr. Barbara Galdzinska-Calik, vice president of the James Clerk Maxwell Institute and an expert on EMFs. Patena and Galdzinska-Calik are also participants in the drive for a European Citizens' Initiative to limit radiation exposure from the multitude of sources of microwave radiation.
According to Cllr, Patena, "The forum is the first of a proposed annual - and therefore regular - meeting in Krakow City Council, which will be presented with corrective action and innovation to improve the standard of living of the inhabitants of Krakow due to electromagnetic fields.
"Keep in mind," said Patena, "that the public has a right to full information about the state of the environment in which he lives. This ensures a number of legal instruments: EU and national, including the Aarhus Convention, the Directive of the European Parliament on public access to environmental information, the Environmental Protection Law and the Constitution, in particular Article 74 Everyone has the right to information on the state and protection of the environment."
Patena's explanation is in direct contradiction to the response of municipalities and governments around the world, making
For her, the purpose of the forum is simply "to Inform and to show Krakow's activities concerning EMF pollution."
Expert testimony in support of Krakow's activities was provided by Sissel Halmoy of Norway as president of the International EMF Alliance. Halmoy to the group, "In 1985 I was hospitalised for 14 days in an emergency unit, a total collapse with unknown condition". She was diagnosed with a virus infection of the brain. After three months she returned to work and immediately suffered a severe headache and it was discovered that her office was built over an electrical transformer. "It was not a virus infection of the brain. It was radiation sickness," she said. "I was 'lucky', my doctor couldn´t help, but my boss was an electro engineer. He understood and he helped me."
The International EMF Alliance (IEMFA) is supported by more than 50 independent and empirically-based scientific experts on living processes with a multilevel, multidisciplinary health focus and collaborates with more than 100 leading life-science institutions and non-governmental organizations worldwide. ,
Further scientific evidence was provided by Prof. Olle Johansson, of the Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, and Prof. Dr. hab Wlodzimierz Klonowski.
Prof. Johansson discussed The Adverse Health Effects of Modern Electromagnetic Fields from Wireless Telecommunication and Prof. Klonowski discussed Non-thermal Interactions of EMFs with Organisms.
For further information (in Polish) regarding the Forum visit:
People who believe smart meters are harmful are doing their own thinking
This is in response to the lady who seems to think that the people that think smart meters harm people are uneducated. You know, you're their living lab rat, lady. You'll be the proof one way or another. In 20 years, let me know how you fair from that test. I'll just pay to keep it shut off on my home. I didn't want it anyhow. Why don't you read the California (Prevention publication), or how about those doctors from prestigious universities who use words like "harmful," "questionable," oh oh, and that big one: "carcinogenic!" Hmmm. Is that person educated enough for you? Oh and I forgot, you work for DTE, don't you? Good luck! You may need it. I'm not uneducated, but then I'm not brainwashed either. I'm inquisitive, and I do my own damn thinking. Thank you.
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Swiss Council of States rejects rise to radiation limitsTuesday 13 December 2016
The Swiss Council of States has voted against a motion to raise the upper limit on radiation transmissions from mobile radio antennas.
The motion, which was approved by the National Council in June, was rejected by the state council by a margin of 20 to 19. Under the bill, radio antennas would be authorised to transmit a higher level of radiation in a bid to increase their capacity.
The Swiss telecommunications association Asut warned that rejecting the bill would lead to the need for thousands of new transmissions towers to keep pace with the growing demand for mobile internet.
The campaign against the bill was based on health concerns raised by residents. By contrast, Federal Councillor Doris Leuthard argued that 90 percent of radiation exposure comes from terminals, rather than antennas, and cited WHO guidelines that higher radiation levels were within safe limits, according to Neue Zuercher Zeiting.
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W.E.E.P. The Canadian initiative to stop: Wireless Electrical and Electromagnetic Pollution