Sunday, July 19, 2015
EMF Updates from John Weigel: July 19th, 2015
Ladies and Gentlemen,
The following article from the Liffey Champion newspaper in Ireland is a prime example of the value of educating neighbours, friends and elected officials about the dangers of electromagnetic radiation from cell phone towers, etc.
Our gratitude and congratulations to the members of the Kildare Co. Council which calls for implementation of the Precautionary Principle. The action of the council is precedent-setting. The downside is that the former owner of the property, the national Electricity Supply Board is taking the fight to the national planning authority. Thus, the will of the people and their elected officials can still be undermined. A thank you to the Liffey Champion for publishing the article. The site adjoining the mast has reportedly been acquired by the council for a health centre.
Maria del Mar Rosa has forwarded information conflicts of interest within the International Commission on Non-ionizing Radiation (ICNIRP). The confusion (some say it is deliberate) regarding radiation exposure standards is underscored by the request by more than 200 scientists to the World Health Organization / U.N. to establish standards. The scientific debate is further muddied by the failure of the 5th Paris Appeal to produce a transparent account of the group's conference on electromagnetism and multiple chemical allergies. This group, too, appears to be leaning to appealing to the U.N.
Appeals to the U.N., of course, circumvent the responsibilities of individual countries and is yet another push for a form of international global governance.
The interconnectedness of electromagnetic radiation-caused illness and U.N. Agenda 21 which calls for rural depopulation comes into focus by the failure of the Irish government to provide general practitioner care in some rural areas for as long as two years and the introduction of hi-tech telemedicine.
Stay well... for as long as you can,
Co. Kildare, Ireland