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The Government Does NOT Want You To Grow Your Own Food! Here’s Why You Should And How! B.C

The one thing the government fears the most is an independent self sustaining populous no longer needing any assistance from the nanny state. In the face of corrupt governments all over the world living off the grid has become a viable way to step outside of the matrix and to no longer comply with their system of enslavement. One of the most important aspects to being able to achieve a good life off the grid is having the knowledge and ability to grow your own food! In this video Dan Dicks of Press For Truth speaks with The Urban Farmer Curtis Stone about being self sustainable by growing fresh organic produce for your family friends and community outside of the governments control. To learn more from Curtis check out his YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/urbanfar…

DUTCH GOVERNMENT APRIL 2018: RADIATION #5G ANTENNAS: POSSIBLE HAZARD PUBLIC HEALTH!

The Ministry of Economic Affairs is considering restricting radiation from radio masts nationwide. Due to the roll-out of #5G, a proliferation of antennas is expected, including in lampposts and bus shelters. This could potentially pose a threat to public health.

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T-Mobile launched the first 5G antenna of the Netherlands in Amsterdam at the end of last year - by way of experiment -. If it is up to the government, 5G will be rolled out throughout the Netherlands in 2020. That means a considerable increase in transmission masts. © T-Mobile

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

T-Mobile launched the first 5G antenna of the Netherlands in Amsterdam at the end of last year – by way of experiment -. If it is up to the government, 5G will be rolled out throughout the Netherlands in 2020. That means a considerable increase in transmission masts.

A document from the Ministry of Economic Affairs states that ‘consideration is being given to establishing standards for electromagnetic fields’. Now there are no nationally determined limits for the radiation released by transmission masts.

“With the roll-out of the new 5G network, we expect more antennas in the streets in the coming years”, explains a spokesperson for the ministry. “Now you see the antennas on masts, roofs of flats and other high buildings. More ‘small cells’ will be added, think of antennas in lampposts, bus shelters and advertising pillars. “

According to the spokesman ‘does that something with the radiation’. “We want as much security as possible for citizens that electromagnetic fields from the antennas do not pose a threat to health in the living environment, even if there are multiple antennas in the immediate vicinity.”

At the end of last year, 180 scientists from 36 countries warned about the potential risks of the 5G network still to be built. The radiation density will increase considerably, but the consequences for public health are unknown. The scientists state that some studies show that there is a link between radiation and brain tumors, Alzheimer’s disease and infertility in men.

 

‘5G IMPORTANT FOR THE FUTURE’

Despite this warning, State Secretary Mona Keijzer of Economic Affairs is certainly planning to roll out a national 5G network by 2020. According to her, 5G is important for the future of self-driving cars, drones and fast internet connections on mobile phones.

Congregation now assessing whether a new transmission mast may be installed. Already in 1999 a European directive with limits for electromagnetic fields was drawn up, but this has not been legally introduced in the Netherlands. “It is not the case that radiation is not taken into account now, municipalities look out for this, on the basis of a covenant with telecom providers,” says the spokesman for the ministry.

 

 

STRICTER STANDARDS ACROSS THE BORDER

comparative study by the National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM) – in January this year – shows that the Netherlands belongs to a small group of countries in Europe where no nationally defined limits apply to radiation from telephone transmitters. Most European countries adhere to the European directive, but in for instance Belgian Flanders the government is much stricter: in the vicinity of schools and care homes, the radiation power of a telephone terminal may only be 7% of the EU standard.

The standards are also considerably stricter in countries such as Italy, Luxembourg, Poland and Croatia than in the Netherlands. The differences are great because scientific research has not yet established beyond any doubt that radiation from radio masts is not dangerous to public health.

 

 

‘LITTLE KNOWN ABOUT LONG-TERM HEALTH EFFECTS’

For example, the GGD in Amsterdam says that ‘we do not know much about the long-term health effects (such as cancer) of living in an electromagnetic field around mobile telephony antennas’. That is because the antennas are only relatively short. “The strength of these fields is generally so low that health problems are not expected”, according to the GGD. Some people are convinced that their health problems are caused by these antennas. They reported very different health complaints at the GGD such as headaches, fatigue and loss of concentration.

The Netherlands currently has over 45,000 antennae for mobile telephony (GSM, UMTS and 4G). That number will increase enormously in the coming years as the new 5G network is rolled out. “5G can work at a higher frequency,” says the spokesperson for the ministry. ,, That means more capacity, but the range of an antenna is less. As a result, many more small channels will be needed, which will appear everywhere in the streets. “

 

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CHILDREN LEUKEMIA

“For high-voltage cables, stricter rules already apply in the Netherlands, because research shows that there is probably a link between the radiation from high-voltage lines and childhood leukemia.Therefore, no houses or schools may be built near a high-voltage line.

5G can work at a higher frequency. That means more capacity, but the range of an antenna is less. As a result, many more small channels will be needed, which will appear everywhere in the streets. “

Spokesman Ministry of Economic Affairs

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Curtis explains that the link between EMFs and adverse health effects-Penticton Public Forum on Amr/Smart meters

Why you need to be concerned about the new 5G network Telus is currently going door to door soliciting for. They need to install micro-cell towers every 800 ft so every second to eight home so Penticton and anywhere else they are installing them will be bombarded by hundreds if not thousands of cell towers.This video is from Penticton’s public forum where Curtis Bennett explains it best the health concerns on WiFi emf /emr radiation and this is without the micro cell towers. Locals Supporting Locals was responsible for hosting this forum and have achieved a public forum to discuss 5g health/safety and privacy issues and if need be get it stopped from being installed. #stop5gpenticton #stop5g

Huawei’s partnership with China on surveillance technology raises concerns for foreign users( Canada and smart cities)

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Chinese technology company Huawei has begun working on advanced security technology together with the Public Security Bureau in the country’s far western Xinjiang region, which is becoming a pilot zone for advanced new surveillance and population-control techniques. Claiming  unproven threats of terrorism and radicalization among the region’s largely Uyghur population, Chinese authorities have spent heavily to build Xinjiang into a test bed for the use of facial recognition, digital monitoring and artificial intelligence in policing.

The agreement with Huawei illustrates the role of Chinese technology companies in that effort,raising new questions about how technology developed for Xinjiang is used outside China. Huawei, which did not respond to a request for comment, has a significant presence in Canada (where it sells smartphones and wireless infrastructure equipment; it also operates a research arm that employs hundreds of people) and derives nearly half its corporate revenue overseas.
Last week, the company agreed to join an “intelligent security industry” innovation lab in Urumqi, the capital of Xinjiang, as part of a government bid to create a cluster of expertise in that field. Such expertise, the local government has said, can serve not only China, but dozens of countries involved in the “Belt and Road Initiative,” Beijing’s sweeping plan to extend elements of its development model and corporate reach far outside its borders.
Huawei will provide the region’s police with technical support, help build up human technical expertise and “meet the digitization requirements of the public security industry,”  [the justification to build the 5G grid system along its route?] a local government website paraphrased Fan Lixin, deputy director of the Xinjiang Public Security Bureau, as saying. Such co-operation would guarantee “Xinjiang’s social stability and long-term security.”
Tao Jingwen, a Huawei director, added that public security is “undoubtedly the most important part“ of a corporate strategy to fully link individuals with broader society. “Together with the Public Security Bureau, Huawei will unlock a new era of smart policing and help build a safer, smarter society,” the website paraphrased him as saying.
Related imageLocal authorities have positioned the Urumqi intelligent security park as a way to supply rising demand for products that can be used to combat terror and help with stability maintenance, the broad Chinese term for enforcing government dictates and suppressing dissent. They said Chinese as well as overseas companies would be welcomed into the park, which is part of a bigger Gaoxin high-tech district.
At a security expo run by the high-tech zone last year, companies showed off virtual-reality technology to simulate hostile situations for police, patrol robots and a “super police car,” bristling with cameras, that can use facial recognition to instantly identify those around it.
It’s not clear whether other companies are, to date, involved with the “intelligent security industry” park, nor is it clear how many will come. Urumqi is thousands of kilometres from the coastal centres where many of China’s top engineers live.
But the region also sits at the heart of China’s ambitions to build a new kind of security apparatus, and its ambitions deserve notice, say critics, who have called the use of such technologies intrusive and warned about the establishment of a new form of digital autocracy. Chinese authorities have, for example, vaunted their intention to conduct precrime policing in the area.
“Many have said that this region serves as a Frankenstein-like laboratory for the social control technologies and policing tactics that will be used throughout China, and even globally. Now, shockingly, we see the government is essentially saying the same thing – that the Gaoxin District is planning to be a hub for smart security technology companies in Xinjiang, interior China and Central Asia under the Belt and Road Initiative,” said William Nee, Chinese researcher for Amnesty International.
“The surveillance technologies being developed and deployed in Xinjiang today will soon be sold and promoted globally. It is now absolutely vital that the international community take a stand and confront the human-rights violations occurring in Xinjiang as a matter of strategic importance.”
Researchers also worry about how technologies developed for authoritarian purposes in China could be brought into other countries under different guises.
Huawei, for example, has promoted the “smart city” concept that it has marketed around the world as a tool “to facilitate city planning and management of vital services such as transportation and security.”
Mr. Nee warned that foreign governments and consumers should take into consideration the company’s conduct in China.
Scholars point to other considerations as well.
“The fact that companies like Huawei are able to develop such systems in regions like Xinjiang in tandem with the security services, and therefore with very few privacy restrictions – they are gaining a problematic advantage over comparable Western companies,” said Adrian Zenz, an expert on Xinjiang at the European School of Culture and Theology in Korntal, Germany.

“Moreover, the fact that these systems can serve multiple purposes at the same time – both improve city efficiency and governance and enable intrusive surveillance – makes surveillance both more accessible and perhaps also more palatable in other nations.”

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URGENT WARNING – What YOU need to know about 5g Technology

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Cancer, autism, nervous system and brain damage, decline in human life spans and fertility rates, sperm counts, depression and ANXIETY…. all side effect of 5g radiation. Please research this subject immediately and go to the school board meetings and the town hall meetings to keep this far away from our school children, if that is even possible. People love their iPhones and iPads and WiFi more than their own lives it seems. They turn a blind eye to the very real health risks and repercussions of these cell towers… because they don’t want to give up the toys (cellular smart phones and wifi devices) It’s just a sad fact of our fallen culture. Perhaps the EMP or Solar Flare taking down this dangerous radiation grid isn’t such a bad thing in the long run.

5G, Lead in School Water Supply and Cell Towers on Schools

We are sharing this video because currently Telus is going door to door and to businesses to subscribe to 5G. Locals Supporting Locals has approached the City of Penticton and they have accepted for LSL to hold a public forum so please view this video and join our FB group Stop 5G Penticton and stay up to date on where things are going and when the forum will take place. This is a serious health risk for all.

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2018-0206 Santa Rosa City Council: No 4G/5G So-Called “Small Cell” Cell Towers

We need to pay attention to what is taking place elsewhere whether it be in the U.S or not because the concerns are the same for here in Penticton

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When did all of this start in Santa Rosa? At a Santa Rosa City Council Meeting Valentine’s Day in 2017. Watch 30 minutes of this Feb 14, 2017 video here: https://youtu.be/ih3pS2MRHq0?t=2h8m21s Please see the other supporting links below: http://mystreetmychoice.com http://scientists4wiredtech.com/ http://mystreetmychoice.com/santarosa… http://mystreetmychoice.com/videos.html http://mystreetmychoice.com/press.html http://scientists4wiredtech.com/santa… Santa Rosa Cell Tower Installation Status: http://scientists4wiredtech.com/santa… Santa Rosa/Verizon Community Meetings http://scientists4wiredtech.com/santa…

‘Forget the Facebook leak’: China is mining data directly from workers’ brains on an industrial scale

Government-backed surveillance projects are deploying brain-reading technology to detect changes in emotional states in employees on the production line, the military and at the helm of high-speed trains

PUBLISHED : Sunday, 29 April, 2018
On the surface, the production lines at Hangzhou Zhongheng Electric look like any other.
Workers outfitted in uniforms staff lines producing sophisticated equipment for telecommunication and other industrial sectors.
But there’s one big difference – the workers wear caps to monitor their brainwaves, data that management then uses to adjust the pace of production and redesign workflows, according to the company.
The company said it could increase the overall efficiency of the workers by manipulating the frequency and length of break times to reduce mental stress.
Hangzhou Zhongheng Electric is just one example of the large-scale application of brain surveillance devices to monitor people’s emotions and other mental activities in the workplace, according to scientists and companies involved in the government-backed projects.
Concealed in regular safety helmets or uniform hats, these lightweight, wireless sensors constantly monitor the wearer’s brainwaves and stream the data to computers that use artificial intelligence algorithms to detect emotional spikes such as depression, anxiety or rage.
The technology is in widespread use around the world but China has applied it on an unprecedented scale in factories, public transport, state-owned companies and the military to increase the competitiveness of its manufacturing industry and to maintain social stability.
It has also raised concerns about the need for regulation to prevent abuses in the workplace.
The technology is also in use at in Hangzhou at State Grid Zhejiang Electric Power, where it has boosted company profits by about 2 billion yuan (US$315 million) since it was rolled out in 2014, according to Cheng Jingzhou, an official overseeing the company’s emotional surveillance programme.
“There is no doubt about its effect,” Cheng said.
The company and its roughly 40,000 employees manage the power supply and distribution network to homes and businesses across the province, a task that Cheng said they were able to do to higher standards thanks to the surveillance technology.
But he refused to offer more details about the programme.
Zhao Binjian, a manger of Ningbo Shenyang Logistics, said the company was using the devices mainly to train new employees. The brain sensors were integrated in virtual reality headsets to simulate different scenarios in the work environment.
“It has significantly reduced the number of mistakes made by our workers,” Zhao said, because of “improved understanding” between the employees and company.
But he did not say why the technology was limited to trainees.
The company estimated the technology had helped it increase revenue by 140 million yuan in the past two years.
One of the main centres of the research in China is Neuro Cap, a central government-funded brain surveillance project at Ningbo University.
The programme has been implemented in more than a dozen factories and businesses.
Jin Jia, associate professor of brain science and cognitive psychology at Ningbo University’s business school, said a highly emotional employee in a key post could affect an entire production line, jeopardising his or her own safety as well as that of others.
“When the system issues a warning, the manager asks the worker to take a day off or move to a less critical post. Some jobs require high concentration. There is no room for a mistake,” she said.
Jin said workers initially reacted with fear and suspicion to the devices.
“They thought we could read their mind. This caused some discomfort and resistance in the beginning,” she said.
“After a while they got used to the device. It looked and felt just like a safety helmet. They wore it all day at work.”
Jin said that at present China’s brain-reading technology was on a par with that in the West but China was the only country where there had been reports of massive use of the technology in the workplace. In the United States, for example, applications have been limited to archers trying to improve their performance in competition.
The unprecedented amount of data from users could help the system improve and enable China to surpass competitors over the next few years.
With improved speed and sensitivity, the device could even become a “mental keyboard” allowing the user to control a computer or mobile phone with their mind.
The research team confirmed the device and technology had been used in China’s military operations but declined to provide more information.
The technology is also being used in medicine.
Ma Huajuan, a doctor at the Changhai Hospital in Shanghai, said the facility was working with Fudan University to develop a more sophisticated version of the technology to monitor a patient’s emotions and prevent violent incidents.
In additional to the cap, a special camera captures a patient’s facial expression and body temperature. There is also an array of pressure sensors planted under the bed to monitor shifts in body movement.
“Together this different information can give a more precise estimate of the patient’s mental status,” she said.
Ma said the hospital welcomed the technology and hoped it could warn medical staff of a potential violent outburst from a patient.
She said the patients had been informed that their brain activities would be under surveillance, and the hospital would not activate the devices without a patient’s consent.
Deayea, a technology company in Shanghai, said its brain monitoring devices were worn regularly by train drivers working on the Beijing-Shanghai high-speed rail line, one of the busiest of its kind in the world.
The sensors, built in the brim of the driver’s hat, could measure various types of brain activities, including fatigue and attention loss with an accuracy of more than 90 per cent, according to the company’s website.
If the driver dozed off, for instance, the cap would trigger an alarm in the cabin to wake him up.
Zheng Xingwu, a professor of management at the Civil Aviation University of China, said China could be the first country in the world to introduce the brain surveillance device into cockpits.
Most airline accidents were caused by human factors and a pilot in a disturbed emotional state could put an entire plane at risk, he said.
Putting the cap on before take-off would give airlines more information to determine whether a pilot was fit to fly, Zheng said.
“The influence of the government on airlines and pilots in China is probably larger than in many other countries. If the authorities make up their mind to bring the device into the cockpit, I don’t think they can be stopped,” he said.
“That means the pilots may need to sacrifice some of their privacy for the sake of public safety.”
Qiao Zhian, professor of management psychology at Beijing Normal University, said that while the devices could make businesses more competitive the technology could also be abused by companies to control minds and infringe privacy, raising the spectre of “thought police”.
Thought police were the secret police in George Orwell’s novel Nineteen Eighty-Four, who investigated and punished people for personal and political thoughts not approved of by the authorities.
“There is no law or regulation to limit the use of this kind of equipment in China. The employer may have a strong incentive to use the technology for higher profit, and the employees are usually in too weak a position to say no,” he said.
“The selling of Facebook data is bad enough. Brain surveillance can take privacy abuse to a whole new level.”
Lawmakers should act now to limit the use of emotion surveillance and give workers more bargaining power to protect their interests, Qiao said.
“The human mind should not be exploited for profit,” he said.

Shawn Buckley on the true purpose of Health Canada

Constitutional lawyer Shawn Buckley is coming to Toronto for the Total Health Show in May, and here describes the latest tactics of Health Canada, not to work in the interests of Canadians’ health, but to enforce the Food and Drug act, which actually serves other interests. Your freedom to access natural herbs and foods that can improve your health is in jeopardy, and it’s up to you to do something about it, and you can right here: http://nhppa.org

SELLING CANADA OUT: Trudeau Government Ignoring Warnings From Three Former Canadian National Security Directors About Espionage Threat From China’s Huawei Telecom Company

The Trudeau government has repeatedly ignored those who warn about the risk to Canada’s national security from companies linked to China’s Communist government.

As the Trudeau government seeks closer ties with Huawei – a massive Chinese telecom/smartphone company – three former leaders in Canada’s national security agencies are expressing serious concerns about our national security:

According to the Globe & Mail, “Ward Elcock, John Adams and Richard Fadden are weighing in on the matter after the heads of the CIA, FBI, National Security Agency and the Defence Intelligence Agency recently told the U.S. Senate intelligence committee that Huawei poses a cybersecurity threat to American customers. U.S. spymasters say Huawei’s smartphones and networking equipment could be used to conduct undetected espionage, especially the next, advanced generation of 5G technology.”

Elcock was the former director of CSIS, and also served as the deputy minister of national defence, in addition to the security and intelligence deputy clerk of the Privy Council.

According to the report, Elcock said “I have a pretty good idea of how signal-intelligence agencies work and the rules under which they work and their various operations and … I would not want to see Huawei equipment being incorporated into a 5G network in Canada.”

Notably, “Canada has been wary of Huawei’s operations for years, but the company’s presence here has been growing, and security experts say Ottawa has not been as aggressive as other Western countries, such as Britain, in testing Huawei’s equipment for security vulnerabilities.”

Adams once lead the Communications Security Establishment, and also warned about Huawei – particularly when it comes to 5G technology.

Former CSIS Director Fadden said “I think Huawei is operating in an area of strategic interest to both Canada and China and I think it is a strategic interest area where you do not want to make available to a large Chinese company, with ties to the Chinese government, access to Canadian infrastructure.”

And yet, despite all these serious warnings about Huawei, the Globe & Mail reports that the Trudeau government is refusing to take action:

“Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale told The Globe and Mail in a statement on Friday that Huawei is being monitored and does not pose a risk to Canada’s cybersecurity.”

How reassuring…

Trudeau bows to China yet again

Yet again, the Trudeau government is refusing to prioritize our national security, and is acting weaker towards China than our Western allies. Making this all the more absurd, is the fact that Trudeau’s supine position isn’t even gaining any benefits, as he was humiliated when he tried to work on a ‘free trade’ deal with the authoritarian state.

Nobody respects weakness and national disloyalty, yet that is what Trudeau continually shows as he puts our security at risk. Because any large company in China is effectively controlled by the Chinese Communist Party – which has set a goal of making China the dominant power on earth – giving them potential espionage power within our own networks would be disastrous to our national sovereignty and national security.

Any Canadian 5G network should be fully Canadian, and should never incorporate foreign equipment – particularly not from a Communist state. By refusing to see that obvious, common-sense truth, the Trudeau government shows once again that they are unable, and unwilling to act in the best interests of our country.

Once again, Canada is being sold out.

Read more about the Huawei threat here.

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