LSL- Monday Night Dinners at Nanaimo Square (please share )Oct 15 2018

Myself Kevin Proteau spent the evening with Christine of Monday Night Dinners at Nanaimo Square. She has been feeding people in need now for 3 seasons now and learned a lot of what the need is and the feedback from the community Be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel for all events leading up to the elections and more Kevin Proteau is my youtube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHIH21uxoX1YzUGMJJUzrFg

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Cities Sue FCC on $2B Municipal Giveaway to Big Wireless for Installing 5G Everywhere

By B.N. Frank

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is not a health or environmental protection agency.  Their job is to regulate the Telecom Industry (Big Wireless).  They’ve been doing just the opposite long before the ridiculous and highly risky “Race for 5G”which allows for hundreds of thousands if not millions more 5G small cell towers and related infrastructure in front of homes, in public rights of ways, historic districts, etc.  People are reporting health issues (pets included) where it has already been installed.  Insurance companies already know that radiation exposure is harmful otherwise they’d still be doing business with Big Wireless.

Now the EPA seems to have jumped on the 5G bandwagon, too.  Last week members proposed weakening outdated and insufficient federal radiation exposure levels.  Not for nothing, U.S. levels already exceed those of China and Russia.  And since 2004, The International Association of Firefighters (IAFF) has opposed the use of their stations has base stations due to health risks to members.

Before this ruling, Activist Post reported many times about action taken and threats made by communities and organizations who oppose this.

On October 3. 2018, Ars Technica reported more updates:

Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan and City Attorney Pete Holmes yesterday said their city intends to appeal the FCC order in federal court. Seattle will be coordinating with other cities on a lawsuit, they said.

“In coordination with the overwhelming majority of local jurisdictions that oppose this unprecedented federal intrusion by the FCC, we will be appealing this order, challenging the FCC’s authority and its misguided interpretations of federal law,” they said in a press release.

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The FCC vote on September 26 limited the amount that local governments may charge carriers for placing 5G equipment such as small cells on poles, traffic lights, and other government property in public rights-of-way.

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The FCC order suggests up-front application fees of $100 for each small cell and annual fees of up to $270 per small cell. Cities that charge more than that would likely face litigation from carriers and would have to prove that the fees are a reasonable approximation of all costs and “non-discriminatory.” Portland typically charges $3,000 per year, The Oregonian report said.

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The FCC order also forces cities and towns to act on carrier applications within 60 or 90 days, and it limits the kinds of aesthetic requirements cities and towns can impose on carrier deployments.

“The scope of this overreach is significant,” Durkan and Holmes said. “It impedes local authority to serve as trustees of public property and to fulfill cities’ public health and safety responsibilities while establishing unworkable standards. This will increase costs and impose an unreasonable burden on local governments.”

The Seattle officials said they “are particularly concerned about how the Order will compromise the safety, security, and reliability of critical electrical infrastructure, City Light’s utility poles.”

 

FCC Chairman Ajit Pai accused cities and towns of “extracting as much money as possible in fees from the private sector and forcing companies to navigate a maze of regulatory hurdles in order to deploy wireless infrastructure.”

Pai argues that cutting fees in big cities will spur carriers to deploy more broadband in rural areas. But he offered no evidence that carriers’ deployment decisions in rural areas are affected by permit fees in big cities, and the FCC order doesn’t require carriers to build in areas where they wouldn’t have done so anyway.

FCC Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel, a Democrat, questioned the FCC’s authority to override local rules in this case. She said that litigation against the FCC “will only slow our 5G future.”

Portland, Oregon has also  filed a lawsuit.

FCC Chairman, Ajit Pai, is a former Verizon lawyerActivist Post has also reported about him before, as well as other FCC sell-outs, current and former.

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Press Release -Public Forum on the health risks & privacy of the 5G network. Cleland Theatre on Wednesday, October 10 at 7pm

For Immediate Release

Running to be your watchdog for City Council. This is one of my biggest concerns right now

Public Forum on the health risks & privacy of the 5G network soon to come to Penticton

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Dr. Magda Havas to speak at Cleland Theatre on Wednesday, October 10 at 7pm

Main speaker – Dr. Magda Havas is an Environmental Scientist who has peer-reviewed scientific studies on the health risks associated with the location of cell towers in proximity to homes & schools. Dr. Havas will speak on the potential health risks of Telus’ plan to install mini-microwave cellular towers throughout Penticton. (every 800 ft., or every 2nd to tenth house)
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intro speaker – Bio – Ross Andersen DC, ND, DO (MP)
Retired Chiropractor & Naturopathic Physician
Health Motivator and Educator, Electromagnetic Field Radiation Consultant, Live Blood Analyst, Osteopath

Currently operating an electromagnetic field radiation consulting service called SafeZone EMF Radiation Protection. SafeZone does home and business consultations and evaluations for all forms of electromagnetic and wireless radiation. Remediation and mitigation methods are recommended for all forms of wireless radiation that are found.
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This plan is referred to as 5G wireless technology. 5G (meaning 5th generation microwave wireless technology) requires hundreds of mini cell towers to be constructed throughout our city emitting micro-wave radiation. 5G service is supposed to be up to 100 times faster than current data speeds, but it requires cellphone microwave radiation towers to be closer to our homes than ever before. Telus claims they have no intention on installing 5G in Penticton; however they have started to install 4G micro-cell towers that are 5G-ready.

To date, there has been zero to minimal community input. The meeting at the Cleland theatre on Wednesday, Oct 10, at 7pm will help enlighten the public and local politicians and candidates on the risks associated with placing these towers close to homes, and schools.

According to Kevin Proteau, main organizer of the event, over 200 International Scientists have been petitioning Governments and Industry to halt the output of 5G micro-cell towers over potential health risks.

To date, such warnings have been ignored. Proteau is also worried about the private information collected through this technology and noted that the company Telus has contracted to install the towers, Huawei, is a Chinese-owned company that has been banned in the US and Australia for illegally gathering private information on citizens and Governments.

Proteau, who is running for City Council, (as well) is urging people to show up and learn about the risks of having microwave cell towers next to their homes, businesses and schools.

We have reserved seats for all candidates running in the current municipal election because there will be a Q & A after the presentation. It is hoped that council will ask questions regarding about their concerns as it is part of council’s mandate to protect the health & safety of the citizens of Penticton.

Contact:

kevinproteau.locals@gmail.com

Kevin Proteau, 250-770-9789

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