Dan has been by far at the front lines and has my respect
Dan has been by far at the front lines and has my respect
To the Editor
Do you understand the science of microwaves? Do you understand how microwaves affect all living things? Do you have children? Do you know anyone who is EMF (electro magnetic frequency) sensitive? Do you understand how 5G can affect health & environment? Do you understand how 4G & other wireless modalities have affected many pets, children, adults & our environment?
Many of us are still learning & gathering information that mainstream media doesn’t make easily available. Living in the era of the citizen journalist makes that sequestered information accessible but one must have a curiosity & desire to know & understand. Should we believe industry generated “facts” regarding their technology? “Industry seems immune to all of the science & medical experts warnings”. (This quote from Dr Barrie Trower, a former UK Navy weapons researcher & directed energy expert) A further quote from Dr Trower: “ Every living thing on the planet is affected by microwaves except bacterium”. Top scientists in 40 countries have signed a petition saying “you cannot do this” but mainstream media & industry have ignored this outcry.
Isn’t it time for us a community, parent, grandparent or just a concerned citizen to start dialoguing about microwave technology & how it is affecting every living thing? Who has the courage to ask the hard questions? The information is there for us to discover but it will not be the industry who will give us the truth. It is always interesting to check the sources of information we are led to believe. Start a conversation about what you know or don’t know regarding microwave technology, specifically 5th Generation (5G). Our health & that of future generations is at stake.
Firefighters Suffer Brain Damage Following Contact With 5G Cell Towers reports of adverse effects from 5G come just days after major university study By: Riva Mendoza |@NeonNettle on 13th July 2018 @ 4.00pm © press reports of adverse effects from 5G come just days after major university study
Firefighters Suffer Brain Damage Following Contact With 5G Cell Towers reports of adverse effects from 5G come just days after major university study By: Riva Mendoza |@NeonNettle on 13th July 2018 @ 4.00pm © press reports of adverse effects from 5G come just days after major university study Firefighters in Sacramento, CA have reported brain damage including severe memory problems and confusion following the installation of new 5G cell towers outside the city fire station.The reports of adverse effects from 5G come just days after major university study into 5G wireless technology was a “massive health experiment” that hasn’t been properly tested by the government.
According to CBS report on the 5G small cell towers references complaints by the San Francisco firefighters:Firefighters in San Francisco have reported memory problems and confusion after the 5G equipment was installed outside of fire stations. The firefighters claim the symptoms stopped when they relocated to stations without equipment nearby.Firefighters are willing to run and leap and climb and jump into burning buildings and forests but they aren’t willing to suffer neurological damage after being subjected to prolonged periods of radiation exposure from 5G cell towers and antennas.
If firefighters aren’t willing to put up with the damaging effects of the 5G rollout, should we be more concerned about the health effects associated with the new wireless technology? © pressAccording to Activist Post: All sources of cell phone and wireless WiFi radiation are not magic.
They have never been. Decades of research from government, independent, industry, and military scientists have already proven harm.In 2011, The World Health Organization classified all sources of cell phone and wireless WiFi radiation as a possible carcinogen in the same category as chloroform, engine exhaust, and led.Many experts believe it should be reclassified as a Carcinogen.
This isn’t just about cancer. Exposure can lead to symptoms and illnesses referred to as “Microwave Sickness” or “Electrosensitivity.”This is actually more common than we have been led to believe.Research has confirmed that exposure can… Worsen pre-existing conditions even when it didn’t cause them Disrupt the blood-brain barrier which can cause it to leak Cause a cumulative toxic effect when combined with other toxins Harm pets, nature, and wildlife
It’s not just The Telecom Industry aka “Big Wireless” that doesn’t seem to care about any of this. Many of our elected officials, as well as current and former government employees, don’t seem to care either. © press20+-year-old legislation as well as outdated safety standards and testing– not science – has made it possible to avoid using “The Precautionary Principle” in regard to all digital and wireless devices, products, and infrastructure.Concerns about cell towers – 5G and otherwise – and other sources of WiFi radiation has been reported quite a bit already – especially over the last few months.In 2017, 180 scientists requested a moratorium on 5G small cell towers because of biological and environmental health risks.
Environmental organizations like the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) are also asking for assistance in opposing it.5G was recently installed in New York City and Dr. Naomi Wolf and many of her fans have been posting about this on social media.It doesn’t sound like a good time is being had by all.Those who want 5G can still have it without cell towers being installed all over their communities.Samsung will very soon be selling indoor 5G routers to anyone who doesn’t mind profuse sweating and other unpleasant side effects from exposure.Concerns about other sources of WiFi exposure have been reported for kids and everyone else and by a variety of media outlets and experts.In fact, cell phone manufacturers are warning their shareholders that they may eventually be held liable for the harm they have caused.If firefighters don’t want cell towers near their stations, why should anyone else want more of them near our homes and everywhere else?
Ankle deep in water, 83-year-old Jim Maturen unreeled his fishing line and watched it plunge into Michigan’s Chippewa Creek. Attached to the end was a thermometer. When the water’s temperature appeared on the display, retired surveyor John McLane scribbled down the reading on a piece of paper. The two men then moved on to another section of stream, then to five other spots along the Chippewa and another creek, the Twin. Later that month, they went back with a yardstick to measure the creeks’ depths. They were low. Too low for trout.
With their simple study, McLane and Maturen, a citizen scientist who worked in law enforcement for 31 years, wanted to show that trout can’t survive in these waterways. According to Maturen and a number of others who live close by, the beverage behemoth Nestlé is to blame. The company has been depleting the creeks’ groundwater sources for its Ice Mountain bottled water.
In Osceola Township, where Maturen conducted his tests, there isn’t a mountain—icy or otherwise—in sight, but Nestlé has been drawing hundreds of gallons from the ground for its Ice Mountain brand every minute for more than 15 years. Recently the state Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) approved Nestlé’s request to increase that withdrawal from 250 to 400 gallons per minute.
“The good lord only made so many trout streams,” Maturen says. As a lifelong fisherman and conservationist, he knows what a trout stream looks like―and the current Chippewa and Twin aren’t it. According to DEQ records, trout swam in both of these creeks 18 years ago. Last summer, Maturen and McLane saw no fish at all.
They’re not the only ones concerned. After Nestlé asked the state to increase its allowance from the pump in 2016, public meetings drew hundreds—more than 600 by Maturen’s count—from not only the township but also Detroit and Flint, Michigan. DEQ also received more than 80,000 comments opposing Nestlé’s request and just 75 in favor.
Yet after months of review and what DEQ Director C. Heidi Grether called “the most extensive analysis of any water withdrawal in Michigan history,” the state approved Nestlé’s permit in April, as long as the company submits a monitoring plan and collects baseline data. If the DEQ approves the plan and deems the data adequate, Nestlé will be allowed to withdraw up to 400 gallons every minute from the ground in central Michigan to be bottled up.
Many environmental groups, including the Sierra Club and Michigan Citizens for Water Conservation (MCWC), say the state should have collected real-time data on the streams to get a better handle on the potential effects of removing more water. Nestlé’s own study, conducted in 2000 when the company was looking for natural springs, shows that the increase could lower water levels in streams and nearby wetlands. (The company did not respond to requests for comment.) The DEQ decision, say residents, shows how the state’s water policy puts private industry’s interests before the public’s.
Nestlé’s water bottling has run into problems in Michigan before. MCWC took the company to court in 2001 when residents of Mecosta County grew concerned over how the company’s groundwater pumping had changed Dead Stream and nearby wetlands. (Nestlé’s operation there and the one in Osecola Township draw from the same watershed.) Residents won the case, and Nestlé had to stop pumping there temporarily. After Nestlé appealed, a judge ruled in 2009 that the company could take an average 218 gallons per minute instead of the 400 it was originally allowed.
In 2008 Congress enacted the Great Lakes Compact, an agreement among eight states and two Canadian provinces to regulate water diversions from the Great Lakes–St. Lawrence River Basin. Each state had to figure out how it was going to comply with the new law. For its part, Michigan decided to employ models to figure out how much a citizen, company, or farmer could take from a particular stream without causing damage. The models estimate how much that system has in reserve and how much can harmlessly be taken out.
That may sound good, but the state never has to check in real life whether a stream has slowed to a trickle because someone has sucked up too much water. “According to state law, it’s all about the spreadsheet,” says Patricia Norris, a natural resources policy professor at Michigan State University. But conducting real-time monitoring on every section of Michigan’s 30,000 miles of river would cost $18 million, according to some estimates, and the system wasn’t set up to police users, say water-use experts in the state. If someone sees a stream running low, however, she can bring a case to court. That’s what Peggy Case, president of MCWC, plans to do if necessary.
Case’s organization plans to legally challenge the permit to lay the groundwork for a trial. It will base its arguments on the precedent set by the Mecosta County case, information Nestlé provided to DEQ for its increased Osceola water withdrawal, and evidence that the company’s current water withdrawals are already causing damage.
“Privatization of water, in our view, is wrong. It belongs to the people and it belongs to the ecosystem,” says Case, even if state law doesn’t currently prevent it. As opposed to other types of water withdrawals, such as for farming, she says, “When you put it in bottles and ship it out of the watershed, it’s gone.” With enough evidence, which includes Maturen’s and McLane’s scribbles from the banks of the Chippewa and the Twin, Michiganders may be able to show that Nestlé is taking more out of the environment than just water.
Check out Shawn Buckley’s latest video recording (55 minute watch) released as part of our 2018 public and industry education phase. 60 days ago today, at Toronto’s Total Health Show, Shawn gave his new lecture called “Censorship, Science and Belief”. He shares compelling insight into the detrimental outcome of Health Canada’s proposed self-care regulatory framework for natural health products. Safe and effective natural remedies in Canada are currently facing their most significant threat to date. After 23 years of dealing with Health Canada Shawn tells us, “never have I felt more threatened.” Be able to personally speak to the facts and develop a full understanding through our new and popular educational material:
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Canada should know better than to get between Italians and their pasta.
Since Italy only grows 60 per cent of the wheat it needs, it also swallows up almost 25 per cent of Canada’s $1.3-billion annual durum crop – or it did up until earlier this year.
Late in 2017, chemical residues were found in Italian pasta. When news hit the airwaves that Canadian wheat blended with Italian was the source, Italians were incensed.
Media hyped the Canadian practice of spraying glyphosate on grain crops to kill the plants days before harvest, a practice Italy banned in 2016, as a probable cause.
The amounts found measured well below both the European Union’s maximum residue limit (MRL) of 10,000 parts per billion and Canada’s at 5,000 ppb.
But a few months later, the world’s biggest pasta maker, Barilla, announced it would not use wheat containing more than 10 ppb glyphosate, 1,000 times below the EU limit, in its pasta. The company cited consumer demand for its decision.
But even before Italy announced this month that it will not ratify the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement between the EU and Canada, the country’s attitude was hardening toward wheat imports.
Citing Italians’ concern about food-safety standards, Italy has since February required country-of-origin labelling on all wheat and rice products sold there. Canada’s wheat exports to Italy have since slowed to a trickle.
Cereals Canada’s president Cam Dahl says the situation has nothing to do with glyphosate and everything to do with a campaign by Italian farmers to denigrate Canadian wheat. Other observers of this food fight say that glyphosate levels worldwide are set too high to be safe.
Italian consumers may be on to something.
Glyphosate is the most used herbicide in human history. It was first approved in Canada in 1991. Some nine billion kilograms have been sprayed globally. Since the arrival of genetically modified crops in the 1990s, its use has exploded 15-fold.
Glyphosate can now also be found not just in food, but in our water and air. Some scientists blame low-dose exposures for a range of chronic illnesses not even considered in the toxicity studies that help determine safe daily intake levels.
In 2015, the International Agency for Research on Cancer declared the chemical a probable carcinogen. Other agencies, including Canada’s Pest Management Regulatory Agency, the European Food Safety Authority and the United States Environmental Protection Agency, have challenged that view. But it’s also worth remembering that it took decades of research to finally establish scientific consensus on the dangers of tobacco.
Coldiretti, an Italian farmers’ organization, has been loudest critic of Canadian wheat.
Italian farmers are playing the health card, but they have also been waging a two-year campaign against foreign imports flowing into Italy under the trade agreements with Canada and the Ukraine.
But if a mix of Italian and Canadian wheat puts more glyphosate in pasta than Italians think is healthy, how much are Canadians getting in their undiluted noodles?
Prior to 2014, there were no labs in Canada accredited for testing glyphosate food residues.
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) finally decided to test for it in 2015. British Columbia food security activist Tony Mitra spent the next two years peppering the agency with Freedom of Information requests for test results.
CFIA finally dumped 7,800 raw data records on Mitra. After sorting, formatting and analyzing them, he concluded that Canada and the United States produce the most glyphosate-laden seed-based food on the planet.
He found 83 per cent of made-in-Canada pasta contained glyphosate residues, with an average contamination of 91 ppb. Of Italian pasta tested, 65 per cent contained residues of 30 ppb on average.
These results fall well below the 5,000 ppb Canadian MRL for wheat. But some say MRLs are based on out-dated research. Newer studies address low-dose effects ignored in classic toxicology.
When glyphosate was first marketed in 1974, it was presumed safe because it killed plants by acting in their shikimate pathway, something humans don’t have. But bacteria do, and recent science points to the crucial role bacteria play in human health.
Glyphosate is actually an antibiotic. According to retired Agriculture Canada plant-breeding researcher André Comeau, Monsanto’s own patent says glyphosate has antibiotic value at levels as low as 1,000 ppb. That’s a fifth of what Canada allows in wheat.
“In other words, Health Canada authorized in human food an antibiotic that is eaten by almost all Canadians… every day,” Comeau says.
Glyphosate can be mistaken for the amino acid glycine and incorporated into proteins, according to a controversial theory advanced by a Massachusetts Institute of Technology research scientist, Stephanie Seneff, and her colleagues.
Seneff says existing studies already point to this mechanism creating proteins that malfunction and gradually lead to conditions, such as autism, Alzheimer’s, diabetes, celiac disease, asthma, sexual disorders and cancer, among others. “You don’t prove [this] in a toxicity study because it’s a slow, insidious process,” Seneff says.
Last month a short-term crowd-funded pilot study released by Italy’s Ramazzini Institute suggested the low-dose glyphosate exposure people get on a daily basis is enough to disrupt the endocrine system, leading to a host of chronic diseases.
In the pilot study, rats were fed glyphosate-based herbicides daily for three months at the U.S. safe level dose of 1.75 milligrams for each kilogram of body weight. The study revealed effects on the sexual development of the rats, damage to their cell DNA and changes in their intestinal microbiome.
Canada’s allowable daily intake is less than a fifth of the U.S. number used in the study. But even Canada’s limit may be too high.
Monsanto, the company that discovered glyphosate and was recently bought by Bayer, is under increasing fire. More than 2,000 lawsuits have been launched in multiple U.S. states by people who say that using the company’s glyphosate-based Roundup herbicide made them sick with non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma. Some complainants are dying.
Awareness of the chemical’s dangers is on the rise but Seneff says there’s still widespread reluctance to believe a government would allow its citizens to consume a toxin for 40 years. “Meanwhile, we have all these diseases going up dramatically and nobody can explain why.”
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Multi District Litigation: More than 450 lawsuits are pending against Monsanto Co. in U.S. District Court in San Francisco, filed by people alleging that exposure to Roundup herbicide caused them or their loved ones to develop non-Hodgkin lymphoma, and that Monsanto covered up the risks. The cases have been combined for handling as multidistrict litigation (MDL) under Judge Vince Chhabria. The lead case is 3:16-md-02741-VC.
Δράκων, Drakōn aka Draco of the 7th century BC, Athens, Ancient Greece was requested by the Athenian citizens to be a lawgiver for the city-state…they democratically elected him to be their lawgiver and what they got was something far more harsh and brutal than they anticipated…this is what happens when you trust the government to govern you…Asking for Justin Trudeau to be the guy who will write the law that makes it legal for you to interact with a certain plant has proven to have brought us back full circle to the time of Draco in Ancient Greece as Bill C45 and C46 have been tabled by the Liberals outlining their plan for the “legalization” of cannabis in Canada. In this video Leigh Stuart of Press For Truth breaks down the draconian C46 Driving laws that will come into effect the moment cannabis becomes federally “legal” for recreational use in Canada.
Canada has some of the highest levels of synthetic chemical ‘icides worldwide. MUCH higher than China. Canada also hold the title for gut disease. Health Canada seems to blindly follow the US. and approves poison based on 90 day patent holder studies.
24D is another doozy approved in our food. 24D is the main ingredient in Agent Orange. 2 in 3 Canadians now suffer from gut disorders.
How many suffer due to “policy”.
– 2000 Canadian govt promised to ban Chlorpyrifos
– 2009 “… Twenty-nine insecticides containing Chlorpyrifos are registered for use in Canada on peaches, nectarines, and strawberries, a wide variety of vegetables, and grains including barley, wheat, oats, canola, and flax. Aerial spraying is currently allowed.
Meanwhile, breast cancer is the most common cancer among women in Canada. Links between breast cancer, birth defects, and pesticides continue to emerge from scientific research. A recent study in Manitoba (Magoon, 2006) examined thousands of hospital records and showed that areas with higher incidence of birth defects and other health problems also had a higher level of pesticide use…”
– 2016 Govt audit found banned pesticides left on the market for 11 years in Canada:
– 24D is the main ingredient in Agant Orange. Is the govt too scared of being sued by these poison peddlers?
Govt says 24D is safe based on patent holder 90 day studies, “safe” for our food, but not for you lawn. 😦
Josh Sigurdson talks with former Congresswoman and presidential candidate Cynthia McKinney about a host of important issues. Starting off, we ask Cynthia about her thoughts on voluntaryism or private contract governance. Then she goes into what she’s learned since being a politician. Moving on, we talk about the left right paradigm and people being dependent on the state to save them. She talks about witnessing first hand that everything in government is fake. It’s all a scripted show. While Bush, Obama and Trump all ran on change successfully, the puppet masters continue to do as they please behind the curtains. Nothing really changes, just surface issues. While the mainstream media lies about Trump, they also lie in favor of Trump. The populace then divides and people fight each other rather than the real problem. Government. Cynthia McKinney breaks down a great analogy for us and goes into her idea of power cells as well as our differences.
Ever wonder what’s lurking in your bottled water? Marketplace asked a lab to test five of the top-selling brands of bottled water in Canada, and microplastics were found in all of them. To read more: http://cbc.ca/1.4575045