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1) Many of us have fought the siting of cell towers within residential areas or near schools, and rightly so. But many people are not as concerned about cell phones, Wi-Fi, or other wireless gadgets.
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Our exposure to electromagnetic waves: beware of commonly held beliefs
“For over 10 years, controlling exposure to electromagnetic waves and to radio frequencies in particular has fuelled many debates, which have often been quite heated. An analysis of reports and scientific publications devoted to this topic shows that researchers are mainly studying the possible impact of mobile phones on our health. At the same time, according to what has been published in the media, the public is mainly concerned about base stations. Nevertheless, mobile phones and wireless communication systems in general are widely used and have dramatically changed how people around the world communicate and work.”
2) The wireless companies in the USA working with the FCC, equivalent to Industry Canada or ISED Innovation, Science and Economic Development (the name change makes it seem less industry supportive), have a goal of giving us no choice. It will be wireless or nothing, and here is the game they are playing. It sounds a lot like what is happening in BC and, probably, across Canada. We need to be alert to what is being done by companies like Shaw and Telus and fight for our rights. 5G is ultimately a goal toward which they are pushing all of us.
“And since the companies helped to position this FCC takeover, they have also helped to create a voting-block that gives this Gang of 3 the ability to control, not only the agenda, but also the outcome and make it biased towards the companies’ wishes and against the Public’s interests…
– REMOVE THE RIGHTS OF MUNICIPALITIES – POLES.
– LIMIT LIFELINE AND HARM RURAL AREAS
– 5G SMALL CELL REPLACEMENT OF THE WIRE
3) A colleague in California found that the California Real Estate Agents have a form that sellers are required to complete and it includes a question about cell towers, among other “nuisances and other problems”…
Page 3-4, under K. Neighborhood:
“1. Neighborhood noise, nuisance and other problems from sources such as, but not limited to the following: …cell phone towers…”
4) The source of the “noise” reported by people working in the USA Embassy in Cuba is still unknown. Brain abnormalities were found but many symptoms/effects were reduced after treatment.
Doctors find brain abnormalities in Cuba embassy attack victims
“U.S. embassy workers in Havana who were subject to mysterious, loud noises and vibrations in an invisible attack last year were found to have developed brain abnormalities, doctors have discovered. Tests by doctors searching for clues to explain what led to the victims’ hearing, memory, balance and vision damage reveal the workers developed changes to the white matter tracts in their brain that control communication, several U.S. officials said, according to an Associated Press report. These findings support a general agreement by government and university physicians who have been researching the attacks.”
[more articles – https://apnews.com/tag/CubaHealthMystery]
And recently, there have been a couple of articles about studies showing effects of EMR on the brain. Of special note was the video of a scientist being irradiated in a car:
“Headache in the car”
https://vimeo.com/244746945 (6 minutes)
5) And below, some good letters. Please, keep writing.
From: Manuel Erickson (name given with permission)
Sent:December 5, 2017
To: John Horgan <email@example.com>
Cc: Sharon Noble
Subject: Site C Approval?
Dear Mr Horgan:
There is a report (see below) that you are ignoring questions about the Site C dam and that you will approve it during the Christmas period while the attention of voters is elsewhere. Be warned: if you approve Site C, I shall never again vote NDP and shall cancel my membership in the party. I’m certain that tens of thousands feel this way. What do you think that will do to your support?
Cancelling Site C is a “no-brainer.” Yes, it will cost money to cancel, but the total of what is already spent on the project and the cost of cancellation will be far less than the total to finish it. Do not bend to the pressure of the unions because there will be a lot of work to be had in the remediation of the site. Please read this: http://commonsensecanadian.ca/approving-site-c-could-sink-ndp/.
Therefore, YOU MUST CANCEL SITE C. If you don’t, your version of the NDP will be exactly like that of the hated Liberals and you might as well join them.
From a member who is also a member of the NDP. She said suspicions are that the Site C project is going to be approved during Christmas while people are not paying attention. Horgan is not answering questions the members are asking – making many very nervous that this dangerous, expensive program will be approved. IMHO, if they do this, they might as well change their party name to Liberal. There is no justification for this project moving forward. If you feel strongly about Site C, please contact, call, visit your MLA and Horgan. It’s time to make our voices heard.
Mr. Shame Simpson
Your response to Ms. Hoffman is outrageous! Although I am not directly affected other than being coerced into paying $75 bi-monthly to retain my analogue meter, I fully support Ms. Hoffmann’s letters to you regarding smart meters. You didn’t seem to be able to understand Ms. Hoffmann’s letter. And you don’t seem to know your job – you are Minister of Poverty Reduction, not Energy. Your job is to reduce poverty, not promote the LNG industry!
It is also news to me the new NDP government looks forward to supporting the natural gas sector. Do you know how much of the natural gas is obtained by fracking? Do you know that fracking has been proven to cause earthquakes? Do you know that chemicals (which frackers do not need to disclose to regulators) used in the process of fracking destroys our precious pristine water supplies? Do you know this and endorse and promote the natural gas sector?????
Your ignorance of the economic impacts of LNG versus sustainable energy sources such as solar and wind is staggering. You promote the environmentally devastating LNG industry and don’t even mention sustainable energy which most experts agree will create more jobs and economic growth than LNG without the accompanying environmental damage that taxpayers will be on the hook to clean up.
It is also incredibly shameful to drag First Nations reconciliation issues into your promotion of LNG and in order to avoid addressing the issues in Ms. Hoffmann’s email. Apparently you are unaware most First Nations want nothing to do with LNG. Let’s see if the NDP respects First Nations human and economic issues in dealing with fish farms which are destroying First Nations food supplies. Then taxpayers can grade you on your reconciliation efforts.
I hope your tenure in office will be a short one. Even a Liberal would be better because at least we know what we are dealing with!
I will directly contact the premier’s office to see if he agrees with your statements.
To: John Horgan <firstname.lastname@example.org>, email@example.com
Date: December 4, 2017
Subject: Please stop Site C and this is why… and where’s the BCUC review and report into the illegal smart meter program?
Attention Andrew Weaver, John Horgan and Michelle Mungall:
Have you considered the old and neglected fracking dams already in B.C. that are at risk of failing just like the Mt Polley tailings pond did? Well, it’s all Andrew Weaver, BC environmentalists just like me and our First Nations people throughout this province think about! So, today I’m asking… will you, our new government sit back and wait for that to happen? Please… I beg of you, stop this dam (Site C), because in case you don’t think tax payers know…
BC tax payers know all about those illegal unattended, unmaintained and grossly neglected existing fracking dams waiting to fail throughout our province. And where will the money come from to try to clean them up after they’ve failed should you choose to move ahead with this old outdated Site C dam project that will destroy our environment and cost us billions of dollars for generations to come…
Meanwhile BC waits for the inevitable failure of these fracking dams? Where is the BCUC review for BC Hydro’s illegal smart meter program that was never done? https://www.desmog.ca/2017/10/17/b-c-regulator-finds-numerous-frack-water-dams-unsafe-risk-failure
I’m Y and I’m a proud B.C. environmentalist Who voted for you because I believe in you and I believe in the B.C. NDP.
Subject: STOP SITE C DAM CONSTRUCTION IMMEDIATELY
Date: December 6, 2017
To: Premier John Horgan” <Premier@gov.bc.ca>, Attorney General David Eby <AG.Minister@gov.bc.ca>, “Minister of Energy, Mines & Petroleum Resources Michelle Mungall” <EMPR.Minister@gov.bc.ca>, Minister of Finance & Deputy Premier Carole James <FIN.Minister@gov.bc.ca>,
Cc: harry bains mla” <harry.bains.MLA@leg.bc.ca>, lisa beare MLA <lisa.beare.MLA@leg.bc.ca>, garry begg MLA <garry.begg.MLA@leg.bc.ca>, jagrup brar MLA <jagrup.brar.MLA@leg.bc.ca>, s chandraherbert MLA <s.chandraherbert.MLA@leg.bc.ca>, katrina chen MLA <katrina.chen.MLA@leg.bc.ca>, raj chouhan mla <raj.chouhan.MLA@leg.bc.ca>, george chow MLA <george.chow.MLA@leg.bc.ca>, katrine conroy mla <katrine.conroy.MLA@leg.bc.ca>, bob deith MLA <bob.deith.MLA@leg.bc.ca>, judy darcy mla <judy.darcy.MLA@leg.bc.ca>, mitzi dean MLA <mitzi.dean.MLA@leg.bc.ca>, Adrian Dix MLA <adrian.dix.MLA@leg.bc.ca>, doug donaldson mla <doug.donaldson.MLA@leg.bc.ca>, mable elmore mla <mable.elmore.MLA@leg.bc.ca>, mike farnworth mla <mike.farnworth.MLA@leg.bc.ca>, rob fleming mla <rob.fleming.MLA@leg.bc.ca>, scott fraser mla <scott.fraser.MLA@leg.bc.ca>, rick glumac MLA <rick.glumac.MLA@leg.bc.ca>, george heyman mla <george.heyman.MLA@leg.bc.ca>, ravi kahlon MLA <ravi.kahlon.MLA@leg.bc.ca>, anne kang MLA <anne.kang.MLA@leg.bc.ca>, leonard krog mla <leonard.krog.MLA@leg.bc.ca>, ronna-rae leonard MLA <ronna-rae.leonard.MLA@leg.bc.ca>, bowinn ma MLA <bowinn.ma.MLA@leg.bc.ca>, melanie mark mla <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Lana Popham MLA <lana.popham.MLA@leg.bc.ca>, bruce ralston mla <bruce.ralston.MLA@leg.bc.ca>, jennifer rice mla <jennifer.rice.MLA@leg.bc.ca>, selina robinson mla <selina.robinson.MLA@leg.bc.ca>, janet routledge MLA <janet.routledge.MLA@leg.bc.ca>, douglas routley MLA <douglas.routley.MLA@leg.bc.ca>, nicholas simons mla <nicholas.simons.MLA@leg.bc.ca>, shane simpson mla <shane.simpson.MLA@leg.bc.ca>, jinny sims MLA <jinny.sims.MLA@leg.bc.ca>, rachna singh MLA <rachna.singh.MLA@leg.bc.ca>, claire trevena mla <claire.trevena.MLA@leg.bc.ca>
Dear Premier Horgan, Attorney General Eby, and Ministers:
Site C Dam Construction must be stopped immediately. Further construction of it is ethically and economically unacceptable, and by denying the facts only exacerbates the pain from this travesty. It is backward thinking, and does not support the genuine needs of British Columbians now and in the future. Better options exist.
Site C has been outrageously expensive, continues to [do] much harm to the environment (affecting much wildlife), continues to disrespectfully destroy land that is of significant importance to the Indigenous community, etc. As well, I have heard reports that it is poorly constructed and, if implemented, may cause more serious damage to the environment in the future.
Long-term financial benefits to the Province are few. As far as I know, it will be a financial noose around the necks of taxpayers, for the benefit of industry.
I humbly request that you please use unbiased reason in your judgment for what is best for all of British Columbia in the long term.
Thank you, in advance, for your actions to stop Site C dam.
From: Janis Hoffmann (name given with permission)
Sent: December 5, 2017
Subject: Vote NO! For Site C Dam!
Mr. John Horgan,
Be the Bernie Saunders for BC and stand WITH the citizens of BC!!
Vote NO! For Site C Dam!
Director, Coalition to Stop Smart Meters
RESISTANCE IS FERTILE!!