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1) Canada is willing to ignore the possibility that the Chinese government could hack/attack our infrastructure through Huawei, whose equipment is used by the largest telecom companies in Canada including those implementing 5G. Huawei has infiltrated many aspects of our infrastructure from pipelines (https://e.huawei.com/ca/solutions/industries/oil-gas/digital-pipeline/digital-pipeline-communication) to the electrical and cellular grid, as well as our universities. It seems very arrogant for Canadian security experts to believe they have everything under control and can “manage” Huawei.
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U.S. intelligence officials question Canada’s ability to test China’s Huawei for security breaches
“The chiefs of six U.S. intelligence agencies and three former heads of Canada’s spy services have said publicly they consider Huawei one of the world’s top cyberintelligence threats and that its 5G technology could be used to conduct remote spying, maliciously modify or steal information or even shut down systems.
Huawei, the world’s largest maker of telecommunications equipment and the No. 3 smartphone supplier, has been shut out of the giant U.S. market as well as Australia because of national-security concerns. Japan is also studying whether to impose regulations to reduce the security risks from using network equipment from Chinese manufacturers including Huawei.
Under Chinese law, companies must “support, co-operate with and collaborate in national intelligence work” as requested by Beijing, and security experts in the United States and Canada warn that equipment produced by firms such as Huawei could be compromised on behalf of China’s ruling party…
Mr. Jones told the parliamentary committee that Ottawa is leery about excluding firms such as Huawei because it believes reducing the number of telecom equipment suppliers would mean Canada would be more vulnerable if one vendor’s equipment was infected.
Canadian providers BCE Inc., Telus Corp. and Rogers Communications Inc. all use Huawei equipment in their cellular networks. The Globe reported in May that Huawei has established a vast network of relationships with leading research-heavy universities in Canada to create a steady pipeline of intellectual property that the company is using to underpin its market position in 5G.”
2) A good question – are any children reporting unusual health problems now that school is back in session? Exposure to strong Wi-Fi modems in their classrooms could be the cause. Other parents and teachers (and school nurses) need to have this information.
Short Video Explains Why Schools Are Being Warned About Symptoms From Industrial Strength Wi-Fi Routers
“Most kids have been back in school for 5-6 weeks now. If yours aren’t feeling well, they may be experiencing “Microwave Sickness” which is often misdiagnosed by doctors. Your kids may not be symptomatic to the Wi-Fi router or other devices in your home. But most schools use multiple industrial strength Wi-Fi routers which exposes them to even more harmful radiation. Many insurance companies aren’t covering WiFi exposure anymore and some school systems have already been warned.”
https://www.activistpost.com/2018/10/schools-warned-symptoms-wifi-routers.html (video 7:30 minutes)
3) Michigan State Senator Colbeck, whose video I shared a couple of nights ago, is a politician who understands the dangers of microwave radiation and the increasing proliferation of it via 5G technology. He and his wife, who is an MD, wrote a briefing paper that has information that every citizen, especially politicians, should know. The paper is a very quick read.
On page 8, there is a graph showing how the exposure guidelines of USA, Canada and Australia compare with other developed countries. Scary!! Many of the things he says about the USA and the FCC are equally true of Canada and our institutions like Health Canada. The FCC ignores the NTP study and so does Health Canada, for example.
Policy Guidance Regarding Wireless Radiation by Angie Colbeck, M.D. & Patrick Colbeck Sep 18, 2018, 13 pp. briefing book
“The Internet of Things offers much in the way of convenience, economic opportunity and efficiency. Depending upon how it is deployed, however, it also offers significant risk to our health, personal privacy, and national security. If we ignore these risks, the consequences include the loss of life and personal liberty. Alternatively, if we sensationalize these risks beyond the confines of reasonable evidence, we risk these very same consequences as no one responsible for public policy will take them seriously. This lack of action by our government will in turn result in significant delays to the implementation of important protections on behalf of our citizens. As such, we need to proceed with measured urgency as plans governing billions of dollars in infrastructure investments are being implemented. If not guided by sound policy regarding the health, personal privacy and national security concerns pertaining to these infrastructure investments, billions more in investments will be needed to rectify the issues that surface as a result of these concerns. This brief is an attempt to provide sound policy guidance regarding wireless radiation that will not only enable us to take advantage of most facets of the Internet of Things but also do so in a responsible manner.”
Sent: September 30, 2018
Subject: Your election campaign promises & the right to have an analogue meter at a reasonable cost.
The summary below from a taxpayer says it all. I wonder why you are so dismissive of this issue considering its impact on human health and the environment, particularly when you have a minority in the legislature?
When John Horgan was in the minority he promised to recognize and acknowledge the right of those who did not want a smeter to not have one. He seems to have forgotten the commitments he made and the help we gave him to get elected. Please – remind him. From the start Horgan’s primary concern was the costs. Rightly so, he argued that this $billion was unnecessary. What has he done now that he knows this is a never-ending expenditure? Many people have complained to me that he won’t answer emails and his staff at his constituency office is rude and refuses to allow meetings. Is this the John Horgan we knew and elected? I still have received no acknowledgement of my 600+ page Fire Report – and fires are continuing to occur.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K-yG0pZapsM 2013 NDP’s point of view re. smeters
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FL3RMvRuPUI When we presented him with petitions signed by more than 30,000 people, 2013. He tabled the petitions and that is the last we heard of them.