1) With the increase in EMR, we all should be considering getting devices like AEDs since hearts are very vulnerable to interference by wireless radiation. I happen to know of several people under 50 who have pacemakers due to similar episodes the causes of which have not been explained.
My Heart Suddenly Stopped. Sudden Cardiac Arrest
“After someone’s heart stops, each minute defibrillation is delayed their chance of survival drops by 7-10%. After just 12 minutes, an adult’s survival rate is less than 5%.
In New Brunswick, the provincial government requires land ambulances to respond to an urban emergency within 9 minutes, or up to 22 minutes for rural calls. They are expected to meet or exceed these times only 90% of the time. Response times of 12 minutes aren’t unusual.
If your heart were to stop, and there is any delay before someone finds you, calls 911, an ambulance is dispatched and travels to your location, you may not have a chance of survival.”
2) In Australia resistance to 5G microcells is growing, primarily due to health concerns. But, as in BC, Huawei’s presence in the infrastructure remains a possible threat to security.
‘The ABC reported earlier this month that residents in NSW have petitioned for the removal of small cell boxes. “In a move that experts say will become more common as Australia prepares itself for the 5G rollout, TPG, in conjunction with China’s Huawei, has begun placing the transmitters — roughly the size of two shoe boxes — on power poles across the suburb of Ryde, in Sydney’s north-west.”
The transmitters will initially be used to boost 4G in suburban areas. Small cell installations are also essential to paving the way for the rollout of 5G. Residents were not given a say in the matter.”
3) Dr. Arazi’s discovery that a vast number of cellphones expose their users to dramatically higher levels of radiation than allowed or admitted was fundamental in Italy’s recent court ruling that the public should be educated on the risks associated with cellphone use.
Italy: a landmark judgment condemns the state to inform the population of the health risks due to mobile phones
“We hope that this Italian decision will, both at European and international level, set an example for the implementation of campaigns to protect the health of mobile phone users. It is essential that public authorities and manufacturers take the train of good resolutions in 2019. Especially at a time when the Phonegate scandal shows that manufacturers have knowingly misled all users by exposing them well beyond the limits not to be exceeded.
4) More people are being bullied and threatened by BC Hydro which has led to more people being scammed through threats and bullying tactics. Shameful that our utility company uses the same tactics as scammers — and they will carry through with their threats to turn off power if their demands are not met.
Record year: 2018 sees highest number of attempts to scam BC Hydro customers
“It turns out 2018 was a record year for scam artists ripping off the utility’s customers.
“Fraudsters posing as BC Hydro employees were actually 50 per cent more successful in 2018 than they were in 2017, and this resulted in them basically stealing about $45,000 from our customers, a number that we expect would actually be much higher if everyone reported being a victim of these scams,” Mora Scott with BC Hydro explains.
She says the scam involves a fraudster threatening to immediately disconnect a customer’s service if a payment is not made. They apparently reach out to the customer by phone, email, or text.”
Sharon Noble, Director, Coalition to Stop Smart Meters
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