[EHS / ES – EKG Proof Smart Meters Affect the Human Heart by Warren Woodward – EMF – George Parker, Microwave Illness – Landlines Elimination – League of Minnesota Cities – Marion O’Neill & Mark Dayton, Bill HF739 / SF1456 Microcell / Small Cell Public Right-of-way Siting Legislation – Military Studies by Zory Glaser – Olle Johansson Interview by Jolie Jones – Ombudsman’s Office & Human Rights – RF Health Effects – Schools – UN Working Group | Canada – Minnesota, USA] & (videos)
1) Canada is being held to account for corporate abuse of human rights internationally. What about at home?
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Canada may soon begin to chart a new course on corporate accountability. The government is expected to announce the creation of an ombudsman office to investigate alleged wrongdoing by extractive firms operating abroad – a move that all but one of Canada’s main political parties committed to support. An effective ombudsman, as detailed in model legislation advanced by Canadian civil society, would be empowered to investigate and determine if a company is in breach of international human rights norms. She or he could publicly recommend actions to be taken by the company or the government to stop abuses, provide remedy or prevent future harm – all elements missing from Canada’s current framework.
Announcing the creation of an ombudsman office is one step the government could take immediately, before the conclusion of the UN Working Group visit, to demonstrate Canadian leadership in promoting accountability in the extractive sector.
2) In the USA, someone has recommended fighting the elimination of landlines by refusing to pay bills, sending the payment to the commission instead. I don’t know how it works in BC but, apparently, at least in some of the US, payment to the commission would go into escrow until the dispute is settled.
3) Minnesota has passed a bill re microcells which, in many respects, has caved in but does set requirements for residential areas — although it doesn’t sound like much beyond a delay of 90 days and NO moratoria.
“The bill also designates small cell deployment as a permitted use in public rights-of-way, except in areas zoned for single-family residential use and in historic districts, where a conditional use or special permit may be required. It establishes a 90-day shot clock for application approvals or denials and also prohibits moratoria on small cell deployment.”
4) Jolie Jones interviews Olle Johansson re RF health effects and EHS.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SWyT2qRlGZc (8 minutes)
5) The history of one man’s EHS. He references military studies done by Zory Glaser. These studies were given by Dr. Glaser to Dr. Magda Havas, and they can be read at her website www.magdahavas.com under “Zory’s archives” [http://www.magdahavas.com/category/from-zorys-archive/].
The dangers of RF exposure have been known for many decades, yet the telecom industry is allowed to put more transmitters near our homes, on our homes via smeters, and in our schools. It is criminal, and people are discovering the harm which our governments are allowing for the sake of profit. This blog, “Being sensitive (in a microwaved world)” is telling the stories of those who are suffering. I hope anyone who is sensitive will consider sharing his/her story.
Being Electrosensitive (in a microwaved world) — My testimony of Microwave Illness, by George Parker
6) After receiving many comments after his first YouTube, Warren Woodward has made another with more documentation of the effects of the smeter on hearts.
EKG Proof That “Smart” Meters Affect the Human Heart, Part II https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UIobFr3m8kk&feature=youtu.be (21 minutes)
Part I – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p-aNRQNRtaI (7 minutes)
Director, Coalition to Stop Smart Meters
One who deceives will always find those who allow themselves to be deceived
~ Nicolo Machiavelli