Email to Stockport Council 30/08/19

To: pam.smith@stockport.gov.uk

 

Dear Ms Smith,

as I wrote yesterday, we are… by which I mean the entire world population… being deceived (lied to) en masse about the biological effects of RF radiation. People, especially those with a duty of care to others like governments and local councils, urgently need to start waking up to the reality of what we’re really facing with the implementation of 5G.

Dr Sharon Goldberg: ”Our existing scientific literature has been sitting collecting dust for decades. We’ve got this disconnect between what is happening in industry and what the science says about electromagnetic fields and human physiology. We’ve had the development of all sorts of products that emit various EMFs that we know are harmful to humans, that undermine basic physiology.

… We have such clear evidence that this radiation is a broad spectrum pathogen, so that it causes all sorts of diseases, and a multi-site carcinogen, so it causes cancer in all sorts of different parts of the body. We understand a whole lot of basic mechanisms about why this would be. So it’s completely false from a scientific perspective when you hear ”we need more research”; ”it’s still a debate”. There’s nothing to debate.”

Regarding ubiquitous antennas on lamp posts close to millions upon millions of people’s homes: ”We already know the existing networks are harmful, so they shouldn’t be bringing this close to our houses, that just doesn’t make sense. 5G will lead to 24/7 mandatory radiation of the entire population.”

Below is my email on the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe. In a nutshell: ‘the Assembly strongly recommends that the ALARA (as low as reasonably achievable) principle is applied, covering both the so-called thermal effects and the athermic or biological effects of electromagnetic emissions or radiation. Moreover, the precautionary principle should be applied when scientific evaluation does not allow the risk to be determined with sufficient certainty….  The Assembly regrets that, despite calls for the respect of the precautionary principle and despite all the recommendations, declarations and a number of statutory and legislative advances, there is still a lack of reaction to known or emerging environmental and health risks and virtually systematic delays in adopting and implementing effective preventive measures. … recommend the use of wired, fixed telephones at home or, failing that, models which do not permanently emit pulse waves; …  for children in general, and particularly in schools and classrooms, give preference to wired Internet connections … PAY HEED TO AND PROTECT ”EARLY WARNING” SCIENTISTS; … formulate a human-rights-oriented definition of the precautionary and ALARA principles

As Professor Emeritus, Dr Martin Pall has said: ”.. we’re currently running as fast as we can in exactly the wrong direction.”

I might be one small voice, but this one small voice has a huge body of science validating its case.

Once again, thanks for your time.

Kind regards,

Fwd…
To: WRAGG, William <william.wragg.mp@parliament.uk>norman.lamb.mp@parliament.ukJeremy.wright.mp@parliament.ukmatt.hancock.mp@parliament.uk,commonsleader@cabinetoffice.gov.uk

Dear William,

the role of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) is to uphold human rights, democracy and the rule of law. The following is taken from the Parliamentary Assembly’s 2011 (late 3G era) Resolution: ‘The potential dangers of electromagnetic fields and their effect on the environment’, Resolution 1815 (27th May 2011) Final version:

 5.    As regards standards or threshold values for emissions of electromagnetic fields of all types and frequencies,the Assembly strongly recommends that the ALARA (as low as reasonably achievable) principle is applied, covering both the so-called thermal effects and the athermic or biological effects of electromagnetic emissions or radiation. Moreover, the precautionary principle should be applied when scientific evaluation does not allow the risk to be determined with sufficient certainty. Given the context of growing exposure of the population, in particular that of vulnerable groups such as young people and children, there could be extremely high human and economic costs if early warnings are neglected.’
6.    The Assembly regrets that, despite calls for the respect of the precautionary principle and despite all the recommendations, declarations and a number of statutory and legislative advances, there is still a lack of reaction to known or emerging environmental and health risks and virtually systematic delays in adopting and implementing effective preventive measures. Waiting for high levels of scientific and clinical proof before taking action to prevent well-known risks can lead to very high health and economic costs, as was the case with asbestos, leaded petrol and tobacco.
7.    …  It therefore highlights that the issue of independence and credibility of scientific expertise is crucial to accomplish a transparent and balanced assessment of potential negative impacts on the environment and human health.
8.1.1.    take all reasonable measures to reduce exposure to electromagnetic fields, especially to radio frequencies from mobile phones, and particularly the exposure to children and young people who seem to be most at risk from head tumours;


8.1.2.    reconsider the scientific basis for the present standards on exposure to electromagnetic fields set by the International Commission on Non-Ionising Radiation Protection, which have serious limitations, and apply ALARA principles, covering both thermal effects and the athermic or biological effects of electromagnetic emissions or radiation;

8.2.1.    set preventive thresholds for levels of long-term exposure to microwaves in all indoor areas, in accordance with the precautionary principle, not exceeding 0.6 volts per metre, and in the medium term to reduce it to 0.2 volts per metre;

8.2.4.    … recommend the use of wired, fixed telephones at home or, failing that, models which do not permanently emit pulse waves;

8.3.2.    for children in general, and particularly in schools and classrooms, give preference to wired Internet connections, and strictly regulate the use of mobile phones by schoolchildren on school premises;

8.4.3.    reduce threshold values for relay antennae in accordance with the ALARA principle and install systems for comprehensive and continuous monitoring of all antennae;


8.4.4.    determine the sites of any new GSM, UMTS, WiFi or WIMAX antennae not solely according to the operators’ interests but in consultation with local and regional government authorities, local residents and associations of concerned citizens;

8.5.3.    PAY HEED TO AND PROTECT ”EARLY WARNING” SCIENTISTS;

8.5.4.    formulate a human-rights-oriented definition of the precautionary and ALARA principles;

8.5.5.    increase public funding of independent research, in particular through grants from industry and taxation of products that are the subject of public research studies to evaluate health risks;

On the cusp of ‘the 5G future’ and the saturation of the planet in 5G frequencies, one could remark that these dedicated defenders of human rights, democracy and the rule of law may as well have stayed at home on 27th May 2011.

with kindest regards,

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