Out of concern for the public’s health and safety, U.S. physicians created a website for safe technology in December 2017, which states, in part: “We are physicians and professionals whose mission is to provide trusted leadership in promoting healthy environments through the safer use of technology.”
It is only a matter of time until B.C. physicians do so as well. Incomprehensibly, the previous BC Liberal government allowed Telus to install in cancer clinics, hospitals, nursing homes, doctor’s offices, etc., entire suites of microwave radiation-spewing wireless technology, e.g., Wi-Fi routers, cell phones, cordless phones, Bluetooth headsets, tablet and laptop computers, ‘smart’ meters, etc. This travesty is possible only because:
A) mainstream news media chooses to remain largely silent on this whole despicable issue, as it has for the past 50-plus years.
B) Health Canada, over the same 50-plus years, has allowed itself to be ‘captured’ by the wireless telecommunications companies.
All of today’s wireless products/gadgets – even baby monitors and ‘smart’ meters – emit low-level, pulsed ‘non-thermal’ electromagnetic radiation (EMR), which scientists, globally, have known for decades is hazardous to humans and other life forms.
Health Canada refuses to recognize that there is a condition known globally as electro-hypersensitivity or “EHS” which is recognized in many countries of the world.
EMR exposure is regulated in Health Canada’s Safety Code 6 (SC6). SC6 is a lie and a deliberate attempt to deceive the public. SC6 recognizes ONLY the thermal effects of EMR. This enables industry to “flood” the market, as it continues to do, with extremely profitable but hazardous wireless devices/products – which emit unnatural, pulsed non-thermal microwave radiation.
B.C.’s provincial health officer and members of BC Centre for Disease Control appear to lack the requisite academic credentials and expertise needed to stand up to and reject anything on Health Canada’s EMR position and guideline. Knowing this, the following is absolutely frightening to those who understand what this portends.
In 2011, B.C.’s provincial government signed a 10-year, $100-million/year contract with TELUS for the latter to upgrade B.C.’s telecommunications (hard-wired and wireless), specifically identifying all six regional health authorities. In view of the above points, this has enabled TELUS to install wireless technology as and where it wants. Pulsed microwave emitting wireless technology in cancer clinics? How downright cruel and heartless is this?
Hans Karow, Penticton