Archive for April, 2016

Cellphone towers are popping up more and more, but not everyone wants one in their backyard. So now, carriers are getting creative — call it divine service. Churches are now allowing cell towers disguised as crosses and bell towers to be put on their property. They get between $1500-5000 a month for this…. and a good dose of radiation (that’s the bonus)… watch the video (after the commercial)

http://www.wesh.com/news/another-cellphone-tower-disguised-as-cross-nearly-finished/37092812

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no wifi“City of Haifa announced it ordered to DISCONNECT Wi-Fi from schools
This is truly a Breakthrough  – The City of Haifa in Israel announced that it is removing Wi-Fi from schools. This was announced by the mayor, Yona Yahav, who said that “When there is a doubt, when it comes to our children, there is no doubt”. He ordered to have all the Wi-Fi disconnected immediately and to start and put wired Internet instead! I guess the definite tone of the tv documentary that aired this week about Electro-Sensitivity and wireless

“HOW WE ARE KILLING OURSELVES –  WIRELESS RADIATION”and the buzz it created helped the city to make the final decision. I believe that now that one city decided to stop WI-Fi the trend will continue and will reverse the pro wi-fi trend. Hope other cities will join. Haifa is the 3rd largest city in Israel”
-Dafna Tachover,

Attorney (NY, Israel), MBA

About Smart Meters. An investigation of smart meter tobacco scientist health expert Peter Valberg, who testified before the Worcester Zoning Board of Appeals concerning the safety of an antenna in the National Grid smart meter pilot program. Valberg also testified for the MA Dept. of Public Utilities to override citizen health complaints. This video has been submitted to the MA Attorney General, calling for an investigation of the Worcester pilot and the DPU mandate.

The Video talks about Valberg in MA around minute 11.

http://www.wccatv.com/video/about-smart-meters/ABOUTSMARTMETERS53

BUENOS AIRES: Argentina seeks a federal law against electromagnetic pollution (28-MAR-2016)

Bill limits maximum levels of radiation and mandates wired connections in schools and hospitals. Siting of transmitters will require public consultation. Mercedes Party members behind the scenes.

“In Argentina’s House of Representatives, a bill was introduced to prevent, reduce, control and impose penalties on electromagnetic pollution. Called “Minimum premises for prevention and control of electromagnetic pollution”, it was introduced by Representative Gabriela Trioano and co-sponsored by Carlos Rubín, Diana Conti and Carolina Gailard. It is supported by many NGOs, unions and neighborhood organizations.”

English translation courtesy of Google: http://bit.ly/201DhRM