RT’s Abby Martin sounds the alarm on the dangers of Smart Meters

If learning about Germany’s recent decision to reject the EU’s Smart Meter scam wasn’t enough for you, wait until you hear what Russia Today’s Abby Martin has to say about it.

  1. In 2008, the International Commission for Electromagnetic Safety (ICEMS) called for global application of the Precautionary Principle saying: “world’s Exposure Limits are “inadequate” as only thermal effects are considered (referring to those of Health Canada, WHO, ICNIRP, IEEE and FCC.) and went on to say:”A global application of the Precautionary Principle is required and additional protection is needed for pregnancy, newborns, children and elderly people.” It was signed by 56 world-class scientists from 16 countries) http://www.icems.eu/resolution.htm

    Precautionary Principle. There is no one definition, but in general, it means that until more is known about the real dangers of chronic exposure to low-level, non-thermal pulsed microwave radiation, “Where there is a potential threat to human health or the environment, lack of full scientific certainty shall not be used as a reason for postponing cost effective measures to prevent harm to human health or the environment.’ This principle, has been incorporated into law in a number of European countries and currently is being explored by the Canadian government, http://www.opha.on.ca/What%20We%20Do/Position%20Papers/papers/2003-02_pp.pdf

    The BioInitiative 2007 Report was the most authoritative, independent, science-based report in the world on the effects of non-ionizing radiation. It is a 650-page document authored by 20 scientists, doctors and health care specialists from five countries. It involved the review of more than 2,000 studies which linked RF and EMR to cancer, Alzheimer’s disease, DNA damage, immune system dysfunction, cellular damage and tissue reduction. Ultimately, it recommended all countries of the world to immediately reduce Exposure Limits to 0.01 µW/cm2. For Canada to comply, would require a reduction of 10,000 times! http://www.globalresearch.ca/PrintArticle.php?artcleld=31816 http://international-emf-alliance.org/index.php/appeal

    Lyon, France, May 31, 2011 ‐‐ The WHO/International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) has classified radiofrequency electromagnetic fields as “possibly carcinogenic to humans (Group 2B),” based on an increased risk for glioma, a malignant type of brain cancer1, associated with wireless phone use.

    The BioInitiative 2012 Report, released world-wide in January, 2013, is now recognized by Non-industry funded scientists as the most authoritative, independent, science-based report on the harmful effects of non-thermal non-ionizing radiation. Authored by 29 eminent scientists (including Russia’s Prof. Yurij Grigoriev and Sweden’s Prof. Olle Johanssen) and health experts from 10 countries reviewed an additional 1800 studies and concluded, in part, that:
    a) EMR is a human carcinogen;
    b) powerline EMF is a “Known carcinogen.” and,
    c) all countries are urged to reduce their Exposure Limits to 0.3 to 0.6 nW/cm2, which would require Health Canada to reduce Safety Code 6 Limits by and astonishing 3-6 million times! http://www.bioinitiative.org Still Health Canada does nothing!

    Dr. Glaser (Ph.D.), the former head of the U.S. Navy Microwave Laboratory and subsequently with the FDA, a key American scientist who was asked by the Canadian government to review Safety Code 6 when it was initially written. He recently spoke to Rodney Palmer of the Safe School Committee who asked him what he thought when he, Dr. Glaser, learned that Health Canada assured Canadians microwave radiation from Wi-Fi is ‘safe’ for children? He said, “They’re wrong: “They’re either giving you partial information, or they’re giving you misinformation. Because there is scientific consensus that microwaves cause biological effects. There is scientific consensus that children are more vulnerable. And there is no evidence whatsoever that it is safe for children. That is no foundation on which to declare something is safe.” http://www.safeschool.ca/Health_Canada.html

  2. Give the Precautionary Principle balls! There needs to be a law binding governments and the
    mobile industry to it.

  3. Don’t Smart Metre me. If people want them they will ask for them. I don’t want one. Leave me alone. I am NOT consenting to a smart metre. Be gone!