In a true free and democratic society, petitions can be an effective tool to bring about change in policy. However, we are far from a free and democratic society. So all these petitions do is create a false of democracy and the illusion of actually doing something. In Canada recently, the only time a petition was accepted when there was a political agenda for the petition: e-411 anti-Islamophobia petition with 69,742 signatures that led to the notorious M-103.
Many Canadians are either ignorant through mainstream programming or in denial about the state of things. That is why we have seen people who still think writing your MP or signing a petition will have an impact. They are so conditioned and beaten down, they are afraid to stand up to the systemic corruption, and instead they resort to begging and pleading on death ears. Such is the pathetic, miserable state of things in Canada.
In post image and two images below, we see the same thing occurring in the United Kingdom. In this example, a petition on a moratorium on 5G, which incidentally NCA supports in principle, attains 51,298 signatures after 6 months. The U.K. government dismisses the petition by referring to the standards of an international organization (ICNIRP) that is part of the telecommunication industry. And if that is not bad enough, the government then says if you reached 100,000 signatures, then the petition “may be considered for debate.” You see… there is no legislation that requires a government to debate a petition let a lone act on it.
Well NCA did some research: the International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP) a 13-member, non-government private group, has ignored non-thermal EMF radiation, while set the standard for thermal EMF radiation so high it will never be reached. (The ICNIRP standards are similar to Health Canada).
“A study by Starkey in 2016 shows that there are a number of important points in these ICNIRP guidelines that are not right. Forty studies demonstrating DNA damage are missing, 40 studies showing that electromagnetic radiation produces free radicals in the body are missing, and 22 studies demonstrating effects on male fertility. It also emerges that the members of ICNIRP have various conflicts of interest.
The ICNIRP standards are mainly based on acute warming effects, with more than one degree of temperature increase. By now, in several thousand studies, biological effects such as DNA damage have been demonstrated to occur at exposure levels far below these standards.
“In conclusion, this article demonstrates that the EU has given mandate to a 13‑member, non‑governmental private group, the ICNIRP, to decide upon the RF radiation guidelines. The ICNIRP, as well as SCENIHR, are well shown not to use the sound evaluation of science on the detrimental effects of RF radiation, which is documented in the research … These two small organizations are producing reports which seem to deny the existence of scientific published reports on the related risks.” – Appeals that matter or not on a moratorium on the deployment of the fifth generation, 5G, for microwave radiation, L. Hardell & R. Nyberg, MOLECULAR AND CLINICAL ONCOLOGY, 3 Jan 2020…”
“29. The rapporteur underlines in this context that it is most curious, to say the least, that the applicable official threshold values for limiting the health impact of extremely low frequency electromagnetic fields and high frequency waves were drawn up and proposed to international political institutions (WHO, European Commission, governments) by the ICNIRP, an NGO whose origin and structure are none too clear and which is furthermore suspected of having rather close links with the industries whose expansion is shaped by recommendations for maximum threshold values for the different frequencies of electromagnetic fields.
30. If most governments and safety agencies have merely contented themselves with replicating and adopting the safety recommendations advocated by the ICNIRP, this has essentially been for two reasons:
in order not to impede the expansion of these new technologies with their promise of economic growth, technological progress and job creation;
and also because the political decision-makers unfortunately still have little involvement in matters of assessing technological risks for the environment and health.
The ICNIRP Cartel and the 5G Mass Experiment – Joel M. Moskowitz, Ph.D., Director of Center for Family and Community Health, School of Public Health, University of California, Berkeley”
“The SBM-2015 is the Standard of Building Biology Measurement Technique version 2015. Since 1992, this standard has been drawn up by German experts, pioneers in the field of building biology, who focus on healthy building and living.
The SBM2015 is intended to be a directive, and should not be confused with the official exposure limits based on ICNIRP, which are thousands of times higher.”
“The above SBM Guidelines are recommended by the Austrian Medical Chamber (Ärtztekammer ÖÄK) ‘irrespective of the much higher official ICNIRP exposure limits for direct effects’. ÖÄK legally represents the professional, social and economic interests of all Austrian doctors. See the 2012 OÄK Directive for diagnosis and treatment of health problems and diseases related to electromagnetic radiation (page 9). The Austrian Medical Chamber, together with the telecom industry and one of the largest health insurers (AUVA), has also drawn up a directive for the installation of broadcasting installations (October 2014).”
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National Citizens Alliance, a registered federal political party, sees through the systemic corruption, and we are deeply concerned at the potentially serious health and privacy concerns from 5G deployment. Consequently, we support an immediate moratorium on 5G deployment to address these concerns through independent science.
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