Electrical Industry operatives embedded within our health agencies ensure that allowable exposure levels to Electromagnetic Radiation remain dangerously high. Consequently regulations are more for the protection of corporations from citizen actions than to actually protect citizens from harm. This situation has destroyed the credibility of our health officials.
In Canada, the creation of rules and guidelines pertaining to the protection of public health fall under provincial jurisdiction. Provincial ministries of health rely on the recommendations of their respective chief medical health officers for setting regulations allegedly to protect the public from harm. For example, each province has different regulations to limit public exposure to the toxic substances in cigarette smoke. They could also limit the public’s exposure to the toxic energy emitted from Electromagnetic (EM) Radiation-producing devices such as wireless internet, cordless and cellular telephone systems, baby monitors etc, if they chose to do so.
The setting more protective exposure limits could be based upon the thousands of scientific studies that show that everyday levels of exposure to EM Radiation is causing illness. But our health ministries refuse to do so. This article is about how our B.C. Chief Medical Health Officer has been able to dodge this responsibility, aided and abetted by individuals in Health Canada, in the World Health Organization, and in the international standard setting agencies, all to the benefit of the electrical industry.
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Failure of governments to do adequate research into independent scientific findings results in their relying largely on carefully-selected studies funded by the only entities paying for studies in North America – those corporate advisors that have stood to gain vast advantages from keeping allowable limits high, all at the expense of declining public health.
Below I have listed some of the individuals involved in keeping biologically based EM Radiation exposure regulations from being established in Canada.
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