Are iPads safe in the laps of school children? Why are women getting BREAST CANCER from keeping cell phones in their bras?


FULLERTON SCHOOL DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENT ROBERT PLETKA SAYS THAT THE WIRELESS CLASSROOMS ARE “… TOTALLY SAFE FOR THE CHILDREN.”

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Fullerton School District Superintendent Robert Pletka

IS HE OUT OF HIS MIND? DOES HE KNOW BETTER THAN THESE FOLKS? http://wifiinschools.com/lausd-testimony.html

SAY WHAT? http://ehtrust.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/Schools-and-Wireless-and-Health-EHT-Preliminary-DraftAugust-2014.pdf

SO NOW THE MILLION DOLLAR QUESTION: ARE WOMEN GETTING BREAST CANCER FROM CARRYING THEIR CELL PHONES IN THEIR BRAS? 

If soft tissue cancer results from wireless cell phone microwave exposure, what do we make of this wireless iPad microwave exposure?

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A FULLERTON SCHOOL DISTRICT PUPIL  IN ONE OF ROBERT PLETKA’S WIRELESS CLASSROOMS. THIS CHILD HAS A MICROWAVE TRANSMITTER IN HIS LAP WITH THE ANTENNA RIGHT ON HIS ZIPPER.

Fullerton School District Superintenedent Robert Pletka.

Fullerton School District Superintendent Robert Pletka. “Your request that the district turn off wireless connectivity and remove IPads from your children’s respective classrooms….is respectfully DENIED.” 11-1-2013 letter to Joe Imbriano

HE CHOOSES TO IGNORE SCIENTIFIC STUDIES THAT WARN AGAINST WHAT HE IS FORCING ON THE STUDENTS

Robert Singer Ph.D.

Robert Singer Ph.D. FJUHSD Trustee VOTED TO INSTALL WIRELESS SYSTEMS IN ALL THE HIGH SCHOOLS

ROBERT SINGER, Ph.D., IGNORED REPEATED SAFETY CONCERNS WHEN THE DECISION WAS MADE INSTALL WIRELESS THROUGHOUT THE ENTIRE F.J.U.H.S.D

Meanwhile, back home on the range for the most vulnerable segment of our student population here in town, the K-8 students, The Fullerton School District under Superintendent Robert Pletka’s watch is GOING WIRELESS ALL THE WAY DOWN TO KINDERGARTEN.

https://thefullertoninformer.com/looky-here-ladies-and-gentlemen-the-devils-in-the-details/

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IPADS EMIT MORE MICROWAVE RADIATION THAN CELL PHONES

Dr Dariusz Leszczynski, Adjunct Professor, Division of Biochemistry and Biotechnology at the University of Helsinki and a member of a working group of 31 scientists from 14 countries constituted by World Health Organization (WHO) that classified cellphone radiation as possibly carcinogenic, in conversation with Maitri Porecha, reveals how leading cell phone operators and manufacturers are withdrawing funding for research, leading to closing down of laboratories studying effects of radio-frequency electromagnetic fields as emitted by wireless devices, cellphones and cell towers

http://www.dnaindia.com/scitech/report-use-of-cell-phones-increases-cancer-risk-2011557

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Is this what you signed your kids up for gang? They might as well just put a cell tower in the room.

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WHATS THE DIFFERENCE? -these transmitters are up in the air, and in the classrooms, the transmitters are between their legs.

Fullerton has quite the establishment folks. Its roots runs deep and dark in my opinion. It involves the schools, the city hall crowd, the FPD and even some of the wanna be big timers who play church on Sundays.

In 2 weeks, 8000 more iPads will be going into the laps of Fullerton school children. Everyone is all in.

Fullerton’s Praetorian guard. In 2 weeks, 8000 more iPads will be going into the laps of Fullerton school children forcing 8000 households to install wireless connectivity so that they can do their homework.

The player's club. Anyone want to join?

The player’s club. Anyone want to join?

She is a little shy

She is a little shy

Come and knock on our door, we've been waiting for you... Whoa Doug, your the man-wireless technology- "..It is great for the children.."

Come and knock on our door, we’ve been waiting for you… Whoa Doug, your the man-wireless technology- “..It is great for the children..”

I believe the children of those who value their wallets over their own flesh and blood will soon learn the hard way. Their parents ignored the fact that the jury on wireless has been in for decades. The verdict was found to be comprised of cancer, ADHD, autism and infertility. Check out these women who are along for the ride:

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Fullerton Council woman Jennifer Fitzgerald– Voted yes on the 4000 watt cell tower next to a school and voted yes for a homeless shelter next to a school. On school forced wireless exposure-” I don’t agree with your assertions”

TOO BAD THESE ARE NOT MY ASSERTIONS- http://ehtrust.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/Schools-and-Wireless-and-Health-EHT-Preliminary-DraftAugust-2014.pdf

https://thefullertoninformer.com/fullertons-newest-cell-tower-in-richman-park

Fitzgerald she needs to spend a little less time at the hair salon and devote a lot more time to dealing with reality.

Hilda Sugarman, a member of the Fullerton School District Board of Trustees, “My vision: Every single child will have one 24/7

Hilda Sugarman, Fullerton School District  Trustee on iPads,
“My vision: Every single child will have one 24/7″-this one is too far gone to reason with

https://thefullertoninformer.com/hilda-sugarmans-dystopic-vision-of-wireless-ipads-every-single-child-will-have-one-247/

Jennifer Fitzgerald, Doug Chaffee and Jan Flory all voted to put a 4000 watt cell tower right on top of a community health clinic next to a school last night with Robert Pletka’s blessing. Yes it is one big happy party for these deniers.

I motion to post the ATT report on our website-Potius Pilate

Fullerton Councilwoman Jan Flory voted to place a 4000 watt cell tower next to a school and voted to place a homeless shelter next to a school. “I move the motion to post the ATT report on our website and approve the cell tower”-Pontius Pilate

Where is the flag? I feel a draft.

Fullerton councilman Doug Chafeee “Your three minutes are up…” Where is the flag? I feel a draft. The tower is approved. I don’t understand radio waves  and microwaves but I will vote to stick this 4000 watt antenna array right on top of a community health clinic in a park next to a school because I am up for re-election and I don’t want to be associated with the tin foil hat brigade. I just want to cozy up with my establishment cronies and union hacks. Just get me over to the arboretum.

How much again?

Jennifer Fitzgerald-Curt Pringle’s Pride.How much does the city get for the tower lease again?

I wonder what Hughes is thinking while he poses for photo ops with Pletka? What does Hughes and Fitzgerald think when they send their daughters off to be irradiated at school everyday while they pretend to ignore the wireless discussion every other Tuesday night on this issue? What’s for lunch or probably nothing as that would explain their behavior. What about the five F.S.D.  board members that are connected at the hips to each of these establishment deniers?

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JANNY MEYER Fullerton School District Trustee who is up for re election- also member of the board of the technology foundation-NO COMMENT-she just smiles at everything.

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BEVERLY BERRYMAN Fullerton School District Trustee . “Thank you for forwarding this information to me. I am attempting to understand all of the data, not being a scientist, it is pretty complicated. I am continuing to follow up to ensure that we are doing what we need to do in researching the issues that you have and I know that our superintendent has been communicating with you regarding the progress of the testing. I do understand your passion for this topic and do appreciate your concern. I want you to know that even though I do not comment back in the board meetings, your concerns are being heard.”

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LYNNE THORNLEY Fullerton School District Trustee. NO COMMENT of course

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CHRIS THOMPSON Fullerton School District Trustee. I wonder what Joe is here to talk about tonight? “….

 

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HILDA SUGARMAN Fullerton School District Trustee and board member of the technology foundation. NO COMMENT as would be expected

– See more on these five at:https://thefullertoninformer.com/the-fullerton-five/

Cognitive dissonance in this town has quite the high price, seemingly having  no end and apparently knowing no limits after thousands of studies have been presented to and ignored by these people warning against what is being done to your children.

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Why do wireless and microwaves always get a pass? Did it ever occur to any of you as to why we have this explosion of  Down Syndrome babies born to very young mothers today? How about Testicular Cancer in young men from the cell phones in their pockets, wireless laptops, tablets and gaming controllers in their laps, Prostate Cancer in young men,  Autism, ADHD in our young children, Infertility in our young men and women, Atrial Fibrillation  in our parents, heart murmers arising out of nowhere in our children, kids dropping dead at school, bizarre rheumatic conditions and all the other forms of  Cancer today? Close your eyes and pretend this is all a conspiracy theory while the emission levels go off the charts all around us. This stuff is not natural and is trillions of times the normal background levels. Wake up.

When Federal Legislation is written to forcibly irradiate you and your children with categorical exemptions for cellular infrastructure jammed down our leaders throats, the last thing we need is ill informed, spineless lackeys and educrats making health decisions for you and your children in areas where there are no categorical exemptions like classrooms.

I wonder if It ever occurred to any of these reprehensatives that this is a decision well above their pay grade as well as their intellect and has been placed there by design replete with 1st and 10th amendment violations just for good measure as icing on the cake. I wonder where we would be today if the same pass that wireless is being given was given to DDT, tobacco, asbestos, dioxin, mercury, BPA or any other loving compound? I wonder. Yeah the government never lies and scientists would never serve up results catered to order.

Folks that is exactly what we have and you are all going along for the ride. So why do they roll the dice with your kids?

The welcome wagon was rolling nice and smoothly for a feel good time and happy party over at EV Free last Friday for all the accessories to the forced irradiation of 14,000 school children in the FSD with FSD and FPD top brass as well as  hack council members that have demonstrated their total willful ignorance of this issue .

Pletka's in the pulpit at EV Free

Pletka’s in the pulpit at EV Free

Well, I wonder if any of these cats opened The Word to 1 Timothy 6:10 that was staring them in the face on the back of the pew at their little shin dig last week.

I prefer the King James Translation over the New American Standard-

So why do they roll the dice with your kids again?

 THE LOVE OF MONEY IS THE ROOT OF ALL EVIL.

In closing, I have been asked to please share this letter with the world .

An Open Letter from Traci Frantz On Cell Phone Safety


My name is Traci Frantz and I live in Strasburg, Pennsylvania. On January 4, 2012 my
daughter, Tiffany, was diagnosed (in Lancaster, PA) with Invasive Ductal Carcinoma in her left breast.
Tiffany submitted to genetic testing and, as a family, we underwent genetic counseling. Genetic tests
including BRCA1, BRCA2 and TP53 tested negative. Therefore, there is no genetic pre­disposition to
breast cancer. However, Tiffany stored her cell phone in her bra (against her bare skin) for at least 5
years, every day, all day (12 hours/day) and the masses that were found lined up exactly with where she
stored her cell phone.
By November of 2012, Tiffany had a left mastectomy, radiation therapy and reconstructive
surgeries (at Hopkins) and we were convinced that the cancer had been removed and obliterated by 6
weeks of radiation therapy. However, in March of 2013 it was discovered via PET scan and MRI (in
Lancaster, PA) that Tiffany’s breast cancer had metastasized to her hip, pelvis, spine, sternum and
skull. Tiffany underwent surgery to insert a plate into her left hip as a stabilizer and 2 weeks of radiation
to treat the tumor that was quite sizeable. She currently is undergoing monthly Zometa IV treatments
(for 2 years) and daily Tamoxifen treatments (for 5 years).
We most recently (June 2014) have been informed that according to her latest PET scan, her
cancer has metastasized to her liver.
The wording that is being advocated for is already in the owner’s manual which no one takes the
time to read. Cell phone manufacturers KNOW there is a danger otherwise they would not include it in
their verbage. We are only asking for it to be better seen by the consumer at the point of sale for the
sole purpose of heeding caution and for nothing more. Have you and your family taken the time to read
your owner’s manual? Have you and your family heeded the advice your cell phone manufacturer
recommends?
I WISH there would have been a warning on the outside of the box for ALL of us to read ­
My daughter may not have to fight for her life if it were!!!


Traci Frantz

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PARENTAL COGNITIVE DISSONANCE DEFINED. To the fool, the ultimate way to electronically babysit while you all wine a bit.  I am telling you, your children are gonna lose it all.

What do you think these devices are doing to your daughters’ eggs ladies and gentlemen? What about your sons’ reproductive organs? I believe that there are no accidents here gang. I believe that this is all being done on purpose. They are jamming wireless down your throats and up your backsides. 

BREAK YOUR CONDITIONING FOLKS.

https://thefullertoninformer.com/the-inconvenient-truth-of-the-wireless-agenda/.

https://thefullertoninformer.com/the-wireless-agenda-purloining-their-fecundity-the-next-generation-betrayed-enslaved-and-ending-up-depraved/

YOUR ENTIRE LINEAGE IS ON THE LINE

  1. #1 by Anonymous on August 20, 2014 - 11:35 am

    Joe, you got brains and brass balls. You need to run for office.

  2. #2 by Diane H on August 20, 2014 - 5:10 pm

    All of the information that was sent and presented to Mss. Flory and Fitzgerald and Mr. Chaffee, and they vote as if they ignored ALL OF IT! It was information that they are in no position to refute. They remind me of empty-headed bureaucrats. That would be okay if they were only impacting their lives, but they are entrusted to make decisions for thousands of people in Fullerton.

    Is everyone in the Richman Park neighborhood ready for the cancer rates to skyrocket as they did in all the studies as presented by Dr. Dart to the Oregon State House of Representatives Committee on Health?

    These were sent to Mss. Flory and Fitzgerald and Mr. Chaffee: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E-nYxZHak6I

  3. #3 by Jgarrison on August 20, 2014 - 6:58 pm

    Thompson, Berryman, Thornley, Sugarman, Meyer and Flory, Fitzgerald, Chaffee ===> they have all locked arms on this against the FSD children and Richman Park neighborhood.

    Their mutual allegiance to one another is more sacred to them than the dire consequences that will impact their victims. They don’t care that people will be hurt and some die. You can’t say otherwise because they have been presented the death statistics and they ignore and proceed.

    • #4 by Mark Powell on August 24, 2014 - 7:02 pm

      Did Chris Thompson really ignore the concerns of a cell tower at an after school athletic field and next to an elementary school?

      If that’s true. I am DEEPLY disappointed in his lack of moral compass.

      I seriously wouldn’t have EVER thought of Chris being in cahoots with those people mentioned?

      • #5 by Thompson's silence on August 24, 2014 - 11:02 pm

        Well?

        • #6 by Mark Powell on August 24, 2014 - 11:27 pm

          Chris silent?

          Please!

      • #7 by Jgarrison on August 25, 2014 - 10:20 am

        Over the last year and a half, Mr. Thompson has been presented with the scientific evidence. Yes, they are ALL ignoring it.

        As a friend to Mr. Thompson, Joe was deeply disappointed in Chris, as well.

  4. #8 by Who cares about cognitive drawbacks? on August 20, 2014 - 8:59 pm

    “Cognitive drawbacks”? Who cares what the research stats say? Schools do what they want, regardless. It doesn’t matter if it doesn’t make sense, the school machine, including iPad program marches on . . . .

    The New York Times @nytimes · Aug 16
    New research suggests there may be cognitive drawbacks to reading on a screen
    http://nyti.ms/1sJEgZw pic.twitter.com/UvMNnIkakp

  5. #9 by Mary on August 20, 2014 - 10:44 pm

    Share this letter with the world please.

    An Open Letter from Traci Frantz On Cell Phone Safety
    My name is Traci Frantz and I live in Strasburg, Pennsylvania. On January 4, 2012 my
    daughter, Tiffany, was diagnosed (in Lancaster, PA) with Invasive Ductal Carcinoma in her left breast.
    Tiffany submitted to genetic testing and, as a family, we underwent genetic counseling. Genetic tests
    including BRCA1, BRCA2 and TP53 tested negative. Therefore, there is no genetic pre­disposition to
    breast cancer. However, Tiffany stored her cell phone in her bra (against her bare skin) for at least 5
    years, every day, all day (12 hours/day) and the masses that were found lined up exactly with where she
    stored her cell phone.
    By November of 2012, Tiffany had a left mastectomy, radiation therapy and reconstructive
    surgeries (at Hopkins) and we were convinced that the cancer had been removed and obliterated by 6
    weeks of radiation therapy. However, in March of 2013 it was discovered via PET scan and MRI (in
    Lancaster, PA) that Tiffany’s breast cancer had metastasized to her hip, pelvis, spine, sternum and
    skull. Tiffany underwent surgery to insert a plate into her left hip as a stabilizer and 2 weeks of radiation
    to treat the tumor that was quite sizeable. She currently is undergoing monthly Zometa IV treatments
    (for 2 years) and daily Tamoxifen treatments (for 5 years).
    We most recently (June 2014) have been informed that according to her latest PET scan, her
    cancer has metastasized to her liver.
    The wording that is being advocated for is already in the owner’s manual which no one takes the
    time to read. Cell phone manufacturers KNOW there is a danger otherwise they would not include it in
    their verbage. We are only asking for it to be better seen by the consumer at the point of sale for the
    sole purpose of heeding caution and for nothing more. Have you and your family taken the time to read
    your owner’s manual? Have you and your family heeded the advice your cell phone manufacturer
    recommends?
    I WISH there would have been a warning on the outside of the box for ALL of us to read ­
    My daughter may not have to fight for her life if it were!!!
    ­ Traci Frantz

    • #10 by Joe Imbriano on August 20, 2014 - 11:09 pm

      Thank you for that Mary. I have added it to the body of the article.

  6. #11 by Anonymous on August 20, 2014 - 11:16 pm

    http://www.ktvu.com/news/news/special-reports/doctors-warn-breast-cancer-link-keeping-cell-phone/nS57R/

    Donna Jaynes got breast cancer at 39. Her family also no had risk factors for cancer. Her doctor showed KTVU the dots where her tumors developed just a half an inch beneath her skin.
    “All in this area right here, which is where I tucked my cellphone,” said Jaynes. She said she did just that for ten years. She had a mastectomy.
    “I thought cellphones were safe. I was under the impression that they were,” said Jaynes.
    Breast surgeon Lisa Bailey believes cellphone-related breast cancer may be common. But doctors rarely ask about phones.

  7. #12 by Joe Imbriano on August 20, 2014 - 11:45 pm

    — Forwarded message ———-
    From: joe imbriano
    Date: Wed, Aug 20, 2014 at 11:41 PM
    Subject: WIRELESS CLASSROOMS
    To: FullertonTF@gmail.com
    Cc: “info@thefullertoninformer.com” , Fullerton Observer , “GGIOKARIS@fjuhsd.net” , Robert Pletka

    https://thefullertoninformer.com/are-ipads-safe-in-the-laps-of-school-children-why-are-women-getting-breast-cancer-from-keeping-cell-phones-in-their-bras/

    Regards,

    Joe Imbriano

    site admin

    https://thefullertoninformer.com

    http://wifidangers.com

  8. #13 by Joe Imbriano on August 21, 2014 - 12:13 am

    ——— Forwarded message ———-
    From: joe imbriano
    Date: Thu, Aug 21, 2014 at 12:12 AM
    Subject: children’s safety in classrooms that utilize wirless devices
    To: haroldsullivan@fullertonsd.org

    Please read this. The health and safety of all of the students is your responsibilty. Thank you.

    https://thefullertoninformer.com/are-ipads-safe-in-the-laps-of-school-children-why-are-women-getting-breast-cancer-from-keeping-cell-phones-in-their-bras/

    Joe Imbriano

    site admin

    thefullertoninformer.com

    wifidangers.com

  9. #14 by Joe Imbriano on August 21, 2014 - 6:27 am

    FCC: 98 Scientific Experts Demand Stronger Regulation of Cellphone Radiation

    Of the more than 950 submissions to the FCC regarding its outmoded, 18-year-old cell phone radiation regulations, almost all call for stronger regulation. Most cite research that finds cell phone radiation harmful to humans.

    PRLog – Aug. 4, 2014 – BERKELEY, Calif. — In response to the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) request for input regarding its radiofrequency radiation regulations adopted in 1996, more than 950 individuals and organizations submitted thousands of testimonials, research papers and scientific publications. Almost all of these submissions supported the need for stronger cell phone radiation regulations.

    The submissions included four resolutions signed by scientific experts who have published research on wireless radiation and health in scientific journals. These resolutions call on governments to issue stronger regulations on wireless radiation, especially cell phone radiation.

    The four declarations were signed by 98 scientists from 23 nations between 2002 and 2014. A list of the scientists who signed these petitions can be found on my Electromagnetic Radiation Safety web site at http://www.saferemr.com/ (“Part III: Why We Need Stronger Cell Phone Radiation Regulations–98 Scientific Experts Who Signed Resolutions”).

    In addition to these four resolutions, numerous individual experts submitted written testimony to the FCC calling for stronger regulation of cell phone radiation.

    With the exception of submissions from wireless industry corporations and associations, virtually all of the submissions to the FCC including those from various government agencies demand that the Federal government strengthen cell phone regulations to protect public health in the 21st century.

    Current regulatory standards only protect us from thermal or heating risks; yet, many hundreds of laboratory studies have found that low-intensity, non-thermal exposure to cell phone radiation can promote carcinogenic mechanisms. Moreover, research on humans has found that 25 years of mobile phone use is associated with a three-fold risk of brain cancer.

    The World Health Organization has classified cell phone radiation as “possibly carcinogenic” to humans, and the European Environmental Agency and fifteen nations have issued precautionary health warnings about cell phone radiation and recommendations on how to reduce risks. Nonetheless, the wireless industry in the U.S. has vigorously opposed precautionary health warnings. Furthermore, the wireless industry has lobbied to weaken the Federal cell phone radiation standards to correspond to those established by the International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP), a self-appointed, non-profit organization consisting of 13 voting members.

    I have posted to my Electromagnetic Radiation Safety web site a list of key submissions to the FCC that reflect the industry position as well as the experts’ testimony (“Part I: Why We Need Stronger Cell Phone Radiation Regulations–Key Testimony Submitted to the FCC”). Part I also contains links to the four expert resolutions.

    Part II contains links to published research papers, monographs and reports on wireless radiation and health that can be downloaded from the FCC’s website (“Part II: Why We Need Stronger Cell Phone Radiation Regulations–Key Research Papers Submitted to the FCC”).

    A publicly-available archive of all documents submitted to the FCC can be found at http://apps.fcc.gov/ecfs/comment_search/execute?proceedin….

    Joel M. Moskowitz, Ph.D.
    School of Public Health
    University of California, Berkeley

    Electromagnetic Radiation Safety
    http://www.saferemr.com/

    Media Contact
    Joel Moskowitz
    jmm@berkeley.edu

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  10. #15 by Ingrid on August 21, 2014 - 8:59 am

    If cell towers were so safe that you would be permitted to consider health effects when determining locations. The fact that you cannot should be pretty obvious that they don’t want any discussion for a reason.

    • #16 by Fitzgerald, Flory, & Chaffee on August 22, 2014 - 7:39 am

      You are absolutely correct. But, on Tuesday night, when the Fullerton City Council voted 3-2 to put a cell tower in Richman Park, there was only one on the council that commented on infringement of speech.
      Actually, that issue should have stopped them dead in their tracks from casting a yes vote. The 1996 Telecommunications Act, as it infringes on speech, is unconstitutional. The federal government was never delegated the right to infringe on speech and so the T Act should be challenged and struck down.
      What is really troubling is that the three, Fitzgerald, Flory, and Chaffee, after having been presented with a testimony before the Oregon State HOR, stating the extraordinary cancer rates and deaths in cell tower proximity VOTED YES!

      It is clear to me is that the three council people are putting some other interest before the health and welfare of children and residents in the Richman Park neighborhood. Fitzgerald, Flory, and Chaffee appear to me as some of the most anti-child, anti-community publicly elected officials I have ever come in contact with. All of the “We Love Fullerton” expressed can never overcome these council councilmembers’ voting records.

      • #17 by limosine liberals on August 22, 2014 - 6:21 pm

        Hey brother, pour the wine.

      • #18 by Mark Powell on August 22, 2014 - 9:49 pm

        Candidates that are seeking Chaffee’s City Council seat are you taking notes?

        Did you note that the funds generated for the lease of this cell tower were also re-directed from being distributed to the citys Parks and Recreation fund to the city of Fullerton’s general fund?

        I did.

  11. #19 by Anonymous on August 21, 2014 - 10:33 pm

    Joe, this was a really powerful write up. Do any of you remember that suit years ago regarding testicular cancer in law enforcement officials who rested radar guns on their laps? Now, police radar units are mounted outside the vehicle.

  12. #20 by Cardiac Specialist on August 24, 2014 - 11:44 am

    Please read the last sentence of the letter:

    Letter from Dr. Hugh Scully

    (Past-President of Ontario Medical Association, Past-President of Canadian
    Medical Association, Past-President of Canadian Cardiovascular Society.)

    As a physician leader in Canada with a great commitment to the health of Canadians, I am very concerned about the increasing evidence internationally that EMR is creating increasing health problems in our population as its use increases exponentially. This is particularly true among children and young Canadians, and teachers and nurses who are continuously exposed to WiFi routers in schools [and hospitals].

    As a cardiac specialist, I am concerned that approximately 20% of people have detrimental cardiac rhythm sensitivity to EMR.

    This issue is under active consideration by the Health and Public Policy Committee of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, the Health Policy and Public Health Committees of the Canadian Medical Association and the Council of Family Physicians of Canada, the Canadian Pediatric Society and the Canadian Cardiovascular Society.

    There is an abundance of evidence from around the world that EMR can be harmful to health. Many countries…not Canada or the United States…have initiated policies to mitigate the risks. We, in Canada, need to do the same or more.

    It is imperative that City of Toronto does not install WiFi’s in public parks and spaces. I ask you to vote against Councillor Matlow’s proposal.

    Sincerely,
    Dr. Hugh Scully, BA,MD,MSc,FRSC[C],FACS
    Professor of Surgery and Health Policy, University of Toronto, Past-President, OMA, CMA, CCS, Former Member of Council [Board], RCPSC and WMA, Member, Health Policy Advisory Council, American College of Surgeons

  13. #21 by Anonymous on August 24, 2014 - 10:17 pm

    This is a f+#$#@!@ nightmare. What the hell is worng with everybod?y

  14. #22 by Anonymous on August 25, 2014 - 5:07 am

    wouldn’t the metal underwire in bras act as an antenna and attract electromagnetic emissions like ben franklin with a metal key, golfer with a metal club etc. in a lightning storm?

    • #23 by Diane H on August 25, 2014 - 10:28 am

      Yes, and the metal braces in my son’s mouth.

      Imagine the classroom he was in, where there were 36 iPads and routers with as many access points.

      He is now in high school within the FJUHSD and they have the wisdom to HARDWIRE the computers.

      His class started using the iPads around Jan of this year. I started noticing he has mucous problems, sniffing A LOT. Do I know that environment caused that problem? No, I can’t say for sure but I know that is a symptom of microwave sickness.

      In my opinion, the school trustees that bring in the wireless classrooms are criminals.

      • #24 by astounded on August 25, 2014 - 11:39 am

        Why on earth would you allow your child in a school environment which you perceive as a threat to your child’s health? That makes no sense.

        • #25 by Diane H on August 25, 2014 - 3:26 pm

          Why on earth, is right.

          I did what I could by meeting with the Principal and showing him the evidence–he said he would get back to me and never did.

          I made the information available to the Superintendent of Orange County Diocese and requested a meeting with him to discuss the wireless they were bringing into the school. He would not meet with me. In his email reply was this: “A totally wired environment is not practical or authentic for today’s world.” How about these children getting sterilized, sick with cancer for the sake of “authentic”ity????

          I wrote the OC Bishop, Kevin Vann, and after I had already told them, in writing, that the superintendent would not meet with me, the Bishop’s office told me to contact the superintendent. If you ever think that, subsequent to uncovering the priest abuse of children, the Catholic Church would never do something like that again, I can say, unequivocally, that they can and ARE! I believe at some level(s) these wireless devices are sacred. There is no reasonable explanation for their turning their backs on this information and causing harm to the children.

          I contacted many of the parents by sending them letters from highly credentialed medical doctors and researchers to get their response to this information. These were from Harvard, Columbia, the American Academy of Environmental Medicine. Apparently, the information did not impress them enough to spur them to action. None of them joined up to demand the wireless be removed from their children’s classroom. I have cut off people I once considered good family friends over this issue.

          Back to how I could let my child in an environment which I “perceive as a threat.” If I were by myself and not having to make these decisions with a spouse, I would have pulled my child out of school last Fall. No hesitation with that. Since this decision is not mine, alone, my husband would never go along with such a move. It comes down to saving the family vs. the possibilities of what might happen to my son. That sounds terrible, but to preserve my sanity, I rationalized that my son’s exposure was maybe one time a week and limited to maybe one hour. That doesn’t mean he wasn’t injured by his exposure, just that when you compare it to the Fullerton School District classrooms, where they can have all day exposures, it didn’t come anywhere close to that. In that year and a half, I have pretty much eliminated all wireless, including dumb meters, game controllers, wireless computers/laptops, and router use. I keep forwarding information to my husband and children remembering that information must be spoon fed. Periodically, there are still eruptions about having to use wired. To say I feel horribly guilty about having my child in this environment is a wild understatement.

          In retrospect, to protect my child I probably should have risked everything because that’s what parents are supposed to do.

          For a year and a half, I have worked with Joe and others to move this message that no one wants to hear or acknowledge. We are all over the globe trying to move the message forward. The eyes of the public want to remain shut to what the Federal government refuses to regulate, what the doctors and scientists cannot muster the courage to speak (WiFi in schools must be banned), the media will not cover, and acknowledgement of a toxin that cannot be seen, heard, or touched.

          Indeed, it all makes no sense.

          • #26 by pedophile priests on August 25, 2014 - 3:56 pm

            Pedophile priests’ arms are no place for kids

          • #27 by Golden Hill mother on August 25, 2014 - 8:08 pm

            You are truly a heroic mother, Ms. H. I too removed my child from school over this issue last year. I know of other parents who are in similar situations. It is heart wrenching having to make such a choice. Sadly, denial is an easier option to choose for most.

            I want to thank you and Mr. Imbriano for stopping the wireless over at the Troy where my daughter currently attends. I also heard that the freshman health curriculums and formats has been revamped as a result of Mr. Imbriano’s involvement over the summer. Fullerton is blessed to have people like yourselves. Thank you for your sacrifices and hard work.

          • #28 by Anonymous on August 25, 2014 - 10:17 pm

            Joe has been right all along. There is an agenda and he spelled it all out plain as day. It is inescapable unless you are prepared for massive lifestyle changes, economic hardship and major relational upheaval. Most wont be able to bear it. I have known Joe for a very long time and he knows his stuff. His advice over the years has been golden. He is and has always been years ahead of his time on these kinds of issues.

            Joe’s got guts and brains like no one I know. The conversations I had with him 15 years ago still send chills up and down my spine when I think of them. Everything he talked about back then is all happening now. It is very scary. Listen to him before he is silenced. Please pray for him and his family.

  15. #29 by Mark Powell on August 25, 2014 - 8:08 am

    Yes. Similar reason for avoiding metal use in microwave ovens.

    Same goes for zippers.

  16. #30 by trusting the powers that be on August 26, 2014 - 9:40 am

    “The EPA, Decency, and Individual Responsibility”

    by Andrew Marino, Ph.D., J.D.

    “Thirty years ago I published this editorial (Where is the EPA’s sense of decency?, Journal of Bioelectricity 3(12):1–2, 1984).

    The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) was founded in 1970 “to protect and enhance our environment today and for future generations.” During the next decade, it earned a reputation as one of the more respected federal agencies. Its decisions were generally well-reasoned, and occupied the middle ground. In 1980 Ronald Reagan appointed Ann Gorsuch as Administrator of the EPA, a choice widely criticized at the time as being based on political grounds. During the next several years there was an exodus of key professionals, and the EPA became a demoralized, do-nothing Agency. Following the Superfund scandal William Ruckleshaus was appointed to head the EPA. He was supposed to replace politics with science as the basis for EPA decisions, and set the Agency moving again. Under his leadership, however, things did not improve significantly.

    After examining the way the EPA responded to evidence of formaldehyde’s carcinogenicity, an MIT professor reported in Science (222, 894, 1983) that the Agency’s actions revealed “the interplay between politics and science policy in regulatory determinations. In some cases there were significant and unjustified departures from reasoned decision-making.” The Agency’s decision was, basically, to do nothing. An EPA official delivered essentially the same message to a national conference on toxics in ground-water: “We don’t have any quick fixes. This is going to be a long-term problem.” Much the same thing occurred in the area of lead poisoning. A 1979 study published in the New England Journal of Medicine showed that children with high lead levels scored lower on IQ tests. The EPA then assembled what official of the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health called a “hanging jury” (Science, 222, 907, 1983) which strongly attacked the study, thereby destroying the main argument for holding lead pollution to low levels—that is, the main argument for EPA to take action.

    The situation reached a new low with the efforts of the EPA in the matter of safety limits for environmental exposure to electromagnetic fields. In its Draft Study, the Agency’s staff arbitrarily adopted the approach that only thermal effects need he considered. But since there are no significant thermal-level exposures in the environment, the conclusion pregnant in the Draft was that there is no need for action to protect the public health. Ruckleshaus himself appointed a panel to review the Draft which consisted almost exclusively of individuals well known for their thermal-effects-only viewpoint. The majority view among scientists world-wide—that there exist biological effects due to non-thermal electromagnetic fields—was virtually unrepresented. It was not surprising when this newest “hanging jury” largely endorsed the staff’s approach. Worse still, was the avowed purpose of the EPA which is to issue so-called guidance to the twenty or so Federal Agencies that have a role in regulating the electromagnetic spectrum, and not to enact regulations pursuant to its broad congressional mandate. The EPA intends to palm off its responsibility to other federal agencies that have vastly less expertise and that are even more certain not to act.

    The EPA was created by Congress to protect Americans from risks and threats against which the individual is almost completely defenseless. The public expects the EPA to be honest and fair, and to make decisions that protect the health of the American people. Instead, the EPA’s recent performance has been woefully reminiscent of what occurred at the McCarthy hearings 30 years ago when attorney Joe Welch, in complete revulsion of the Senator’s performance, said ‘You have done enough. Have you no sense of decency, sir? At long last have you left no sense of decency?’”

    Source: http://andrewamarino.com/blog/?p=562

  17. #31 by "What is science?" on August 26, 2014 - 10:17 am

    ‘A young man asked the Elders, “What is science?” One said, “It is a quest to understand the world.” A second said, “It is a whore that man exploits for his purposes.” A third said, “It is a mirror that reveals what is in the mind of man.” But the wisest among them replied, “It is all these things.” The young man pondered this response and asked, “Which is it the most?” and the wise one replied, “In your time, a whore.”’

  18. #32 by Anonymous on August 26, 2014 - 6:26 pm

    the gov’t justifies inaction with a “weight of evidence” approach and concludes the weight of evidence doesn’t warrant action, yet allows potentially biased evidence to tip the scales. from the getgo “the weight of evidence” methodology is flawed, as a negative result does not negate a positive result. as it stands industry evidence dictates public health as its study budget is weightier.

  19. #33 by Melinda on August 29, 2014 - 8:24 am

  20. #34 by Anonymous on October 2, 2014 - 11:45 am

    This is just too much to process, so overwhelming. Why is the debate about common core so out in the open and yet you hear nothing about this? What the hell is going on?

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