FSD’S ROBERT PLETKA: RECOGNIZING VOLTAGE POTENTIAL


 

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THIS PHOTO REPRESENTS A FULLERTON STUDENT ENGAGING WITH HIS 21ST CENTURY LEARNING DEVICE. THE IPAD HAS 5 ANTENAE AND THE  WIFI ANTENNA IS LOCATED LITERALLY RIGHT ON HIS ZIPPER. NEED I SAY ANYMORE? 

YES THE PHOTO WAS SO PROUDLY DISPLAYED ON THE FSD SUPERINTENDENT’S PUBLIC FACEBOOK PAGE LINKED UP ON THE DISTRICT’S OWN WEBSITE HERE:  https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=479084712158056&set=a.467172693349258.106292.467056220027572&type=1&theater.

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  http://buildingbiology.ca/wd/news/wi-fi-in-schools-no-way/

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                        HERE ARE  ONE THOUSAND THREE HUNDRED AND NINETY SIX  Reference Links to Peer-Reviewed Studies re RF Microwave Radiation  RIGHT HERE:

    http://citizensforsafetechnology.org/Electrosmog-Bibliography-COLLECTIONS,28,3376

SO DOES THIS GUY LISTEN TO AN INDUSTRIAL HYGENIST THAT SHOWED UP AT MY CHILDREN’S SCHOOL WITH RENTED EQUIPMENT THAT COULDN’T EVEN DETECT WIFI THE FIRST TIME AROUND ON TAXPAYER MONEY OSTENSIBLY TO DO AN RF SURVEY?

F.S.D. SUPERINTENDENT ROBERT PLETKA

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DOES HE IGNORE THOUSANDS OF STUDIES THAT SHOW HARM?

DOES HE CONTINUE  TO DENY AND IRRADIATE? DOES HE REALIZE THAT IPADS EMIT MORE WIRELESS RADIATION THAN CELL PHONES?

15,000 CHILDREN DEPEND ON HIS GUIDANCE AND FINAL UP OR DOWN VOTE FOR THEIR SAFETY.

The following recently released information from http://www.saferemr.com/ is of tremendous importance to our children:

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  1. #1 by Pletka? on December 30, 2013 - 3:36 pm

    Could Pletka and all the FSD trustees be criminally prosecuted for this?

  2. #2 by David Morrison on December 30, 2013 - 4:05 pm

    Dr. George Carlo, who headed the first study for Motorola (with industry funding) discovered that cell phones do cause negative biological effects. His assessment of children in school who are forcibly irradiated with wi fi was that the schools should be “liable for assault and battery.” someday our entire school system may be bankrupted by law suits and these bureaucrats who govern and make decisions without considering science will be on the streets. they have blood on their hands.

    • #3 by Foolerton's educratic assemblage on January 3, 2014 - 8:21 pm

      And for that he got his home burned down.

      http://www.hans.org/magazine/349/

    • #4 by Anonymous on January 7, 2014 - 1:34 pm

      It takes 30 – 40 years for brain cancers to develop. We haven’t been using mobile phones or Wi-Fi that long nor has there been any research performed over such a long period of time. Rather than looking at the Interphone study which was flawed because it clumped cordless phone users with the control group and therefore leads to an underestimated risk you should look at some of Lennart Hardell’s studies.

      One thing that people also need to realize is that epidemiologists when performing studies do not take a holistic view on everyday RF exposure. Even control subjects are being irradiated by cell towers, WiFi, TV and Radio broadcasts every day. This would be like testing smokers and non smokers for cancer when both subjects are located in a room of smokers.
      Not everyone follows ICNIRP Guidelines and ICNIRP has said their guidelines are not the final word on RF safety. ICNIRP guidelines are based on short term exposures of a thermal nature. They do not adequately address non thermal effects by claiming there is not enough known about them to include them. Non thermal effects include the capability to damage DNA by oxidative stress.
      India recently reduced its RF standards to 10% of ICNIRP levels as a result of environmental studies.

  3. #5 by Ray on December 30, 2013 - 7:52 pm

    I’m not a student of history, but the Nazi Germany comparison has me wondering about how and why people will turn their heads and backs on those that are being forcibly assaulted.

    That’s the part that is the hardest for me to understand. Is it “fitting in”? Is it fear of social retribution, loss of income, etc?

    The thing these school board members don’t seem to grasp is how far reaching their decisions are. They aren’t just affecting the children in their district, but children in all districts.

  4. #6 by Joe Imbriano on December 30, 2013 - 11:07 pm

    ” So we don’t always get attention for it, but the ConnectEd program that we announced where we’re going to be initiating wireless capacity in every classroom in America will make a huge difference for kids all across this country, and for teachers. …”

    President Obama 12-20-13 http://www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/2013/12/20/press-conference-president

    Read that the five year plan where there will be no escape from thousands of hours per year of wireless radiation exposure for our children unless we turn this thing around. Pletka could easily say no, and so could the school board. Why don’t they?

    • #7 by Anonymous on January 22, 2014 - 6:38 pm

      If the best scientists in the world can’t agree that it’s safe, who is anybody else to say that it is? What is wrong with these fools?

  5. #8 by amateur night on December 31, 2013 - 8:49 pm

    Gold old Barry Boy wants the pulses rockin around the clock-wireless everything-

    http://business.time.com/2012/07/26/obamas-smart-electrical-grid-plan/

  6. #9 by Armando on January 1, 2014 - 11:10 pm

    Up here in the LA Unified, we could only wish for folks advocating like your group. When I looked over this issue 2 years ago, I knew something was terribly wrong. There is just no one up here that gives a damn.

    Isn’t that how it always goes with the poorer folks being subjected to things first and the more affluent follow later.

    This information will be shared with my principal and my daughter’s teachers. Maybe now they will listen.

  7. #10 by mom on January 2, 2014 - 9:12 am

    Where are all the parents?

  8. #11 by Anonymous on January 2, 2014 - 11:14 am

    Still pushing junk science and fear mongering? That is all you got!

    • #12 by denier on January 2, 2014 - 1:51 pm

      And you are a denier.

      • #13 by amateur night on January 3, 2014 - 6:59 am

        What about Giokaris and all his deniers?

        • #14 by Foolerton's educratic assemblage on January 3, 2014 - 9:11 pm

          Yeah, what about em? Why are they getting a pass?

          • #15 by Joe Imbriano on January 3, 2014 - 11:16 pm

            As you will see soon enough, they are getting no such thing. Dr. George and the FJUHSD Board of Trustees is just as complicit with their silence on this issue.

            • #16 by Pletka & Giokaris on January 5, 2014 - 1:08 pm

              “When logic and reason disappear there is something else at play.”

    • #17 by Foolerton's educratic assemblage on January 3, 2014 - 8:57 pm

      The government never lies about anything that is harmful do they? Never!

      I’ll buy his so called junk science and fear mongering any day over your ilk’s lame, ego stroking, cowardly submission to the powers that be and the dung being dished out by the government, the wireless industry and the numb skulls with their noses up your backsides. Look at yourselves in the mirror without a drink in your hands for once. The science is right in front of your faces and you are either just too stupid, lazy, afraid or downright evil to look at it.

  9. #20 by Anonymous on January 2, 2014 - 12:11 pm

    This is a very disturbing comparison set forth here and I am rather perplexed by the statements of and behavior of Dr. Pletka. The blanket statement of total safety is clearly absurd. Is he aware of this information as it is presented here?

  10. #21 by amateur night on January 6, 2014 - 7:21 pm

    http://rfemf.com/presentation/index.html#/35

    Five antennae-one for each of the fullerton five

  11. #22 by Anonymous on January 7, 2014 - 11:45 am

    The actual research of 29 scientists of the BioInitiative Report, who hold 10 MDs, 21 PhDs, 3 Msc, MA or MPHs is of serious regard.

    The Interphone Study excluded cellphone users under 30 years of age and it classified “regular” use as ONE call per week and heavy use as 2.5 hrs per week. You are all being decieved into believing that industry- funded and designed studies that show a nil result or are inconclusive somehow, cancel out independently-funded studies that show harm.

    Unfortunately, Damon Wyman, has been misrepresented by the media as blaming WiFi for his son’s death. The loss of his boy led him to study the subject and that is why he wants the microwave emitted by WiFi, out of the school. It is not reasonable to saturate kids in a possibly carcinogenic substance ever, but especially so when there is a safer alternative. Parents at Te Horo are willing to pay for the school to be hardwired which provides faster and more reliable service anyway.

    Tobacco and asbestos were Category 2B for many years. Asbestos used to be common in schools. Both industries funded ‘research’ and ‘experts’ to defend their products. The first peer reviewed study linking smoking to cancer, came out in 1939, but the public were not warned until the 1970s.
    Apart from industry profit, there is no good reason why all children should not have at least the same level of protection as Austria, Italy, Israel, Switzerland, Russia and China.

    • #23 by Anonymous on January 8, 2014 - 8:52 pm

      You fools. Wireless is the new tobacco and asbestos. Your government knows this and they don’t give a damn because it fits into a much larger plan. These school district perps are along for the ride. The boards don’t care because it’s a part time job that doesn’t pay. Any of you that think this is all being driven by financial windfalls need your screws tightened with an air ratchet.

  12. #24 by Anonymous on January 8, 2014 - 11:46 am

    Love that Germany quote. Nice try.

  13. #25 by you are all wrong on January 9, 2014 - 12:09 pm

    Yes, and the Fullerton School District is well within the law with its technology program and so is the Board of Trustees.

    Mr. Imbriano’s fear mongering and junk science is just that. It will get all of you nowhere. Do yourselves all a favor and do what he and his wife did-go find your kids another school where you will all be happy.

    • #26 by Anonymous on January 9, 2014 - 6:51 pm

      Ha. Now that’s what I call funny:)

    • #27 by Ray on January 10, 2014 - 7:54 am

      I would like to hear more from this person and learn how they manage to tune out so much information.

      Please specify which of the studies that finds RF microwave wireless radiation causes adverse biological and health effects are “junk”.

      Or do you just toss all the research in your mind’s “junk” bin because it doesn’t suit your personal agenda?

      It takes great blindness and arrogance to ignore thousands of peer reviewed research papers from around the world.

      Who exactly do you think you are that leads you to think that you know more than the experts who have researched this for their entire careers?

      I find this fascinating. I bet that you skip over all the details and simply take a mental shortcut. Something like –

      “Our kids need wireless technology so that they can compete with the other kids”.

      or: “We poured so much effort into fundraising for these children to have iPads. We won’t allow health issues to get in our way.”

      Please, if the facts are on your side, and we clearly are in the wrong, then elucidate, on your own, and show us the light.

      • #28 by Joe Imbriano on January 10, 2014 - 8:20 am

        Ray while I do not know who this person is, it certainly has an eerily similar ring to the comments Glendale Unified’s Mary Bowles made on camera at a recent board meeting.

        • #29 by Mary Bowles?? on January 11, 2014 - 5:04 am

          One so arrogant as to think she should have a vote on such a large health decision for the children.

          dangerous

    • #30 by Jamie on January 11, 2014 - 5:20 am

      Their family was forced out of public education into home schooling. All schools now have mandatory exposure to, what is now termed a Class 2A PROBABLE carcinogen.
      That is where we are, guys.

      Not all families can afford to homeschool, as this family did. If you read what the doctors are trying to tell us and you are trying to look out for the well being of your children, this is a nightmare.

      Again, why are we doing this when wired technology is known to be safe?

  14. #31 by Susie McGavin on January 11, 2014 - 9:12 am

    I’m always fascinated how the naysayers are too afraid to leave real names attached to their comments. Nothing’s wrong with an honest debate – maybe you’ll actually learn something. My child’s kindergarten classroom’s EMR has been metered (in front of the school principal) approx 8 times higher than the FCC approved levels, yet the school will not turn off the WAP (wifi) even though the kids don’t use it. Why should I have to find a new school, when it’s as easy as turning off the WAP (which isn’t being used anyways)? Because our school administrators are lemmings.

    • #32 by enigma on January 11, 2014 - 10:52 am

      Is it because there is an agenda to let the fiber optic wired connections end at the classroom walls, to purchase iPads that have no ethernet ports for several times the price of comparable tablets? This makes no sense. They won’t turn it off in the kindergarten room? Why? Is it because that at the top of the heap, it is widely known that exposure to constant, long term, low power microwave radiation has a detrimental effect on fertility? Is there an agenda to forcibly expose children to pulsed microwave signals to sterilize them?

      That certainly appears to be the prevailing theme that Mr. Imbriano has no qualms about plastering all over this website. I think he is spot on in his assertions.

      The school officials are acting like highly paid cowards. The board members? That is a whole other story.

    • #33 by Joe Imbriano on January 11, 2014 - 2:13 pm

      Susie, thank you for your comments. If they shut one off, then they will have acknowledged that it is potentially harmful and they will have set a precedent that would enable all the dominoes to fall in succession to put an end to the largest forced irradiation of school children the world has ever known.

      I believe what is at stake here vastly eclipses anyone’s worst nightmare. Fertility hangs in the balance. Yes the children and the unborn are being exposed to wireless microwave radiation, GMO spermicidal corn with the epicyte gene which is possibly already in the food supply, phthalates, and sterilants in the water and the vaccines. They are all the targets of what most don’t want to believe could be happening, the unthinkable. I believe it is the destruction of the reproductive capabilities of the next generation. No, the government never lies, the aluminum and barium nano particle laden lines in the sky that fan out and turn the blue sky white have always been there, the polio vaccine never had cancer viruses in them, gardasil never killed anyone, mercury raises children’s iq’s, the government never hurts anyone, always protects everyone, the officials always know better than anyone in the world and huffing depleted uranium after your vaccine records have been expunged while on your fifth tour of duty is patriotic. Never mind all of the radical propaganda in Hollywood, Madison Avenue and in the public school curriculum about the population problem. Yeah as long as this cull is done to someone else’s kids south of the tracks, south of the border, south of the equator or across the ocean, who cares right?

      Give me a break. You don’t think that these eugenicists are equal opportunity distributors of their agenda and are a respecter of persons do you? Nah, they would never simply plant their seeds in products or commodities that people can’t live without would they?

      Well you see here in the US, we have reverse osmosis water filtration, food labeling, product labeling, and 50 states full of vaccine exemptions to thwart most of the landmines spread over the landscape of our everyday lives that is if your eyes are open.

      Wireless, however, just came in through the backdoor in the middle of the night thanks to Pletka and The Fullerton Five, or your local lackeys on your school board. It has headed straight for the classrooms and your children’s laps at school for 6 hours a day 5 days a week 185 days a year for 13 years and who knows with any luck, 4-12 years more in the wireless classrooms in the colleges.

      Thanks to the parents, wireless is now in the bedrooms in some cases under the pillows, under the bed or even in the bed all night with your kids. Yes everybody’s workin’ for the weekend with the xbox or playstation time you reward your children with, with those wireless controllers in their laps from sun up to all hours of the night starting on Fridays.

      Look at those Microsoft screen savers with an empty planet devoid of humans, look at the cartoons with no people and read the social studies books your child has showing pictures of garbage dumps piled to the sky, factories belching choking smog, rivers full of dead fish and then look out your home or car window today in so cal where it is 80 degrees under blue skies, palm trees swaying in the breeze, green grass, with the citrus hanging heavily on the trees and there is not one kid outside playing or riding their bikes for miles in Fullerton Ca today. I didn’t see one with the exception of my own with their buddies. No instead they are all cooped up in their dark homes addicted to video games and their iPads dosing their reproductive organs according to the best laid plans of those with the worst intentions hidden in plain view for all to willingly ignore.

      Yes they won’t shut it off because these school administrators have all been briefed, talked to and assured that it is all safe, that we are nut jobs, that the future of these administrators depends on them looking the other way and that the future of the children depends on their being subjected to these emissions and married to wireless technology.

      Boy does it ever. May God help us ladies and gentlemen. May God help us.

      • #34 by Anonymous on January 11, 2014 - 5:55 pm

        Well spoken indeed.

  15. #35 by Anonymous on January 13, 2014 - 3:39 pm

    Between the geo-engineering (chemtrails)/ Fukushima (radiation) which by the way is 100 times worse then chernobyl was/ pesticides that are causing birth deformities/gmo’s (genetically modified organisms)/ pre-orchestrated greedy ignorant wars/ false flag events/ corporate ran governments/ vaccines that are just making everyone sick either right away or some time in their lives/ aspartame which is bacteria poop/ the corporate ran medical industry chemo false test confirming cancer that most do not even have and can be healed naturally/ lies lies and more lies from the corporate ran tell-lie-vision/ common core uneducation/ fluoride in the water/ harrp which is killing ocean life with sonic booms under the water/ the oil spills in the ocean dispersants that were sprayed because of the oil spills which is killing ocean/ when we have had the technology not to even have to use oil. And then wireless//

  16. #36 by Nora on January 15, 2014 - 11:42 am

    Joe, if you were not already aware, Dr. Roman Schulze is currently advising the Glendale Unified School District on this very issue.

    His wife is involved with the PTA at Acacia has advised parents to ignore this site and your materials. FYI.

    • #37 by another mom on January 16, 2014 - 6:07 am

      Please help spread the word:

      Safety first with our school technology

      Be informed + Take action

      Please visit us and pass it on: http://www.fcsst.com

      Thank you,
      Fullerton Community For Safe School Technology

    • #38 by Ego trippers on January 23, 2014 - 10:12 am

      They are morons to advocate for this crap, total morons.

  17. #39 by Anonymous on January 16, 2014 - 12:31 am

    You provide a useful bibliography of published studies showing the adverse health effects of EMF’s from wireless technology. The question becomes why isn’t Wheeler telling the American public about there, or cell phone makers and cell service providers, router makers, Stanford University as it sits in the middle of Silicon Valley and accepts hundreds of millions of dollars in donations and for sitting on wireless company boards?

    Isn’t is time we hold people accountable for pursuing greed driven monetary gain to such an extreme they are willing to put the health of others at risk?

  18. #40 by trustees on January 23, 2014 - 8:56 am

    If they had an ounce of decency in them, the FSD trustees would resign rather than expose the children and teachers to these emissions.

  19. #41 by Ray on January 23, 2014 - 12:18 pm

    They’ve been given dozens of advisories by medical and scientific experts who state that WiFi is unsafe for children.

    They’ve been given thousands of peer reviewed studies showing wireless to be harmful.

    They ignored it.

    Sick.

    • #42 by amateur night on January 23, 2014 - 1:36 pm

      Why? Is it because that kitty cat Schulzeepoo and his honeys got into their big empty noggins? Pop the cork and come on in you guys, the water’s fine!

    • #43 by Joe Imbriano on January 23, 2014 - 2:40 pm

      Lorne Trottier is the webmaster of shill cut and paste site promoted by ROMAN SCHULZE- EMF AND HEALTH.

      Roman Schulze is currently advising the Glendale Unified School District, and possibly The Fullerton School District, and The Acacia Elementary School foundation on how wireless is safe for the students.

      In her co-authored letter “Smart Meters Are Safe”, signed by 60 profs & published in @LeDevoir
      “Trottier is believed to be the largest donor to the Faculty of Science at McGill.”

      Mcgill university –
      “Lorne Trottier has donated $10 million towards services in information and technology at McGill. The new engineering building is called Trottier, named after Lorne Trottier.”

      “In 2006 his second gift of $12 million created two Lorne Trottier Chairs at the school, one in Aerospace Engineering and the other in Astrophysics and Cosmology.”

      *new shill fund?
      “trottier, a mcgill alumnus and engineer who founded Canadian
      computer company matrox. “It’s probably the largest gift for science promotion in Canadian history,” Schwarcz says. The funding will ensure the long-term viability of what’s become a major public science communication hub in Canada, as well as allow OSS to expand its programs, possibly as far as challenging pseudoscience promoters in court, he adds.”
      http://oss.mcgill.ca/everyday/fightingquack.pdf

      Did Roman Sculze get Glendale Unified’s Mary Boger to shake her fist while she clutched in her paw, a paper containing links to peer reviewed studies, that she called fear mongering and junk science? https://thefullertoninformer.com/glendale-usds-very-own-mary-boger-on-the-fullerton-informer-junk-science-bullying-and-fear-mongering/

      Roman appears to be advocating for the mandatory exposure of 15,000 students in Fullerton and another 26,000 in Glendale to pulse modulated wireless microwave radiation for the rest of their K thru 12 lives. Don’t forget the certificated staff as well.

  20. #44 by pletka talks safety on February 25, 2014 - 4:58 pm

    Look at the FSD news:

    http://www.nbclosangeles.com/video/#!/on-air/as-seen-on/Parents-Demand-Answers-After-Teacher-s-Molest-Charges/247007101

    go to 1:26 and look at pletka look at what he says-unbelievable

    I would say that I can’t believe this guy would say all that about the “safety” of the kids, but we know the truth.

  21. #45 by Ray on February 26, 2014 - 11:45 am

    The whole school is getting molested in the worst way possible, with a strong possibility of permanent health impacts.

    When parents figure this out, Pletka’s head will be hanging from a pole.

    • #46 by Joe Imbriano on February 26, 2014 - 11:55 pm

      Science night at Acacia where the kids are the subjects and the forced irradiation of school children continues under Karen Whisnant’s supervision.

      I suppose because Robert Pletka has a doctorate in grant writing, that he knows better than this guy- http://www.drsinatra.com/dr-sinatra-against-wifi-in-schools/

      I suppose that because Roman Schulze couldn’t answer an on camera question posed by a dentist on the Glendale school board on why European countries have banned WiFi in their schools that he knows better than this guy- http://www.drsinatra.com/dr-sinatra-against-wifi-in-schools/

      I suppose Michele Garden who works as a lab tech who is sick and tired of my fliers on the windshields warning parents of the dangers of wireless radiation knows better than this guy-
      http://www.drsinatra.com/dr-sinatra-against-wifi-in-schools/

      THERE IS A REASON THE DEFRIBILLATORS HAVE BEEN INSTALLED LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. LET US HOPE THAT THEY NEVER NEED THEM.

      Yeah, I know-junk science and fear mongering right?
      Yeah testimony of experts doesn’t carry the weight that the the peer reviewed studies rigged by the industry does. Yeah but the kids, remember them?

      • #47 by pletka talks safety on February 27, 2014 - 10:10 am

        To all you Acacia parents with undying allegiance to the Establishment (Principal Wisnant, Supt. Pletka, Dr. Roman Schulze, parent Michele Garden):

        I hope your blind allegiance to these folks does not end up damaging/impairing the health of your children. Are you hoping that, also?

  22. #48 by Ray on February 27, 2014 - 9:15 am

    When research repeatedly reports adverse health effects from a potentially toxic agent, it is common sense to not give that agent to your children.

    If there were a chemical leaking up into your backyard and you found out that thousands of peer reviewed studies showed it to be harmful to the human body, what would you do?

    Certainly you wouldn’t go outside, put it into a cup, and give it to your kids.

    Currently there are over 10,000 peer reviewed studies that have been conducted on RF microwave radiation. At least 5,000 of those studies report harm. The industry spins this to mean that the risk is inconclusive. The industry strongly influences regulatory bodies.

    Parents need to give this issue strong consideration. Here’s one analogy that may be helpful:

    Imagine the existing scientific record on RF microwave radiation were a large basket of fruit. One out of every two pieces of fruit has been determined by scientists to be toxic.

    What would be your approach to that basket of fruit?

    What should your school’s approach be to that basket of fruit?

    Currently the Fullerton School District only acknowledges the safe pieces. They completely ignore the ones that have been found in laboratories to be toxic.

    Then they force your children to eat from this basket all day long.

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