Hilda Sugarman’s dystopic vision of wireless iPads: Every single child will have one 24/7

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

The dangers of microwave radiation have been known for decades. The dangers of the wrong people in positions of authority have been known for millenia. 

Wireless dangers have been thoroughly presented to the Fullerton School District Board of Trustees for the better part of over a year now. 

There are well over 20,000 research papers written on the effects of RF/EMF radiation according to John Osepchuck, PhD the chair of IEEE/ASTM and the the biological effects have been known since the 1920s.



FSD’s very own Hilda Sugarman in the Orange County Register.

My vision: Every single child will have one 24/7,” Sugarman said about iPad use.


This woman along with the rest of  https://thefullertoninformer.com/the-fullerton-five/  have chosen to make receiving a public education in The Fullerton School District conditional upon being continuously forcibly irradiated with pulse modulated microwave wireless radiation at levels trillions of times the normal background levels that we and our ancestors were exposed to as children. I guess in her infinite wisdom, forced exposure at school is not enough. It appears that our very own Dr. Strangelove is pushing for it 24/7.  

These wireless classrooms are loaded with upwards of 30-40 of these wireless devices that emit as much or more pulse modulated wireless microwave radiation than in use cell phones.


Nowhere on earth does this environment exist in terms of the levels of wireless microwave radio frequency electromagnetic radiation exposure, except perhaps the Operating Room where Roman Schulze spent much of his adult life. One, however, must consider the age of subjects being exposed being exclusively young, developing children, having the distance to the source of the emissions approaching zero in almost all cases, the duration of constant exposure in terms of it being chronic, as well as the sheer number of transmitters present in such close quarters. 



I won’t even get into the lighting, the magnetic fields from the HVAC units on the roof, the indoor air quality and the forced vaccinations. Those are all important but Hilda http://www.fulltech.org/#!hilda-sugarman/zoom/c8zl/image1ig8 seems to have the hots for wireless so we will attempt to stay focused on that for now.  

How can this be safe for children crammed in these rooms all day? It has to be safe because a trillion dollar industry and their bought and paid for scientists and experts say it is.



It has to be safe because the establishment worshipers say that it is:


It has to be because Simon Says

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Yes folks, these school district lackeys have been sold a bill of goods with your tax dollars and Hilda Sugarman wants your kid to have an iPad 24/7.

The sickening reality is these school required devices are the gateways to other addictions that you are in total denial of as we speak, in addition to the radiation health concerns.  Do you really want your kid addicted to and staring at these things all day while it irradiates their brains and reproductive organs at school and under their pillow at night while setting the state for macular degeneration from staring at back lit screens all the time.  Infertility Pads I mean iPads and wireless devices are constantly emitting a potential human carcinogen called wireless microwave radiation.

Did the school district ever go over the safety warnings with you at any of the meetings?  No Pletka says “….totally safe for the children..” https://thefullertoninformer.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/wireless.doc-3.pdf Yeah, I thought so.

Yup, we now have upwards of 15,000 young children who are in the district with no waiver, no opt out and no options. To be or not to be exposed, that is the question. 8536213


So you have five choices as a parent:

1) You can listen to Pletka, Hilda, the rest of the Fullerton Five, the trillion dollar wireless industry, or Roman Schulze, and go along with the 24/7 iPad routine.

2) You can stand up to the district and its servile minions and demand that they stop irradiating your children.

3) You can sell your new car, your home, quit your job, or dole out some serious dough and home school your child.

4) You can search high and low all over the country to find a private school that is not irradiating the students like the the FSD is. Good luck on that one.

5) OR-you can call me a nut job, a conspiracy theorist, a junk science purveyor, a fear monger, and while you are at it, feel free to assign me any other derogatory implication as a vicarious appeasement to your conscience and keep your kids exposed in these classrooms while you find a fertility doctor and an insurance plan that will cover in Vitro for your children.

You see the choice is yours. Sadly the choice is not your child’s.

Wireless microwave radiation is a class 2B carcinogen:

Here is a list of some class 2B carciongens.  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_IARC_Group_2B_carcinogens

Polymeric, prepared as thin smooth films (with the exception of poly(glycolic acid))
Metallic, prepared as thin smooth films
Metallic cobalt, metallic nickel and an alloy powder containing 66-67% nickel, 13-16% chromium and 7% iron



Inquiring minds want to know, how this woman, being married to a medical doctor, could make such a despotically arrogant statement? Has she lost her mind? Is she drunk on wireless?   There are thousands of peer reviewed scientific studies that show harm. The wireless industry is several trillion dollars now. Obama wants to irradiate the entire US school system with Connect-Ed. Looks like with her project inkwell connections, she thinks she is in the car.

Ladies and gentlemen, the road to hell may be paved with good intentions but based on the behavior of the school board in this town, I wouldn’t even give them that much.

The alleged health affects that wireless causes are not my assertions, they are the assertions of medical and scientific experts.


What have we become where we willingly hand over our children to a forced irradiation babysitting program and collectively turn our backs on decades of scientific research jeopardizing an entire generation just so we can keep our new cars, enjoy our free time during the day and get our nails done? The next time you drive by us on the sidewalk outside your school with our banner, ponder these things. Pletka can fundamentally reject all the studies, science and common sense all he wants and Hilda can wish for 24/7 iPad exposure till the cows come home. We will not rest until we end the largest forced irradiation program of school children that the world has ever known.

May God help us ladies and gentlemen. 

  1. #1 by Its a small world afterall...... on April 16, 2014 - 6:48 pm

    Mr. Imbriano, I believe that Fisler Principal Trang Lai is the one married to the Apple executive. She is up for the ACSA Elementary Principal of the Year Nomination.

    • #2 by Joe Imbriano on April 17, 2014 - 8:41 am

      What is this, some sort of Alanis Morisette video?

      • #3 by Fredie on April 19, 2014 - 5:58 pm

        No it is a nightmare on elm street.

    • #4 by Anonymous on May 7, 2014 - 12:07 pm

      Is that a conflict of interest? It sure sounds like one to me.

  2. #5 by Anonymous on April 16, 2014 - 7:18 pm

    Maybe this is what this fool envisions-http://www.standard.co.uk/news/education/teachers-call-for-parents-to-turn-off-the-wifi-9261228.html

  3. #6 by amateur night on April 16, 2014 - 9:11 pm

    Looks like the word nut job has taken on a whole new meaning and appearance.

  4. #7 by Anonymous on April 16, 2014 - 11:38 pm

    Comparing our suffering today to known knowledge of the past.
    In 1986, a Naval Scientist, Eldon Byrd of the Naval Surface Weapon Centre, USN, in one of his lectures on the effects of microwave radiation stated: “We can alter the behaviour of tissues, cells, organs and whole organisms, you can cause up to six times higher foetus mortality and birth defects in laboratory animals, and these fields are so weak you can hardly detect them. You can do genetic engineering with ELF [extremely low frequency] weak magnetic fields without micro-surgical techniques that are currently employed to do genetic engineering. It is known how to induce malignant diseases in human cells and how to cure them. You can entrain human beings’ brain waves across a room with a very weak magnetic field.”
    He also stated: “By using very low frequency electromagnetic radiation, the waves, well and truly below radio frequencies on the electromagnetic spectrum, he found he could induce the brain to release behaviour-regulating chemicals.” He said: “We could put animals into a stupor” by hitting them with these frequencies. He also said: “we got chick brains-in vitro-to dump 80 percent of the natural opiods in their brains”. Byrd also ran a small project that used magnetic fields to cause certain brain cells in rats to release histamine, and if this happened in humans, then it would cause instant flulike symptoms and produce nausea. Now can you understand why EHS sufferers, suffer the way they do.
    In the 1960s, Richard Cesaro, deputy director for advanced sensors at the Pentagon’s Advanced Research Projects Agency helped to run the classified Project Pandora, in which monkeys were exposed to microwave radiation in a laboratory at Walter Reed Army Institute of Research. Cesaro, in an interview prior to his death, contended: “In our experiments we did some remarkable things. And there was no question in my mind that you can get into the brain with microwaves, and that very small amounts of electromagnetic radiation could appreciably alter the functions of living cells”. He said: “Pathological effects close to those induced by highly toxic substances could be produced by electromagnetic radiation even at very low power, and research seems to have confirmed that low-level electromagnetic fields, modulated to be similar to normal brainwaves, could seriously affect brain function. Experiments with pulsed magnetic fields carried out in animals have reportedly produced specific effects such as inducing sleep and triggering anxiety or aggressiveness”
    The FDA also admitted effects: “Evidence exists of non-thermal and cyto-toxic effects at power levels produced by cellular phones.”
    So there you are; you can now see why human beings suffer the wireless technology of today.
    (1) Women have problems with pregnancies.
    (2) We suffer thermal effect because of our bodily tissue heating up from microwave radiation.
    (3) We know that microwave radiation can induce malignant diseases in human cells.
    (4) If our brain is bombarded with microwave radiation long-term and prolonged by small amounts, it releases histamine into the brain, and if this happens, then it will cause instant flulike symptoms and produces nausea.
    (5) We now see that very small amounts of electromagnetic radiation could alter the functions of living cells, and governments and wireless companies deny that this can happen.
    (6) Highly toxic substances could be produced by electromagnetic radiation, even at very low power.
    (7) Low-level electromagnetic fields, modulated to be similar to normal brainwaves, could seriously affect brain function.
    (8) Pulsed magnetic fields carried out in animals have reportedly producing specific effects, such as inducing sleep and triggering anxiety or aggressiveness, and if that is so, then why not human beings?

  5. #8 by totally safe for the kids on April 17, 2014 - 6:01 am

    Mr. Imbriano, A.S.C.I.P. has awarded the Fullerton School District its coveted ASCIP Excellence in Loss Control Award worth $10,000.

  6. #10 by Anonymous on April 17, 2014 - 7:43 am

    In light of all the information and peer reviewed science, I find Hilda Sugarman’s “24/7” proclamation obscene and a criminal assault on the FSD children.

    • #11 by just think for a moment on April 18, 2014 - 12:29 pm

      Joe, Hilda Sugarman is not solely responsible. Do not forget about the other school board members, principals as well as the administrative staff in the District office. They COULD say no to this. Bear in mind that science doesn’t come easy for most. It is rather confusing and difficult for many of us. Decisions are made only after consulting with the experts in their respective fields. In this case, they are all being told repeatedly that it is safe from a variety of trusted sources.

      The problem lies in our society’s politically correct leanings where discord is frowned upon regardless of who or what is at stake.

      Obscene? Perhaps. Criminal assault? One could argue in favor of or against that position. Is there intent? That is the real question. I think she just royally screwed up in her off the cuff comment when she was just really trying to express her enthusiasm over something she really believes the kids need.

      You are in a tough spot Joe. This is a really hard sell. No one dares believe the schools are purposely harming children even though you have appeared to clearly demonstrate that they could very well be.

      While I tend to agree with your assertions, you have a real uphill battle ahead. I wish you the best. You are a very courageous and determined individual. Looks like you are doing this for all the right reasons that most still can’t seem to grasp. Just be patient and be careful.


      • #12 by Joe Imbriano on April 18, 2014 - 11:47 pm

        Thank you for your post. Everyone is in this basket but Pletka and Hilda have the season tickets. Hilda is the only one, who in addition to IGNORING EVERYTHING SHE HAS BEEN PRESENTED WITH, has insolently uttered her darkest desire-24/7 iPad exposure. I don’t doubt for a minute that she meant what she said.

        They have all been briefed that everything is perfectly safe, much like they were years ago by a huge industry that put the ashtrays in the hospitals, planes, trains and teachers lounges for years. The reality was ignored until the cemeteries overflowed. She is in too deep to do the right thing so all she can do is dig deeper. She has chosen to look the other way for over a year while the piles of studies she has been provided with and chose to ignore stacked up would reach the ceiling. In my opinion, that coupled with her million dollar statement is simply despotic arrogance.

        I knew this would be rough when I launched, but to ignore this would be criminal.I believe that the schools are harming the children and the Fullerton School District is in a very unique position. They have been intensely lobbied and forcibly exposed to this information for over a year. What have they done? They keep stepping on the gas. Please don’t confuse being politically correct with denying the potential for endangering school children.

        Thank you for your empathy, your concerns and your support. People will eventually wake up. The question is, will it be too late?

        Cheers to you as well.

      • #13 by Resign on April 21, 2014 - 9:01 am

        1. Schools boards should never be able to make this very, very critical health decision. They should recognize this and choose a known, safe alternative: wired technology. If they are not successful with their fellow board members in convincing them to use wired tech, they should IMMEDIATELY RESIGN from their board positions. If these trustees had any integrity, common decency, or common sense they would know that this decision is way beyond their ken and they would never be a part of this. By definition, wireless classroom exposure harms the children and teachers.

        2. This is a complete collapse of public safeguards. The regulations do not exist at the policy level and, as a result, the decisions are being driven down to the lowest governing bodies: the local school boards. This is a complete collapse of the integrity and worth of every level of government, colleges of public health and public policy and any other entity that purports to care for the health and safety of our children and teachers.

      • #14 by Fullerton parent on April 21, 2014 - 10:51 am

        She believes she is doing the right thing just like you believe you are doing the right thing. So how would you like it it someone started posting insulting and defamatory information about you and your family?

        • #15 by Bozo Esq. on April 21, 2014 - 11:57 am

          Is there any intentional false communication, either written or spoken, that harms a person’s reputation; decreases the respect, regard, or confidence in which a person is held; or induces disparaging, hostile, or disagreeable opinions or feelings against a person?

          Nothing defamatory here, just opinions as well as facts. When you hold a public office, it is a forgone conclusion that public scrutiny and criticism come with the territory.

        • #16 by Parent??????? on April 21, 2014 - 12:58 pm

          “She believes she is doing the right thing”

          When you ignore all information contrary to your ‘belief’ and your ‘belief’ is harming THOUSANDS of children, there is no excuse, none whatsoever.

          If criticism and condemnation of her statement is insulting, so be it.

          You are a “parent” that is in favor of irradiating the children and teachers? Do you want the children to have these devices 24/7, also?

        • #17 by Angie B on April 21, 2014 - 2:13 pm

          How would you like it if public school was only made available to those willing to accept mandatory irradiation and by someone that was guided by their ‘beliefs’? Everyone should be rest assured because one person believes it to be so?

        • #18 by Joe Imbriano on April 21, 2014 - 10:08 pm

          I’ve heard over and over again from the compromised ones that they wish us all to take “soft”, “non aggressive” stances on this issue. They intend to direct the discussion down the wrong roads into diversionary territory. These terms are mere characterizations that hide the real agenda. They’re usually advocating our refraining from stating the fact that xenobiotic RF radiation in one context or another is positively harmful.

          Since it is true that xenobiotic RFR is harmful, saying so can never be defamatory.

          Saying that a public official has repeatedly refused to stop and has continued to deploy upon children the use of a harmful agent in schools is likewise a true and a non defamatory statement. I have also suggested that the act of doing so is also possibly illegal.

          Welcome to The United States Fullerton Parent. How much time did you spend in North Korea?

  7. #19 by The apple of Hilda's eye on April 18, 2014 - 9:20 pm

  8. #21 by Pappa Smurf on April 19, 2014 - 9:22 am

    Yeah Joe, you’re awesome. You should run for prime minister.

    • #22 by Joe Imbriano on April 19, 2014 - 9:40 am

      Thank you pal. You and your partner ought to consider running in the special olympics.

  9. #23 by Joe Imbriano on April 19, 2014 - 9:41 am

    Two Scientists Break Silence on “Major Flaws” in Royal Society’s Recent Report on Safety Code 6
    “The Royal Society panel has failed in its obligation to the public,” said Dr. Miller. “It ignored recent evidence that wireless radiation is a probable carcinogen.” Dr. Miller said he is most concerned about involuntary exposure, such as children exposed to Wi-Fi in schools.


    Digital Dementia, other health concerns caused by your cell phone
    It’s not just brain cancer that has doctors worried about the health impacts connected to cell phones. In addition to brain cancer, health concerns from cell phone wireless radiation include increased oxidative stress, altered brain activity, hearing loss, fertility issues and impacts on brain neuron maturation.


    Oh my…what’s in WiFi?
    When the school district rolled out the Ipads this year, Aiden Fitchett noticed something new; as he did when seated near the wireless projector any time a teacher used one for a presentation: headaches. Bad ones. Bad enough that the 8-year-old second grader would come home crying from the pain.


    Mobilize is an investigative documentary that explores the potential long-term health effects from cell phone radiation including brain cancer and infertility. Examining the most recent scientific research and legislative efforts, Mobilize illuminates how finance can corrupt public health.


    Facebook: like & share information

    Documents and Presentations posted:

    #parentsforsafeschools @wannabewired @4safeschools

  10. #24 by Joe Imbriano on April 22, 2014 - 10:33 pm

    Dr. Oz on wireless-

    Check out this slickly produced propaganda diverting attention away from damage to the irreplaceable eggs and instead redirecting it to damaging replaceable sperm. The ovaries are just as close if not closer to the cell phone in the pocket than to the testes. Of course no one mentions the wireless devices in the classrooms in the laps of little girls-JUST CELL PHONE RADIATION AND THE MEN. At the end of this little propaganda piece, the girl agrees to now carry the phone. Simply brilliant how they work together to keep this sterilization program in full swing. What is the common denominator with all the hirelings in this movement? Is it getting pretty obvious to the rest of you?

    I will quote Dr Oz. “..first of all .. be clear, there is no evidence at all and I am not concerned about the ovaries…” at 1:27 into the video. Look at how this so called doctor on National Television utters an incoherent sentence which really says NOTHING. His dubious assertions to the untrained ear and his body language to the untrained eye may seem to be reassuring, but I can assure you it is of no substance whatsoever and confirms absolutely nothing. As a matter of fact, it is all highly suspect. In addition, watch the camera record and zoom in on the rehearsed response of the woman holding the cell phone nodding her head in agreement as her cue card has told her to. He then goes on to state that there is one study that shows damage to the sperm. So in a nation where the number of cell phones exceeds the population, there is only ONE study on RF/EMF wireless radiation’s effects on the human male reproductive system? Really Dr. Oz?

    More BS from the controlled establishment, more lies from the pit of hell.

  11. #26 by Anonymous on April 23, 2014 - 5:21 pm

    This article is long, but has much information in it that explains the goings on in panels of the 21st Century and panels of the 20th century.
    Paul Demers is one such person who changes his stripes very quickly as a brown paper bag accidentally falls on the floor below his work desk. This statement by Demers’s panel on the issue of cancer risk:
    “The authoritative reviews considered by the Panel find that a causal association between cancer and exposure to RF energy is possible (based on the IARC definition for Group 2B). This Panel agrees with that assessment. The present review also considered numerous studies that appeared after these authoritative reviews were completed. None of the newer studies materially affect the conclusions of the authoritative reviews. However, a weight-of-evidence evaluation shows that the current evidence for a causal association between cancer and exposure to RF energy is weak. The epidemiological evidence is largely limited to a weak association of prolonged mobile phone use with increased incidence of glioma and acoustic neuroma. The epidemiological associations are not strong and the various studies are inconsistent with each other.”
    The text associates between cancer and exposure to RF energy as “weak” and “inconsistent”, which contradicts, or at least undermines, the IARC 2B classification. Demers stressed that he agreed with IARC’s evaluation, as did the panel, but Demers said that he considered the phrase “weak” evidence to be consistent with “limited” evidence, the criterion used by IARC to designate a 2B carcinogen.
    Demers statement of evidence of 2B being weak, and Demers said that he could not recall and was not aware that what he wrote was virtually word for word from another review nine years that appeared in the International Journal of Radiation Biology in 2005: “Overall, a weight-of-evidence evaluation shows that the current evidence for a causal association between cancer and exposure to RF energy is weak and unconvincing.”
    It’s amazing how the 1999 Panel Report”, 15 years earlier, and the RF panel of 1999 commented said about non-thermal effects: “There are documented biological effects of RF fields even at low, non-thermal exposure levels, below Safety Code 6 exposure limits. These biological effects include alterations in the activity of the enzyme ornithine decarboxylase (ODC), in calcium regulation, and in the permeability of the blood-brain barrier … Some of these biological effects brought about by non-thermal exposure levels of RF could potentially be associated with adverse health effects” (p.3).
    Now early in Demers career, he worked on a study that linked occupational exposures to EMFs and male breast cancer, and his results were published on the 15th August 1991, in the American Journal of Epidemiology (see MWn, J/A90 P1 and s/091, P3).
    So have a complete read of this article, as it gives you some good insight into the old saying: “Money talks all languages!”

  12. #28 by penchant for change on April 30, 2014 - 8:37 am

    20,000 studies are being ignored by a handful of powerful people in this town who will stop at nothing Joe. They have way too much ego and reputation at stake to make a U turn now. Hit them where it hurts, hit the in the pocketbook.

    • #29 by Anonymous on April 30, 2014 - 12:58 pm

      Why would she make such a ridiculous statement in the face of all of the continued efforts of your group? The precautionary approach is clearly warranted.

  13. #30 by Anonymous on May 1, 2014 - 11:45 am

    Such a mess being made at the expense of children. So sad.

  14. #31 by Anonymous on May 2, 2014 - 7:56 am

    It also makes a huge difference on which carrier is used. Sprint and Verizon both carry a non pulsating signal if I remember correctly. At& t and T-mobile have pulsating signals which is much worse.

  15. #32 by Appeal to Hilda Sugarman on May 4, 2014 - 8:51 am

    Please, Ms. Sugarman, look at the other side of the industry-laden, biased-sided argument. These are children that are depending on you. Start here:

    “New Studies Show Health Risks From Wireless Tech”

    Here’s a quote: “Epidemiological evidence shows that radiofrequency should be classified as a known human carcinogen.The existing FCC/IEEE and ICNIRP public safety limits are not adequate to protect public health.”


    Do the right thing and wire the school classrooms.

    • #33 by Broom Hilda on May 5, 2014 - 9:59 am

      Robert Pletka says it is totally safe.

      • #34 by penchant for change on May 5, 2014 - 7:03 pm

        I have read the F.S.D.’s press release pdf from last summer. What your superintendent has effectively done is put the taxpayers on the hook for future damages that these children may suffer.

        Dr. Pletka was not qualified to make that statement. He has also has exposed himself personally for liability as well. I have repeatedly urged you to hit them where it hurts. Hit the in the pocketbook.

      • #35 by amateur night on May 6, 2014 - 9:31 am

        so does Schulzeepoo

        • #36 by Joe Imbriano on May 6, 2014 - 9:39 am

          That is correct. He has put himself out as an expert and gone on record as stating that wireless is safe and advocating for wireless classrooms.

  16. #37 by Observant Parent on May 8, 2014 - 5:51 pm

    What will it take to wake up?

    Our school’s superintendent refused to examine wireless health impacts.

    He isn’t able to recognize that there is a problem, even if it is right in front of his face. He and his wife think that it’s normal for their 11 year-old daughter to take pain pills for migraines when she comes home from school.

    Even his daughter’s regular nose bleeds can’t get his attention.

    These folks are blind.

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