View CHD Webinar and Q&A re OTARD Lawsuit

By Children’s Health Defense (CHD), June 30, 2021 | Original The Defender article here.

Watch the webinar and Q & A session regarding the filing of CHD’s main brief in its case against the Federal Communications Commission’s amendment of the OTARD rule, allowing base station antennas, including 5G, on homes without notice to neighbors or any ability to object their installation. The rule preempts state and zoning laws as well as federal and state disability laws and unlawfully violates numerous constitutional rights. CHD’s case challenging the rule was filed on 2/26/21; the main brief in the case was filed on 6/23/21. In this webinar, attorneys Dafna Tachover, Director of CHD’s 5G & Wireless Harms Project, and Scott McCollough, a seasoned telecommunications and administrative law attorney and CHD’s lead attorney for this case, explain in layman’s terms what OTARD is and discuss the arguments they raised in the brief. They were also joined by attorney Petra Brokken to discuss the Amicus Brief she spearheaded that was filed on behalf of 68 organizations representing over 1,000,000 people. The Amicus Brief was filed on 6/30/21.

Learn what you can do to oppose OTARD in your community.

Personal Message

From Dafna Tachover, Esq:

The CHD Principal Brief Was Filed on Wed, June 23

We think we have a good case and are pleased with the brief we filed.

  • Read the here or here.
  • Read also a The Defender article which provides a good summary of the legal arguments we raised in our brief.

In addition to the brief, we filed 11 affidavits including 3 expert affidavits and an addendum which includes a collection of 246 personal comments filed with the FCC describing the suffering of adults and children from wireless and the negative effects the OTARD rule may cause. The addendum also includes a table that analyzes close to 500 comments filed with the FCC. We color code the issue raised, which shows that the FCC ignored the comments and the issues that were raised in violation of the Administrative Procedures Act.

Amicus Brief for the OTARD Case Was Filed on Wed, June 30

On Wednesday, dozens of organizations in the US filed an Amicus Brief in the OTARD case. Petra Brokken, from Safe Tech Minnesota initiated and organized the brief. The attorney who filed the Amicus, Stephen Dias-Gavin, was one of the attorneys in the successful case against the FCC’s 5G “small cell” regulation for preempting National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) review. #### Personal Note from Dafna Tachover

I am very grateful to W. Scott McCollough, Esq. for his brilliance, skills and effort. When I read the brief for the last time, I thought the brief was excellent and a job well done. I was glad that our hard word resulted in a brief we can all be very proud to file with the court. As an Electromagnetically Sensitive (EMS) person who is suffering from exposures to excessive RF Electromagnetic Microwave Radiation (RF-EMR) in our environment, I felt that the brief stated the case perfectly.

The FCC’s OTARD (Over-the-air reception device) amendment attempts to take all our rights to oppose this unnecessary rollout of the 4G/5G surveillance and crowd control grid. The OTARD case is the case that can achieve acknowledgement and substantive protection for EMS Americans. Now that the US government via the FCC and OTARD, made it clear that it is intending to sacrifice the sick on the altar of wireless, the DC Circuit Court of Appeals judges, will have to make a statement about our rights. This is the purpose of our brief. I concluded my affidavit to the court with Gandhi’s words: “The true measure of any society can be found in how it treats its most vulnerable members.”

Principal Brief Filed in Children’s Health Defense’s Cases Against FCC Rule Allowing Base Station Antennas on Homes

CHD Press Release

Children’s Health Defense, June 27, 2021

Washington, DC – Children’s Health Defense (CHD) filed its principal brief on Wednesday, in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia in its case against the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). The case challenges the agency’s amendment of its “Over-the-Air Reception Devices” (OTARD) Rule that went into effect on March 29, 2021. The case was filed on February 26, 2021.

CHD is opposing the amended rule, which allows fixed wireless companies to contract with private property owners, including homeowners, to place point-to-point antennas on their property and, for the first time, add carrier-grade base station antenna installations to extend wireless service, including 5G, to users over a wide area.

The rule preempted all state and local zoning laws. No application, permit or notice to neighboring properties is required. Homeowners’ associations and deed restrictions and any other state laws are preempted.

CHD argued that the FCC failed to provide significant and sufficient policy reasons to justify these sweeping preemptions and therefore violated the Administrative Procedures Act.

The organization claims that The FCC’s rule amendment is not authorized by the Communications Act, and conflicts with other laws and policies protecting public interest and property rights.

The rule amendment preemption of federal and state civil rights laws protecting the disabled was the focus of CHD’s brief.

According to experts’ declarations filed with the brief, many children and adults suffer from Microwave Radiation Sickness, or other conditions aggravated by wireless radiation exposure. The preemptions allow non-consensual radiation to be forced on those who can be severely harmed by it, constructively evicting them from their homes while removing their right for accommodation and all their due process rights.

CHD argued that the amended rule is inconsistent with policies underlying federal and state disabilities laws.

According to the brief, the amendment also violates vested constitutional personal rights and liberties secured by the First, Fourth, Fifth, Eighth, Ninth, and Tenth Amendments, and rights that have been recognized by the Supreme Court as fundamental, including rights to “life,” “property,” “liberty,” “bodily-integrity” and privacy-related rights.

CHD’s brief claims that the FCC treats those who are sick as a “barrier” for deployment and that the elimination of their due process rights by the FCC is “calculated and deliberate.”

The FCC’s Reply brief is due on 8/23/21.

Brief Filed Against FCC by Children’s Health Defense, Challenging 5G Installations

Children’s Health Defense (CHD) filed its main brief on June 23 in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia in its case against the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). The case challenges the agency’s amendment of its “Over-the-Air Reception Devices” (OTARD) Rule that went into effect on March 29, 2021.

The case was filed on February 26, 2021. CHD is opposing the amended rule, which allows fixed wireless companies to contract with private property owners, including homeowners, to place point-to-point antennas on their property and, for the first time, add carrier-grade base station antenna installations to extend wireless service, including 5G, to users over a wide area.

The rule preempted all state and local zoning laws. No application, permit or notice to neighboring properties is required. Homeowners’ associations and deed restrictions and any other state laws are preempted. CHD argued that the FCC failed to provide significant and sufficient policy reasons to justify these sweeping preemptions and therefore violated the Administrative Procedures Act. The organization claims that the FCC’s rule amendment is not authorized by the Communications Act, and conflicts with other laws and policies protecting public interest and property rights.

The rule amendment preemption of federal and state civil rights laws protecting the disabled was the focus of CHD’s brief.

According to experts’ declarations filed with the brief, many children and adults suffer from Microwave Radiation Sickness, or other conditions aggravated by wireless radiation exposure. The preemptions allow non-consensual radiation to be forced on those who can be severely harmed by it, constructively evicting them from their homes while removing their right for accommodation and all their due process rights.

CHD argued that the amended rule is inconsistent with policies underlying federal and state disabilities laws.

According to the brief, the amendment also violates vested constitutional personal rights and liberties secured by the First, Fourth, Fifth, Eighth, Ninth, and Tenth Amendments, and rights that have been recognized by the Supreme Court as fundamental, including rights to “life,” “property,” “liberty,” “bodily-integrity” and privacy-related rights.

CHD’s brief claims that the FCC treats those who are sick as a “barrier” for deployment and that the elimination of their due process rights by the FCC is “calculated and deliberate.”

The FCC’s Reply brief is due on Aug 23, 2021.

Dense 4G/5G Rollout in Tucson Meets Strong Opposition

Adapted from an article and news report by Chorus Nylander, June 14, 2021 | KVOA News 4 Tucson article here

TUCSON (KVOA) – It’s the highly anticipated future for mobile service but for many Tucsonans 5G is not a future they asked for. These days dense 4G/5G Wireless Telecommunications Facilities (WTFs) are popping up just about everywhere, and many homeowners tell the News 4 Tucson Investigators that they are furious.

Tucson resident Bryan Goldkuhl said:

“They Hid It From Us Until the Last Minute.”

 

Goldkuhl is outraged after a 4G/5G WTF was put up across the street from his home:

“They started by jacking pipe underneath the street that was probably three months ago. When we asked them about it, they told us they were just putting in fiber optic cable then when we found out it was for a cell tower, now we’re being told it’s too late to do anything about it,”

He’s not alone, a group of neighbors from Tucson’s Peter Howell neighborhood held a protest a couple weeks ago against the installation of several towers in the area, one by a school.

“This is happening because Verizon and AT&T would like to implement what our future should look like nobody asked us if we wanted this,” said Lisa Smith.

The telecommunication companies, mainly Verizon and AT&T right now, are able to move with such haste and not be slowed by community opposition due to the City Council of Tucson not reading carefully enough a State law, House Bill 2365, that was passed in 2017. The bill allows the companies to install so-called “small” Wireless Telecommunications Facilities (sWTFs) within the rights-of-way without following normal permitting procedures. Arizona was the first state to pass such a law for the dense 4G/5G rollout.

Even though HB.2365 purports to limits local government’s ability to have a say where the towers go, the law does provide exceptions for the city to regulate the operations of WTFs of any size or any “G” to ensure that the City, as a joint venture partner in this roll out, delivers actual public safety to Tusconsans.

“§9-592 (K). An authority shall approve an application unless the authority finds that the utility pole fails to comply with any of the following . . . Local code provisions or regulations that concern any of the following: (a) public safety.”

Even Councilmember Steve Kozachik seems confused about how the Federal and State Telecom laws apply to the City of Tucson, seeming oblivious to the actual words of these important laws:

Tucson Councilmember Steve Kozachik:

“Based on work that the telecom industry has done lobbying congress at both the federal and state level, they have basically taken our voice out of where we can compel these things to go,” said Tucson Ward 6 councilmember Steve Kozachik.

Kozachik has been hosting discussions with representatives from the telecom companies, but has been unwilling to meet wit Tucson residents and discuss what these residents did: they beat the Tucson City Attorney to the punch by writing and submitting a protective Tucsonans’ Wireless Telecommunications Facilities Ordinance, over three months ago in early April.

Kozachik is only “urging” Telecom companies to focus on what’s called collocation, which is installing the overpowered 4G/5G equipment onto or next to existing infrastructure like power poles and street lights. Instead, Kozachik and the City Council members could be limiting the maximum power output from these WTFs to that which provides Telecommunications Signal Strengths sufficient for telecommunications service (-85 dBm to -125 dBm) — and no higher.

Professional measurements for a Verizon sWTF in Sacramento, CA provide evidence that a typical sWTF 60 feet from a second-story bedrooms is way overpowered: in the bedroom of the two little girls who sickened in a matter of weeks, Wireless Signal Strength that was 30 million times higher than -85 dBm).

Instead of taking matters into his own hands, Kozachik appealed to the Telecom Cos:

“Our constituents are your customers and you ought to care about that. The first question your site selector ought to ask is would I want that in front of my house if the answer is no then find another spot.”

Many of the knowledgeable Tucson homeowners said they have evidence that proves the siting WTFs of any size or any “G” next to home lowering their home values by 20-30% and ruins the quiet enjoyment of their streets and homes.

Dr. Russell Witte, a professor of Medical Imaging, Optical Sciences, Biomedical Engineering, Applied Mathematics – GIDP, Neurosurgery and Neuroscience – GIDP, said “there are significant hazard and dangers to increasing the proliferation of microwaves in residential areas.”

Dr. Witte said he has reviewed thousands of studies on microwave radiation released from Wireless Telecommunications Facilities (WTFs) and says there is established science that proves that current power output levels, which are far below federal guidelines cause adverse biological impacts, including direct neurological injury, cognitive deficits, early dementia, blood and cardiac abnormalities, irregular heartbeats and, eventually, cancer.

Dr. Russell Witte said:

“When you actually measure exposure in homes of people because of the close proximity of these small cells they are getting much more exposure from these cells sometimes 25-30 million times more than needed for telecommunications service. And this is for 24/7 exposure: people can’t escape it or turn it off,”
We reached out to AT&T and Verizon about 5G safety. In a statement to the N4T Investigators in February, Verizon called claims of the towers being unsafe “baseless conspiracy theories” and said, “all equipment used for 5G must comply with federal safety standards. Those standards it says have wide safety margins and are designed to protect everyone, including children.”

AT&T said in an email that questions of safety didn’t directly involve them and referred us to CTIA, a company that says it’s the voice of the telecommunication industry.

After our report Monday CTIA sent us the following statement:

“Radiofrequency energy from wireless devices and networks, including 5G, has not been shown to cause health problems, according to the consensus of the international scientific community, including expert organizations such as the FDA, WHO and American Cancer Society.”

Of course, that industry trade association statement is actually false. The statement means nothing because there are medical doctors making diagnoses in 2019-2021 using WHO medical codes: ICD-10-CM Diagnosis Codes W90.0: Exposure to other Nonionizing Radiation — Radio-frequency Radiation et seq. Actual medical evidence of injury, illness and death from exposure to electromagnetic power through-the-air at power levels that are hundreds of thousands of times lower than the Federal Guidelines trumps any self-serving Wireless industry statements.

Dr. Witte said that the general public should be shown the are many peer-reviewed studies on the subject and able to make up their own minds without being labeled a conspiracy theorist to question the installation of a dense 4G/5G WTF grid in their neighborhood. He believes Wired Broadband via fiber optic cables installed directly to homes and business is far superior to Wireless broadband on nearly every measure. FTTP (Fiber to the Premises) broadband (unlike Wireless broadband) is faster, more reliable, more secure, lower cost to install, has much higher data caps (if any, at all) and does not cause adverse biological effects. In, short, FTTP is the answer because FTTP also means Freeedom to the People of Tucson.

Steve Kozachik, who is up for re-election in November, said he expects thousands of 5G towers to be installed in Tucson within a matter of months. The residents of Tucson say otherwise. It looks like a real showdown in Tucson.

If you have a story you’d like us to investigate email us at investigators@kvoa.com or call our tip line at 520-955-4444.

IARC on RF: What’s Next?

Adapted from an article by Louis Slesin, PhD, June 11, 2021 | Original Microwave News article here.

In 2019, an IARC advisory group recommended — as a “high priority” — that the agency reassess the risk after the release of the NTP and Ramazzini animal studies, both of which showed increases in tumor counts following long-term RF exposure.1 The advisory group recommended that the reevaluation be completed between 2022 and 2024.

Briefing at the European Parliament

On May 30, just three days after colloquium of the German Federal Office of Radiation Protection (known as the BfS), the European Parliament held a briefing on 5G radiation and health at which Michèle Rivasi, a member from France, called for action. “It is time for IARC to reevaluate the impact of RF radiation on health,” she said.

Fiorella Belpoggi, the lead author of the Ramazzini RF–animal study, was the first speaker at the briefing. She has urged IARC to do a fresh cancer assessment ever since her findings were released in 2018.

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A Much Bigger, Dumber Plan

by Karl Bode; Dec 20 2017; Original article here.

The attack on Net Neutrality is just one small part of a much bigger, dumber plan: the end goal is blind deregulation of federal and state oversight of big telecom.

Internet users have been justly outraged by the FCC’s decision to ignore the public and repeal net neutrality rules. But few media outlets or internet users seem to understand that the net neutrality repeal is just one small part of a massive, larger plan to eliminate nearly all meaningful federal and state oversight of some of the least-liked and least-competitive companies in America.

To be clear: the net neutrality repeal itself is awful policy that ignores both the will of the public and the people who built the damn internet. It eliminates a wide variety of consumer protections that prevent incumbent ISPs from abusing a lack of competition in the broadband market.

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Napa Clears Verizon to Top Traffic and Light Poles With Close Proximity Microwave Radiation Transmitters

HOWARD YUNE | hyune@napanews.com Dec 20, 2017; Original article here.

Across Napa, city-owned light poles and traffic signal poles will start taking on a new look – courtesy of an agreement between the city of Napa and Verizon Wireless.

Micowave Radiation transmitters will start appearing on utility poles owned by the city, under a rollout meant to improve cellphone and Wireless Internet reception while creating a backbone for synchronized stoplights and, Napa hopes, less congestion on the streets below. The City Council signed off on the plan Tuesday afternoon, nearly a year after expressing support for improved cellular coverage instead of a never-built implementations of citywide Wi-Fi service.

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New Set of Palo Alto Cell Towers Proposed for Residential Zones

Oppose This Unconstitutional Expansion of
Wireless into Residential Zones

Watch highly-educated, well-informed Palo Alto residents who oppose
so-called “Small Cell” cell towers in residential neighborhoods
(View from 1:03:53 to 1:10:25 in this video)


On 6/27/16, Verizon Wireless signed a Master License Agreement (“MLA”) with the City of Palo Alto allowing the attachment of antennas and other equipment (so-called “Small Cell” Cell Towers) on city owned poles in the public Right-of-Way for a paltry $260 per antenna per year.

  • Ninety-three (93) such wireless communication facility (“WCF”) installations are currently planned to be co-located on wood utility poles and metal streetlights. – Approximately seventy-nine (79) of these small cells are proposed to be colocated on existing wood utility poles;
  • Fourteen (14) small cells are proposed to be installed on existing city streetlights.
  • The fifteen (15) cell towers shown in the image target the Midtown, Palo Verde, St. Claire Gardens, and South of Midtown neighborhoods.
  • These proposed so-called “Small Cell” Cell Towers are purported to provide the City of Palo Alto with better Verizon network capacity and coverage, but are they really needed? Palo Alto already has full Verizon coverage and Verizon has not proven that there is a significant gap in coverage in these targeted neighborhoods.

Is This Wireless Expansion Needed or Even Legal?

Comcast and AT&T Funded Millions of Fake Net Neutrality Comments

“Illegal schemes are unacceptable,” says New York Attorney General Letitia James

By Cortney O’Brien, May 7, 2021 | Original Fox New article here.

Jen Psaki admitting that Biden taking impromptu questions from reporters is not something the White House recommends and more round out today’s top media headlines.

The Office of New York Attorney General Letitia James has revealed in a new report that nearly 18 million of the more than 22 million comments the FCC received during its 2017 rulemaking were fake, intended to support the repeal of net neutrality, the idea that internet service providers (ISPs) should provide all online content equally and prevent them from favoring their own services or customers over their competitors.

A $4.2 million effort funded by Broadband for America, which includes major internet providers like AT&T, Comcast and Charter, reportedly accounted for more than 8.5 million of the fake FCC comments. Millions more were submitted by a teenage college student in California.
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The Hippocratic Oath is Being CANCELLED

By Tore Maras , Apr 12, 2021 | Original post here

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There have been many reports lately that Doctors and Medical Institutions are electing to REFUSE treatment. They refuse treatment because they feel they do not have to respect the will of the patient. Lately, a barrage of grievances and complaints are coming from citizens. The content is consistent in how their doctors do not care for their personal beliefs or care for their religious beliefs and say, “I do not have to treat you.”

It’s happening all over the world. The MSM has elevated doctors and nurses to a status of “GODS” and has called them heroes, yet these heroes have elevated themselves to DEMAGOGUES.

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We must revisit the ORIGINAL Hippocratic Oath and the REVISED version – both of which infer to DO NO HARM.

ORIGINAL HIPPOCRATIC OATH

I swear by Apollo Healer, by Asclepius, by Hygieia, by Panacea, and by all the gods and goddesses, making them my witnesses, that I will carry out, according to my ability and judgment, this oath and this indenture.

To hold my teacher in this art equal to my own parents; to make him partner in my livelihood; when he is in need of money to share mine with him; to consider his family as my own brothers, and to teach them this art, if they want to learn it, without fee or indenture; to impart precept, oral instruction, and all other instruction to my own sons, the sons of my teacher, and to indentured pupils who have taken the Healer’s oath, but to nobody else.

I will use those dietary regimens which will benefit my patients according to my greatest ability and judgment, and I will do no harm or injustice to them. Neither will I administer a poison to anybody when asked to do so, nor will I suggest such a course. Similarly I will not give to a woman a pessary to cause abortion. But I will keep pure and holy both my life and my art. I will not use the knife, not even, verily, on sufferers from stone, but I will give place to such as are craftsmen therein.

Into whatsoever houses I enter, I will enter to help the sick, and I will abstain from all intentional wrong-doing and harm, especially from abusing the bodies of man or woman, bond or free. And whatsoever I shall see or hear in the course of my profession, as well as outside my profession in my intercourse with men, if it be what should not be published abroad, I will never divulge, holding such things to be holy secrets.

Now if I carry out this oath, and break it not, may I gain for ever reputation among all men for my life and for my art; but if I break it and forswear myself, may the opposite befall me.

Translation by WHS

Med Students Craft Hippocratic Oath Addressing Racial Injustice : Shots

Med Students Craft Hippocratic Oath Addressing Racial Injustice : Shots

REVISED HIPPOCRATIC OATH

I swear to fulfill, to the best of my ability and judgment, this covenant:

I will respect the hard-won scientific gains of those physicians in whose steps I walk, and gladly share such knowledge as is mine with those who are to follow.

I will apply, for the benefit of the sick, all measures [that] are required, avoiding those twin traps of overtreatment and therapeutic nihilism.

I will remember that there is art to medicine as well as science, and that warmth, sympathy, and understanding may outweigh the surgeon’s knife or the chemist’s drug.

I will not be ashamed to say “I know not”, nor will I fail to call in my colleagues when the skills of another are needed for a patient’s recovery.

I will respect the privacy of my patients, for their problems are not disclosed to me that the world may know. Most especially must I tread with care in matters of life and death. If it is given me to save a life, all thanks. But it may also be within my power to take a life; this awesome responsibility must be faced with great humbleness and awareness of my own frailty. Above all, I must not play at God.

I will remember that I do not treat a fever chart, a cancerous growth, but a sick human being, whose illness may affect the person’s family and economic stability. My responsibility includes these related problems, if I am to care adequately for the sick.

I will prevent disease whenever I can, for prevention is preferable to cure.

I will remember that I remain a member of society, with special obligations to all my fellow human beings, those sound of mind and body as well as the infirm.

If I do not violate this oath, may I enjoy life and art, respected while I live and remembered with affection thereafter. May I always act so as to preserve the finest traditions of my calling and may I long experience the joy of healing those who seek my help.

The Hippocratic Oath Today

Incredibly, from ancient times privacy and respect were key components as physicians have the power to heal and to destroy a person. It seems that physicians are now considering CHOICES on who gets treatment and who doesn’t. This was observed in NAZI Germany and Soviet Russia, where Jews, or NON-COMPLIANT citizens, were left to die. What has happened to our medical professionals?

MEDICAL INSTITUTIONS

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Doctors are now FORCED to vaccinate, or they lose their insurance coverages. Hospitals FORCE Doctors to give medicine and or treatments that are not always in the best interest of a patient. Doctors no longer CARE for the patient’s wishes but what their INSTITUTIONS or other influencing operators tell them.

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Last week, St. Vincent’s government told the island residents that they would NOT be EVACUATED if they were not vaccinated. In other words: Get Vaccinate or Burn.

RELATED ARTICLE: St. Vincent’s Island | OBEY OR BURN

People cannot TRUST their medical professionals. The medical professionals have now decided that they are ABOVE any archaic oath because they get to decide what human life is worth fussing over and which is not.

In essence, if you do not OBEY, you will not receive treatment. How is this even happening in our great nation of the United States of America? We have doctors refusing treatment, clinics refusing access for health based on immune status (non-COVID vaccinated people NOT ALLOWED), and simply because they said so.

WHERE IS THE SCIENCE?

Vaccines use LIVE (barely) specimens of viruses to innoculate patients. How come there is no LIVE VIRUS sample of COVID? No laboratory has received ANY virus specimen, yet the “cure” is making humans PRODUCE the virus? It’s 2021, and the information we have access to is at our fingertips. How can they obfuscate facts and try to convince people to overlook facts? Medical Doctors and Nurses have been educated in FACTS. Why are they ignoring facts for social justice and groupthink at the expense of patients?

The worse thing about this is that people are dependent on doctors for health conditions to be monitored, and these actions and behaviors are abused with the power vested in them. OBEY or DIE.

It is dangerous when PEOPLE fear their DOCTORS. It’s dangerous when the fourth unelected branch – THE CORPORATIONS – OWN your doctors. Patients are money for doctors – therefore, your disobedience is a cost to them.

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“You always thought you are a consumer for the corporations. It turns out you are the one being consumed by the corporations.” #LETTHATSINKIN

How is any of this OK? Cancel culture, obey or die, and refusing to treat patients are all crimes against humanity and reminiscent of what Adolf Hitler did. History is indeed repeating itself, and the new “nazis” can’t even see the crimes they are committing in the name of virtue signaling and “science.”

Hippocrates is rolling over in his grave.

To All Doctors and Nurses :

REMEMBER YOUR OATH

New 4G/5G WTF Pole Disturbs Graves in Historic Tucson Neighborhood

Adapted from an article by Henry Brean, Apr 10, 2021 | Original Arizona Daily Star article here.

Dispute in Dunbar Spring Highlights Emerging, Thorny Legal Issues of sWTFs Being Constructed in Tucson’s Residential Neighborhoods

Note:

  • WTF = Wireless Telecommunications Facility of any size or any “G”.
  • sWTF = So-called “small” Wireless Telecommunications Facility, which may be small in dimension, but can be large in maximum power output.

An AT&T cell tower — not co-located, at all — at North Stone Avenue
and East University Boulevard.
Nearby, AT&T has plans to build another sWTF pole,
atop the old Court Street Cemetery, which was closed in 1909.

Dozens of sWTFs — heavy-industrial equipment that pollutes neighborhoods and ruins the quiet enjoyment of streets — are being constructed in Tucson’s public rights-of-way — even in residential neighborhoods, to overserve cellular customers — with maximum power output that is often more than 25 million times higher than needed for wireless phone calls.

Tucson residents are now pushing back with substantial written evidence placed in the City of Tucson public record about the certain harms caused by these sWTFs: public safety, privacy and property value harms. Insufficiently-regulated construction of these sWTFs violate both federal and state Telecom laws. The dispute centers on the Tucson City Attorney’s “very loose interpretation” of the term co-location — which is the addition of wireless antennas on facilities that already have them. One Tucson neighborhood, now, has a seemingly unique complaint: putting up sWTFs on poles could disturb the bones of those buried beneath its streets and homes.

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