Saturday, September 22, 2007

Cell Masts of DANGER Blog anniversary approaches

It is almost one year since this blog has been launched...

our first installments addressed these issues:

Sunday, October 15, 2006

Mobile Phone giants endanger health of Citizens in Trinidad & Tobago

Telecommunication giants Digicel, BMOBILE and TSTT are together ignoring health and safety of the citizens of Trinidad & Tobago with irresponsible erection of mobile phone masts in residential and near /on academic facilities.

Concerted Opposition cannot be ignored...The current PNM Minister responsible for Planning and Development needs to immediately address this serious issue of STANDARDS.

What about Town and Country planning?

What about the local Government departments? What about transparency in Public Affairs?Where are the regulations?

Is it possible that individuals can accept financial reward and ignore the process of consultation of their neighbour's? Why should such unscrupulous activity be allowed to continue???.

In the absence of any response on this issue=appropriate Political action will have to be explored. In fact the political survival of the party is at stake. This blog is dedicated to this unresolved issue.

Friday, October 20, 2006

Electronic pollution

Electrical pollution, invisible, silent, odorless, tasteless, is the perfect pollutant, as we have not evolved any methods of sensing its presence. A few people, like me, have become "electrically sensitive" and are able to know when we are being exposed due to the symptoms that we experience. Most people, even when exposed to levels and wave lengths that are literally killing them, never notice a thing.

Although a growing number of people are apprehensive about living near a cell tower, very few people are yet aware we are being affected by health-damaging high frequencies broadcast from the wiring of our own homes. Not all of us are exposed to wireless sources, but virtually everyone in electrified countries is exposed 24/7 in our homes, schools and workplaces to electrical frequencies that are damaging our health.

Never the less the struggle to raise consciousness continues... So many thanks for to you our dedicated readers/researchers and partner organisations.

Saturday, September 01, 2007

The struggle continues

Though honoured by the recent announcement, I am not motivated to rest on my laurels...I have had very distressing news in my email inbox as regards the continuing onslaught of communities internationally with these "KILLER" masts...
So the struggle continues...
My sincerest thanks for expressed sentiments including all congratulations received on my recent honour