Please share info about the rallies with friends — let’s make our voices heard.
Rallies in BC – Saturday, July 27, 2019:
Maple Ridge – 11:00 am, July 27 – gathering at MP Dan Ruimy’s office, 22369 Lougheed Hwy.
Vancouver – 2:00-4:30 pm, July 27 – gathering in the south-east corner of Creekside Park, between Olympic Village and Telus Science World on Quebec Street.
Victoria – 10:30 am to Noon, July 27 – gathering on the steps of the BC Legislature. For more info: firstname.lastname@example.org
Get your signs ready and let’s make our voices heard. And keep your signs for the next Action Day.
Flyers & Signs:
– https://www.americansforresponsibletech.org/toolkit & https://www.americansforresponsibletech.org/signs
– https://stopsmartmetersbc.com/more/5g-enodeb-microcells-small-cells/ (scroll down to Handouts & Signs)
If there is no rally being organized in your area, please consider having a table at libraries, rec. centres, and summer markets where you can hand out material and talk with people about this. Or hold a coffee meeting with friends and neighbours, show them the “Soccer Mom” video [Local Soccer Mom Versus Multi Billion 5G Industry – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6M7YFI0I9kI]. This must be a grassroots issue because the governments are silent on the issue and the media is muzzled.
For more info that might be useful to hand out, etc. go to: https://www.5gcrisis.com/
1) Just some reminders why we’re fighting this so strenuously. I read stories like this nearly every day. So sad….
Fundraiser being planned for Manti mother with aggressive brain cancer
“Amber, 40, woke up with a headache on June 3. She has a history of migraines, so for several days, doctors just recommended pain medication, according to her husband, Garrett, who works at C.O. Building Systems in Ephraim.
On June 8, she went into Utah Valley Regional Medical Center (UVRMC), where tests showed a type of tumor called a glioblastoma in the left lobe of her brain.”
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Beloved Loyola teacher Sean Ryan dies after battle with brain tumour
“In a post published on the school’s website, Donovan revealed that Ryan, 35, had passed away surrounded by his wife and mother…
After suffering a grand mal seizure, Ryan was taken by ambulance to Lakeshore General Hospital in Pointe-Claire. He was then transferred to the Montreal Neurological Institute, where an MRI scan revealed a Stage 4 glioblastoma multiforme brain tumour.”
2) Out-going Victoria MP, Murray Rankin, is head of security review. What is he doing about Huawei, its transmitters and involvement in every aspect of the 5G grid? In his new role, what will he do?
The wireless grid is very vulnerable to hacking and to have a known hacker, a country attacking various agencies regularly, is just asking for an attack that could end up with our losing power for months or longer. They must be stopped. Please send Mr. Rankin articles and pleas to protect our security and privacy. His current email address (as MP) is: Murray.Rankin@parl.gc.ca
Outgoing NDP MP Murray Rankin tapped to chair new security review agency
“The review agency will also have full access to all information held by the federal government, including its most classified and sensitive documents, with the sole exception being information subject to cabinet confidence.
The NSIRA will also hear public complaints regarding the activities of the federal institutions, as well as complaints regarding the federal government’s security clearance process.”
3) Nowhere in Canada will be free of EMR thanks to the many thousands of satellites that Elon Musk and Amazon will be putting up in low orbits for “faster internet”. Now Canada says it is going to put up its own satellites. Why is this necessary? It’s not, really, with all of these others. More money spent to emit more radiation over a huge area that is already suffering from climate change.
Canada invests $85M into advanced satellites to connect rural, remote regions
“The federal government is investing $85 million into an advanced satellite technology designed to expand access to affordable, high-speed internet across Canada’s rural and remote regions…
Other companies have announced bigger plans using similar technology: Amazon is behind a 3,200-satellite project; entrepreneur Elon Musk’s SpaceX has a vision for a 12,000-satellite network. Satellites in low orbit can provide much faster, more responsive digital services than ones in high orbit that are available already, but it takes far more of them to cover the same area.
In March, the federal government earmarked between $5 billion and $6 billion in new investments over the next decade for a plan to make sure 95 per cent of Canadian homes and businesses will have access to high-speed Internet by 2026.
It also set a target of 100-per-cent connectivity throughout the country by 2030.”
From: “Janis Hoffmann” (name given with permission)
To: email@example.com, “elizabeth may” <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: July 25, 2019 9:29:33 AM
Subject: Re: The whole country is watching the South Island
The ministries of the BC government refusal to answer emails concerning the health effects of microwave radiation from wireless technology in our schools and the installation of the never been tested for safety, 5G frequency is going to mean our 3 large groups of BC citizens will be voting green! This is going to be an election issue. The people of BC have been denied their right to protect themselves from the irreversible health effects from microwave radiation exposure. The science shows “clear evidence” of health effects!
We voted for change and you have proven to be no better than the Liberal Government.
We have been lied to
On 2019-07-25 8:02 a.m., Your local BC NDP team wrote:
People everywhere are facing the same challenges. In BC, we have the only progressive government left in Canada, and people are looking to us for answers.
So, let’s keep our movement strong. With your help, we can show everyone what’s possible.
As a part of the BC NDP, we’re committed to supporting initiatives that make peoples’ lives better, wherever they may be – the South Island, throughout BC, and even beyond.
But as your Langford-Juan de Fuca BC NDP team, our first and strongest focus is on support for initiatives that truly matter to people like you.
Continuing to ease the cost of living
Implementing the CleanBC plan to address climate change
Continuing to increase access to healthcare
Turning priorities into real progress isn’t easy. But our government has already made good on three quarters of our campaign commitments, in just two years. We can get it done.
Still, the BC Liberals are determined to derail our work. They’re campaigning aggressively at a local level and trying to force an early election.
To counter this and keep making progress for the people of BC, we also need to focus on local campaigning. That’s why we’re asking you to donate what you can to the Langford-Juan de Fuca BC NDP.
Your donations help us to fund essential campaign work. More importantly, they allow us to build our local team. And, with your support, our little team could make a huge difference.
Thanks for everything you do,
– Your Langford-Juan de Fuca BC NDP Team (p.s. Premier Horgan is the MLA for this area , from Sharon)
Sharon Noble, Director, Coalition to Stop Smart Meters
“The truth is inconvertible. Panic may resent it, ignorance may deride it, malice may distort it. But there it is.” ~ Winston Churchill