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Feb 18, 2012, 8:04:43 AM2/18/12
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Resolution 15

Please pass this email and attachments to anyone linked to the fire service! 

The author, Susan Foster has asked that these links are posted widely on all blogs and web sites.


---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Susan Foster
Date: Fri, Feb 17, 2012 at 9:36 PM
Subject: RE: Canadian catholic Teachers have rejected WiFi - Res 15 Firefighter Study

Hi Sarah,

I'm happy to share what is public information.  I organized a medical study looking at brain function as it translated to important neurological function in our first responders -- this study focused on a group of California firefighters who had lived in the shadow of a powerful cell tower that beamed across their living quarters 24/7 -- much like the proliferation of 4G towers we see "everywhere" today. We found neurological abnormalities in all 6 of the firefighters tested. As a result I authored the original version of Resolution 15, which was then amended and perfected by a coalition of American and Canadian firefighters and experts. We then took this message to the International Association of Firefighters (IAFF) convention in Boston in 2004. Res 15 passed overwhelmingly and was amended on the floor to add a moratorium until further study could be completed.

Dr Magda Havas and Janet Newton then summarized the existing science as it related to the work accomplished and the light we had shown on the fact that the strongest of the strong appeared to be significantly impacted by RF (microwave) radiation from cell towers. If these men sustained damage, what of our children??? The thought terrifies me.

Here is Res 15 which sparked a heightened concern, our press release, and the follow-up paper.   More medical information will be revealed in a book I am currently writing.

In return, I would ask if you could please share this information with as many firefighters as possible in the UK/Canada/US. They can contact me directly at susan.f...@gmail.com or on Facebook: Susan Foster (Rancho Santa Fe CA).  I will always respond and do what I can to help the firefighters. The firefighters in the US & Canada can rely on the IAFF in Washington DC to help them fight towers if the president of the union writes and formally requests assistance of the IAFF Health and Safety Committee.


SUSAN FOSTER, MSW

15957 Avenida Calma

Rancho Santa Fe CA 92091

susan.f...@gmail.com

 


On Fri, Feb 17, 2012 at 1:54 PM, Sue Parsons wrote:

Hi Sarah,

this is the contact page for the union.  http://www.oecta.on.ca/wps/portal/contact
It is a contact form but works just as well.

 

Sue


On Fri, Feb 17, 2012 at 5:38 AM, Sarah Dacre wrote:

Can others please send a quick thank you to the (Canadian) Catholic Teachers Union for calling for an end to Wi-Fi in the schools?  They need positive comments as the other side is bombarding them with negative input.

Thank you!!!

From: Susan Foster
Sent: Thursday, February 16, 2012 7:30 AM
To: 'cont...@oecta.on.ca' Subject: Thank you from California!

As the organizer of a brain study on firefighters in California exposed to 24/7 RF radiation (microwave radiation), and as the original author of Res 15 passed (see attached) by the International Association of Firefighters (IAFF) in August 2004 which calls for a moratorium on placement of cell towers in firestations until we can do a $1 million study, I applaud the Catholic Teachers Union for calling for an end to Wi-Fi.

You are protecting the children in your schools, and yourselves, neurologically and immunologically.  Thank you for taking a brave stand. Any opposition to your position will be, I am quite sure, motivated by financial gain of loss thereof.

Stay strong and know people around the world stand with you.


SUSAN FOSTER, MSW
15957 Avenida Calma
Rancho Santa Fe CA 92091
USA


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http://www.buergerwelle.de:8080/helma/twoday/bwnews/search?q=Magda+Havas

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Res 15 Press Release.pdf
Resolution 15 IAFF.docx
Resolution No. 15.docx
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