Did you know that Russia directed electromagnetic radiation at the US embassy from 1953-1976 in attempt to listen in on their conversations? They used the same low-frequency radiation that our cell phones emit everyday and discovered more than just what was being said…
Not long after they began this silent attack, the Americans at the compound became ill with memory loss, brain fog, loss of focus, and insomnia. The US ambassador to Russia developed leukemia and had to return to the US. Some time later, his replacement also developed leukemia. The Russians called these symptoms the “Radiofrequency Sickness Syndrome.”
Some argue that this is not a real medical condition, but it seems that there must be some correlation especially considering we have found links to these side effects and more today:
Whether or not yet proven, there has been evidence and speculation of all of these side effects from mobile radiation. Shouldn’t we express caution just on the principle of speculation? People used to think that smoking had no effect on your health and it took over a century to prove this wrong after much speculation.
It does not help that the CTIA (Wireless Association), which acts as the supplier for cell phones, is acting against us. In May 2015 in Berkeley, California, citizens requested an ordinance be passed requiring warning labels on cell phones.
The CTIA sued the city of Berkeley because the warning “violates the First Amendment” by forcing cell phone companies to “tell lies.” Theodore Olson, the lawyer representing the CTIA, went as far as saying that the ordinance is “alarmist.”
The reality is hiding in your cell phone manual. The iPhone 4 “Important Product Information Guide” states that you should keep your phone at least 5/8 inch (15mm) away from your body when turned on and connected to a wireless network (so, all the time).
If it’s already in the tiny print instructions, why can’t we have the same warning more accessibly? The Russians knew something was up years ago, why is there still so much opposition? It is time to evaluate and accept the evidence and take precaution–even if there is simply a tendency to a symptom, this does not mean we are completely safe.
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