Wireless brainwash

Canada’s national security is in greater peril today than at any time in our nation’s history

Canada’s national security is in greater peril today than at any time in our nation’s history, thanks to former Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s government’s indefensibly stupid and dangerous decision to allow electric utilities to use wireless ‘smart’ meters in our national electric power grid. Anything wireless can be jammed or even incinerated.

The health and safety of every person in Canada is in greater danger today than at any time in our history because of the cabal of so-called international radiation regulatory agencies, of which Health Canada and Industry Canada have long been integral members.

Health Canada continues to allow the powerful wireless and telecom industry and electric power utilities to introduce virtually any wireless device or product they wish (all of which emit hazardous non-thermal microwave radiation) even though not one, repeat, not one has ever had to undergo pre-market, independent testing to ensure it is safe to be used by, on and around, people of all ages, all sizes, and all levels of wellness on a continuous 24/7/365 day basis.

Provincial health officers know nothing about this form of radiation and therefore simply ‘rubber-stamp’ whatever Health Canada says is ‘safe.’

This unthinkably evil nightmare could not possibly happen were it not for the sinful silence of mainstream news media, in both Canada and the U.S., who are preventing the public from knowing the truth.

James G. “Jerry” FlynnBowser

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