A public meeting at St John’s Hall Mullumbimby last Saturday heard of the dangers of electromagnetic radiation (EMR) from scientists, medical professionals and lawyers.
It was called after Telstra proposed a telecoms tower in Wilsons Creek.
Co-organiser Victoria Castles said Oceania Radiofrequency Scientific Advisory Association (ORSAA) scientist Victor Leach gave a succinct presentation of the ‘smokescreen’ that is analogous to the current biologically unviable standards of EMR.
‘[This is a] wildfire that is burning dangerously, blanketed by the smoke and perpetuating a state of ignorance and compliance/complacency by those who not only choose to deny the plethora of independent scientific peer-reviewed data and studies being done worldwide, but seemingly knowingly exposing the population to, at best, potentially biologically damaging radiation,’ she said.
Castles also said ‘Dr Russell Cooper provided medical evidence substantiating this, and also spoke of the illness of EMR hypersensitivity and the biological markers that demonstrate that this is a biological illness not a psychological illness, as sufferers often are branded with having.’
‘Barrister Raymond Broomhall spoke of legal implications of the “harmful standards of radiation we are being exposed to in Australia.”’
She said barrister Broomhall also spoke of the legal rights of the people and offered his audience, both physically present and listening in via ‘live stream’, a basic understanding of ‘legal rights pathways’.
‘The campaign by Environment and Community Safe from Radiation Association (ECSRA) has never been to eliminate mobile phones/devices and the technology we use daily, but to bring awareness to the inherent dangerous standards being applied to the technology.
‘The live stream was accessed by people in many areas of Australia as well as England, Sweden, US, Canada, Netherlands, who, owing to this technology, were able to listen to the information offered by these dedicated, and compassionate learned speakers.’
For more information visit www.ecsfr.com.au.