Olga Sheean (author of “EMF Off”) and Lewis Evans have created an outstanding video which clearly articulates the broader issues surrounding the wireless debate and demonstrates how the World Health Organisation’s EMF division is central to the problem, lulling the public into a false sense of safety. (As WHO also did with tobacco – it wasn’t until 1998 that they finally conceded that tobacco was a carcinogen, having delaying warnings to the public for half a century while that industry boomed.)
The video also makes the very important observation that we need to be making more conscious choices as consumers.
“No industry can survive unless we support it, so our choices determine the way things go.
If we don’t take responsibility for our choices, instead expecting governments to handle things we give them tremendous power.
If we want governments to be accountable to us, and if we want to regain control of our own lives, we must hold ourselves accountable for the way we are living.
After all, if we continue to make choices that affect our health and our planet, how can we expect government to fix things?
And if we keep supporting harmful industries, why on earth would they stop giving us the products or services we pay them for?
The truth is we are the problem.
Although we are also the solution…”