* URGENT HELP NEEDED TO PROTEST IN WISHAW - THE WISHAW MAST IS DOWN - Another cancer case in the school of García Quintana in Valladolid - Who feels pressured? - There is something going on in the state of Denmark - Re: A Preliminary Study to Assess Possible Chromosomal Damage Among Users of Digital Mobile Phones - EHS haven in Antrim, N. Ireland - GM Crops Harm Wildlife (8/11/03)


T-Mobile and Crown Castle arrived yesterday to erect the mast only 24
hours after it was vandalised. They met with heavy protests from approx
50 locals, police and local TV and Radio involved. We managed to hold
them off yesterday and have held an all night protest as approx 12
people camped out overnight, local people have been turning up through
out the night with coffee, wine, chocolates, it has been a party
atmosphere. Four security guards have been placed on the site. We have
been told that T-Mobile will be returning today to put up the mast.

We need every man and his dog to come here and help, the more the
better. All welcome to pitch a tent on neighbours field overnight. We
want to send a clear message that we will not stand for the pure
arrogance of this industry in the face of such suffering in Wishaw.

Birmingham City Planners have been out and said that Crown Castle and
T-Mobile are committing an illegal act, as they need to re-submit plans
to erect a new mast and that the plans must be exactly the same as the
old mast. The mast that they are trying to erect is not the same. We
cannot do anything through our own legal representatives and authorities
until Monday, we need to physically hold them off.

Please come to Bulls Lane, Wishaw, Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands B76
9QW phone helpline 0121 313 3718 ASAP you can't miss us on the Lane.

Please forward this e-mail on to all friends and family. HELP!

I cannot receive any incoming e-mails since 6th November, same day mast
went down, due to a problem with our Internet Service Provider. Please
send any response to
scram@webfoot.ltd.uk and carbon copy to
webfoot@fsnm.co.uk to ensure that your reply is received - much appreciated!

Thank you all for your support.

Bye for now
Eileen O'Connor


Don't gamble with your health!
The Wishaw mast hit the ground at 12.20am last night in an act of
vandalism according to Crown Castle.

Dr. George Carlo. (October 1999). "I am especially concerned about what
appear to be actions by a segment of the industry to conscript the FCC,
the FDA and The World Health Organization with them in following a
non-effectual course that will likely result in a regulatory and
consumer backlash."

· Don't gamble with your health!

Informant: Dr Miguel Muntané


Another cancer case in the school of García Quintana in Valladolid
Hi Klaus.

Another cancer case in the school of García Quintana in Valladolid in
Spain, a boy of 8 years was diagnosed with a lymphoma of Burkitt !

That makes now 5 cases !

Message from Cardasian



Who feels pressured?
*Tomorrow the Israeli T.V channel 2 is going to screen in the news - a
trick that was set by the T.V crew to test- How the cellular phone
companies directors react when someone comes to erect cellular antenna
near their house.

*On 17.11.2003 will be a conference in Israel (Hilton Hotel Tel Aviv)
about "How is the communication map going to look in 2004"? As usual the
aggressiveness is the leading theme: among the subjects will be contents
in the cellular: how to provide? what are the most popular contents? Why
is the development slow? The future phone: When will 3G come to mass
use? Push To Talk- The next thing in the cellular

*Children targeted in Israel very aggressively: There is a children/
teenagers new brand that caused a huge success to the Israeli phone
company "Pelephone" - the brand is called "Escape" and during the last 3
months of marketing attracted 20,000 users a month. Pelephone opened a
concept store for the young, only for the brand "Escape". Seeing its
success, another company did just the same for the young and opened a
store with investment of 19 million shekels, and the manager of this
company, CellCom, who is a children doctor by profession, declared the
company's new perception in all CellCom service points. He said that the
store is for ages of 12-30.

Message from Iris Atzmon


There is something going on in the state of Denmark
Today again in one of Denmark's largest newspaper: 4 full page articles,
one front page and 3 in the business section about mobile phones. The
Health Council is heavily criticized, among others by the Consumers'
organisation, how they have handled the whole situation. They are
accused of giving misleading information to the population, on advice of
their only expert Christoffer Johansen. Another article: special
portrait article of Christoffer Johansen, not very flattering in all
respects. In another article Olle Johansson is cited several times about
Precautionary Principle. Now the political head of the Parliamentary
Health Commission is asking if it is necessary to use money for more
research, since the Health Council now admits that they knew all about
the studies done on mobile phones, but never mentioned it. In the coming
days the other big newspapers will bring articles that will tell why the
people never heard about the studies that showed all the risks, the
conflicting results etc.

If they start kicking me, I have to kick back. One journalist asked a
very difficult questions: How should the public find out which studies
they can trust, if they see all these conflicting results?

Can you help me with a good answer? My answer was, that they have to
search on the Internet and read the websites and newsletters of the
grass-roots organisations.

However, this is very difficult for people here that do not read English
well enough.

Meeting in the ministry of health
A short update:
When it all started several months ago, Christoffer Johansen called me
and told me he was ordered to arrange a meeting by the Minister of
Health. Could I come and tell them about my research? I agreed and
suggested that he should invite experts from abroad such as Adlkofer,
Salford, Santini.

Suddenly last week I got a mail with a date and a list of articles to be
read for the meeting. Did I have any other suggestions? The list
consisted of a Santini article, Salford's article on the mice, a
criticism of this article by Uppsala University, report from the
Norwegian government(Merete Hannevik) and from the Swedish government of
dangers of mobile phones, the Dutch study on 3 G masts, a mast study
from Mann et all, paper from Ulf Bergqvist, another mast study from Mann
& Schüz, paper from Hossman & Hermann on effect on CNS, paper from
Hamblin & Wood on sleep and brain activity.

I suggested that we should include the Reflex report and some of Hardell
& Mild's articles and that I had a list of abstracts of papers on
non-thermal biological effects . Moreover that we should also invite the
Consumers' organization. He replied that only full published articles
were considered and that there was enough now.

Suddenly the organization of the meeting was taken over by a person from
the Health council and she wrote that the Consumer Organization could
not be invited, as they only invite experts and not people representing
other interests. She also send some pages that should replace part of
the Dutch study.

The day before yesterday I received the invitation for this meeting of
experts on Mobile phone radiation.
Among the participants were several members of the Health Council, of
The Danish Cancer Society, of institutions that do commissioned research
for industry and whoever pays them for that, including their salaries.
This certainly also applies to the Danish Cancer Society, that is an
organization representing interests.

The programme included talks by Christoffer Johansen and by Jorgen Olsen
from Danish Cancer Society, talk by Jorgen Bach Andersen from Aalborg
University on 3G (already presented last year at the COST meeting in
Rome) and another talk from him on the brain and Mobile phones. Jorgen
Bach Andersen is an electronics engineer - could he be an expert on the
brain, and what brain? The rest of the 2 hour- meeting is devoted to
discussion of the papers and a conclusion on the dangers of mobile
phones and masts, if any; how to use the 30 million crowns that the
politicians have allotted to mobile phone research. I cannot find myself
anywhere in the programme.

I am also afraid that they (the majority) will adopt some resolution
about mobile phones (the old story of nothing is proofed, more research
is needed) and send this after the meeting to the media. Since I appear
on the list of participants, I will suddenly become part of their expert

I think Jorgen Bach Andersen is going to talk about the meeting in
Reisensburg about the BBB and RF.

If anybody has attended this meeting, please send me all information
about it ASAP.

Thank you and kind regards

Sianette Kwee


Re: A Preliminary Study to Assess Possible Chromosomal Damage Among
Users of Digital Mobile Phones

Dear Mr. Rudolph,

I take this opportunity on behalf of our team to thank you sincerely for
putting our mobile research paper abstract and other details on this
page. Kindly let me know if I can be of any help to the organization. I
wish all success for future.


(Dr. P. K. Gadhia)


EHS haven in Antrim, N. Ireland
Hi Klaus: One may call it synchronicity or just plain old coincidence
but news of an EHS friendly/soothing location in Co. Antrim, N. Ireland
near where a mast was dramatically felled on the eve of 2003 and news of
last night's felling of the U.K. Wishaw mast arrived together.

The felling of the Ballymena, Co. Antrim mast is posted on Citizens
Initiative Omega for 2/1/03. I remember your posting an email from me
about my arriving in Belfast on New Year's eve last year, and being
greeted with a front-page spread of the stricken Ballymena mast in that
afternoon's edition of the BELFAST TELEGRAPH. It augured well for us, I
noted dryly.

Well, actually it has! Because neighbouring Ballymena on the Antrim
coast is the beautiful historic coastal village of Cushendum with its
village square, castle ruins, archaeological troves, and most of all—its
phenomenally low radiation levels. So it has been reported to me just
yesterday by a long-time EHS Irish sufferer who has measured EMR levels
in many parts of Ireland and has recently returned from a refreshingly
radiation-low stay in Cushendum. And there have been other reports
substantiating how blissful in radiation matters Cushendum has been for
the EHS tortured.

So, Northern Ireland might turn out yet to be our new best friend when
it comes to EMR havens. (What is that that Zen says regards the most
beautiful lilies choosing to grow in murky waters? The yin 'n yang of
life, so to speak!) For any readers who might gag at the thought of
putting a foot in what they consider a part of the world best known
until recent times for “The Troubles" I must say that I am a frequent
visitor for some four years now to northern Ireland's north-east coast
and more specifically to Belfast and I have found it consistently a
lovely experience. I have met with nothing but hospitality,
friendliness, plus good humour from the people there and I’ve had
similar feedback from the many foreigners who have chosen it for its
great walking and biking trails plus the stunning beauty of the Antrim

If you access Cushendum online (type: www.northantrim.com. Then press
"enter" from home page and next press on Cushendum) you will get a good
visual and written idea of what it is like. The accommodation suits
varied incomes: camping, hostels, self-catering country houses and
cottages, hotels.)

And I can assure you, Cushendum and the Antrim coastal villages don't
even know I'm giving them this puff! I'm not making a penny (yes, it's
still pennies up there because the U.K. gave thumbs down to the euro) on
this potential boost to N. Ireland tourism as EHS refugees flock to its
coastal havens. But I am pleased to be able to do the people up there a
good turn for
all those lovely experiences I have had with them.

Best, Imelda, Cork, Ireland


GM Crops Harm Wildlife


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Informant: Thomas L. Knapp


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