Being part Lakota Sioux does make me slightly different because
Native Americans have retained tribal values for far longer than so
called civilised societies, as have other indiginous tribes, and
luckily for me, I have inherited some of it.
So I will fight for family and community values and for what is
right for the people, the animal kingdom, and our environment.
I say this with humility and do not think that I am better than
the next person. It is just that I am luckier to be so attuned to
all that is natural, and I have a strong spirit to defend right.
I have got to the point where I have to do something for the
people in this crazy mast situation, and here is the end result. A
letter to send to the Government from the people of the UK. Your chance
to tell them what you think and feel.
Hopefully if there is a great wave of them flowing into government
offices they will realise that we are hurting, frustrated, angry,
disillusioned, concerned, and fearful for our children and our
future. MPs, councils and inspectors are showing concern,
too, so please send this letter out.
I do not expect Government to turn around but we can raise our
voices in the hope of attracting more people of influence within
the political spectrum.
I am also currently sending these letters to newspapers
across the UK that write about mast issues sympathetically.
It is worth a try till we think of something better. And we
must try before too many become ill or die. That is the stark
Not only that, but animals are suffering and dying and Mother
Earth is very sick.
Native American Prophesy is very clear. The people, white,
black, yellow, and red, must unite to save Mother Earth and all that
dwells on her, and each colour must share the inherent knowledge of
each with the others.
The role of the red people is to give knowledge of how to care for
and protect Mother earth and all that dwells on her. The other colours
of races have other things to reveal.
I send this out bearing the translated name of my
grandmother so that the word is spread by one of full Lakota blood.
THE VOICE OF THE
PEOPLE OF THE UK
This letter, has been designed so that your views can
be seen and taken into account, if government so wishes
It can be
sent to 10
the Cabinet Office, the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister, or to the
House of Commons, whichever you prefer. Please
cross out any sections you do not agree with and make a personal
comment if you wish to.
The Cabinet Office
10 Downing Street,
SW1A2AA SW1A2AS SW1A 2WH
House of Commons
I/we, as law
abiding citizen(s) of the UK, wish you to know that we are aware that
links between mobile phones and phone mast installations are
now established to have potential adverse effects on health,
amenity, devaluation of property and possibly other
unspecified but quantifiable effects.
There is now a great weight of worldwide research and
evidence proving risk and therefore we wish to condemn those
Government members responsible for withholding the truth from us and
for making decisions leading to the unjustified and biased situations
stated below. ......
- Allowing and facilitating mobile phone companies to
continue to misinform the general public, by omission of valid science
and reliable information; by turning a
blind eye to their factually incorrect statements on the safety of
masts; and the failure to recall products , as would be the case with
carcinogens in additives in food.
- The manipulation of guidelines for safety
i.e. NRPB and ICNIRP guidelines, and encouraging the omission of the
relevance of biological effects which have been totally ignored by UK government bodies.
- Gross misinformation via omission of peer reviewed
science abroad, and in this country, and other factors relevant to this
- The manipulation of planning laws to fast track these
- The exclusion of the right to object on the grounds of
â€˜health and perceptions of ' in
all mast planning processes.
- The denial of our fundamental human rights, in particular
the right to health, in all mast planning processes.
- The total disregard for the health and safety
of UK citizens.
- Failure to implement recommendations of the Stewart Report
- Failure to address the issues of TETRA, particularly as
Stewart stated that this is outside of his remit.
Stewart report did not cover Tetra in their remit, but they bravely
â€œâ€¦modulation around 16 Hz should
be avoided, if possible, in future developments.â€
Later, when giving evidence to the 10th parliamentary
committee of the DTI, when asked if
the amplitude modulation around 16 Hertz was the most critical
area, which posed the
highest risk, Sir William Stewart felt it, â€œ...was
an area that should be avoidedâ€¦â€ and
then went on to describe Tetra as a hazard!
The conclusion of that committee was, â€œâ€¦we
are very disturbed that there seems to have been no examination
of the evidence on
potentially adverse health effects before
bringing it into service...â€
The Stewart report in the opinion of Mast Sanity is not
an acceptable position to evaluate the safe siting of any mobile phone
or Tetra base station but the Government and the operators constantly
use it in their arguments, except in this instance.
If they are going to insist on accepting the conclusions of the
Stewart report as the correct position then they should accept
Stewartâ€™s position of Tetra as well. The Stewart report is
still used as a base position for the Government and the authorities
and therefore we should use it as a base position for Tetra as well.
- Failure to acknowledge anecdotal evidence of
ill health around mast sites across the UK, and especially around 3G and
TETRA masts which are untested on humans. Failure to act on cancer
clusters around other masts
- Failure to notify doctors, dentists and medical staff
that some members of the community might suffer adverse effects from
microwave technology, with the result that many people have been
unfairly treated or ignored.
- Failure to provide a mechanism for compensation for those
who suffer devaluation of house prices due to the presence of masts,
while government coffers fill and phone company profits rise.
I/we feel very strongly about the issues not deleted from
the above list and wish to see changes set in motion before the General
Election if you hope to attract my/our vote.
(please supply one of your choice)