Royal Canadian Police Summoned on Wi-Fi Threat

Wed., May 11, 2016
Royal Canadian Police Summoned on Wi-Fi Threat
Royal Canadian Mounted PoliceThe Royal Canadian Mounted Police, famed worldwide as “rescuers” and titans of justice, has been summoned by Capt. Jerry Flynn (ret.) to rescue Canada from radiation pollution.

RCMP, also known as “the Force” and the “Mounties,” is a federal national police force that works on a contract basis with three territories, eight provinces, 190 municipalities, 184 aboriginal communities and three international airports.

Flynn this week called on the Public Health Agency of Canada to direct RCMP “to conduct a criminal investigation into Canada’s radio frequency and extremely low frequency scientific community beginning with Health Canada’s radiation protection bureau.”

He spent 22 years in electronic warfare and signals intelligence for the Canadian Armed Forces. For two years he was the sole EW officer charged with supporting the Canadian EW Company. He also worked closely with U.S. and NATO army EW units.

He says the RCMP “must be directed to conduct a criminal investigation into the industry’s stranglehold on Canada’s radio frequency electro-magnetic radiation and extremely low frequency scientific community beginning with Health Canada’s radiation protection bureau.”

Security of Canada and U.S. in Danger

“Canada’s National Security, like that of the U.S., is in grave danger because of its indefensible decision to employ wireless ‘Smart’ meters as the basis for its national electric power grid! Through their investigation, the RCMP will learn that no communication system in the world is more insecure and more vulnerable to attack than is a wireless radio system.  

“Today’s pandemic corruption could not happen were it not for the sinfully silent North American media oligopoly, who have not allowed governments or the public to know that this same fight (against RF EMR and ELF EMFs) is also going on in European countries and Australia and has been for many years!  Or that EHS is recognized in many countries of the world! Or that various countries have imposed the ‘Precautionary Principle’ in order to protect their people from today’s man-made radiation!”

Scientists Setting Guidelines Faulted by Flynn

Flynn’s letter to the Health Agency includes the following:

Just one former HC scientist, Dr. Michael Repacholi, played a key role in establishing RF radiation exposure ‘Guidelines, not just for Safety Code 6 (SC6) but also for two of the three international Regulatory Agencies: ICNIRP (International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection), for which he was the inaugural chairman and is now chairman emeritus; and the WHO (World Health Organization)!

For at least the past 10 years, a second former HC scientist, Dr. Art Thansandote, has been – and still is – Co-Chairman of the omnipotent US Air Force and US Army-dominated sub-committee (TC95, SC-4) that establishes the USA’s RF ‘Guidelines’. Dr. Thansandote retired from HC in 2012!

In 2013, HC’s RF exposure ‘Guidelines’ were essentially identical to those of ICNIRP, WHO and the USA. Though reduced approximately 66x last year, SC6 (2015) ‘Guidelines’ are still considered to be dangerously high!

HC selected ‘elite’ ICNIRP scientists (remember Repacholi) known to have strong ties to industry to be members of its ‘independent’ Expert Panel, which was established to review the adequacy of SC6 (2013) RF exposure Guidelines!

The same Dr. Repacholi also played a key role in establishing ‘safe’ exposure limits for extremely low frequency (ELF) or powerline (60 Hz) electro-magnetic fields (EMFs), which are present in anything in which electricity flows, e.g., high voltage transmission and distribution lines, substations, power transformers, household electricity, electrical appliances, tools and machinery, automobiles, ‘Smart’ meters, etc.

Pulsed, Non-Thermal Radiation Is Dangerous

HC’s Radiation Protection Bureau and their colleagues in the wireless and telecom industry and electric power utilities have successfully co-opted most, if not all, provincial and municipal governments, and provincial health officers (PHOs) into believing that both RF EMR and ELF EMFs are safe – neither of which is true!

All of today’s consumer wireless radio products and ‘Smart’ meters and ‘Smart’ appliances emit ‘low-level, pulsed, NON-thermal radio and microwave frequency radiation’;

HC, ICNIRP, WHO and the USA stubbornly recognize only THERMAL radiation. Their common mantra is: “If the radiation does not heat the skin, it cannot be harmful.” Consequently, the public in Canada and in other western countries are afforded no protection against today’s hazardous NON-thermal RF EMR!

HC, ICNIRP, WHO and the USA also refuse to recognize that ELF EMFs can be hazardous to humans and other life forms, especially when the exposure is constant! Consequently, the public in Canada and in other Western countries are afforded no protection against ELF EMFs!

HC, ICNIRP and the USA all refuse to recognize that electro-hypersensitivity “EHS” is a legitimate physiological condition, which a significant percentage of the global population experience when exposed to man-made ELF EMF and/or RF EMR.

The above amounts to the largest, most preposterously despicable crime against humanity in Canada’s (the world’s) history and must be stopped! By doing so, Canada’s National Security can be sensibly restored, as can protection for the health and safety of all people and other forms of life in Canada. Once the guilty parties have received their due justice and the media ownership issue has been satisfactorily addressed, Canada can once again claim to be a democratic country. But for any of that to happen, the truth must come out – NOW!


James G. (“Jerry”) Flynn, Captain (Ret’d.)

Bowser, B.C., V0R 1G0

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By Dan Gearino
Columbus Dispatch
COLUMBUS — American Electric Power must demonstrate the financial benefits of so-called “smart meters” before it can begin charging $24 per month to customers who opt out of using them, Ohio utility regulators ruled this week.
Rather than accept the proposal as written, the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio added some significant conditions.

“We find that customers should not have to pay for advanced meter opt-out service if they are not actually receiving a reduction in costs resulting from the operational efficiencies created by AEP Ohio’s gridSMART Program,” the panel said.

The case deals with a new generation of electricity meters which allow data to be shared between consumers and the utility. Some people have privacy concerns about the devices and say they want to stick with traditional meters.

One of the financial benefits of the meters is that AEP no longer needs to do in-person readings. However, if someone refuses to use the smart meters, the company will need to make a trip to read the meter.

Customers concerned over PNM smart meter proposal


Customers concerned over PNM smart meter proposal

Devices would give more accurate readings, cost users $5 more

 UPDATED 7:57 AM MDT May 12, 2016
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.The Public Service Company of New Mexico wants to install new smart meters, but not everyone is excited about their proposal.

Company representatives said the new meters would cost them more than $80 million to install. The devices would automatically give a more accurate reading, saving them manpower and money.

The meters, though, would cost each customer $5 more per year. PNM officials couldn’t say whether a more accurate reading would also increase a customer’s bill.

If a customer decides to keep their old meter and opt out of the new smart program, PNM plans to charge that customer $35 up front and another $46.96 per month. They said the service fee would cover the meter readers they do keep to do manual labor.

PNM is sending letters out to explain all of this in their current billing cycle. Some people already got the notice and found it difficult to read. They said there was a lot of important information that was buried.

“Look at that fine print,” one person said.

“Nobody reads that sort of thing,” said another.

People told KOAT they felt as though PNM wasn’t being very transparent with their proposal.

New Mexico’s Public Regulation Commission confirmed Wednesday they had received dozens of complaints from people regarding the new proposal. The PRC plans to hold a public meeting on the matter at the end of August and make a decision as to whether the proposal is a good, fair idea by the end of the year.