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Freitag, 3. November 2006

Der Kampf gegen die Masten


Nachricht von Christine Kind

Dienstag, 31. Oktober 2006

A plea for help from the British Channel Island of Jersey

Can any of YOU help Jo, in Jersey, with information?

Jo called the Mast-Sanity helpline and asked for assistance, so All, worldwide please help

Mast Sanity’s Gary says:


Jersey is due to have 200 masts rolled out all over it - it's only 40 sq miles.

The Chief Minister has announced that if he receives concrete evidence of harm caused by masts within the next 2 weeks, he will not allow the rollout.

My caller has been constantly quoted ICNIRP/WHO by the industry and now by the CM, so wants reputable debunking:

End of Quote

This is at stake: Quote: Our (Jersey’s) chief minister of planning has said if we, the people of Jersey, can prove that there are health risks then there will be no more masts.

As we all know the evidence of harm is abundant, So if you are in the possession of scientific evidence that has been validated or replicarted please let me know and I will forward it to Gary at Mast-Sanity.

Jo´s plea for help is here:


Best regards.



Dear Agnes:

Please find attached two articles written by friend and colleague the late Neil Cherry.


Reading these articles wiIl bring the message to Jersey, about the risks from radio frequency radiation (RFR).


Zamir Shalita



The best proof I have found is Doctor Neil Cherry's document on his scientific tests carried out in Schwarzenburg, Switzerland -'EMR reduces Melatonin in Animals and people. The fact that

A) Insomnia is one of the main symptoms found in association with microwave (EMR - Electromagnetic Radiofrequency) emissions and:-

B) The hormone Melatonin should take over from Serotonin (hormone which keeps us awake during the day) in order for us to sleep properly is a strong pointer to the causative effect of EMR in relation to insomnia and disturbed sleep.

This is only a part of his findings, and as the Swiss government then did away with the very important transmitter which had made people ill for years and that now their permitted levels of emissions are hundreds of microwats/Volts per metre (or whatever) lower than the ICNIRP's levels adopted by our 'protective' agency in 2004 (I think?) there is another pointer to the proof that emissions do damage our health! Our permitted levels are amonget, if not the highest in the world.

All the invetigations undertaked by the Radiation Protection Board (NRPB) seem to be laboratory tests, where it is impossible to replicate the terrain; alignment of homes to the mast; differences between individual physiological strengths or weaknesses etcetc. They are ignoring the epidemiological evidence which would be staring them in the face if they bothered to look!

It's all on the web!

Good luck,



Dear Agnes,

I think the article by Neil Cherry "Cell phone radiation poses a serious biological and health risk" // can be of some help if the people responible for the environment on Jersey understand English. (Usually they don´t when the question is about mobile phones and microwaves.)

Kind regards

Torbjorn Lindblom


With regard to:

A) "My caller has been constantly quoted ICNIRP/WHO by the industry and now by the CM, so wants reputable debunking"

B) "Experts" from the mobile phone forum say none of the scientific evidence showing adverse health effects has been validated or replicated. I therefore need to find scientific evidence that has been validated or replicarted."

Dear Agnes,

A) It is important to send her Don Maisch's paper about the WHO/ ICNIRP's corruption and to tell her that this is a part of doctorat work (so it is difficult to ignore and refute it, it is a document that can be used in court). It is important to take a strong position, that Nothing the WHO says is related to health in any way as a result of this corruption. So all the quotes about the "WHO's/ICNIRP's strictest standards" don't hold water.

B) It is important that Jo will be careful and not try to play by the rules "they" try to dictate. first, DNA effects are replicated, and apart from the industry's 3G study, all mast studies are in the same direction. But anyway it is important to say that like every drug's study stands on its own, also EMF works stand by their own, and one "failure" to replicate does not cancell other positive result. And to stress that the "failures" to replicate are mostly the industry funded studies so when the industry demands replication it's a double standard.

Best regards

Iris Atzmon.


Gentle Mrs.Agnes,

I think that hoping Jersey, it’s enough to send to the Minister the sentence of HIGH COURT of City PAOLA-ITALY, which says NO to BTS (Base Transmitting Station) of antenna for mobile telephone, according my studies and survey about EMF, which have demonstrate high biological and sanitary damages to people. The original sentence can be found in “google” by clicking “spadanuda and giancarlo” [ // ] in web: // ; // .

Best regards,

Prof. Ing. Dr. Giancarlo

From Mast Sanity/Mast Network


Thank you for this wonderful group of articles. Could you please get this information to Jo in Jersey? This link is Dr. Henry Lai's ( University of Washington) impressive list of studies that confirm disastrous health effects to people living close to cell base stations. Thanks, as I am not sure how to contact Jo directly.





Look at the attachment "effected area".

Judging from that 300 m is not near enough by half. At 300 m you are still in the red zone. At 500 m you are in the yellow zone. So, a mast every 300 m will mean an overlap that makes sure Everyone is in the red zone.

I pinched the graph from (either emf solutionsUK or Powerwatch, I think, this is going back some time) but it was made (I understood) by monitoring from the centre to the edge of the radiation effect) Scary is´nt it.

Best regards.


From Mast Sanity/Mast Network


More help needed for Jersey!

First I want to thank you for your invaluable contribution to help for the Jersey citizens when I wrote to you late last year.

All the material and letters were delivered to the Minister of planning Frank Cohen, in an attempt to influence

His approval of 200 masts on the Island. (Yes I am perfectly aware how much cash that would give to his governments coiffeurs) Our efforts have resulted in that a scrutiny committee has been formed who are to inform themselves of possible health hazard from mobile radiation (the first 26 masts have already been approved, before the committee has a chance of doing anything). But here is a link to the scrutiny committee’s website, and they do also have a notice board there. //

Here are contact details:

Scrutiny Office Morier House Halkett Place St Helier JE1 1DD Tel: 441080 Fax: 441077 Email:

So, can I please ask you all to go to the rescue of the Island of Jersey one more time.

There is a debate on-going, by Jersey citizens, in my Forum about the situation there.


The citizens of Jersey have formed a action group and opened a website.

E-mail: jmmcg

What I am asking you all to do is: to write objections and send material on health consequences that you consider important to their case, Send to the new scrutiny committee at with cc. to Jersey Mast Concern jmmcg in a try to stop Jersey being over-run by mobile masts and their polluting radiation emission, after all Jersey is just a small Island with 90000 citizens and they want to clutter them with 200 extra masts.

I trust you will help this time as well,

Best regards.

Agnes Ingvarsdottir.
Glen lea. Upper Colwall.
Nr. Malvern WR13 6DH Herefordshire. UK
Phone/Fax: 01684 540 138
E-mails: a.ingvarsdottir
Website : //


Dr. Carlo´s evidence for Jersey mast review

The HIGH COURT of Paola (ITALY) says NO to BTS-Base Transceiver Station for telephone


EMR Reduces Melatonin in Animals and People

Sleep Disturbances in the Vicinity of the Short-Wave Broadcast Transmitter Schwarzenburg - The Schwarzenburg shut-down study

The Scandal of Schwarzenburg


Base Stations, operating within strict national and international Guidelines, do not present a Health Risk?" under:

European countries have lower guidelines
Review of ICNIRP EMF exposure guidelines

The Inadequacy of the ICNIRP Guidelines

Emissions from Cell Sites below International Guidelines

All radiation exposure carries the risk of cancer

ICNIRP Guidelines are not safe

Conflict of Interest and Bias in Health Advisory Committees: A case study of the WHO’s EMF Task Group

Greece: prohibition for mobile telephone masts, radar and high voltage lines to be within 500 meters of any school

EURELECTRIC Report on EMF Exposure Standards Applicable in Europe and Elsewhere //

Montag, 9. Oktober 2006

Vera Stein im Fernsehen

Am Mittwoch ist nach der Demo vor dem Hygiene-Museum in Dresden die Radio- und Fernsehnacht angesagt - nach Gert Postel "Ein kollossaler Coup" um 22 Uhr gibt es um 22.30 Uhr den Bericht im WRD über Waltraud Storck, alias Vera Stein:

Zitat aus der Ankündigung:
"Mit 15 war sie ein lebendiges, intelligentes und aufmüpfiges junges Mädchen. Mit 48 wirkt sie entschlossen, manchmal hart und oft auch einsam. Waltraud Storck ist eine Frau, die sich nichts gefallen lässt. Nie mehr möchte sie zum Opfer werden. Sie sitzt im Rollstuhl, lebt allein und muss mit einer kleinen Rente zurechtkommen. Aber sie hat ein Lebensziel: Sie möchte das Unrecht, das ihr vor langer Zeit zugefügt wurde, endlich öffentlich benennen und bestraft wissen. Sie möchte, dass niemals mehr einer anderen passiert, was sie damals erlitten hat: Sie wurde weggesperrt in die Psychiatrie."

im Haus der Demokratie und Menschenrechte
Greifswalder Str. 4
10405 Berlin

Mittwoch, 16. August 2006

Group campaigns against masts

FOLLOWING an article in this newspaper last month regarding opposition to a mast at Coolock Garda Station, members of a campaign group have spoken out on the contentious issue. The Irish Electromagnetic Radiation Victims' Network (IERVN) campaigns on behalf of those who say they are affected by harmful emissions from masts.

The group's aim is to help “victims” and create public awareness of the issue.

Raheny resident, Con Colbert, a dedicated member of IERVN for a number of years, said that everyone in the group has “suffered ill health due to the presence of masts”.

“They have experienced a wide range of symptoms - burning in the skin, poor sleep quality, stress and a depletion of energy,” he said.

Mr Colbert became involved as a result of his own personal experience. He lives in close proximity to three masts in Raheny, including one at the local Garda station.

He said he tends to notice when “levels of radiation are high”.

“It is not too bad here at the present time,” he said. “But when I go into the village in Raheny, I feel uncomfortable and experience some disorientation and sudden fatigue.”

Mr Colbert said he has spoken to doctors but they are unable to form a diagnosis.

“Sensitivity to radiation is something that will not show up in a medical test,” Mr Colbert stated. “There are biological effects and they have been well documented by a group of scientists in Europe who have carried out extensive research in the area.”

Fellow IERVN member, Helen McCrory, from Clontarf, said she had to move out of her city centre apartment when a phone mast was erected outside her home.

“I can suffer to varying degrees, depending on the level of radiation,” she said.

“Different frequencies affect me in different ways, causing loss of voice and pain in my arms and shoulders,” she said.

She believes that masts are extremely dangerous and cause a great deal of distress for those who are susceptible to their effects.

Fellow campaigner, Enda Dalton, from Raheny, noticed that he suddenly became ill, couldn't sleep and didn't have any energy when he came into close contact with masts.

He said he received numerous letters and phone calls from people who had similar ailments. He lives about 200 yards from the nearest mast and 250 yards from the next one and has built a screened room in his house, which allows him to benefit from a “radioactive-free environment”.

Mr Dalton feels that there is a general lack of commitment to tackling the problem.

“Groups are campaigning, but there has been no real outcome,” he said.
A spokesman for the Office of Public Works (OPW) said the mast at Raheny Garda Station meets and complies with all health and safety regulations.
“Under the terms of our licence agreements, mobile phone operators are required to install and operate all equipment in accordance with all relevant legislation, health and safety, and planning,” he said.

“They must also operate within current standards and EU regulations and adhere to guidelines on exposure limits to emissions, issued by the International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP).”
The OPW spokesman said he doesn't believe the presence of a number of masts in the same area represents a health hazard.

Omega read "Base Stations, operating within strict national and international Guidelines, do not present a Health Risk?" under: //

“In our opinion, the greater number of masts allows for less emissions and strength,” he said.

The spokesman added that progress is being made on the issue.

“I understand that a joint Oireachtas Committee has been set up and an inter-departmental group formed, under the Department of Communications, Marine and Natural Resources, who will be reporting to this committee shortly,” he said.


Donnerstag, 6. Juli 2006

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Donnerstag, 29. Juni 2006

Dad’s desperate plea to mobile phone company

By Linda Piper

Protesters Susan Charge, Jennifer Boswell and Father Raymond from a neighbouring priory are all opposed to the mast BE4556-05

A DESPERATE father is fighting a last-ditch battle to stop a phone mast so he can bring his disabled son home.

Danch Boswell, 69, of Carlton Road, Northumberland Heath, has been battling for three years to bring home his son Levi, 34, who was paralysed after two catastrophic stem cell strokes in June 2003.

Levi, who is married with two children aged eight and four, relies on a range of hi-tec machinery, including a ventilator, to keep him alive. He can only communicate by blinking his eyes.

As his parents were making the necessary alterations to their home, they were told by doctors mobile phones could not be used in the house because of the potential effect on the medical equipment. continued...

So Mr Boswell was horrified to discover that a mobile phone mast, which he thought had been refused permission, is about to be put up just yards from his home.

T-Mobile was refused planning permission by Bexley Council in July last year to site a 10m-high mast on the footpath at the junction of Carlton Road and Erith Road.

But last month a planning inspector overturned Bexley's decision and has told the company it can go ahead and put up the mast.

Mr Boswell has appealed to T-Mobile to find somewhere else for its mast, but although they promised to talk to him, he has still not heard anything back from the company.

His son went into King's College Hospital in Denmark Hill, in June 2003 to have a growth removed from his brain. The operation was a success but Levi, one of twins, suffered a double stroke soon afterwards.

Mr Boswell said the family feared he would die. He started to lose his sight, and with the help of the NHS, the family flew Levi to a German clinic, where his sight was saved.

When his family flew him back to England, Levi spent time at St Thomas' Hospital in central London and at a care home in Sawbridgeworth, Hertfordshire, to prepare him to go home.

In the meantime the family started make preparations for his return. His wife and children live in Belvedere, but their home was too small to accommodate Levi, all his equipment and specialist nurses.

So Mr Boswell and his wife Jennifer paid for extensive alterations to their own bungalow so Levi could live with his family again. Bexley Care Trust is providing specialist nursing.

Everything was in place for Levi's return in the next few weeks, when Mr Boswell discovered that the mast is to go ahead.

He told News Shopper: "I am shattered. We don't need this on our doorstep. We cannot risk this mast outside our home.

"We have fought for three years to bring Levi home. If I don't fight for my son, who will?"

All attempts by News Shopper to contact T-Mobile were unsuccessful.

10:00am today

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