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APPLAUSE: Speaker debunks wireless technology

To the Editor,

Thank you to the citizens, health-care professionals, businesses and organizations who initiated and sponsored Jerry Flynn’s presentation, Wireless Technology: Nothing But The Truth.

You gave people a chance to learn the history of microwave communication,  opened the doors to informed dialogue and took a brave and honourable stance in the face of extreme controversy.

Thank you for starting a real conversation.

To the 250-plus people who heard Flynn say, “It all started in the 1950s when the Russians microwaved the American embassy in Moscow …” and  who stayed for the rest of his riveting presentation of unbiased science, I say thank you for opening your minds and hearts to the hidden truths of our lives.

Your donations allowed us to pay our expenses and contribute more than $900 to the class action suit against B.C. Hydro to be heard by the Human Rights Tribunal in November.

What happens in B.C. affects the rest of North America, if not the world.  You literally made history here.

To the organizing committee and other volunteers who gave their time, expertise and energy to making this happen, thank You all.  As a team, we did a truly awesome job.

Thank you most of all to Jerry Flynn for coming out of retirement and telling the truth about electronic warfare also known as wireless communications.

Thank you for your incredible courage and loyalty to Canada.

Christel Martin

Nanaimo

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