Heavy mail for UN. General Secretary
Press release of January 28, 2001
Translated by Karin Lehner, Zürich
Heavy mail for the U.N. General Secretary Mr. Kofi Annan regarding health damages caused by mobile telecommunication and other electromagnetic fields.
An action initiated by the Association for Representation of Interests and for Protection of Electrosmog-Afflicted Persons Hans-U. Jakob, CH-3150 Schwarzenburg
The International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection ICNRIP, a member of the World Health Organisation WHO and thus under the authority of the U.N., has to be reorganized urgently. This is the request of a letter to the General Secretary of the U.N., Kofi Annan, that was signed by 63 scientists and 65 patient organizations from 26 nations who represent over 40’000 electrosmog-damaged persons, as well as numerous private undersigning persons.
The case weighing 10 kilograms and containing the files with the signatures arrived this week at the main office of the U.N. in New York.
Required is the dismissal of industrial representatives from the ICNIRP and their replacement by independant scientists who are willing to research the so-called non-thermal or biological effects of non-ionised radiation (electrosmog) on living creatures. Until now, the ICNIRP has given itself a „code of honour“ stipulating that persons would be expelled from the ICNIRP should they research or acknowledge non-thermal or biological effects. This „ICNIRP-game“, potentially dangerous to the whole mankind, has been uncovered last spring by the New Zealand scientist Dr. N. Cherry. The relevant documents are in our hands.
It is therefore not astonishing that the ICNIRP, respectively the WHO, continuously publish clean bills of health and false exposure limit values for mobile telecommunication, if there is no research allowed where the effects really take place!
The WHO who supposedly watches the health of mankind can no more be afforded the trustworthiness it claims. It is absolutely no more indicated to take the designation WHO as a guarantor for a reliable surveillance of world health in front of which our governments bow in obedience.
The present conditions in the ICNIRP strongly remind of the procedure in the case of the tabacco-trust that also had infiltrated the WHO. At that scandal on the latest the WHO had lost its credibility and their studies, statements and recommendations have to be treated with utmost precaution and distrust ever since.