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Australian Political Parties - Policies on EMR?
Does anyone know what, if any, political parties have a stated policy to limit public exposure to EMR? They would certainly get my vote.
I heard The Greens accepted $680,000.00 from the electrical trade unions in Victoria right at the time microwave-emitting utility meters were being forced upon every household in the State. I wonder if that is why they seem uncharacteristically silent on an environmental issue of such obvious concern and magnitude.
With State and Federal elections coming up, maybe it is time for supporters of all parties to ask some serious questions.
The Health Australia Party has been working with Stop Smart Meters Australia to develop policies that protect people from the negative impacts of EMR. https://www.healthaustraliaparty.com.au. Not sure why they have an image of wind turbines on their website. Is that for or against? Certainly the Greens are about the worst party you can vote for if you are EHS and I am no fan of the major parties where every elected member has to toe the party line. How on earth can they represent their EHS constituents under those conditions?
Great idea except we don't know who the candidates for the federal election will be yet.
I formulated this:
Dear Federal Candidate
How do you know when a politician is lying? Their mouth is moving. One approach I like to use in order to overcome this is to craft my questions in such a way that they cannot figure out whether I am for or against. So let's say I want to know if they plan to relax gun laws. I'm not going to say, "People are being killed left, right and centre by guns. Your party isn't going to relax gun laws, is it?" To have a hope of getting the truth out of them, I'd ask, "What is your party's stance on the current gun laws?" Poor liar doesn't know which way to jump. Refuse to be drawn into elaborating on your views until he's answered the question. Then educate him on why he should or shouldn't be taking that stance.
The good news is that a political party called Nø5G Party is currently being formed. The Constitution is not yet ready but once it is we will need 500 members (at least) so we can register with the AEC. Hopefully political parties will be formed all over the world united under the same umbrella of stopping 5G (and the harmful 2,3 and 4G too). Stay tuned.
You are not alone. According to certain experts, over 35% of the world’s population feels some form of unwanted reaction to EMR exposure. Additionally, everyone is susceptible to induced biological abnormalities that may not manifest perceptibly for years or even decades.