Double Trouble That Will Do In Mother Nature: Electromagnetic Frequencies And Glyphosate, If Weather Geoengineering Doesn’t Get Us First

Then stop polluting the planet!

Electromagnetic radiation from power lines and phone masts poses ‘credible’ threat to wildlife, report finds

Matt Shardlow, CEO of Buglife said: “We apply limits to all types of pollution to protect the habitability of our environment, but as yet, even in Europe, the safe limits of electromagnetic radiation have not been determined, let alone applied.

“Therefore we [Buglife] call for all 5G pilots to include detailed studies of their influence and impacts on wildlife, and for the results of those studies to be made public.” [CJF emphasis]

The EKLIPSE report [1] found that the magnetic orientation of birds, mammals and invertebrates such as insects and spiders could be disrupted by electromagnetic radiation (EMR). It also found established that plant metabolism is also altered by EMR.

The other mortal threat to all life forms on the planet are toxic chemicals, especially those used in agriculture and as pest control, which consumers think are not harmful and use like water on their gardens and in their homes!

Look what happens when a proponent of Monsanto’s glyphosate-containing-herbicide Roundup® is asked to drink some, but after saying he would be happy to, recants with, “I’m not stupid; I’m not an idiot”.

So, if it’s really safe, why did Monsanto lobbyist Patrick Moore refuse to drink it? Good question? Well, may he’s not an idiot after all! Furthermore, I hear in Monsanto’s corporate dining room, only organically grown foods are served. Can someone either deny or prove that rumor, please?

Furthermore, why should consumers be forced to feed glyphosate residues to children, pets and yourselves, as it IS a confirmed residue in “off the shelf” supermarket store brands?

A “glyphosate residue free” program with labeling for food products is in the works according to The Detox Project’s certification program.

However, all the above factual information certainly begs an obvious question: “Why did FDA suspend testing for glyphosate residues in food?”