Worldwide Campaign to stop the Abuse and Torture of Mind Control/DEWs
Remember when there were no cellphones?
By Don Harkins
As her friend and editor for over a decade now, I have grown alongside Amy in her research on chemtrails,
depleted uranium and radiation. There is zero doubt in our hearts and
minds that Amy’s references are sound, her interpretation of data
flawless and her intentions purely honorable and compassionate.
That means use of cell phones, WiFi, WiMax and RFID is not only suicide, but complicity is a "slow burn" form
of mass murder. If second-hand cigarette smoke bothers you, how does it
compare to second hand radiation? Well, it doesn’t. Using a cell phone
in proximity to others only increases the intensity of the ambient
levels of radiation that are omnipresent to support wireless personal
communication networks. Where nonsmokers can remove themselves or the
smoker from the room, noncellphoneusers (one word) cannot escape
radiation by going to another room. In other words, everyone is bathing
in dangerous levels of cellphone "smoke" whether you are "smoking" or
When the wireless age was growing in earnest in the late 90s, people kept telling Ingri and I, "You really need to get cell phones—they are so convenient."
We opted not to for the same reason we have never acquired a laptop computer: If we are away from our desk that
means we are (temporarily) FREE!—free of the phone and free of the
The next stage, by the early 00s, people began saying to us, "Don, Ingri, you really need to get cell phones so it will be more convenient for us to get ahold of you."
Now, when the subject of our having resisted carrying cell phones to this point comes up in conversation, people say, "You are so lucky."
It’s not luck—we just didn’t like the idea of being "on call" all the time and our lifestyles just didn’t
evolve to include cell phones. We have only known for a couple years how
deadly they are.
But, for cellphoneusers (one word), the novelty of cell phones has been replaced with addiction and the
convenience has been replaced with enslavement. In that sense, we are
The three following comments represent the most common justifications people recite for using cell phones:
"But with my job, I have to have one."
"They are handy in an emergency."
"This way, the kids (the wife/husband/friends/business contacts) can always get ahold of me."
But consider these responses from noncellphoneusers:
"Is your job worth irradiating yourself and the world around you?"
"What did you do in an emergency BC (that’s "before cell phones")?"
"Are you sure that you are so darned important that you can’t just have people leave a message on a land line recorder and check messages now and then?"
And one bonus retort: "If an industry is using your addiction to wireless toys as a means to finance the
erection of a communications infrustructure that intends to control all
life on earth en route to destroying it, should you choose to buy its
The truth is you can do your job without a cell phone—or find another one.
You can prepare in advance for emergencies like we used to.
And, it is true, we aren’t so important that people can’t wait a few minutes or a few hours to talk to us. (DWH)