In May 2020 Rodney J. Croft has become the chairman of ICNIRP, the world’s most powerful EMF safety guidelines decision maker. Too few people understand the impact of ICNIRP on their health, the essential role of ICNIRP in the difficulties to Stop 5G, to criticize wireless radiation.

“An observation one could make based on what has been discussed above, is that ICNIRP is simultaneously one of the most powerful and one of the least-known non-governmental organisations (NGO’s) in the world. Powerful, because for almost three decades, ICNIRP has enjoyed a monopoly in the regulation of exposure to EMFs through their guidelines thanks to the stamp of approval of the WHO. For the past 30 years, and currently, this advice and these guidelines, are to a large extent followed by governments all over the world. In every annual report, by any major telecom company, you will find references to ICNIRP in any discussion or statement on the safety of their mobile phones. ICNIRP garners huge influence worldwide, functioning on a modest yearly budget of around 140.000 euro, and yet ICNIRP is largely unknown by the general public.” Source: Klaus Buchner and Michèle Rivas (European Parliament) – “The International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection: Conflicts of interest , corporate capture and the push for 5G” – PDF 98 pages, published June 2020.

Their, what they claim to be “safety” guidelines, appear not to be safe at all [See for instance the article, written by Dr. Leendert Vriens]. Because of that, and the absence of research results of the long term effects of EMF, the absence of the studies of the biological effects of EMF in the ICNIRP safety guidelines, illnesses that never existed before EMF existed, are explosively expanding in numbers and diversities, all over the world where the telecom-industry is playing the most powerful role. The number one on the list of EMF related illnesses is cancer, followed by diabetes and heart disease. See: The Hidden Dangers of Wireless and Cellphone Radiation.

Rodney Croft succeeds Eric van Rongen. Time to do some digging. What can we expect? Let us first take a look into Rodney Croft’s journey from being a psychology student to the ICNIRP chair….SNIP

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