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Helmut Breunig
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# Posted: 7 Aug 2005 18:40
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Petition to remove Repacholi

Please sign the Petition here:
http://www.thepetitionsite.com/takeaction/409444403

More informations here:
http://omega.twoday.net/stories/877606/

Helmut Breunig

Anonymous
# Posted: 9 Aug 2005 02:55
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Dear Helmut Breunig.
We have all signed the petition.
Now we just have to hope somethig happens, and he gets removed and replaced by someone not on the payroll of the industry.
Regards.
Agnes

Henrik
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# Posted: 9 Aug 2005 10:01
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Repacholi is so obviously bought by the telecom industry that he simply must be removed.

I propose we identify and expose as many of these people as possible, starting with those having most media influence.

In Denmark we have a few of the sort:

- Helge Sander, Minister of technology and science, used the mast law and threats of large fines to wipe out the 2003 ban on 3G masts that concerned muncipalities in Denmark had initiated. Recently he has been criticised for promoting a product of Danish telco Sonofon.

- Prof. Jørgen Bach Andersen, has prepared much of the Danish governments material on mobile phone and mast safety. Later on he tried to promote research as being independent of government and industry interrests. Check his CV and it is obvious why he is protecting his salary.

- Dr. Christoffer Johansen, National Cancer prevention group "Kræftens bekæmpelse". Persistently downplays EMF risks. Has cooperated with J. Bach Andersen on government material on mobile phone and mast safety.

Let's get a list going here..!

/Henrik

Helmut Breunig
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# Posted: 10 Aug 2005 18:18
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http://www.microwavenews.com/fromthefield.html:

August 9, 2005

According to the UCLA School of Public Health, Leeka Khefiets received $50,000 from EPRI for her work on the WHO workshop on EMF risks to children. UCLA calls it a “joint WHO/EPRI” workshop.

That’s a lot money for a review paper (250 hours @$200/hour). Or is this another way for Mike Repacholi’s EMF project to skirt WHO rules prohibiting direct industry funding?

and so on...

Helmut Breunig

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