The head of Belgium’s largest cellphone company bans WI-FI from his offices and tells kids cellphones are dangerous!

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We have a Wi-Fi router with Virgin.

The first thing I did when we got it was switch the Wi-Fi capability off and go wired ethernet. Wireless internet is marketed as something amazing and ‘convenient’, yet in reality it screws your brain up.

It’s amazing how many people don’t switch their wireless routers off at night while they sleep too. No wonder people feel tired and lethargic in the morning. Try switching it off (like the Tell-Lie-Vision) for a week or so and see how you feel.

And this one was cracker, yet so true:

http://www.emfacts.com/2012/12/the-head-of-belgiums-largest-cellphone-company-bans-wi-fi-from-his-offices-and-tells-kids-cellphones-are-dangerous/

From Andre Fauteux, Editor
La Maison du 21e siècle magazine:

The head of Belgacom is not crazy about the Wi-Fi fad in his cellphone company’s skyscraper. The 27th floor, occupied by management, thus goes without the technology that allows high speed broadband Internet access. The decision is barely surprising when we know that Didier Bellens also asks his contacts to call him on his landline rather than on his cell.
The man who heads Belgacom, and thus Proximus, briefed schoolchildren Tuesday about the dangers of the Internet, in the charming company of (tennis player) Justine Henin. The initiative was organized with Child Focus and Microsoft.
Didier Bellens, president of Belgacom (Belgium cell operator), explains that the GSM (Global System for Mobile Communications) is dangerous – (Sudpresse – 25/11/2011). And when a child asks about the dangers of cellphones, the head of the country’s largest cellphone company does not mince his words. He explains to pupils of the Centre of Woluwe-Saint-Pierre school that GSM is bad and a health threat.
“During the day, it is better to use a headset because the GSM, it heats,” he first explained. “The waves are dangerous. At night, it is better to shut it off. If you use your phone as an alarm clock, you should also turn it off.”…
Contacted, Belgacom’s spokesperson was not surprised by his employers comments: ”Didier Bellens is only indicating the precautionary principles recommended by the World Health Organization. Remember that nothing has ever been proven about the dangers of GSM…”
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3 Responses to “The head of Belgium’s largest cellphone company bans WI-FI from his offices and tells kids cellphones are dangerous!”

  1. Anonymous says:

    If you download

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    you will see unless you live in a detached house you are being swamped by wifi and mobile phone signals are everywhere
    too alte the wifi microwave genie is out the bottle

  2. Anonymous says:

    Smokey quartz crystals can help protect you.

  3. Anonymous says:

    When you turn off the WIFI switch on the router, remember to switch off the WIFI setting online too. BT home hubs have a switch but turning it off doesn’t stop WIFI coming out, I speak from personal experience and have found out from ESUK that this is a fact on them all. To turn off the WIFI on BT routers you have to do it online too, a internet search will lead you to find out the procedure. I spent years feeling ill and very depressed and did not know why as I didn’t know I was electrosensitive and had not got an EMF/RF meter. Now I know I have changed supplier and purchased my own router I am feeling a lot better. I have fairly successfully screened out my neighbours BT home hub and am now screening out this new 4G signal which at very low levels gives me a terrible headache and makes me confused and forgetful and at moderate levels makes me vomit. I carry two smokey quartz crystals everywhere I go and they help me to feel calmer and help my insomnia a bit, but they cannot really protect you, the only way to reduce harm is to remove/reduce your exposure. There is black conductive paint for walls and fabric to make clothing, net curtains from etc… an internet search will bring up suppliers, there are more now than a few years ago which shows an increase in demand and awareness.

    This 4G radiation I find very bad just like WIFI, even a extremely low intensity it makes me ill. I see people today who are effected but don’t know it, they are tired, grumpy, angry, stressed, depressed etc… I feel sorry for babies, children, elderly people and animals who need protection and are basically being killed slowly. I have a neighbour who got Virgin Media WIFI recently and my bedroom is now full of this at moderate levels, I cannot go in there at all now unless I am wearing special screening clothes and even then they fail to keep it all out and I suffer afterwards. I have painted all the walls of my living room and live in there now until I can try and screen it out or tell them that it is dangerous (by letter since I cannot stand at their front door). I had houseplants in my bedroom and left them in there hoping they would be OK as they like it there due to the sun (although now there’s virtually no sun anymore) a few weeks after the WIFI was installed they were all in various stages of death, so I have removed them and they are all mostly recovering. WIFI burns my head, even at very low levels for a brief exposure, someone I know who is in love with their BT home hub as it gives them a sense of self-worth I think, has had it for a round a year now and I cannot help but notice how wrinkly their face has become it’s as if they have aged 20 years in one year, I wonder what people will look like if they live to be old in the future? I wonder just how much damage has happened and is happening to us all, I fear that this experiment is going to show horrendous results that will only make the Satanists happy who have forced it upon us.

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