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WHO Admits The World Has Lost Their Trust

Posted by seumasach on February 13, 2010

Dr Magda Havas, PhD

Almost everyone that reads the papers, watches the TV or listens to the radio has now heard that the H1N1 pandemic did not pan out as was anticipated, and is causing the World Health Organization to come under fire by health officials that spent billions of dollars on vaccines that are now useless.

In regards to the dangers of electromagnetic radiation, the WHO has still not released the final reports of the safety of cell phones from it’s Interphone studies, and these findings are now 4 years late. It is becoming clear that the WHO is quickly losing credibility with the media and the governments from around the world.

In reaction to this image problem,  a report was made by Dr. Margaret Chan,  the Director-General to the Executive Board at its 126th session Geneva, Switzerland. 18 January 201o.

“Although the virus has not yet delivered any devastating surprises, we have seen some surprises on other fronts. We anticipated problems in producing enough vaccine fast enough, and this did indeed happen. But we did not anticipate that people would decide not to be vaccinated.

I mentioned the revolution in communications and information technologies. In today’s world, people can draw on a vast range of information sources. People make their own decisions about what information to trust, and base their actions on those decisions.

The days when health officials could issue advice, based on the very best medical and scientific data, and expect populations to comply, may be fading. It may no longer be sufficient to say that a vaccine is safe, or testing complied with all regulatory standards, or a risk is real.

In my view, this is a new communications challenge that we may need to address.”

It is clear that the Internet has changed the way the public gets their information concerning health issues.  Health website sites like, Andrew Weil, and many others are now the beacons of light that shine the truth.  Some traditional media publishers such as Prevention and GQ no longer fear the wrath of the FDA or the wireless industry advertiser and now use their print publications and websites to inform the public that the dangers of EMF are real and the governments need to change the safety limits now.

Governments can no longer quote the World Health Organization hoping to placate the public that questions the safety of cell phones, WIFI, cell towers, powerlines and other sources of electromagnetic radiation.

We are witnessing a culture shift where the public no longer trusts their own doctors or Public Health Board – or local media providers that quote the WHO.

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