AT&T ($3.3B in ads), Comcast ($3B), and Verizon ($2.5B) are blocking press coverage of the dangers of Wi-Fi and other forms of radiation, says Jerry Flynn, retired Canadian Army officer.

The three are among the top five advertisers. The only company with a bigger ad budget is Procter & Gamble at $4.6B. Ford also spends $2.5B in ads.

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Flynn, who spent 22 years in Electronic Warfare and Signals Intelligence for the Canadian Army, made his charge June 9 in an email to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

“North America’s mainstream news media are controlled by just a handful of multinational corporations who control what we see on TV, what we hear on the radio and what we read in newspapers,” said Flynn.

“Consequently, few people know the corruption that has taken place over the past 50 years – and is ongoing – which now literally threatens life on earth as we know it!” he said.

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“Like all North Americans, Canadians are unaware that the wireless and telecommunications, and electric power industries control virtually all levels of government in North America. Only the Internet reveals that cancer clusters are not uncommon in jurisdictions around the world that have allowed cell phone towers!”

Cancer Clusters Blamed on Radiation

Flynn notes that in Brazil’s third largest city, Belo Horizonte, there were 7,191 cancer deaths between 1996 and 2006 which occurred within 1,000 meters of a cell phone tower.

Vatican Radio was ordered by the Italian Supreme Court in 2011 to compensate the small town of Cesano, near Rome, whose population experienced an incidence of Leukemia six-times the normal rate, allegedly caused by Vatican Radio towers.

Flynn Opposes Cell Tower

The current radiation issue that attracted Flynn’s attention was the proposal for a 40-meter tall cell tower in Central Saanich, Canada.

He told the officials of the community that the truth about pulsed radiation can only be found by “searching the internet.”

He asked that they check Lloyd’s of London and Swiss RE, two of the world’s largest insurance underwriters say about man-made electromagnetic radiation. and