Noorwegen: Gro Harlem Brundtland, ex-Director General of WHO, discusses her electrosensitivity
vrijdag, 21 augustus 2015 - Categorie: Berichten Internationaal
14 aug. 2015
Gro Harlem Brundtland, ex-Director General of WHO, discusses her electrosensitivity - Aftenposten, 14th August 2015
(Shared from Juhana Harju - article translation, interview in Norwegian)
Brundtland: - My body has responded to the mobile radiation for 25 years
ARENDAL (Aftenposten) Gro Harlem Brundtland spoke out about the Norwegian campaign, her time as time Norway's first female prime minister, and her concern for radiation from mobile phones.
You can see all the questioning of Norway's former prime minister Gro Harlem Brundtland in the window at the top of the article.
The broadcast was recorded on the sailing vessel ''Boy Leslie,'' which is berthed at Pollen in Arendal. Until Tuesday is the annual policy conference Arendalsuka held in the southern town.
In this, they told Brundtland, former Director General of the World Health Organization, among others about his skepticism about radiation from mobile phones.
- I would say: Screen you. Do not go with your phone in your pocket, said Brundtland.
Headaches from mobile use
She even uses cell phone as little as possible and are keen to keep the phone away from your head if she, for example, had to send a text message.
- I can not have mobile rays up here. When I get instant headache. My body has responded to the mobile radiation for 25 years, said Brundtland.
The former Norwegian prime minister believes research results show that there is no doubt that there are negative aspects of the waves that hit people because of cell phones and other technological devices.
A committee of experts established by Norwegian authorities concluded in 2013 that there is a coating to say that radiation from mobile phones, wireless networking and mobile phone masts is harmful or may cause health problems...
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