The hidden dangers of wi-fi and too much screen time

By Ashley Hayes

Dr. Reizer’s article, “You Are Being Programmed To Have An Attention Deficit Disorder” highlights another level of organized crime happening invisibly yet in plain sight, so prevalent now; yet another sneaky — and sick — way to mess with the minds of children and get them to a doctor so that they can then be placed on medication that will further alter their brains and bodies.  Additionally,  criminally-over-diagnosed “ADHD” is categorized as a “mental illness” by the American Psychiatric Association.  So a kid who was innocently playing games — and nothing else — can now potentially be labeled “mentally ill” — a label that will follow him for life, and create havoc in ways many parents don’t yet understand..  Limiting children’s screentime, as Dr. Reizer suggests, is crucial and must be taken seriously.

Another extremely important reason to limit their screen time is the danger to their overall health, including reproductive health, that comes from using devices connected via wi-fi.  Military Microwave Expert Barrie Trower saw what was coming, years ago, with the explosion of cell tower installations.  He knew the dangers they posed to everyone, but particularly children — and, most especially, girls.  So he came out of retirement and has traveled the globe, speaking anywhere he could, to warn others of the dangers of wi-fi.  He states that not only do they create attention deficit disorders but destroy overall long-term health.  He tells of one elementary school previously filled with happy kids, with no behavioral problems, to every single child being diagnosed with ADHD shortly after having a cell tower installed on school grounds.  Every child. 

Trower’s expert testimony and Declaration have been used in multiple court cases, with much success. To see several of his videos, go here:  http://wifiinschools.com/videos-why-women-and-children-are-more-vulnerable.html

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Ashley Hayes is a former business entrepreneur, patented inventor, researcher, and writer seeking to bring attention to the clearly-organized crimes of unlawful and corrupt law enforcement and fusion center personnel against innocent Americans and citizens worldwide, as well as crimes committed by military contractors via 21st century technology, and to the pandemic of child trafficking by those in power.

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3 thoughts on “The hidden dangers of wi-fi and too much screen time

  1. lhakes12 October 19, 2022 / 2:28 pm

    John and Ashley on the ADD topic:
    The label of Attention Deficit Disorder is definitely another way to put kids on drugs. And I believe that not only have childhood vaccines caused autism, but much of this ADD business as well. Although, certainly the hypnotic gazing at WI-FI devices don’t help either. That’s the new way to fry people’s minds!
    My now 38 year old nephew received the label ADHD as a young child and was on Ritilan for most of his life growing up. He had issues which I am sure the drugs contibuted to. And he still has many quirks to this day. He is quite accident prone with his impulsive behavior. But his energy can be a lot of fun to be around, too. But maybe not always! 😂
    And interestly, he won’t have anything to do with technology. He doesn’t own a TV. (Although I guess he will go the the threatre occasionally.) He also only uses an old type flip top phone. No internet. He does not have a computer.
    And he hates the technology in his car. He prefers to ride his bike whenever he can.
    I have to wonder if on some level of consciousness that he recognizes that these entrancing objects upset his mind!
    (And great article, Ashley, on ” There is no such thing as a Psychiatric Disorder/Disease/Chemical Imbalance” Which didn’t seem to appear on nofakenews directly, but did in nofakenews email. The whole chemical imbalance issue is a sham to make money for Big Pharma as well. Psychiatrist’s are drug pushers, too.)
    Lisa
    Children’s Health Defense
    9/9/2022
    ” Our kids need your help to protect them from cell tower radiation! Schools are accepting financial incentives from telecom giants to add cell towers to their properties. In true Big Tech fashion, corporate profits have taken over public health.”

    • Dr. John Reizer October 19, 2022 / 4:45 pm

      Thank you for sharing all of that, Lisa. Yes, psychotropic drugs are nasty products and are hard on the body. The drugs are also quite addictive.

      There are no lab tests, x-rays, or other measurable ways to diagnose mental diseases. It is one step up the ladder of fraud from the diseases diagnosed by rigged lab tests. All diseases are intellectual properties owned by big medicine and big pharma.

      Diseases are all imaginary things that make money for drug companies. It’s a giant scam.

      What is real are various body disorders that equate to abnormal functions or expressions of physiology.

      Order in biology equals good health, meaning the proper expression of human and animal physiology.

      Disorder in biology or chaos equals abnormal functions or expressions of physiology

      Drugs can never cure or improve disorders or improper physiological functions. Drugs can only inhibit the expression of human physiology. This sometimes alters the way people feel or modifies symptoms but never improves human or animal physiology, and never improves health.

      John

    • Ashley October 19, 2022 / 6:09 pm

      Lisa,
      That’s interesting that your nephew wants nothing to do with technology. I have no doubt it upsets his sensitive system, and it’s great that he listens to what his body is telling him.
      Also, as for the other article, we pulled it as it was incomplete. My communication with John (and others) is constantly interfered with, and he only received half the article — and part of a second one. It was posted, and sent out, before we realized the error, and before we realized he never received my request not to post it yet, as I felt it may be too convoluted.
      I hope to tweak it a bit, and re-submit soon. But, thanks again!

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