The Global TETRA Framework
TETRA is being implemented on a global scale. Contracts for Tetra exist, or are being planned, in at least these countries: China, Australia, Brazil, Russia, the United Kingdom, Spain, Hungary, Denmark, France, Germany, Norway, Belgium, Finland, Holland. The United States also has plans for an emergency radio network system and TETRA would seem to be the likely choice in that country, too.
People don't know that
"the system pulses at 17.6 Hz broadcast at 400 MHz which is essentially the Pandora Project." http://www.rense.com/general11/mm.htm
"...the RF vibrations will attract and thereby screw up the job the calcium ions were designed to do, not only inside the cell but anywhere else, including nerve synapses." http://www.cogreslab.co.uk/TETRA.htm
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U.S. Dept. of Homeland Security and TETRA
Tom Ridge of U.S. Dept. of Homeland Security mentioned plans for an emergency radio network system on Meet the Press:
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MR. RUSSERT: Let me turn to a report from former Senator Warren Rudman, the Council on Foreign Relations, who was on this program a month ago, and this is what his conclusions were. “...the United States has not reached a sufficient national level of emergency preparedness and remains dangerously unprepared to handle a catastrophic attack on American soil, particularly one involving chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear agent, or coordinated high-impact conventional means.” Do you agree?
SEC’Y RIDGE: I do not agree. Listen, I’ve had
several conversations with the senator.
There are, again, ongoing efforts, not just at the federal level, the
state and local level, training and exercises all the time, the
involvement of the Center for Disease Control and the National Institute
of Health, and our Health and Human Services. Every single day, Tim, we
build more and better capacity to deal with these issues. My view is is
that there should never be a day we’re satisfied with what we’ve done. We
always need to move forward and look to the next deterrent, look to the
next security measure, look to the next enhancement of protection, but our
ability to respond to an incident of that sort has improved
significantly since September 11th and we will continue to build the
capacity to do just that. That’s our job. America is very much engaged in
this process, not just the federal government.
( Bariumblues comment: It sounds like Ridge and Rudman are using a tried and true political trick. They seem to have differing points of view but are probably really working together to sell this system to the American population.)