Does the State of California Department of Education care more about wireless technology than the children?

This was sent to me by a mom in Fullerton who truly cares.  

I just read the California Department of Education, News Release: #13-62, dated June 6, 2013.  Here it is:

The first sentence reads:  “State Superintendent Tom Torlakson today hailed President Obama’s call to give more schools broadband internet access and wireless network capacity.”  This, after all the letters written to LA Unified School District by MDs, PhDs, and scientists imploring LAUSD to use wired technologies.  And, this is after all the pushback from the LA teacher’s union on using the wireless technology and pushback from parents across the state.

There is just so much information out there that says the EMF (electro magnetic frequency) radiation is harmful to our children.   It is available to us all.

As a mother of three, it is shocking that Torlakson can just turn a deaf ear to this information that is so important.  How does that happen?

As a mom, when you drop your child off for school in the morning, you don’t want one hair on their head harmed by being in the school environment.   I certainly don’t want my children experiencing “double strand DNA breaks” or “decreased sperm motility” or headaches, leukemia, etc.  What happens when a school decides for us, and makes the choice for our children, to be exposed to WiFi radiation?   Does the State of California have that right?

It seems as if the state believes that the Internet can only be accessed via an unsafe, wireless means.  We all know that is not true.  Yet, they are insisting on this.  Why?

Apparently, it makes no difference to Superintendent Torlakson, he won’t settle for safe and secure wired technologies.  No, he prefers to risk the health of millions of California children for the sake of what?  So that our children can run around with an iPad in their hands?

Why doesn’t the harmful radiation make any difference to Tom Torlakson?  Why isn’t he as concerned about the safety of our children as we  parents?   Mr. Torlakson, don’t you care about the health and welfare of our children?  Why can’t you take a precautionary stance on this issue and opt for wired technologies? Well as a matter of fact from his own re-election web page,   we quote:  ” As the chair and founder of the California Task Force on Youth and Workplace Wellness, Tom has been a leader on banning junk food from our schools, providing healthier school meals, and promoting student health and fitness”.  

I don’t get it. Does damaging WiFi promote health and fitness?

As a mom, all I can say is that Torlakson needs to undergo the same experiment as the Fullerton School District Superintendent, Dr. Pletka.

So, Tom Torlakson, here you go:  before our children are subjected to this UNPRECEDENTED WiFi EMF radiation experiment, you must be the FIRST to step up to the plate.  We, the parents, insist that you sit in a room with a WiFi router, 35 operating iPads at legal emission levels, 6 hrs/day for 180 days/year for 12 years.

At the end of that time, you tell us how that worked out for you.

Since you think it is OK to experiment on our kids, we must insist that you be experimented on FIRST.

One final thing, Mr. Torlakson, mom’s don’t take kindly to their children’s health being compromised.  We take a lot of care in raising our children.  We make sure they eat right, get to the doctor and dentist office when needed, and worry a whole bunch that they are growing up healthy and happy.  Raising children is truly a labor of love and one filled with blood, sweat, and tears, and a lot of sleepless nights.

After all of this, do you think you have the right to put our children in an unsafe environment just because you say so?

You don’t, Mr.  Torlakson.

 Fullerton mother of three-

  1. #1 by Veritas on June 8, 2013 - 11:50 am

    Well as a matter of fact from his own re-election web page, we quote: ” As the chair and founder of the California Task Force on Youth and Workplace Wellness, Tom has been a leader on banning junk food from our schools, providing healthier school meals, and promoting student health and fitness”.

    Torlakson apparently is only interested in health and fitness of the children when it doesn’t jeopardize the sacred cow, WiFi in schools.

  2. #2 by Anonymous on June 8, 2013 - 1:20 pm

    Tom Tom is a Tool

  3. #3 by Joe Imbriano on June 8, 2013 - 2:12 pm

    I believe he cares more about looking like he cares than actually caring. I believe EMF exposure is directly responsible for the epidemics of Autism, developmental disorders, behavioral problems, learning disabilities, low fertility, chronic inflamation, chronic bowel problems, compromised immune function, cancer and a myriad of other chronic health problems that everyone is conveniently blaming on something else. EMF exposure causes deformed sperm, acentric fragmentation, DNA strand breaks, aptosis, structural isomerism, mitochondrial disorders, centromere detachment and a long list of other deleterious effects via non thermal mechanisms that are COMPLETELY IGNORED BY THE FCC, AND THE SCHOOL DISTRICTS.

    I believe that we have quite the priesthood running our educational establishment. This priesthood worships a well guarded sacred cow. Will humanity ever learn? The golden calf of the golden state’s department of education is wireless technology and wireless classrooms. It has become the object of idolatry of all of these priests and priestesses who aimlessly roam the halls of California’s education administration chanting the mantra of 2.45 Ghz. It is a religious system. Your principals and teachers are the evangelists. The ceremonial objects are circular routers and rectangular tablets. Their sermons are the meaningless, bizarrely worded diatribes
    espousing the ambiguous promises of wireless device driven 21st century learning. Your children are the sacrifices on the altar. False gods are never satisfied.

    I believe that Mr. Torlakson is fully aware of all of this information as the L.A.U.S.D. battle brought out the heavy hitters over the debate to hard wire the classrooms instead of installing wireless networks. The State Superintendent of Public Instruction needs to take off the ceremonial robe, the hat, put down the scepter and open his eyes. Parents, you need to open yours as well. The kids are caught in the middle of all this and that is no place for them. They come first, period!

  4. #4 by Anonymous on June 8, 2013 - 5:13 pm

    Good points from someone whose kids are blessed to have such a great mom. I agree with you. Nine months and 18 years of non stop worry and work and now this. Good Lord. We have to stop this.

  5. #5 by another mom on June 9, 2013 - 8:49 am

    ”Tom has been a leader on banning junk food from our schools, providing healthier school meals, and promoting student health and fitness”.

    What about allowing felons to volunteer at California public schools? I never heard a peep from him about the state allowing rapists, murderers, child molesters, arsonists, right onto the school campuses and into the classroom. I couldn’t believe this until I heard it from Sen Bob Huff:

  6. #6 by R.D. on June 9, 2013 - 10:19 am

    It should be criminal. Then maybe they would react properly. Until then money talks, children suffer.

  7. #7 by JBeck on June 9, 2013 - 10:18 pm

    I’m with you, mom of three, I vote that Torlakson undergo 12 years of WiFi EMF radiation.

  8. #8 by sad state of California on June 26, 2013 - 9:32 pm

    It seems that the state of California does care more about the technology.

  9. #9 by evil? on June 27, 2013 - 7:27 am

    I think the state is trampling all over parental rights because they are unaware of the wireless classrooms. Because this information is new, the parents do not have the information they need to advocate on their children’s behalf. The state is taking advantage of the parent’s ignorance.

    I guess the incentive on the state’s part is to receive funding to feed the poorly performing California education beast and employ diversionary tactics of one-to-one technology. All of this on the backs of our children.

    This battle was already fought at the LAUSD, so California pleading ignorance on the WiFi classroom harms is not an argument.

    All in all, it seems evil.

    • #11 by Anonymous on October 23, 2013 - 11:56 pm

      This needs to get to the Korean community-contact Grace Ministries International.

      1645 W Valencia Dr Fullerton, CA 92833
      (714) 446-6200

      They comprise a huge component of the Korean population in Fullerton.

  10. #12 by mom1 on October 24, 2013 - 4:28 pm

    It seems that the schools and the officials think that wireless devices are sacred and worth risking the kids’ health and futures.

    What this is, is criminal.

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