by Jack O'Dwyer, www.odwyerpr.com, 23 June 2017
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.
Flynn, who supervised research on pulsed radiation for the Canadian Army for the purpose of harming enemies, 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.