Written statement submitted by Planetary Association for Clean Energy, Inc. a non-governmental organization in special consultative status.

By Olivier Vuillemin
Feb. 11th, 2019
(Links to statement and references can be found below)

Olivier Vuillemin is an entrepreneur with a background in innovation management. He has been suffering from Radio Frequency – Electromagnetic radiation poisoning since 2004. Among other things, he spent the better part of the past decade involved as an independent expert at the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC), International Telecommunications Union (ITU) and International Standards Organization (ISO) on topics related to healthcare metrology, telebiometrics and environmental metrology. He currently serves as main UN representative for the Planetary Association for Clean Energy in Geneva (UNOG), Vienna (UNOV) and New York (UNHQ).

This document was submitted to the UN Human Rights Council on February 11th 2019 from the perspective of human subjects experiments and Article 7 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights as cited in the preamble of UNGA Resolution 39/46. It seems that this is the first time ever since the signature of this treaty that anyone has used this mechanism in this specific way. The precedent is the doctor’s trial at Nüremberg. 

From the legal perspective, this document was worked on by lawyers specialized in international law, environmental law and human rights law which included veterans at the UNHRC. It was peer-reviewed and commented upon by 25 scientists and medical doctors who also participated in the development of its 89 pages of references.

This is a valid UN work document which was established and submitted within its legal framework. Due to its unequivocal stance on the degree of conflicts of interests at the WHO, ITU, IEC, ICNIRP, SCENHIR and others, it was obvious from day one that neither the Special Rapporteurs nor the High Commissioner of the UNHRC would discuss its explosive content. Although polite, this document says that every UN sister organization who has a say on the topic of EMR is basically willingly and knowingly plagued with conflicts of interests. These organizations are not only accomplices but play the lead role in this cover-up. Five Special Rapporteurs were contacted (environment, toxic waste, rights of handicapped people, rights of children, inhuman and degrading treatments) to no avail except a brief discussion with the SR on Toxic Waste’s assistant.

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