You’ll be shocked at this information. Termed ‘Dead Peasant’ insurance policies taken out by big corporate employers exposed in a movie called ‘Capitalism: A Love Story’. Read and take note. I don’t know the implications for NZ, nevertheless the companies & corporations listed in this article have a presence here in NZ, the likes of Nestlé for instance. Or read the fine print on many of the products you buy, the names will be there. They are global. And if this doesn’t tell you there is a problem with workplace (or anywhere) radiation nothing will. It all reminds us of the fact that we need to protect ourselves from radiation because the corporations are not going to …. and to do that we must educate ourselves. Most folks I talk to are are totally oblivious to the dangers and risks and with a 5G network almost upon us it’s imperative we do this. A good start is to explore the website in the link to this article. In particular watch microwave weapons expert Dr Barrie Trower who says:
“I believe that the wireless communications industry will be responsible for more human suffering and more civilian deaths in peacetime than all the terrorist organizations in the world put together.”
You can watch the Dead Peasant clip here about the insurance & one family’s experience with it:
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ARE YOU A DEAD PEASANT?
The question often arises as to why corporations and other employers might be content, even dedicated, to putting their workers at high risk for sickness and death from exposure to long-term and mandatory wave radiation. The situation does not make sense—unless you understand the Dead Peasant insurance racket. If your corporate employer exposes you to near-field wireless radiation for hours each day, year after year, you may be interested to learn the following:
Your PREMATURE DEATH
Details about this ghastly phenomenon are found in Michael Moore’s 2009 movie Capitalism: A Love Story. Here is a quote: “Most Americans are unaware that for at least the last 25 years big business and banks have been secretly taking out millions of life insurance policies on their workers and naming the corporation the beneficiary of the death benefit without the knowledge of the employee. The individual policies are frequently in the hundreds of thousands of dollars and sometimes millions. To keep track of employees who have left the company, the deaths are tracked through the Social Security Administration. The policies became known as the ‘dead peasant’ or janitor policies because corporations took out insurance policies on millions of low-wage workers including janitors, without their knowledge or consent.”
At special risk are those working at close proximity to wireless computers, modems/routers and those compelled to handle and wear wireless communications devices, including two-way radios, cell phones and DECT cordless phone systems. Unlike wired systems, wireless surveillance and security equipment also inundates workspaces with perpetual and powerful microwave pollution.
In this movie, attorney Michael D. Myers of McClanahan, Myers Espey LLP law firm in Houston, is interviewed. Meyers stated: “With these policies, the companies that buy these want the employees to die in accordance with policy projections. You are more valuable dead to a company than alive.” Myers, who studied Dead Peasant insurance practices for years, also said: “There are probably several million Americans who are covered by one of these policies, or have been at some point. There’s a lot of it out there.”
“The younger a [dead] person is, the higher the benefit is because they’re expected to live longer. Women are also expected to live longer than men. So the most valuable employee to the company, if they’re dead, is a young woman.” Michael Myers …. Attorney
According to Michael Moore’s movie, some of the companies known to have furtively collected death benefits on deceased employees in the US include:
Bank of America
Proctor and Gamble