Did you forbid access to personal dosimetry for non-ionising radiation, watt per kilo weight?

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Joanna Iatridou

Dear Department of Health,

1. Did you forbid access to personal dosimetry for non-ionising radiation, watt per kilo weight?
2. Did you or any Mental Health Authority forbid to GPs and psychiatrists to offer referral for personal dosimetry that is accurate detection of Directed Energy Weapons attacks allegations? (Watt per kilo weight or Kilojoule, joules per kilo weight are accurate proof and measure to show if a person has indeed been hit with DEWs or he has some other illness or phobia)
3. Did you or any mental Health Body order GPs to threaten with detention under the Mental Health Act any patient complaining about attacks with DEWs, Directed Energy Weapons, when personal dosimetry of stored electricity is a clear yes or no answer to suspicions or allegations about DEWs?

4. Why you did not offer this type of personal dosimetry to those Greenham Common Peace protesters who complained in 1984-85 about being attacked with Directed Energy, Electromagnetic EMF/ELF weapons? You had the knowledge and the capacity to measure them, back then and why this was not known to GPs and psychiatrists 26 years now?

To help you out I summarised my findings on this in my blog
www.howbizarre2010.blogspot.com

Yours faithfully,

Joanna Iatridou

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Our Ref: DE00000512529

Dear Ms Iatridou,

Thank you for your email dated 12 June to the Department of Health about
radiation dosimetry. I have been asked to reply.

I note that you have asked for your request to be treated under the
Freedom of Information (FOI) Act. However, the FOI Act only applies to
recorded information such as paper or electronic archive material. It
does not cover unrecorded information which officials may remember,
official advice (apart from past advice that the Department of Health has
given where a record of this has been kept), or requests for an official
policy statement (again, apart from past policy statements, where a record
has been kept). Therefore, the Department has concluded that your request
falls outside the scope of the FOI Act, and we are responding as we would
to general Departmental correspondence.

As you are aware, the Department's role is to set out a strategic
framework and secure adequate funding for the NHS and adult care
services. It is the responsibility of the individual NHS Trusts, in
partnership with Strategic Health Authorities and other local
stakeholders, to plan, develop and improve services for local people,
including services for people with mental health problems.

Therefore, you may wish to contact your local NHS mental health trust with
your concerns. Contact details for all NHS organisations are available on
the NHS website by clicking the `Find services' tab. The website address
is:

[1]http://www.nhs.uk.

It might also be helpful if I explain that GPs are allowed to prescribe
any treatment, including any unlicensed product, which they consider to be
necessary for the treatment of their patients under the NHS. This is
subject to two provisos: firstly, that the treatment is not included in
Schedules 1 or 2 to the NHS (General Medical Services contract)
Regulations 2000 and secondly, that the GP is prepared to justify any
challenges to their prescribing by the local Primary Care Trust.

With regard to your concerns about detention under the Mental Health Act,
I should explain that a person can be detained under the Act only if he or
she meets the criteria for detention:

o he or she has a mental disorder, the nature or degree of which
makes hospital admission appropriate; and
o medical treatment is necessary for the health or safety of the
patient or protection of others.

Except in emergencies, the application for admission must be supported by
two written medical recommendations. Following assessment, the patient
will be discharged if he or she does not meet the criteria for detention.

I hope that this reply is helpful.

Yours sincerely,

Jane Ivey
Customer Service Centre
Department of Health

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Joanna Iatridou

Dear Department of Health,Jane Ivey

Top marks for diplomacy in you reply which is totally unacceptable for the following reasons:
1. Non-ionising radiation attacks (directed energy weapons DEWs, Masers, Phasrs and other, just like nuclear radiation attacks are a matter of national health strategy, not a matter of local choice.

Therefore the 100% attitude of GPs and Law Enforcement to section anybody complaining for non-ionising radiation harm= Directed energy weapons is malicious and it is a liability of the Health Dept together with the Health and Safety Commission because it takes only half hour to measure watt per kilo weight at an Health Protection Agency centre if the person did get attacked or imagines things. This is a 26 years criminal failing, so please clarify what is the responsibility of the health Dept re both nuclear and non-ionising radiation. If public was attacked with nuclear radiation you would measure this you would not section them, would you? Please present here what are your duties re. radiation contamination: both nuclear and non-ionising.Otherwise I will consider escalating the matter, thanks

Yours faithfully,

Joanna Iatridou

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Our ref: DE00000519214 - DE512529 - Did you forbid access to personal
dosimetry for non-ionising radiation, watt per kilo weight

Dear Ms Iatridou,

Thank you for your further email of 30 June about radiation dosimetry. I
have been asked to reply.

I am sorry that you were unhappy with Ms Ivey's previous reply. I should
explain that the Department provides strategic and policy leadership to
the NHS. It does not carry out any radiation testing.

You have correctly stated in your previous email that this falls within
the remit of the Health Protection Agency (HPA). You may therefore wish
to contact your GP and the HPA to discuss details of what testing is
available and how to obtain a referral for such tests. The Department is
unable to provide you with further information on this subject.

The following link will provide you with further information about the
HPA's work: [1]http://www.hpa.org.uk/Topics/Radiation/.

Yours sincerely,

Bilal Ghafoor
Customer Service Centre
Department of Health

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Joanna Iatridou

Dear Department of Health,Bilal Ghafoor

Please read my FOI re. Paolo Fiora's torture and his facebook page in his own words:HELP-SAVE-PAOLO-FIORAS-LIFE
http://www.facebook.com/home.php?#!/page...

For six years now Paolo Fiora tells the psychiatrist this is all "stress" he tolerates torture (so he tolerated training on him as clay-pigeon at least 120 torturers, 20 a year), to escape forcible detention and Risperidone injections or worse, ECT if he blames DEWs non-ionizing radiation weapons attacking him.ALL GPs and Hospitals call DEWs weapons complaints= mental illness.
I witnessed another target throwing up a pint of blood, all night in the UCL Hospital A&E.He had been shot in the street, by a directed energy weapon on his liver. Surely I cannot be smarter than UCL Hospital? After they did all the tests and had eliminated all other causes, the target X had not been kicked in the ribs, had no cancer or TB or any other virus, UCL did not tell him: we'll book you to be measured in HPA, if you were shot in the liver by DEWs.Known type of weapon injury 26 years now at least.

HPA does not exist for St Mary's Paddington, UCL, all GPs and Hospitals in Scotland, the Wishaw General Hospital,the South Lanark Medical Centre and the Whipps Cross Hospital East London.

The Health and Safety Commission since 1974 and the HPA since 2003 both had Depts for non-ionizing and both know this is being used in a wide range of weapons. I had to read all Brussels Directives to "discover" HPA. The target X to this day,would rather die from bleeding shot in the liver, than mention DEWs and get sectioned.As for my self, to skip "ranting" I will blog on www.howbizarre2010.blogspot.com

But the non-existence of HPA referrals the entire NHS is under "National strategy instructions" to section DEWs targets by force,deception or any other way.

You did not forbid, HPA was kept unknown across the UK. Non one target got measuring from HPA so far, and if I do, I will be the first.Who is doing this deception 26 years now? Did you sent memo to section all DEWs complainants and keep silence about the HPA?

Yours faithfully,

Joanna Iatridou

Joanna Iatridou left an annotation ()

Useful links:
No sleep 133 hours DEWs attacks:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p1qJqGbYd...

shot in the eye with DEWs:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vZlkrTDgi...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=npjtEC9xq...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PFLvQpNFo...

If Health Dept wants to contact the target,I can get them in touch, ask him how many times he got sectioned because he mentioned the word DEWs

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Our ref: DE00000522809

Dear Ms Iatridou,

Thank you for your further email of 12 July about non-ionising radiation.
I have been asked to reply.

I note that you have written to the Department previously about this
issue. I can confirm that the information given to you in my response of
12 July (our ref: DE00000522809), that the issues raised fall within the
remit of the Health Protection Agency (HPA), is the most up-to-date and
accurate available. The Government's position remains as set out in
previous letters.

I am sorry if this is not the reply that you were hoping for, but as there
is nothing further that the Department can add, we must now consider this
matter to be closed. Unless you raise a new question, any further letters
sent to the Department will be logged but may not receive a reply.

Yours sincerely,

Bilal Ghafoor
Customer Service Centre
Department of Health

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