Nǐ hǎo: Nǐ zài yīngyǔ fāyīn
Hello in Chinese, I simply love greetings in all languages. I have included Hawaii and soon many other countries. Why so, to greet someone with warm genuine feelings that one is a member of the human family and is a free being and to enjoy the freedom that is our birthright and to smile and feel heartfelt greetings.
This video below well spoken and the interview sincere and well put together with steady voices and points put succinctly. In my view shocking with what is NOW in vogue and used by and against cars. Many years back in the Thatcher government in the UK, Mrs Thatcher[1979-1990] wanted a GPS type satellite. I will continue that under video.
The idea was that drivers would have a satnav type instrument fitted by the manufactures from new, it would have been compulsory to fit them, and so one could monitored where ever you went, they would be permanently on once the ignition was on. It also was put forward that zonal monitoring could be enforced should a emergency be in siege. By the car you could be stopped by police and checked against the satellite. If you watch the video above, its similar. Apparently at that time some Japanese firms brought out a navigation device and was not linked to satellites. I heard through the grapevine Mrs T was furious, and in those days there was still some respect for the public and a modicum of human rights.
The next bit of 'security' was the introduction by old 'evil eyes Tony Blair above. He brought in a USA wireless/radio for police named TETRA.
Terrestrial Trunked Radio (TETRA) (formerly known as Trans-European Trunked Radio) is a professional mobile radio and two-way transceiver (colloquially known as awalkie talkie) specification. TETRA was specifically designed for use by government agencies, emergency services, (police forces, fire departments, ambulance) for public safety networks, rail transportation staff for train radios, transport services and the military.
There was a number of complaints by police officers at the time, that these radios were causing headaches, migraines and so on, and they could only be safe to use them when they STEPPED outside their vehicle. A great way in an emergency.
I have been using police TETRA radio system for several years. I have suffered burning hot ears (the ear that I have my radio earpiece in) and hotness to that side of my face. I have also suffered headaches and dizziness and fatigue, usually after a long shift using my radio. I am very concerned, but I have to pay the bills. I fear we are heading to an epidemic of health problem related to TETRA.
I am a Health & Safety rep. for my Police Force and we are apparently seeing a significant rise in the number of our officers suffering from various forms of cancer. I am obviously concerned about this and would like to know what current information you may have on this subject (maybe contact from other officers?)
H&S rep., Sussex