FCC Comment is now open to all citizens and the new training guide titled, “Concerned Citizen Action: The Essential Keys to Effective FCC Public Commenting and Petitioning of Key Government Agencies“, is your new best friend!
This new training guide from EMF Experts Classroom is for any concerned citizen who’s serious about making a difference, written by Professional Electrical Engineer, R. Chris Young, just in time for your comment get the FCC’s attention before the May 15th deadline of a very important FCC proposal seeking public comment.
May 15th is when the FCC will close all public input and make its decision on the safety standards of new never-before-seen technologies, like 5G, and wireless power transfer (charging wireless devices through the atmosphere wirelessly and eliminating the need for batteries or charging wireless devices with electrical power), and more. All of which will add far more biologically-untested frequencies, transmissions at higher power levels, and greater exposure than we have ever imagined.
These will thicken the electronic soup immensely!
The importance of submitting your FCC comment, or any comment to a government agency that must publish a request for public comment as part of a public record, cannot be overstated because it is, in effect, the call for public comment is your government asking YOU for your direct input, which will become part of the public record regarding the decisions those agencies, like the FCC, are making on your behalf as a result of public dialog.
However, far beyond that “self evident truth”, the overriding importance of submitting effective comments is what really cannot be overstated since many a noble EMF Safety Advocate Group has submitted hundreds of pages of heart rendering public comment to the FCC only to have it instantly dismissed and thrown on the heap with the hundreds of other public comments that did not follow the instructions for submitting comments.
For years, all the while the FCC has been making decisions and changing rules when it comes to expanding wireless communication, countless well-intended EMF safety advocates have tried and failed to get their public comments to bear any weight on the FCC decision making process because they submitting their comment incorrectly.
So, we put together this quick 55 page training guide on how to submit FCC comments knowledgeably and correctly. AND BE TAKEN SERIOUSLY BY THE FCC.
Submitting Your FCC Comment and being involved in creating a Public Record is critical to managing the deployment of 5G in ways that are lawful, healthful, and responsible!
This easy to follow, must-have Guide will show you how to dash off a noteworthy Express Comment in a few minutes, or File a Standard Comment that gets included in the Public Record and Really Makes a Difference in the FCC decision making process!
Learn how to submit your comments, be heard, and taken seriously by the FCC and also other key government agencies, like the EPA, NIH, and FDA who’s rules and policies impact your personal safety EMF-wise at arms length, because the FCC turns to its “expert sister agencies” for their recommendations.
Obtain your Guide in the EMF Experts Classroom and submit your FCC Comment before May 15:
With 5G now beginning to blanket our cities, laws being changed to hasten it, and the very high stakes of exposing citizens to 5G without any biological health testing, the concerned and informed voice of the average citizen has never been more important.
If there ever has been a “Speak now or Forever hold your Peace” situation of far reaching importance – this is it. Speak Up and Do it Now.
This Guide is available in the EMF Experts Classroom, where you can find many other valuable training guides and self-guided courses.
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Seriously? Why Training to Make a Public Comment is Necessary
Of course you, like many well-meaning concerned citizens, can go the the FCC.gov official government site yourself and wander around through the labyrinth of procedural red tape and government-speak, and out of frustration, despite your best intentions, you just end up just fiddling while Rome burns.
If you are lucky enough to find it you can even read the current proposal (Docket) that the is FCC is asking for public comment on before May 15, and if someone knowledgeable guides you where to go, you can submit a quick comment on it at https://www.fcc.gov/ecfs/filings/express, and the FCC will be glad to help you at https://www.fcc.gov/ecfs/help/ecfs.
The unspoken problem, the elephant in the room in fact, is that unless you know how to understand what the FCC Docket is proposing in real-world terms and how submit a comment on it correctly, all comments that the FCC receives from the public will simply be dismissed. And the surprising truth is that nearly ALL are (as past FCC public records have shown), except for a startling few comments that have made the cut.
And so, again, you can find yourself in the position of feeling like you are fiddling while Rome burns, despite your best intentions AND you best efforts because, without ever really having your comment heard another opportunity to have your comment count is lost, while the FCC marches ahead with its 5G Fast Plan.
So, the purpose of this article, is to serve not just as a heads-up of the current opportunity to comment, or a sign post to take you to the comment page, but to offer our readers the valuable skills and knowledge to submit effective comments, by first obtaining training (from a trusted professional electrical engineer) about the FCC comment process, which includes how to submit comments correctly, how to submit opinions that will actually be considered by the FCC, how to understand the issues the FCC has named in their current proposal – what they mean in the real world, how they effect you, and what about them is important to comment on. And also to provide examples of successful past comments, which serve as positive role models for would-be commenters on how to submit effective comments that get accepted into the decision making process where they can have impact rather than be “disposed of” (FCC’s words) and end up as thousands of comments from well-meaning concerned citizens have – on the disposal heap.
Check out the Table of Contents to see what is included in this training guide, and find out that you don’t know what you don’t know, when it comes to “Concerned Citizen Action: The Essential Keys to Effective FCC Public Commenting and Petitioning of Key Government Agencies“.