The new SmartMeters are being installed
at a break-neck pace for the ultimate goal
of producing a “SmartGrid”.


smartmeter“[Utility companies] have convinced themselves
that they can install SmartMeters in your house
by some reaching-to-the-Moon jive called ‘Implied
Consent.’ They pretend you consent, even though,
you don’t really know what they’re doing.”


SmartMeters emit pulsed EMF radiation (a class
2b carcinogen) into you living space.

The real question is: “What is the evidence that
SmartMeters are safe and have no adverse health
effects?” These devices were never tested before
being release in the tens of millions upon the North
American population.

While there have been no studies to show the
effects of SmartMeters on people living in a house,
there is an enormous host of studies from the past
conducted on animals, showing that exposure to
elevated levels of radio frequencies for long levels
of time increases the risk of cancer, increases the
damage to the nervous system, it causes
electrosensitivity, has adverse reproductive effects,”
says David Carpenter, public health physician who
graduated from Harvard Medical School, worked for
the New York State Department of Health, became
the Dean of the School for Public health, specifically
studying the effects of electromagnetic frequencies
on public health and is now a Member of the Board
of the School for Public Health.


SmartMeters are instruments of surveillance as
defined by Federal Wiretapping Law because
SmartMeters monitor personal activities by electronic
means inside private homes and businesses.

Already, several law enforcement cases have been
brought forth using data gathered from SmartMeters,
in breach of the 4th Amendment and other laws.


The old analog systems were not hackable…


“It is not legal for an electric company to install
a surveillance device on your house. SmartMeters
are (in effect) no different from wiretapping devices…
Here’s a tip: Tell them they can’t change your meter.
They had no trouble billing you with the old meter.

“If you send them a notice by Registered Mail that
they may not install a SmartMeter or any other
surveillance device on your house, their
‘implied consent’ argument goes out the window!
I would do that if I were you.”

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