Author Archives: Josh Hart

Tom Wheeler Dodges Tough Questions at FCC Hearing

Also, see here for a journalist account of security intimidation at the FCC meeting, after he requested to see a t-shirt carried by an attendee with a wireless safety message on it. The repression and intimidation of the press and … Continue reading

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Smart Meters Not Even Needed, Say EU Industry Insiders

Last month, electric power industry insiders admitted at the Eurelectric Conference what experts have known for years– that an efficient, advanced electric power system does not need smart meters after all. This is another blow to the smart grid industry, … Continue reading

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New Stop Smart Meters! Toll-Free Hotline Available for Your “Burning” Smart Meter Questions

If you have questions about organizing in your community to stop smart meters or other wireless technologies, feel free to call our new toll free US hotline (888) 965-6435. This is a service especially vital for those who do not … Continue reading

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Wireless Health Science Firmer Than Ever as FCC Poised to Say “Screw Health” and Approve 5G Wireless Micro-Cell Invasion

Update 7/14/16: Landline destruction and 5G wireless approved by FCC (foxes do what comes naturally when allowed to rule the hen house…) In May, the results of a “game-changing” $25 Million study on the cancer risk of wireless technology, carried … Continue reading

Posted in Animal Harm, Cancer, Cell phones, FCC, health effects, Health studies, Illinois, radio-frequency radiation, Safety, Smart Grid | 3 Comments

Defend our Safe and Reliable Analog Landline Telephones

Update Friday, May 27th: AB2395 has been left in the “suspense” file and will likely not be moving through the legislature this year. All your calls, e-mails, and letters made a difference! Thank you for taking action to defend our … Continue reading

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