Category Archives: Democracy

Unhappy Duke Energy Customers in Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana. Are you one of them?

On January 24, 2017, WCPO Cincinnati reporter, John Matarese produced a story about Southwest Ohio and Northern Kentucky customers who had contacted him about astronomical utility bills. “Why Your Duke Bill’s So High Despite Warm Month”  He also posted a … Continue reading

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“NO 5G” Rally in Washington DC April 20th

An Alert from Whatis5G.info: PLEASE JOIN US FOR A RALLY OUTSIDE THE FCC ON THURSDAY, APRIL 20th The rally will take place from 9:00 – 10:15 am (at 445 12th Street SW, Washington, DC) after which people are encouraged to … Continue reading

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Stop Smart Meters for Cars!

The United States is now considering mandating smart-meter-like wireless transmitting devices in every motor vehicle in the country, a bad move for a number of health, safety, and privacy reasons. More background and links on this topic can be found … Continue reading

Posted in Democracy, Electro-Hyper-Sensitivity, EMF Mitigation, Environmental Concerns, Federal Government, health effects, radio-frequency radiation, Safety, Smart Grid, Washington DC, Wi-Fi | 1 Comment

Our Ethics and Principles

With increasing awareness of wireless-related health problems, there are a flood of new peoples and organizations promising solutions to the problem- a lot of them sincere and helpful.  However, you need to be aware of an increase in misleading, distracting … Continue reading

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Southern California Gas Disconnects “Opt Out” Fee Resister; Fairfax, Sebastopol Face Forced Smart Meter Deployment

California Investor-Owned Utilities on War Path On December 7th, 2016, the Southern California Gas Company disconnected the gas service of San Luis Obispo resident Ken Herrmann for unpaid “opt-out” fees related to their “advanced” metering system. This is the first … Continue reading

Posted in California, Citizen rebellion, CPUC, Democracy, legal issues, neighborhood organizing, PG&E, Privacy, SCE, SDG&E | 1 Comment