Interview with Stop Smart Meters Georgia!

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Interview with Andrew McAfee of Raleigh ES

The second stop on our WhistleStop Smart Meters! Tour was in Raleigh, NC where we met Andrew McAfee, formerly a horn player with the UNC Symphony Orchestra and founder of Raleigh ES.  Andrew is organizing to oppose smart meters and working to defend the rights of electro-hyper-sensitive people in the Raleigh area.

We sat down with him during our visit to find out the whole story about how he has suffered from wireless radiation and what accommodations he has been able to obtain from the University.   By going public with his affliction, and continuing to educate those around him, Andrew has carved out a safe niche for himself and others, and is a model for others similarly affected.

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Interview with City of Fort Collins Light and Power

After hearing how the City of Fort Collins was treating Virginia and Craig Farver, we paid a visit to the utility and had a pleasant little exchange with them.  Note the color of Dennis Sumner’s face as we expose their “rational utility upgrade project eliminating ‘obsolete’ technologies” as a fascist violation of human and constitutional rights.   You can almost see the wheels turning inside their heads as they realize- “Are we the bad guys?”

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Interview with Craig and Virginia Farver

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Stop Smart Meters! Raises Awareness and Utility Ire at Colorado Rural Electric Association

Colorado’s Poudre Valley Rural Electric Association were kind enough to schedule their once in three years annual meeting breakfast to coincide with Stop Smart Meters! Whistlestop tour.   It would have been rude not to pay them a visit while we were in Fort Collins.

For the first time in their 75 year history, PVREA did not allow the public to speak at the meeting, so we had to get creative.   Virginia Farver and I crashed the meeting and visited more than 20 tables, handing out more than 200 of our wireless awareness cards to attendees before the staff caught wind and escorted us out.   Quite rude of them really, as we were simply trying to protect the health and safety of their members.  Despite what the hotel staff said, they did indeed kick us out just for handing out flyers!

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