Communities Have the Right to Know and the Right to Choose


Yesterday, SF supervisors voted 3-0 to proceed with their “right to know” cell phone cancer warning legislation- even if it means defending a lawsuit against the Cellular Telecommunications Industry Association.  Watch how CTIA representatives attempt to wriggle out of questions about the recent World Health Organization designation of non-ionizing radiation (from cell phones, towers, wifi, and of course- smart meters) as a class 2B carcinogen.  Painful to watch.

Why is it that every time an executive from the telecom/utilities industry reassures us of the safety of wireless technology, we feel less safe?

Why is it that every day that goes by, the telecom/utilities industry sounds more like the tobacco industry?

Thanks to Kevin Kunze for the video.

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2 Responses to Communities Have the Right to Know and the Right to Choose

  1. Mia Nony says:

    Right to know? We don’t know the half of what they have planned. The meters are the tip of the berg! Try pulling back this curtain:

  2. Mia Nony says:

    “All I wanna say is that they don’t really care about us”
    The Drill
    This Is It
    Michael Jackson

    It will take an unimagined degree of courage, solidarity and strategic activism to look unflinchingly at these men behind the Smart Grid curtain and to face just what we are up against if we are to subvert their global agenda.

    “Betrayal brings you into reality”.
    Carl Jung

    Technocracy’s Endgame: Global Smart Grid


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