Florida Whistlestop Interview

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5 Responses to Florida Whistlestop Interview

  1. Marilynne Martin says:

    Thanks Josh for coming to Florida and helping make this event a huge success.
    This film helps to raise the awareness of all the dangers and pitfalls of smart meters.

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  3. Diana says:

    I would like to speak with you about helping me in conducting a viewing of the DVD “take back your power” in my area. I live in North Palm Beach, originally from California, and am extremely concerned that so many people are not even aware of this issue. I purchased the DVD, and all the people I’ve loaned it to have become educated and are open to finding out more about this issue. In particular, I would like to have a viewing at our City Council meeting, and involve the Building Dept, as well as local Electricians, and Fire Department personnel. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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  5. Shari Anker says:

    Josh, I can not thank you enough for stopping in Stuart on your Whistle Stop Tour. It was a hugely successful event, and with no doubt, has become a catalyst for more screenings and more discussions among friends and family. You deserve the highest praise for taking hold of this issue as it emerged. It is a scientifically complex and politically unwieldy topic that is unnerving in its immensity. Because of you and others willing to stick their necks out the awareness of this issue is reaching a turning point. It is a great opportunity to truly reach into the reasons we came to such a place, and how our society and its politics need to change to protect our citizens.

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