Thanks to a generous donor, for a limited time we are able to offer packs of 50 of our public warning cards and smart meter awareness brochures for only the cost of shipping ($3.95/$5.95).* Order as usual through our online store, where we also have DVD’s, stickers, and Cornet EMF Meters on sale.
Hard to believe, but many people are still not aware of the emerging health risks associated with wireless technology, not to mention the serious safety lapses and privacy violations inherent in this technology. Many really are are grateful for this information!
We believe engaging with social media is important in getting our message out- but it shouldn’t be the only strategy. Looking someone in the eye and handing them some useful information is a more personal, and we believe, lasting approach than just sending a tweet or facebook post that can easily be overlooked or deleted.
This campaign won’t be won without you- the grassroots- knocking on doors and handing out flyers at public events, markets, and grocery stores. Or just dropping off piles of literature at cafe’s and laundromats! Awareness is a necessary prerequisite of action. With mainstream media distortion and silence around the issue, it’s up to us! Order your free cards or brochures today and arm the public where you live with the knowledge to protect themselves and their families.
Order now while supplies last!
*limited to one order of 50 cards and/or 50 brochures per US mailing address please (non-US residents inquire about shipping rates) Please consider donating so we can distribute these even further.
Smart meter coalitions hard work and labor of love are paying off.
many many endless thank you’s (to say the least) to Josh Hart and
Stop Smart Meters! heroes around the planet and world.
Occupy Ventura ( another wonderful news group and action-oriented – direct-action grassroots activism)
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Civil Law Suit filed against Utility and Smart Meter Manufacturer
In December 2012 Deborah Cooney filed a $120 million federal lawsuit against San Diego Gas & Electric Co., smart meter manufacturer Itron, the state Attorney General, the state Public Utilities Commission and others.
The lawsuit, filed in the San Francisco federal court, could be a first of its kind
• Read more at: http://www.electricsense.com/7769/smart-meter-radiation-refugee-emf-lawsuit/#sthash.Nq5d2tKE.dpuf
Local Governments Opposed to Smart Meters
Ventura | Santa Barbara
City of Ojai was first So.Cal. government to criminalize meters.
Schools don’t have resolutions against cell phone towers near schools. In many cases kids are being bombarded. Please look around the schools where your kids are for rooftop towers and arrays.
• Los Angeles : had an ordinance in 2000 but then it was basically overturned in 2009.
No signal zone
You can turn your phone on in Green Bank, W.Va., but you won’t get a trace of a signal. This remote mountainous town is inside the U.S. National Radio Quiet Zone, a 13,000–square-mile area where most types of electromagnetic radiation on the radio spectrum (which includes radio and TV broadcasts, Wi-Fi networks, cell signals, Bluetooth, and the signals used by virtually every other wireless device) are banned to minimize disturbance around the National Radio Astronomy Observatory, home to the world’s largest steerable radio telescope.
soulsecretservice1 | January 9, 2015 at 12:08 pm | Tags: law suit filed against utility smart meters, law suit filed smart meters, no signal zone, protect kids from smart meters, smart meters by schools, smart meters law suit, smart meters los angeles, smart meters ventura county | Categories: Smart Meters | URL: http://wp.me/p1Usim-1EP
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