Category Archives: Democracy

Alameda, CA Police Arrest Man for Refusing Microwave-Pulsing Meters on his Kids’ Bedroom Wall

Alameda’s so-called “smart meter opt out” leaves those in multi-unit housing exposed Alameda, CA—Christopher Rabe, a 39-year resident of Alameda and father of two was arrested on Thursday, March 29th at 10:30am after peacefully standing in the way of Alameda … Continue reading

Posted in California, Changing a Meter, Citizen rebellion, Class Issues and Social Equality, Democracy, health effects, neighborhood organizing, radio-frequency radiation, Smart Grid | 3 Comments

Michigan Sen. Colbeck Speaks Against Wireless Health Impacts

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Police in South Carolina Arrest Woman to Force Smart Meter in Blatant, Illegal Overreach

Because utilities have no legal mandate to force smart meters on private property, the sheriff in this case is acting outside of the law, and must be held accountable. We must rally and support Michelle and all other victims of … Continue reading

Posted in Citizen rebellion, Democracy, Electro-Hyper-Sensitivity, health effects, Installer Threats and Assaults, legal issues, Privacy, radio-frequency radiation, Safety, Smart Grid, South Carolina | 2 Comments

The Health of the People is the Highest Law…

  ….but some politicians and utility executives seem to have forgotten this.  Let’s help them remember. Here are the facts about your legal rights with regard to utilities and smart meter installation programs: 1. Put the burden on your utility … Continue reading

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California Governor Brown VETOES SB649

On October 15th, 2017 Governor Brown VETOED SB649, a bill that would have allowed the telecom industry to bypass traditional planning channels at the local government level, and install new cell towers on every power pole in the state with … Continue reading

Posted in California, Democracy, neighborhood organizing, Uncategorized | 3 Comments