Smart meters debate carries on

...This is being met head-on by one of the most ferocious oppositions to ever be mounted by an indignant, angry and endangered population.

If there are those in our communities and in our nations who think that the smart meter issue is losing steam and that the discussion has taken place and it is time to move on, then those individuals ought to have been at the Drill Hall in Enderby recently.

An overflow crowd estimated to be upwards of 300 concerned citizens wedged their overheated bodies onto uncomfortable wooden chairs in the non-air-conditioned atmosphere of this historic structure to witness the expert testimonies of three experienced, well-informed professionals who, in no uncertain terms outlined the dangerous activity occurring in hundreds of municipal jurisdictions around the globe.

Make no mistake however, this is being met head-on by one of the most ferocious oppositions to ever be mounted by an indignant, angry and endangered population.

The audience heard how involuntary wireless technology, proliferated in all its many invisible forms, is blasting and bombarding entire populations with electro-magnetic frequencies that are threatening their mental and physical health, according to many nations’ medical standards.

These developments include Wi-Fi, microwave ovens, cellular and cordless phones, wireless routers, all wireless monitors including baby monitors, TV remotes, garage door openers, etc., and smart meters with their accompanying routers and collectors.

Globally, scientists are warning that we are witnessing today the largest technological experiment in the history of the world without the knowledge or consent of its uninformed subjects.

We, are those subjects.

Globally all living organisms are on the brink of extinction.

After the bees are gone, humanity has 50 years left to speculate.

During the course of the evening a letter, addressed to the Prime Minister of Canada was read outlining the security threat that faces Canada and any nation foolish enough to rely on a wireless power ‘smart grid’ network.

This leaves one to consider then, that since there is no benefit to mankind from wireless technology, except for questionable convenience and entertainment aspects, the only benefit is to those wealthy promoters who stand to add to their wealth and corporate power networks at the expense of the environment of all living things.

Ed Murdoch

Enderby