Smart meters aren’t so smart after all – 33 gov’t agencies calling for program halt

Headaches, insomnia, tinnitus, DNA breakdown. . .  These are just a few of the myriad problems mentioned when people talk about the constant bombardment of EMFs or electromagnetic frequencies, a huge by-product of the new Smart Meters being installed by public utilities around the country.

But wait! We have been told that the Smart Grid, with it’s Smart Meters would be a good thing for all of us. Now we find out that this scheme poses very real dangers to human health?

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I believe in the CONSERVATIVE principles and values of the Republican Party as they are written, and not how they are currently practiced by today's RINO's. Smaller government, lower taxes, more personal responsibility, states' rights, free market capitalism, and less government intrusion in our lives!
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2 Responses to Smart meters aren’t so smart after all – 33 gov’t agencies calling for program halt

  1. Dal Benfield says:

    The government has required our doctors to place all of our medical info. on line. Now this. I, like most other people, thought nothing of it when these meters were being installed. Now I do. More than the electromagnetic fields, I am concerned about all the other survalence possibilities these things give the federal government. They probably can monitor every conversation on our cell phones. And who knows what else.
    Another thing, what is this fiber optic cable for that was placed on Hwy. 90? I suspect that is more than for Google’s interest. I expect they are being placed all over the country. Is that also a survalence aid?

    • Christine says:

      I never did like idea of all medical records being “online”. The fiber optic cable on Hwy-90 is for facebook’s data center out of Morganton. There is a big truck line in Statesville and both Google, Apple and now facebook will hook on there. (At least, that’s how I understand it.)

      And the smart meters are surveillance capable, see Katherine Albrecht’s SpyChips work.

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