The world is sleepwalking into an Orwellian reality!
New Canadian Exposee Smart-Meter Film
Smart-meters raise serious concerns about privacy, security and health. If the installation of a smart-meter causes your tolerable lifetime radiation dose (ionising and non-ionising) to be exceeded you may no longer be able to be near common everyday devices such as lights, TVs, computers, Wi-Fi or for that matter mobile phones, cars and public transport. Consider if you will for a moment what that means for those already EHS and what that would mean for you, your prospects, lifestyle and liberty and that of your children.
Added 28 Sept 2012
Listen to Dr Dietrich Klinghardt He makes a lot of sense.
The vast amounts of data generated every few seconds by up to 3 smart-meters in all 22 million UK homes and all other buildings and elsewhere will be a massive goldmine of very detailed real-time information. It will need a new network of Data Superhighways to collect and deliver it to Government and buyers. Next time you hear of some ‘communications infrastructure’ project taking place or are told that ‘your meter needs changing’ be alert to what that really means.
Smart-meter projects are underway now. This industry-provided map shows some of them:
Watch this video on smart-meters. Its an eye opener!
Readers will doubtless be reassured to hear that according to The Department of Energy and Climate Change, Whitehall London January 2012 "...it will not be an offence for householders to refuse to accept a smart meter and we have made it clear that we do not expect suppliers to seek an entry warrant simply to fit smart metering equipment."
An 'Entry Warrant' - what the hell is that? ...and what if the utility 'stormtroopers' should decide forced entry is indeed warranted! Is the sanctity of our homes now only protected by a 'we do not expect'?
In their justification for summarily stripping us of our domestic privacy and irradiating us in our homes using wireless the DECC defer to the ICNIRP recommendations which were never designed to take into account the long-term chronic low-level microwave exposure to which everyone is already subjected. The American Federal Communications Commission - FCC also defer to these irrelevant industry-driven guidelines but the Environmental Protection Agency - EPA, to their credit, clearly stated in 2002 "...[ICNIRP/FCC/IEEE voluntary guidelines] do not apply to chronic, nonthermal exposure situations." Furthermore they go on to say "...the generalisation by many that the guidelines protect human beings from harm by any or all mechanisms is not justified."
Safety recommendations and regulations for non-thermal non-ionising radio frequency radiation [microwaves] around the world remain unfit for purpose and are largely as they were in 2002. In the meantime wireless use has exploded.
Those we have trusted to ensure our continuing protection in a rapidly changing and increasingly technological world are not doing an adequate job. Shame on them.
Jerry Day spells it out in his very concise video and deals the dirt on smart-meters in a calm and rational manner.
Apart from the serious privacy issues there are other ways of communicating (Fibre, cable, Power Line Communications - PLC). The wireless companies have embarked on a new 'land-grab' and are fighting for market share. They are upgrading their mobile infrastructure in preparation so that it will be uneconomic for others to enter the marketplace.
Wireless is set to become the de facto standard.
When they switch it on and you cannot sleep because the burning, the tinnitus and the headaches have gotten too bad, if you can still think straight through all of that, to whom are you going to turn?