1) A member sent in some more suggestions/ideas for posters, banners for the rally re. Wi-Fi in schools at Kendall’s office: Posters have to be short and punchy – people in cars don’t have time to read. But here are some ideas that would work for people walking by and, especially, for the media.
I found another poster quote for the Kendall protest.
On the bottom is a short version, which would be easier to read by anyone driving by.
By attaching medical credentials, Kendall and his witless drones lose credibility:
“Sensitivity to electromagnetic radiation is the emerging health problem of the 21st century. It is imperative health practitioners, governments, schools and parents learn more about it. The human health stakes are significant!”
William Rea, MD – Founder & Director of the Environmental Health Centre, Dallas – Past President , American Academy of Environmental Medicine
“Sensitivity to electronic radiation is the Emerging Health Crisis of the 21st. century. The human health stakes are significant!”
William Rea, MD – Director of the Environmental Health Centre, Dallas
2) And here is a YouTube video with a powerpoint about Wi-Fi. The mother who made this lives in the USA and says that there are ads in the papers bragging about the state schools having the strongest Wi-Fi, as if that means the schools are better and the children are getting better educations. We must all try to reach parents, teachers and school boards to make them look at the evidence that Kendall and Health Canada are not doing their jobs and that, as a consequence, our children are being harmed.
“No Wi-Fi No Cry” (parody of No Woman No Cry – Bob Marley) was written specifically for people fighting Wi-Fi in schools.
3) Adrian Dix spoke out about the financial mess BC Hydro is, as managed by Clark’s government. Dix spoke about the huge expensive project, Site C. Why does he consistently ignore the huge, totally unnecessary project that is putting our lives and security at risk, the $$meter program?
B.C. Hydro missed its forecast for domestic demand for electricity in 2016 by 3,361 gigawatt hours, the same estimate that provided the justification for Site C. Energy predictions are most likely to be accurate in the early years of a plan, but three years into a forecast that predicted domestic demand would grow by 40 per cent over 20 years, it is going in exactly the other direction. This means that Site C will be built not for domestic purposes, but rather to subsidize American and Alberta customers at huge cost for at least a decade after it comes into service. According to B.C. Hydro, such surplus power is “sold off at 10 to 50 per cent” of its domestic value.
4) I was sent this YouTube which I have not had time to watch. The member said it tells how to “clean” your home of EMFs, discussing everything from cell phones and Wi-Fi to Bluetooth toothbrushes!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZzNqs-Hfs50 (50 minutes)
Sent: August 15, 2016
To: Complaints BCUC:EX <Complaints@bcuc.com>
Subject: Re: Where BC Hydro can buy analogue meters
I am still waiting for an answer to this message I sent on July 24. Are you that backed up with complaints?
Blake, I do not accept your saying that my file is closed because I am still conversing with you about this problem. BC Hydro is again lying to you when they state “Purchasing your own meter is not an option as it will not work with our system”. I can tell you bluntly, that is a pile of supreme BS because analogue meters are now working on their system and the ones that we, as citizens of this province and therefore part owners of BC Hydro, can buy are the exact same analogue meters that BC Hydro have purchased in the past. As BC Hydro is saying that they rule the metering world I guess it is fair to say that being told that it is against the law to install a customer owned meter is a pile of trash.
I am in touch with Measurement Canada and received some very interesting information.
- The lying fact that to purchase our own meter is against the law. Measurement Canada say that is not the truth. It is only in BC Hydro’s tariff. A tariff that they seem to like to change on a whim. SO we are not breaking any laws in this country.
- Sub metering is allowed. As in have a smart meter (radio off) out on a pole somewhere and an analogue attached to your house. This is used at a lot at marinas and landlords use it for charging tenants in separate suites the correct usage. According to Measurement Canada anybody can use this system to avoid having a smart meter attached to their home. The plus of that is that the readings on the analogue have to equal that of the smart meter. If they don’t match then we know that Hydro is cheating us.
Why do you people continue to listen to the lies that Hydro is telling you and stand up to them and put them in their place. Is that not the job of the BCUC. Is that not why the citizens of BC pay your wages? All over the world people are fighting against the smart meter system and people are being allowed to keep their analogue meters at a much much lower fee than BC Hydro is charging. Did you know that they are charging the highest extortion fee in the world?
I bet you do not know that in the USA, the government is replacing some “smart” sections of their infrastructures with analogue parts so as to battle against system hacking. Another point that shows that BC Hydro is lying through their teeth to you.
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On 2016-07-20 9:29 AM, Complaints BCUC:EX wrote:
Thank you for your follow-up email concerning why you cannot buy an analogue meter.
BC Hydro has previously informed the Commission that, “Purchasing your own meter is not an option as it will not work with our system. Our meters are calibrated and verified under the Federal Electricity and Gas Inspection Act administered by Measurement Canada, and comply with quality control and electrical safety standards established by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI), Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC).”
I trust that this answers your concerns and accordingly, your file is now closed. Thank you again for contacting the Commission.
Interim Customer Relations Analyst
British Columbia Utilities Commission
6th Floor, 900 Howe Street
Vancouver, B.C. V6Z 2N3
Website: www.bcuc.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: 604.660.4700 | Fax: 604.660.1102 | Toll Free: 1.800.663.1385
Director, Coalition to Stop Smart Meters
It is difficult to get a man to understand something when his salary depends on his not understanding it…….
~ Upton Sinclair
Tell your kids to practice safe tech – use wires.