L'Autre Monde 1er juillet 2013
90 min / Radio de l'UQAM, CHOQ FM
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or you will not have power"
can install a dangerous microwave transmitter
in your home...
Against your will...and at gunpoint (with the
help of your friendly tax payer-supported
If you refuse, your power can be turned
off indefinitely and your local political
"representatives" can't do a thing about it.
If you think this is insane, watch this.
This is serious
1. So called "smart" meters are microwave transmitters that will blast your home with dangerous levels of radiation hundreds of times per day
2. Many countries have banned their use or required them to be seriously modified
3. In contrast, the US and some other countries are ramming these devices down people's throats against their expressed wishes, sometimes at the barrel of a "law enforcement" officer.
4. Failure to accept a "smart" meter can result if having your power off indefinitely.
If you think this is insane, watch this video.
If you want to voice your complaint about SmartMeters, go to : http://www.SmartMeterHelp.com
December 13, 2011 - PG&E decided to shut off the power to 10 customers. These customers had pleaded with PG&E for months requesting to have the SmartMeter removed from their homes, but PG&E refused to help. These people were all experiencing headaches, insomnia, ringing ears, and other symptoms which thousands are reporting throughout California.
Finally, these customers felt they had no choice but to hire an electrician to remove the SmartMeters themselves. They replaced the SmartMeters with a store-bought analog meter (the old style electromechanical meter).
Instead of agreeing to work withe these customers, PG&E decided to retaliate and shut of their power - even though many of these customers have a 50 year history of timely payments with PG&E.
These customers include a 75 year old widow who has multiple disabilities and families with young children. PG&E shut off their power on December 13 - 2 weeks before Christmas. Many of the homes are now without heat as well, with night time temperatures dipping into the 30s.
This video shows the Santa Cruz Board of Supervisors questioning PG&E representative Wendy Sarsfield. She tries to defend the indefensible. PG&E refuses to install an analog meter for these customers. PG&E's only offer is this: Take the SmartMeter which was making you sick in your own home, or we will shut off your power forever - even on Christmas day!
Over 100,000 customers in PG&E territory still have their analog meters because they were able to call the PG&E SmartMeter installation delay line. But PG&E refuses to allow customers who were not aware of the delay line - or customers whose SmartMeters were installed prior to the existence of the delay line - they refuse to allow these customers to get an analog meter and be placed on the delay list.
The final SmartMeter opt out decision could take months to finalize through the Utilities Commission, and PG&E position is: Wait and suffer in your own home from the SmartMeter that is making your sick, or we will shut off your power.
This is what happens when investor owned utilities (PG&E is owned by Wallstreet investors) are allowed to have monopoly status. PG&E is supposed to be regulated to act in favor of the customers they serve, but the CPUC (California Public Utilities Commission) is currently led by the former CEO of Southern California Edison - the major investor owned utility in southern California. The CPUC top attorney is Frank Lindh, a former PG&E top attorney. You get the picture.
PG&E and the CPUC are out of control, and customers are being abused. Governor Brown, we need your help!
NOTE: This is not an attack on Wendy Sarsfield, the PG&E rep. We sympathize with her that she is being forced by PG&E top brass to speak publicly to defend PG&E's indefensible decisions. At some point however, you have to question the ethics of the company you are representing. If you don't agree with shutting off the power on families and seniors weeks before Christmas when these customers were only asking for your help to solve the health problems caused by the wireless SmartMeters - perhaps you should quit your job and work for a company who tries to serve and respond to their customers. PG&E has received tens of thousands of health complaints about SmartMeters, and their response is to punish those customers for asking for help.....Wendy?
This video series shows the Commons Select Committee enquiry into the UK Smart Meter roll-out held on Tuesday 23rd April 2013. Witnesses appearing to give evidence to the Committee in the first session include Dr Elizabeth Evans and Mike Mitcham from Stop Smart Meters! (UK), alongside Dr Jill Meara, representing Public Health England, and Dr John Swanson, from the Biological Effects Policy Advisory Group for the Institute of Engineering and Technology.
The representatives from Stop Smart Meters! (UK) share their concerns about adverse health effects from wireless smart meters due to the pulsed microwave radiation that is emitted 24/7 by these meters, up to 190,000 pulses a day - acute effects (insomnia, headaches, nausea, anxiety and depression, fatigue and memory/concentration problems) and chronic effects (including increased risk of cancer, infertility, dementia, immune system dysfunction, damage to fetuses); environmental damage from wireless smart meters - RF radiation affecting bees, plants, trees, birds etc and the inherent energy-inefficiency of wireless technology: cybersecurity problems - leaving homes and communities vulnerable to hacking of their smart meters; privacy issues - concerning the masses of real-time data on energy usage collected by the utility company which gives a detailed picture of family life inside a home with a smart meter, who will have access to that data, and how that data will be used; and the specter of higher bills resulting from smart meters - as has been the experience in Canada where 80% of Smart Meter users complain of higher bills within a year of installation, often more that 50% higher.
Stop Smart Meters! (UK)
Do the elites control society? At the very least, they have developed techniques to steer it, including incorporating the integrated Pavlovian/Skinnerian conditioned response technique that has been used in animal training and reinforced with an incentive (or scheduled reward). The same concept works on humans, too.
The values of compliance are taught to 20th and 21st Century populations through electronic stimulation, opiating foods, misinformation and the illusion of choice...
I remember my older relatives saying:
"I've never seen so many sick kids."
I find myself saying the same thing
What's behind the epidemic in
obesity, behavioral problems and
Poisons in the food supply...put
there deliberately...to make a buck.
A very important talk about a substance
widely used, little understood and never
discussed by the mainstream media.
Excitotoxins kill brain cells. They have been linked to behavioral problems in children, to macular degeneration, and to a host of other symptoms.
The amount of MSG in our food has increased dramatically since 1960, from 12 grams per person per year to 500 grams in 2000.
See also: US nuke industry report: Explosions at Fukushima Units 1, 3, 4 may have caused inventory (nuclear rods) to be lost from spent fuel pools -- "Debris" on ground near Unit 3 was extremely radioactive after blast
Source: City Watch (Los Angeles)
Author: John LaForge
Date: May 3, 2013
See also: Victims of suspected radiological spraying in St. Louis suffer thyroid, other cancers -- Helicopters covered children in powder -- "Oh my God, if they did that there's no telling what else they're hiding"
Date: May 1, 2013
Fukushima I Nuke Plant: amount of radioactive materials in the soil [outside] the in-the-ground water storage pond No.1 10 times larger, compared to two days ago
Regarding the leak of radioactive waste water from the in-the-ground water storage ponds at Fukushima I Nuclear Power Plant, TEPCO announced on April 28 that the amount of radioactive materials in the water sample taken from the soil outside the Pond No.1 on April 27 was more than 10 times the amount from two days prior. There are two sampling locations outside the pond, and the location that saw the increase this time had had low amount of radioactive materials. TEPCO says “We don’t know the cause. We will continue to watch carefully.” [...]
Source: NY Times
Author: MARTIN FACKLER (Makiko Inoue and Matthew L. Wald)
Date: April 29, 2013
[...] the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant is faced with a new crisis: a flood of highly radioactive wastewater that workers are struggling to contain.
See also: NYTimes: Fukushima plant unstable says official, concern another accident can't be prevented -- "Vulnerable... Very dangerous"
Author: JIN NISHIKAWA
Date: May 10, 2013
Author: Peter Bradford , adjunct professor, Vermont Law School and Mark Cooper, senior fellow for economic analysis, Institute for Energy and the Environment, Vermont Law School
Date: May 8, 2013
Source: Asahi Shimbun
Date: May 8, 2013
Authors: Toshiaki Mizuno & Hideya Kubo
Date Published: April 29, 2013
Source: Japan Times
Author: Ken Kawashima
Date: May 19, 2013
Source: The Local
Date: May 17, 2013
Source: OTTAWA CITIZEN
Author: IAN MACLEOD
Date: May 15, 2013
h/t Anonymous tip
May 15, 2013 Tweets from Johannes Hano, Bureau Chief East Asia for ZDF German TV (h/t Anonymous tips):
#Hotspot 65 uSv in #Fukushima City #Japan. Informed Officials 3 month ago nothing happend until today! #nuclear #atom
[...] 65 uSv still very high. spot is at the backend of the lot. A lot of people/children passing by every day
Japan Times: Officials from the Ibaraki Prefectural Government raided the complex Saturday afternoon to investigate the delay in reporting the incident. [...] The level of radioactive contamination at the facility stands at as much as 40 becquerels per square centimeter, it said.
AP: An atomic research lab in northern Japan has reported a radiation leak that may have affected about 55 people, though none were hospitalized and no impact was expected outside the facility, the lab’s operator said Saturday. [...] The JAEA said it was studying the potential environmental impact from the radiation leak, but did not expect any effect on surrounding areas.
See also: INES level 1 event at Tokai nuclear plant after March 11 quake -- Cobalt-60 detected outside of radiation control area -- Safety inspectors rushed to site (PHOTOS)
Source: KING 5
Author: SUSANNAH FRAME
Date: May 21, 2013
Source: The Japan Times
Author: Reiji Yoshida
Date: May 21, 2013
Date Published: June 2, 2013
Source: The Independent
Author: David McNeill
Date: June 1, 2013
h/t Anonymous tip
[...] Last December, the eldest of the two was diagnosed with adenoidal cysts, the prelude to a type of cancer that often strikes the salivary glands. “I was told by the doctor that it’s very rare,” [Yoji Fujimoto] says. [...]
Date: Jun 1, 2013
See also: “When you hear ‘no immediate danger‘ [from nuclear radiation] then you should run away as far and as fast as you can.” -Alexey Yablokov, member of the Russian academy of sciences and adviser to President Gorbachev at the time of Chernobyl
Wort.lu: No injuries from nuclear reactor fire [...] A fire broke out at a nuclear reactor close to the Luxembourg border in France on Friday afternoon. The blaze, which began in Cattenom nuclear power station’s block 1 at around 1.40pm, created some panic among people in the area as plumes of black smoke could be seen from a considerable distance. [...]
Previously at Cattenom: Reports: Two dead, one wounded at nuclear plant in France
Source: The Local
Date: June 12, 2013
h/t Anonymous tip
Source: Science of The Total Environment
Author: P. Thakura, S. Ballard, R. Nelson
Date: August 1, 2013
Mainichi, June 11, 2013: Uncertainty over the location of melted fuel inside the crisis-hit Fukushima No. 1 Nuclear Power Plant continues to cast a shadow over plans to remove the fuel at an early date [...] Reactor Nos. 1-3 at the plant contained a total of 1,496 rods of nuclear fuel in their cores. [...] Each fuel rod weighs about 300 kilograms, and a high level of technical expertise would be required when undertaking a remote control operation to cut up and retrieve clumps of scattered radioactive materials weighing a combined 450 tons or thereabouts. [...] the cores of reactors at the Fukushima plant have holes, and the task at hand is finding which parts have been damaged [...] In a news conference on June 10, a representative of the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry’s Agency for Natural Resources and Energy said that bringing forward the plans would be dependent on developing technology, and suggested that the plans might even end up being delayed. [...]
Source: Environmental Monitoring and Assessment
Author: Shigeyoshi Otosaka, Takuya Kobayashi
Date: July 2013, Volume 185, Issue 7, pp 5419-5433