Producer of Halt Smart meters video writes the following:
Worcester’s leaders admirably rallied to address issues of racial tension.
However, in the case of RF exposure, the City has not responded to mounting evidence of harm to a portion of the community.
As National Grid now seeks to launch another 15,000 meter pilot in NY, and as the MA DPU continues to pursue the smart meter mandate, it is not too late for the City’s leadership to call for a moratorium, a public transparent review, and an investigation of the pilot, to insure that the City, National Grid, and community partners have not been engaged in policy-based evidence making.
Note the Turtleboy blog published this week:
The tone of the blog mirrors the tone of comments that have been posted in the T and G and other outlets. In response to data and information, the response of deny, defend, attack has prevailed.
Have Worcester’s elected officials and community partners fostered an atmosphere of marginalization, ridicule, and attack against individuals who are being adversely impacted by an inadequately regulated industry?
Is there any scientific evidence to prove safety, as National Grid has claimed, and has research indicating harm been suppressed and dismissed?
Here are two recent resources for your review:
There are numerous falsehoods fueling the smart meter story, in Worcester and beyond, including the opt out falsehood.
It would require a tremendous amount of courage and humility to admit that the smart meter pilot is lacking in a scientific base for safety claims, that it is not operating in integrity, and bears no relationship to future deployment.
It would also take a tremendous amount of integrity to speak out against this human experimentation without knowledge and consent.
We may not know for certain if RF exposure is causing harm unless we begin to ask the question. For the City not to monitor the pilot is to presume that complaints of harm are not valid.
Against the backdrop of the election, I hope at least some of the members of the City’s elected government will rise to the occasion. Its not too late to align with an informed ethical stance that will have far-reaching influence.
This is definitely a golden opportunity for change; persons with the functional impairment electro-hypersensitivity and their relatives have suffered enough!
Inaccessibility and discrimination are prohibited by law. Thus, it is not alright to deliberately make EHS persons’ symptoms worse. – Olle Johannson