WATCH FREE: InPower Docu-Series (2017)

Episode #1: A Mass Action of Liability

Posted: 26 August 2017
The InPower Docu-Series illustrates a powerful new method to restore social justice and accountability. Episode #1 focuses on solving the ‘smart’ meter problem: how we can prevent and reverse the installation of this dangerous technology, through holding corporate executives and government actors financially accountable — for the first time ever. And in so doing, we can restore safety in our homes, and bring balance to our world.
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Annie
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Annie

any testimonials?

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nathan

See Episode #1 and #2. The NoL is a long term strategy.

Nelly
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Nelly

Is there an InPowerMovement group in Miami/Ft. Lauderdale area?

Sabine Keil
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Sabine Keil

I have received both DVD in germany the day be4 yesterday, thank you for it. So it works to get these DVDs.

Nancy Dougherty
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Nancy Dougherty

I am in Okotoks Alberta what about the water smart meter they put in my house without telling me what it was. they just said they were upgrading.
Do you have the liability form for Canada?

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nathan

Not at this time.

Wim
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Wim
Great videos and work. Congratulations. Well explained and it appears pretty straight forward and concise, once you get your head around it. Wishing you all the courage and clarity of mind needed to see these steps through till the end. “The proof is in the pudding”. A few questions and remarks: 1. There’s a lot we can do ourselves (in our homes) to mitigate the impact of modern day technology, ranging from using twisted and shielded power and data-com cables to simply disconnecting (taping off) the camera in your tv or laptop and checking our food, drinks and sports habits.… Read more »
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nathan

Actually, the proof is in the eating of the pudding (but that minor and peevish of me).
Why the Bible? That is a very deep rabbit hole. Who is running the world? The 1611 King James Version contains much more that a history. But it is sufficient to KNOW that THEY take it seriously and are themselves bound to those terms. How do we know? By their behavior.

Wim
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Wim
As a Non-native English speaking I check online for up-to-date definitions of expressions. Hence the omitted “eating”. Ok, we can leave the whole spiritual discussion for what it is. I would call it religious rather than spiritual though. One way is to understand the rules of the game as they play it; another option is to shift to a different level altogether and apply what is attributed to Einstein: “Problems cannot be solved by the level of awareness that created them. ” So I had hoped to find some “different level” of solutions in the spiritual layer. The French revolution… Read more »
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nathan

Wim, ah, but we are switching levels. They want us to stay in the corporate world, by invoking the text from the 1611 KJB we are shifting to a spiritual level outside the corporate system. The corporate system must obey the spiritual level. And I wouldn’t agree the discuss is religious rather than spiritual. BTW, MOST native English speakers also get the quote wrong. I was just being mischievous. Keeping our sense of humor is also what good spiritual warriors do, too.
Thanks for sharing!

Wim
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Wim

ok, Cobol programming is very sensitive to “missing the point”. Since this website is all about getting it all right on a linguistic level within the predominant legal system, we can agree to disagree on a few minor points. Maybe we are in a Cobol simulated virtual reality after all. It would not surprise me anymore even though I don’t know a single programmer who can program a rose, let alone an independent human being. Keep up the good work; truly inspiring to see your efforts to get the truth out in the open.

mm
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nathan

Cobol simulated virtual reality. Why would anyone program a simulated reality in Cobol, which was originally designed as a business programming language? For instance the DoD MOCAS system was a Cobol design in the ’60s, which is still running today. I’m not sure what language or languages one would use. Most likely one would design an AI and let the AI design the language/system. But it is all speculation.

Wim
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Wim

🙂

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I’m trying to teach you how to play the game at their level. And this is what scares them. Because they have to take the liability.

Cal discussing smart meter solution
Cal Washington
InPower Strategic Director (quoted in Episode #1)

DTE currently gives state elected office holders over $20M in campaign contributions and is also a member of one of the state’s largest lobbying groups…

Letter from attorney David Griem, about smart meters
Former City Attorney David Griem
in reponse to InPower Seed Group participant (Detroit)

I just said, “This is out of this court’s subject matter jurisdiction.” And [the judge] goes, “Ok,” and that was it. She put her head down… The [utility] attorney looked like he was going to explode.

Andrea McNinch, from Episode 1 about smart meters and liability
Andrea McNinch
InPower Seed Group participant (Detroit), quoted in Episode #2

[Utilities are] basically stripping individual citizens of what remains as consumers of control over their own lives… and putting it in the hands of Big Corporations backed by Big Government — what the conservatives call crony capitalism.

Ralph Nader's smart meter quote
Ralph Nader
consumer advocate

[Executives and officials] are never going to say, “Oh, I’m quitting because they sent me all these documents, and I don’t want to be responsible.” They’re never going to admit that. They’re just going to make us some excuse [as to why they resigned].

Laura Legere, on the InPower smart meter liability action
Laura Legere
InPower Seed Group participant (Seattle), on why executives and reps are resigning (quoted in Episode #2)

Never do anything against conscience even if the state demands it.

Albert Einstein on rights and activism
Albert Einstein
genius on multiple levels

True love does not only encompass the things that make you feel good, it also holds you to a standard of accountability.

Integrity - standing up to smart meter installers and calling them out on their criminal actions.
Monica Johnson
American writer

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