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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renate
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Here in Mission BC, the criminal Mission Council should all be in jail. 5G is installed and the dumbed down people are installing transmitters/receivers in their living spaces. Downtown Mission they installed those Blue, white LED street lights, same lights/design as seem http://www.thefullertoninformer.com Yes LED causes cancer, called Li-fi.

If anyone from Mission BC wants to get together please contact me. renate@telus.net

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Where are all the new posts?

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Larry
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How do you sign in to this website? My questions list me as “Guest” but I signed up a while ago.

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We received a letter from the power company explaining that the meters are safe and that the government requires that the power company install them. It also threatened possible shut-off in the future if we don’t comply. The letter was from a lower level administrator. My question is should I now include that person in my next round of NOLs?

Larry
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Would it be wise to notify the local police and sheriffs office that my battle with the power company is a civil matter and therefore out of the jurisdiction of the Police or Sheriff?

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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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