1) Getting close to July 27 — the 2nd International Action Day to Stop 5G. This is an opportunity to raise awareness about 5G. If there is no rally being organized in your area, please consider having a table at libraries, rec. centres, at summer markets where you can hand out material and talk with people about this. Or hold a coffee meeting with friends and neighbours, show them the “Soccer Mom” video [Local Soccer Mom Versus Multi Billion 5G Industry: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6M7YFI0I9kI]
This must be a grassroots issue because the governments are silent on the issue and the media is muzzled.
For more info that might be useful to hand out, etc. go to: https://www.5gcrisis.com/
Ideas for signs for the Rally can be found at:
You can print on legal sized paper and put on foam boards that cost $1.25 at the Dollar Store. Or, if you are talented, make your own. Signs help to get attention.
2) Colorado Springs Utility installed smeters in 2012 and now that these smeters have reached “end of life”, the next generation is being installed which seem to be designed for the “smart” city with major data gathering capability. At this point, I know nothing about the transmitters, etc. but I will try to get this vital information because this will be BC Hydro’s next plan, and I am guessing it will be essential for the 5G grid.
Colorado Springs signs 20-year smart meter rollout and management deal
” In the US, Colorado Springs Utilities has partnered with Landis+Gyr to replace its metering system with an advanced technology.
The partnership includes the utility being supplied an advanced IoT network GridStream to connect some 590,000 new smart meters and to support next generation energy management applications.”
Industry-Leading Intelligence Approach – Layered Intelligence
“Gridstream Connect supports Landis+Gyr’s industry-leading approach to intelligence – Layered Intelligence. Layered Intelligence combines the best of edge and central intelligence models while avoiding the pitfalls of each. Our comprehensive approach provides you with the right information at the right place and time across your ecosystem.
Information overload is a real problem and requires considering the following circumstances; Where is the information needed? What information is required? How quickly is the information needed?”
BE SURE TO WATCH THE SHORT VIDEO “GRIDSTREAM CONNECT”. “Edge” appears to be at the home’s smeter.
3) Parents who want to do the best for their babies are being told to have diapers with a chip that will be part of the IoT, exposing the child to EMR continuously. A message sent to a “smart” phone by a “smart” diaper. Unbelievable.
Pampers Creating ‘Smart’ Diaper
“Pampers this week announced a line of smart diapers that it says will track a child’s urine — but not bowel movements — as well as sleep. Last year, rival Huggies debuted a similar concept in Korea, allowing parents to receive text alerts when a child has pooped….
The concept is part of the so-called Internet-of-Things movement, which allows consumers to track everything from who’s ringing their doorbell to what’s in their refrigerator and how well they’re brushing your teeth. The baby industry has recently been flooded with connected products, including connected onesies that double as sleep trackers and a robotic crib that’s supposed to help rock a baby to sleep.”
Sharon Noble, Director, Coalition to Stop Smart Meters
“In a time of universal deceit, telling the truth is a revolutionary act.” ~ George Orwell