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SMART GRID: A threat to your health, safety and privacy

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Marti Oakley

 

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Few things have threatened public safety, health and privacy as has the SMART GRID system.  The SMART meter installations continue in spite of massive public protest, despite evidence showing that the meters and the system are not only NOT safe or efficient, they pose a real and immediate danger to the population at large.  This system is not about energy efficiency, or saving resources or any of the other fabricated excuses used to justify this assault on the public.  SMART Grid is simply a system to high jack energy services, to spy on you and data mine your activities and can cause serious harm to your overall health.  The intent of the installation of this grid and the meters is to charge the highest possible rates for energy while collecting information about your daily activities to determine what you are doing and when.

In addition to the unlawful surveillance performed by the meters, is the overall exposure to massive amounts of radiation.  We are swimming in a sea of radiation frequencies that bombard us at the cellular level.  Cell phones, WI-FI,  computers and other technological wonders all contribute to the growing invisible threat to our basic structures.  While you can shut off the phone, WI-FI and computer, you cannot shut off the SMART meter and it pulses emf radiation thousands of times each and every day, non-stop.

In this video with Jerry Day, produced by Forbidden Knowledge TV, Jerry predicts the coming epidemics of cancers, brain tumors and other illnesses that all of this radiation will cause.  But who cares, right?  As long as we have our gadgets and our new SMART meters too!

http://www.forbiddenknowledgetv.com/videos/smart-1/are-we-electromagnetic-radiation-guinea-pigs.html

From: Forbidden Knowledge TV:

Are We Electromagnetic Radiation Guinea Pigs?  Jerry Day explains that we are.

 

Agenda21 – Wildlands Plan is in full swing in California – 42 Roads to close in El Dorado National Forest

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PRESS RELEASE

Court Order Prohibits Motorized Vehicle Travel on 42 Popular OHV Routes
Release Date: Apr 4, 2012 Placerville, CA

Forty-two off-highway-vehicle routes that cross meadows in the Eldorado National Forest may be closed to motor vehicle travel this recreation season while the Forest Service completes an environmental analysis, announced Eldorado National Forest Supervisor Kathy Hardy.

The potential travel prohibitions are the result of a February 2012 court order by U.S. District Court Judge Lawrence Karlton. The order said the Forest Service failed to comply with the National Forest Management Act in 2008 when it designated “open for public motor vehicle use” portions of 42 routes that cross meadows. Judge Karlton ordered the Forest Service to “set aside” the decision that designated these segments as open and to reconsider the decision.

A final court order with further direction to the Forest Service is pending. In the interim, Karlton ordered the 42 routes remain closed to motorized public use. The final order will identify specifically where travel will be prohibited until a new environmental decision is made.

“I know that prohibiting travel on these routes will be a big disappointment to forest visitors, but we have to be responsive to the order.” said Hardy. “I have a team of people lined up to complete a supplemental environmental impact statement as quickly as possible.”

The SEIS is scheduled to begin in April or May 2012 and to be completed by April 2013.
Hardy says many popular high county routes may be affected by the closure. Some of these routes include: Barrett Lake Jeep Trail; Squaw Ridge Four Wheel Drive Trail; Clover Valley/ Deer Valley Trail; Strawberry Four Wheel Drive Trail; Carson Emigrant Trail; Allen’s Camp Motorcycle Trail and the Bucks Pasture Motorcycle Trail. The Rubicon 4wd Trail is not affected by this court order.

Maps and a complete list of the routes affected by the court order will be posted on the Eldorado National Forest website at: http://www.fs.usda.gov/eldorado

These maps will be modified to reflect the final court order once it is received. A free-of-charge motor vehicle use map that shows the routes that are open to wheeled motor vehicle use will be available at all Eldorado National Forest offices in June 2012 reflecting the final order.

“I intend to close the routes where it makes sense to do so if the final order prohibits travel on routes that cross meadows,” said Hardy. “A route may be closed near a meadow or some distance away depending on how difficult it is to turn a vehicle around.”
Some routes will also be closed indirectly because they branch off closed routes and will not be accessible.

Here’s the PR guy for this press release:

Frank E. Mosbacher, Accredited in Public Relations

Public Affairs Officer

530-621-5268 (Office)

530-621-5297 (fax)

OPEN LETTER TO THE BLM:Regarding the “Desatoya Mountains Habitat Resiliency, Health, and Restoration Project”

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 Debbie Coffey                 Copyright 2012 All Rights Reserved.

(You might question the BLM’s project title after reading below. There’s nothing resilient or healthy about it. And not to malign BLM employees at local Field Offices – public lands planning comes from the President, Congress, Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar and BLM Director Bob Abbey.)

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Department of Interior
Bureau of Land Management
Carson City District
Stillwater Field Office
5665 Morgan Mill Road
Carson City, Nevada 89701
desatoyaEA@blm.gov

BLM’s statements in the Environmental Assessment (EA) are italicized, and author’s comments are not italicized.

Introduction
“The project area encompasses approximately 230,000 acres, which includes …136,400 acres of the Desatoya Herd Management Area (HMA) (84% of the HMA).”

The Desatoya HMA is about 161,000 acres, and the BLM is only leaving 127-180 wild horses on the HMA that is primarily for their use. That is only one horse every
1,267.7 acres – one horse every 894.4 acres.

If there is not enough water or forage for the wild horses, this can only be from misappropriation of land uses allowed and facilitated by the BLM, which is mismanagement. When did the BLM last monitor the HMA for carrying capacity? Please send me documents related to any recent monitoring.

Within the project area, up to approximately 32,705 acres of ground disturbing treatments are proposed over a ten year period including…herbicide treatment… Page 83 – In fact, 2,4-D has limited residual activity (2 weeks); therefore any incidental contamination risk to non-target plants would likely be negligible.”

When considering plants, animals, water and humans, note that:

The EPA says that 2,4-D is seventh largest source of dioxin in the U.S.
Dioxin DCDD that contaminates 2,4-D herbicide is not tested, measured or monitored by the EPA, or even regulated. A Canadian research paper states that dioxin DCDD may have large public health implications due to its prevalence in our food and environment.

DCDD is one of the hundreds of kinds of dioxin – (TCDD is the worst, but DCDD may be equi-potent): More

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