Norwegen: “Smarte” Strommesser bald vor Gericht!

The rollout of the new AMS (automated measuring system) for power consumption has been going on in record speed so far, with a massive push by the power industry and backed by mainstream media and government agencies. Soon, in virtually all Norwegian households there shall be a little “mobile mast”, sending and radiating strongly, every second, day and night. As a consequence, we are receiving phone calls every single day from people suffering from headache, depression, sleeping disorders. Most heartbreaking are all the stories from small children who cannot sleep, and who risk  permanent health damage. Lately, government agencies have even gone so far as to hindering physicians to write prescriptions to electrosensitive people, in other words to force doctors to work against their professional vow which is to protect and sustain human life.

We are ready to help with shielding equipment (most often, a canopy is the method of choice since it is usually impossible to sufficiently shield the smartmeter itself in the fuse box). However, the real solution must be a political one. Happily, a lot has happened in the course of the last months. A former Science journalist from Norwegian State TV has been the front person of the movement “Stop Smartmeters”, and a retired chief researcher in Norwegian Telecom has led a relentless campaign to uncover the scientific truth about smartmeters and health. Now, the grassroots movement has collected enough money to bring the case to court. In other words: public administration must defend their aggressive rollout in a lawsuit.

The money for the lawsuit was collected within just a few days!

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The filmmaker:

“Our health, safety, freedom, privacy, and financial security are all at stake.

We believe that change only happens when we get informed and work together to spread the truth.”

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