Reciprocal Buck Passing – No Care, No Accountability and No Responsibility

Three main issues:

  1. The government’s unlegislated “power” to impose unproven “safe” equipment onto the public.
  2. The power companies’ lack of power to resist unreasonable demands by governments.
  3. Consumers not wanting unnecessary, potentially unsafe equipment, being bullied by power companies without support from anybody.

Stop Smart Meters Australia

Buck Passing

Are you aware of the extent of the financial fiasco concerning Victoria’s smart meter roll-out?

Victoria’s gargantuan smart meter roll-out, with costs to consumers of over 2.4 billion dollars and still counting, appears to have started life under a cloud.  The Victorian Auditor-General’s 2009 Report on the roll-out cast scathing criticism on its benefit for Victorians, stating “The cost-benefit study behind the AMI decision was flawed and failed to offer a comprehensive view of the economic case for the project.”

Nothing much has changed since 2009.  The costs to consumers continue to escalate. But the financial blow-out, which every Victorian is paying for, represents only the tip of the iceberg in terms of the impact which this ill-conceived roll-out is causing to Victorians.

I, like an increasing number of Victorians, have suffered debilitating health effects as a consequence of the pulsed microwave radiation deployed by wireless smart meters.  I…

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About Ken McMurtrie

Retired Electronics Engineer, most recently installing and maintaining medical X-Ray equipment. A mature age "student" of Life and Nature, an advocate of Truth, Justice and Humanity, promoting awareness of the injustices in the world.
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