Thank you to everyone who contributed to hosting Dean Clifford in Victoria and for producing these television appearances.
A class action lawsuit is just the thing people can use to put a BIG SPIKE into the Slave Meter, LibertyDestroying, Property Rights Killing, and Health Deprivating Monster cast on us by the State.
When did you decide that BC Hydro and Corix police have authority to enter your property, seize fixtures, and then rig an electric death box to your window? Never.
Time to get in on this and join the class action lawsuit to dismantle this form of tyranny.
Do not let the State extort you out of your income or property. Revenue collection by BC Hydro is completely absurd as it relates to re-installing your analog meter; don’t stand for this abuse by the State monopoly.
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Class action lawsuit launched against BC Hydro over Smart Metres
By Amy Judd Global News
A Salt Spring Island resident has launched a class action lawsuit against BC Hydro over Smart Meters.
Nomi Davis says a Smart Meter was installed at her home against her wishes in August 2012, and the event was caught on tape and posted on YouTube:
“If BC Hydro has forced a Smart Meter on you, threatened to cut off your power or refused to provide you with power unless you accepted a Smart Meter, then you may fit within the Class of persons on behalf of whom this claim is brought,” said Steve Satow, a CST advisory board member.
The criteria is laid out in paragraph 29, and states that the class member must have communicated to the Defendant (BC Hydro) that he / she opposes and / or does not consent to the installation and / or operation of the “Microwave Device” at the subject’s property.
Anyone who wishes to support or participate in the action can contact http://www.citizensforsafetechnology.org
Those involved in the lawsuit are looking for an order that BC Hydro remove unwanted Smart Meters, and a permanent injunction restraining BC Hydro from exacting payment in exchange for an opt-out.
Executive director Una St.Clair said they are not going to sit and wait for the government to decide on its policy over the Smart Metres. “If I choose to avoid chemical fertilizers on my property because I think they’re unhealthy, that is my choice,” she said. “The same goes with exposure to Smart Meter radiation. In a free and pluralistic society, a possible toxin cannot be forced down anyone’s throat – or forced onto one’s property.”
What do you think about the recent Canada Day bombing plot pursued by the RCMP at the BC Legislature in Victoria?
Join the conversation at out Facebook Group and send us your questions, facts, and videos to share. Send to Greg at stop_codex(at)hotmail(dot)com.
Here are two videos which ask lots of questions about the suspected terrorist attack:
Here are several quality articles regarding the events asking good questions:
Two Arrested For Terrorist Plot To Attack Legislative Building In BC- False flag?:
Terrorism strikes close to home, Victoria Canada (Ryan’s article):
Crown Corporation Conducts Illegal Intrusion Into Nuttall & Korody’s Home (feat. CBC News):
Canadian Awareness Network:
Join We Are Change Victoria at our upcoming movie night hosted at Gorge-ous Coffee this Sunday, July 7th @ 7:30pm. We will be giving our free seeds and other raffle prizes to attendees. Watch the movie trailer below for Farmageddon. We look forward to seeing you soon!
It’s been a good week for mainstream media coverage of the Freeman Movement in Victoria. Big thank you to the WACV crew members who tee’d up and helped facilitate these interviews shown below. Join the WACV Facebook Group and let us know what you think!
Yesterday morning Robert Arthur Menard was interviewed on CBC Radio “On the Island” at 6:50am for 7 minutes. Come back to this post again and we’ll have the audio/video up soon of the interview.
Also, last night Dean Clifford’s interview with Dan Kahan from “Go! Island” aired on Shaw Cable channel 4 in Victoria starting at 6:00pm and will continue to air until 4:00pm on Friday, July 5th.
If you don’t have (tell-lie-vision) you can watch Dean’s interview below: