“Take Back Your Power: Unveiling the Smart Meter Agenda”, in Fairfield, 7:30 PM, Apr 23 at Fairfield Public Library and Apr 24, at Maharishi School Auditorium

A pre-release screening of the soon to be released film:

Tuesday, April 23: 7:30 PM, Fairfield Public Library

Wednesday, April 24: 7:30 PM, Maharishi K-12 School Auditorium

No admission charge

 See the Trailer:

http://takebackyourpower.net/

This eye-opening documentary feature film investigates the “smart meter” program currently being implemented worldwide by most of the major utility companies.  These devices are being installed often without the consent – and sometimes against the protests – of property owners. The film uncovers alarming issues about health, privacy, property rights, corporate fraud, and the unprecedented vulnerability of the “smart grid”.  Hear from such experts as Bill Vander Zalm (former Premier of British Columbia, CA), Dr. David Carpenter (Director of the Institute for Health and the Environment at the University at Albany, B. Blake Levitt (an award-winning science journalist), and many others.  You will gain a deeper understanding of the political and economic forces behind the “smart meter” agenda, as well as resources and proven solutions for how you can protect yourself, your family, your home, and your rights.  Panel discussion to follow the film.

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One thought on ““Take Back Your Power: Unveiling the Smart Meter Agenda”, in Fairfield, 7:30 PM, Apr 23 at Fairfield Public Library and Apr 24, at Maharishi School Auditorium

  1. I each period download a full film within parts, that always present by YouTube, since my net connection is exceedingly slow and YouTube fulfils my wishes.

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