Video: It's Begun; Citizens resist Illegal Invasion of Private Property to install UNA21-mandated "SmartMeters"

Woman Pulls Gun To Prevent Smart Meter Installation

Homeowners reject unconstitutional intrusion

Paul Joseph Watson
Thursday, July 19, 2012

Video at the page link

A Harris County woman pulled a gun on a CenterPoint Energy worker to prevent the installation of a smart meter in a confrontation that highlights concerns about the devices being used to spy on Americans’ energy use, as well as possible health impacts.

55-year-old Thelma Taormina has signs posted on her front gate warning utility employees not to trespass on her land, as well as another that reads, “No smart meters are to be installed on this property.”
However, that didn’t stop a CenterPoint Energy worker from attempting to replace Taormina’s old electricity meter with a new device that wirelessly beams back information on each home’s energy use to a central hub.
When the worker began physically pushing Taormina out of the way in an effort to install the smart meter, Taormina drew her gun and demanded the worker leave the property .“Our constitution allows us not to have that kind of intrusion on our personal privacy,” Taormina told KHOU 11 News. “They’ll be able to tell if you are running your computer, air conditioner, whatever it is.”
Indeed, privacy experts have warned that smart meters could be used to spy on consumers in a myriad of different ways, including “what appliances are being used in individual homes, and even what programmes are being watched on TV.”
The European Data Protection Supervisor (EDPS) warns that the rollout of smart meters will allow “massive collection of personal data” by utility companies and governments, tracking what “households do within the privacy of their own homes, whether they are away on holiday or at work, if someone uses a specific medical device or a baby monitor, or how they spend their free time”.
Taormina and her husband also expressed fears about the potential health impacts of the smart meter.
The American Academy of Environmental Medicine and other health bodies have voiced concern about potential damaging effects of radio waves emitted by the smart meters and have have urged a moratorium on installing the devices.
The group recently warned that people suffering from “neurological, neurodegenerative diseases, genetic defects, cancer, and other conditions,” should avoid smart meters because they could be “adversely impacted by electromagnetic frequency (EMF) and radiofrequency (RF) fields,” emitted by the devices.
The Public Utilities Commission is now debating whether to allow homeowners who have already had smart meters installed to have them removed. In other areas of the country, utility companies are forcing residents to pay an extra charge to stay on conventional analogue meters.CenterPoint Energy is now threatening to take Taormina to court over her actions in forcing the utility worker off her property.
*********************Paul Joseph Watson is the editor and writer for Prison He is the author of Order Out Of Chaos. Watson is also a regular fill-in host for The Alex Jones Show and Infowars Nightly News.
» Woman Pulls Gun To Prevent Smart Meter Installation Alex Jones' Infowars: There's a war on for your mind!
Similar/Related Articles

  1. California man refuses to take smart meter, locks up old meter
  2. Every house to have gas and electricity ‘smart’ meter by 2020
  3. £11bn smart meter plans ‘risk fiasco’: MPs warn only energy suppliers will benefit
  4. California’s Latest Revolt: Against Smart Electric Meters
  5. Mandatory Smart Meters Not Going Ahead in the UK
  6. Big Brother’s Smart Meter Invades Home Privacy
  7. Smart Meter Slavery
  8. Living Nightmare: How Smart Meter Radiation Led to Headaches, Hearing Loss
  9. How privacy-conscious consumers are fooling, hacking smart meters
  10. Smart Meters Get Pushback Because of Electromagnetic Field Concerns
  11. Smart Meters: We can monitor everything you do in your home (Video)
  12. No More Privacy: Smart Meters Are Surveillance Devices