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You know you can refuse though.


Well, it's not on my house. Neighbor's closest bedroom.


That's not legal. You have to have at least six feet between houses. So, it has to be at least six feet away from you. The smart meter's on the house, let's say in your bed, is your bed right up against the wall where the smart meter is? You've probably got 10 feet, so you're getting a fallout, but you're not getting the direct effects of it, but you're pretty sensitive and you can use the clay and milk.

You could use it 2 - 3 times a day. One tablespoon of moist terrmain clay. That means pre soaked. Yes, terramjn clay in water and then you put one tablespoon into 3 - 4 ounces of milk. You could do that two to three times daily.


Anything else?


Well, that should help a lot. The clay should help buffer a lot of that. And the hot water, of course, it helps perspire the toxins out of the body that are left over. If you're not perspiring those toxins out, there're just gonna collect in your body and be worse, make you worse and worse collectively.

[Attendee #2]

What is a smart meter? What is that?


It's a new measurement of electricity that's used in a house. And they create a huge magnetic and radiation field.

[Attendee #2]

Oh God.


That goes like six feet, 6 to 10 feet. Wow. So, if you got one on your house and you've got a bedroom behind it or child's room, you're in trouble.

That baby's in trouble. You're in trouble. I don't let them. No, I said I wouldn't let them.

[Attendee #3]

But it's mandatory in San Diego. They said you can't refuse it.


Well, you can sue them all. All you gotta do is get enough people together to sue them.

What you need to do is get an attorney who will write it for you and you go file it yourself. You pay 'em to write.

They only charge $6,000 - $8,000 to write the complaint.

No, I'm saying you get a group of people together and you do it as a group. So you get, let's say 15 people. It won't be a class action with 15 to 18 people. So each one of 'em puts in $500.





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