1. local versus agency or industry responsiblity/accountability

local versus agency or industry responsiblity/accountability

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Asked on July 5, 2020 3:49 pm
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Hello Janice.  It is a rather delicate line to draw as to whom qualifies as an appropriate Respondent.  For the time being, the aim is to target the very highest and wealthiest levels of corporate responsibility we can.  So the FCC and all wireless industry corporations developing, installing and creating infrastructure are certainly culpable.
Local government and school representatives are perhaps - at least for the time being - far too low down the 'pyramid' to be sending such a powerful document to, with its potential to cause devastating commercial and financial impact upon a Respondent.  We need to be taking great care through this process, as we do not want to cause Harm ourselves to folk who are simply striving to live their lives even though they may be acting in ignorance.
An alternative approach at this time with these more local groups might be to hold an open information meeting with them amongst your fellow concerned community; to open a dialogue whereby you inform them of the IN Power NoL process underway globally, and that parties all over the world will be held fully Liable for their involvement in harmful activities, show them the evidentiary points for Harm and make it clear that in first sharing the information with them you have thereby just removed their 'Plausible Deniability' and give them a good-faith opportunity to reconsider their actions.   All, of course, delivered with calmness and courtesy :)

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Answered on July 12, 2020 4:11 am
Thank you, Daroubya, for your helpful reply. I had remembered seeing, either in the InPower instructional videos or in Josh del Sol's Take Back Your Power film, that local or regional officials were named as respondents in the Smart Meter MLA. But your response makes sense to me, and yes, we are currently planning to re-educate our local and regional officials about the harm caused by wireless technologies to remove their "plausible deniability." And of course, with calmness and courtesy. :)
( at July 12, 2020 12:19 pm)
Daroubya's approach is a considerate and empathic one which that last point about removing 'Plausable Deniability' after giving those people the points of harm concerned, essentially being a powerful warning with full disclosure of the potential position these people are in. A sort of 'Now you know what you may be up against'.
( at July 27, 2020 1:32 am)