In many ways, it’s a good time to be a human. We have no shortage of modern comforts, and many of the threats that killed our predecessors are no longer an issue. However, at the same time, we are also facing new dangers brought about by all the advances in modern technology and medicine. Here’s how you can protect yourself against two of the biggest ones: smart meters and vaccines.
We’ll start by addressing smart meters as this is one danger that a lot of people don’t think twice about. These digital meters, which are being installed in homes around the world, are quietly exposing people to radiation that causes cancer while also recording personal data and transmitting it wirelessly. They’re a threat not only to your health but also your privacy. They can raise your risk of problems like cancer, migraines, insomnia, Parkinson’s, ADD, and oxidative damage, yet people allow power companies to install them in their homes because they believe they don’t have a choice.
It’s a similar story when it comes to vaccines, although more people are aware of those dangers. Their link to autism is well-known, and millions of people have sustained vaccine injuries; some have even died from vaccines. Children are especially vulnerable as their bodies are still developing. Many parents know this, but they feel pressured into complying.
Use the law to your advantage
What can you do if you don’t want to subject yourself or your family to these dangers? The answer is related to the opt-out contract that utility companies and doctors try to get you to sign when you refuse to poison yourself with their smart meters and vaccines. It’s an intimidation tactic more than anything. After all, refusing to get the meter or vaccine in the first place means you’ve already opted out.
According to personal rights crusader Jerry Day, these contracts are sneaky ways of getting people to say they should have opted in and to agree to give up some rights or pay penalties. Opt-out contracts don’t help you; they give the power to the other party.
Day says you should never sign them. Instead, keep in mind that you have what is known as “right of contract.” This means that your signature on any contract cannot be coerced or pressured in any way. If your utility company or doctor is making you feel pressured to sign it, it has no legal standing as long as you can prove there was coercion. You can’t be penalized in any way for refusing to sign something.
What if you signed an opt-out like this recently and you’re now having second thoughts? According to the law, you can send in a written revocation of a contract within three days for any – or no – reason; you have three days to change your mind by law on everything from cell phone contracts to mortgages and yes, opt-outs.
If your power company threatens to cut off your electricity for not signing or your doctor threatens to withhold services or have your child banned from school if you don’t comply, Day suggests you counter with a proposal of your own. If what they are offering you involves a risk to you of any kind, they have to insure you against that risk, so he suggests you ask them to sign a conditional acceptance. Tell them they must sign it before you agree to whatever it is they are proposing. Any time there is a risk, you have the right to refuse an offer unless they agree to insure you against the risks posed.
This means that when you’re being asked to sign anything related to one of these dangerous interventions, simply ask the person in question to agree to insure you against the risks and present them with a conditional acceptance contract. In other words, you’re saying that they must promise to be held accountable for any negative consequences before you accept. Of course, they probably won’t agree, so then you have the right to simply refuse and move on. Don’t let anyone bully you into getting a dangerous vaccine or smart meter.
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