Letter – The public aren’t morons

Re : Smart Meter debate is really about trust, Kieran Report, Oct. 6-12

The public aren’t morons

Re : Smart Meter debate is really about trust, Kieran Report, Oct. 6-12

It really incenses me when the media treats the public like they are morons. Kieran’s snide comments about “paranoia” and “zombie death rays” is an insult to informed sceptical members of the community. People with functioning grey matter are opposing these “dumb” meters, because they know that what we don’t know can seriously harm us.

Beware of false prophets. Kieran and Hydro execs are leading us astray.

Doreen  Marion  Gee, Victoria

 

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