Avista can serve customers better without Hydro One

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A devastating merger agreement is under consideration by the Public Utilities Commission of Idaho. A current open case, No. AVU-E-17-09, begs public comment from anyone oppositional to the notion of carbon credits, cap and trade and/or Agenda 21, all of which are the socialist tenets of global governance.

Avista, a local electric utility supplier, needs to separate from the Hydro One merger as its highest priority. Otherwise, Idaho could be snared into partnership with a company whose management in the post-Maurice Strong era is similar to the deep state swamp condition President Trump is attempting to drain.

Perpetuating the socialist agenda, Strong engaged in using climate and environment as the Trojan horse, a condition Idaho shouldn’t be anywhere near. Strong used the U.N. as a platform to sell the global environment crisis and the Global Governance Agenda and Hydro One is intimately involved to this day in that effort.

I implore you visit the article written by David Bolaneus at; http://gemstatepatriot.com/blog/hydro-one-purchase-avista/. Make specific note of the scatterplot graph halfway through the article, if nothing else, to understand the anticipated unacceptable electricity rate increases should this merger go through. The Obama quote has never left my mind, “Under my plan of a cap-and-trade system, electricity rates would necessarily skyrocket.” (B. Obama, January 2008). If Idahoans don’t want Obama, Clinton or Strong’s electricity rates they best send a kind and simple comment to; http://puc.idaho.gov/forms/casecomment.aspx. Avista can service its customers much better without Hydro One!

DANIEL ROSE

Samuels

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