Secret Agenda: The real reason for 5G?

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  1. openeyes

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    Cities can be highly connected with video surveillance and facial recognition. Singapore and Hong Kong and many other cities have more intensive infrastructure. But this is no omniscient. People don’t have awareness of how these all work. Work arounds will be found. Hong Kong’s face masks have clearly frustrated authorities capabilities.

    Big brothers best tool is propaganda and persuasion using FUD. Fear Uncertainty and Doubt.

    People have been finding ways to evade big brother for as long as civilization has been around.
     
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    well with the 6G at work, all the lying fishes are belly up and stinks to high heaven
     
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    They need 5G if they want to microchip the population. Todays Guardian newspaper -


    The rise of microchipping: are we ready for technology to get under the skin?

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    As implants grow more common, experts fear surveillance and exploitation of workers. Advocates say the concerns are irrational.

    On 1 August 2017, workers at Three Square Market, a Wisconsin-based company specializing in vending machines, lined up in the office cafeteria to be implanted with microchips. One after the other, they held out a hand to a local tattoo artist who pushed a rice-grain sized implant into the flesh between the thumb and forefinger. The 41 employees who opted into the procedure received complimentary t-shirts that read “I Got Chipped”.

    This wholesale implant event, organized by company management, dovetailed with Three Square Market’s longer-term vision of a cashless payment system for their vending machines – workplace snacks purchased with a flick of the wrist. And the televised “chipping party” proved to be a savvy marketing tactic, the story picked up by media outlets from Moscow to Sydney.

    But not all of the attention was positive. After the event, comments on Three Square Market’s Facebook page urged employees to quit. The company’s Google reviews page was inundated with one-star ratings. And Christian groups – convinced that the implants fulfilled an end-of-days prophecy where people are branded with “the mark of the beast” – accused the company of being the antichrist.

    https://www.theguardian.com/technol...we-ready-for-technology-to-get-under-the-skin



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