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Friday, August 24, 2018

5 Articles Show How TPTB "Fix" You Like Staked Goats

Five recent articles exemplify the ever-increasing surveillance by TPTB (The Powers That Be) to “fix” you and I... in the manner of goats staked out to lure in the lion. In this case, the lion is a ravening wolf, performing his own staking in the guise of a sheep. The articles will be listed in chronological order. Ironically, the level of alarm should increase with that order, as well.

The reason I’m writing about this is that it is important to cite the things that generally do not receive the greatest amount of interest by the public overall. Some of them are obscure and do not really “jump” out at you until you examine them and see them not merely as they are presented... but the underlying significance to it all. Then it materializes into a puzzle piece.

When the pieces are matched with others in the jigsaw picture? To paraphrase O’Brien in Orwell’s “1984,” you will then see the true portrait of the world they are creating.
1. July 24th, 2018 “What is 5G and what will it mean for you?” by Matthew Wall.

This explains the 5G system that will be emplaced by many nations by 2020, according to the article. Here are some excerpted passages, compressed together to save time:

“What is 5G exactly? It’s the next-fifth generation of mobile Internet connectivity promising much faster data download and upload speeds, wider coverage, and more stable connections. What will it enable us to do? “Whatever we do now with our smartphones we’ll be able to do faster and better,” says Ian Fogg from OpenSignal, a mobile data analytics company. “Think of smart glasses featuring augmented reality, mobile virtual reality, much higher quality video, the Internet of things making cities smarter. But what’s really exciting is all the new services that will be built that we can’t foresee…driverless cars will be able to “talk” to each other and traffic management systems…swarms of drones co-operating to carry out search and rescue missions, fire assessments and traffic monitoring, all communicating wirelessly with each other and ground base stations over 5G networks…mobile videos should be near instantaneous and glitch-free….weara


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Dave T: Meanwhile, we can't fix a single, simple, solitary problem that has plagued mankind since his inception. Can't stop corruption in our government, plenty of greed for all. Can't balance a budget, can't care for the elderly, can't care for our veterans, still polluting the environment, people simply still don't get along - and that's on all levels from local, to state, national, and even international! Hell, if we find aliens, I bet we'll fight with them too. And the list goes on. While 5G might be impressive to some, I think the simple life is far more desirable. The only problem I find today, is living that lifestyle is anything but simple.