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The International Elitists Conclude Meeting at The World Government Summit in Dubai (Mar 28-30)

The International Elitists Conclude Meeting at The World Government Summit in Dubai (Mar 28-30)

While much of the “mainstream” world has spent the last few days obsessing over and debating the celebrity spectacle surrounding American actor Will Smith slapping American comedian Chris Rock, the international elitists were meeting in Dubai for the 2022 World Government Summit. From March 28th to the 30th, corporate media journalists, heads of state, and CEOs of some of the most profitable companies in the world met for discussions on shaping the direction of the next decade and beyond. Anyone with a functioning brain should ignore the tabloids and instead pay attention to this little known gathering of globalist Technocrats ...
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Study: LED Industry Expert Shines New Light On 5G Safety Mystery

Study: LED Industry Expert Shines New Light On 5G Safety Mystery

5G is being rapidly rolled out globally, despite grave concerns among independent scientists over safety. Very little published evidence exists on the actual health risks. But one pioneering scientist, noted in Who’s Who as a top industry expert, offers an innovative new paper destined to be a benchmark in the quantification and identification of actual radiative properties from antennae. Principia Scientific International (PSI) proudly presents this key study, authored by the eminent electrical engineering scientist, M. Nisa Khan, Ph.D., EE, who holds 10 patents in the field, and whose work is archived by the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal. Dr ...
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Amazon Implements ‘Sidewalk’ To Steal Your Privacy

Amazon Implements ‘Sidewalk’ To Steal Your Privacy

Today, June 8, Amazon will activate Amazon Sidewalk, a mass wireless sharing network. Users of all Amazon smart devices will be automatically enrolled, without consent, unless they opt out by disabling the network settings. Amazon Sidewalk will connect all Amazon devices, such as Alexa, Echo speakers and Ring security cameras — including tile trackers, Ring spotlight and floodlight cameras, smart lights and smart locks — to a local “mesh wireless network.” For a complete list of devices that will be activated, review Amazon’s FAQ. The Amazon Sidewalk network will allow shared internet use up to within about a half-mile radius of the Amazon ...
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Legal Case Filed Against 5G for Breaches in Human Rights and National Health Service Acts, Public Sector Equality Duty, etc. (UK)

Legal Case Filed Against 5G for Breaches in Human Rights and National Health Service Acts, Public Sector Equality Duty, etc. (UK)

Opposition to 5G is worldwide due to economic, environmental, health, and safety risks.  Cities AND entire countries have taken action to ban, delay, halt, and limit 5G installation AS WELL AS issue moratoriums. Since 2017, doctors and scientists have asked for 5G moratoriums on Earth and in space (see , ).  Since 2018 there have been reports of people and animals experiencing symptoms and illnesses after 5G was installed (see , , , 4).  The majority of scientists worldwide oppose deployment.  Doctors, scientists, and telecom whistleblowers have also endorsed a boycott on 5G phones.  Lawsuits have been filed and continue to be filed against deployment.  Recently another one was filed ...
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MIT Engineers Create Spinach That Act as Sensors and Wirelessly Send Emails

MIT Engineers Create Spinach That Act as Sensors and Wirelessly Send Emails

All wireless and/or “Smart” technology is vulnerable to hacking (see , , , , ) and other significant mishaps (see , ).  Serious warnings about Internet of Things (IoT) technology’s high failure rate and enormous vulnerability to hackers have been ongoing for years.  Last August, IBM warned about a security flaw in millions of IoT devices including “Smart” Meters and medical implants. In December, President Trump signed IoT Cybersecurity Improvement Act of 2020 to create standards and guidelines on the use and management of IoT devices by federal agencies. Nevertheless, sensors that operate and transmit wirelessly are still being used and/or considered for critical tasks including sewage maintenance. Scientists at MIT have taken this even farther ...
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