“Telecom companies are currently scrambling to implement fifth-generation cellular network technology. But the world of 5G is a world where all objects are wired and constantly communicating data to one another. The dark truth is that the development of 5G networks and the various networked products that they will give rise to in the global smart city infrastructure, represent the greatest threat to freedom in the history of humanity.“
Long-time United Nations staff member Claire Edwards summarizes worldwide developments in the 5G situation. While still far from a victory claim, there is much to be hopeful about as millions around the world deepen involvement and take a stand for our shared future.
Phi Beta Iota: With the new “wi-fi” satellites everyone in an airplane (most dangerously) and on the ground (generally) is subject to deep radiation exposure. Radiation sickness manifests similarly to the flu — the recent quarantined aircraft are a huge warning sign that all governments are deliberately ignoring.
Academia may be helping depoliticize spy agencies.
But as the study notes, growing into and dialoging with academia goes far beyond empowering multiple intelligence agencies to give differing viewpoints.
It means releasing more information into the public sphere and enduring more public and systematic criticism from academics who are not necessarily looking to save the intelligence community from embarrassment.
Next week, for the first time ever, 9/11 family members and advocates are taking legal action against the FBI aimed at forcing the Bureau to assess and report the evidence of the World Trade Center’s explosive demolition known to the FBI as well as other unreported 9/11 evidence.
MoveOn has it right — Democratic candidates are rightfully boycotting AIPAC. Below are mugshots for all the speakers at the forthcoming AIPAC conference…each of them — including Members of Congress — tainted by association. Each of them — by association — appears to be an undeclared agent of a foreign power.
Fake news about a terrorist connection could serve as a pretext for war
As an ex-CIA case officer who worked on the Iran target for a number of years, I was shocked when I read the Times’ article, primarily because it sounded like a repeat of the fabricated intelligence that was used against both Iraq and Iran in 2001 through 2003.