5G technology is the holy grail of Technocrats who desperately want to enable a ubiquitous command-and-control network of IoT devices to control human populations en-mass. Thus, safety research on toxic effects is being aggressively suppressed.
The concept of Public-Private Partnerships was originally invented by the United Nations to implement Sustainable Development, aka Technocracy. Since 5G is key to total surveillance, it is no surprise that P3s are playing a central role.
It is possible for cities to resist Federal overreach, especially when 5G presents serious citizen safety issues. Grand Rapids, Michigan barely scraped by a vote of 3-3, but it was a victory for city sovereignty.
The 5G industry has spent no funds on consumer safety testing, yet it disparages and vilifies legitimate scientists and studies that are issuing strong warnings about its safety. It’s time the public took notice!
Qualcomm understands that 5G will provide a gusher real-time data to be collected, manipulated and sold for huge profits. Technocrats lust for and hoard all the data that they can get their hands on.
Ponder the phrase, ‘nationwide revolt’. Switzerland is the latest nation to give 5G providers a major setback, following other European nations. Most importantly, Technocracy is taking a huge hit.
In July 2019, it was announced in The Netherlands that 5G antennas would be erected on every street corner. By September, citizens took to the streets to block implementation.
Is 5G a solution looking for a problem or a problem looking for a solution? Despite the overwhelming hype or urgency to implement, very few outside of global corporations are buying the hype. 5G’s future is still in doubt.
The Technocrat’s lust for 5G and Internet of Things is so strong that they are perfectly willing to ignore all human concerns, protests and especially health concerns. However, the issue of Scientific Dictatorship, aka Technocracy, is much greater.
Citizens and cities are pushing back against FCC bullying and health concerns, even as 5G providers are calling it all ‘conspiracy theories.’ The providers are increasingly embattled by city councils.