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.
The Administration’s claim that the U.S. must beat China in the rollout of 5G is meaningless and absurd, but it has provided a bum’s rush to hurry up and install it throughout America.
If 5G is just a stepping stone to 6G, then hold on to your seat. AI plus instantaneous connections will enable ad-hoc networks of things and people to achieve unheard-of outcomes.
The fact that the Technocrat elite flatly ignore stern and documented warnings against 5G, indicates that they have some ulterior agenda that they must accomplish regardless of the negative impact on humans. It is the establishment of Technocracy, aka, Scientific Dictatorship.
Technocrats are in hot pursuit of lighting up the Internet of Things by implementing 5G world-wide. This desire far outweighs any human health risks that are demonstratedly present. To the Technocrat mind, human life has little value.
Google placed big bets on fiber optic cable installation but now is leaving cities in the lurch by abandoning the entire effort. Instead, Google is now relying on 5G infrastructure to manage its expansion.