Cellular carriers are racing at breakneck speed to implement 5G because it will unlock trillions of dollars in new data while driving smart cities and enabling the Internet of Things. Security is an afterthought, but experts note that the potential for breaches will expand exponentially. The failure of massive IoT systems could throw society into chaos.
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As more journalists zero in on the concept of Technocracy, Technocrats and Scientific Dictatorship, articles like this are appearing to warn Americans of the dangers ahead. Jon Rappoport is one who ‘gets it’ and isn’t afraid to call it like it is.
Qualcomm, Broadcom, AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon, etc. are the implementers of 5G, not the Trump Administration or any other government body. The Technocrat threat isn’t so much China, but rather our own government who want to control untold masses of data to be collected through the Internet of Everything. Who is kidding whom here?
China’s Technocrats are playing chess with a far-reaching strategy to dominate the system of Globalization, while America plays checkers, worrying about the next ‘hop’. If the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS) does not block the Qualcomm takeover, China will move into the vacuum and dominate the industry.
Technocrat Elon Musk intends to bring ultra high-speed gigabit Internet to the USA and beyond with a blanket of low-orbit small satellites. This will result in ‘no person left behind’ because it will reach every rural area that currently does not have Internet.
It might be that the story about nationalizing 5G was a trial balloon that turned into a lead balloon, but it doesn’t mean that 5G isn’t racing ahead like a freight train. Corporate cellular providers like AT&T, Sprint, Verizon, etc., will all build their own 5G networks, resulting in more towers and more radiation. 5G is so fast that it will revolutionize the Internet of Everything, allowing real-time transmission of data.
The new 5G cellular standard is expected to put real-time communications in place for the Internet of Things; thus, in the hands of the government, all IoT data could be collected and captured directly by the government. It is already known that most cell carriers are already providing massive amounts of data to the government. The misleading rational offered for nationalization is to ‘guard against China’.
This is a press release from Nissan and the last line says that they will use a ‘simulator’ to demonstrate at the giant CES slow. In other words, they are faking it for now, but claim they are the first to develop such technology
Consumers are not demanding 5G communication speeds, but the implementers of the Internet of Everything are because it will be the glue that binds all devices together. Technocrats are building this system for command and control of entire populations.
The IoT is predicated on Wi-Fi connectivity; whatever security flaws existed previously pale in comparison to a flaw discovered in the Wi-Fi security protocol itself. Hundreds of millions of existing Wi-Fi devices are at risk, and most will never be patched. Undoubtedly, this will raise calls for a new security protocol, like quantum encryption currently being perfected by China.