Skynet 2.0: Unstoppable Secret Network Bypasses Internet

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According to popular tech expert, Rob Braxman, “There’s a secret network in operation today and this network can send centralized commands from its master to slave devices without anyone being able to stop it.” It can also track your precise location even when your phone is turned off. ⁃ TN Editor

This is an important concept to understand and Braxman’s explanation is one of the more understandable ones, breaking it down piece by piece. I recommend that you listen to this video and try to understand the massive surveillance threat that affects billions of devices.

Braxman further states. “It has the most advanced location tracking capabilities and no one can intercept its traffic. It can bypass the internet. There are billions of devices that it can utilize and potentially control.”

Tracking the geographic location of people and mobile devices is critical to the success of Technocracy. Amazon and Apple are two giants that are using this tech for data mining. Devices like phones can be turned on remotely, even if not connected to the Internet.

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Patrick Wood
Patrick Wood is a leading and critical expert on Sustainable Development, Green Economy, Agenda 21, 2030 Agenda and historic Technocracy. He is the author of Technocracy Rising: The Trojan Horse of Global Transformation (2015) and co-author of Trilaterals Over Washington, Volumes I and II (1978-1980) with the late Antony C. Sutton.
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Rachel

And if your body is full of nanobots you can be tracked sans external device.

elle

BINGO! Give her a huuuuuge prize for paying attention. God bless you, girl.

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Freeland_Dave

When the last smart phone tablet came with the features of a non-replaceable battery you’ve never been aboe to truly turn it off. If you don’t want to be spied on with your cellular device or things like your Amazon Fireqube or other Alexa type of device, DON’T BUY OR USE ONE! If you’ve nothing that you wouldn’t tell your sweet old grandmother and her friends then just don’t worry about it and remember if you come to a bad end, you didn’t have anything to hide.

justsayin

I still have a flip phone and people laugh at me. I have 3 back ups just in case.

BEC

They can still track you trough the SIM card, SIM cards nowadays are more powerful than 2003 supercomputers or any low end phone, can calculate your position based on the signal of nearby antennas and send that information to Agencies or your phone provider(or the police…) and ever can run Java(as in Android) applications.

Karen Gevaert

Isn’t that just dandy, there’s goes our privacy. What else will the technocrats develop to further destroy our liberty.

Marilynne L. Mellander

Does it track satellite phones?

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elle

And the nanny state stupid people think those kill-shots are for covid. God!

Phil Feigel

Worked to start one of the companies that became Verizon. Still only use a flip phone. pf

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