Like my last similar post, this is not a link, nor an article, just an incident, that I feel warrants a mention.

                   On a youtube video comments section, I commented, that I think that the panic, panic, ventilator ,ventilator, panic, and did I mention ventilator thing, is meant to condition the masses, so that when 60GHz 5G is rolled out, and  people start dropping like flies unable to breathe, it will be automatically assumed that it is due to Corona virus. Thus preventing people putting two and two together. 

              The comment was removed, but because it was in reply to a cheeky remark, I tried again. This time misspelling every possible trigger word quite badly, eg fife jee, korone, etc. That too was deleted within a minute. 

             I decided to call it quits, and so posted that as I’d had two comments deleted, we were probably going to have to forget it. That too was removed within a minute. 

              Here I am, locked down, unable to comment in a video comments section, because of wrong speak. I’m really glad that we live in a democracy and not some communist third world shit hole, oh hang on a minute.

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13 Responses to “Like my last similar post, this is not a link, nor an article, just an incident, that I feel warrants a mention.”

  1. Prometheus says:

    The good thing about Facebook, YouTube, Twitter for instance is that as more people get sick of this utter lie going on then they will see social media for what it is – they are censoring the truth.

    It’s about time people got a kick up the rear-end and saw the bigger picture.

    In many ways, the above-mentioned social media outlets are shooting themselves in the foot.

  2. sovereigntea says:

    60 Ghz is unlikely to cause the effects suggested due to high rate of attenuation. This why such frequencies are deployed in area denial weapons which cause a burning sensation of the skin which absorbs the lot. More attention should be focused on the lower end of the frequency spectrum e.g. WiFi 2.4Ghz dangerous in yer microwave oven but perfectly safe in your pocket. Even more attention should be paid to the sub Ghz range now increasingly is use. I one knew a former military radar operator whose hair fell out. He died several years later from a multitude of radiation caused cancers etc. RIP Phil Lab Technician Leicester Polytechnic James Went Building. Circa 1988

    Such frequencies are being deployed to foist “the internet of things” on the population. Whilst the morons in the press cheerlead for the industry.

    Sovereigntea – Comms engineer communications specialist

    • ian says:

      Thank you sovereigntea. Can you suggest reading matter or videos. I know that I would like to know more about it without the disinfo that is everywhere.

  3. sovereigntea says:

    Try this report fed to ordinary coppers in a much watered down form by the Police Federation. All 999 services have been exposed TETRA / AIRWAVE. Despite this report the system is still in use by the government that cares so much its locked everyone up.
    http://www.tetrawatch.net/papers/trower_report.pdf

  4. sovereigntea says:

    TETRA uses microwave frequency elecromagnetic radiation (EMR), but carries its modulated signals in pulses. These pulses are emitted by TETRA handsets at a frequency of 17.6 Hz, in the ‘beta’ brainwave range, and very close the resonant frequency of calcium ions at 16Hz. Official sources deny that base stations pulse at all. Practical measurements establish that they do: see our TETRA pulse page. The nationwide network requires 3,350 masts to operate a complete system. Some sources doubt whether TETRA, intended to communicate data as well as voice and SMS, will fulfill police requirements.

  5. sovereigntea says:

    Conclusion

    People should be made aware that the EMR from using day to day cellular, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth devices are harmful to human health. The levels of radiation observed in most cases such as phone calls, internet browsing on laptops and smartphones, using wireless routers and hotspots, Bluetooth smartwatches and smartphones are unsafe when compared with radiations limits determined by medical bodies. According to the current medical literature, various adverse health effects from exposure to RF EMR have been well documented. For now, wireless technologies must be avoided as much as possible. New and innovative wired solutions which provide the same level of user-friendliness should be encouraged. Intervention of government and medical bodies with the main purpose of protecting human health is of utmost necessity to ensure good economic development without compromising the health of the population. Countries must adopt the guidelines suggested by medical bodies which take into account both thermal and non-thermal effects of EMR. At present, all individuals must take preventive and protective measures to protect themselves from harmful EMR exposure.
    https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/9016183

    • ian says:

      Thank you very much sovereigntea, I had seen much information that it was specifically 60GHz which was dangerous. Apparently at that frequency, Oxygen molecules begin to vibrate, and (apparently), it interferes with the ability of the haemoglobin in our blood to absorb it. This, I had heard, caused symptoms akin to those expected if you had been dropped off on the top of Everest without acclimatisation, and was likely to blame for the collapsing pedestrian videos from China, and created severe respiratory distress, and thus the need for ventilators. The symptoms of the current CV being similar, would give the authorities cover, when it is rolled out, as the general public being pre conditioned would accept it as CV.
      Our own government pays the lowest old age pensions in the civilised world, and pleads poverty as the excuse. The poverty doesn’t however prevent them from fitting 5G ready lamp posts into every one horse village in Britain, no doubt to stop our Netflix buffering. I will research further. Thank you sovereigntea.

      • sovereigntea says:

        A key indicator of motive given the recent spree of lamp “upgrades” is the obvious evidence in the rollout program itself.
        Were ones primary wish to upgrade the lighting one would perfom this project on an area by area or street by street basis to reduce installation costs. This is NOT being done in all cases. On minor roads and housing estates every third or fourth lamp is replaced likely that this is the maximum range required to create a mesh communication network between radio devices. Possibly the minium backhaul data route for a surveillence grid or geolocation system that doesnt require sattelite GPS coverage.

  6. sovereigntea says:

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