Wireless Warfare Exposed - Declassified Military Doc Proves Smart Phones Are Killing Mankind


We've been treated like guinea pigs and the lab results are in... smart phones are killing us!

The current number of cell phone users today is 4.77 Billion and that figure continues to exponentially rise! Decades of cell phone use have now passed with a new generation of people coming into the world who have not experienced life without these devices!

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Dan Dicks of Press For Truth goes over what the phone companies are telling you is a safe and acceptable level of exposure compared to what military documents have reported on as far back as the 1970's in terms of the clinical effects of microwaves and radio frequency radiation on human beings.

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can you post the link to the video(s) for some reason my browser won't let me see the video or the box it in...

thank you

as I save all the videos as I can and make pdf of the pages

There you are Krys https://youtu.be/WLDdS4_Qneg 

If you get stuck like that again, left click on the youtube video, it will show the URL. Copy that then paste into browser.

I have just a white page not a thing about the video box--thank you 4 the link

I shall remember that Krys and post appropriately

Even in this small town most are AI junkies-addicted to hell and wont let go or listen to reason and theyre frying others without caring and in most cases not knowing and even if they were informed theyre tooo addicted to let go.

Thanks Ger

Google Home Gets Creepy With Invasive Advertising

The jury is still out on consumer perceptions surrounding in-home AI devices. While some estimates put Amazon’s Echo sales around 8 million US units so far, there are currently no solid numbers around the competing Google Home device. Some users love the handy little assistant, while others decry the privacy concerns behind putting an “always listening and quite possibly recording you” microphone in your home.

Burger King ad ‘speaks’ to viewers’ Google Assistant-powered smart speaker.

But things took a little lean towards the paranoid recently, when Burger King rolled out its innovative new ad. The ad, which features an actor in full employee regalia clutching a Whopper, interacts with Google Home devices whether you want it to or not. In the ad, the employee claims he can’t possibly explain all the great stuff inside a Whopper in the short amount of time he has, so he says, “Ok Google,” waking consumers’ devices, before commanding it to rattle off the Whopper’s components.

There have been several other notable instances of “accidental” activation of these types of AI devices. Amazon’s holiday ad campaign featured people using their Echo devices, and some consumers reported that the “wake word” in the ad activated their units. Another widespread story involved a news reporter who accidentally caused Amazon units to attempt to order products while he was relaying the news of how the unit operates.

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Crrow777 says when he was in the marines, they were all drilled to stay very far from certain onboard radar or risk being cooked from the inside.

I think its important to not let THEM put inaccurate words in our mouths because, as words possess power to induce, they induce the wrong pictures and therefore the wrong beliefs in our minds.



Example: Fossil Fuel. EVERYBODY uses it but there IS NO SUCH THING. Fossils are STONE. Mineral Oil has never had anything to do with dinosaurs.

This misnomer makes us think it can run out, like they want us to, but in fact mineral oil will never run out as we know.

Here is now another misnomer that is getting pervasive: AI.

It might be Artificial but it is NOT FRIGGIN' INTELLIGENT OK? They obviously want us to be scared that it could be smarter than us and therefore powerful so we OBEY without question, as if it had "authority" or to associate with cool Robots we have seen on film.. 

I'm not sure exactly why they have initiated this stupid abbreviation yet but it will become apparent: Its a CON.

Like a Smart Phone, it is not smart, its a handheld computer with a phone in it. But the opposite is a DUMB phone, and you don't want one of those do you? No, you HAVE TO HAVE A SMART ONE.

Its brainwashing thru language. Don't do it, refuse to use these trite, fake, suggestive misnomers and expressions. Think of what it really is when you speak of it and call it thereafter: Bot or widget or something specific to what it does.

Then you are also forced to think.

DO NOT OBEY...unless you want to.


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