Internet of things

Internet of Things

Connected to the internet of things

Internet of Things (IoT) is a fast growing multi-billion industry of “things” that are connected to a “Smart Grid” via the Internet. The idea is to create opportunities for more direct integration of the physical world into computer-based systems – and vice versa. Wikipedia explains it here.

This of course already includes your TV and your smart-meter (which zaps you with microwaves daily). But it also includes your refrigerator, your car, your computer, phone and tablet, coffee makers, washing machines, headphones, lamps, wearable devices and almost anything else you can think of.

Nanoparticles in medicine

But the internet of things doesn’t stop there. There are experiments underway to include nanoparticles in your medicines (so that the doctor can tell if your are obeying their instruction) and so that the medicine can be targeted on the specific problem. Some of these medicinal smart-drugs have been rolled out. Vaccines are currently a topic of contention. In some cases do they do more harm than good? Should it be mandatory to have your children vaccinated? This site maintains that including artificial nanoparticles will increase their efficacy. They maintain that cancer cells can be targeted, but there is increasing evidence that cannabis does the same – but naturally!

Eating nanoparticles is good for you?

We already know that nanoparticles are included in food and cosmetics. I posted about that on Facebook. There is no conclusive evidence that nano-titanium dioxide (TiO2) used in sunscreen, for example, which whitens and brightens, and nano-silica, which prevents caking in food, are completely safe to eat. They have been shown to interfere with the immune system and cause cell damage. But it’s still legal? We are the guinea pigs (Remember thalidomide?). The net will turn up lots of foods and cosmetics but here are a few examples:

  • M&Ms
  • Skittles
  • Nestlé Coffee Mate Creamer
  • Old El Paso Taco Mix
  • Nestlé baby formula

. Some of the big cosmetic players use nanoparticles to “hide wrinkles” and so on. They include:

  • Lancôme
  • L’Oréal
  • Max Factor
  • Clinique
  • The Body Shop (which surprised me as their ethos was “natural”)

Internet of things in your head

Do bear in mind that the nanoparticles are able to pass through the blood-brain barrier. So, now couple that with chemtrails with nanoparticles, 5G WiFi and include a nanoparticle that can be controlled via WiFi and what have you got? A super efficient CONTROL SYSTEM that lives in you brain. Add to the mix AI (artificial intelligence) and you have a means of implanting voices, thoughts, actions, emotions and the list is endless.

Voice to skull technology

There is already a system of inserting instruction into the brain, developed as a result of MKUltra and the Industrial Military Complex. It’s called V2K (voice to skull). If that interests you, you can find lots on the internet about that but here is one link and I have included a video at the bottom of the page. Now they are getting cuter. The USA intends to flood the world with dangerous 5G wavelength WiFi that permeates the body and almost certainly will begin to react with certain nanoparticles.

And nobody is questioning any of this technology? There is plenty on the internet about these technologies. Naturally they have been labeled as “conspiracy” theories. In fact they are theories and the label CONSPIRACY has been added by the (controlled) media etc. in a cynical attempt denigrate and down-play the interest. Naturally the military and controllers do not want you to take too much interest. It is a clever ploy. The point is that 5G WiFi has not been tested in relation to human health. But it’s being rolled out anyway because the Crony Capitalists will make more money and have more control over your life. The WHO list WiFi as possibly a group 2B carcinogen in humans.

You are all asleep. Welcome to technological tyranny.

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