5G – The Internet of Things Nefarious

“The technotronic era involves the gradual appearance of a more controlled society. Such a society would be dominated by an elite, unrestrained by traditional values. Soon it will be possible to assert almost continuous surveillance over every citizen and maintain up-to-date complete files containing even the most personal information about the citizen. These files will be subject to instantaneous retrieval by the authorities. ”

― Zbigniew Brzeziński, Between Two Ages: America’s Role in the Technetronic Era

Ah yes – the elites always have to tell us of their depraved plans well in advance. Mr Brzezinski’s book was written back in 1970.  The grim reaper eventually calls on all of us, even wayward and demented souls as Mr. Brezezinski but the gifts left by him and his merry band of derelicts aren’t daffodils and daisies.

5G, or the 5th generation cellular telecommunications is rapidly on its way. What exactly is this monster?

From electronicsense.com

5G offers mind-blowing data capabilities, practically unrestricted call volumes and near infinite data broadcast. It does this by 5G using largely untapped bandwidth of the millimeter wave (MMW), which is between 30GHz and 300GHz, as well as some lower and mid-range frequencies.

5g will include the higher Millimeter Wave frequencies never before used for public Internet and communications technology. These waves do not travel easily through buildings so will require millions of new cell towers. The wireless telecom industry is aggressively seeking to outfit nearly every lamppost and utility post around the country with a wireless “small cell” antenna potentially beaming hazardous radiation next to, or into our homes, 24/7. via whatis5g.info

nikolay-avakyan-198591As with all new technologies, the devil is in the details.  How many new ways can there be for the government to spy on us aside from the cell phones we carry, the buses, cars, trains, planes, through mobile scanners and drones, via credits cards, television, dolls and even dishwashers, (see this about the dishwashers)?  It’s all about spying, plain and simple, and to spy effectively you must have 24/7/365 coverage.

From Washingtonsblog.com

Last year, U.S. Intelligence Boss James Clapper said that the government will spy on Americans through IoT (Internet of Things):

In the future, intelligence services might use the [IoT] for identification, surveillance, monitoring, location tracking, and targeting for recruitment, or to gain access to networks or user credentials.

Yves Smith commented at the time:

Oh, come on. The whole point of the IoT is spying. The officialdom is just trying to persuade you that it really is a big consumer benefit to be able to tell your oven to start heating up before you get home.

Wired comments:

Why do you think there are so many buckets of cash pouring into the IoT hope-to-be-a-market? The Big Corporations don’t expect to make a big profit on the devices themselves, oh no. News flash: the Big Money in IoT is in Big Data. As in, Big Data about everything those sensors are learning about you and your nasty habits that you hide from your neighbors.

Comforting, eh?  But that’s just the beginning. With the main course of nefarious activities noted about, just like the pharmaceutical industry offerings – there are always side effects:

Electrosmog, effects on the skin, eyes, heart, immune system, cell growth rates, bacteria resistance, plant health and more are just the initial offerings on the dessert menu. A comprehensive and sobering piece on this latest whiz-bang, gee-whiz guano that will be sold to us as the main dessert with whip cream and a cherry on top can be read here and here.

jimmy-chang-30338Many make the mistake of thinking that the full-time arrival of Big Brother is at some point in the future.  On some misty, fog enshrouded night, the switch will be flicked by some as yet unknown hump back assistant and we all will be thrown into the abyss of perpetual slavery.

The diabolical’s have already flicked the switch.  They’ve already told us their intentions. One must do a bit of research but it’s all there – they just don’t broadcast it on their friendly media propaganda outlets.

From the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) and Science and Technology Organization

From 5-6 October, twelve representatives from Canada, France, Germany, The Netherlands, Sweden, the United States and the United Kingdom participated in an Exploratory Team investigating national interest in researching Fifth Generation (5G) COMMS and MIMO Challenges in Electronic Warfare.

5G wireless communications systems will be fully operational and start deployment by 2020. The technical objective of METIS (Mobile and Wireless Communications Enablers for the Twenty-Twenty Information Society) Supports significant advances over current 4G technology.

This revolutionary approach will be achieved through a flexible combination of evolved existing technologies (e.g. 3G, 4G, Wi-Fi, etc.) and many new radio concepts.

Everything on their menu is lethal.

Although the body’s water molecules and nervous system would be heated and disrupted by the millimeter-wave radiation, no permanent injury would supposedly occur as long as people were only exposed to minor doses. – mwrf.com

Isn’t that comforting.

Pockets of sanity are out there….from BusinessWire.com

Over 200 scientists from 41 nations, with expertise in the biological and health effects of RF/MW, have appealed to the United Nations to protect humans and wildlife from wireless technologies. See Video https://vimeo.com/123468632)

jimmy-chang-13113As with most issues we face, the solutions lie within each of us individually. You may also write, call or email the relevant agencies to protest against the 5G deployment at parentsforsafetechnology.org

For further discussions and details on 5G, you can listen to YouTube offerings here,  here and here.

It is indeed madness. Addicted to technology for convenience sake, for instant communication and entertainment – it appears that we may soon cast a glance from our cell phones and understand with finality that the game is over.


If nothing else but to soothe the soul, we offer the following:

Muzio Clementi – Symphony in B-Flat Major, Op. 18, No. 1: II. Un poco adagio

Photos by Jimmy Chang on Unsplash.com/@photohunter

Landscape photo by Nikolay Avakyan on Unsplash.com/@nik009


  1. Meanwhile, the area where my parents live barely has 3G coverage. They often can’t make calls from their house because the reception is so weak. Keep in mind they live in a very crowded and built-up area, too… they aren’t out in some rural wilderness. I wonder if 5G will pass them by as well!

    Am I the only person who misses the way things were before all this mobile crap came along? I miss the days when we had the internet, but only on our computers. I do like the internet because it’s so easy to look up interesting information (and read cool blogs!). But I think the whole 24/7 access to the internet via cell phones (“mobile devices!”) nowadays is deleterious, both for the reasons you stated and more nebulous reasons (like people being completely self-absorbed and OBSESSED with checking social media every single minute).


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