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New York Food Police to Track Consumption

May 3, 2023 | Mayor Adams announced his plan to police New Yorker’s food consumption, as per UN Agenda 2030. The plan is to track everyone’s food consumption and carbon footprint.

In order not to comply, one will need to use cash for purchases, don’t use store cards to get points, and get rid of your ‘smart’ phone, that is the key to your own surveillance prison.

New York belongs to a network of C40 cities promoting “climate and environmental justice” based on technocracy and enslavement of the population.

C40 cities are referenced in Technology Convergence 2035 ushering in the world of AI and transhumanism. This plan has nothing to do with protecting health and everything to do with controlling the public.

The mechanism links the internet of things (IoT) and the internet of bodies (IoB) inside a wireless prison system (“4G”/”5G”/”6G”/Wi-Fi) under an overarching Artificial Intelligence (AI).

In the United States, New York is experiencing a mass exodus, perhaps due to draconian policies during C19, and a governor who is actually fighting to lock people in quarantine camps. Additionally, New York City has more microwave towers and microwave antennas than anywhere in the USA.

This microwave grid (“4G”/”5G”/”6G”/Wi-Fi) is the digital surveillance prison to permanently lockdown and monitor the population. This infrastructure is the mechanism to track, surveil, and collect personal information 24/7/365.

According to Antennasearch.com, there are 690 towers and 9754 antennas within a 3.0 mile radius of Bayard St & Mulberry St, New York, NY 10013, United States:

 

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According to building biology guidelines, the readings above are in extreme hazard territory.

Unfortunately, Mayor Adams is determined to add more microwave towers and antennas (“5G”) even though microwave radiation is harmful pollution.

This policy of increasing microwave radiation exposure for people and nature degrades the environment and public health.

 

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May 2, 2023 |  By Armstrong Economics

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Kentucky Governor Signs Bill Banning ESG Investment In Public Pensions

April 3, 2023  | Kentucky House Bill 236 was signed into law by Governor Andy Beshear. The bill mandates investment decisions for the state’s public pension funds be based on financial returns rather than environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors.

State Treasurer, Allison Ball said of HB 236, “For many years, pension investments were about maximizing returns. Recently, however, there has been a destructive shift in investment methodology to use the savings of Americans as financial muscle to push ideological causes through the ESG movement. Kentucky has said no to this shift by passing HB 236, which clarifies that pension fiduciaries must base investment decisions solely on financial metrics, not politics.”

The non-partisan approach to protecting the workers, investments, and industries of Kentucky, is a strong example for other states to follow.

 


 

 

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