November 24, 2023 | Zero5G.com | Image Source | The DoD and NATO are driving the deployment of wireless infrastructure marketed as “5G” or FutureG, which is not only purposed for communications, but is also a weapons system. The foundation of all wireless “G” networks is built on the transmission of microwave radiation, which is defined as pollution.
An underappreciated problem for free societies is the partnership of nations within the United Nations, an unelected organization intent on locking down and controlling the world’s population based on a manufactured public health “emergency,” engineered climate “emergency,” economic “emergency,” or other induced catastrophe.
In light of United Nations corruption & overreach, and the fact that the purpose of the military is to destroy, not preserve life,civilians are urgently needed to provide regulatory barriers to deployment of communications networks. Bioethics and environmental safety guidance is needed to correct communications systems to be in service to, not enslavement of, the public.
Department of Defense FutureG Office
By strengthening and developing relationships with private industry, academia, and interagency partners, the FutureG office promotes the use of common, commercial standards for Department of Defense (DoD) operations, proliferates open and interoperable technologies, and advances critical next-generation wireless network capabilities. Link
China has established more than 700,000 5G base stations since the country greenlighted the commercial use of 5G in 2019, said the white paper from the China Academy of Information and Communications Technology.
Promising faster connection speeds, wider broadband and lower latency, the 5G network is regarded as the “infrastructure” for a variety of next-generation digital technologies, including artificial intelligence, virtual and augmented reality and driverless vehicles.
Remember 5G is a BRAND NAME like Kleenex or BandAid which is promoted by industry marketing experts to soften the blow of the word radiation, which is what “5G” and all the “G’s” really are. ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
We are currently at what could be termed “6G” or “7G” with one internet provider advertising the virtues of their version called “10G”. Radiation is hands down the most studied toxin we are being subjected to. According to Verizon’s own literature, “artificially produced electric fields, magnetic field, electromagnetic field, sound waves, microwaves, and all artificially produced ionizing or nonionizing radiation” are defined as pollution.
There are more scientific studies on radiation than asbestos, lead, or cigarette smoke. Radiation was recognized as a public health hazard in 1978 by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), which was once in charge of protecting the public from exposure to radiation.
Now radiation is ostensibly regulated by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) an agency known to be dominated by industries beholden to the International Telecommunications Union (ITU), a private, paid club of telecommunications company executives who are in partnership with the United Nations. Somehow we are not supposed to be bothered by this or to mention it.
Of course the goal of corporations is enhancing shareholder value; and the primary directive of the military is to kill people as efficiently as possible, therefore these entities are not necessarily focused on protecting life while pursuing their particular quests.
As of today there are about 50+ bills in the U.S. Congress seeking to remove the general authority of the individual states from regulating or prohibiting xenobiotic (foreign to life) man-made radiation.
November 4, 2023 | Protection of individual data and understanding of Artificial Intelligence (AI) systems by the public is urgently needed.
Beyond AI’s abilities to write books or answer random questions, AI is a weapon system built upon the ‘smart’ grid (“5G/6G”+satellites). Information and data is being weaponized.
For example, the ‘smart’ phone is a useful tool for AI (and corporations, NGO’s and government agencies) to collect personal data that may be used to track and target individuals, groups, and/or entire populations in real time.
Due to huge budgets and an absence of applied BIOETHICS, AI development is accelerating at a pace much faster than people’s ability to comprehend.
Additionally, human beings are being left out of the programming loop.
In a recent lecture by Dr. James Giordano entitled, “Big Data, AI and Security/Defense on the Global Stage,” he stated:
“Increasingly in international circles that deal with this type of technology, humans are out of the loop. Why? Because humans are seen as an impediment to the iterative progress of the instrumentative development of these technologies.”
It’s crucial for We-The-People to learn more about AI and become closely involved in policymaking in order to guide the development of these systems.
As President Eisenhower stated in his 1961 farewell warning, “We should take nothing for granted. Only an alert and knowledgeable citizenry can compel the proper meshing of the huge industrial and military machinery of defense with our peaceful methods and goals, so that security and liberty may prosper together.”
October 18, 2023 | Image source | The brain is the new battlefield of war. Goals of cognitive warfare include shaping and controlling the perception of individuals and entire societies.
For example, the CV19 war was hugely successful due to narrative engineering and controlling/blocking the flow of information on social media.
To successfully navigate the climate of deception and weaponized data it’s important to scrutinize information and verify facts and sources for ourselves.
According to a recent PLA article, controlling public perception includes “four social-media tactics, dubbed “confrontational actions”: Information Disturbance, Discourse Competition, Public Opinion Blackout, and Block Information. The goal is to achieve an “invisible manipulation” and “invisible embedding” of information production “to shape the target audience’s macro framework for recognizing, defining, and understanding events.”
“Chinese government and military writings say cognitive operations aim to “capture the mind” of one’s foes, shaping an adversary’s thoughts and perceptions and consequently their decisions and actions. Unlike U.S. defense documents and strategic thinkers, the People’s Liberation Army puts cognitive warfare on par with the other domains of warfare like air, sea, and space, and believes it key to victory—particularly victory without war.”
The phrase “cognitive warfare” doesn’t often appear in news stories, but it’s the crucial concept behind China’s latest efforts to use social media to target its foes.
Recent stories have ranged from Meta’s “Biggest Single Takedown” of thousands of false-front accounts on Facebook, Instagram, TikTok, X, and Substack to an effort to spread disinformation about the Hawaii fires to a campaign that used AI-generated images to amplify divisive U.S. political topics. Researchers and officials expect similar efforts to target the 2024 U.S. election, as well as in any Taiwan conflict.
Chinese government and military writings say cognitive operations aim to “capture the mind” of one’s foes, shaping an adversary’s thoughts and perceptions and consequently their decisions and actions. Unlike U.S. defense documents and strategic thinkers, the People’s Liberation Army puts cognitive warfare on par with the other domains of warfare like air, sea, and space, and believes it key to victory—particularly victory without war.
Social media platforms are viewed as the main battlefield of this fight. China, through extensive research and development of their own platforms, understands the power of social media to shape narratives and cognition over events and actions. When a typical user spends 2.5 hours a day on social media—36 full days out of the year, 5.5 years in an average lifespan—it is perhaps no surprise that the Chinese Communist Party believes it can, over time, shape and even control the cognition of individuals and whole societies.
A recent PLA Daily article lays out four social-media tactics, dubbed “confrontational actions”: Information Disturbance, Discourse Competition, Public Opinion Blackout, and Block Information. The goal is to achieve an “invisible manipulation” and “invisible embedding” of information production “to shape the target audience’s macro framework for recognizing, defining, and understanding events,” write Duan Wenling and Liu Jiali, professors of the Military Propaganda Teaching and Research Department of the School of Political Science at China’s National Defense University.
Information Disturbance (信息扰动). The authors describe it as “publishing specific information on social media to influence the target audience’s understanding of the real combat situation, and then shape their positions and change their actions.” Information Disturbance uses official social media accounts (such as CGTN, Global Times, and Xinhua News) to push and shape a narrative in specific ways.
While these official channels have taken on a more strident “Wolf Warrior” tone, recently, Information Disturbance is not just about appearing strong, advise the analysts. Indeed, they cite how during 2014’s “Twitter War” between the Israeli Defense Force and the Palestinian Qassam Brigade, the Palestinians managed to “win international support by portraying an image of being weak and the victim.” The tactic, which predates social media, is reminiscent of Deng Xiaoping’s Tao Guang Yang Hui (韬光养晦)—literally translated as “Hide brightness, nourish obscurity.” China created a specific message to target the United States (and the West more broadly) under the official messaging of the CCP, that China was a humble nation focused on economic development and friendly relationships with other countries. This narrative was very powerful for decades; it shaped the U.S. and other nations’ policy towards China.
Discourse Competition (话语竞争)The second type is a much more subtle and gradual approach to shaping cognition. The authors describe a “trolling strategy” [拖钓], “spreading narratives through social media and online comments, gradually affecting public perception, and then helping achieve war or political goals.”
Here, the idea is to “fuel the flames” of existing biases and manipulate emotional psychology to influence and deepen a desired narrative. The authors cite the incredible influence that “invisible manipulation” and “invisible embedding” can have on social media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter in international events, and recommend that algorithm recommendations be used to push more and more information to target audiences with desired biases. Over time, the emotion and bias will grow and the targeted users will reject information that does not align with their perspective.
Public Opinion Blackout (舆论遮蔽). This tactic aims to flood social media with a specific narrative to influence the direction of public opinion. The main tool to “blackout” public opinion are bots that drive the narrative viral, stamping out alternative views and news. Of note to the growing use of AI in Chinese influence operations, the authors reference studies that show that a common and effective method of exerting cognitive influence is to use machine learning to mine user emotions and prejudices to screen and target the most susceptible audiences, and then quickly and intensively “shoot” customized “spiritual ammunition” to the target group.
This aligned within another PLA article entitled, “How ChatGPT will Affect the Future of Warfare,” .” Here, the authors write that generative AI can “efficiently generate massive amounts of fake news, fake pictures, and even fake videos to confuse the public” at a n overall societal level of significance. Their The idea is to create, in their words, a “flooding of lies”” while by the dissemination and Internet trolls to create “altered facts” creates confusion about facts and . The goal is to create confusion in the target audience’s cognition regarding the truth of “facts” and play on emotions of fear, anxiety and suspicion. to create an atmosphere of insecurity, uncertainty, and mistrust. The end-state for the targeted society is an atmosphere of insecurity, uncertainty, and mistrust.
Block Information (信息封锁). The fourth type focuses on “carrying out technical attacks, blockades, and even physical destruction of the enemy’s information communication channels”. The goal is to monopolize and control information flow by preventing an adversary from disseminating information. In this tactic, and none of the others, the Chinese analysts believe the United States has a huge advantage. They cite that in 2009, for example, the U.S. government authorized Microsoft to cut off the Internet instant messaging ports of Syria, Iran, Cuba and other countries, paralyzing their networks and trying to “erase” them from the world Internet. The authors also mention in 2022, Facebook announced restrictions on some media in Russia, Iran, and other countries, but falsely claim that the company did so to delete posts negative toward the United States, for the US to gain an advantage in “cognitive confrontation.”
Unfortunately, without verified facts, politicians and mainstream media are now attempting to promote another war that could serve as a perfect distraction from failure and corruption in Ukraine, pressing domestic and economic matters, failure to secure the borders, treason and CV19 crimes, UN Agenda 2030, and so forth.
People of faith and conscience oppose violence and remain steadfast to creating peaceful solutions, starting with an immediate cease-fire to end the fighting and prevent any more harm or bloodshed on either side.
Violence is the enemy.
To be clear, violence is criminal behavior and is to be harshly condemned and punished, no matter who commits atrocities. Those who are charged with violent crimes must be investigated and if found guilty with substantive evidence in a court of proper jurisdiction, prosecuted to face serious consequences for their actions.
Some important facts to consider about the decades-long Israel-Palestinian conflict:
1.) “Israel is the largest cumulative recipient of U.S. foreign assistance since World War II.”
According to the Congressional Research Report of March 2023: “In 2016, the U.S. and Israeli governments signed their third 10-year Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on military aid, covering FY2019 to FY2028. Under the terms of the MOU, the United States pledged to provide—subject to congressional appropriation—$38 billion in military aid ($33 billion in Foreign Military Financing (FMF) grants plus $5 billion in missile defense appropriations) to Israel.”
Similar to the attacks on September 11th, the terrible events in Israel are being used as justification for escalation of violence without confirmed evidence and investigation of those who are responsible for committing the crimes.
FromThe Times of Israel: “Rear Adm. Daniel Hagari, the chief military spokesman, acknowledged the army owes the public an explanation. But he said now is not the time. “First, we fight, then we investigate,” he said.
Close scrutiny is warranted, as mainstream media propaganda and intelligence agencies are involved in selling Americans another endless war.
A quick scan through recent history confirms that wars have been started with the use of propaganda:
After the events of September 11, 2001, George Bush Jr. and Colin Powell claimed that Sadam Hussein had WMDs. Even though millions of people opposed war, Congress authorized the use of military force, funded the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) and the invasions and occupations of Afghanistan and Iraq — two nations that had nothing to do with the attacks on the Twin Towers. WMD claims turned out to be false, resulting in the murder of millions of innocent people and the destruction of natural resources.
September 11th was a sophisticated military operation that was later found to be carried out by the CIA and Mossad. The tragedy served to mobilize American support for war. Many are still unaware of Building 7.
“We have to do a better job in the international side to coordinate our aid, to get more accountability for what we spend in Afghanistan. But much of the corruption is fueled by money that has poured into that country over the last eight years. And it is corruption at every step along the way, not just in Kabul.
You know, when we are so dependent upon long supply lines, as in Afghanistan, where everything has to be imported, it’s much more difficult than it was in Iraq, where we had Kuwait as a staging ground to go into Iraq. You offload a ship in Karachi and
by the time whatever it is – you know, muffins for our soldiers’ breakfasts or anti-IED equipment – gets to where we’re headed, it goes through a lot of hands. And one of the major sources of funding for the Taliban is the protection money.”
– Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton Testimony before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee December 3, 2009
September 19, 2023 | Image source | An $80 million F-35B stealth fighter jet was recovered north of Joint Base Charleston after the pilot ejected from the aircraft in the afternoon on Sunday, September 17th. Debris from the jet was found on Monday, about two hours northeast of the base. After the incident, all Marine Corps aircraft, inside and outside of the USA, were grounded.
The incident Sunday is the third crash in one month involving Marine Corps aircrafts. In a training flight near San Diego, an F-18 pilot died and three Marines were killed and others were wounded in an Osprey crash off the coast Australian coast. There have been numerous aviation near misses as well as helicopter crashes in Alabama, Alaska, and Kentucky.
These events raise serious questions regarding aircraft and helicopter safety. In June, Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg warned that some aircrafts do not yet have the necessary updated equipment that would prevent interference from 5G wireless transmissions.
5G networks and F-35’s are known to be hackable. Additionally, 5G is known to potentially interfere with radar altimeters used by military, commercial and civilian aircraft as well as helicopters.
In the latest installment of funding to wage war in Ukraine, the Biden administration continues to demonstrate complete disregard for devastating environmental destruction or any interest whatsoever in peace negotiations to save lives in Ukraine.
The arms package reportedly includes depleted uranium (DU) to be used with US-made Abrams tanks. The radioactive munitions are associated with health harms including cancers and birth defects. The UK has also sent DU to Ukraine, used with British-made Challenger 2 tanks. The toxic, radioactive DU remains in the environment for years or decades and poses extreme hazards to civilians and biological life.
U.S. leadership with NATO is leading the effort to facilitate war crimes in Ukraine.
Negotiations for peace and international stability are essential, ceasing all funding for wars. Instead we must reprioritize spending to recover from environmental disasters and help financially uplift Americans here at home.
August 16, 2023 | The DOD announced plans to send $200 MILLION in weapons for Zelensky’s quagmire.
The DC war machine has stolen over $43.7 BILLION from Americans for Biden’s proxy war against Russia since he took office. Mr. Biden is reportedly seeking an additional $24 BILLION for Ukraine and other international “needs.”
Even though public support for war is lacking, both parties in Congress have failed to audit Ukraine aid and instead continue to drain America’s economy to prolong Zelensky’s lost cause.
Rep. Andy Harris (R-MD), a co-chair of the congressional Ukraine Caucus, said this week that he’s not sure if the Ukraine war is “winnable” and called for the US to pressure Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky to pursue peace talks:
August 9, 2023 | Image source | Four US Navy destroyers responded to 11 Chinese and Russian ships operating near Alaska.
Chinese and Russian ships were reported to be operating in international waters near Alaska this week as geopolitical tensions have increased.
The failure of Congress and the Biden administration to engage in diplomatic negotiations and instead increase finance and support for Zelensky’s quagmire, is creating harsh consequences for American economic and national security interests at home.
Additionally, wildfires in Hawaii and open border policies are urgent matters of national security that must be prioritized and addressed instead of funding endless war in Ukraine.