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Protests, riots, looting, mobs notwithstanding...the agenda of "control of movement" is still on track to surveil us on a global scale. While some spend time on their knees, others are in labs creating new ways of testing and "tracking" populations. If you have not travelled by plane lately, you may not know that many airports require mandatory temperature checks and randomly pull off passengers to take a required "Covid 19 virus test". This means your personal identifying data is then given to "enforcement agencies and public health organizations" with or without your consent.
Your phone number is input into a system of "contact tracing" and location tracking unless you are not carrying a spyphone. You are told the test results will be conveyed "in a few days" and until then you are supposed to "quarantine in place". The length of time depends on the state and local guidelines. For example in Alaska it is five days, in other places such as Maryland it is a minimum of ten days. If coming from an international location the specific guidance reads: "Travelers to the United States from specified countries in Europe must stay home for 14 days after travel, monitor their health, and practice social distancing."
Different countries are implementing different systems making travel and tourism (an important industry in many countries) uncertain and challenging. Implicitly if not explicitly, our freedom to travel is restricted- as it already is in countries like China and North Korea:
"The procedure that is offered in Britain is based on facial biometrics. After a person passes the antibody test, he transfers the data to a special application. This application will also require an identity document and photo for verification. Representatives of companies that will use such a passport in their practice will require a QR code from the employee who will generate this application. This code will become available after a person confirms his identity, is photographed."
"Three European companies SICPA, KSI (Guardtime) and OpenHealth have joined together to propose a “Covid-19 Secured Health Passport” and are aiming to help manage the health status of populations in real time, SICPA’s Certus technology, provided to the French government in the framework of a trial launched by the Defence Ministry to combat Covid-19, aims to allow all persons who have had an approved test to detect the virus or antibodies, to receive a certificate from an authorised body showing the result of the test, in a digital, but printable, format which cannot be falsified and is universally verifiable."
However, It's not over after being tested at the airport. Certain public areas and hotels are using "contact temperature tracing" to enter their public spaces. They are utilizing machines to clean and "check in".
Hong Kong’s L’hotel Group launched room-service robots, while Singapore’s Yotel gave us Yoshi and Yolanda, service robots that deliver amenities to guests’ doorsteps. (Yotel also has self-service reception.) There’s also a wave of automated disinfecting robots manning airports, like Pittsburgh Airport’s UV-ray armed disinfecting robots and Hong Kong Airport’s virus-killing bots. And perhaps other airlines will follow the lead of Qatar Airways and Doha Hamad International Airport, where disinfection robots will join airport staff donning Smart Screening Helmets that provide contactless temperature readings and “use augmented reality to screen travelers.”
"Robots in South Korea have been used to measure temperatures and distribute hand sanitiser. With health experts warning some social distancing measures may need to be in place through 2021, robot workers may be in greater demand." www.bbc.com/news/technology-52340651
This leads us to another consequence of this plandemic...more robots, more machines to replace human beings and getting people and children to become accustomed to interacting with machines. Machines don't require testing, breaks, vacations, unions. Machines have no compassion, ask no questions, question no orders and can be programmed and then re-programmed. Robots are already in use in multiple settings including in factories, health clinics, hotels, restaurants, public transport and schools. (see photos below)
"Once a company has invested in replacing a worker with a robot it's unlikely the firm will ever rehire for that role. Robots are more expensive to create and integrate into businesses but once they are up and running, robots are typically cheaper than human workers. Artificial intelligence is being developed that can replace school tutors, fitness trainers and financial advisers."
Be alert. Look at the possible long term consequences of "de-funding" education, law enforcement, the military-recommendations already in process by the "left" protesters in a few countries.
Bringing in machines/robots as replacements is heralded as a more "objective" and cost effective solution. The "predictive programming" of media and films including the Star Wars series, IRobot, AI, Minority Report and many others, is inserting the image of "helpful" hard working machines into your conscious and subconscious. Machines can disinfect without risk, can report without "prejudice", are able to work non-stop and be reliable. Of course they can also be hacked, disoriented, re-wired and unplugged.
Simply because we have a technology doesn't mean we should use and/or expand it's use. The ethical and legal considerations lag far behind the mechanics and science.
Read the full article hyperlinked regarding the "No Manning Required Ships" (NOMARS) project underway through the Defense Advanced Research Project Agency (DARPA). Here is one excerpt from just one of DARPA's projects:
“NOMARS will challenge the traditional naval architecture paradigm, designing a seaframe from the ground up with no provision, allowance, or expectation for humans at sea,” according to a solicitation posted by DARPA in January as reported by DefenseNews, vessels would also have no living quarters, galleys, lavatories or other “creature comforts” since there are no living creature needs on board. “The program also will strive for greater hydrodynamic efficiency via hull optimization without requirements for crew safety or comfort,” DARPA noted according to Naval-Technology."
My ending thought is to remember to stand for what and who you believe. Kneeling, either physically or metaphorically is a submissive stance and a step down to surrender. Do not allow your precious human body to become an instrument of experimentation by medical, political, military or legal agencies. Embrace your humanity. Protect your individuality and strive to retain your liberty.
Ending this morning with a song for the sunrise on "How it feels to be Free" sung by the great Nina Simone. Machines/robots can never re-create the passion, talent, artistry and originality that only human beings may produce. Enjoy her spontaneous bursts on the piano and in melody from a time in the 1970s when we were all more free than today: www.youtube.com/watch?v=5dlrXCYrNYI
From a land where the sun hardly sets ever...in the summer. Stay strong!