I know, I’m typing a lot at the moment, but there’s a lot to share.
I just got sent this text message, by a friend of mine in the Jerusalem suburb of Ramat Eshkol:
So, we just went to the new park down from our house and they were still installing all the nice new lamps and cameras and speakers.
The ones installing said it’s a surveillance system to protect the people playing at the park, so if something bad is happening they will announce thru the loud speaker that the police are watching them.
Of course, they will need good wifi for all this run…
When did Jerusalem turn into China under martial law?
One of the commentators on THIS post said that 5G is more about ‘facial recognition’ tech, than anything else.
I’ve been pondering her comments for a few days, as the more I look at these weird camera / 5G pod things popping up on lamp-posts and buildings all over the city, the more it seems to me that they are also functioning as a type of scanner, as well as a mini-mast for 5G.
Here is what is coming down the line here:
(Not shmirat eynayim friendly, but very informative.)
(He also makes the link with Minority Report…)
The cage is getting smaller and smaller… Moshiach must be very close.
And then, when I started researching 5G in Israel, this weird headline popped up, from September 13, 2019 – a very short while before ‘Covid 19’ kicked off.
Here’s a snippet:
Microsoft Corp President and Chief Legal Officer Brad Smith said Friday that the company has turned down government requests for facial recognition software in cases where it fears misuse and will never sell the technology for surveillance.“We won’t sell facial recognition services for the purposes of mass surveillance anywhere in the world,” Smith said, during an interview with Reuters Editor-in-Chief Stephen J. Adler in New York.
I guess the Israeli government found someone else, who didn’t have the scruples of Microsoft (ahem…) to outfit all the facial recognition / 5G tech going up all over the Holy City, instead.
And what’s even more crazy is that none of us have heard a word about this, from official sources.
No public announcements, no news stories, nothing, nothing, nothing to tell us what is really going on here.
But just to keep things in perspective, and to understand that Eretz Israel is still comparatively better than most places, even now, my friend from Costa Rica just sent me this:
Hi Rivkah,Today [my husband] injected the first dose of the vaccine, (just for he’s job) we endured as long as we could but it is inevitable in our situation.He has body aches, headaches and dizziness and had to suspend his work as of today.I don’t want to get vaccinated but if I am forced to do it to buy food, at least I hope to postpone it until I finish breastfeeding my son.Today the government published that as of December 1, all places including basic stores will be open only to people vaccinated with a special code on their cell phone.The parents of several friends have died from the vaccine so it really is difficult.Several families with school-age children are concerned because they are also demanding it to enter schools and if they are not sent to classes, a process is initiated to remove custody from the parents for “negligence”.We have a corrupt and communist government, so I hope Hashem will help us soon.