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TIDBIT: THINGS THAT MAKE YOU GO “HMMM…”

Just as I was blogging today's main blog about asteroid defense systems, I received an email from T.L. expressing dismay at Sprint's acquisition by ...uhm... T Mobile, whose parent company turns out to be Deutsche Telekom, which, according to the following link, is owned by the Federal Republic and the Bank for Reconstruction... visual telephony, asteroid defense, asteroid mining, internet of things... hmmmm...

https://www.telekom.com/en/company/company-profile

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_videotelephony#Closed-circuit_videophone_systems:_1936%E2%80%931940

 

15 thoughts on “TIDBIT: THINGS THAT MAKE YOU GO “HMMM…””

    1. Hm. All these emergency chemicals spread everywhere to save us from such monsters everywhere. Wonder what the symptoms of detoxing from the pesticides will be? Probably the same symptom list as zinc deficiency, cyanide poisoning, altitude sickness and cv1984?

        1. Right. Now I remember. It was a couple years ago and they had over 4000 volunteers along with a few companies and their employees. Couple companies in the US as well if memory serves. Wonder what those numbers are up to now. At least enough for WEF to let those folk live without a cv1984 attack eh?

    1. When I’ve told people they’re gonna make it so you can’t get into shops, restaurants, airports, etc., without a “Covid passport” on your phone, I get the usual, “No they won’t,” followed by, “Anyway, not everybody has a cellphone.” So I’ve been wondering what they’re gonna tell people who don’t have cellphones. Could it be “Oh, no phone, no problem–you can take this chip instead”? Heaven forbid!!!

  1. A convergence of projects in space, finance, telecommunications, banking, healthcare, armaments, black budgeting, geopolitical realignments–see what a pandemic can do if you engineer one to capture peoples’ attention. For this audience though, the legerdemain we’re watching is a dime-store Houdini. (SPMOTU bows and yields the stage to Falsie.)

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