Gary D. Barnett
“When one with honeyed words but evil mind
Persuades the mob, great woes befall the state.”
~ Euripides, Orestes—Orestes (408 BC), l. 907
It is always a worthless endeavor to speak of politics as anything other than a corrupt system meant to fool the people into believing that they have some sort of control over governmental policies, when just the opposite is the case. Government by design is structured as a top down system of class, with the common people always being at the bottom of the hierarchy. There are many ways for the powerful to advance the notion of popular inclusion simply by using deceitful tactics in order present a façade of ‘equality,’ while controlling the masses through fear, dependence, propaganda, and division. All of these are in play simultaneously in this current politically motivated virus fraud that is being used to advance the technocratic takeover of humanity. While this is apparent and undeniable, very few are able to grasp the reality of this situation, as their minds remain clouded in a haze of ignorance, obedience, and irrational madness.
Never in the history of this country have so many been controlled by so few, all with only a modicum of resistance.…
Wireless connections have always been more vulnerable to hackers than hard-wired connections. Wireless network vulnerability is also NOT a new thing.
Last month it was reported that one longstanding network flaw has continued to NOT be fixed. Also reported – due to security concerns, Congress allocated $1.9B to remove Huawei and ZTE gear from American networks.
Congress earmarks $1.9 billion to remove Huawei and ZTE gear from American networks
The US lawmakers have included in the coronavirus relief package up to $1.9 billion as reimbursement for American CSPs to remove Huawei and ZTE equipment from their networks.
European readers woke up this morning to the breaking news alerts on their smartphone screens that the US Congress has agreed to a $900 billion package of COVID-19 pandemic aid. More details of what are included in the package, especially details related to the telecoms industry, have just been disclosed.
Reuters learned from its sources that $1.9 billion has been set aside to finance American broadband operators to remove and replace equipment from Huawei and ZTE that is operating on the systems. Back in June the FCC formally designated Huawei and ZTE as national security threats. Such designations excluded the vendors from the shopping list of any operators wishing to access the Universal Service Fund (USF), worth $8.3 billion.…