“Nothing clears up a case so much as stating it to another person.”
Sherlock Holmes, from “The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes”, 1893
When the school of fish, the flock of birds turns, they do so apparently as one.
It’s September, 2018, and the populace has realized that technology has been weaponized against it.
I’ve appended numerous current stories below to support that assertion, one of which is headlined “Teens worry they use phones too much.”
It was “today’s must read” on the careers website LinkedIn, as it was there the day before that, also. So it’s very much “What To Think”.
And it’s by a gal named Jingjing Jiang, so it’s not only What To Think, but is also coming from the “Good Cop” Communist Red Chinese, who run the world, now. Our fantastically-grotesque, orange-skinned, face-making President is the scripted-clown Bad Cop in that particular “Confidence game”.
I say they run it now, but I think it may be that the Chinese have been at the top of the control pyramid all the way back, as we know that the Great White Brotherhood are also known as “the Dark Masters of the Gobi”, which is a gigantic desert in, wait for it, China.
The great news about the LinkedIn story is that it’s a press release trying to hedge in support of a different rapidly-collapsing, global scam, “weaponized technology.”
You can review their hedging and spin in detail, below, if you like.
But the bell-ringer quote from amongst the articles I’ve collected is from a different story, from just a few weeks ago, headlined “Phone and internet use: Number of mobile calls drops for first time.”
In it we read that “the total volume of calls made on mobiles fell by 1.7% in 2017, even though making them is the cheapest it has ever been.”
When you view that statistic within the rest of the stories, I think it’s clear to see that we’ve passed the sick Apogee of the “Smart” phone, purported to be the greatest invention in human history, and which we’ve been firmly assured will be with us forever.
I’d be kinder to the devices if they didn’t make people want to kill themselves, or make you drive worse than if you were legally drunk.
The game has turned on them. This quote is from just two weeks ago: “Melania Trump warns of ‘destructive and harmful’ social media use.”
Across the globe, with gritted teeth and sweaty brows, they’re reading different teleprompter cards, now…because they can hear the sound of the lynch mob forming, in every nation.
They’re parasites, who can only succeed via subterfuge, and misdirection. And they’re very, very nervous, because they know the populace has awakened to the fact that technology has been weaponized against it.
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June 19, 2018 – A big comeback for the extinct flip phone is about to unfold – CNBC.com
July 19, 2018 – How to Go Back to a Flip Phone – The New York Times
“The physical absence was the first thing I noticed,” says Katie Reid, 29, who gave up her iPhone in February for a flip phone. “It felt like something was missing from my body.” This phantom-limb-like sensation will last about a month; a flip phone will never have that same hold on you. To make the transition tolerable, wean yourself slowly. For Reid, who is the director of digital media at a boys’ school in Baltimore, the process took years. First, do a smartphone self-diagnosis. “If there’s something in your gut telling you this isn’t good for you, explore that,” says Reid, who found that the constant access to social-media sites, Twitter especially, made her anxious and sad.
July 25, 2018 – Facebook’s stock plunge the result of social media peaking, says analyst
August 2, 2018 – Phone and internet use: Number of mobile calls drops for first time
Two in five adults look at their phone within five minutes of waking, while a third check their phones just before falling asleep, according to the report.
A high percentage (71%) say they never turn off their phones and 78% say they could not live without it.
While three-quarters of the British public still regard voice calling as an important function of their phones, more (92%) say web browsing is crucial.
The report finds that the total volume of calls made on mobiles fell by 1.7% in 2017, even though making them is the cheapest it has ever been.
August 19, 2018 – Melania Trump warns of ‘destructive and harmful’ social media use
August 19, 2018 – CHEAP BEEP Best feature phones 2018 – these ‘dumb’ handsets will help you ditch social media
It’s time to finally upgrade your social life…by downgrading your gadget life
LOOKING to shut off from the gadget world? Swapping your smartphone for a “dumb” phone may be the answer.
As sales for “dumb” feature phones skyrocket (and smartphones dwindle), now’s the perfect time to bag yourself a retro-style blower.
August 23, 2018 – Teens worry they use phones too much
Roughly half of U.S. teens say they spend too much time on their cellphone. Two-thirds of U.S. parents worry about their teen spending too much time in front of screens, and a little over half say they set screen time restrictions for their teen – that’s about the same share of teens who say they have cut back on their cellphone use. Read the full report about how U.S. teens and parents navigate screen time and device distractions here: https://lnkd.in/eH4a42a. hashtag#teens hashtag#screentime hashtag#cellphone hashtag#technology
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