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21 hours ago, webtrekker said:

Rishi Sunak pleads with Britons not to turn off emergency alerts on their mobile phones ahead of Sunday's test... but ex-Cabinet minister Jacob Rees-Mogg reveals he's already disabled the 'unnecessary and intrusive' function

 

 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11985831/Rishi-Sunak-pleads-Britons-not-turn-emergency-phone-alerts.html

 

 

 

 

I wonder why the PM is pleading with people not to turn off the alert? Do you think it could be a mass data harvesting attempt? Will anything ping back to the government?

They might have some sort of new network wide imsi catcher equipment to pull phone data.

I still think there could b ea  false flag operation "GO LIVE - from slow time thinking to quick time doing" at 3pm. Probably the 26 mile london jogging run due to the film about it from years gone by.

Some acquaintances of mine are competiing  in the jog. I told them to "be on their toes" but i was mocked mercilessly.

I'm not worried for their safety because everyone knows no one gets hurt in psy-ops these days they use crisis actors and make up agency's for the gore.

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12 hours ago, jack121 said:

 

Part of a world wide massive agenda. With Painloving Putin + deadly russia youcrane war + deadly planet ending global warming + death by covid + death from future pandemics, deathly cost of living crisis, the poor sheep must be absolutly shitting their stinking pants. No wonder they are superglued to the tv screen, crying like bitches and playing with their vaginas: " Please sunak save me, boo hoo, sob, i don't want to die, i'll do anything you say, anything "

I am so glad I don't watch Bee Bee Cee Three.

 

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The problem is that you can't trust your phones settings any more than you can trust the weapon; sorry I mean phone, itself.

 

For all of us who won't have a phone, 2g or otherwise switched on, think about your surrounding area and people in it still having theirs switched on. I'll be in the middle of nowhere, not going to be listening to the neighbours phone going off when I won't be listening to my own.

 

Walls like fucking paper!

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On 4/19/2023 at 9:33 AM, ewok said:

I wonder if it's anything to do with modifying behaviour on some level?

 

Yeah, it's yet another divisive issue which is possibly half the point in itself - divide and rule.

 

On 4/19/2023 at 9:33 AM, ewok said:

I have noticed, over the years, among my friends / acquaintances etc that I see regularly, as people get more 'connected' to - especially smart - tech. they change, not necessarily in personality, but more 'blinkered' somehow / disconnected. it's quite alarming and sad to witness, as there's nothing really tangible I can put my finger on to bring it up with anyone other than the closest of friends.

 

I've noticed the same. Browsing the internet in itself is known to lead to attention-deficit symptoms which are cumulative over time. Everyone is deteriorating together, and it's a slow change so nobody realises that the frog is being boiled.

 

I think the frequencies used (to transmit information wirelessly) are also really bad for our health in general. There are studies showing that our moods can be precisely influenced by the frequencies used. Who knows whether they are using these techniques, but Operation Crimson Mist springs to mind.

 

I've been travelling around a fair bit over the last 12 months, and definitely noticed a change in a location each time the 5g infrastructure is upgraded. A previously peaceful town centre becomes instantly more aggressive, with fights breaking out, open dealing of hard drugs, and previously 24hr shops closing their doors due to armed robberies. I'm still looking for somewhere to live away from all this shite.

 

The cognitive dissonance is high and most people refuse to even consider the above as a possibility.

 

The "Action Against 5g" case being led by barrister Michael Mansfield will hopefully raise awareness! But I guess the main thing we can do is protect ourselves while leading by example. For example limiting time online in favour of pen & paper. Downgrading connection to 2/3g (and choosing download options that don't require masses of data - eg 1080 video where 480 will do). Using wired connections instead of WiFi etc, and taking walks in the forest to recuperate from the EMF.

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On 4/19/2023 at 12:25 PM, webtrekker said:

 

What version of the Android OS are you running? (Find this in Settings > About phone > Software information).

 

 

 

 

Did you figure it out. I tried turning off the emergency alerts and the phone turned everything off, all messages all calls.

Thanks!

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2 hours ago, jack121 said:

 

Did you figure it out. I tried turning off the emergency alerts and the phone turned everything off, all messages all calls.

Thanks!

 

I don't have Android 7 but found this...
 
 
 
 

Modern mobile phones offered by mobile providers starting around 2012 became WEA-capable. WEA means Wireless Emergency Alerts.

 

WEAs are free messages. They are also targeted to certain specific geographic locations - such as weather emergencies and Amber alerts - and are designed to make the relevant mobile users aware of the emergency situation. These alerts cannot be blocked with the same methods as you might block another caller or SMS text originator because these WEAs come in via a different mechanism.

 

However, sometimes the user does not want to be alarmed on certain situations. Such as when you are asleep. So there are ways to manage WEAs.

On some Samsung models with Android 7.x or higher, there is a messenger app on Android (this may be labeled as Messages and just to be clear, this has nothing to do with FB messenger). On some other Samsung models, the Emergency Alerts appear as a separate icon (Orange Triangle icon) in the Apps.

Either get in the Emergency Apps (if there is one) or look in the MENU (ellipsis) at the upper right of the Messages app.

 

Select MENU on upper right corner. The menu might appear as an ellipsis (3 dots) in vertical fashion. Click this ellipsis menu and then Settings, then select Advanced. Then select Wireless Alerts. Then click on MENU on upper right corner. Then choose Settings. You will then see options to check or uncheck options such as:

  • Show extreme threats
  • Show severe threats
  • Show Amber alerts
  • Vibrate

For older versions of Android,

Open Settings icon on the Home screen.

  1. Tap More
  2. Select Wireless & Networks
  3. Choose Cell Broadcast settings.

Then you will see the options of alerts to enable or disable.

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15 hours ago, Chris P said:

 

Yeah, it's yet another divisive issue which is possibly half the point in itself - divide and rule.

Totally agree - divide and rule, repeat, divide and rule, repeat...it's so predictable it'd be boring if it wasn't so scary that so many still fall for it.

 

I've noticed the same. Browsing the internet in itself is known to lead to attention-deficit symptoms which are cumulative over time. Everyone is deteriorating together, and it's a slow change so nobody realises that the frog is being boiled.
Yep. Especially much - if not all - social media, a lot of which is designed to be short and snappy, very add / adhd etc, mimicking

 

I think the frequencies used (to transmit information wirelessly) are also really bad for our health in general. There are studies showing that our moods can be precisely influenced by the frequencies used. Who knows whether they are using these techniques, but Operation Crimson Mist springs to mind.
hmmmm, not heard of that one (OCM), will research - thanks! and agree they're bad - have known that from my own experience since I ever owned one. they'd heat up my face, trigger migraines,cause aches / soreness wherever I had them close to my body - and that was way before they had internet capabilities. a lot of why my data is off is because I can't talk and have data / wifi on without if affecting me, and I limit my time on it, even speaking. I
 

 

I've been travelling around a fair bit over the last 12 months, and definitely noticed a change in a location each time the 5g infrastructure is upgraded. A previously peaceful town centre becomes instantly more aggressive, with fights breaking out, open dealing of hard drugs, and previously 24hr shops closing their doors due to armed robberies. I'm still looking for somewhere to live away from all this shite.
that's interesting. aggression is on the rise around me in London - hadn't considered that link (but know I need too research 5g a little more)

 

The cognitive dissonance is high and most people refuse to even consider the above as a possibility. Cog. Diss. is so high, especially as people are so locked into fear - and traumatised after the last few years - which just makes the cog. diss. stronger and harder to break through.

 

The "Action Against 5g" case being led by barrister Michael Mansfield will hopefully raise awareness! But I guess the main thing we can do is protect ourselves while leading by example. For example limiting time online in favour of pen & paper. Downgrading connection to 2/3g (and choosing download options that don't require masses of data - eg 1080 video where 480 will do). Using wired connections instead of WiFi etc, and taking walks in the forest to recuperate from the EMF.
aha! starting point for 5g research me thinks - MM is a dude. thank you again!

 

Oh, and if you didn't know about it, another fab protection 'layer' is the 'Electro' combination essence, of Australian Bush Flower remedies (like Bach ones from UK ). Any decent health food shop in the UK will stock them.

Great if you don't have a forest - or even a wood - handy :)

https://www.ausflowers.co.uk/products/electro-essence

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adding 'Electro Essence' for EMF
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15 hours ago, Chris P said:

 

Yeah, it's yet another divisive issue which is possibly half the point in itself - divide and rule.

 

 

I've noticed the same. Browsing the internet in itself is known to lead to attention-deficit symptoms which are cumulative over time. Everyone is deteriorating together, and it's a slow change so nobody realises that the frog is being boiled.

 

I think the frequencies used (to transmit information wirelessly) are also really bad for our health in general. There are studies showing that our moods can be precisely influenced by the frequencies used. Who knows whether they are using these techniques, but Operation Crimson Mist springs to mind.

 

I've been travelling around a fair bit over the last 12 months, and definitely noticed a change in a location each time the 5g infrastructure is upgraded. A previously peaceful town centre becomes instantly more aggressive, with fights breaking out, open dealing of hard drugs, and previously 24hr shops closing their doors due to armed robberies. I'm still looking for somewhere to live away from all this shite.

 

The cognitive dissonance is high and most people refuse to even consider the above as a possibility.

 

The "Action Against 5g" case being led by barrister Michael Mansfield will hopefully raise awareness! But I guess the main thing we can do is protect ourselves while leading by example. For example limiting time online in favour of pen & paper. Downgrading connection to 2/3g (and choosing download options that don't require masses of data - eg 1080 video where 480 will do). Using wired connections instead of WiFi etc, and taking walks in the forest to recuperate from the EMF.

 

14 minutes ago, ewok said:

Oh, and if you didn't know about it, another fab protection 'layer' is the 'Electro' combination essence, of Australian Bush Flower remedies (like Bach ones from UK ). Any decent health food shop in the UK will stock them.

Great if you don't have a forest - or even a wood - handy :)

https://www.ausflowers.co.uk/products/electro-essence

Don’t forget grounding, shoes and socks off let the accumulated radiation flow down into the earth via grass or bare soil. Or use a copper wire round your wrist attached to a radiator when sitting indoors. 
 

What your both saying is very true, since buying this fucking smartphone I’ve become a bit dumber, more detached, numb and uninterested. I used to be more optimistic and happier, with a touch more zest for life. 
Last week when I ran out of data I was forced to put the thing down for two days. It was nice. I felt my faculties returning. 

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5 minutes ago, LastOneLeftInTheCounty said:

 

Don’t forget grounding, shoes and socks off let the accumulated radiation flow down into the earth via grass or bare soil. Or use a copper wire round your wrist attached to a radiator when sitting indoors. 
 

What your both saying is very true, since buying this fucking smartphone I’ve become a bit dumber, more detached, numb and uninterested. I used to be more optimistic and happier, with a touch more zest for life. 
Last week when I ran out of data I was forced to put the thing down for two days. It was nice. I felt my faculties returning. 

ah, thanks for reminding me about copper! didn't know about attaching to a radiator though.

And yes, I have data switched off most of the time. goad my natural sensitivity has stopped me getting too 'attached', so many are addicted to their phones, it's alarming (ba-dum tish).

We're being dumbed down for sure - in many ways.

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4 hours ago, ewok said:

ah, thanks for reminding me about copper! didn't know about attaching to a radiator though.

And yes, I have data switched off most of the time. goad my natural sensitivity has stopped me getting too 'attached', so many are addicted to their phones, it's alarming (ba-dum tish).

We're being dumbed down for sure - in many ways.

Radiators are grounded, unless you want to hammer a galvanised steel rod into your living room floor! 
 

Yes same here, I have airplane mode switched on most of the time. This bloody thing is giving me a headache. 

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On 4/19/2023 at 10:21 PM, Anti Facts Sir said:

If they'd really wanted to scare the fuck out of everyone, and cause a few nice sudden deaths, they could have just hit send without telling us.

 

Or is this whole build-up to it part of the psyop. See how much kickback there is, see who just blindly goes along, what comments it creates etc.

Good thinking Batman, it worked out well for them with the mask wearing, I still see dorks wondering about with masks on, my neighbour, in his eighties, still wears a black face mask and black gloves, I call him the' Ninfield Ninja' 🥷after our area of Brighton! I think 'Maskitis' never went away for a lot of sheep, all the pricks who got 'pricked' are dropping like flies, and still have complete trust in those manipulative bastards! If they were to be told 'We're going to drop a few harmless bombs on your town / city just as an emergency exercise', the wankers would go along with it without question!   Yesterday I read somewhere that there are fears that Putin is going to invade the U.K.🤫 I was so scared I haven't slept all night🤭 Well, we're having a mini break for a couple of days next week, it's non refundable so I hope it doesn't happen before we go, my wife and the dog will be so disappointed if it gets cancelled now!🥴🐕‍🦺

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On 4/17/2023 at 6:20 PM, Campion said:

 

Yes but not just any numbers, 23rd April is St George's day and a Sunday, so I'll be too busy celebrating England in my own way and the message will have to wait. 

 

I've changed my mind. The St George alert is a (unintended?) reminder that the English ARE in a real emergency. We little Englanders are occupied by the clique and in process of being erased from history, in the name of international economics. So is the rest of western civilisation, but at least we've got this little symbolic nudge to wake up. 

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My current standpoint ...

 

None of these governments want to get involved in a debate about vaccination deaths and immunity from liability. This would bring about their downfall and the prosecution/lynching of all involved from Gates to Schwab to Big Pharma. They need to shut down people like Andrew Bridgen. They also need to push through the WHO's Pandemic Treaty.

 

So, bearing this in mind, they need to sway the populace away from such dangerous ideas, and what better way to achieve this than to arrange another Plandemic, worse than the last, or a critical terrorist event, or even a nuclear war? Enter ...

 

Alarmageddon!

 

A surefire way to achieve maximum distraction through maximum fear.

 

 

 

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9 minutes ago, webtrekker said:

My current standpoint ...

 

None of these governments want to get involved in a debate about vaccination deaths and immunity from liability. This would bring about their downfall and the prosecution/lynching of all involved from Gates to Schwab to Big Pharma. They need to shut down people like Andrew Bridgen. They also need to push through the WHO's Pandemic Treaty.

 

So, bearing this in mind, they need to sway the populace away from such dangerous ideas, and what better way to achieve this than to arrange another Plandemic, worse than the last, or a critical terrorist event, or even a nuclear war? Enter ...

 

Alarmageddon!

 

A surefire way to achieve maximum distraction through maximum fear.

 

 

 

Its difficult to try and guess what the parasites will do,they are up to something im sure. If they want a NWO the goverment will have to fall else its failed already. It seems they are pushing the war thing at the moment so we will see.

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