David Icke agenda 21 part 6 smart meter agenda

Published on Jan 17, 2015

General David Petraeus, former head of the allied forces in Afghanistan is quoted about what is called “The Internet of Things” which includes the Smart meter grid.

David Icke explains the “Woodpecker” (google it!), an RF signal  that the Russian Government transmitted from Russia directly to the USA, which coupled onto our electric grid.  The capability of this was to effect our brain waves.  The Smart Grid is designed to this and is doing this right now to you and your family.  Same frequency the brain works on picked up on power lines and re-radiated into our homes.  If we don’t say no to smart meters; there will be no escaping this.  Only the criminally insane would do such a  demonic act upon the planet….this is not a concept. I am not taking an interest in this because I am bored and have nothing better to do.  I experience, daily this wrath.  I would rather being doing anything but this right now. Please understand this……Sandaura

THIS IS DIRECTLY FROM THE MOUTH OF GENERAL PATRAEUS REFERING TO THE SMART GRID AND POSTED ON THE CIA SITE!!!!

As you all know, exploiting the intelligence opportunities—which is an easier subject to discuss in an unclassified setting than the counterintelligence challenges—will require a new class of in-place and remote sensors that operate across the electromagnetic spectrum. Moreover, these sensors will be increasingly interconnected.

The current “Internet of PCs” will move, of course, toward an “Internet of Things”—of devices of all types—50 to 100 billion of which will be connected to the Internet by 2020. As you know, whereas machines in the 19th century learned to do, and those in the 20th century learned to think at a rudimentary level, in the 21st century, they are learning to perceive—to actually sense and respond. Key applications developed by our In-Q-Tel investment companies are focused on technologies that are driving the Internet of Things. These include:

  • Item identification, or devices engaged in tagging;
  • Sensors and wireless sensor networks—devices that indeed sense and respond;
  • Embedded systems—those that think and evaluate;
  • And, finally, nanotechnology, allowing these devices to be small enough to function virtually anywhere.

THE LINK TO HIS COMPLETE SPEECH: https://www.cia.gov/news-information/speeches-testimony/2012-speeches-testimony/in-q-tel-summit-remarks.html

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