The Scary Future is Upon Us

Future of driverless cars: Government able to lock you in your own car to deliver you to the nearest reeducation camp

(NaturalNews) Recently, the Seattle police enlisted the help of car manufacturer BMW to both track and remotely lock a criminal inside of the vehicle he had stolen. This has sparked some spirited debates regarding the remote-lock aspects of vehicles and the ways they can be used.

BMW confirmed that they have the power to remotely lock and unlock their vehicles if they wish to do so. A police report obtained from the incident shows that the responding Seattle officer noted that BMW assistance was called upon to locate the vehicle and remotely lock its doors. The suspect found sleeping inside the BMW and briefly tried to get away when awoken by police. The suspect failed to flee because he couldn’t get the vehicle in gear quickly enough, he was arrested without incident.


Coming soon, iris scanning cars that talk to traffic signals

New technology allows vehicles to talk to traffic lights

Motorists are being tracked in real-time

TWACS low frequency power line communication signals problematic to public health
The TWACS smart meters communicate with the utility by adding low frequency signals to the electrical lines.  Some utilities promote power line carrier (PLC) as a positive alternative to wireless smart meters.  The reality is that all PLC technologies are problematic, including the “pulsing” TWACS systems.
The basic facts are that the TWACS system

•    creates powerful dirty electricity

     •    the dirty electricity is a constant presence, possibly 24/7

     •    the dirty electricity turns all wires throughout the house into antennas

     •    keeping an analog meter will not help enough

     •    the signals cannot be blocked or filtered

     •    scientific studies link dirty electricity with various health effects

•       some people are hypersensitive to dirty electricity
This article covers all these issues in detail.

TWACS low frequency power line communication signals problematic to public health