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Pokemon-Go just got opened up in Singapore. I see everywhere [...]

via FCP - Singapore
Pokemon-Go just got opened up in Singapore. I see everywhere squad-sized groups of people walking around like they are doing an Easter Egg hunt, using a handphone. Looks like we will have to wait a while before this latest fad burns itself out, leaving a trail of drooling idiots and a few dead bodies from those who followed some virtual monster onto a busy road without looking left or right.

Good thing I got one of those basic phones (those really old-fangled types without the touchscreen capability) with 3G technology so I don't get sucked into this garbage while staying updated with the coming shutdown in 2G networks in April 2017 in Singapore.

Plus I don't need to go hunting for a charging point for a whole week.

The smartphone is a weapons system. Except compared to an automatic rifle or anti-tank weapon, this destroys the owner, specifically the brain cells in a slow kill operation, and the one who created this is the dark occult running the establishment control system.

Another destructive aspect other than being microwaved is the constant staring down at the phone turns the user into a hunchback. This is a side-effect coming from the most addictive aspect of the smartphone that started when it allowed easy access to the internet.

It was no longer enough that one has to finish up a conversation over the phone through texting. Now one had the ability to browse endlessly through the internet, mostly pointless gossip and videos of people making a fool of themselves as a form of entertainment, posted to social networks, instead of real knowledge filled articles and podcasts. This is key to why over 90% of people are constantly staring down at their phones.

As David Icke has warned, this is the first step to condition people into a technocratic system where we will be deceived into believing that this technology will liberate us, when indeed we will be destroying our individuality and whatever's left of our humanity as we get plugged into a 'cloud of demonic locusts' that will suck out the last of our humanity.
i hear you SOF.. the younger generations born into this technocratic era need to been heeded to this the most.. and pokémon has gotta go- it's 2016 & i'm very surprised this guy's still relevant and possibly more popular than ever..
Monday 8 August 2016, 15:15:00
Monday 8 August 2016, 15:47:29
Cities full of zombies? Hang on! Surely nothing has changed then?
Monday 8 August 2016, 16:35:11
[deleted user]
>Gaynor - Great article.
"So yes, the Pokémon game currently taking the internet by storm (and scooping up all their data, including activities, movements and communications) was created by a CIA-linked businessman who gestated his company at Google."

Here's another from the same website about In-Q-Tel, the CIA venture capital arm…
Monday 8 August 2016, 22:51:05
Analytics! CiA's search engine. What more could anyone say. Anyone here still use it? Of course we do.
Monday 8 August 2016, 22:59:43
[deleted user]
A Cloud of Demonic Locusts - Alex Jones interview with David Icke:…
Tuesday 9 August 2016, 00:38:54
[deleted user]
>AwakenYaMind - Problem is its not just the 'younger' generations, its those of my generation born in the early 1980's who have been sucked into this faggotry as well.
Tuesday 9 August 2016, 01:07:44
born in 83 brother, so we know life before and without all these gadgets and technology.. i'm saying that kids today are born into a miasma of media that we never experienced growing up and they think this is normal while their growing minds morph into these digi addictions.. the problem ranges to anybody getting sucked into these things for sure- the older folks could take more responsibility since we know better.. don't we? haha
Tuesday 9 August 2016, 09:04:34
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Was born in '83 as well. Like you I knew a world before the internet, while today kids are being introduced to a virtual wild west before they are old enough. To use the saying from The Good, The Bad and the Ugly, there are 2 kinds of people in the digital world. Those who can call themselves awake and use the internet as a source of uncensored information, and those who morph into the digi-addictive realm.

Yesterday was a public holiday and entire families and groups of people were chasing after Pokemon-Go, whether its walking the street or having dinner in a restaurant. A digital global Black Death of the mind has been unleashed. Near-term mass awakening not possible.

'In an empire of smartphone zombies, using an old-school cellphone is a revolutionary act.' - SOF

Sure we can take more responsibility, but will these zombies listen to us, or accuse us of taking their fun away?'

Dr Simon Atkins as an atmospheric scientist went to a weather website to research. Comes across article on how the kind of Pokemon Go will be determined by the weather. His head short-circuits. After recovering, he submits this report:…
Wednesday 10 August 2016, 01:00:23
[deleted user]
Mike Adams of Natural News:…

Read and weep, folks.
Wednesday 10 August 2016, 01:15:05
no need to weep my fellow 83er.. what's with the guy talking in the dark for an hour about this subject?- i can't give that much time to this topic.. i noticed already dozens of vids on youtube talking about this in the same ways.. the article seems a bit pessimistic for natural news altho i see their point.. we can't force anyone to listen to us- many will feel like we'll be taking their fun away indeed.. the younger generations in this instant oatmeal society will have trouble dealing with issues they can't solve with an easy button..
Thursday 11 August 2016, 05:51:52
[deleted user]
Don't worry about it, just a line I borrowed from Jim Stone.
Thursday 11 August 2016, 05:54:11
right on, i like your own quote too
Thursday 11 August 2016, 05:56:47
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