Is een zombie-apocalyps de volgende stap in de plandemie?

06-06-21 01:00:00,

De vraag is niet of, maar wanneer en hoe het volgende draconische hoofdstuk van de plandemie zich zal aandienen. In dit speculatieve artikel betoogt de auteur dat wat op het eerste gezicht een absurd scenario lijkt te zijn, dat recht van Netflix of Playstation werd geplukt, toch wel degelijk het onderzoeken waard is in het licht van recente en te verwachten ontwikkelingen.
zombies uit film living deadHet aantal ‘besmettingen’ is volop dalende. In Nederland en ook internationaal worden gezamenlijk de teugels gevierd. Dit is naar alle waarschijnlijkheid slechts een voorspel op de volgende afstraffing: meer gevallen en overlopende ziekenhuizen.

Of een nog onbekend virusscenario waarbij wel steeds de conclusie zal zijn: ‘we zijn te laks geweest’, of ‘nu is het echt serieus’ (nieuwe variant). Het drogverhaal ‘lockdowns verminderen het aantal zieken’ vereist een volgende grote crisis. Een nieuw en spectaculair angstverhaal of onverwachte plottwist zou goed van pas komen in plaats van nog een keer een herhaling van hetzelfde patroon. Immers: vooral het onbekende jaagt angst aan.

Voor ons is dus van belang dat we van tevoren alle mogelijkheden onderzoeken. Dat we, zonder schroom of vrees voor lacherige reacties, een denkoefening durven doen in plaats van in het steeds heter wordend badwater van het officiële verhaal te blijven zitten.

Corona als stralingsziekte

In het epidemiologisch onderzoek van de virusuitbraken wordt de factor ‘plaats’ domweg weggelaten, terwijl die toch uitermate relevant is. Als mensen aan de ene kant van een dorp ziek worden, maar niet aan de andere – en dat beeld zien we met regelmaat – dan is dat een situatie die toch aan het denken zou moeten zetten. Wat bevindt zich aan de ‘zieke’ kant dat ontbreekt aan de ‘niet-zieke’ kant?

En dergelijke situatie ondersteunt de hypothese dat corona een stralingsziekte is die moedwillig wordt veroorzaakt met behulp van het alomtegenwoordige antennepark en misschien ook 5G-satellieten.

Zoals dr. Cowan in het verketterde boek ‘The Contagion Myth’ opmerkt (geparafraseerd): “Als je in een beek dode vissen ziet drijven denk je niet ‘oei, een virusuitbraak’, maar wel: ‘wie heeft hier vergif in de beek geloosd?”

Het is dus mogelijk dat de zendmasten en andere stralingsbronnen weer zullen worden gebruikt om mensen ziek te maken. Maar er zijn zeker ook andere scenario’s denkbaar.

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DARPA Wants Jetpack Soldiers On Modern Battlefield – Activist Post

28-03-21 12:56:00,

By Tyler Durden

Jet suits are commonly associated with science fiction movies or shows, but high-tech miniature turbine engines have quickly advanced this new type of mobility to become a reality.

Now the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) is searching for an Iron Man-style jet suit as per its new solicitation on website Sam.Gov (System for Award Management). DARPA is calling on private industry to deliver jet suits or “Portable Personal Air Mobility System.” 

DARPA requests, “these platforms could serve a variety of military missions, enabling cost-effective mission utility and agility in areas such as personnel logistics [and] urban augmented combat.” Some requirements include a range of at least 3.1 miles, can take off anywhere, and assembly in under ten minutes. “Systems may be air deployed to allow for [infiltration] to hostile territory, or ground deployed to allow for greater off-road mobility,” DARPA wrote.

Jet suits have already been well-established technology in the last five years.

British jet suit company, Gravity Industries, unveiled its “flying” medic jet suit in October. The company showed how first responders could use the flying suit, powered by multiple kerosene-fuelled micro gas turbines, to respond to emergency incidents in rugged terrain quickly. Here’s a clip of a mock rescue:

WATCH: U.K.-based company, Gravity Industries, has been working with paramedics in the rural Lake District to test their jet suit's capabilities in emergency situations.

— NBC News World (@NBCNewsWorld) September 29, 2020

The Royal Navy has also been testing a real-life version of Marvel’s Tony Stark jet suit. The service may use the jet suits “to rapidly swarm and board ships,” according to the U.S. Naval Institute.

#FunFactFriday – The Royal Navy has been testing Jet Suit assault teams to determine if the Iron Man-like suits could be used to rapidly swarm and board ships. U.S. Special Operations Command is also evaluating a jetpack that can reach speeds of more than 200 mph.

— U.S. Naval Institute (@NavalInstitute) October 16, 2020

California-based JetPack Aviation is working on a version of the jet suit that could carry soldiers 200 miles an hour,

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DARPA Seeks “Militarized Microbes” So They Can Spread Genetically Modified Bacteria

14-11-19 10:53:00,

By Mac Slavo

The Pentagon’s DARPA (Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency) wants to be able to spread genetically modified bacteria as “explosives sensors.” The United States government could very well be looking into ways to militarize microbes.

The Pentagon has teamed up with Raytheon for this project, which seems like it should come straight out of a dystopian science fiction story. The government wants to develop a system capable of delivering genetically modified bacteria underground, according to a report by RT.

Initiated by DARPA, the same agency that led programs to create telekinetic super soldiers and weaponized robotic insects, the project seeks to program two bacterial strains to monitor ground surfaces for explosive materials, defense contractor Raytheon said in a joint press release with the Worcester Polytechnic Institute.

So the genetically modified bacteria are for your own good!

The first of the two strains, known as a “bio-sensor,” will “detect the presence or absence of explosives buried underground,” while the second will produce a “glowing light” in the event such materials are found. Remotely operated cameras or drones would then be sent to survey the area to find the glowing germs, and ultimately the buried explosives. –RT

“We already know that some bacteria can be programmed to be very good at detecting explosives, but it’s harder underground,” said Raytheon researcher Allison Taggart. “We’re investigating how to transport the reporting bacteria to the required depth underground.”

Though the Pentagon claims it plans to use the system for defensive purposes only, some may find the idea of militarized microbes off-putting while conjuring apocalyptic scenarios of a runaway genetically engineered superbug.

DARPA has undertaken some projects that should raise the alarm in many.  However, it almost seems as though we’ve reached a point where the masses don’t care what’s being done to them, in their name, and with the money stolen from them. And these are just a few of the things we know DARPA is working on.

“No matter how paranoid or conspiracy-minded you are,

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DARPA Can Exterminate Humanity: “You Could Feasibly Wipe-Out The Human Race”

02-06-19 09:12:00,

Authored by Mac Slavo via,

One of the most dangerous experiments that mankind has ever embarked upon is DARPA’s desire for gene drive technology. Scientists now have the knowledge and the tools they need to create and deliver “Doomsday genes” which can selectively target and exterminate an entire species.

According to Sputnik News, and as previously reported by SHTFPlan,  the United States highly-secretive and advanced military research body DARPA (Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency) announced that it will invest tens of millions of dollars into genetic extinction research. While the official aim of this research is said to be fighting harmful insects, like mosquitos which carry Malaria, there are significantly darker implications and speculations surrounding the possible use of such a tool.

Joe Joseph of The Daily Sheeple said a quick Google search would give you enough information to let you know how horrific this kind of technology can be.

“…and you’ll find it fascinating just at how unbelievable a weapon this could be, how unintentionally mistakes can be made that can cause irreversible damage… irreparable damage… to the human race. And I mean, FAST!” Joseph said.

“A gene drive… if let’s just say there’s a mistake, you could feasibly wipe out the human race in a very very short period of time. It’s an unbelievable tool at the disposal of madmen.”

Emails released under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), suggest that the U.S.’s uber-secretive military body, DARPA, has become the world’s largest funder of this “gene drive” research.

Silvia Ribeiro, Latin America director of the ETC Group, an international organization dedicated to the conservation and sustainable advancement of cultural and ecological diversity and human rights, said:  “When it is developed under an umbrella of military research, you get a clear notion that there can be a dual purpose of this research.”

Jim Thomas, a co-director of the ETC group which obtained the emails, said the US military’s influence in furthering this technology would strengthen the case for a moratorium.

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DARPA Wants to Create Mind-Controlled Weapons of War

23-05-19 02:34:00,

By Dagny Taggart

Last year, the U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) announced that it was seeking noninvasive ways “to achieve high levels of brain-system communications without surgery.” The techniques would “allow precise, high-quality connections to specific neurons or groups of neurons.”

The agency wants to create mind-controlled weapons of war, as it (vaguely) explained in two recent press releases.

To achieve this goal, DARPA recently formed a program called Next-Generation Nonsurgical Neurotechnology (N3).

DARPA wants soldiers to be able to control machines with their minds.

According to a press release published on May 20, 2019, the agency has awarded funding to six companies to support N3:

Battelle Memorial Institute, Carnegie Mellon University, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, Palo Alto Research Center (PARC), Rice University, and Teledyne Scientific are leading multidisciplinary teams to develop high-resolution, bidirectional brain-machine interfaces for use by able-bodied service members. These wearable interfaces could ultimately enable diverse national security applications such as control of active cyber defense systems and swarms of unmanned aerial vehicles, or teaming with computer systems to multitask during complex missions. (source)

When the four-year program was announced last year, in a press release DARPA began by mentioning all of the positive things that brain-machine interfaces are being used for:

Over the past two decades, the international biomedical research community has demonstrated increasingly sophisticated ways to allow a person’s brain to communicate with a device, allowing breakthroughs aimed at improving quality of life, such as access to computers and the internet, and more recently control of a prosthetic limb. DARPA has been at the forefront of this research.

The state of the art in brain-system communications has employed invasive techniques that allow precise, high-quality connections to specific neurons or groups of neurons. These techniques have helped patients with brain injury and other illnesses. (source)

Sounds noble enough…until you get to the next line.

However, these techniques are not appropriate for able-bodied people. DARPA now seeks to achieve high levels of brain-system communications without surgery, in its new program,

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