Here's a thread on a topic TPTB DON'T want folks paying attention to - #IoB wearables with #Graphene tied to impact markets and data harvest towards the #Singularity, linking Sweden, Spain, and Stanford University. I did a podcast on it a few months back.
A goal of the mad scientists working on #IoBNT (see Ian Akyildiz at Georgia Tech, a University Affiliate Research Center for the DoD) that humans merge with a ubiquitous computing environment - bio-data and thoughts transmit in a suffused way using nano. futurecomresearch.eu/previous/2017/…
Right now they don't have the technology for all of those "dots" of sensor data to float out in an uncontrolled manner. They need to aggregate the data and send it out to interact with 5/6G+ "smart" environments in the spatial web. Hence the need for #graphene #wearables.
So of course we have these new geo-fencing wearables that are built off the old fit-bits, to keep people "safe" and "distant" and trackable in various work and collective environments. That has to be normalized. For children, too - in schools, etc. spectrum.ieee.org/the-human-os/b…
He we have wearables pitched in Philadelphia as a "social enterprise." As we move forward, wellness and safety will be used to set up the global digital prison under the guise of preventative health. This is linked to UN SDG3 and impact investing. technical.ly/philly/2021/02…
Impact investors uses big data and predictive analytics to construct false realities that allow them to manipulate populations for $ and control. Enforced health behaviors are tracked with #IoBNT. Chronic illness management is a major profit center. #PreCrime #HealthPanopticon
Academic institutions create cost-offsets for illnesses: asthma, heart disease, lead poisoning, depression, and DIABETES. That last one is affected by dirty energy (5/6G anyone?). MANY will be flagged "at risk" and put on #IoBNT monitors. That sets up the game of social impact.
They'll want durable flexible materials for those monitors, because people will have to wear them while sweaty and working out to get their good health behavior credits or while in a slaving in a hot Amazon warehouse. What material will they use? #Graphene spie.org/news/6498-grap…
So now we come to the world's first health impact bond. It is coming out of Sweden. You remember Sweden? The model country with no lockdowns that we are all supposed to look up to, never mind their role in #4IR automation (Ericsson) and chipping etc.? sll.se/globalassets/b…
Now there's an EIT Health Movement - social impact investing to pressure people to make "good" choices. It is linked to the idea of "healthcare-as-a-service," but in the end it is about getting a #IoBNT data harvester on your body to put you "in the game." eithealth.eu/project/the-he…
Dig in a bit you will see that Social Finance Israel and Social Finance UK - both managed by Sir Ronald Cohen are in on this "health" program with Sweden. Read the profile of Cohen by @hijodelcuervo . Cohen is of the people they try to keep in the shadows. siliconicarus.org/2021/04/23/the…
"Health Integrator App" = Life on a leaderboard
Hedge funds bet on securitized debt tied to services to "fix" your poor health, actually caused by military/corporate environmental toxins & weaponized frequencies. #Graphene #IoBNT pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/30845949/
littlesis.org/org/399630-Hea…
"Health Integrator App" = Life on a leaderboard
Hedge funds bet on securitized debt tied to services to "fix" your poor health, actually caused by military/corporate environmental toxins & weaponized frequencies. #Graphene #IoBNT pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/30845949/
littlesis.org/org/399630-Hea…
Now we get to food as "precision medicine," nutreceuticals, the microbiome. Food access is key - picture UBI programmed vouchers. They need to set up biological computing substrates and diabetes prevention is great cover. See the World Bank and WHO here. euro.who.int/__data/assets/…
Now who is invested in Sweden's (with Social Finance Israel and UK) first health impact bond? No other than SEB Group - the Wallenberg family. That is a big deal. sebgroup.com/press/press-re…
Sorry - Wallenberg (left out the "n" before). Please note Jacob Wallenberg's ties, not the least of which is that he is a Wharton alumnus where the center for health economics was set up. Wharton plays a key role in social impact policy development. littlesis.org/person/2309-Ja…
It's based in Wharton Business School at UPenn. It's VITAL you see the links between impact investing, #IoB wearables, health economics, gamification, digital ID, chronic illness from environmental toxin, EHR, biosensor data for AI. A nudge into Human+ chibe.upenn.edu
I wrote this in 2018 - the first piece I did in the health space. I had NO idea about #IoBNT at the time. I thought it was just exterior wearables. Angela Duckworth is in this UPenn mix as is Martin Seligman "learned helplessness." Psychological warfare. wrenchinthegears.com/2018/07/13/min…
The Wallenbergs are funding international collaborations into "smart textile" research now being justified by contagion - for "worker safety." This fellowships links Chalmers University in Sweden to Stanford. smarttextiles.se/en/2021/02/10/…
littlesis.org/org/400016-Sma…
Chalmers University also has a center doing R&D on #graphene in association with the EU's Graphene Flagship project. It was launched in 2016. chalmers.se/en/news/Pages/…
And here we have grants from the Wallenbergs, some of the wealthiest financiers in Europe, funding #graphene research in 2011. I'm sure all of this will be woven into the "green" "sustainability" narrative of #BuildBackBetter #TranshumanistAgenda kaw.wallenberg.org/en/research/gr…
Two final links. Chalmers collaborating with Univ of Chicago (Covid computer model and center of human capital futures and general neoliberalism) on Fenics software since mid 1990s - differential equations. Thoughts re smart cities, derivatives, finance?littlesis.org/org/391174-Fen…
Also IESE Business School, University of Navarra is part of the EIT Health Project - they are managed by Opus Dei. littlesis.org/org/399638-IES…
economist.com/whichmba/unive…
Opus Dei is heavily invested in Santander bank. littlesis.org/org/127797-Opu…
I hope you can see why I get so upset with "wellness" people pushing their "good behavior" narrative around chronic illness. Diabetes may very likely be related to environmental points - dirty electricity and frequency. citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/viewdoc/downlo…
If you continue to push the idea of individual "good health behaviors" in a system of global domination, you are simply feeding the beast. Social prescribing is part of the planned impact markets. Part of #IoBNT panopticon.
Michael Bloomberg will run the bio-security nanny-state for preventative health and equity and it will be called "social prescribing" and you won't have any choice. The for-profit prison firms are shifting to social work to care for your in smart cities. web.archive.org/web/2020092707…
Get ready London - it looks like this!
Remember, Bloomberg built his European headquarters on the Mithraeum london.gov.uk/sites/default/…
bloomberg.org/arts/advancing…
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