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Louisiana: Personal Housing Units Staffed by the US Navy and Their Medical Teams

 
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They have already proven that they don't even need an "army of contact tracers." Our cell phones are doing that for them. They just use the GPS data in our phones to determine where we've been and then they use the cell towers to ping others in our vicinity and track them as well.
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Yes exactly this. Scary to think what they will do with this information.
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One of the Detroit news papers the other day publish an article about cell phones keeping track of our whereabouts

It was such a happy upbeat article telling us how lucky we are that we have such technology
 Quoting: ~kpm~


My husband's phone started giving him weird messages last weekend. Must have been an update to iphones. I think it's probably best to leave our phones at home if we have to go somewhere other than work.
 Quoting: Daniel Higdon


I think so too

When Michigan went into lockdown my cell phone went off with the emergency alert but what’s strange is I have emergency alerts turned off

I’m also getting a ton of emails from places I’ve never visited but have talked about the last couple days if that makes any sense

Another oddity that I noticed, I have a doctor portal app so I can keep track of my test results

I tried to download the app to my phone the other day because I was going to do a virtual appointment with the doctor and the new app is actually the iPhone app that comes on our phones

It didn’t match the original app that I downloaded years ago so I started reading it and that’s when I learned Apple was linking to my old patient portal

If I had not been paying attention I would’ve just figured it was a new app design
~With forethought and malice Whitless enacted an EO giving nursing homes immunity from wrongful death prosecutions, forced them to take in infected patients and is responsible for the 2400 nursing home deaths~
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Yes exactly this. Scary to think what they will do with this information.
 Quoting: Daniel Higdon


One of the Detroit news papers the other day publish an article about cell phones keeping track of our whereabouts

It was such a happy upbeat article telling us how lucky we are that we have such technology
 Quoting: ~kpm~


My husband's phone started giving him weird messages last weekend. Must have been an update to iphones. I think it's probably best to leave our phones at home if we have to go somewhere other than work.
 Quoting: Daniel Higdon


I think so too

When Michigan went into lockdown my cell phone went off with the emergency alert but what’s strange is I have emergency alerts turned off

I’m also getting a ton of emails from places I’ve never visited but have talked about the last couple days if that makes any sense

Another oddity that I noticed, I have a doctor portal app so I can keep track of my test results

I tried to download the app to my phone the other day because I was going to do a virtual appointment with the doctor and the new app is actually the iPhone app that comes on our phones

It didn’t match the original app that I downloaded years ago so I started reading it and that’s when I learned Apple was linking to my old patient portal

If I had not been paying attention I would’ve just figured it was a new app design
 Quoting: ~kpm~


Oh, kpm, that's scary about the patient portal. I do like accessing my lab results online, but I really do hate to think what some of these big tech companies can/will do with our data.

In my husband's case, he went to mow grass at our camp. When he got in the truck to drive home, his phone popped up with a message telling him that he would be home in so much time. He almost never uses any kind of map and/or directions app, so this was just out of the blue for him. It did something else too but I can't remember what it was right now.
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One of the Detroit news papers the other day publish an article about cell phones keeping track of our whereabouts

It was such a happy upbeat article telling us how lucky we are that we have such technology
 Quoting: ~kpm~


My husband's phone started giving him weird messages last weekend. Must have been an update to iphones. I think it's probably best to leave our phones at home if we have to go somewhere other than work.
 Quoting: Daniel Higdon


I think so too

When Michigan went into lockdown my cell phone went off with the emergency alert but what’s strange is I have emergency alerts turned off

I’m also getting a ton of emails from places I’ve never visited but have talked about the last couple days if that makes any sense

Another oddity that I noticed, I have a doctor portal app so I can keep track of my test results

I tried to download the app to my phone the other day because I was going to do a virtual appointment with the doctor and the new app is actually the iPhone app that comes on our phones

It didn’t match the original app that I downloaded years ago so I started reading it and that’s when I learned Apple was linking to my old patient portal

If I had not been paying attention I would’ve just figured it was a new app design
 Quoting: ~kpm~


Oh, kpm, that's scary about the patient portal. I do like accessing my lab results online, but I really do hate to think what some of these big tech companies can/will do with our data.

In my husband's case, he went to mow grass at our camp. When he got in the truck to drive home, his phone popped up with a message telling him that he would be home in so much time. He almost never uses any kind of map and/or directions app, so this was just out of the blue for him. It did something else too but I can't remember what it was right now.
 Quoting: Daniel Higdon


They are definitely tracking us more than ever right now

I had my phone on my nightstand charging and it lit itself up like I touch the home button a few times all on its own

I deleted the Apple doctor app as soon as I read the disclaimer, they are so sneaky
~With forethought and malice Whitless enacted an EO giving nursing homes immunity from wrongful death prosecutions, forced them to take in infected patients and is responsible for the 2400 nursing home deaths~
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this is an area for persons under investigation

Yeah, no.
In his poem Human Pride, Marx admits that his aim is not to improve the world, reform or revolutionize it, but simply to ruin it and enjoy it being ruined:

With disdain I will throw my gauntlet full in the face of the world,
And see the collapse of this pygmy giant whose fall will not stifle my ardor.
Then will I wander godlike and victorious through the ruins of the world
And, giving my words an active force, I will feel equal to the Creator.

“Looking for consciousness in the brain is like looking in the radio for the announcer.”

– Nasseim Haramein, Director of Research for the Resonance Project


Normalize every aberrant behavior, bring common all deviancy and let fly the reins of morality and reason, then welcome in that utopia that liberals embrace called communism, that which most Americans with but a shard of ethic would immediately recognize as evil.
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My husband's phone started giving him weird messages last weekend. Must have been an update to iphones. I think it's probably best to leave our phones at home if we have to go somewhere other than work.
 Quoting: Daniel Higdon


I think so too

When Michigan went into lockdown my cell phone went off with the emergency alert but what’s strange is I have emergency alerts turned off

I’m also getting a ton of emails from places I’ve never visited but have talked about the last couple days if that makes any sense

Another oddity that I noticed, I have a doctor portal app so I can keep track of my test results

I tried to download the app to my phone the other day because I was going to do a virtual appointment with the doctor and the new app is actually the iPhone app that comes on our phones

It didn’t match the original app that I downloaded years ago so I started reading it and that’s when I learned Apple was linking to my old patient portal

If I had not been paying attention I would’ve just figured it was a new app design
 Quoting: ~kpm~


Oh, kpm, that's scary about the patient portal. I do like accessing my lab results online, but I really do hate to think what some of these big tech companies can/will do with our data.

In my husband's case, he went to mow grass at our camp. When he got in the truck to drive home, his phone popped up with a message telling him that he would be home in so much time. He almost never uses any kind of map and/or directions app, so this was just out of the blue for him. It did something else too but I can't remember what it was right now.
 Quoting: Daniel Higdon


They are definitely tracking us more than ever right now

I had my phone on my nightstand charging and it lit itself up like I touch the home button a few times all on its own

I deleted the Apple doctor app as soon as I read the disclaimer, they are so sneaky
 Quoting: ~kpm~


Ditch those damn phones! I know people are addicted to or rely on them but they are tool for spying and enslavement. Use them at your peril.
In his poem Human Pride, Marx admits that his aim is not to improve the world, reform or revolutionize it, but simply to ruin it and enjoy it being ruined:

With disdain I will throw my gauntlet full in the face of the world,
And see the collapse of this pygmy giant whose fall will not stifle my ardor.
Then will I wander godlike and victorious through the ruins of the world
And, giving my words an active force, I will feel equal to the Creator.

“Looking for consciousness in the brain is like looking in the radio for the announcer.”

– Nasseim Haramein, Director of Research for the Resonance Project


Normalize every aberrant behavior, bring common all deviancy and let fly the reins of morality and reason, then welcome in that utopia that liberals embrace called communism, that which most Americans with but a shard of ethic would immediately recognize as evil.
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Just wrap your cell phone in aluminum foil. Poof you're off the network. The good part is, if you DO need it for something, you can always unwrap it... this way you can travel with a sense of security.





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