NO ‘Reasonable Expectation of Privacy’

I grew up in the 60s and 70s and often heard the phrase “the walls have ears”.  It was used to alert people that they might want to be careful what they are saying, in case someone might be listening.  It seemed a strange phrase to me and a bizarre image.  I am not sure where it originated, but it certainly has a brand new meaning in our modern society of advanced technology.  Here a couple of historical references to assure you that surveillance is nothing new and privacy has long been an issue.

The Louvre was so constructed in the time of Catherine de Medicis (Queen of France from 1547 to 1559), that what was said in one room could be distinctly heard in another. It was by this contrivance that the suspicious queen became acquainted with state secrets and plots. The tubes of communication were called the auriculaires, and were constructed on the same principle as those of the confessionals.  Source

Even earlier, Dionysius of Syracuse (430–367 b.c.),  had an ear-shaped cave cut and connected between the rooms of his palace so that he could hear what was being said from another room.

As I said in my resent post  (ZERO IS THE PLAN! BEWARE!), we are living in the age where ZERO is the rule.  We can add another ZERO to the list.  ZERO PRIVACY.  Technology today is so advanced that there is no way to escape surveillance on every level.  Even within our own skin and our own minds.

expectation of privacy

a belief in the existence of freedom from unwanted especially governmental intrusion in some thing or place
We have already far surpassed the nightmare state visualized in  George Orwell’s dystopian novel 1984.   And despite all the denials of its existence it appears that we have entered the time of the fruition of The New World. The concept was presented soon after World War I and in connection with the formation of the League of Nations, forerunner of the United Nations, by then U.S. President Woodrow Wilson used the term ‘new world order‘.  This phrase was used again in 1991 by President George H. W. Bush speaking before Congress on the War in the Gulf.
 The ‘New World Order‘ conspiracy theory argues that a shadowy elite force is trying to implement a totalitarian world government.  Well, folks, it is no conspiracy theory anymore.  It is an outright fact and it is taking form before our very eyes at breakneck speed.
I was not that long ago that anyone reading Revelation 13, which describes the rise and reign of the Anti-Christ, had trouble imagining a way that anyone could have so much control

Revelation 13:16-17
And he causeth all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and bond, to receive a mark in their right hand, or in their foreheads:
And that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name.

In my lifetime we have seen technology advance so rapidly, it went from surveilling us through the clothes we wear and the gadgets we use, to the point now where they can monitor our every move, breath, heart beat, and even our thoughts.  They control what we eat, where we can go, what we can learn, how we can talk, where we work and how much we make, and where we can live.  That is still not enough, now they want to control our very souls and steal our spirits from us.

We are living in the days of the most powerful Totalitarian Dictatorship the World has ever seen, or ever will.  If I did not know GOD, I would be scared to death.

Here are a few lines from one of my favorite songs.  It is by Steven Curtis Chapman.  I hope it helps you to keep your focus in the right place.

People say this world’s a jungle and sometimes I must admit
I’d be scared to death if I did not know who was king of it
But the truth is God created this whole world with His own hand
So everything is under His command

What I see is telling me I’m going crazy, but
What is real says God’s still on His throne
What I need is to remember one thing
That the Lord of the gentle breeze is Lord of the rough and tumble
And He is the King, the King of the Jungle 

jungle (n.)  etymology and meaning

1776, “dense growth of trees and other tangled vegetation,” such as that of some regions  in India, from Hindi jangal “desert, forest, wasteland, uncultivated ground,” from Sanskrit jangala-s “arid, sparsely grown with trees,” a word of unknown origin.

Extended by 1849 to other places overgrown by vegetation in a wild, tangled mass. Figurative sense “wild, tangled mass” of anything is from 1850. Meaning “place notoriously lawless and violent” is first recorded 1906, from Upton Sinclair’s novel. Meaning “hobo camp” is from 1908.

Asphalt jungle (1949) is from William R. Burnett’s novel title, made into a film 19

SO, a JUNGLE is any tangled up, mangled up mess in any type of environment, and or violent chaos!!



In this post we are going to focus on the NEW,  SMART CITIES and what they mean for YOU.



The future – or the nearest thing to it – Songdo in South Korea. Photograph: Sungjin Kim/Getty Images
The urge to build cities from scratch is not new but this time they are being conceived by private multinational corporations as gilt-edged tax-exempt gated communities

At 8.30 every morning, an announcement is piped though a speaker in the ceiling of Kim Jong-won’s apartment, barking the daily bulletin in a high-pitched voice. The disembodied broadcaster details new parking measures, issues with the pneumatic waste disposal chute and various building maintenance jobs to be carried out that day.

There’s no way of turning it off,” sighs Kim’s wife, Jung-sim, as she prepares breakfast. “I hate technology but my husband is an early adopter. He has to have everything first.”

It was Kim’s love of the latest tech that prompted him move his family to the future, or the nearest thing to it – Songdo, South Korea’s self-styled “smart city”, built on a 600-hectare parcel of artificial land dredged from the Yellow Sea near Seoul’s Incheon airport. It is a place where the garbage is automatically sucked away through underground pipes, where lampposts are always watching you, and where your apartment block knows to send the elevator down to greet you when it detects the arrival of your car. Sensors in every street track traffic flow and send alerts to your phone when it’s going to snow, while you can monitor the children’s playground on TV from the comfort of your sofa.

The feature Kim enjoys most is a small touchscreen display on his kitchen wall that allows him to keep track of his and his wife’s consumption of electricity, water and gas and, most important, compare it against the average statistics for the building. Flicking between the screens of bar charts and graphs, a broad grin spreads across his face: for yet another day running, they are more energy-efficient than all their neighbours.

From their living room window at the top of one of the city’s new residential towers, a panorama of downtown Songdo unfolds. Across an eight-lane highway lies Central Park, a broad swath of trees surrounding an ornamental lake, flanked by rows of glass towers with vaguely jaunty silhouettes. Armies of identikit concrete apartment blocks march into the hazy distance beyond, terminating at a Jack Nicklaus-designed golf course. It looks a lot like many other modern Asian cities, a place of generic towers rising above a car-dominated grid. Public life is mostly confined to the air-conditioned environments of malls and private leisure clubs.

Songdo’s Central Park is modelled on the Manhattan original. Twenty years ago the land it was build on didn’t exist. Photograph: Joonyoung Kim/Getty Images/iStockphoto

Initiated by the South Korean government in the late 1990s, when Incheon airport was being planned, Songdo represents a model that has been replicated numerous times around the world. Begun as a joint venture with US developer Gale International which has since hawked its “city in a box” kit to other countries – the Songdo International Business District was conceived as a $40bn hub for international companies, an exemplar of sustainable urbanism and testing ground for new smart city technologies.

It claims to have the highest concentration of green Leed-certified buildings in the world, yet it is still entirely car-based, with not even a train line to the nearby airport. To get to Seoul, just 30km away, takes an hour and a half by metro. Songdo may have an “Integrated Operations Centre” – a Big Brother control room where reams of data are funnelled in real time from thousands of sensors across the city – but the physical urban model is no different to any other car-riddled business district. For all its low-energy labels, it is an expensive, exclusive and impersonal place.

The ultimate techno-eco-utopia?

Across the world, there are countless new cities like Songdo in the making. Barely differentiable, and often designed and serviced by the same international consultancies, these hi-tech urban enclaves are cropping up from Kenya to Kazakhstan . India has pledged to build 100 smart cities, while Africa is seeing $100bn pumped into at least 20 projects. China, having initiated 500 of its own smart city pilots, is now summoning a string of outposts through its Belt and Road initiative, from the dry port of Khorgos, on its border with Kazakhstan, to east London’s Royal Albert Dock, reborn as the Asian Business Park.

Saudi Arabia has pledged to trump them all with Neom, a $500bn mega-project billed as an answer to Silicon Valley. Planned as a centre for renewable energy, biotechnology, manufacturing, media and entertainment, it sprawls across an area 33 times the size of New York City. It claims to be nothing less than “the world’s most ambitious project”; an incubator for “the next era of human progress”.

(If you have not seen my related post:  SAUDI ARABIA A TESTAMENT TO GOD’s SOVERIEGNTY  check it out!)

London’s Royal Albert Dock is being reborn as the Asian Business Park. Photograph: HayesDavidson

The escapist urge to build cities from scratch is nothing new. At the turn of the 19th century, the Garden City movement saw a generation of bucolic communities planned in reaction to the grime and overcrowding of rapidly industrialising cities, driven by a powerful campaign for social reform. Half a century later, the New Town movement developed these ideas, promising a brave new world of modern, self-sufficient municipalities rising from the ruins of the second world war, and focused on building an inclusive, democratic society.

Now, in the first decades of a new millennium, a surge in global population growth and a sense of impending environmental armageddon have spurred an epidemic of planned cities of a very different kind. This time they are being conceived by private multinational corporations as gilt-edged gated communities and tax-exempt free-trade hubs, each branded as the ultimate techno-eco-utopia.

The need for urban expansion is clear: the United Nations calculates that 68% of the world population will live in cities by 2050, adding another 2.5 billion people to urban areas, the vast majority in Asia and Africa. All these newly minted urbanites will need somewhere to live and work. Yet the vast majority of the newly planned cities are not being designed to house the coming tidal wave of rural-urban migrants. They are instruments to attract international investment and make the urban rich even richer, at a time when property has become the ultimate global currency.

According to research from Savills, real estate is now a more valuable asset class than all stocks, shares and securitised debt combined, with a total value of around $228tn. That represents three and a half times global GDP, or 40 times the value of all the gold ever mined. While once we dug down to extract value from the earth, the bristling glass towers of these new urban enclaves are the inverted mineshafts of todaycomplete with equally damaging side effects.

This new breed of city takes various different forms, from government initiatives, to public-private partnerships, to entirely private enterprises. Many are being used to jump-start economies in the developing world, with masterplans carefully calibrated to attract foreign investors and treasuries looking to sink their funds into something concrete. They provide a powerful means for wealthy countries to expand their strategic influence abroad, with the construction of new cities acting as a form of “debt-trap diplomacy”, tying host nations into impossibly burdensome deals. They are billed as a panacea for the world’s urban ills, solving overcrowding, congestion and pollution; yet, more often than not, they turn out to be catalysts for land dispossession, environmental degradation and social inequality.

Land reclamation next to a new hotel in Forest City, Malaysia. Photograph: Edgar Su/Reuters

At the southern tip of Malaysia on a series of four artificial islands, one such promised Elysium is sprouting from the sand. Launched in 2014, Forest City is a $100bn joint venture between the Chinese developer Country Garden and the Sultan of Johor. It is planned to house 700,000 people by 2050.

Forest City has been marketed as an “iconic urban area” moments from Singapore, a “new Shenzhen” where the “concepts of safety, convenience, green and smart are integrated into every corner of life”. It features luxury apartment towers, hotels, offices, shopping malls and an international school, all smothered with a lush blanket of greenery and surrounded by a “virtual electric fence”.

The apartments are prohibitively expensive for most Malaysians but a relative bargain for Chinese investors, who have been flown here in droves and bussed to the spaceship-shaped sales gallery to marvel at the enormous model of the Avatar-like world that awaits. Cashiers stand at the end of the guided tour to take credit card down-payments before the tourists get back on the bus.

This self-styled “eco-city” is being built on 162m cubic metres of shipped-in sand that has already had a damaging impact on the surrounding marine environment. The causeway built to facilitate the land reclamation for the islands cuts right across the Tanjung Kupang seagrass meadows, a precious habitat that helps to stabilise the sea floor and protect coastal erosion, while mangroves have been trampled to make way for the development’s prefabrication factories.

Reclamation began without the required environmental impact assessment, and the effects have already been felt by local fishermen, who complain of reduced catches due to the destruction of their fragile ecosystem. The emerging island community, meanwhile, is not so much a city as a ghostly duty-free resort, a haunted Photoshop montage mostly bereft of full-time residents.

A render of how Eko Atlantic, an under construction financial district in Lagos, Nigeria, is planned to look. The land is being reclaimed from the sea.
 Photograph: Eko Atlantic

A similar story is taking place thousands of miles away on the west coast of Africa, where “an investment opportunity on an unprecedented scale” is being touted on a patch of sand dredged from the Atlantic Ocean, off the coast of Lagos. Eko Atlantic is another public-private partnership, this time brokered between the state government and the Chagoury Group, an influential Nigerian business empire, with engineering expertise provided by the China Communications Construction Company – a state-owned conglomerate that appears to have cornered the market in conjuring land from the ocean, being responsible for dredging Forest City as well as terraforming disputed islands in the South China Sea.

Eko Atlantic is protected by its own sea defence barrier made of 100,000 five-tonne concrete blocks, dubbed the “Great Wall of Lagos”, making it a secure private island for the few, shielded from climate catastrophe at the expense of others. It is a raised atoll for the wealthy Nigerian elite, while the poor remain consigned to low-lying coastal slums whose exposure to deadly flooding and coastal erosion has only increased since the construction of the sea wall.

As the environmental activist Nnimmo Bassey put it, the project “is contrary to anything one would want to do if one took seriously climate change and resource depletion”. As if to cement Donald Trump’s image as the poster boy for climate denial, the US embassy recently announced it will be relocating to a secure five-hectare compound there.

The glamorous computer-generated visions of Lagos’s exclusive new appendage have sparked a thirst for similarly futuristic and climate-inappropriate schemes across the continent, as countries race to provide the answer to housing the additional 1.3 billion people that are projected to be added to Africa’s population by 2050. Ghana unveiled plans for the Hope City – Hope is an acronym of Home, Office, People and Environment – a $10bn fantasy that would be home to Africa’s tallest building.

It has been joined by Tanzania’s Kigamboni New City in Dar es Salaam, Kenya’s Tatu City in Nairobi, Rwanda’s Vision City in Kigali, and Senegal’s plans for the $2bn Diamniadio Lake City (designed by the appropriately named Bad Consultant) – all of which follow the cookie-cutter approach of car-based, hi-tech hubs, rarely planned with existing populations in mind.

As Rachel Keeton and Michelle Provoost of the International New Town Institute say in their new book, To Build a City in Africa: “New Towns are becoming islands with high quality services, while many existing African cities continue to suffer from unreliable electricity provision, limited access to clean water, and other ineffectual municipal services. Because of limited access to mortgages and other home financing models, the real African middle class cannot afford to live in these New Towns.”

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Despite the evidence of half-built utopias lying mostly empty around the world, the seductive dream of building new cities from scratch shows no sign of abating any time soon. City-making, and the innumerable planning, engineering and technical services that go with it, is a booming industry, and corporations are intent on recycling their ideas irrespective of local context.

Back in Songdo – whose developers proudly list the exotic destinations where their ideas have since been rolled out – an innovation centre showcases the latest in parking violation sensors and crime-fighting lampposts, all branded with the u-City logo. Why “u”, I ask? “It stands for ubiquitous,” says the company rep. “Ultimately, we want our kind of city to be everywhere.”

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No matter what it does to the climate and the environment, no matter how it ignores the needs of the people, no matter how much it costs, no matter how it makes the rich richer, no matter how it destroys the rights and privacy of the people, no matter how it destroys our society… the smart city is the future being forced down our throats.


March 31st, 2024.

Telosa- $400 Billion New Smart City in The USA


This is the implementation of the wet dream of the children of the devil.  This is the birth of the Anti-Christ system.  This is the total destruction of economy and national autonomy.  This is the new Dystopian Nightmare.  These are the new CONCENTRATION CAMPS.  THE SMART CITIES, from which there will be no escape, nowhere to hide.

April 13th, 2024.

THE BANKS ARE WATCHING YOU! – New Bill Allows Banks & Corporations To Surveil Customers


Folks, behind the Federal Reserve, the Reserve Banks Worldwide and ALL Banks and Governments with their NWO, Smart Cities, Constant Surveilance, CBDC’s and Vaccine Passports, the Restriction of Travel, the food that you eat and the property that you will no longer own are the Jews who also control the WEF, the WHO, the UN, the FDA, the CDC, Big Pharma, Big Business. What the Serpent Seed Jews are doing to the Palestinians they want to do to the whole World. Complete and utter control of every man, woman and child. They are not human they are direct blood descendents of Satan and his son Cain who murdered Adam’s son Able and they have been murdering human kind ever since. They seek to introduce the Noahide Laws worldwide with their complicit Governments and the Great Tribulation under Satan will come after the True Christians and behead them for blasphemy for worshipping Almighty God and the Lord Jesus Christ. They worship their father the devil and do his bidding. Do not fear my brother’s in Christ the King of kings and Lord of lords will intervene on His Second Advent for the saints of ALL the ages. He won’t Come as a gentle Lamb this time but He will Come as the Lion of the Tribe of Judah in Judgement and Wrath to Destroy and Damn the wicked especially the Jews. Come Lord Jesus Come 🙏



April 8th, 2024.
More videos on dangers of 5g and smart tech:


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Smart Cities are dumb Cities
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March 24th, 2024.

It’s the year 2022 and ‘global warming’ has caused food and water shortages. Forty million people are packed into NYC and forbidden to leave. Assisted suicide is encouraged for the elderly, then they’re sent to the Soylent Green factory. Women are treated like furniture by the elite, who of course get proper food.

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March 24th, 2024.

Logan’s Run, like Soylent Green, predicts people will be packed into cities and fed human flesh. AI rules. Assisted suicide is enforced at 30 years of age. The plankton and fish have run out, so those ‘resurrected’ at ‘Carousel’ are a food source instead. It’s forbidden to leave the city. People are chipped in the palm. I recommend you use bitchute’s night mode tab at the upper right of your screen. It’s easier on the eyes and makes the colors stand out. I guarantee you will like it better.

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March 24th, 2024.


Folks, the evil reprobates in the WEF behind Agenda 2030 and their anti God and anti human goals, which will become mandates are the Satanic Antichrist Luciferian JEWS ✡️

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March 19th, 2024.

Eden is ex biotech pharma now whistle blowing CDC whistle blower dropping truth on Smart DUST and graphene _ neural networks

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March 18th, 2024.

Maria Zeee: UN Blueprint For Forced Smart Cities

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March 17th, 2024.

Goyims are evil by nature so should not be left unsupervised.


The globalist elite want to confine us to urban hubs, where everything is 15 minutes away, on foot or by bicycle. The goal they are trying to sell us is clear: to make private car use unnecessary, and to promote cities that pollute less and are supposedly more comfortable for citizens. These so-called 15-minute cities are being touted as if they were paradise. In the eyes of the distracted populace, they appear to be idyllic places where everything works efficiently to boost our wellbeing and support good health, in addition to being seemingly environmentally friendly. In reality, however, these cities are a social trap of unprecedented proportions. It would be more accurate to call them ‘ghettos’ or ‘prison-cities’, in which we would lose our precious freedom and fundamental rights. As we are seeing, governments, institutions and companies are combining technologies, in order to harvest data, improve communications and share information, through urban infrastructure by creating smart cities. Although they are presented to us in a positive light, smart cities or 15-minute cities will actually ensnare humanity, as people move into these open-air concentration camps. Cities throughout the world have already subscribed to these programmes associated with climate lockdowns, which are being promoted by Agenda 2030. Apparently, the powers-that-be have everything carefully planned, and if we do not do something soon, we will realise that we will not be allowed to leave. Artificial intelligence will keep us under surveillance and take over our lives, whilst 5G and the serious injuries it causes to our DNA will impair our psyches and cause harm to our bodies, making us sick.

Video by Alcyon Pleiades


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March 10th, 2024.

Hmmmmm interesting….

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March 15th, 2024.

Texas Wild Fires and Directed Energy Weapons

United Nations designated Smart Cities and corresponding “wildfires”

Greg Reese Report

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March 7th, 2024.

This post is only in response to some recent comments about “even Russia is better than America”. Actually, I think all the nations of the world are against the people. If you just dig deep enough, no matter which nation, you can find this to be true. I think people better put aside their perceived differences to see that we are all being manipulated in every area of our lives. It is all going to come down to whether or not “you are the one on the cross, or the one banging in the nails.”

In Alex Jones terms, there is a war on for your minds.

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May 4, 2024

Counterspin New Zealand

Right to Truth – The William Bisset Report #9

Brace yourselves for a gripping revelation that could reshape the very fabric of our nation!

In this groundbreaking video, William and Ross delve into the ominous reality of Smart Cities, exposing a potential threat that looms large over New Zealand. Imagine a future where the very essence of democracy, personal freedoms, and the sacred shield of privacy are at stake – all at the hands of the Smart City revolution.

Smart Cities, initially hailed as the epitome of technological advancement, may hold a darker truth. Are we unwittingly surrendering our rights, becoming prisoners in a digital realm controlled by councils and the World Economic Forum (WEF)? The stark reality is that ALL COUNCILS are deeply entrenched in the Smart City program, and the consequences for our way of life could be catastrophic.

Join William and Ross as they meticulously dissect the Smart City rollout, peeling back the layers to reveal the potential pitfalls that await an unsuspecting New Zealand. Uncover the hidden dangers that threaten to shatter the foundations of our society.

Will our democracy survive? Can we preserve our cherished freedoms? Is privacy becoming an antiquated concept? The answers lie within this must-watch video, where the truth about Smart Cities and their impact on New Zealand is laid bare.

Don’t be left in the dark – arm yourself with knowledge and be a part of the conversation that will shape our collective future. Watch now to unravel the chilling narrative surrounding Smart Cities and why they might just be the biggest threat to New Zealand’s way of life. This is more than a warning; it’s a call to action! #SmartCitiesThreatNZ #DigitalDystopia #KnowledgeIsPower.




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