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Carrier, supposedly, a greener future, the autonomous vehicle could also be an environmental fiasco, because of the explosion of induced digital exchanges …

Electric motor, shared use, driving more economical than that of the average motorist … autonomous driving carries with it all these changes, promise of less atmospheric pollution and climate. Still, the equation is not so simple.

AFP has published a report based on a study by consulting firm AT Kearney , which interviewed 150 industry executives on the consequences of developing autonomous driving. One of Tesla’s main selling points (in particular) may prove to be an environmental disaster.

Among the impacts of the autonomous vehicle, there is the footprint, in terms of energy consumption and raw materials, of the on-board electronics. Automated driving devotes the reign of the digital world: algorithms, sensors, radars, lasers analyze in real time road and surroundings (classification of lanes, traffic, car parks, weather, price of gasoline etc). Other content also allows passengers to be entertained.

I believe that the whole ~ ‘Brexit’ theme was nothing more than another psyop in the game and it is part of the agenda that there will be NO DEAL amongst those cretins in the House of liars. Why do I think this?

Everything that is happening is a coordinated effort to bring about an agenda, the illusion of democracy is just that.
We are at this point in time with events occurring for a reason.

BREXIT … Are you aware that the company who was solely responsible for the vote and the mainstream media reviews is the same company that is pushing the smart city agenda in the UK?

The Canadian Pension Plan Investment Board (CPPIB) invests in oil, gas, electricity, petrochemicals, infrastructure, 5G technology, communication technology and real estate and owns more real estate in the UK than in Canada or the rest of Europe.

It is a consortium that includes OMERS, Ontario Municipal Employees Retirement System and Ontario Teachers Pension Plan and holds shares in a huge amount of companies.

They also own 48% of Arqiva who in turn are:

The UKs pre-eminent national provider of TV & Radio Broadcasting Infrastructure, the leading provider of Infrastructure services.
The leading investor in 5G Infrastructure via small cells and antenna systems.
The leading smart meter contractor.

The leading portfolio of wireless Infrastructure sites.
A Provider of smart meters for water,gas and electricity.
A Contractor to many councils to roll out 5G cell towers.

In 2017, Arqiva began the sale of its UK mobile-wireless masts.
Snapped up the license for 28Ghz spectrum which has already been trialled abroad.
Plan to deliver smart meters to millions of homes over the next few years.
Arqiva and Samsung held the first 5G field tests in UK in 2017.

In 2013, OMERS bought Civica who’s customers included 140 local authorities, thousands of schools,50 universities, 275 healthcare providers and 75% of Blue Light services. Whilst Civica Digital partnered 20 Government departments including the home office, foreign and commonwealth office and the foreign office.

The Electoral Commission counted on the Civica built web application during the referendum which was built in 12 weeks. It was used in the 382 regional areas to give notifications, vote results and analysis of the referendum.
I believe that is why we were told that the vote was practically 50/50. To get the public completely divided.
They sold the company after all this was finalised, no need for it anymore.…/electoral-commission-counted-on-c…/
Present day

The Yellow vest protests are being forged by the agenda, at some point both Anti and Pro Brexit protestors will clash.

May has already agreed to bring in a foreign army should social unrest occur.…/uk-to-form-part-of-joint-eu-euro…/
The rest is history.……/otpp-and-omers-back-smart-m…/…/macquarie-approves-takeover-by-cpp-boar…


The Protocols of The Elders of Zion, published in 1897.

I know that there are many who do not believe it was written by Zionists, but by the Jesuits, either way there is no doubt that what was written back then has taken place and that it is blue print for the future domination of all people. The same book which Henry Ford in 1921 wrote that the protocols are 16yrs old and fit in with what are going on now.

The book also discusses the successes they arranged for Darwinism,Marxism and Nietzsche-ism  amongst others. It states,” Before us is a plan which is laid down strategically the line from which we cannot deviate without running the risk of seeing the labor of many centuries brought to naught.”In Protocol 111 entitled ‘Methods of Conquest’ is states, “We shall throw upon the streets whole mobs of workers simultaneously in all of the countries of Europe” and “When the populace has seen that all sorts of concessions and indulgences are yielded it, in the same name of freedom it has imagined itself to be sovereign lord and has stormed its way to power, but naturally like every other blind man, it has come upon a host of stumbling blocks. It has rushed to find a guide, it has never had the sense to return to the former state and it has laid down its plenipotentiary powers at OUR feet.”
“Remember the French Revolution, to which it was we who gave it the name of “Great”: the secrets of its preparation are well known to us for it was wholly the work of our hands.

Protocol XV111

“When it becomes necessary for us to strengthen the strict measures of secret defense we shall arrange a simulation of disorders or some manifestation of discontents finding expression through the cooperation of good speakers.
Round these speakers will assemble all who are sympathetic to his utterances.”

“This will give the pretext for domiciliary pre requisitions and surveillance on the part of our servants from the number of the GOYIM police.”

Protocol XV
” When we at last definitely come into our kingdom by the the aid of COUPS D’ETAT prepared everywhere for one and the same day, after definitely acknowledged (and not a little time will pass before that comes about, perhaps even a whole century) we shall make it our task to see that against us such things as plots shall no longer exist.”

” Political freedom is an idea but not a fact’ and that, ” Abuse of power will put the final touch in preparing all institutions for their overthrow and everything will fly skyward under the blows of the maddened mob, our goal is only a few steps off. There still remains a small space to cross and the whole long path we have trodden is ready to close its cycle of the symbolic snake, by which we symbolise our people.When this rings closes, all the states of EUROPE will be locked in its coil as in a powerful vice.”

” Of states we have made gladiatorial arenas where a lot of confused issues contend…A little more disorders and bankruptcy will be universal”

As far as the protests go, they have made sure that the people are so divided that taking to the streets as one voice is NOT even possible, what happens when the protest grow to such an extent that thousands of people are on the streets, some anti Brexit, some pro Brexit?

You have a fuse just waiting to be lit, this is why I believe that this whole situation is just another part of their plan as can be seen in the book above.

We are talking about the streets being full of the same individuals who would beat the shit out of each other on Black Friday to get themselves a bargain!

People who attack each other in numbers because their football teams were having a match, people who hate foreigners and those who welcome them, our whole country is full of people who oppose each other, putting them all on the streets amongst agent provocateurs is not a good idea at this point.

I think people should stay at home, refuse to work, except for emergency services, food etc Do not pay bills, rent, mortgages etc just use the money to buy non perishable food. Use civil disobedience and not walk straight into what appears to have been plans laid down a century ago by those with total control in mind.

On July 1st 2008, France began its road safety awareness campaign

The Delegation for Road Safety

The Directorate of Road Traffic Safety (DSCR) is a central administration directorate created in 1982 within the Ministry of Equipment.

It became the Delegation for Road Safety and Traffic in 2008 and was attached to the Ministry of the Interior in 2012. In 2017, the Delegation for Road Safety and Traffic (DSCR) changes its name to become the Road Safety Delegation (RSD).

This led to the introduction of the yellow jackets to be kept in vehicles.

The French Ministry of Interior (Ministère de l´Intérieur) is at the heart of the State’s action throughout the country.

The International department (Direction de la Coopération Internationale/DCI) an active department of the French Police was set up in 2010. It is the first joint department of Police and Gendarmerie, created by a merger of the Police International Technical Cooperation service (SCTIP, set up in 1961) and the Gendarmerie International Cooperation sub-directorate (SICD, set up in 1985). Reporting to the heads of the Police and the Gendarmerie, the DCI contributes to the application of the Ministry’s international strategy and the implementation of France’s foreign policy in the fields covered by the Ministry of the Interior. It leads and coordinates all the international technical cooperation of the Ministry of the Interior, except for issues that are covered by the intelligence services.

So we can see how the yellow jackets were introduced in 2008, and   Ministry of Interior was attached to the RSD in 2012.

A UN Global Road Safety Trust Fund was established by United Nations Secretary-General, and was launched in New York on April 12, 2018.

On 1st October 2018,  Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA) and United Nations Secretary-General’s Special Envoy for Road Safety, brought together the members of the FIA High Level Panel for Road Safety (HLP) in Paris.

Here is the FIA in a Youtube video its links to the smart city agenda, notice that the company Qualcomm is in the mix.

Qualcomm is the leading developer of microchips and processors for mobile communication networks, they developed the first generation of 5G after buying out an Israeli company called DesignArt in 2012.

This FIA body brings together 57 leading personalities, from both the public and private sectors, committed to road safety worldwide. 

Macron announced a contribution of three million euros, which constitutes a first step, to the UN Road Safety Trust Fund from France.

France is the first country to contribute to this Fund, which has already received contributions from the FIA Foundation and  Total. 

One of the members of the FIA is Patrick Pouyanné, Chairman of the Board and CEO, Total  which has 2,200 petrol stations across the country.

Other members include World Bank Group,Mayor of Paris and Chair of C40, Rolando Gonzalez-Bunster, Chairman and CEO, InterEnergy Holdings who is also a director of the Clinton Foundation.

Rémy Rioux, CEO, French Development Agency (AFD)Rémy Rioux, CEO, French Development Agency (AFD)

French Development Agency is a public financial institution that implements the policy defined by the French Government.

Violeta Bulc, Commissioner for Mobility and Transport, European Union (EU)

Peter Thomas Drennan, Under-Secretary-General for Safety and Security, United Nations (UN)

Liu Zhenmin, Under-Secretary-General, United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs.

So the timeline ;

The UN begin a road safety trust 12th April 2018.

Woman begins a petition on FB in May just weeks later.

UN/FIA have Paris meeting 1st October 2018 about roads and safety.

Drouet uses FB to call for yellow vest protests on October 21st 2018.

FIA pushing the Smart City Agenda

Once again, the UN is involved in a  event that happens just prior to these riots, along with the French Govt, banks and Total.

Once again it is an Urban Mobility EU/UN initiative pushing for Smart cities.

The following 48 page pdf is a document discussing the future of street lighting and how it relates to the IoT and Smart Agenda.

Brian Buntz of the Internet of Things Institute provides a useful metaphor: ‘Lamp posts may well follow a trajectory similar to that of mobile phones. It wasn’t so long ago that mobile phones were suited for one purpose only – making calls. Now, making a phone call has become almost secondary to all of a smart phone’s other capabilities. Similarly, while the lamp posts of yesteryear provided only illumination, modern-day lamp post can serve as multi-functional smart-city nodes, capable of monitoring everything from crime to parking to weather.

This report will discuss the progression of smart lighting infrastructure from the adoption of LED bulbs, to the creation of a distributed smart city platform. It will investigate a number of applications that can be hosted through street lights, detailing use cases, benefits and potential business models, as well as providing examples of real-life case-studies wherever possible.

The humble lamp post may well become the most valuable real-estate in the city for future deployment of smart city services. Many pieces of the smart lighting puzzle are available including low cost, low-power LED lighting, multiple methods of connectivity, multiple sensors and the applications to support them, however, the true potential of the smart lighting infrastructure remains relatively underrated. This report will discuss the progression of smart lighting infrastructure from the adoption of LED bulbs, to the creation of a distributed smart city platform. It will investigate a number of applications that can be hosted through street lights, detailing use cases, benefits and potential business models, as well as providing examples of real-life case-studies wherever possible.


Having taken note of this huge market potential, several traditional lighting vendors are creating their own intelligent lighting systems, and numerous innovative start-ups are emerging in the field.



Philips is a global smart public lighting vendor, with its CityTouch management platform deployed in cities around the world including London, Buenos Aires, Rio de Janeiro and Los Angeles. Philips supplies lights, control units for power lines or wireless networks, and a lighting control system.


Echelon is a vendor of generic control platforms, therefore does not supply luminaires, but rather the control systems that work with them. Echelon developed the LonWorks standard, which is used for the automation of various functional within buildings and cities, for example, lighting. By 2010, approximately 90 million devices were installed with LonWorks technology.


Telensa is a specialist provider of street lighting control systems. Similarly to Echelon, Telensa does not supply luminaires, instead providing its own wireless technology and PLANet Central Management System that allows management of lighting infrastructure. The company is also active in parking and vehicle tracking applications.

Silver Spring

Silver Spring has predominantly been involved in smart meter deployments, however it has recently acquired Streetlight.Vision, a provider of CMS systems for street lighting. Their CMS system can control lights using either power lines or wireless communication networks, and is widely deployed across Europe and Asia.

GE Lighting

GE provides all components of a smart street lighting system, including luminaires, control nodes, wireless mesh networks and central management systems. Its proprietary platform for managing public street lights is called LightGrid.


Osram is a spin-off of Siemens and supplies luminaires as well as full lighting solutions including a management platform called Street Light Control (SLC) which is based on Echelon’s LonWorks technology. Osram’s street lighting solutions have been deployed around the world in cities like Milan.


Cisco offers a Smart+Connected Lighting solution which combines with its Smart+Connected Multi-Sensor Node to create a light-sensory network (LSN). As well as acting as a lighting control system, the resultant platform is capable of gathering a wide variety of data from the environment including levels of humidity, CO2 and O2, particulate matter, motion, video and sound. The solution has been piloted in cities including Amsterdam and Nice.

Cities all over the world are already adopting intelligent street lighting systems. However, they are now starting to see the wider potential of the humble lamp post. Both traditional lamp posts and more advanced smart lighting installations have the potential to act as a smart city platform, enabling a range of other smart city applications through the integration of data collection devices such as sensors and cameras. Lighting infrastructure is being used as a basis for solutions in many areas, however, this report will discuss applications in the following areas: • Environment monitoring • Transport optimisation (traffic management and parking) • Public safety • Electric vehicle charging • Wi-Fi and internet provision • Digital signage and public communication.



The deployment of smart street lighting infrastructure and the integration of the additional solutions described throughout this report often involve multiple vendors, numerous independent systems and complex technological interactions. This creates a number of barriers to the successful use of smart lighting infrastructure as the technological foundation of a smart city.

Cooperation of multiple stakeholders

Looking more widely at the actors involved in deploying these solutions, implementations will inevitably require the cooperation of different industries with diverse skills, competencies and working methods. In addition to manufacturers of lighting infrastructure, hardware vendors, software providers and connectivity service providers will all come together. Furthermore, business agreements will need to be negotiated with each of these providers based on the value of the service provided.


Through the addition of multiple solutions to smart lighting infrastructure, there is a real possibility that systems will become overwhelmingly complex. A lack of integrated standards, mismatched interfaces and multiple proprietary systems that are unable to accommodate third-party applications could make connected lighting systems too difficult to implement. Additional solutions will need to be easy for the city or operator to manage and will need to be easily accessible and intuitive for end-users in order to be successful. To mitigate this complexity risk, cities are deploying additional solutions in a modular, incremental fashion, ensuring they see value from one solution before adding another.

Lifespan of Lighting Infrastructure Smart lighting infrastructure is likely be in operation for at least 20 years, therefore the embedded systems need to be adaptable over long periods of time and need to be able to support new applications. Cities are having to plan ahead in order to be prepared for options that are not currently available. For example, ensuring bandwidth is left available for unknown future applications. By planning ahead, cities will be able to leverage their smart lighting infrastructure to roll out an entire smart city blueprint over a period of time.

In order to do this, cities require that software system used by smart lighting solutions needs to be remotely upgradable and based on open standards so that third-party solutions can be added over extended periods. Cities do not have the resources or money to upgrade software systems every couple of years, and are increasingly wary of vendor lock-in. Similarly, the applications developed will need to be compatible with the range of software programs that operate a city-wide lighting network.


These networked street lighting systems greatly increase energy savings, with the 50% energy savings realised by switching to LEDs increasing to 80% when integrated with a central management system .

In response to this compelling business case, a number of traditional lighting vendors and innovative start-ups have brought solutions to market.

While the energy and cost saving benefits are driving adoption, cities are increasingly seeing the wider potential of smart street lighting infrastructure. With an even and widespread distribution across urban areas, readily available power and integrated connectivity, smart street lighting is being used to form the technology foundation of a city. Through the addition of data collection devices such as sensors and cameras, street lighting infrastructure is being used as a platform to host a variety of applications.

Applications include:

Environmental monitoring

Transportation applications

Public safety and security

Public Wi-Fi and internet provision

Electric vehicle (EV) charging

Digital Signage

Infrastructure barriers: Lastly, with the integration of multiple applications into smart lighting infrastructure, there is a real risk that the systems will become overwhelmingly complex and too difficult to implement. To mitigate this risk, it is recommended that cities deploy additional solutions in an incremental fashion, ensuring value is being delivered before adding another solution.Despite these barriers, there is huge potential for smart lighting infrastructure to service as a multi-functional smart city platform, capable of monitoring everything from crime, to parking, to weather. Streetlights are ubiquitous in urban areas, can provide power to data collection devices and are increasingly enabled with connectivity capabilities.

The promise of this approach is not so much in the generation of new data, but in the streetlight’s ability to converge previously disparate systems, and enable the development of solutions and services that combine data from a variety of sources to improve services and generate new revenue streams. While business cases for many applications still require strengthening, it is almost certain that lamp posts will be used for more than illumination in years to come.

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Max Igan’s latest post on YouTube has some very startling truths that everyone should pay close attention to. As Max has stated and has been my line of thinking for the past few weeks that the Qanaon phenomenon is all smoke and mirrors giving people false hope. For whilst everyone is concentrating following the latest post by Qanaon  everybody’s attention is moved away from the 5G Smart grid, Chemtrails and everything else these psychopaths are using to cull the population of the world and ultimately enslave humanity.

If you are at this Website or are aware of the many activists trying to spread the urgent warning and message then you have some idea of the clear and present danger all Mankind is in. Anybody who is awake as they say have been given the role of a messenger and it’s your duty to inform your neighbor, family and just about everyone else you come across to what is coming. We have roughly 2 years maybe less before we are FUBAR and that’s the plain truth of it there is no sugar coating it.

Put away your fears, breakout of the Matrix and for Gods sake throw away your phones and Television, the theater of disaster, and confusion coming down from the parasites is ever increasing and this is a consequence of the parasites being all to aware that people are starting to see their diabolical criminal actions. You yes YOU have 730 days and the clock is ticking, what are you going to do?

Anyone who’s used an app or online service is probably familiar with the concept of consent. It’s a legal requirement that companies or public organizations that want your electronic personal information should not only ask first, but explain in detail what they want to collect, what they plan to do with it, who they might share it with and why.

But in a smart city, consent “goes out the window straight away,” says Murakami Wood. It’s already hard enough to get people to read the terms of service for the apps they use, and experts are skeptical we could expect any better of someone crossing into the boundary of a smart city neighborhood.

Smart cities, after all, take data collection and analysis to a new, previously unimagined extreme. And with so many different sensors and so much data being collected and analysed, how could anyone be expected to understand, much less consent to it all?

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