IBM Interconnect 2015: The Beast System IOT Smart Cities

| March 1, 2016

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The Internet of Things is being prepared to imprision you to be plugged into the New World Order Matrix. Are you ready to report to duty? Are you ready for the New Brave World as a soldier or informant for the CIA or should I say the UN One World Government? You’re just an asset and nothing more. The World will be much like the Orwellian World View if they succeed in their Master Plan. Everyone is going to be chipped if they’re going to plug into the Beast System. The alternative will be DEATH!

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