- Aug 4, 2019
Klausie did say that the Fourth Industrial Revolution will have implications on future warfareNice catch KS. I found this very revealing.
As new NATO command becomes fully operational, top US military officer issues warning over ‘great power war’Gen. Mark Milley, chairman of the Joint Chiefs, says Joint Force Command Norfolk and NATO are responsible for ensuring another world war never happens.www.defensenews.com
“There’s a whole set of technologies that are driving fundamental change, and if we the United States military, and if we NATO as an alliance, do not adapt and adopt these technologies, if we do not get there ‘firstest with the mostest’ and we don’t put the pedal to the metal and do this right over the next 10 or 15 years, we are condemning a future generation to what happened 76 years ago.”
The general said existing capabilities — precision munitions backed by intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance systems; artificial intelligence; and manned-unmanned teaming — as well as technology coming down the line — biotechnology, human engineering and miniaturization — will have “a fundamental impact on the conduct of war.”
Imagine the stuff that people have been shooting themselves up with all these years when they line up to get a flu shot!The re-boot of the series V included injections for the masses in the storyline.
"The media bombards us with stories of a epidemic, pandemic so we run out and get a shot to protect ourselves..."
New York isn’t the only state with healthcare workers who refuse to get vaxxed. Last month, a group of New Mexico healthcare workers protested vaccine mandates – which they say ‘take away people’s choice and informed consent,’ and ‘violate medical codes of ethics as well as fundamental human rights, the constitution, and the Nuremberg Code,’ according to KFOX14.“If we can pause the service and now focus on recruiting nurses who are vaccinated, we will be able to reengage in delivering babies here in Lewis County,” said Cayer.
Cayer said 165 hospital employees have yet to be vaccinated against COVID-19; that’s 27 percent of the workforce.
The other 464 workers, or 73 percent of employees, have gotten their shots, he said.
In August, the state announced all health care workers at hospitals and long-term care facilities across New York would be required to have gotten at least their first dose of a COVID-19 vaccination by September 27.
Cayer said the announcement prompted 30 workers to get vaccinated, while another 30 resigned. -WWNY