Am I saying we are programmable? Hell yea! Think about it… We program our children as to how we desire they should perform by telling them over and over and over again what we want them to do.
by Joyce Bowen
Malware is a catch-all term for any type of malicious software designed to harm or exploit any programmable device, service or network. Cybercriminals typically use it to extract data that they can leverage over victims for financial gain. That data can range from financial data, to healthcare records, to personal emails and passwords—the possibilities of what sort of information can be compromised have become endless.
Edward Bernays : on Propaganda and Public Relations
Every single day we are being told how to act, what to do, and what to be by our digital devices. I threw my cell phone out last year but still paid the bill for months. Why? Because I was programmed to do so.
I finally did a head-slap and stopped paying my bill and finally got word from Microsoft? [How the hell did they know?] that my old cell phone number had been registered by someone else. [Better still—what the hell business was it of theirs?]
I tried to call a service yesterday that had no real person respondent that insisted on sending a text for help to the new person who owns my old number. It’s as if they try to make your life miserable if you refuse to have a cell phone.
Yesterday I wrote:
And sorry, Albert, you are right out in front calling people criminals for speaking out—for telling their stories—for engaging in free speech…
That’s me!!! [Okay and many others.] You might say what you are doing is something I take kind of personal. I know you have all the data on these shots showing the shots are killing and maiming millions.
It IS part of all your contractual agreements. For Example:
Now, Albert… So you do know exactly what your shots are doing to people. That means you are lying.
NOV 9 2021
So, if we want to be technically correct, we could construe your statement as a desire to turn yourself into authorities. Yes? No?
Put up or shut up. Give everybody and your mother [figure of speech] access to your REAL data files.
Sometimes—the wealth is in the comment section of an article as in this comment here:
Pfizer CEO says people who spread COVID vaccine misinformation are ‘criminals’: ‘Cost millions of lives’
This statement actually could represent a line of code in our malware assumption. It is either deliberate or a simple mistake, but which?
Someone who is on the fence about getting the shot could skew the word “What” to be heading a statement rather than a question.
Can you ‘get’ the differences between:
“What is not true…” as a statement(.)
“What is not true…” as a question(?)
The poster may be asking the reader to make a judgment or may be simply making a statement, but which is it?
As it turns out, the bulleted points are all true. If the poster had said, “what is true about the COVID shot…”
So is this person could be a paid troll fulfilling a purpose or just a poster who didn’t realize the import that the arrangement and/or punctuation of words can bring? Is It sarcasm? Not a good way to make any point. Ask a master ßME.
You tell me because I don’t know. Not because I lack the knowledge, but because this person is that unclear
Posted by DJHRAH on 10 November, 2021
What is not true about the following…about covid vaccinations…
- Does NOT provide immunity.
- Does NOT eliminate the virus
- Does NOT prevent death
- Does NOT prevent hospitalization
- Does NOT guarantee you won’t get it
- Does NOT stop you from passing it on to others
- Does NOT eliminate mask wearing & social distancing
- Does NOT eliminate the need for travel bans
- Does NOT eliminate the need for business closures
- Does NOT eliminate the need for lockdowns
- Does NOT leave your body, EVER
- Does NOT provide long term efficacy or side effect data
- Does NOT provide reparations for personal injury – If you take the vaccine and are harmed by it, neither the companies nor the government will compensate you or your family!
These are our COVID Struknet malware lessons for today. Don’t forget those videos in:
Copyright November 2021 by Joyce Bowen