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Forcing, The New Dawn in Brainwashing. (D.T.V.)

April 28, 2008

By now you have seen at least one of the hundreds of commercials on the coming of the bright new future of “Digital Television” (Place booming echo here.) But why is it they chose now as the time they are forcing us to use this technology. Yes “Forcing” is the correct terminology. What else would you call making you go out and purchase, Cable, a new TV, or buy a DTV box to be able to scramble you brains with mind numbing programming? Don’t get me wrong I watch television, but in limited doses, and I am picky in my viewing habits. I only watch top quality documentaries, like “Family Guy”, “That 70s Show, and God Help Me, the News.

I have been covering this for over two years now and figured that there was a lot of money to be made by this move by the Government. In the comment section of a story I read on Eric2.0 awhile back, this question was asked of the author. The answer that was given is what the government has been putting out for a number of years now.

still don’t understand why. Just who is the government selling those frequencies to? Please elaborate on this portion of your article.
Thanks!

Eric Gwinn responds: Good question. The FCC will use that portion of the spectrum for police, fire and other emergency responders, and it will auction part of the spectrum to wireless companies for mobile phone communications. The hope is that companies will use their purchased spectra to create some really cool stuff. For instance, Sprint not long ago laid out $3 billion so that it could crank up something called WiMax, which is kind of like Wi-Fi on steroids. Of course, it won’t be free — Sprint will try to cash in on the $3 billion investment — but because Sprint was able to buy this back from the FCC, that WiMax technology is closer to reality.

Posted by: Digital Deficient | Oct 18, 2007 3:09:44 PM

While that answer is not totally bogus, there is another avenue that is now opening up, and is going to be a big buyer of the analog market. RFID Chips.

RFID Gazette

Intel Goes UHF
Intel, the world’s largest manufacturer of computer processor chips, released their first UHF transceiver chip, the R1000, recently. [via RFID Blog] The chip has attracted attention from several companies. Alien Technology, who plan to use the R1000 in new RFID readers, as well as CAEN and ThingMagic, a startup funded by Cisco and MIT. Intel’s chip is expected to usher in lower RFID reader prices.

So when you turn on your T.V. set on February 17, 2009, and you are face with the fact that you forgot to buy the DTV box, just remember that your government is on step closer to monitoring your every move, if they want.

ABA

Ps. Also look into Digital television’s capability for, “2-Way Monitoring”.

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4 Comments leave one →
  1. chavas permalink
    November 18, 2008 3:51 pm

    This is just the begining next is marshall law….

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  2. July 5, 2008 7:46 am

    I have heard that the technology for the HDTV is light technology, the kind used for brainwashing. I find the government requiring the television viewer to use this technology an interesting validation of this “rumor”.

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  3. May 28, 2008 1:23 am

    Nice site, Looking forward to more.

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  4. May 1, 2008 5:18 pm

    I agree they are one step closer no doubt. It pisses me off that antenna users will have to pay now to watch TV when those waves were orignially meant to be free for the people…I guess nothing new about big corporate america taking over what was supposed to be ours for free to nickel and dime us. As if they need the money.

    Not only are they now starting to limit the amount of food we can buy of course rice being the first product, now they are controlling our air waves, eventually they’ll take our internet too I foresee.

    It is all just fucked up ABA excuse my french but it is in my opinion.

    JO

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