Pokémon Go and make yourself a target

The timing of the release of this app is interesting to me.  Last week crowds of people were gathered together in Nice, France, just out for a fun time.  But the crowd made a very easy target for a Jihadist.  The protests in the U.S., the “Together” event on the Washington mall, as well as the RNC and DNC and any other event where hordes of people gather, creates targets. The U.N. forces have been given authority to act against citizens on U.S. soil, and all it would take to cause a stampede and “riot conditions” anywhere in moments, would be for the Pokémon app to send an extremely “rare” character to the selected area, and there you go.  People, don’t be stupid!  Look at the ages represented in these crowds.  This is yet one more social experiment on the part of those who seek to control and subdue the populace, and eventually thin the herd.

H/T to our Canadian correspondent, Linda

2 thoughts on “Pokémon Go and make yourself a target

  1. Sandee/everyone, yes, large groups of people are getting so easy to set up as targets, and mass hypnosis by technology looks like the key. (..even using a game of high-tech “hide-and-seek” for adults!)

    Also, this (contrast) comes to mind: “When I was a child, I spake as a child, I understood as a child, I thought as a child: but when I became a man, I put away childish things.” (1 Corinthians 13:11)

    • Yeah, that’s the key. People are not putting away the childish things anymore. At one time it would have been considered undignified and embarrassing for adults to behave like children. Now everyone seems to feel it is their due.

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