5G and Overpopulation

Are 5G technology and an Internet of Things our globalist elites’ answer to world overpopulation? It certainly seems so.

Readers of this blog know that 5G and other wireless technologies constitute a danger to humanity in terms of associated health risks, environmental devastation and 24/7 total surveillance of the population.

The same elites pushing 5G and their desire to impose on us an Internet of Things also believe that our world is overpopulated with humans.

Can this be true? Well. let’s have a look at what they themselves say:

HRH Prince Philip

Let’s start with a simple statement from the husband of the current Queen of the United Kingdom, made at a time just before cell phones, the internet and wi-fi became available to the common five-eighths (i.e., us).

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In 1988, Prince Philip, husband to Queen Elizabeth II, said,”In the event that I am reincarnated, I would like to return as a deadly virus, in order to contribute something to solve overpopulation.”

Nice, huh?

But are we actually overpopulated?

This is perhaps a good time to ponder whether our Earth – for it really is ours! – really is overpopulated as some claim. Watch this short (91 seconds) clip:

(Thanks to the Overpopulation Research Institute channel for uploading this clip to YouTube)

Now onto what our globalist would-be rulers have said about both 5G and world overpopulation:

The World Economic Forum

The WEF says in its “mission” statement that it is ” … the International Organization for Public-Private Cooperation. The Forum engages the foremost political, business and other leaders of society to shape global, regional and industry agendas”.

“How 5G will change the world”
Dan Rosenberg
18 January 2018

“When the signal leaves the base station, it can undergo a loss of up to 130 decibels before it reaches your mobile phone. To put that loss into perspective, if you consider the transmitted signal power to be roughly the size of the Earth, then the received signal power would be equivalent to the size of a tiny bacteria.”

“David Attenborough: The planet can’t cope with overpopulation”
Kate Whiting
19 October 2018

“Population growth and the depletion of Earth’s resources is a truly global problem.”

The United Nations

The United Nations website states that it “can take action on the issues confronting humanity in the 21st century, such as peace and security, climate change, sustainable development, human rights, disarmament, terrorism, humanitarian and health emergencies, gender equality, governance, food production, and more.”

UN News
“Next gen, ‘lightning’ fast global communication network on track for 2020 entry – UN agency”
23 February 2017

“A working group of the United Nations agency which coordinates telecommunication operations and services throughout the world completed today a cycle of studies on the key performance requirements of the next generation mobile networks (5G technology) for the International Mobile Telecommunications (IMT)-2020 systems.

“According to the UN International Telecommunication Union (ITU), 5G mobile systems would provide lightning speed, ultra-reliable communications for broadband and the Internet of Things (IoT).

“’IMT-2020 will be the global cornerstone for all activities related to broadband communications and the Internet of Things for the future – enriching lives in ways yet to be imagined,’ said the ITU Secretary-General, Houlin Zhao.”

United Nations Website
“Issues – Depth Population”

“In 1950, five years after the founding of the United Nations, world population was estimated at around 2.6 billion people. It reached 5 billion in 1987 and 6 billion in 1999. In October 2011, the global population was estimated to be 7 billion. A global movement ‘7 Billion Actions’ was launched to mark this milestone. And as of mid-2015 the world population reached 7.3 billion, meaning that the world has added approximately one billion people in the span of twelve years.

“This dramatic growth has been driven largely by increasing numbers of people surviving to reproductive age, and has been accompanied by major changes in fertility rates, increasing urbanization and accelerating migration. These trends will have far-reaching implications for generations to come.”

… “Future population growth is highly dependent on the path that future fertility will take. “

See what the highly respected Environmental Health Trust says about wireless technology and reduced fertility. There is a clear link.

Digital Survivor UK documents the dystopia imposed on all of us by our emerging technocracy.

Population and a 5G-driven Internet of Things

“The Internet of Things and the Connected Person”
DR.W. Charlton Adams Jr.
December 2014

“The IoT is a developing technological marvel. It is estimated that by the year 2020, 50 to 100 billion devices will be electronically connected in the globally emerging IoT. But at the center of the innovation that is unfolding across all geographic, industrial and technological borders is not so much those devices that are being linked together but the “connected person’.”


According to the World Economic Forum, the Internet of Things is “about connecting devices to the internet. This doesn’t just mean smartphones, laptops and tablets. Jacob Morgan from Forbes talks of connecting everything with an ‘on and off switch’”.

Will human beings end up having an “on and off switch”? That’s certainly possible if or when all monetary systems switch to digital-only currency and Chinese-style “social scoring” spreads.

Activist Post
“How China’s Social Credit Score Will Shape The ‘Perfect’ Citizen”
7 March 2018

“Chinese citizens will be rated on their real life and online behavior for things like patriotism, hard work, and avoiding materialism. The system will aggregate all available data, taking into account what books citizens read, what they buy, and how long they spend playing video games.

“Bad social credit would eliminate the possibility of starting a business, staying in luxury hotels, and buying or renting property.

“Not only will big data be used to rate the citizens, China will also rely on peer ratings. It is the ultimate social governance; making citizens police their neighbors.”


5G technology is what will drive the Internet of Things – which is itself a key component of Agenda 21, as set out in 1992 by the United Nations, and now developed further through Agenda 2030.

Agendas 21 and 2030 are ostensibly about “sustainable development” on a “global scale”. By whatever definition one chooses, it is beyond any doubt all about population control.

I’ll leave you to do your own web search on those particular rabbit holes. There are plenty of “conspiracy” websites (and I don’t use “conspiracy” in any pejorative sense at all) where you can research the horrors of fluoridation, chemtrails, geoengineering, vaccines, GM crops, artificial preservatives in food and much more.

However, do note that “conspiracy” sites tend to use language less cautiously crafted than that employed by the likes of the WEF or UN, both of whom they are often critical and suspicious of.

This conspiracy site

Digital Survivor certainly does believe that 5G is the result of a conspiracy, one that’s bigger than just the manipulation of artificial electromagnetic fields and radio-frequency radiation.

Whether that conspiracy is just telecom industry executives meeting behind closed doors to discuss lobbying governments, in order to make incalculably huge financial gains from 5G, or is in fact part of a “global” agenda to control and ultimately cull humanity remains to be seen.

Personally, I believe that 5G and the Internet of Things constitute not only a “smart” surveillance matrix but also a soft-kill grid. Even if it’s not, the new infrastructure will provide sufficient capacity to impose such wickedness.

Birthday wishes

Meanwhile, Prince Philip doubtless hopes to be celebrating his 98th birthday in a couple of months from now. Many Happy Returns to his Highness when it comes!