“The Slave Owner Saw You On The Other Side of Your TV Screen and So He Did Buy You from the Bayou.”
A Dramatic Fictional Story & Hypothesis to Outline Modern Slave Trade
With camera’s and microphones on every TV in the land and with wifi pumping through the cities many TV’s are online at all times. Turn the TV off and the camera and microphone are still on. The wifi can still work and the TV has a battery in it for this express reason.
Your TV may be equipped with internal mic and camera says CNBC.
The Proof-If your TV offers gesture control or facial recognition to authenticate your Samsung account, you can turn this off in the Samsung Account settings menu or cover your camera with a piece of tape. The alleged “Weeping Angel” attack revealed today, which was designed by the CIA to put Samsung TVs into a fake “off” mode, affects Samsung TVs with firmware versions 1111, 1112, and 1116, sold between 2012 and 2013 with “UNF” in the model name. While the attack suppresses most indicator lights on the TV, the blue LED on the back of the TV remains on.
The elite pay dearly to watch the debt slaves going too and fro in their day to day lives. The Tv cameras are up and the rich men who are in the know and have the morals of a 18th century slave trader watch and listen.
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