Plus the range with RFID is rather limited. Some companies are saying they can get upto 5 meters (ideal conditions), but usually get between 1 and 1.5
meters. And, as you’ve said, simple duct tape stops them completely.
WiFi has stability issues, coverage issues, highly targeted to be hacked, signals can be minimised or stopped through various means.
GPS has all the issues I’ve outlined before and my post above yours about water.
I think that debunks all 3 of Chester’s fantasies.
C. J. I have F.B. friends in South Africa. They put up a CCTV clip of a fatal "Farm" attack. Their Black Gov't claims these are random attacks.
But the CCTV clip went un-noticed, and it shows one Black para military operator with a military grade cell phone jammer, sticking up out of his
backpack. The next one is carrying a large double action revolver, in his hand. So this is infuriating the rest of the White Boers. When TSHTF,
para militaries will have all of these jamming toys, here as well. So be careful what you wish for. Mexican Paras could shut down our legal police,
electronically, and then simply walk in and take over California.
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