Prince George of Cambridge pushes ICE, in case of emergency app

Prince George of Cambridge pushes ICE, in case of emergency app







In the United States Ehud Barak with Epstein and Thiel money set up Carbyne911 as a platform to control all emergency calls made to 911. Without much of an investigation the platform is clearly designed to empty a users smart phone when they call for an emergency service on 911. The platform is being launched as a global program.

When Epstein was arrested, his relationships and finances came under intense scrutiny, we learned that the Israeli company Carbyne911 had received considerable funding from Jeffrey Epstein, his associate and former Prime Minister of Israel Ehud Barak, and Silicon Valley venture capitalist and backer of Donald Trump Peter Thiel.

Carbyne is deeply connected to the elite Israeli military intelligence division, Unit 8200, whose alumni often go on to create tech companies,  Carbyne is one of those companies. Full Story Whitney Webb

As an instrument of Israel Military Intelligence (IMI) this platform will give full control to IMI of a persons ability to make contact with numbers they themselves determine to be emergency important.

Imagine you are in dire need for assistance on the street and you call for assistance but the numbers are stored on a cloud owned and controlled by a foreign intelligence agency who are also a part of your current problem and need? Your call will go nowhere…

The ability to use this technology for the procurement of children and adults based on the medical information they encourage you upload to the cloud , is a big bonus for the trafficking networks and blatantly so.

Prince George of Cambridge promoted the following on Facebook Saturday 21 September for a system  for the British to use in the same manner as Carbyne 911, the system is called, In case of Emergency or ICE :

Prince George of Cambridge pushes ICE, in case of emergency app

From the ICE – In case of emergency campaign  they say :
ICE In 2005 a Cambridge-based paramedic launched a national campaign with Vodafone to encourage people to store emergency contact details in their mobile phones.

Bob Brotchie, a clinical team leader for the East Anglian Ambulance NHS Trust, hatched the plan after struggling to get contact details from shocked or injured patients.

By entering the acronym ICE – for In Case of Emergency – into the mobile’s phone book, users can log the name and number of someone who should be contacted in an emergency. If you have more than one contact name you can use ICE1, ICE2, ICE3, etc.

The idea follows research carried out by Vodafone that shows more than 75 per cent of people carry no details of who they would like telephoned following a serious accident.

Bob, a paramedic, said : “I was reflecting on some of the calls I’ve attended at the roadside where I had to look through the mobile phone contacts struggling for information on a shocked or injured person. It’s difficult to know who to call. Someone might have “mum” in their phone book but that doesn’t mean they’d want them contacted in an emergency. Almost everyone carries a mobile phone now, and with ICE we’d know immediately who to contact and what number to ring. The person may even know of their medical history.

“By adopting the ICE advice, your mobile will now also help the rescue services quickly contact a friend or relative — which could be vital in a life or death situation.” Read full

We need to recognise that todays ambulance service are private corporations and unaccountable to the public as they operate as a charitable trust. Since this shift from realm to private they have consistently broken the after 11pm noise levels, continuously create obstruction when parking and demand everyone move at every traffic light on all occasions, even if they are going for a cup of tea.

They have pushed and gained a higher use of the highways than you enjoy and yet serve not the public that gives them the privilege, they serve the corporate network at a huge cost to the public.

For the decades before the privatisation, ambulance crews were the saints of the road, they did not require every traffic light to need a siren, they parked without obstructing the flow of traffic. The nation did not collapse then and certainly does not require this absurd shift today.

The Ambulance Service is not to be trusted.

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