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World Economic Forum begins secret “Smart city” operations in Apeldoorn city, Netherlands, without consulting its residents

Apeldoorn has been transformed by the World Economic Forum (WEF), without consulting its residents, into the first “Smart City” (surveillance city) of the Netherlands.

An unknown Austrian company, RadioLED, has rolled out a 5G network in the city based on a secret agreement with the municipality. The municipality receives no revenue from the project; the direction lies entirely with RadioLED. The company also manages the data obtained from thousands of sensors that follow Apeldoorn citizens everywhere.

Apeldoorn Smart City is just one of the many projects that WEF is implementing in the Netherlands. The network organization from Switzerland is intertwined through many tentacles with Dutch politicians – from Queen Maxima to Sigrid Kaag and Mark Rutte – who are implementing the globalist agenda of the great leader Klaus Schwab, the ‘Great Reset’.

Full article: Globalist Surveillance State: WEF Begins Secret “Smart City” Operations in the Netherlands

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